Published on January 1, 2010
Despite an increasing recognition that human activity is currently the dominant force modifying landscapes there has been little integrative work to evaluate human interactions with geomorphic processes.
Published on July 9, 2014
To understand the causes and consequences of these changes, land change science (LCS) draws on a wide array synthetic and meta- study techniques to generate global and regional knowl- edge from local case studies of land change.
APPLIED GEOGRAPHY -- The Telecoupling GeoApp: A Web-GIS application to systematically analyze telecouplings and sustainable development
Published on May 16, 2018
To operationalize the framework, we have developed the Telecoupling GeoApp, a new web-based component of the Telecoupling Toolbox that provides researchers and practitioners with a useful platform to address globally important issues.
JOURNAL OF LAND USE SCIENCE - Land-use changes across distant places: design of a telecoupled agent-based model
Published on November 18, 2019
We apply the framework to design an agent-based model (TeleABM) that represents land-use changes in telecoupled systems to investigate how local land-use changes are affected by flows. The Brazil–China telecoupled soybean system is used as a demonstration.