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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
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2004

No. 04-01
Boucek, B. and E.F. Moran. 2004. Inferring the behavior of households from remotely sensed changes in land cover: Current Methods and Future Directions. Spatially Integrated Social Science. M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (eds.). Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 23-47.

No. 04-02
Lu, D., M. Batistella, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Multitemporal Spectral Mixture Analysis for Amazonian Land-cover Change Detection. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 30(1): 87-100.

No. 04-03
Lu, D., P. Mausel, E. Brondizio, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Change Detection Techniques. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(12): 2365-2407.

No. 04-04
Lu, D., P. Mausel, M. Batistella, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Comparison of land-cover classification methods in the Brazilian Amazon basin. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 70(6): 723-731.

No. 04-05
Lu, D., P. Mausel, E. Brondizio, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Relationships between forest stand parameters and landsat TM spectral responses in the Brazilian Amazon basin. Forest Ecology and Management 198:149-167.

No. 04-06
Moran, E.F. 2004. Challenge of Scalability. The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on their Environment. C.L. Redman, S.R. James, P.R. Fish, J.D. Rodgers (eds). Smithsonian Books, Washington D.C. Pp. 278-284.

No. 04-07
Wessels, K.J., R.S. De Fries, J. Dempewolf, L.O. Anderson, A.J. Hansen, S.L. Powell, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Mapping regional land cover with MODIS data for biological conservation: examples from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA, and Pará State, Brazil. Remote Sensing of Environment 92:67-83.

No. 04-08
Deadman, P., D. Robinson, E.F. Moran and E.S. Brondizio. 2004. Colonist household decision making and land-use change in the Amazon Rainforest: an agent-based simulation. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31: 693-709.

No. 04-09
Lu, D., P. Mausel, M. Batistella, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Application of spectral mixture analysis to Amazonian land-use and land-cover classification. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(23): 5345-5358.

No. 04-10
Moran, E.F., D. Skole, and B.L. Turner II. 2004. The development of the international Land-Use and Land-Cover Change (LUCC) Research Program and its links to NASA's Land Cover and Land Use Change (LCLUC) Initiative. In: Land Change Science: Observing Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing.  Vol. 6. G. Gutman, et al. (eds). Kluwer: Boston.  Pp. 1-16.

No. 04-11
Rindfuss, R.R., S. Walsh, B.L. Turner II, E.F. Moran, and B. Entwisle. 2004. Linking Pixels and People. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing. In: Land Change Science: Observing Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing.  Vol. 6. G. Gutman, et al. (eds). Kluwer: Boston. Pp. 379-394.

No. 04-12
Mustard, J.F., R.S. DeFries, T. Fisher, and E.F. Moran. 2004. Land-Use and Land-Cover Change Pathways and Impacts. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing. In: Land Change Science: Observing Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing.  Vol. 6. G. Gutman, et al. (eds). Kluwer: Boston. Pp. 411-430.

No. 04-13
Turner, B.L. II, E.F. Moran, and R.R. Rindfuss. 2004. Integrated Land-Change Science and its Relevance to the Human Sciences. In: Land Change Science: Observing Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface. Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing.  Vol. 6. G. Gutman, et al. (eds). Kluwer: Boston. Pp. 431-448.

No. 04-14
Brondizio, E.S., M.J. Spierenburg, and M. Traverse. 2004. Cultural perceptions, responses and services relating to ecosystems. Issues and Themes in Anthropology. Vinay Kumar Srivastava and Manoj Kumar Singh (eds). Published by Kamal Kishore for Palaka Prakashan. Pp 557-600.

No. 04-15
Brondizio, E.S.  2004. Agriculture intensification, economic Identity, and shared invisibility in Amazonian peasantry: caboclos and colonists in comparative perspective. Culture and Agriculture 26(1 & 2): 1-24.

No. 04-16
Brondizio, E.S.  2004. From staple to fashion food: shifting cycles and shifting opportunities in the development of the Acai palm fruit economy in the Amazon Estuary. In: Working Forest in the Neotropics. D.J. Zarin, J.R.R. Alavalapati, F.E. Putz and M. Schmink (eds). Columbia University Press, New York. Pp. 339-365.

No. 04-17
Lu, D., G. Li, G.S. Valladares, and M. Batistella. 2004. Mapping soil erosion risk in Rondônia, Brazilian Amazon: Using RUSLE, Remote Sensing and GIS. Land Degradation and Development  15(5): 499-512.

No. 04-18
Batistella, M. e E. Brondizio. 2004. Uma strategia integrada de analise e monitoramento do impacto ambiental de assentamentos rurais na Amazonia. Avaliacao e Contabilizacao de Impactos Ambientais. Editora Unicamp, Campinas. Pp. 74-86.