PSTC Affiliate and Funded Students: Representative Theses and Dissertations

Alencar, A. 2010. Spatial and temporal determinants of forest fires on the Amazonian deforestation frontier: Implications for current and future carbon emissions. Ph.D. dissertation, Forest Resources and Conservation.

Alencastro, L. 2010. An economic analysis of rebuilding artisanal fisheries: The potential for fishermen-based ecotourism in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Ph.D. dissertation, Food and Resource Economics.

Allen, C. 1997. Scale, pattern, and process in biological invasions. M.A. thesis, Latin American Studies.

Alvarez-Cordero, E. 1996. Biology and conservation of the Harpy Eagle in Venezuela and Panama. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Alvira, D. 2009. Conservation implications of livelihood and park interactions. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Arita-Watanabe, H. 1992. Ecology and conservation of cave bat communities in Yucatan, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Arriola, L. 2005. Agency at the frontier and the building of territoriality in the Naranjo-Ceibo corridor, Peten, Guatemala. Ph.D. dissertation, Anthropology.

Avila Segura, L. 2006. Potential benefits of cover crops based systems for sustainable production of vegetables. M.S. thesis, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Azofeifa, G. 2012. Ecological assessments of impact and management of Coral ardisia (Ardisia crenata), a shade tolerant invasive shrub in north central Florida. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Baptiste, L. 1994. Rural community approaches to biodiversity conservation in the Columbian High Mountains. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Barrio, Javier. 1999. Peru. Sustainable wildlife harvest. Ph.D. coursework. Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Berner, P.O. 1992 Community dynamics in a moraine tropical forest in Costa Rica. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Forestry.

Bolanos, O. 2008. Constructing indigenous ethnicities and claiming land rights in the lower Tapajos and Arapiuns region, Brazilian Amazon. Ph.D. dissertation, Anthropology.

Boodram, N. 2009. The structure and composition of riparian vegetation in Trinidad: A baseline for conservation and restoration. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Borjas, A. 2004. Status, distribution, habitat requirements, and foraging ecology of the Jabiru stork (Jabiru mycteria) in northern and central Belize, Central America. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Brisbal, F. 1986. Distribution and human impact on the carnivores of Venezuela. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Brewster, C. 2000. Impact of methyl bromide ban on the US vegetable industry. Ph.D. dissertation, Food and Resource Economics.

Campos, L.C. 1986. Distribution, human impact and conservation of flamingos in the High Andes of Bolivia. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Cassidy, L. 2003. Anthropogenic burning in the Okavango panhandle of Botswana: Livelihoods and spatial dimensions. M.S. thesis, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Castaneda. 2009. Analysis of the spatial dynamics and drivers of forest cover change in the Lempa River Basin of El Salvador. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Chavez, A. 2009. Public policy and spatial variation in land use and land cover in the southeastern Peruvian Amazon. Ph.D. dissertation, Geography.

Coltrane, J. 1998. The impact of hunting on primate populations in the Peruvian Amazon. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Crawshaw, P.G. 1987. Nesting ecology of the Paraguayan caiman (Caiman yacare) in the Pantanal of Mato Grosso, Brazil. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Crawshaw, P. 1995. Ocelots and foxes in Iguacu Forests, Brazil. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Culled, L. 1997. Hunting and biodiversity in Atlantic forest fragments, Sao Paulo, Brazil, M.A. thesis, Latin American Studies.

Da Silva, A. C. 2010. An assessment of the influence of group characteristics on capacity-building for local environmental action in Brazil. M.S. thesis, Latin American Studies.

De Lima, A. C. 2011. Urbanization and the consumption of regional fruits in western Brazilian amazon. M.A. thesis, Latin American Studies.

Didier, Chaves W. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology. 2016; M.S. Thesis: “Effects of reduced-impact logging on avian communities in the southwestern Amazon”. Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Donkor, A. 2005. Biochemistry of mercury in an impacted gold mining tropical aquatic system: The Pra River Basin in southwestern Ghana. Ph.D. dissertation, Environmental Engineering.

Edwards, A. 1992. The diurnal primates of Kroup National Park, Cameroon: Abundance, productivity, and polyspecific association. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Efitre, J. 2007. Life history variation in Tilapia populations within the Crater Lakes of western Uganda: The role of size-selective predation. Ph.D. dissertation, Zoology.

Ellis, K. 1986. Brazilian zoological parks. Their history, status, and conservation potential. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Encalada-Boom, S. 1995. Phylogeography and conservation genetics of the green turtle (Chelonia Mydas) in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Escorriola, Ignacio. Costa Rica. MS Interdisciplinary Ecology. “Managing natural resources in a neotropical RAMSAR site: Harvesting eggs and rearing the freshwater turtle, Trachemys scripta, for the pet trade.” (2003) M.S. thesis.

Espinosa-Andrade, S. 2012. Road development, bushmeat extraction and jaguar conservation in Yasuni Biosphere Reserve - Ecuador. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Espinoza, E. 1994. Caiman and private landowners. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Farrell, L. 1999. Ecology of the Puma and the Jaguar in the Venezuelan Lance. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Fiallo, E. 1993. Local communities and protected areas: people's attitudes toward Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Figueroa, O. A. 2013. The ecology and conservation of jaguars (Panthera onca) in central Belize: Conservation status, diet, movement patterns and habitat use. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Fonseca, G.A.B. da. 1983. The role of deforestation and private reserves in the conservation of the woolly spider monkey (Brachyteles arachnoides). M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Fonseca, G.A.B. da. 1987. Patterns of small mammal species diversity in Brazilian Atlantic forest communities. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Fragoso, J. 1994. Large Mammals and the Community Dynamics of an Amazonian
Rain Forest. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Funes, M. 1996. The European Rabbit: Patterns of spread and resource availability along watersheds in Northern Patagonia, Argentina.
M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Gobbi, J. 1994. Coto de Caza activity in La Pampa province, Argentina. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Godshalk, R. 1994. The role of cattle ranches in the conservation and management of the caiman (Caiman yacare) in the lowlands of Bolivia. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Gopalaswamy, A. 2006. Estimating sloth bear abundance from repeated presence-absence data in Nagarahole-Bandipur National Parks, India. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Grosse, A. 1992. Where ranchers wear white hats: biodiversity conservation in northeast Argentina. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Guerra, R. 2014. Applicability and impacts of payments for environmental services in the Brazilian Amazon. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology/Tropical Conservation.

Guillen Trujillo, H. 1998. Sustainability of ecotourism and traditional agricultural practices in Chiapas, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Environmental Science.

Gutierrez de White, T. 1992. A participatory education program for wildlife conservation in South America: The Cali Zoo program. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Hays, C. 1984. The Humboldt Penguin (Spheniscus humboldt) in Peru and the effects of the 1982-1983 El Nino. M.S. thesis, Department of Zoology.

Hierro, J. L. 1999. Cold spots/hot spots: Facilitation and interference of shrubs by a native herbivore in a semiarid scrub ecosystem. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Inigo, E. 1991. Effects of forest fragmentation on a tropical raptor community in 'Selva Lacandona' Region Chiapas, Mexico. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Inigo-Elias, E. 1996. Ecology and breeding biology of the scarlet macaw (Ara macao) in the Usumacinta drainage basin of Mexico and Guatamala. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Iriarte, A.W. 1988. Feeding ecology of the Patagonian puma (Felis concolor patagonica) in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Iudica, C. 1994. Role of the bat community in the regeneration process of a forest after human disturbance in northwestern Argentina. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies. Jorgenson, J. 1994. Gardens, wildlife densities, and subsistence hunting by Maya Indians in Quintana Roo, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Jimenez, J. 1993. Comparative ecology of dusicyon foxes at the Chinchilla National Reserve in north-central Chile. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Jordan-Ramos, O. 2010. Indigenous mobilization, institutionalization and resistance: The Ngobe movement for political autonomy in western Panama. Ph.D. dissertation, Political Science.

Jorgenson, A. 1993. Chicle Exploitation and conservation in Quintana Roo, Mexico. M.S. thesis.

Kahumbu, P. 1992. The sustainability of fig tree (Ficus sycomorus) harvesting for canoes in a Kenyan reserve. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Karanth, U. 1988. Population structure, density, and biomass of herbivores in a South Indian tropical forest. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Kerber, L. 1993. Intrahousehold power and fertility in Brazil. M.A. thesis.

Kinnaird, M.F. 1990. Behavioral and demographic responses to habitat change by the Tana River Crested Mangabey (Cerocebus galeritus galeritus). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Kux, M. 1986. Land use options to conserve biological resources in developing countries. M.F.R.C. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Lee, W.A. 1985. Strategies for increasing environmental awareness in Jamaica. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Ottenwalder, J.A. 1985. The distribution and habitat of Solenodon in the Dominican Republic. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Lentijo, G. 2010. Evaluation of a participatory bird census project on knowledge, attitudes and behavior of famers towards conservation in coffee-growing regions of Colombia. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Leo Luna, M. 1984. The effect of selective timbering and hunting on the conservation of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey, Lagothrix favicauda. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Lepetu, J. 2007. Socio economic impact and stakeholder preference to conservation of forest reserves: A case study of Kasane Forest Reserve, Botswana. Ph.D. dissertation, Forest Resources and Conservation.

Londoño. G. 2013. Avian life history diversification along an Andean elevation gradient: A nesting perspective. Ph.D. dissertation, Zoology.

Ludlow, M. 1986. Home range activity patterns of ocelot (Felis pardalis) in Venezuela. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Lwanga, J. 1994. The role of seed and seedling predators and browsers in the regeneration of two forest canopy species (Mimusops bagshawei and Strombosia schffleri) in Kibale Forest Reserve, Uganda. Moon, J. 1994. Community organization and natural use in a rural Amazonian community: Ubintuba coastal region of Pará State, Brazil. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Malcom, J. 1990. The small mammals of Amazonian forest fragments: Pattern and process. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Marmontel, M. 1992. Age determination and population dynamics of the Florida manatee. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Masaya, Lucrecia. Peru. M.S. Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Maskey, T. M. 1989. Movement and survival of captive-reared gharials in the Narayani River, Nepal. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Masozera, M. 2002. Socioeconomic impact analysis of the conservation of Nyungwe Forest Reserve, Rwanda. M.S. thesis, School of Forest Resources and Conservation.

Mavah. G. 2011. Can local communities participate effectively? Governance and sustainability of wildlife in logging concession adjacent to national park in republic of the Congo. M.S. thesis, Interdisciplinary Ecology Natural Resources and Environment.

Medellin, R. 1992. Effects of two types of perturbation on the mammal community of a tropical rainforest. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Mendoza, R. 2013. Forests with history: Exploring the social effects of the creation of the Cordillera Azul National Park on the Chazutino people of the Amazonian Peru. Ph.D. dissertation, Anthropology.

Molloy, L. 1997. Forest buffalo, Syncerus caffer nanus, and burning of savannas at Lope Reserve, Gabon. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Montenegro, O. 1998. The behavior of Lowland Tapir (Tapirus terrestris) at a natural mineral lick in the Peruvian Amazon. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Montenegro, O. 2004. Natural licks as keystone resources for wildlife and people in Amazonia. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Mitthapala, S. 1992. Morphological variation in the leopard (Panthera pardus). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Mugisha, A. 2002. Evaluation of community-based conservation approaches: Management of protected areas in Uganda. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Mtenga, K. 2007. Comparative analysis of strategies for linking farmers to market: Discourse on gender equity, community empowerment and soil fertility management in Malawi. Ph.D. dissertation, Agricultural Education and Communication.

Naranjo, E. 2002. Population ecology and conservation of ungulates in the Lacandon Forest, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Naughton, L. 1995. Community involvement in wildlife reserve management in Kibale, Uganda. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Naughton-Treves, L. 1996. Uneasy neighbors: Wildlife and farmers around Kibale National Park, Uganda. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Ottenwalder, J. 1992. Mammalian conservation in the Greater Antilles. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Novaro, A. 1997. Source-link dynamics induced by hunting: Case study of the Culpeo Foxes on rangelands in Patagonia, Argentina.
Olowo. John Paul. 2001. Uganda. Zoology. “Predicting the future productivity and survival of the benthic fishes of Lake Victoria.”
Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Pacheco, L. 1993. Abundance, distribution, and habitat use of crocodilians in Beni, Bolivia. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Padua, C. 1986. The black lion tamarin Leontopithecus chrysopygus: its status and conservation. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Padua, S. 1991. Conservation education through and environmental education school program at the Morro do Diabo State Park, Sao.

Padua, C. 1993. The ecology, behavior, and conservation of the black lion tamarin (Leontopithecus chrysopygus). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Pajuelo, M. 2010. Stable isotope dichotomy in loggerhead turtles reveals Pacific-Atlantic oceanographic differences. M.S. thesis, Zoology.

Paniagua, F. 2005. Factors conditioning the development of a community forestry coalition in western Amazonia, Brazil. M.A. thesis, Latin American Studies.

Paulo State, Brazil. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Payne, J. 1992. Duikers in Korup National Park, Cameroon. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Peres, C.A. 1986. Cost and benefits of territorial defense in golden lion tamarins, Leontopitecus rosalia. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Pinzon, Z. 1998. Canopy dynamics and regeneration in mangrove forests in Micronesia. M.S. thesis, Department of Botany.

Pizano, C. 2011. Feedback dynamics between plants and soil microorganisms in a fragmented landscape in the tropical Andes. Ph.D. dissertation, Botany.

Porter-Bolland, L. 2001. Landscape ecology of apiculture in the Maya area of La Montana, Campeche, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, School of Forest Resources and Conservation.

Polanco, Y. 2012. Factors related to the use of synthetic pesticides among agricultural rural communities in Colombia: Implications for human health, rural development and conservation. Ph.D. dissertation, Public Health.

Polisar, J. 1992. The reproductive biology and exploitation of the Central American river turtle, Dermatemys mawii, in Belize. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Polshek. P. 1991. Effects of insularization on a tropical forest understory avifauna in Panama. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Porro, N. M. 2002. Rupture and resistance: Gender relations and life trajectories in the Babacu palm forests of Brazil. Ph.D. dissertation, Anthropology.

Porro, R. 2002. Palms, pastures, and swidden fields: Political ecological trajectories and socio-natural transformations in peasant communities in Maranhão, Brazil. Ph.D. dissertation, Anthropology.

Quevedo, Lincoln. 1998. Ph. D. Tropical Forestry, Ecología y Silvicultura. Bolivia.

Raez-Luna, E. 1993. Modeling hunted populations of Alouatta seniculus, Ateles paniscus, and Lagothrix lagotricha: chances of persistence and lessons for conservation.

Rajaratnam, R. 1992. Differential habitat use by primates in the Samunsam Wildlife Sanctuary, Sarawak, and its application to conservation management. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Ramos, L. 2008. The Mesoamerican biological corridor: Effects of communication processes on perceptions of key stakeholders and the public about natural areas. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Restrepo-Moreno, S. 2009. Long-term morphotectonic evolution and denudation chronology of the Antioqueno Plateau, Cordillera Central, Colombia. Ph.D. dissertation, Geology.

Reyna, R. 2007. Social ecology of the White-Lipped Peccary (Tayassu pecari) in Calakmul Forest, Campeche, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Rodriguez, J. 2013. Adaptation to climate variability in Calakmul, Campeche, Mexico: Bridging disciplines and scales with scenario-based integrative modeling. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Rojas, R. 2013. Agricultural expansion alongside productive forests in the southern Peruvian Amazon. Ph.D. dissertation, School of Natural Resources and Environment.

Romero, C. 1998. Commercially harvested nonvascular epiphytes in a montane tropical forest: ecology, effects of logging, and management. M.S. thesis, Department of Botany.

Rumiz, D. 1992. Population ecology of red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniulus). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences. Samudio, J. 1992. Ethnicity, wildlife use, and a national park in Bocas del Toro Islands, Panama. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Saavedra, C. 1984. Effect of group history on spatial and social interaction in two groups of howler monkeys, Alouatta seniculus. M.S. thesis, Department of Zoology.

Seijas, A. 1988. Habitat use by the American crocodile and the spectacled caiman coexisting along the Venezuelan coastal region. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Serrano, F. 1993. Modernization in Ecuadorian Amazon: the transformation of Indian peoples into political actors and its effects on the state's modernization.

Silva-Lugo, J. 1998. A model training program for hunter education in Venezuelan national parks. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Silva-Lugo, J. 2008. Responses of plants and small mammal communities to prescribed burning in Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Singh, A. 2009. Space use, habitat and nest-site selection by northern bobwhites in south Florida. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Sorenson, M. 1988. Uses of the Amazon forest by rubber tappers in Acre, Brazil. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Srikosamatara, S. 1986. Group size in wedge-capped capuchin monkeys (Cebus olivaceus): Vulnerability to predators, intragroup and intergroup feeding competition. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Zoology.

Stallings, J. 1987. Small mammal communities in an eastern Brazilian forest. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences; Stallings, J.R. 1984. Status and Conservation of Paraguayan primates. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Stith, B. 1990. Satellites, landscapes, and GIS: A case study in the Atlantic forest of Brazil, M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Sullivan, C.P. 1983. Status of Plagiodontia aedium in the Dominican Republic. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Ray, J. 1995. The ecology and conservation of small carnivores (family Viverridae) in the Central African Republic. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Ray, J. 1996. Resource use patterns among mongooses and other carnivores in a central African rainforest. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Rios, A. 2010. Land use, spatial ecology and control of the Andean potato weevil in the central Andes of Peru. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Romero, C. 2006. Tree responses to stem damage. Ph.D. dissertation, Botany.

Thangata, P. H. 2002. The potential for agroforestry adoption and carbon sequestration in smallholder agroecosystems of Malawi: An ethnographic linear programming approach. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Townsend, W. 1995. Living on the edge: Sirionó hunting and fishing in lowland Bolivia. Ph.D.

Thorbjarnarson, J. 1991. Population ecology of the spectacled caiman in the Venezuelan Llanos. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Wildlife and Range Sciences.

Tuma, J. 2011. Optimization of image processing for detection of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass) using high resolution aerial digital imagery. Ph.D. dissertation, Forest Resources and Conservation.

Valle, A. 2008. Labor, soil quality, and yield in conventional and ecological small-scale, tropical agroecosystems. M.S. thesis, Interdisciplinary Ecology.Valqui, M. 2001. Mammal diversity and ecology of terrestrial small rodents in western Amazonia. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Villarreal, D. 1999. Effects of Herbivory by the Plains Vizcacha (Lagostomas maximus) in vegetation in semiarid scrub of central Argentina. M.S. thesis, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Wallmo, Kristy. 1996. Improved cookstoves in Western Uganda: social impacts and environmental implications. M.S. thesis, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

Wilkins, L. 1994. The Jamaican Hutia: reintroduction of captive population and status of wild populations. M.A. thesis, Center for Latin American Studies.

Zapata-Rios, G. 2014. Impacts of Domestic Dogs on the Native Mammalian Fauna of the Ecuadorian Andes. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

Zeidemann, V. 2012. Socioecological heterogeneity shapes livelihood strategies in an Amazonian extractive reserve: Implications for long-term reserve viability. Ph.D. dissertation, Interdisciplinary Ecology.