Artigos relacionados ao projeto SPEC, 2013-2019

  1. Urbanization and small household agricultural land use choices in the Brazilian Amazon and the role for the water chemistry of small streams
  2. A survey of remote sensing-based aboveground biomass estimation methods in forest ecosystems
  3. Opinion: Building a 21st-century infrastructure for the social sciences
  4. The roles of textural images in improving land-cover classification in the Brazilian Amazon
  5. Current situation and needs of change detection techniques
  6. Methods to extract impervious surface areas from satellite images
  7. A comparative analysis of approaches for successional vegetation classification in the Brazilian Amazon
  8. Acceptabilité sociale et place de la population lors de la construction du barrage de Belo Monte (Brésil)
  9. Blaming the weather, blaming the people: socioenvironmental governance and a crisis attitude in the Brazilian electricity sector
  10. The construction of health causal relations in the Belo Monte dam context
  11. Differences and similarities in impacts of hydroeletric dams between North and South of Brazil
  12. Roads and dams: infrastructure-driven transformations in the Brazilian Amazon
  13. A survey of remote sensing-based aboveground biomass estimation methods in forest ecosystems
  14. Le Vivant en ville: Nouvelles émergences
  15. Governança em saúde global no contexto das doenças infecciosas emergentes
  16. Examining Spatial Distribution and Dynamic Change of Urban Land Covers in the Brazilian Amazon Using Multitemporal Multisensor High Spatial Resolution Satellite Imagery
  17. Examining effective use of data sources and modeling algorithms for improving biomass estimation in a moist tropical forest of the Brazilian Amazon
  18. Market Participation in the Age of Big Dams: The Belo Monte Hydroelectric Dam and Its Impact on Rural Agrarian Households
  19. Dilemas do processo de desterritorialização de famílias atingidas por grandes projetos na Volta Grande do Xingu, Pará, Brasil
  20. Sustainable hydropower in the 21st century
  21. Hydroelectric Infrastructure and Potential Groundwater Contamination in the Brazilian Amazon: Altamira and the Belo Monte Dam
  22. Examining deforestation and agropasture dynamics along the Brazilian TransAmazon Highway using multitemporal Landsat imagery