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Papers and References

Thesis

Nested-CA: a foundation for multiscale modeling of land use and land change. Tiago Carneiro, June 2006.

Modeling Land Use Change in the Brazilian Amazon: Exploring Intra-Regional Heterogeneity. Ana Paula Dutra de Aguiar, June 2006.

Dynamics of Land Patterns in the Center-North Region of Rondonia. Maria Isabel Escada, April 2003 (in Portuguese).

Spatial Representation of Demographic Data in the Brazilian Amazonia. Silvana Amaral Kampel, December 2003 (in Portuguese).


Book Chapters

M.P.S. Silva, G. Câmara, M.I.S. Escada, Image Mining: Detecting Deforestation Patterns Through Satellites. In: Hakikur Rahman (ed.), Data Mining Applications for Empowering Knowledge Societies. New York, IGI Publishing, 2008.


Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon (Papers by/with INPE Authors)

M.P.S. Silva, G. Câmara, M.I. Escada, R.C.M. Souza, Remote Sensing Image Mining: Detecting Agents of Land Use Change in Tropical Forest Areas. International Journal of Remote Sensing,vol 29(16): 4803 – 4822, 2008.

M Hansen, Y Shimabukuro, P Potapov, K Pittman, Comparing annual MODIS and PRODES forest cover change data for advancing monitoring of Brazilian forest cover. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2008.

U Freitas, V Ribeiro, G Queiroz, M Petinatti, E Abreu, The Amazon Deforestation Monitoring System: A Large Environmental Database Developed on TerraLib and PostgreSQL. OSGeo Journal, The Journal of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, Vol 3, December 2007. See also the presentation made at the FOSS4GIS 2007 conference.

D. Valeriano et al., Monitoring Tropical Forests from Space: the PRODES DIGITAL Project. ISPRS Congress, 2004.

LE Aragao, Y Malhi, N Barbier, A Lima, Y Shimabukuro, L Anderson and S Saatchi, Interactions between rainfall, deforestation and fires during recent years in the Brazilian Amazonia. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 2008.

A.P. Aguiar, G. Câmara, M.I.S. Escada, Spatial statistical analysis of land-use determinants in the Brazilian Amazon: exploring intra-regional heterogeneity. Ecological Modelling, vol 209(1-2):169–188, 2007.

G. Câmara, A. P. Aguiar, M. I. Escada, et al. Amazon Deforestation Models. Science, vol 307, 15 February 2005, pp. 1043-1044.

DC Morton, RS DeFries, YE Shimabukuro, LO Anderson, Cropland expansion changes deforestation dynamics in the southern Brazilian Amazon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2006.


Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon (Papers by other Authors)

E Nogueira, P Fearnside, BW Nelson, M França, Wood density in forests of Brazil’s ‘arc of deforestation’: Implications for biomass and flux of carbon from land-use change in Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management 248 (2007) 119–135.

EAT Matricardi, DL Skole, MA Cochrane, M Pedlowski, Multi-temporal assessment of selective logging in the Brazilian Amazon using Landsat data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2007.

GP Asner, EN Broadbent, PJC Oliveira, M Keller, Condition and fate of logged forests in the Brazilian Amazon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2006.


Land Use Science (Papers by other Authors)

Britaldo Soares-Filho, Gustavo Cerqueira and Cássio Pennachin, DINAMICA-a stochastic cellular automata model designed to simulate the landscape dynamics in an Amazonian colonization frontier. Ecological Modelling, vol. 154, n. 3, 2002, pp. 217-235.

A. Veldkamp and E. Lambin, Predicting land-use change. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environonment 85, 1 (2001).

P. Verburg, P. Schota, M. Dijsta, A. Veldkamp, Land use change modelling: current practice and research priorities. GeoJournal, vol. 61, n. 4, December 2004.


Cellular Automata and Agents (Papers by/with INPE Authors)

C. Almeida, M. Batty, A. Monteiro, G. Câmara, et al. Stochastic cellular automata modeling of urban land use dynamics: empirical development and estimation. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 27(5): 481-509, 2003.


Cellular Automata and Agents (Papers by other Authors)

Dawn Parker et al., Agent-Based Models of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change. LUCC Report Series No. 6, 2001.

P. Torrens, I. Benenson, Geographic Automata Systems. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19,4, April 2005, 385-412.

M. Nowak & K. Sigmund, Games on Grids. In: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity, eds. Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ, pp. 135-150. Cambridge University Press,2000.

Joana Barros, Urban Dynamics in Latin American cities: an agent-based simulation approach. PhD Thesis, CASA UCL London, 2004.



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