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Session 171:
Population, environment and development

Saturday, July 23
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Auditorium François 1er
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Chair: Richard Bilsborrow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  1. Multilevel determinants of indigenous land use in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon: a cross-cultural studyClark L. Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jason Bremner, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Flora Lu Holt, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Demographic profile of economic resources and environment in South AsiaJalandhar Pradhan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  3. Household life cycle and land use in Santarém and Altamira, Pará, BrasilLeah K. VanWey, Indiana University; Alvaro O. D'Antona, Indiana University; Eduardo S. Brondizio, Indiana University

  4. Population-resource pressure and vulnerability to food insecurity and malnutrition: multi-level analysis in 16 drought-prone districts throughout EthiopiaCharles H. Teller, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Yared Mekonnen, Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute; Gugsa Yimer; Ali Hassan; Asfaw Yitna; Keffene Asfaw; Tewolde Gebre-Birhan; Yohannes Getenet

  5. Demographic dynamics and socio-economic development as drivers of deforestation in the Brazilian Atlantic forest: a GIS integration of census and remote sensing data at different spatial scalesHumberto Alves, CEBRAP

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