Monday, August 29, 2011

select review articles planned for Nov 2011 issue of ARER

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
Arun Agrawal, Daniel C. Nepstad, and Ashwini Chhatre

The Political Ecology of Land Degradation
Elina Andersson, Sara Brogaard, and Lennart Olsson

Transportation and the Environment
David Banister, Karen Anderton, David Bonilla, Moshe Givoni, and Tim Schwanen

Agency, Capacity, and Resilience to Environmental Change: Lessons from Human Development, Well-Being, and Disasters
Katrina Brown and Elizabeth Westaway

State of the World's Freshwater Ecosystems: Physical, Chemical, and Biological Changes
Stephen R. Carpenter, Emily H. Stanley, and M. Jake Vander Zanden

Coal Power Impacts, Technology, and Policy: Connecting the Dots
Ananth P. Chikkatur, Ankur Chaudhary, and Ambuj D. Sagar

Energy Poverty
Lakshman Guruswamy

Water and Energy Interactions
James E. McMahon and Sarah K. Price

Global Forest Transition: Prospects for an End to Deforestation
Patrick Meyfroidt and Eric F. Lambin

Improving Societal Outcomes of Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate: An Integrated Perspective
Rebecca E. Morss, Olga V. Wilhelmi, Gerald A. Meehl, and Lisa Dilling

Energy Intensity of Agriculture and Food Systems
Nathan Pelletier, Eric Audsley, Sonja Brodt, Tara Garnett, Patrik Henriksson, Alissa Kendall, Klaas Jan Kramer, David Murphy, Thomas Nemecek, and Max Troell

Ocean Circulations, Heat Budgets, and Future Commitment to Climate Change
David W. Pierce, Tim P. Barnett, and Peter J. Gleckler

Agroecology: A Review from a Global-Change Perspective
Thomas P. Tomich, Sonja Brodt, Howard Ferris, Ryan Galt, William R. Horwath, Ermias Kebreab, Johan H.J. Leveau, Daniel Liptzin, Mark Lubell, Pierre Merel, Richard Michelmore, Todd Rosenstock, Kate Scow, Johan Six, Neal Williams, and Louie Yang

Management and Governance of Soils, Agricultural Lands, Forests, and Rangelands for Greenhouse Gases
Josep Canadell

Adaptation of Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Jianguo Liu

State of the World's Non-Fuel Mineral Resources: The Role of Sustainable Development in Mineral Supply and Demand
Mary M. Poulton, Luke J. Danielson, and Dirk Van Zyl


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