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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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In the field... To find out more about past and current research grants at ACT, please click on the links below. 

If you would like more information regarding these grants, and any other work going on at the center, please feel free to contact us.

Feel free to browse the publications section of this website where you will find a comprehensive selection of ACT articles available for download.

Previous Research and Grants

2009– 2012: Advancing Land Use and Land Cover Analysis by Integrating Optical and Polarimetric Radar Platforms (Funded by NSF)

2008– 2013: Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households (Phase III) (funded by NICHD)

2006-2008: Human and Physical Dimensions of Land Use/Cover Change in Amazônia: Phase III - Towards Sustainability (funded by NASA/LBA)

1998-2007: Human And Physical Dimensions Of Land Use/Cover Change In Amazônia Forest Regeneration And Landscape Structure (Phases I and II) (funded by NASA/LBA)

2003-2007: Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households (Phase II) (funded by NICHD)

2000-2003: Human Strategies for Coping with ENSO and the Growing Flammability of Forests in Amazonia (funded by NOAA)

1997-2002: Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households (Phase I) (funded by NICHD)

1995-1998: Strengthening Capacity for Environmental Analysis and Environmental Protection in Latin America (funded by the Tinker Foundation)

1993-1998: Amazonian Deforestation and Carbon Cycling in Oligotrophic Ecosystems: The Role of Heterogeneity, Succession and Patchiness (funded by NSF)

1993-1998: Contrasting Successional Rates and Carbon Cycling in Eutrophic and Oligotropic Ecosystems of Amazonia (funded by NIGEC)