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Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change

A Research Center of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Indiana University Bloomington

No. 95-01
Moran, E.F. 1995. Rich and poor ecosystems of Amazônia: An approach to management. In The Fragile Tropics of Latin America: Sustainable Management of Changing Environments. Toshie Nishizawa and Juha Uitto (eds.). Tokyo: United Nations University Press. Pp. 45-67.

No. 95-02
Moran, E.F. 1995. Disaggregating Amazônia: A strategy for understanding biological and cultural diversity.  In Indigenous Peoples and the Future of Amazôni. Leslie Sponsel (ed.). Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Pp. 71-95.

No. 95-03
Moran, E.F. 1995. Amazonian communities: Are forests or people more vulnerable? In Global Change: How Vulnerable are North and South Communities? Dennis Conway and James White II (eds.).  Environmental and Development Monograph Series, No. 27.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana Center on Global Change and World Peace. Pp. 11-31.

No. 95-04
Moran, E.F. 1995. Socio-economic aspects of acid soil management. In Plant Soil Interactions at Low pH. R.A. Date et al (eds.). The Netherlands. Kluwer Academic Publications.  Pp. 663-669.

No. 95-05
Randolph, J.C., E.F. Moran, and E.S.Brondizio. 1995. Biomass and carbon dynamics of secondary growth forests in the eastern Amazon. Abstracts: Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 76(2):221.

No. 95-06
Moran, E.F. 1995. Introduction: Norms of Ethnographic Reporting. The Comparative Analysis of Human Societies. E.F. Moran (ed.) Lynne Rienner Publishers. Pp. 1-20.

No. 95-07
Nicholaides, J.J. III and E.F. Moran. 1995. Soil Indices for Comparative Analysis of Agrarian Systems. The Comparative Analysis of Human Societies. E.F. Moran (ed.) Lynne Rienner Publishers. Pp. 39-54.