Tropical Resources Vol 32-33

Publication Year: 
2014
Bulletin Volume Number: 
32-33

TRI Bulletin Vol 32-33

I. COMMUNITIES & CONSUMPTION

  • 11 — Of Ants and Tigers: Indigenous Politics Regarding Oil Concessions in the Peruvian Amazon –The First Year of “PUINAMUDT”  —
    Lauren Baker, Ph.D. Candidate
  • 17 — Non-profit Perspectives on “Food Security with Sovereignty” in Cochabamba, Bolivia —
    Erin Beasley, MEM 2014
  • 24 — Examining Participation and Power Between Local Actors in the Peruvian Andes: Andean Ecosystem Association and the Indigenous Communities of the Vilcanota —
    Caitlin Doughty, MESc 2014
  • 31 — Middle-Class Environmental Subjecthood Around Waste in Chennai, India —
    Ashwini Srinivasamohan, MESc 2014

II. CLIMATE & ENERGY

  • 37 — Negotiating Access: The Social Processes of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)Cookstove Dissemination Intervention inHimachal Pradesh, India —
    Yiting Wang, MESc 2014
  • 43 — The Local Socio-economic Impacts of Wind Power Development in Northeastern Braziland the Potential for Conflict or Collaboration Between Developers and Communities —
    Tom Owens, MEM 2014
  • 50 — Land-Use Planning for Climate Change?: Subnational Case Studies from Brazil and Indonesia —
    Rauf Prasodjo, MEM 2014

III. WATER & MARINE ISSUES

  • 56 — Failure and Potential: Rainwater Harvesting in a Rural, Mountainous Haitian Village — “
    Jessica Brooks, MESc 2014
  • 63 — Land Use Change and Ecosystem Service Sheds: Where Does Deforestation Impact Flood Mitigation in El Salvador? —
    Beth Tellman, MESc 2014
  • 72 — Predicting the Effects of Different Land-Use Scenarios on Water Availability Using a Hydrological Model —
    Ambika Khadka, MESc 2013
  • 78 — Integrating Tourism, Conservation, and Development: Perspectives from International and Domestic Tourists in Península Valdés (Patagonia), Argentina —
    Stephanie Stefanski, MESc 2014

IV. CONSERVATION

  • 87 — Improving Conservation Monitoring by Designing Collaborative Research Programs: Lessons from a Camera-Trap Study in Northern Tanzania —
    Kelly J. Stoner, MESc 2014
  • 93 — Forest Restoration in the Tropical Andes: Active Conservation in a Biodiversity Hotspot —
    Matthew Bare, MF 2014
  • 101 — Elephant Ivory Trade in China: Comparing Different Perspectives —
    Yufang Gao, MESc 20141
  • 08 — Forest Inventory and Quantification of Stored Carbon in the Bolivian Chaco —
    Ellen Arnstein, MEM 201