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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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2009

No. 09-01
Batistella, M., D.S. Alves, E.F. Moran, C. Souza Jr., R. Walker, and S.J. Walsh. People and Environment in Amazonia: The LBA Experience and Other Perspectives. In Amazonia and Global Change.  M. Keller, M. Bustamante, J. Gash, and P.S. Dias, eds. Geophysical Monograph Series 186. Pp. 1-9.

No. 09-02
Brondizio, E.S., A. Cak, M.M. Caldas, C. Mena, R. Bilsborrow, C.T. Futemma, T. Ludewigs, E.F. Moran and M. Batistella. Small Farmers and Deforestation in Amazonia. In Amazonia and Global Change. M. Keller, M. Bustamante, J. Gash, and P.S. Dias, eds. Geophysical Monograph Series 186. Pp.117-124.

No. 09-03
Weng, Q. and D. Lu.  Landscape as a Continuum: An Examination of the Urban Landscape Structures and Dynamics of Indianapolis City, 1991-2000, by Using Satellite Images. International Journal of Remote Sensing 30(10): 2547-2577.

No.09-04
Mattos, L., A.D. Didonet, A.J. Baggio, A.T. Machado, E.D. Tavares, H.L.C. Coutinho, J.C. Canuto, J.C.C. Gomes, J.A.A. Espindola, J.F. Ribeiro, L.H.O. Wadt, M.F.S. Borba, M.S.A. Kato, M.A. Urchei P.C. Kitamura, R.T.G. Peixoto.  Marco Referencial em Agroecologia. Embrapa.

No.09-05
Lu, D. and Weng, Q. Extraction of Urban Impervious Surfaces from an IKONOS Image. International Journal of Remote Sensing 30(5): 1297-1311.

No.09-06
Mattos, L. and A. Cau. Efetividade do Mecanismo de Desenvolvimento Limpo (MDL) no Contexto das Atividades Agroflorestais no Brasil: Uma Análise Crítica.

No.09-07
Mattos, L. and A. Cau. The Clean Development Mechanism and Agroforestry Activities in the Brazilian Amazon.

No.09-08
Guedes, G.R., S. Costa and E.S. Brondizio. Revisiting the Hierarchy of Urban Areas in the Brazilian Amazon: A Multilevel Approach.  Population and Environment 30:159-192.

No.09-09
Brondizio, E.S., E. Ostrom and O.R. Young. Connectivity and the Governance of Multilevel Social-Ecological Systems: The Role of Social Capital. Annual Review of Environmental Resources 34: 253-278.

No.09-10
Siren, A.H. and E.S. Brondizio. Detecting Subtle Land Use Change in Tropical Forests. Applied Geography 29: 201-211.

No.09-11
Andersson, K., T.P. Evans and K.R. Richards. National Forest Carbon Inventories: Policy Needs and Assessment Capacity.  Climatic Change 93: 69-101.

No.09-12
Muehlenbein, M.P. The Application of Endocrine Measures in Primate Parasite Ecology. In Primate Parasite Ecology. Dynamics and Study of Host-Parasite Relationships. M.A. Huffman and C.A. Chapman, eds. Cambridge University Press.

No.09-13
Muehlenbein, M.P. and M. Ancrenaz. Minimizing Pathogen Transmission at Primate Ecotourism Destinations: The Need for Input from Travel Medicine. Journal of Travel Medicine 16(4): 229-232.

No.09-14
Ludwigs, T., D’antona, A. de O., Brondízio, E. S., & Hetrick, S. (2009). Agrarian Structure and Land-cover Change Along the Lifespan of Three Colonization Areas in the Brazilian Amazon. World Development, 37(8), 1348-1359. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2008.08.018