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Brondizio ES, Moran EF, Mausel P, Wu Y. (1994) Land use change in the Amazon Estuary: Patterns of caboclo settlement and landscape management. Human Ecology, 22, 249-278.

Moran EF, Brondizio E, Mausel P. (1994) Secondary Succession. Research & Exploration, 10, 458-476. (abstract)

Moran EF, Brondizio E, Mausel P, Wu Y. (1994) Integrating Amazonian Vegetation, Land-Use, and Satellite Data. Bioscience, 44, 329-338.

Brondizio E, Moran E, Mausel P, Wu Y. (1996) Land cover in the Amazon estuary: Linking of the thematic mapper with botanical and historical data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 62, 921-929. (abstract)

Brondizio ES, Neves WA. Populacoes caboclas do estuario do amazonas: percepcao do ambiente natural, in Uma estrategia latino-americana para a Amazonia, edited by Crodowaldo Pavan, pp. 167-182, Editora Unesp, 1997.

Brondizio ES, Siqueira AD. From extractivists to forest farmers: changing concepts of caboclo agroforestry in the Amazon estuary., in Research in economic anthropology, edited by Isaac BL, pp. 233-239, Jai press Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut, 1997.

Moran EF, Brondizio ES. Land use change after deforestation in Amazonia, in People and pixels: linking remote sensing and social science, edited by Liverman D, Moran EF, Rindfull RR and Stern PC, pp. 94-120, National Academic Press, Washington, DC, 1998.

Tucker J, Brondizio ES, Moran EF. (1998) Rates of forest regrowth in Eastern Amazonia: A comparsion of Altamira and Bragantina Regions, Para State, Brazil. Interciencia, 23, 1-10.

Brondizio ES. Agroforestry Intensification in the Amazon Estuary, in Managing The Globalized Environment: Local Strategies to Secure Livelihoods., edited by T.Granfelt, pp. 88-113, Intermediate Technology Publications, London, 1999.

McCracken SD, Brondizio ES, Nelson D, Moran EF, Siqueira AD, Rodriguez-Pedraza C. (1999) Remote sensing and GIS at farm property level: Demography and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 65, 1311-1320. (abstract)

Batistella M, Brondizio E, Moran E. (2000) Comparative analysis of landscape fragmentation in Rondonia, Brazilian Amazon. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 33, 148-155.

Moran EF, Brondizio ES, Tucker JM, Silva-Forsberg MC, McCracken S, Falesi I. (2000) Effects of soil fertility and land-use on forest succession in Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management, 139, 93-108. (abstract)

Moran EFBE, Tucker J, Silva-Forsberg MC, Falesi I, McCracken S. Strategies for Amazonian Forest Restoration: Evidence for Afforestation in Five Regions of the Brazilian Amazon, in Amazonia at the Crossroads, edited by A.Hill, pp. 129-149, London, 2000.

Walker R, Moran EF, Anselin L. (2000) Deforestation and cattle ranching in the Brazilian Amazon: external capital and household processes. World Development, 28, 683-699.

Evans TP, Manire A, de Castro F, Brondizio E, McCracken S. (2001) A dynamic model of household decision-making and parcel level landcover change in the eastern Amazon. Ecological Modelling, 143, 95-113. (abstract)

Moran EF, Brondizio ES. Human Ecology from Space: Ecological Anthropology engages the study of global environment change, in Ecology and the Sacred: Engaging the Anthropology of Roy A. Rappaport, edited by M.Lambek and E.Messer, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2001.

Brondizio E, McCracken SD, Moran EF, Siquiera AD, Nelson DR, Rodriguez-Pedraza C. The Colonist Footprint: Toward a Conceptual Framework of Deforestation Trajectories Among Small Farmers in Frontier Amazonia, in Deforestation and Land Use in the Amazon, edited by Wood C and Porro R, pp. 133-161, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2002.

Brondizio ES. La dimension humana de la vegetation secundaria en la amazonia., in Ecologia y conservacion de bosques neotropicales, edited by Guariguata M, Libro Universitario Regional, Cartago, Costa Rica, 2002.

Brondizio ES, Safar CAM, Siqueira AD. (2002) The urban market of Acai fruit (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) and rural land use change: Ethnographic insights into the role of price and land tenure constraining agricultural choices in the Amazon estuary. Urban Ecosystems, 6, 67-97.

Castro F, Silva-Forsberg MC, Wilson W, Brondizio E, Moran EF. (2002) The Use of Remotely-Sensed Data in Rapid Rural Assessment. Field Methods, 14, 243-269.

Evans TP, Moran EF. (2002) Spatial integration of social and biophysical factors related to landcover change. In Supplement Population and Environment: Methods of Analysis. Population and Development Review, 28, 165-186.

Lim KP, Deadman EF, Moran EF, Brondizio E, McCracken S. Agent-Based Simulations of Household Decision Making and Land Use Change near Altamira, Brazil, in Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Agent-Based Modeling Techniques for Simulating Social and Ecological Processes, edited by H.Randy Gimblet, pp. 277-310, Oxford University Press, 2002.

Lu D, Mausel P, Brondizio E, Moran E. (2002) Assessment of atmospheric correction methods for Landsat TM data applicable to Amazon basin LBA research. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23, 2651-2671. (abstract)

Lu D, Moran E, Mausel P. (2002) Linking amazonian secondary succession forest growth to soil properties. Land Degradation & Development, 13, 331-343. (abstract)

Lu DP, Mausel P, Brondizio ES, Moran EF. Above-ground Biomass Estimation of Successional and Mature Forests Using TM Images in the Amazon Basin, in Advances in Spatial Data Handling, edited by D.Richardson and P.van Oosterom, pp. 183-196, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2002.

McCracken SA, Siqueira E, Moran E, Brondizio E. Land Use Patterns on an Agricultural Frontier in Brazil: Insights and Examples from a Demographic Perspective, in Deforestation and Land Use in the Amazon, edited by Wood CH and Porro R, pp. 162-192, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 2002.

McCracken SD, Boucek B, Moran EF. Deforestation Trajectories in a Frontier Region of the Brazilian Amazon, in Linking People, Place, and Policy: A GIScience Approach, edited by S.J.Walsh and K.Crews-Meyer, pp. 215-234, Dluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2002.

Moran EF, Brondizio ES, McCracken S. Trajectories of Land Use: Soils, Succession, and Crop Choice, in Deforestation and Land Use in the Amazon, edited by C.H.Wood and R.Porro, pp. 193-217, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2002.

Batistella M, Robeson S, Moran EF. (2003) Settlement design, forest fragmentation, and landscape change in Rondonia, Amazonia. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 69, 805-812. (abstract)

Futemma C, Brondizio ES. (2003) Land reform and land use changes in the lower Amazon: implications for agricultural intensification. Human Ecology, 31, 369-402.

Lu DS, Mausel P, Brondizio E, Moran E. (2003) Classification of successional forest stages in the Brazilian Amazon basin. Forest Ecology and Management, 181, 301-312. (abstract)

Lu DS, Moran E, Batistella M. (2003) Linear mixture model applied to Amazonian vegetation classification. Remote Sensing of Environment, 87, 456-469. (abstract)

Moran EF, Siqueira AS, Brondizio ES. Household Demographic Structure and it\'s Relationship to the Amazon Basin, in People and the Environment: Approaches to Linking Household and Community Surveys to Remote Sensing and GIS, edited by J.Fox VMRRaSW, pp. 1-30, Kluwer Academic Press, 2003.

Siquiera A, McCracken SD, Brondizio ES, Moran EF. Women and Work in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier, in Gender at Work in Economic Life, edited by Gracia Clark, pp. 243-267, Altamira Press, New York, 2003.

Batistella M, Brondizio E. Uma estrategia integrada de analise e monitoramento do impacto ambiental de assentamentos rurais na Amazonia, in Avaliacao e Contabilizacao de Impactos Ambientais, pp. 74-86, Editora Unicamp, 2004.

Boucek B, Moran EF. Inferring the behavior of households from remotely sensed changes in land cover. Current methods and future directions., in Spatially Integrated Social Science, edited by Goodchild MF and Janelle DG, pp. 23-47, Oxford University Press, 2004.

Brondizio ES. From staple to fashion food: shifting cycles and shifting opportunities in the development of the acai fruit (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) economy in the Amazon estuary, in Working forests in the American tropics: Conservation through sustainable management?, edited by Zarin D, pp. 339-365, Columbia University Press, New York, 2004.

Brondizio ES. (2004) Agriculture intensification, economic identity, and shared invisibility in Amazonian peasantry: Caboclos and colonists in comparative perspective. Culture and Agriculture, 26, 1-20.

Deadman E, Robinson D, Moran E, Brondizio ES. (2004) Colonist household decisionmaking and land-use change in the Amazon Rainforest: An agent-based simulation. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31, 693-709.

Lu D, Batistella M, Moran E, Mausel P. (2004) Application of spectral mixture analysis to Amazonian land-use and land-cover classification. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25, 5345-5358. (abstract)

Lu D, Li G, Valladares GS, Batistella M. (2004) Mapping soil erosion risk in Rondonia, Brazilian Amazonia: Using RULSE, remote sensing and GIS. Land Degradation & Development, 15, 499-512. (abstract)

Lu D, Mausel P, Brondizio E, Moran E. (2004) Change detection techniques. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25, 2365-2407. (abstract)

Lu DS, Batistella M, Moran E. (2004) Multitemporal spectral mixture analysis for Amazonian land-cover change detection. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 30, 87-100. (abstract)

Lu DS, Mausel P, Batistella M, Moran E. (2004) Comparison of land-cover classification methods in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 70, 723-731. (abstract)

Lu DS, Mausel P, Brondizio E, Moran E. (2004) Relationships between forest stand parameters and Landsat TM spectral responses in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. Forest Ecology and Management, 198, 149-167. (abstract)

Wessels KJ, De Fries RS, Dempewolf J, Anderson LO, Hansen AJ, Powell SL, Moran EF. (2004) Mapping regional land cover with MODIS data for biological conservation: Examples from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA and Para State, Brazil. Remote Sensing of Environment, 92, 67-83. (abstract)

Brondizio ES. Intra-regional analysis of land use change in the Amazon, in Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-environment Interactions in Forest Ecosystems, edited by Moran EF and Ostrom E, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2005.

Lu D, Mausel P, Batistella M, Moran E. (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, 101-114. (abstract)


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