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Presentations in 2003

Andersson, Krister P., and Diego Pacheco. 2003. ¿Quién dinamiza la co-gestión forestal? Documento presentado en la 2da Conferencia Internacional sobre "Procesos Participativos en Areas Forestales," Valdivia, Chile, April.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Commodity Chains and Rural Development: Examples from the Amazon. Lecture for Workshop on Indigenous Communities and Municipalities, Universidade Centro Americana, Instituto de Historia, Managua, Nicaragua, March 2–5.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Experimentation and Diffusion of Land use Systems among Small Farmer Colonists in the Brazilian Amazon. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), Oregon, March 19–24.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Discussant in E-Governance discussion group panel: "E-Governance in the Brazilian Amazon: The Role of Remote Sensing," School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 11.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Coordinating lead author at the Second International Workshop, Responses Working Group, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA), Frankfurt, Germany, May 19–23.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Dimensoes humanas e uso da terra no Leste Amazonico: Exemplos das regioes de Altamira e Santarém. As Instituições de Ensino Superior de Santarém e o Projeto LBA: "Uma Parceria Estratégica para a Amazônia," Universidade Federal do Pará, Santarém campus, June 12–13.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. The Meaning of Place. Presented at a workshop and forum organized by Intel Corporation (invited participant and moderator), Oregon, September 9–10.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2003. Coordinating lead author at the Third International Workshop, Responses Working Group, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA), Prague, Czech Republic, Oct 13–17.

Evans, Tom P., and David Welch. 2003. Social Assessments of the Shawnee and Hoosier National Forests. Presented at the U.S. Forest Service workshop: "Changing Social Landscapes," Milwaukee, Wis., March 26–28.

Evans, Tom P., Charles M. Schweik, and J. Morgan Grove. 2003. Connecting Landcover Change Models to Policy Needs by Spatial Scale. Presented at the International Conference on Framing Land Use Dynamics: "Integrating Knowledge on Spatial Dynamics in Docio-Economic and Environmental Systems for Spatial Planning in Western Urbanized Countries," Utrecht University, The Netherlands, April 16–18.

Evans, Tom P., Charles M. Schweik, and J. Morgan Grove. 2003. Connecting Landcover Change Models to Policy Needs by Spatial Scale. Presented at the European-American Workshop on Long Term Socio-Environmental Research, Motz, France, July 1–5.

Gibson, Clark, John Williams, and Elinor Ostrom. 2003. The Importance of Rule Enforcement to Local Level Forest Management. Presented at the international conference on "Reconciling Rural Poverty Reduction and Resource Conservation," Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., May 1–4.

Gibson, Clark, John Williams, and Elinor Ostrom. 2003. Rule Enforcement and Local Level Forest Management. Presented at the XII World Forestry Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 16.

Grove, J. Morgan, Charles M. Schweik, and Tom P. Evans. 2003. An Open Source Framework for Landuse Modeling: Kernels and Constituents. Presented at the European-American Workshop on Long-Term Socio-Environmental Research, Motz, France, July 1–5.

Kauneckis, Derek. 2003. Public Goods on Private Lands: The Relevance of Property Rights Institutions to Policy Design. Presented at "Ecosystem Services in the Tropics: Challenges to Marketing Forest Function" conference, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., April 5–6.

Lu, Dengsheng. 2003. Estimation of Forest Stand Parameters Using Landsat TM Images in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. Presented at the 30th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE), Honolulu, Hawaii, November 10–14. CD-ROM.

Lu, Dengsheng, Mateus Batistella, and Emilio F. Moran. 2003. Detecting Amazonian Deforestation Using Multitemporal Thematic Mapper Imageries and Spectral Mixture Analysis. Presented at ASPRS 2003 Annual Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, May 5–9.

Lu, Dengsheng, Mateus Batistella, and Emilio F. Moran. 2003. Integration of Vegetation Inventory Data and Thematic Mapper Image for Amazonian Successional and Mature Forest Classification. Presented at ASPRS 2003 Annual Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, May 5–9.

Lu, Dengsheng, and Theresa Burcsu. 2003. Detecting Deforestation and Associated Impacts of Terrain Factors. Presented at the 30th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE), Honolulu, Hawaii, November 10–14. CD-ROM.

Lu, Dengsheng, Paul Mausel, Mateus Batistella, and Emilio F. Moran. 2003. Comparison of Land-Cover Classification Methods in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. Presented at ASPRS 2003 Annual Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, May 5–9.

Lu. Dengsheng, and Q Weng. 2003. Urban Land-Use and Land-Cover Change Detection with Spectral Mixture Analysis of Multitemporal Thematic Mapper Imageries. Presented at the 30th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE), Honolulu, Hawaii, November 10–14. CD-ROM.

Moran, Emilio. 2003. Human Strategies for Coping with ENSO and Growing Flammability of Forests in Amazônia. Presented at the Association of American Geographers annual meeting, New Orleans, La., March 7.

Moran, Emilio. 2003. Discussant. Session on "Land Use and Land Cover Change," Population Association of America, Minneapolis, Minn., May 1–3.

Moran, Emilio. 2003. Science Planning for the Terrestrial Human Environment System. Presented to the Land Use Cover Change Scientific Steering Committee, Banff, Canada. June 17–26.

Moran, Emilio. 2003. The Human-Environment Nexus: Progress in the Past Decade in the Integrated Analysis of Human and Biophysical Factors. Keynote lecture at the World System History and Global Environmental Change Congress, Lund, Sweden, September 19.

Moran, Emilio. 2003. Social Science Perspectives on Resilience. Presented at the Resiliency and Change in Ecological Systems meeting, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, N.Mex., October 24–26.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. The Drama of the Commons: How We Manage Resources. Distinguished Lecture at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo., February 13–16.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. Managing Resources in the Global Commons. Lecture at the Vancouver Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 8.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. Design Principles for Robustness of Institutions in Social-Ecological Systems (with John M. Anderies and Marco Janssen). Presented at the conference on "Robustness of Coupled Natural and Human Systems," Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, N.Mex., May 16–18.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. Rules, Incentives, and Enforcement: Livelihood Strategies of Community Forestry and Leasehold Forestry Users in Nepal (with Mukunda Karmacharya and Birendra Karma). Presented at the conference on "Rural Livelihoods, Forests and Biodiversity," Bonn, Germany, May 19–23.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. Design Principles for Robustness of Institutions in Social-Ecological Systems (with John M. Anderies and Marco Janssen). Presented at the International Association for the Study of Common Property Northern Polar Regional Meeting, Anchorage, Alaska, August 17–21.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. The Challenge of Combining the Social with the Ecological. Plenary address at the LTER All Scientists' Meeting, Seattle, Wash., September 19–21.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2003. The Robustness of Ecosystems Maintained by State-Dependent Cross-Scale Institutions (with Marco Janssen John M. Anderies). Presented at the workshop on "Resiliency and Change in Ecological Systems," Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, N.Mex., October 25–27.

Unruh, Jon D. 2003. Migration, Land Tenure and Deforestation: Legal Pluralism and "Clearing to Claim" in Southern Zambia. Presented at the Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community on "Taking Stock and Moving Forward," Montreal, Canada, October 16–18.

Presentations in 2002

Andersson, Krister. 2002. Can Decentralization Save Bolivia's Forests? An Institutional Analysis of Municipal Forest Governance. Presented at World Bank NRM Thematic Group Event on NRM Institutions Theme, World Bank, Washington, D.C. January 28.

Andersson, Krister, and Marco Janssen. 2002. Institutional Innovation and Adaptive Management: Learning from Bolivia's Decentralization Experiment. Paper presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Kraków, Poland, November 9.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Footprints of the Past, Landscapes of the Future: Historical Ecology and Land Use in Brazilian Forests. Paper presented at "Historical Ecology of the NeoTropics," Tulane University, New Orleans, La., October 17–20.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Forest Farmers of the Amazon Estuary: Agriculture Intensification, Economic Identity, and Development. Lecture presented at the Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, January 24.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. From Staple to Fashion Food: The Case of Açaí Fruit of the Amazon Estuary. Paper presented at the "Working Forests of the Tropics" international conference, University of Florida, Gainesville, February 24–26.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Intensificação agricola, identidade econômica, e invisibilidade de pequenos produtores Amazônicos: Caboclos e colonos em uma perspective comparative. Paper presented at "Ciclo de Palestras sobre Sociedades Caboclas Amazônicas," Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, May 18–21.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Land Use and Complex Realities: A Critical Perspective to the Study of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change in the Amazon. Paper presented at the "Globalization and the New Geographies of Conservation" workshop, Environment and Development Advanced Research Circle (EDARC), University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 19–20.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Land Use As Human Behavior: Caboclo and Colonist Examples from the Amazon. Lecture presented at the Seminar on Evolutionary Ecology, Biology Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, February 5.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Local Resource Managers in Latin America: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Lecture presented at the Tropical Development and Conservation Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, January 25.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2002. Society and Environment in Brazil: A Historical Perspective. Kelley International Programs (KIP) Seminar, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, February 23.

Brondízio, Eduardo S., and Andrea D. Siqueira. 2002. Colonization and Land-Use Change in the Brazilian Amazon. Lecture presented at the Universidad Central CentroAmericana, Managua, Nicaragua, August 14.

Carlson, Laura, Charles M. Schweik, Harini Nagendra, and Glen Green. 2002. A Methodology for Identifying Institutional Arrangements Using Remote Sensing and GIS. Presented at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, Calif., March 19–23.

Green, Glen M. 2002. Disappearing Forests of Madagascar: Myth or Reality? Presented at the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, State University of West Georgia, February 2.

Green, Glen M. 2002. Fifty years of Change in the Dry Forests of Southern Madagascar: Implications for the Ring-Tailed Lemur. Presented to the Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 26.

Green, Glen M. 2002. Fifty Years of Deforestation in Madagascar's Dry Forests: Who are the True Conservationists? Presented at African Studies Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, March 19.

Green, Glen M. 2002. Fifty Years of Land-Cover Change in the Dry Forests of Southern Madagascar: A Preliminary Report. Presented to the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, November 8.

Green, Glen, Charles Schweik, and Phil Keating. 2002. Seeing Change with New Eyes: Space, Time, and Remote Sensing. Presented in the CIPEC Colloquium Series, Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change, Indiana University, February 13.

Green, Glen, Charles Schweik, and Phil Keating. 2002. Seeing Change with New Eyes: Space, Time, and Remote Sensing. Presented to the Department of Forest Management, University Austral, Valdivia, Chile, June 6. (Green presented.)

Jager, Wander, and Marco A. Janssen. 2002. Coevolution of Personality and the Environment. Computational Social Sciences Conference, Lake Arrowhead, Calif., May 11 (Jager presented).

Janssen, Marco A. 2002. Adaptive Capacity in Social and Biological Systems. Resilience Alliance meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, September 10.

Janssen, Marco A., and Wander Jager. 2002. Turbulence and Dominance in Market Dynamics: The Interactions of Consumer Psychology and Structure of Social Networks. International Conference on "Self-Organization and Evolution of Social Behaviour," Monte Veritas, Switzerland, September 4 (Jager presented).

Janssen, Marco A., and Elinor Ostrom. 2002. Adoption of a New Regulation for the Governance of Common-Pool Resources by a Heterogeneous Population. Computational Social Sciences Conference, Lake Arrowhead, Calif., May 10 (Janssen presented).

Janssen, Marco A., and Daniel Stow. 2002. An Application of Immunocomputing to the Evolution of Rules for Ecosystem Management. World Congress in Computational Science, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 14 (Stow presented).

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Co-organizer and presenter at the "Ecosystem Responses to Unpredictable Events in Temperate Forests" workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 19–20.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. CIPEC: A Center of Excellence on Human Dimensions of Global Change. Presented at the INPE Seminal, São Jose dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil, August 7.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Deforestation Trajectories in a Frontier Region of the Brazilian Amazon. Presented at "Remote Sensing and GIS Applications for Linking People, Place, and Policy," Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 19–24.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Deforestation Trajectories in a Frontier Region of the Brazilian Amazon. Presented at the 2nd LBA Open Science Conference, Manaus, Brazil, July 7–10.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Dimensoes Humanas da Mudanca Ambiental Global: A Proxima Decada. Presented at the SENAC seminal. São Paulo, Brazil, August 10.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Dimensoes Humanas das Mudancas na Cobertura Vegetal e Uso da Terra. Presented at the Embrapa Satellite Monitoring Seminar. Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, August 6.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Ecologia Humana e o Uso da Terra. Presented at the SENAC seminal, São Paulo, Brazil, August 9.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. People and Pixels: Advances in Linking Social Sciences and Spatial Data through Remote Sensing. Presented at the Environmental Policy Initiative seminar Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, June 4.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Population and Environment Surprises in the Amazon Basin: Deforestation, Land-Cover Change and the Structure of Households. Presented at the Environmental Policy Initiative seminar, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, June 4.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Spatial and Biophysical Dimensions of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change in Amazonia. Presented at "Powerful GIS Tools to Advance Spatial and Temporal Analysis in Anthropological Research," American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., November 20–24.

Moran, Emilio F. 2002. Trinta Anos de Pesquisa sobre o Uso da Terra em Altamira. Presented at the Centro de Pesquisa Agroflorestal da Amazonia Oriental, Embrapa, Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, October 1.

Moran, Emilio F., Andrea D. Siqueira, and Eduardo S. Brondízio. 2002. Household Demographic Structure and Its Relationship to Deforestation in the Amazon Basin. Paper presented at the "Linking Remote Sensing and Household Data" conference, East-West Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 3–7 (Brondízio and Siqueira presented).

Munroe, Darla. 2002. An Assessment of Zoning as a Factor in Landscape Fragmentation. Presented at "Landscape Fragmentation and the Analysis of Land Use/Land Cover Change: From Pattern to Process," special session (organized by Munroe) at the Association of American Geographers 98th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, Calif., March 23.

Munroe, Darla, and Elena Irwin. 2002. A Case of Mistaken Identity: Identifying Spatial Lags in the Presence of Spatial Error Autocorrelation. Presented at the 49th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI), San Juan, Puerto Rico, November 14–17.

Munroe, Darla, Cynthia Croissant, and Abigail York. 2002. An Assessment of Zoning as a Factor in Landscape Fragmentation. Presented at "Landscape Fragmentation and the Analysis of Land Use/Land Cover Change: From Pattern to Process," special session (organized by Munroe) at the Association of American Geographers 98th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, Calif., March 23 (Munroe presented).

Ostrom, Elinor. 2002. The Interaction of Organized Human Systems and Ecosystems. Presented at the Environmental Policy Form, Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif., February 7–8.

Ostrom, Elinor, and Marco A. Janssen. 2002. Beliefs, Multi-Level Governance, and Development. 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, Mass., August 29–September 1 (Ostrom presented).

Ostrom, Elinor, and Marco A. Janssen. 2002. Multi-Level Governance and Resilience of Social and Ecological Systems. Institute for Social Studies Conference on "Environmental Degradation, Institutions, and Conflict," The Hague, the Netherlands, October 8–9 (Ostrom presented).

Tucker, Catherine M. 2002. Processes of Forest Change at the Local and Landscape Levels in Honduras and Guatemala. CIPEC Colloquium Series, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., April 10.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2002. Approaches to Sustainable Community Forestry: Perspectives from Mexico and Honduras. Presented at the conference on Working Forests in the Tropics: Conservation through Sustainable Management, sponsored by University of Florida School of Forest Resources and Conservation and The Forest Management Trust, Gainesville, Fla., February 25–26.

Tucker, Catheine M. 2002. Remittances, Community Organization and Development in Oaxaca, Mexico: The Research Planning Phase. Presented at the PIRT Seminar Series, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., April 12 (with Eileen Diaz McConnell and Leah VanWey).

Tucker, Catherine M, Darla Munroe, Harini Nagendra, and Jane Southworth. 2002. Analyzing Social and Environmental Processes in Honduras and Guatemala: The Complementarity of Ethnographic and Spatially Explicit Approaches. Presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, La., November 20–24.

Unruh, Jon D. 2002. Forum Shopping and Conflict Resolution in the Ethiopian Pastoral Commons. Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Washington, D.C., December 5–8.

Unruh, Jon D. 2002. Land Dispute Resolution in Mozambique: Evidence and Institutions of Agroforestry Technology Adoption. Presented at the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, June 17–21.

Unruh, Jon D. 2002. Poverty and Environment in Highland East Africa: Degradation versus Conservation of Agrobiodiversity. Presented at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, Calif., March 18–23.

York, Abigail. 2002. Zoning and Planning in the Local Arena: A Preview of Indiana Regulation. Presented at the Second Annual SPEA Young Researchers Conference, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., March 2.

Presentations in 2001

Agrawal, Arun, and Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Collective Action, Property Rights, and Decentralization in Resource Use in India and Nepal. Presented at "Governing Natural Resources in Developing and Transition Countries: Problems, Current Approaches, and Country-Specific Solutions," Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn, Germany, May 21.

Cárdenas, Juan-Camilo, and Elinor Ostrom. 2001. What Do People Bring into the Game? How Information Helps to Reduce the Tragedy of the Commons. Presented at the Norms seminar, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, School of Law, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., March 29–31.

Cárdenas, Juan-Camilo, and Elinor Ostrom. 2001. What Do People Bring into the Game? How Information Helps to Reduce the Tragedy of the Commons. Presented at "The Link between Norms and Scale" Conference, Los Angeles, Calif., April 13–14.

Cárdenas, Juan-Camilo, and Elinor Ostrom. 2001. What Do People Bring into the Game? How Information Helps to Reduce the Tragedy of the Commons. Presented at the "4th Toulouse Conference on Environment and Resource Economics," Property Rights, Institutions and Management of Environmental and Natural Resources, Toulouse, France, May 3–4.

Croissant, Cynthia. 2001. Spatial Patterns of Forest Cover within Urban, Urban-Fringe, and Rural Areas of Monroe County, Indiana. Presented at ASPRS Annual Conference in St. Louis, Mo., April 23–27.

Croissant, Cynthia. 2001. What Socioeconomic Characteristics Are Associated with Different Spatial Patterns in Monroe County, Indiana? Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New York, N.Y., February 27–March 3, 2001. Revised and also presented at the 2001 Indiana University Women in Science and Engineering Poster Competition.

Evans, Tom P. 2001. An Agent-based Model of Landcover Change in South-Central Indiana: Bridging Social and Environmental Science Research Methods. Colloquium presentation, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, May 11.

Evans, Tom P. 2001. Linking Agent Decisions to Landscape Outcomes in a Socio-Ecological Agent-Based Model. Presented at Integration of Spatial Ecological and Environmental Social Science Methods for Study of Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., September 27–28.

Evans, Tom, Matthew Hoffmann, Hugh Kelley, and Dawn Parker. 2001. An Agent-based Model of Parcel-Level Land Cover Change in Southern Indiana. Presented at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers 2001 Conference, New York, N.Y., February 27–March 3.

Green, Glen, Chetan Agarwal, J. Morgan Grove, Charles Schweik, and Tom Evans. 2001. Limits to Land Cover Change Modeling: Barriers Imposed by Disciplinary Divisions and Data Availability. Presented at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers 2001 Conference, New York, NY., February 27–March 3.

Janssen, Marco A., and Elinor Ostrom. 2001. Critical Factors That Foster Local Self-Governance of Common-Pool Resources: The Role of Heterogeneity. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Resilience Alliance, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Aug. 16–18. Also presented at the conference on "Inequality, Collective Action, and Environmental Sustainability," Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, September 21–23.

Kauneckis, Derek. 2001. A Discrete Choice Model of Membership in Voluntary Land Use Program: An Examination of Resource Portfolio Management and Forest Policy. Presented at the Institutions and Land Use Panel, "Science and Policy: A Multidisciplinary Symposium," School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, March 24.

Meretsky, Vicky, Tom Evans, Eduardo Brondízio, Cynthia Croissant, and Dawn Parker. 2001. Characterizing Landscape Composition and Pattern: Cross-Site Comparison of Social and Biophysical Factors. Presented at the 16th Annual Symposium of the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association of Landscape Ecology, Tempe, Ariz., April 25–29.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. The Developmental Cycle of Domestic Groups and Amazonian Deforestation. Presented at the Population Association of American annual meeting, March 29–31. Also presented at the Large-scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia conference, Atlanta, Ga., February 12–14.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. Household Demographic Structure and Its Impact on the Trajectories of Deforestation in the Amazon." Presented at Brown University, Providence, R.I., October 25.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. Human and Physical Dimensions of Land Use/Cover Change in Amazonia: Forest Regeneration and Landscape Structure. Presented at the Land Cover and Land Use Change, Tropical and Subtropical Workshop, NASA Science Team, Washington, D.C., November 20.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. Land Use and Land Cover Change and the Carbon Cycle. Presented at the National Research Council meeting, Washington, D.C., November 5.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. LUCC Progress 2001. Presented at the Land Cover and Land Use Change, Tropical and Subtropical Workshop, NASA Science Team. Washington, D.C., November 19.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. Population and the Environment in the Amazon Basin. Presented at the Environmental Research Institute, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., October 12.

Moran, Emilio. 2001. What's Driving Land Use and Land Cover Change? Myths and Realities. Presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, session on "Earth System Science," San Francisco, Calif., February 15–20.

Munroe, Darla. 2001. Jobs, Houses, and Trees: Changing Regional Structure, Local Land-Use Patterns, and Forest Cover in Southern Indiana. Presented at "Nature in the Fringe: Urban Sprawl, Agricultural Land, and the Environment," special session (organized by Munroe and co-chaired with Elena Irwin) of the Regional Science Association International 48th Annual North American Meeting. Charleston, S.C., November 15–18.

Munroe, Darla, Jane Southworth, and Catherine M. Tucker. 2001. The Dynamics of Land-Cover Change in Western Honduras: Spatial Autocorrelation and Temporal Variation. Presented at the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill., August 5–8.

Myint, Tun. 2001. Managing Complexities in Global Environmental Governance: Issues-Interests-Actors Network Model for the Transnational Environmental Governance in the Mekong River Commission and the International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine. Presented at the 2001 Conference on the Human Dimension of Global Environmental Change: "Global Change and Nation States," Berlin, Germany, December 7–9.

Nagendra, Harini. 2001. Monitoring Human Impacts on Land Cover Change in Developing Countries: Forging Integrated Approaches. Presented at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Environment and Development - Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (CISED-ATREE) Seminar Series, Bangalore, India, December 10.

Nagendra, Harini, Jane Southworth, and Catherine Tucker. 2001. Accessibility and Protection as Determinants of Landscape Transformation in Western Honduras: Linking Pattern and Process. Presented at the Environmental Science Seminar, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., October 4.

Nagendra, Harini, Jane Southworth and Catherine M. Tucker. 2001. Fragmentation of a Landscape: Studies in Honduras and Nepal. Presented at the Center for Ecological Sciences Seminar Series, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, April 9.

Nagendra, Harini, Jane Southworth, and Catherine Tucker. 2001. Using Landscape Metrics to Interpret Trajectories of Land Cover Change: A Case Study in Western Honduras. Presented at the 16th Annual Symposium of the U.S. Chapter of the International Association of Landscape Ecology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz., April, 25–29.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Human and Ecological Systems: Interaction, Scale, and Ethnicity. Presented at the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) Scientific Committee Meeting, Bonn, Germany, March 26–28.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Polycentric Institutions As a Way of Blending Local and Global Knowledge. Keynote presentation at the Global Development Network Third Annual Global Development Conference on "Blending Local and Global Knowledge," Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9–12.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Understanding Institutions. Presented at the Globalization and Equity Seminar Series, Sanford Institute of Policy, Duke University, Durham, N.C., November 8.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Keynote Address. Presented at the Symposium on "Managing Common Resources: What is the Solution?" Programme on Population and Development, Departments of Sociology and Economics, Lund University, Sweden, September 10.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2001. Keynote Address. Presented at Plenary Session 6: "Transition towards Agri-Environmental Sustainability," ACE Phare Seminar, Nitra, Slovakia, September 13.

Ostrom, Elinor, and T.-K. Ahn. 2001. A Social Science Perspective on Social Capital: Social Capital and Collective Action. Presented at the EURESCO conference on "Social Capital: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Exeter, U.K., September 15–20.

Southworth, Jane, Harini Nagendra and Catherine M. Tucker. 2001. Using Landscape Metrics to Interpret Land Cover Change in Western Honduras and to Monitor Infringement into Celaque National Park. Presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisc., August 5–10.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2001. Fortifying Capacity for Community Forestry. Presented at the Community Forestry Workshop, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Guatemala, May 7–8

Tucker, Catherine M. 2001. In Search of Sustainable Community Forestry: Multilevel Linkages, Policies and Processes in Mesoamerica. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., November 28–December 2.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2001. La Propiedad Social y el Manejo de Recursos Forestales en el Contexto Mexicano: Perspectivas de Estudios de Caso en Oaxaca y Michoacán. Presented at the 2001 Meeting of the Mexican Association for Rural Studies (Asociación Mexicana para Estudios Rurales - AMER), Zacatecas, Mexico, June 3–6.

Tucker, Catherine M., Jane Southworth and Harini Nagendra. 2001. Environmental and Social Processes Contributing to Reforestation Trends in Western Honduras. Poster presented at the Global Change Open Science Conference of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Project (IGBP), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 10–12.

Unruh, Jon D. 2001. The Linking of Remote Sensing and Oral History: CIPEC Research in Forest Change. Presented at the Indiana University African Studies Program Summer Institute on "Incorporating Africa's Oral Heritage and Indigenous Knowledge into a Changing World," Africa Studies Program, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., June 12.

Unruh, Jon D. 2001. Agricultural Biodiversity in Highland Ethiopia: Genetic Erosion or Conservation? Presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, February 27–March 3.

Unruh, Jon D. 2001. The Dilemma of African Agrobiodiversity: The Role of Food Insecurity in Promoting Conservation. Presented at the Conference on Environmental Issues and Development in Africa, Center for African Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, May 5.

Unruh, Jon D. 2001. Migration-Induced Legal Pluralism in Land Tenure: Implications for Environmental Change. Keynote Address at Wengen 2001: International Workshop on Environmental Change: Implications for Population Migrations, Wengen, Switzerland, September 19–22.

Welch, David, and Cynthia Croissant. 2001. Methods of Social Assessment. Presented at the First Annual Conference of Science and Policy: A SPEA Multidisciplinary Symposium, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., March 24.

Presentations in 2000

Agarwal, Chetan, Glen L. Green, J. Morgan Grove, Tom Evans, and Charles Schweik. 2000. A Review and Assessment of Land-Use Change Models: Dynamics of Space, Time, and Human Choice. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling (GIS/EM4): Problems, Prospects and Research Needs, Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 2B8.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2000. Trajectories of Land Use and Land Cover Change in Amazonia. Paper presented at Deforestation in the Amazon: Understanding the Human Dimensions, CIPEC Open Science Forum, Indiana University, Jan. 13.

Brondízio, Eduardo. 2000. Interdisciplinarity in Socio-Environmental Research. Paper presented at the graduate seminar of the Center for the Study of Global Change, International Programs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., February.

Brondízio, Eduardo. 2000. GIS Applications in Social Sciences Questions: Examples of Deforestation Research. Presentation at SPEA graduate course Vector-Based GIS, School of Public and Environmental Administration, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., March.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2000. Repeating Errors? Deforestation and Human Uses of Brazilian Forests. Paper presented at Indiana University Brazil Week, Bloomington, Ind., September.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2000. The LBA Vegetation-Land Use Database: Can We Use It for CIPEC? CIPEC Colloquium Series. Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change, Indiana University, October.

Brondízio, Eduardo S. 2000. The Role of Land Cover Classification Systems to the Study of Forest Management and Land Use Intensification by Caboclo Population in the Amazon estuary. Paper presented at The Meeting in the Middle, LUCC Focus 1, Ispra, Italy, Oct. 18.

Brondízio, Eduardo S., and S. Fiorini. 2000. Pulses and Cycles: Land Use Trajectories among Small Farmer Colonists in the Amazon. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 17–20.

de Castro, Fábio, Andrea Siquiera, Eduardo Brondízio, and Lucia Ferreira. 2000. Use and Misuse of the Concepts of ATradition and Property Rights in the Conservation of Natural Resource. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. San Francisco, March 21B26.

Croissant, Cynthia. 2000. Assessment of the Effect of Distance to Roads and Towns on Advanced Secondary Successional Forest Cover Near Sotuta, Mexico. In ASPRS 2000 Proceedings May 22–26, 2000. Washington, D.C.: ASPRS. Presented at ASPRS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 22–26.

Dodds, David. 2000. Population Growth and Deforestation in Eastern Honduras. Departmental Lecture Series, Department of Demography, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., March 29.

Dodds, David. 2000. Global Economy, Local Work: Miskito Time Allocation in Honduras. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 19.

Evans, Tom P., Aaron Manire, and Fábio de Castro. 2000. A Dynamic Model of Household Decision Making and Parcel Level Landcover Change in the Eastern Amazon. Paper presented at the Population Association of America conference, Washington, D.C., March 23B25.

Evans, Tom P., Elinor Ostrom, and Clark Gibson. 2000. Scaling Issues in the Social Sciences. Paper presented at EFIEA Matrix workshop AScaling Issues in Integrated Assessment, Mechelen, Netherlands, July 12B19.

Evans, Tom P., Elinor Ostrom, and Emilio Moran. 2000. Spatial Integration of Social, Political and Biophysical Factors Contributing to Landcover Change. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa., April 6B8.

Futemma, Célia. 2000. Rural Women's Participation beyond the Household Domain: A Case Study from the Amazon Region. Paper presented at the LASA-Latin American Studies Association XXII International Congress, Miami, Fla., March 16B18.

Green, Glen M. 2000. Changes to the Vegetation of Madagascar. Paper presented at the Universidad de Cordoba, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biología Vegetal, Corboba, Argentina, July 11.

Green, Glen M. 2000. The Effect of Institutions on the Distribution of Forests in Indiana, presented at the Laboratorio de Geomatica, Instituto de Manejo Forestal, Universidad Austral de Chile, Validivia, Chile.

Green, Glen M. 2000. Less Trees or More: Anthropogenic Deforestation or Reforestation in Madagascar and Sierra Leone. Paper presented at the Methodologies for Oral Histories Symposium, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., July 13.

Green, Glen, Krister Andersson, and Kenneth Richards. 2000. How Do We Know What Is in the Sink? Technological and Methodological Requirements for Using Remote Sensing Technology to Monitor Forest Carbon Sinks. Paper presented at CIESIN and IUCN Remote Sensing and Environmental Treaties, Washington, D.C., Dec. 4–5.

Hoffman, M., H. Kelley, and T. Evans. 2000. Simulating Land-Cover Change in Indiana: An Agent-Based Model of De/Reforestation. Paper presented at the Microbehavior Macroresults Conference of the International Fisheries Economics and Trade Association, July.

Kauneckis, Derek. 2000. Preferences on the Landscape: How Much Do Individual Values Matter? Paper presented at the International Society for the Study of Common Property, Bloomington, Ind., June 1–4.

McCracken, Stephen D., and Andrea Siqueira. 2000. Family Formation, Child Labor, and Schooling in an Agricultural Frontier Community of Brazil. Paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, Calif., March 23–25.

Munroe, Darla. 2000. Technical Efficiency in Polish Peasant Farming: A Composed Error Approach. Paper presented at the Regional Science Association International 47th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill., Nov. 10.

Nagendra, Harini. 2000. Assessing the Influence of Patch Type in Determining Patch Structure: Studies in the Western Ghats, India. Paper presented at the Centre for Landscape Research, Roskilde, Denmark, October 18–21. (Published in Multifunctional Landscapes: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Landscape Research and Management, ed. J. Brandt, B. Tress, and G. Tress, 217. Roskilde, Denmark: Centre for Landscape Research.)

Ostrom, Elinor. 2000. Crossing Ecological and Human System Boundaries. Paper presented at the Social Science Workshop, Arizona State University, Tempe, Jan. 19B21.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2000. Understanding the Complex Linkage between Attributes of Goods and the Effectiveness of Property Right Regimes. Paper presented at the Conference on ACommon Goods and Governance across Multiple Arenas at the Max Planck Project Group on Common Goods: Law, Politics, and Economics, Bonn, Germany, June 30BJuly 1.

Randolph, J.C., and Glen M. Green. 2000. Topography, Ownership, and Land Use in Indiana Forests. Paper presented at the CIPEC Open Forum: Indiana Forests, Biophysical and Social Aspects, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., Nov. 9.

Siqueira, Andrea D., and Eduardo S. Brondízio. 2000. Forest Resources, Land Tenure, and Food Security among Caboclo Populations of the Amazon Estuary. Bi-annual meeting of the International Association for the Study of Common Property Resources, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., May 31–June 4.

Siqueira, Andrea, Stephen D. McCracken, Eduardo Brondízio, and Emilio Moran. 2000. Women and Land Use in an Amazonian Frontier Community, accepted for presentation in the session: Gender in Economic Life, Annual Meetings of the Society for Economic Anthropology, Bloomington, Indiana, April 21–22, 2000.

Southworth, J., C. Tucker, and J. C. Randolph. 2000. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Forest Change Analysis in La Campa, Western Honduras. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers' Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2000. Aspiring for Sustainable Development: A Community Forestry Case Study in Oaxaca, Mexico. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Miami, Fla., March 18.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2000. Butterflies in the Forest: Community Forest Management in the Monarch Butterfly Special Biosphere Reserve. Paper presented at the Biennial Meetings of the International Association of Common Property, Bloomington, Ind., June 4.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2000. Challenges to Forest Management in the Monarch Butterfly Special Biosphere Reserve. Paper presented at SPEA Environmental Science Seminar, School for Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., Oct. 26.

Tucker, Catherine M. 2000. Deterioration of Community Institutions and Forests in the Monarch Butterfly Reserve. Paper presented at the LEAD-Mexico National Seminar: Collective Action and Common Pool Resources - "Governing the Commons," Mexico City, Mexico, Dec. 6–7.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. Changing Dispute Resolution Institutions in the Ethiopian Pastoral Commons. Paper presented at the Eighth Biennial Conference, Bloomington, Ind., May 31–June 4.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. The Role of the Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change (CIPEC) in the Creation of the Department of Natural Sciences at Katmandu University, Nepal. Paper presented at the Conference on Higher Education and USAID: Synergy in Development 2000, Association Liaison Office for University Cooperation in Development, Washington, D.C., July 11–14.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. Aggregating Indigenous Knowledge Decision-Making for Landscape Scale Analysis. Paper presented at Department of Anthropology Summer Institute: Incorporating Africa's Oral Heritage and Indigenous Knowledge into a Changing World, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., July 18.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. Food Security and Agrobiodiversity: The Dilemma of Opposing Objectives. Paper presented at Department of Geography Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., Nov. 10.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. Agrobiodiversity in Highland Ethiopia: Genetic Erosion or Conservation? Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University, Nov. 13.

Unruh, Jon D. 2000. The Cultural Ecological Persistence of 'Reservoirs' of Crop Genetic Diversity in Highland Ethiopia. Paper presented at the African Studies Association Forty-Third Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 16–19.

Presentations in 1999

Agrawal, Arun, and Elinor Ostrom. 1999. Collective Action, Property Rights, and Devolution in Forest and Protected Area Management. Paper presented at the CAPRi workshop on "Devolution, Property Rights and Collective Action," Puerto Azul, the Philippines, June 21–25.

Batistella, Mateus. 1999. Exploratory Comparison between Maximum Likelihood and Spatial-Spectral Classifiers Using LANDSAT TM Bands and Principal Component Analysis for Selected Areas in Tomé Açu, Brazilian Amazon. Paper presented at GIS Brasil 99 - Congresso e Feira para Usuarios de Geoprocessamento, Salvador, BA, Brazil, July 19–23.

Batistella, Mateus, and B. S. Soares Filho. 1999. Ensaio comparativo de indices de fragmentacao da paisagem em dois modelos de assentamento rural em Rondonia. Paper presented at GIS Brasil 99 - Congresso e Feira para Usuarios de Geoprocessamento, Salvador, BA, Brazil, July 19–23.

Brondizio, Eduardo, Stephen McCracken, Emilio Moran, Donald Nelson, Andrea Siqueira and Carlos Rodriquez-Pedraza. 1999. The Colonist Footprint: Towards a Conceptual Framework of Frontier Land Use Intensification and Deforestation Trajectories among Small Farmers in the Brazilian Amazon. Paper presented at Patterns and Processes of Land Use and Forest Change in the Amazon, 48th Annual Conference at the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 23–26.

de Castro, Fabio. 1999. Community-Based Management of Fishing Resource in the Amazon: Theoretical and Policy Issues. Lecture (in Portuguese) at the NGO Institute of Environmental Research for Amazonia, Santarém, Brazil.

Dolšak, Nives. 1999. Marketable Permits: How Can They Be Used to Manage a Global Common-Pool Resource? Paper presented at the Workshop Monday Colloquium, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University-Bloomington, April 26.

Evans, Thomas, G. Green, and Charles Schweik. 1999. Forest Fragmentation and Land Cover Change on Private Lands in Southern Indiana. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers 1999 Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Evans, Thomas P., and Emilio Moran. 1999. Spatial Integration of Social, Political, and Biophysical Factors Contributing to Landcover Change. Paper presented at Max Planck Institute for Demography, Workshop on Population-Environment Modeling, Rostock, Germany, August.

Gibson, Clark. 1999. Institutions and Development. Paper presented at the World Bank Rural Development course, Washington, D.C., June 2–3.

Gibson, Clark, John Williams, and Elinor Ostrom. 1999. Does Social Capital Matter? Communities, Governance, and Forest Resources. Paper presented at the International Studies Association annual meetings, Washington, D.C., Feb. 17–20.

Gibson, Clark, John Williams, and Elinor Ostrom. 1999. Social Capital and the Governance of Forest Resources. Paper presented at a conference on Creation and Returns of Social Capital with Special Emphasis on Education and Labor Markets, Department of Economics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Dec. 9–11.

Koontz, Tomas M. 1999. Examining Private Land Use Decisions and Outcomes in a Midwest County: A Micro-Level Approach. Paper presented at Western Social Science Association Annual Conference, Fort Worth, Texas, April.

Koontz, Tomas M. 1999. Targeting Land Use Policy: Identifying Parcels Most Susceptible to Different Land Uses. Poster presented at State Land Use Conference - Better Ways to Develop Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, June.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1999. Property Rights and Forest Conditions in Guatemala. Paper presented at the Community Forest Workshop, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Feb. 22–26.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1999. Tenure, Collective Action, and Forest Conditions in Guatemala. Paper presented at the International Seminar on Incentives for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, Cajica, Colombia, Nov. 4–6.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1999. Demography of the Family, Agricultural Strategies, and Deforestation in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier. Seminar, Department of Geography, Indiana University-Bloomington, April 21.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1999. Fertility Decline in an Amazonian Agricultural Frontier Community of Brazil. Seminar, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, D.C., July 19.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1999. Fertility Decline in an Amazonian Agricultural Frontier Community of Brazil. Seminar, Population Institute for Research and Training (PIRT), Indiana University-Bloomington, October 1.

McCracken, Stephen D., Andrea Siqueira, and Karen L. Andes. 1999. Fertility Decline in an Amazonian Agricultural Frontier Community of Brazil. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, New York, N.Y., March 25–27 (presented by K. Andes).

McCracken, Stephen D., Andrea Siqueira, Eduardo Brondizio, and Emilio Moran. 1999. Cocoa and Cattle: Family Farms and Deforestation on the Amazonian Agricultural Frontier. Paper presented at the 1999 Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, Ill., August 6–8.

McCracken, Stephen D., Andrea Siqueira, Emilio Moran, and Eduardo Brondizio. 1999. Domestic Life Course and Land Use Patterns in an Agricultural Frontier in Brazil. Paper presented at Patterns and Processes of Land Use and Forest Change in the Amazon, 48th Annual Conference at the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 23–26.

Meretsky, Vicky J. 1999. Field Techniques in Forest Research. Presentation at Seminars in International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI), Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change (CIPEC), Indiana University-Bloomington, Fall semester.

Meretsky, Vicky J. 1999. Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Methods in Forest Research. Presentation at Seminars in International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI), Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change (CIPEC), Indiana University-Bloomington, Fall semester.

Meretsky, Vicky J. 1999. Sampling Design and Mensuration in Forest Research. Presentation at Seminars in International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI), Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change (CIPEC), Indiana University-Bloomington, Fall semester.

Moran, Emilio. 1999. Environmental and Demographic Dimensions of Deforestation and Land Use in the Brazilian Amazon. Population Research Seminar, Carolina Population Center, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dec. 3.

Moran, Emilio, Eduardo Brondizio, and Stephen D. McCracken. 1999. Models of Land Use: Soils, Succession and Crop Choice. Paper presented at Patterns and Processes of Land Use and Forest Change in the Amazon, 48th Annual Conference at the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 23–26.

Moran, Emilio, Derek Kauneckis, and Stephen D. McCracken. 1999. Does Change in Ownership Result in Spikes of Deforestation? An Examination in Amazonia and the United States. Poster presented at the 1999 Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community, Japan, June 24–25.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1999. Design Principles and Threats to Sustainable Organizations that Manage Commons. Paper for electronic conference on Small Farmer's Economic Organizations, organized by Julio A. Berdegue. Santiago, Chile, March 15–April 30.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1999. Complexity and Rules as Commitment Devices. Presentation at the conference on The Biology of Belief: Has Evolution Shaped a Capacity for Strategic Subjective Commitment? University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, April 9–10.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1999. Context and Collective Action: Four Interactive Building Blocks for a Family of Explanatory Theories. Plenary address at the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences (APLS), Atlanta, Georgia, September 2–5; Keynote speech at the International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE), Washington, D.C., Sept. 17–18.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1999. Crowding Out Citizenship. Acceptance address upon receipt of the Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science from the Skytte Foundation, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, Oct. 2.

Schweik, Charles. 1999. The Use of Remote Sensing and GIS for Natural Resource Management and Policy Analysis. Presentation at Resource Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, October.

Schweik, Charles, and Craig Thomas. 1999. Lizards and LANDSAT: Using Remote Sensing Data to Monitor Habitat Conservation Planning. Presentation at the Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, October.

Thomas, Craig W., and Charles Schweik. 1999. Regulatory Compliance under the Endangered Species Act: A Time-Series Analysis of Habitat Conservation Planning Using Remote-Sensing Data. Paper presented at the Twenty-First Annual Research Conference of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), Washington Monarch Hotel, Washington, D.C., Nov. 4–6.

Tucker, Catherine. 1999. Factors Influencing Forest Change and Conservation in Western Honduras. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology and the Political Ecology Society, Tucson, Ariz., April 21–24.

Tucker, Catherine. 1999. Indigenous Property Rights, National Policies, and Development in Honduras. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Ill., November 17–21.

Presentations in 1998

Brondizio, Eduardo. 1998. Human and Physical Dimensions of Land Use and Cover Change in Amazônia: Forest Regeneration and Landscape Structure. Paper presented at the Second Science Meeting of the NASA Land Cover and Land Use Program, Airlie House, Va., March 30–April 1.

Brondizio, Eduardo. 1998. Abordagens Multi-Escalares no Estudo de Uso da Terra na Amazônia (Multi-scale approaches to the study of land use in Amazonia). Lecture at ISA (Social and Environmental Institute), São Paulo, SP, Brazil, Sept. 4.

Brondizio, Eduardo. 1998. Abordagens Multi-Escalares no Estudo de Uso da Terra na Amazônia (Multi-Scale Approaches to the Study of Land Use in Amazonia). Lecture at Geosciences Institute, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, Sept. 11.

Brondizio, Eduardo, Stephen D. McCracken, Donald Nelson, Emilio Moran, and Andrea Siqueira. 1998. Pre- and Post-Colonization Land Use in an Amazonian Frontier. Presentation at The Earth's Changing Land, GCTE-LUCC Open Science Conference on Global Change, Barcelona, Spain, March 14–18.

Brondizio, Eduardo, and Andrea Siqueira. 1998. Desmatamento e Uso da Terra na Amazônia (Deforestation and land use in Amazonia). Lecture at NEPAM-UNICAMP (Center for Environmental Research, University of Campinas), Campinas, SP, Brazil, Sept. 2.

Castellanos, E. J. and J. C. Randolph. 1998. Microclimate effects on the quantity and quality of soil organic carbon induced by topography in temperate deciduous forests. Abstract in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79:154.

de Castro, Fabio. 1998. Landscape Diversity, Local Power, and the Appropriation of Natural Resource in the Lower Amazonian Floodplain. Presentation at the Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP), Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June 4–8.

de Castro, Fabio. 1998. From Myths to Rules: Evolution of Local Management in the Amazonian Floodplain. Presentation at the American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 2–4.

Croissant, Cynthia. 1998. Remote Sensing and the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework. Presented at miniconference at the Workshop in Political Theory, Indiana University-Bloomington.

Croissant, Cynthia. 1998. Roads, Towns, and Forests: A Study Measuring the Area of Advanced Secondary Succession Forest Near Sotuta, Yucatan, Mexico. Paper presented to the Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change (ACT), Indiana University-Bloomington, May.

Dodds, David. 1998. Components of Population Growth among Three Indigenous Peoples of the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Chicago Ill., April 2–4.

Dodds, David. 1998. Assessing Indigenous Deforestation in Eastern Honduras. Invited paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Chicago Ill., Sept. 25.

Dodds, David. 1998. Miskito Foods, Miskito Forests: Introduced Crops and the Alteration of an Indigenous Landscape. Invited paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 5.

Ehman, J. L., J. C. Randolph, R. B. Slusher, and E. J. Castellanos. 1998. Measuring the interannual variability of leaf litterfall across a deciduous forest chronosequence. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79:163.

Entwisle, B., R. Rindfuss, S. Walsh, and Thomas Evans. 1998. Satellite Data and Social Demographic Research. Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Chicago, Ill.

Evans, Thomas. 1998. Spatial Modeling of Community Boundaries in Northeast Thailand. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers 1998 Conference, Boston, Mass.

Gibson, Clark, David Dodds, and Paul Turner. 1998. When is an Open-Access Forest Healthy? Dependence, Scarcity, and Collective Action in Eastern Guatemala. Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP), Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June 7.

Gibson, Clark, Elinor Ostrom, and Toh-Kyeong Ahn. 1998. Scaling Issues in the Social Sciences. A Report for the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, IHDP Working Paper No. 1. Bonn, Germany: IHDP.

Green, Glen, Ingrid Porten, Robert Sussman, and Sara Ivie. 1998. Using LANDSAT images to estimate habitat Loss in the dry forests of Southern Madagascar and the distribution and density of the Ringtail Lemur (Lemur catta). Abstract and poster presented at The Seventh World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species—Linking Zoo and Field Research to Advance Conservation, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 22–26.

Green, Glen. 1998. A Strategy to Map the Distribution and Density of Lemur catta in Southwestern Madagascar Using Field Data and LANDSAT Images. Presented at the St. Louis Zoo, Dec. 2.

Kauneckis, Derek. 1998. The Political Economy of Environmental Nongovernmental Organizations: Donors, Funding and Strategic Actors. Presented at the International Society for the Study of Common Property, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June. (Honorable Mention, Runner-up for Best Student Paper)

Koontz, Tomas. 1998. The Role of Institutions in Shaping Forest Cover: Linking Satellite Images to Individual Activities. Western Political Science Association.

Koontz, Tomas. 1998. The Role of Citizen Communities in Shaping U.S. Public Forest Policy: Why Government Jurisdiction Matters. Poster presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Mass., September.

Koontz, Tomas. 1998. Using the IAD Framework to Explore Devolution of Public Forest Management. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Research Conference, New York, N.Y., October.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1998. Chair for Panel on Households, Communities, and Forests in the Western Hemisphere, XXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Chicago, Ill., Sept. 24–26.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1998. Does Tenure Matter? Property Rights and Forest Conditions in Eastern Guatemala. Paper presented at the 5th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 15–19. (with Clark Gibson)

Lehoucq, Fabrice, and David Wall. 1998. Electoral Incentives under Proportional Representation: A Statistical Test. Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Ill., April 23–25.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1998. Remote Sensing, GIS and Sample Surveys: An Example from the Brazilian Amazon. Presentation at the Fifth Annual Demography Graduate Student's Methodology Workshop on Geographic Information Analysis, The Population Research Institute (PRI), Pennsylvania State University, State College, May 19.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1998. Demografia da Família e Desmatamento na Amazônia (Demography of the family and deforestation in Amazonia). Seminar at NAEA-UFPA (Center for the Study of the Lower Amazon, Federal University of Pará), Belém, Pará, Brazil, Dec. 8.

McCracken, Stephen, Eduardo Brondizio, Emilio Moran, Donald Nelson, Andrea Siqueira, and Carlos Rodrigues-Pedraza. 1998. The Use of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Collection of Survey Data on Households and Land Use: Examples from the Agricultural Frontier of the Brazilian Amazon. Paper presented at the IX Brazilian Remote Sensing Symposium, Santos, S.P., Brazil, Sept. 11–18. (presented by Eduardo Brondizio)

McCracken, Stephen, Emilio Moran, Eduardo Brondizio, Donald Nelson, and Andrea Siqueira. 1998. Remote Sensing, GIS, and Farm Property Boundaries: Can Analysis of Farm Properties Help Us to Better Understand Landscape Change? Paper presented at the 94th Annual Meetings of American Geographers, Boston, Mass., March 22–29.

McCracken, Stephen, Emilio Moran, Eduardo Brondizio, Donald Nelson, and Andrea Siqueira. 1998. Use of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Collection of Survey Data on Households and Land Use: Observations and an Example from an Agricultural Frontier of the Brazilian Amazon. Paper presented at GIS and Spatial Methods in Demography session, Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Chicago, Ill., April 2–4.

McCracken, Stephen, Emilio Moran, Eduardo Brondizio, Donald Nelson, and Andrea Siqueira. 1998. Sensoramento Remoto e SIG no Estudo Socio-Demografico na Fronteira Agricola: O Caso de Altamira, Pará. Paper presented at the XI Encontro Nacional de Estudos Populacionais (National Meeting of Population Studies), Associação Brasileira de Estudos Populacionais (ABEP - Brazilian Association of Population Studies), Caxambu, Minas Gerais, Oct. 19–24.

Moran, Emilio. 1998. Strategies for Amazonian Forest Restoration. Presented at the International Conference on Amazonia 2000, University of London, June 25–26.

Moran, Emilio. 1998. The Development Encounter and Academic Anthropology. Presented at the 14th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences at College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., July 30.

Moran, Emilio. 1998. Succession at Five Amazonia Sites. CPTEC/LBA. Cachoeira Paulista, SP, Brazil, Aug. 17.

Moran, Emilio. 1998. Deforestation in the Amazon: Landscape and Household Levels of Analysis. Distinguished Speaker Series, jointly sponsored by Department of Anthropology and Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, Oct. 30.

Moran, Emilio, and Eduardo Brondizio. 1998. Human and Physical Dimensions of Land Use in Amazônia. Lecture presented at CPTEC/INPE (Weather Forecasting Center/National Institute for Space Research) and LBA Office (Large-Scale Biosphere Atmosphere Experiment in Amazônia), Cachoeira Paulista, SP, Brazil, August 17.

Moran, Emilio, Elinor Ostrom, and J. C. Randolph. 1998. A Multilevel Approach to Studying Global Environmental Change in Forest Ecosystems.(Adobe PDF File, 1/5/98) Presentation at The Earth's Changing Land, GCTE-LUCC Open Science Conference on Global Change, Barcelona, Spain, March 14–18.

Moran, Emilio, Elinor Ostrom, and J. C. Randolph. 1998. A Multilevel Approach to Studying Global Environmental Change in Forest Ecosystems.(Adobe PDF File, 1/5/98) Presented at the 14th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences at College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., July 31.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1998. The Contested Role of Heterogeneity (with George Varughese). Paper presented at the first meeting of the MacArthur Inequality and Economic Research Performance Network, MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 30–Nov. 1.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1998. Coping with Tragedies of the Commons. Paper presented at the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences annual meeting, Boston, Mass., Sept. 3–6.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1998. How Communities Solve Social Dilemmas. Presentation for a workshop on The Structure and Dynamics of Institutions, Columbia University, New York, N.Y., April 8 (joint presentation with Samuel Bowles, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts).

Ostrom, Elinor. 1998. How Some Communities Have Avoided the Tragedy of the Commons (translated into Italian). Paper prepared for the Third Annual Meeting held by the Center for Studies and Documentation on Common Properties of the University of Trento, Italy, Nov. 12–13.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1998. Why are Some Common-Pool Resources Sustainably Governed? Keynote speech at Human Development and Collective Action: Fresh Concerns and Opportunities, 30th Anniversary celebration of the Special Program for Urban and Regional Studies (SPURS), Department of Urban Studies and planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oct. 30.

Randolph, J. C., Emilio Moran, J. L. Ehman, and E. J. Castellanos. 1998. Comparative carbon dynamics of second-growth forests in eastern Brazil and midwestern United States in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79: 207.

Schweik, Charles. 1998. The Promise of Spectral Mixture Analysis for Forest Policy and Management. Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), New York, N.Y., Oct. 29–31.

Silva-Forsberg, Maria Clara. 1998. Urbanization, Deforestation and Forest Conservation in Urban Areas. Paper presented at the XXI Latin American Studies Association (LASA) International Congress, Chicago, Ill., Sept. 24–26.

Siqueira, Andrea, Stephen McCracken, Emilio Moran, and Eduardo Brondizio. 1998. Small Farmers and Land Use in the Amazon: A Preliminary Analysis of Households in the Altamira Region, Pará, Brazil. Paper presented at the XXI Latin American Studies Association (LASA) International Meeting, Chicago, Ill., Sept. 24–26.

Southworth, Jane, and J. C. Randolph. 1998. The implications of current and future climate variability on crop growth in the midwestern region of the United States. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79:219.

Tucker, Catherine. 1998. A Comparative Study of Variables Influencing Forest Transformations in Latin America. Presented at the 5th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 18.

Tucker, Catherine. 1998. Evaluating a Common Property Institution: Design Principles and Forest Management in a Honduran Community. Presented at the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP) Meeting in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June 13.

Tucker, Catherine. 1998. Forest Transformations and National Policies: A Western Honduras Case Study. Presented at the Latin American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Sept. 25.

Tucker, Catherine. 1998. Forests and Livelihood in a Honduran Community. Diálogo, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Feb. 19.

Tucker, Joanna, Emilio Moran, and Eduard Brondizio. 1998. Rates of Forest Regrowth in Eastern Amazonia: A Comparison of Altamira and Bragantina Regions, Para State, Brazil. Interciencia 23(2):64–73.

Presentations in 1997

Brondizio, Eduardo, and Stephen D. McCracken. 1997. The Social Causes and Consequences of Deforestation. Guest lecture in Contemporary Latin America: A Social Science Perspective (Fall 1997, Prof. Raul Saba), University of Arizona, Tucson, Sept. 15.

Castellanos, E. J., J. C. Randolph, J. L. Ehman, and J. J. Johnston. 1997. Topographical and successional effects on soil organic carbon pools in temperate-hardwood forests. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78:232.

Ehman, J. L., J. C. Randolph, J. J. Johnston, E. J. Castellanos, and R. B. Slusher. 1997. Spatial and temporal nariation of leaf litterfall across a hardwood-forest chronosequence. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78: 243.

Johnston, J. J., J. C. Randolph, J. L. Ehman, E. J. Castellanos, and J. R. Michael. 1997. Topographic and successional effects on aboveground tree biomass in temperate deciduous forests. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78:265.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1997. Institutionalizing Democracy: Electoral Reform and Suffrage Expansion in Comparative Perspective. Paper presented at the Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., August.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 1997. Voter Turnout in New Democracies: Guatemala, 1985-95 (with David L. Wall). Paper presented at the XX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Guadalajara, Mexico, April.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1997. Migração, Família e Desmatamento na Amazônia. (Migration, family, and deforestation in Amazonia). Occasional Seminar, NEPAM/NEPO-UNICAMP (Center for Environmental Research/Population Studies Center, University of Campinas), Campinas, SP, Brazil, May 22.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1997. O Ciclo da Vida e Desmatamento na Amazônia. (Life cycle and deforestation in Amazonia). Internal Seminar, Center for Regional Planning and Development (CEDEPLAR), Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, May 26.

McCracken, Stephen D., Eduardo Brondizio, Andrea Siqueira, and Donald Nelson. 1997. Amazonian Deforestation and Domestic Life Cycles of Households in a Frontier Area. Part I: Conceptual Aspects of the Research Project; Part II: Methods and Pre-Field Analysis. Latin American Studies Seminar, University of Arizona, Tucson, Sept. 24 and Oct. 8.

Michael, J.R., J.C. Randolph, and R.B. Slusher. 1997. Photosynthetic rates in secondary-successional tree species in the eastern Amazon. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 78:284.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. Amazonian Deforestation: Rates and Processes. Presentation at Contemporary Latin America: A Social Science Perspective, University of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 27.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. Studies of Secondary Succession in Amazonia. Colloquium Series on Global Change in the Americas, Institute for the Study of Planet Earth, University of Arizona, Tucson, February.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. On-going Studies of Deforestation, Land Use, and Secondary Succession in the Brazilian Amazon. Latin American Colloquium Series, Graduate Seminar, Feb. 10.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. Studying the Human Dimensions of Forest Ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere. Distinguished Speaker Series, Center for Integrated Study of the Human Dimension of Global Change, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa., April 14.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. Strategies for Strengthening Environmental Monitoring in Latin America. Conference on Environmental Monitoring in Latin America, sponsored by Tinker Foundation, Miami, Fla., April 24–27.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households. CIPEC Colloquium, Indiana University-Bloomington, Sept. 29.

Moran, Emilio. 1997. The Development Encounter and Academic Anthropology. Invited session on Development and the Anthropological Encounter in the 21st Century, annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., Nov. 20.

Moran, Emilio, Elinor Ostrom, and J. C. Randolph. 1997. A Multilevel Approach to Studying Global Environmental Change in Forest Ecosystems. Paper presented at the Fifth Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 15–19.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Presentation on institutional analysis—discussion of frameworks, theories, models. The World Bank, Washington, D.C., March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Self-Governance of Common-Pool Resources. Presentation at the National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Voting on Allocation Rules for Common-Pool Resources. Paper presented at the panel on States, Property Rights, and the Management of Natural Resources, Western Political Science Association annual meeting, Tucson, Ariz., March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Overcoming the Tragedy of a Dominant Theory. APSA Presidential Address presented at the Western Political Science Association annual meetings, Tucson, Ariz., March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Voting on Allocation Rules in a Commons: Predictive Theories and Experimental Results (with James Walker, Roy Gardner, and Andrew Herr). Paper presented at the Western Political Science Association annual meeting, Tucson, Ariz., March. Also the basis of a presentation at Rice University, Houston, Texas, March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Private and Common Property Rights. Presentation at Texas A&M University, College Station, March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Coping with Social Dilemmas. Plenary address at the Southwestern Political Science Association meetings, New Orleans, La., March.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Presentation on institutional analysis, presenting several models and empirical results from tests conducted in several settings, The World Bank, Washington, D.C., April.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Talk on local institutions and theoretical issues, MacArthur Foundation meeting, Sante Fe, N.Mex., May.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Some Organizing Thoughts on the Comparison of Private and Common Property Rights. Paper prepared for discussion on Land Reform Revisited: Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action, UNU/Wider Project meeting, Helsinki, Finland, May-June.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Closing address, Ralph Bunche Summer Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, July.

Ostrom, Elinor (Chair). 1997. State of the Discipline Panel on Order, International Political Science Association XVII World Congress, August.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997a. A Behavioral Approach to the Rational Choice Theory of Collective Action. Presidential Address to the American Political Science Association annual meetings, Washington, D.C., August.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. The Comparative Study of Public Economies. Acceptance paper for the Frank E. Seidman Distinguished Award in Political Economy, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tenn., September.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Coordination Failure: The Role of Risk Dominance, Payoff Dominance, Social History, and Reputation (with David Schmidt, Robert Shupp, and James Walker). Paper presented at the conference on Behavioral Evidence on Trust, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, N.Y., November.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. What Makes for Successful Institutions to Govern Common-Pool Resources. Paper presented at the conference on Local Institutions for Forest Management: How Can Research Make a Difference? Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia, November.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Reciprocity, Cooperation, and Collective Action. Public lecture in Politics and Public Administration in celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Hong Kong, November.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Toward a Revised Theory of Collective Action. Faculty seminar to the Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong, November.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Institutional Analysis and the International Forestry Resources and Institutions Research Program. Discussions with the Minister of the Environment and Natural Resources (Mexico), Ms. Julia Carabis, and her staff, Mexico City, Mexico, December.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. The Comparative Study of Public Economies. Presented at Colloquium III - Federalism: From Theory to Practice, Pachuca, Hildago, Mexico, December.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1997. Public Economics and Federal Systems. Faculty seminar presented at the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciéncias Sociales (FLACSO), Mexico City, Mexico, December.

Park, Soohong. 1997. Implementation of a Spatial Diffusion Model Using an Integrated Cellular Automata-Geographic Information System. Department of Geography colloquium, Indiana Unviersity-Bloomington, January.

Randolph, J. C., R. B. Slusher, E. J. Castellanos, and J. R. Michael. 1997. Litterfall and decomposition in second growth forests in the eastern Amazon. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78:299.

Schweik, Charles. 1997. Using Spatial Information to Understand Forest Change and Community Dynamics: A Case From Nepal. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Conference on South Asia, Center for South Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October.

Silva-Forsberg, Maria Clara and M. Gordo. 1997. Effect of Manaus Urbanization on Plant and Vertebrate Species. Presented at the Department of Biology, Universidade da Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil, June.

Southworth, Jane, A. C. Honea-Floyd, J. J. Johnston, and J.C. Randolph. 1997. The potential use of LANDSAT thermal-band imagery for land-use-classification verification in remote areas. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78:315.

Tucker, Catherine. 1997. Bosques Comunales en la Vida Cotidiana de La Campa, Honduras. Presentation at the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Biology, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, Honduras, July.

Tucker, Catherine. 1997. Of Pottery, Fences, and Forests: Common Property Transformations in a Honduran Community. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C., November.

Tucker, Catherine. 1997. What's the Difference between Private and Communal Forests? Linking Data from Satellite Images, Vegetation Analysis, and Household Surveys in a Honduran Community. Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change Colloquium, Indiana University-Bloomington, December.

Presentations in 1996

Dodds, David. 1996. The Miskito in Demographic Transition: High Fertility and Declining Mortality in an Amerindian Population. Presented at Anthropological Demography (Mark Jenike and David Dodds, co-organizers), 95th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, Calif., November.

Dodds, David. 1996. Are the Miskito in Demographic Transition? The Relevance of Scale, Periods, and Cohorts for Assessing Trends in an Amerindian Population. Invited Lecture, Seminar Series of the Population Institute for Research and Training, Indiana University-Bloomington, December.

Ehman, J. L., J. C. Randolph, J. J. Johnston, and B. Offerle. 1996. Characterizing spatial heterogeneity in litterfall quality inclearcut regrowth. Abstract in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:126.

Gibson, Clark. 1996. IFRI: A Method to Understand the Relationship between People and Forests. Presented in a graduate course on Research Methods, International Programs, Indiana University-Bloomington, October.

Gibson, Clark, David Dodds, Paul Turner, and P. Moreno. 1996. The Community of Moran and Its Forest. Presented to FLACSO, Guatemala City, Guatemala, October.

Gibson, Clark, Robin Humphrey, Joby Jerrells, and Elinor Ostrom. 1996. Briefing Report. Presented to the Second Annual Meeting of the International Forestry Resources and Institutions Collaborating Research Centers, University of California, Berkeley, June.

Gibson, Clark, Margaret McKean, and Elinor Ostrom. 1996. Explaining Deforestation: The Role of Local Institutions. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, University of California, Berkeley, June.

Gibson, Clark, Rajendra Shrestha, Abwoli Banana, and Rosario Leon. 1996. Panel presentation of results from IFRI collaborators, 6th Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, University of California, Berkeley, June.

Green, Glen. 1996. Limitations of Remotely Sensed Vegetation Indices. Presentation given at workshop on Global Climate Change: "Scientific Uncertainties and Environmental Implications." Department of Geography, Indiana University-Bloomington, October.

Jerrells, Joby. 1996. Human Dimensions of Global Change: A New Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change. Presented to the Cornell International Institute for Food and Agriculture Development (CIIFAD), April.

Johnston, J. J., J. C. Randolph, J. L. Ehman, and B. Offerle. 1996. Carbon sequestration in central hardwood clearcut regrowth: Scaling estimates from plot to landscape. Abstract in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 77:220. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Providence, R.I.

McCracken, Stephen D. 1996. Household Structure, Migration, and Deforestation. CIPEC Seminar Series No. 1, Center for the Study of Institutions, Population, and Environmental Change (CIPEC), Indiana University-Bloomington, Jan. 29.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. Research Project in Yucatan. Presented to the professional staff at the Center for Advanced Studies, CINVESTAV, Merida, Mexico, May.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. Human Ecology and Studies of Global Environmental Change: Methods and Objectives. Public lecture given at CINVESTAV, Merida, Mexico, May.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. Integration of Methods for Study of Vegetation: Human Sciences and Remote Sensing. Presented at the Center for Research on Yucatan (CICY), Merida, Mexico, June.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. The Impact of Globalization on the Amazon. Presented at the III Workshop of the Ajusco, Colegio de Mexico and UNEP, Mexico City, Sept. 2–4.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. Secondary Succession in the Amazon. Presented at the Workshop on Global Climate Change: Scientific Uncertainties and Environmental Implications. Indiana University-Bloomington, October.

Moran, Emilio. 1996. Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households. Presented at the Workshop on Population and Environment, sponsored by NICHD, Washington, D.C., October.

Moran, Emilio, and Eduardo Brondizio. 1996. Land Use Change in the Amazon Basin. Presented at the workshop on Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, sponsored by NASA and the National Academy of Sciences' Panel, November.

Moran, Emilio, and Stephen D. McCracken. 1996. Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of Households. Presented at The Workshop on Population and the Environment, The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), National Institutes of Health Campus, Bethesda, Md., Oct. 28–29.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Institutional Rational Choice: An Assessment of the IAD Framework. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, Calif., August.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Institutional Analysis and Institutional Change. Public Lecture, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, September.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Human Institutions, Behavior, and Optimality. Paper presented at the Symposium on Economic Aspects of Behavior in Animal and Man, Jean-Marie Delwart Foundation, Pellenberg, Belgium, October.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Initial Policy-Relevant Findings from IFRI Research. Presented at the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, FAO Rome, November.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Analyzing the Impact of Institutions on Policy Outcomes. Public Lecture, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., November.

Ostrom, Elinor, and Mary Beth Wertime. 1996. Building Research Capabilities While Studying the Impacts of Institutions on Deforestation. Paper presented at the Experience Workshop on Capacity Building of Environmental Economics in Developing Countries, Gothenberg, Sweden, May.

Ostrom, Elinor. 1996. Theories of Sustainable Democratic Federal Systems. Presented at the Conference on Reflections on the Legislative Agenda of Federalism, Oaxaca, Mexico, December.

Randolph, J. C., R. B. Slusher, Emilio Moran, and Eduardo Brondizio. 1996. Primary production, litterfall, and decomposition in second-growth forests in the eastern Amazon. Abstract in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:767.

Silva-Forsberg, Maria Clara. 1996. The Contemporary Occupation of the Amazon: Its Influence on Caboclo's Social Organizations and Identity. Paper presented at Re-visioning the Brazilian Amazon Peasantries: Conflict, Ecology, and Beyond, annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, Calif., November.

Schweik, Charles M. 1996. The Spatial Analysis of Natural Resources in East Chitwan, Nepal: Conceptual Issues and a Multi-Scale Research Program. Presented at the conference on "Participation, People, and Sustainable Development: Understanding the Dynamics of Natural Resource Systems," Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences (IAAS), Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal, March 17–20.

Tucker, Catherine. 1996. The Political Ecology of Communal Forest Transformation in a Western Honduran Community. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, Calif., November.