Publicações 

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Ye Mu, Trent Biggs, Douglas Stow & Izaya Numata (2020). Mapping heterogeneous forest-pasture mosaics in the Brazilian Amazon using a spectral vegetation variability index, band transformations and random forest classification, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 41:22, 8682-8692, DOI: 10.1080/2150704X.2020.1802529

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De Sales, Fernando, Thais Santiago, Trent W. Biggs, Katrina Mullan, Erin O. Sills, and Corrie Monteverde (2020). Impacts of protected area deforestation on dry‐season regional climate in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125, e2020JD033048. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JD033048

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West, Thales A.P. ⁠ Kelly A. Grogan⁠, Marilyn E. Swisher⁠, Jill L. Caviglia-Harris⁠, Erin O. Sills, Dar A. Roberts⁠, Daniel Harris⁠, and Francis E. Putz⁠⁠ (2018) “Impacts of REDD+ Payments on a Coupled Human-Natural system in Amazonia” Ecosystem Services 33A: 68-76.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L, (2018) “Agricultural Innovation and Climate Change Policy in the Brazilian Amazon: Intensification Practices and the Derived Demand for Pasture” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 30: 232-248.

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Santiago, Thaís Muniz Ottoni, Jill Caviglia-Harris, and José Luiz Pereira de Rezende (2018) “Carrots, Sticks and the Brazilian Forest Code: The Promising Response of Small Landowners in the Amazon,” Journal of Forest Economics 30: 38-51.

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West, Thales A.P., Kelly A. Grogan, Marilyn E. Swisher, Jill L. Caviglia-Harris, Erin Sills, Daniel Harris, Dar Roberts, and Francis E. Putz (2018)  A Hybrid Optimization-Agent-Based Model of REDD+ Payments To Households on an Old Deforestation Frontier In The Brazilian Amazon, Environmental Modelling and Software 100: 159-174.

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Mullan, Katrina, Erin Sills, Subhrendu Pattanayak and Jill Caviglia-Harris (2017) “Converting Forests to Farms: The Economic Benefits of Clearing Forests in Agricultural Settlements in the Amazon,” Environmental and Resource and Economics 1-29. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10640-017-0164-1

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Melstrom, Richard T, Luke Jones, and Jill Caviglia-Harris (2016) “Patterns of Frontier Development: A Dynamic Model of Resource Extraction in the Brazilian Amazon,” Environment and Development Economics 21(3): 350-370.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill, Erin Sills, Andrew Bell, Daniel Harris, Katrina Mullan, and Dar Roberts, (2016) “Busting the Boom-Bust Pattern of Amazonian Development” World Development 79:82-96.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L, Michael Toomey, Daniel W. Harris, Katrina Mullan, Andrew Reid Bell, Erin O. Sills and Dar A. Roberts (2015) “Detecting and Interpreting Secondary Forest on an old Amazonian Frontier,” Journal of Land Use Science 10(4): 442-465.

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Sills, Erin and Jill Caviglia-Harris (2015) “Evaluating the long-term impacts of promoting “green” agriculture in the Amazon” Agricultural Economics 46:1-20.

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Bell, Andrew R., Jill L Caviglia-Harris, and Anthony D. Cak (2015) “Characterizing Land-Use Change over Space and Time: Applying Principal Components Analysis in the Brazilian Legal Amazon,” Journal of Land Use Science 10 (1): 19-37.

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Mullan, Katrina, Erin Sills and Simone Bauch (2014) “The reliability of retrospective data on asset ownership as a measure of past household wealth”, Field Methods, Vol 26(3), pp223-238

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Hall, Simon and Caviglia-Harris, Jill (2013) “Agricultural Development and the Industrial Life Cycle on the Brazilian Frontier”Environmental and Development Economics 18 (3): 326-353.

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Toomey, Michael, Dar A. Roberts, Jill Caviglia-Harris, Mark A. Cochrane, Candida F. Dewes, Daniel Harris, Izaya Numata, Marcio H. Sales, Erin Sills, Carlos M. Souza Jr,  (2013) Long term, high spatial resolution carbon balance monitoring of the Amazonian frontier: pre- and post-disturbance carbon emissions and uptake Journal of Geophysical Research 118: 1-12.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L, Erin Sills, Katrina Mullan (2012) “Migration and Mobility on the Amazon Frontier” Population and the Environment, 1-32.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill , Simon Hall, Katrina Mullan, Charlie MacIntyre, Simone Bauch, Daniel Harris, Erin Sills, Dar Roberts, Michael Toomey, Hoon S. Cha (2012) “Improving Household Surveys through Computer Assisted Data Collection: Use of Touch-Screen Laptops in Challenging Environments,” Field Methods 24(1): 74-94.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill and Daniel Harris  (2011)“The Impact of Settlement Design on Tropical Deforestation Rates and Resulting Land Cover Patterns”Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 40(3): 451-470.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L, Erin Sills, Luke Jones, Shubhayu Saha, Daniel Harris, Suzanne McArdle, Dar Roberts, Marcos Pedlowski,  and Rebecca Powell (2009) “Modeling Land Use and Land Cover Change in an Amazonian Frontier Settlement: Strategies for Addressing Population Change and Panel Attrition,” Journal of Land Use Science 4 (4): 275-307.

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Sills, Erin O. and Jill L Caviglia-Harris (2008) “Evolution of an Amazon Frontier: Determinants of Land Value in Rondônia, Brazil” Land Use Policy 26: 55-67

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. and Daniel Harris (2008) “Integrating Survey and Remote Sensing Data to Analyze Land Use at a Fine Scale: Insights from Agricultural Households in the Brazilian Amazon” International Regional Science Review 31 (2): 115-137.

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Shone, Bryan and Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. (2006) “Quantifying the Benefits of Sustainable Agriculture: Household Welfare, Diversification, and Returns from Production” Ecological Economics 58: 249-267.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. and Daniel Harris (2005) “Examining the Reliability of Survey Data with Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems to Improve Deforestation Modeling,” The Review of Regional Studies 35(2): 187-205.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. (2005) “Cattle Accumulation and Land Use Intensification by Households in the Brazilian Amazon,” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 34 (2) 145-162.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. and Erin Sills (2005) “Land Use and Income Diversification: Comparing Traditional and Colonist Populations in the Brazilian Amazon” Agricultural Economics 32: 221-237.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. (2004) “Household Production and Forest Clearing: The Role of Farming in the Development of the Amazon” Environment and Development Economics 9 (2): 181-202.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. (2003) “Sustainable Agricultural Practices in Rondônia, Brazil: Do Local Farmer Organizations Impact Adoption Rates?” Economic Development and Cultural Change, 52 (1): 23-50.

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Caviglia-Harris, Jill L. and James R. Kahn (2003), “Carbon Annuities as a Policy to Promote Sustainable Agroforestry and Slow Global Warming.” International Journal of Sustainable Development, 6 (3): 328-344.

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Caviglia, Jill L and James R. Kahn (2001) “Diffusion of Sustainable Agriculture in the Brazilian Tropical Rain Forest: A Discrete Choice Analysis,” Economic Development and Cultural Change, 49 (2): 311-333.

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Caviglia, Jill L (1999) Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil: Economic Development and Deforestation, New Horizons in Environmental Economics series, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, United Kingdom: Cheltenham.

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