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Christian Brannstrom
Christian Brannstrom
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Land change in the Brazilian Savanna (Cerrado), 1986–2002: Comparative analysis and implications for land-use policy
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, AM Filippi, D Redo, Z Xu, S Ganesh
Land use policy 25 (4), 579-595, 2008
3372008
Access regimes and regional land change in the Brazilian Cerrado, 1972–2002
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, A Filippi
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (1), 87-111, 2010
1322010
South America's neoliberal agricultural frontiers: places of environmental sacrifice or conservation opportunity?
C Brannstrom
Ambio, 141-149, 2009
1252009
“We Don’t Take the Pledge”: Environmentality and environmental skepticism at the epicenter of US wind energy development
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, N Persons
Geoforum 43 (4), 851-863, 2012
1182012
Social perspectives on wind-power development in West Texas
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, N Persons
The New Geographies of Energy, 150-162, 2013
1132013
Decentralising water resource management in Brazil
C Brannstrom
The European Journal of Development Research 16 (1), 214-234, 2004
942004
Is Brazilian wind power development sustainable? Insights from a review of conflicts in Ceará state
C Brannstrom, A Gorayeb, J de Sousa Mendes, C Loureiro, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 67, 62-71, 2017
922017
Compliance and market exclusion in Brazilian agriculture: Analysis and implications for “soft” governance
C Brannstrom, L Rausch, JC Brown, RMT de Andrade, A Miccolis
Land use policy 29 (2), 357-366, 2012
712012
Study abroad field trip improves test performance through engagement and new social networks
C Houser, C Brannstrom, SM Quiring, KK Lemmons
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (4), 513-528, 2011
682011
The rip current hazard in Costa Rica
I Arozarena, C Houser, AG Echeverria, C Brannstrom
Natural Hazards 77 (2), 753-768, 2015
672015
“You can't see them from sitting here”: Evaluating beach user understanding of a rip current warning sign
C Brannstrom, HL Brown, C Houser, S Trimble, A Santos
Applied Geography 56, 61-70, 2015
642015
A Q-method analysis of environmental governance discourses in Brazil's northeastern soy frontier
C Brannstrom
The Professional Geographer 63 (4), 531-549, 2011
642011
Perception of the rip current hazard on Galveston Island and North Padre Island, Texas, USA
C Brannstrom, S Trimble, A Santos, HL Brown, C Houser
Natural Hazards 72 (2), 1123-1138, 2014
612014
Human modification of stream valleys in the western plateau of São Paulo, Brazil: implications for environmental narratives and management
C Brannstrom, AMS Oliveira
Land Degradation & Development 11 (6), 535-548, 2000
602000
Wind power gone bad: Critiquing wind power planning processes in northeastern Brazil
A Gorayeb, C Brannstrom, AJ de Andrade Meireles, J de Sousa Mendes
Energy research & social science 40, 82-88, 2018
572018
Civil society participation in the decentralisation of Brazil's water resources: Assessing participation in three states
C Brannstrom, J Clarke, M Newport
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 25 (3), 304-321, 2004
542004
Characterizing vegetation cover in global savannas with an annual foliage clumping index derived from the MODIS BRDF product
MJ Hill, MO Román, CB Schaaf, L Hutley, C Brannstrom, A Etter, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (8), 2008-2024, 2011
532011
Land change science, political ecology, and sustainability
C Brannstrom, JM Vadjunec
Routeledge, 2013
492013
Conservation-with-development models in Brazil's agro-pastoral landscapes
C Brannstrom
World Development 29 (8), 1345-1359, 2001
472001
Coffee labor regimes and deforestation on a Brazilian frontier, 1915–1965
C Brannstrom
Economic Geography 76 (4), 326-346, 2000
462000
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