Jefferson Fox

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Land-change science has emerged as a foundational element of global environment change and sustainability science. It seeks to understand the human and environment dynamics that give rise to changed land uses and covers, not only in terms of their type and magnitude but their location as well. This focus requires the integration of social, natural, and(More)
This paper summarizes land-cover and land-use change at eight sites in Thailand, Yunnan (China), Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos over the last 50 years. Project methodology included incorporating information collected from a combination of semiformal, key informant, and formal household interviews with the development of spatial databases based on aerial(More)
For centuries swidden was an important farming practice found across the girth of Southeast Asia. Today, however, these systems are changing and sometimes disappearing at a pace never before experienced. In order to explain the demise or transitioning of swidden we need to understand the rapid and massive changes that have and are occurring in the political(More)
Over the past several decades rural communities have adopted spatial information technology (SIT) for developing management plans, monitoring change, asserting territorial claims, and other purposes. Yet to date few researchers have examined the socio-ethical implications of these technologies, particularly in developing countries. In June 2003, a number of(More)
Journal of Land Use Science Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t724921301 Land use change: complexity and comparisons Ronald R. Rindfuss ab; Barbara Entwisle a; Stephen J. Walsh a; Li An c; Nathan Badenoch d; Daniel G. Brown d; Peter Deadman e; Tom P. Evans f;(More)
Center for Conservation and Research Training, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 96822 Department of Tropical Medicine and Medical Microbiology, Asia-Pacific Institute for Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases, School of Medicine, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 96813 Research Program, East West(More)
We used the conversion of land use and its effects (CLUE-s) model to simulate scenarios of land-cover change in Montane mainland southeast Asia (MMSEA), a region in the midst of transformation due to rapid intensification of agriculture and expansion of regional trade markets. Simulated changes affected approximately 10 % of the MMSEA landscape between 2001(More)
The forests of Southeast Asia contain biologically diverse communities of vegetation and wildlife. These lands also support millions of tribal people who produce food and fiber for local and regional consumption. Today, traditional uses of forestland are being transformed by national market forces and changing national policies of landownership and land(More)