J. Christopher Brown
J. Christopher Brown
University of Kansas, Department of Geography and the Environmental Studies Program
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There’s nothing inherent about scale: political ecology, the local trap, and the politics of development in the Brazilian Amazon
JC Brown, M Purcell
Geoforum 36 (5), 607-624, 2005
Against the local trap: scale and the study of environment and development
M Purcell, JC Brown
Progress in Development Studies 5 (4), 279-297, 2005
Classifying multiyear agricultural land use data from Mato Grosso using time-series MODIS vegetation index data
JC Brown, JH Kastens, AC Coutinho, D de Castro Victoria, CR Bishop
Remote Sensing of Environment 130, 39-50, 2013
Soybean production and conversion of tropical forest in the Brazilian Amazon: The case of Vilhena, Rondonia
JC Brown, M Koeppe, B Coles, KP Price
AMBIO: a Journal of the Human Environment 34 (6), 462-470, 2005
The effect of tropical deforestation on stingless bees of the genus Melipona (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae: Meliponini) in central Rondonia, Brazil
JC Brown, C Albrecht
Journal of Biogeography 28 (5), 623-634, 2001
Multitemporal, moderate-spatial-resolution remote sensing of modern agricultural production and land modification in the Brazilian Amazon
JC Brown, WE Jepson, JH Kastens, BD Wardlow, JM Lomas, KP Price
GIScience & Remote Sensing 44 (2), 117-148, 2007
Soy moratorium impacts on soybean and deforestation dynamics in Mato Grosso, Brazil
J Kastens, JC Brown, A Coutinho, C Bishop, J Esquerdo
PLOS ONE, 2017
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
Spatial distribution of the risk of dengue fever in southeast Brazil, 2006-2007
R Cordeiro, MR Donalisio, VR Andrade, ACN Mafra, LB Nucci, JC Brown, ...
BMC Public Health 11 (1), 355, 2011
Cropland area estimates using Modis NDVI time series in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil
DC Victoria, AR Paz, AC Coutinho, J Kastens, JC Brown
Pesquisa Agropecuįria Brasileira 47 (9), 1270-1278, 2012
Who Gives, Who Receives, and Who Wins? Transforming Capital Into Political Change Through Nongovernmental Organizations
DS Brown, JC Brown, SW Desposato
Comparative Political Studies 41 (1), 24-47, 2008
Intensification in agriculture-forest frontiers: Land use responses to development and conservation policies in Brazil
RD Garrett, I Koh, EF Lambin, YP de Waroux, JH Kastens, JC Brown
Global environmental change 53, 233-243, 2018
Expansion of mechanized agriculture and land-cover change in southern Rondōnia, Brazil
JC Brown, W Jepson, KP Price
Journal of Latin American Geography 3 (1), 96-102, 2004
Factors affecting farmers' willingness to grow alternative biofuel feedstocks across Kansas
MM Caldas, JS Bergtold, JM Peterson, RW Graves, D Earnhart, S Gong, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 66, 223-231, 2014
Responding to deforestation: productive conservation, the World Bank, and beekeeping in Rondonia, Brazil
JC Brown
The Professional Geographer 53 (1), 106-118, 2001
Using an analytic hierarchy process approach to prioritize public policies addressing family farming in Brazil
MA Petrini, JV Rocha, JC Brown, RC Bispo
Land Use Policy 51, 85-94, 2016
Promoting and preventing political change through internationally funded NGO activity
DS Brown, JC Brown, SW Desposato
Latin American Research Review 42 (1), 126-138, 2007
Left turn on Green? The unintended consequences of international funding for sustainable development in Brazil
DS Brown, JC Brown, SW Desposato
Comparative Political Studies 35 (7), 814-838, 2002
Placing local environmental protest within global environmental networks: colonist farmers and sustainable development in the Brazilian Amazon
JC Brown
Shades of Green: Environment Activism around the Globe, 197-218, 2006
Land occupations and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon
D Brown, JC Brown, C Brown
Land Use Policy 54, 331-338, 2016
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