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David Lopez-Carr
David Lopez-Carr
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Deforestation and reforestation of l atin a merica and the c aribbean (2001–2010)
TM Aide, ML Clark, HR Grau, D López‐Carr, MA Levy, D Redo, ...
Biotropica 45 (2), 262-271, 2013
8692013
Population and environment
A De Sherbinin, D Carr, S Cassels, L Jiang
Annual review of environment and resources 32, 345-373, 2007
4982007
Social identity, perception and motivation in adaptation to climate risk in the coffee sector of Chiapas, Mexico
E Frank, H Eakin, D López-Carr
Global environmental change 21 (1), 66-76, 2011
3342011
Population and deforestation: why rural migration matters
D Carr
Progress in Human Geography 33 (3), 355-378, 2009
308*2009
What factors influence participation in payment for ecosystem services programs? An evaluation of Ecuador's SocioPáramo program
LL Bremer, KA Farley, D Lopez-Carr
Land use policy 36, 122-133, 2014
2912014
Proximate population factors and deforestation in tropical agricultural frontiers
DL Carr
Population and environment 25, 585-612, 2004
2782004
Population dynamics and tropical deforestation: state of the debate and conceptual challenges
DL Carr, L Suter, A Barbieri
Population and environment 27, 89-113, 2005
2362005
Gender-specific out-migration, deforestation and urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon
AF Barbieri, DL Carr
Global and Planetary Change 47 (2-4), 99-110, 2005
1862005
Migration, remittances and smallholder decision-making: Implications for land use and livelihood change in Central America
J Davis, D Lopez-Carr
Land use policy 36, 319-329, 2014
1572014
The climate-population nexus in the East African Horn: Emerging degradation trends in rangeland and pastoral livelihood zones
NG Pricope, G Husak, D Lopez-Carr, C Funk, J Michaelsen
Global environmental change 23 (6), 1525-1541, 2013
1562013
Climate change and human health: Spatial modeling of water availability, malnutrition, and livelihoods in Mali, Africa
MM Jankowska, D Lopez-Carr, C Funk, GJ Husak, ZA Chafe
Applied Geography 33, 4-15, 2012
1382012
Migration within the frontier: the second generation colonization in the Ecuadorian Amazon
AF Barbieri, DL Carr, RE Bilsborrow
Population Research and Policy Review 28, 291-320, 2009
1382009
The population, agriculture, and environment nexus in Latin America: country-level evidence from the latter half of the twentieth century
DL Carr, AC Lopez, RE Bilsborrow
Population and environment 30, 222-246, 2009
1302009
Conservation and livelihood outcomes of payment for ecosystem services in the Ecuadorian Andes: What is the potential for ‘win–win’?
LL Bremer, KA Farley, D Lopez-Carr, J Romero
Ecosystem Services 8, 148-165, 2014
1282014
Land cover and land use change analysis using multi-spatial resolution data and object-based image analysis
SI Toure, DA Stow, H Shih, J Weeks, D Lopez-Carr
Remote Sensing of Environment 210, 259-268, 2018
1092018
Population, poverty, environment, and climate dynamics in the developing world
J Bremner, D López-Carr, L Suter, J Davis
Interdisciplinary Environmental Review 11 (2), 112-126, 2010
1072010
Deforestation drivers: population, migration, and tropical land use
D López-Carr, J Burgdorfer
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 55 (1), 3-11, 2013
1052013
Population, agricultural land use and the environment in developing countries.
RE Bilsborrow, DL Carr, DR Lee, CB Barrett
Tradeoffs or synergies? Agricultural intensification, economic development …, 2001
1042001
Nearly 400 million people are at higher risk of schistosomiasis because dams block the migration of snail-eating river prawns
SH Sokolow, IJ Jones, M Jocque, D La, O Cords, A Knight, A Lund, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
992017
Forest clearing in the Ecuadorian Amazon: a study of patterns over space and time
W Pan, D Carr, A Barbieri, R Bilsborrow, C Suchindran
Population Research and Policy Review 26, 635-659, 2007
992007
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