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Land change in the Brazilian Savanna (Cerrado), 1986–2002: Comparative analysis and implications for land-use policy
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, AM Filippi, D Redo, Z Xu, S Ganesh
Land use policy 25 (4), 579-595, 2008
3582008
Access regimes and regional land change in the Brazilian Cerrado, 1972–2002
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, A Filippi
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (1), 87-111, 2010
1492010
Is Brazilian wind power development sustainable? Insights from a review of conflicts in Ceará state
C Brannstrom, A Gorayeb, J de Sousa Mendes, C Loureiro, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 67, 62-71, 2017
1472017
South America's neoliberal agricultural frontiers: places of environmental sacrifice or conservation opportunity?
C Brannstrom
Ambio, 141-149, 2009
1472009
“We Don’t Take the Pledge”: Environmentality and environmental skepticism at the epicenter of US wind energy development
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, N Persons
Geoforum 43 (4), 851-863, 2012
1362012
Social perspectives on wind-power development in West Texas
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, N Persons
The New Geographies of Energy, 138-150, 2013
1202013
Decentralising water resource management in Brazil
C Brannstrom
Democratic Decentralisation through a Natural Resource Lens, 214-234, 2013
1032013
Wind power gone bad: Critiquing wind power planning processes in northeastern Brazil
A Gorayeb, C Brannstrom, AJ de Andrade Meireles, J de Sousa Mendes
Energy research & social science 40, 82-88, 2018
962018
Using Q-methodology in environmental sustainability research: A bibliometric analysis and systematic review
G Sneegas, S Beckner, C Brannstrom, W Jepson, K Lee, L Seghezzo
Ecological Economics 180, 106864, 2021
942021
“You can't see them from sitting here”: Evaluating beach user understanding of a rip current warning sign
C Brannstrom, HL Brown, C Houser, S Trimble, A Santos
Applied Geography 56, 61-70, 2015
882015
The rip current hazard in Costa Rica
I Arozarena, C Houser, AG Echeverria, C Brannstrom
Natural Hazards 77, 753-768, 2015
862015
Study abroad field trip improves test performance through engagement and new social networks
C Houser, C Brannstrom, SM Quiring, KK Lemmons
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (4), 513-528, 2011
842011
A Q-method analysis of environmental governance discourses in Brazil's northeastern soy frontier
C Brannstrom
The Professional Geographer 63 (4), 531-549, 2011
812011
Compliance and market exclusion in Brazilian agriculture: Analysis and implications for “soft” governance
C Brannstrom, L Rausch, JC Brown, RMT de Andrade, A Miccolis
Land use policy 29 (2), 357-366, 2012
802012
Perception of the rip current hazard on Galveston Island and North Padre Island, Texas, USA
C Brannstrom, S Trimble, A Santos, HL Brown, C Houser
Natural Hazards 72, 1123-1138, 2014
692014
Tecnógeno: registros da ação geológica do homem
AMS Oliveira, C Brannstrom, MC Nolasco, AUG Peloggia, MNO Peixoto, ...
Quaternário do Brasil, 2005
622005
Characterizing vegetation cover in global savannas with an annual foliage clumping index derived from the MODIS BRDF product
MJ Hill, MO Román, CB Schaaf, L Hutley, C Brannstrom, A Etter, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (8), 2008-2024, 2011
612011
Human modification of stream valleys in the western plateau of São Paulo, Brazil: implications for environmental narratives and management
C Brannstrom, AMS Oliveira
Land Degradation & Development 11 (6), 535-548, 2000
602000
Procedural and distributive justice inform subjectivity regarding wind power: A case from Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
CA Frate, C Brannstrom, MVG de Morais, A de Azevedo Caldeira-Pires
Energy Policy 132, 185-195, 2019
592019
Stakeholder subjectivities regarding barriers and drivers to the introduction of utility-scale solar photovoltaic power in Brazil
CA Frate, C Brannstrom
Energy Policy 111, 346-352, 2017
582017
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