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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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2005

No. 05-01
Lu, D., P. Mausel, M. Batistella, and E. Moran. 2005. Land-cover binary change detection methods for use in the moist tropical region of the Amazon: a comparative study. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 26(1): 101-114.

No. 05-02
Rudel, T., O. Coomes, E. Moran, F. Achard, A. Angelsen, J. Xu and E. Lambin. 2005. Forest transitions: towards a global understanding of land use change. Global Environmental Change. 15: 23–31.

No. 05-03
Ludewigs, T. and E. Brondizio. 2005. Integrating remote sensing, GIS and field surveys: the study of lot turnover, land concentration and land use in colonization areas. Anais XII Simposio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto, Goiania, Brasil. Pp. 3535-3542.

No. 05-04
Navarro, D., S. Hetrick and E.S. Brondizio. 2005. Deforestation patterns in Brazilian Amazonia: The case of highways PA-140 and PA-150, Pará State. Anais XII Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto, Goiania, Brasil. Pp. 1613-1620.

No. 05-05
Lu, D. 2005. Integration of vegetation inventory data and Landsat TM image for vegetation classification in the western Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management. 213: 369–383.

No. 05-06
Lu, D. 2005. Aboveground biomass estimation using Landsat TM data in the Brazilian Amazon. International Journal of Remote Sensing 26(12): 2509-2525.

No. 05-07
Lu, D., M. Batistella and E. Moran. 2005. Satellite Estimation of Aboveground Biomass and Impacts of Forest Stand Structure. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 71(8): 967-974.

No. 05-08
Zarin, D., E. Davidson, E. Brondizio, I. Vieira, T. Sa, T. Feldpausch, E. Schuyr, R. Mesquita, E. Moran, P. Delamonica, M. Ducey, G. Hurtt, C. Salimon, and M. Denich. 2005. Legacy of fire slows carbon accumulation in Amazonian forest regrowth. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. 3(7): 365-369.

No. 05-09
Neeff, T., R.M. Lucas, J.R. Santos, E.S. Brondizio, and C. Freitas. 2006. Area and age of secondary forests in Brazilian Amazonia 1978 - 2002: an empirical estimate. [accepted: (ECO-05-0001.R2)]. Ecosystems (New York. Print), Verona, WI.

No. 05-10
Moran, E.F., E.S. Brondizio, and L. VanWey. 2005. Population and Environment in Amazonia: Landscape and Household Dynamics. Population, Land Use, and Environment. B. Entwisle and P. Stern (eds.). Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press. Pp. 106-134.

No. 05-11
Lu, D., M. Batistella, E. Moran and E. Miranda. 2005. A Comparative Study of Terra ASTER, Landsat TM and SPOT HRG data For Land Cover Classification in the Brazilian Amazon. The 9th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (WMSCI2005), Proceedings Volume VIII, ed. Nagib Callaos, William Lesso, and Katsuhisa Horimoto, 411-416. Orlando, Fla.: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.

No. 05-12
Batistella,M. and E.F. Moran. 2005. Human Dimensions of Land Use and Land Cover in the Amazon: a Contribution for LBA. Acta Amazonica. 35(2) 2005: 249-257.

No. 05-13
Lu, D., M. Batistella. 2005. Exploring TM Image Texture and its Relationship with Biomass Estimation in Rondonia, Brazilian Amazon. Acta Amazonica. 35(2) 2005: 249-257.

No. 05-14
Duraiappah, A., F. T. Comin, T. Oliveira, Joyeeta Gupta, P. Kumar, M. Pyoos, M. Spierenburg, D. Barkin, E. S. Brondizio, R. Tsutsumi. 2005. Consequences of ecosystems services for poverty reduction and human well-being. In: Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Policy Responses: Findings of the Responses Working Group of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Kanchan Chopra et al. (eds.). London: Island Press. Chapter 17, Pp. 487-526.