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Seeking sustainable pathways for land use in Latin America
Guest Editorial
Seeking sustainable pathways for land use in Latin America
Juan C. Rocha, Nestor Mazzeo, Matias Piaggio, and Miguel Carriquiry
Research
The forest transition in São Paulo, Brazil: historical patterns and potential drivers
Adriane Calaboni, Leandro R. Tambosi, Alexandre T. Igari, Juliana S. Farinaci, Jean Paul Metzger, and Maria Uriarte
Toward understanding the dynamics of land change in Latin America: potential utility of a resilience approach for building archetypes of land-systems change
Juan C. Rocha, Matilda M. Baraibar, Lisa Deutsch, Ariane de Bremond, Jordan S. Oestreicher, Florencia Rositano, and Cecilia C. Gelabert
The changing chagras: traditional ecological knowledge transformations in the Colombian Amazon
Valentina Fonseca-Cepeda, C. Julián Idrobo, and Sebastián Restrepo
Beyond PES and REDD+: Costa Rica on the way to climate-smart landscape management?
Linda Wallbott, Giuseppina Siciliano, and Markus Lederer
Multiscale spatial planning to maintain forest connectivity in the Argentine Chaco in the face of deforestation
Sebastián A Torrella, María Piquer-Rodríguez, Christian Levers, Rubén Ginzburg, Gregorio Gavier-Pizarro, and Tobias Kuemmerle
Beyond proximate and distal causes of land-use change: linking Individual motivations to deforestation in rural contexts
Ximena Rueda, Maria Alejandra Velez, Lina Moros, and Luz Angela Rodriguez
Forests expand as livestock pressure declines in subtropical South America
Rafael E Bernardi, Marion Buddeberg, Matías Arim, and Milena Holmgren
Toward negotiated mitigation of landslide risks in informal settlements: reflections from a pilot experience in Medellín, Colombia
Harry Smith, Françoise Coupé, Soledad Garcia-Ferrari, Helena Rivera, and Wilmar Edgardo Castro Mera
Agricultural expansion in Uruguayan grasslands and priority areas for vertebrate and woody plant conservation
Alejandro Brazeiro, Marcel Achkar, Carolina Toranza, and Lucía Bartesaghi
Insight
A systems thinking approach for eliciting mental models from visual boundary objects in hydropolitical contexts: a case study from the Pilcomayo River Basin
Riveraine S. Walters, Erin S. Kenzie, Alexander E. Metzger, William Jesse Baltutis, Kakali B. Chakrabarti, Shana Lee Hirsch, and Bethany K. Laursen
Transformation of traditional shifting cultivation into permanent cropping systems: a case study in Sarayaku, Ecuador
Hannes Schritt, Christine Beusch, Pedro Ríos Guayasamín, and Martin Kaupenjohann
Land use planning in the Amazon basin: challenges from resilience thinking
Cesar A Ruiz Agudelo, Nestor Mazzeo, Ismael Díaz, Maria P Barral, Gervasio Piñeiro, Isabel Gadino, Ingid Roche, and Rocio Juliana Acuña-Posada
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