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GLOBE Team Publications:

Jared D. Margulies, Nicholas R. Magliocca, Matthew D. Schmill & Erle C. Ellis (2016): Ambiguous Geographies: Connecting Case Study Knowledge with Global Change Science, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2016.1142857 [view pdfview @ResearchGate

Schmill, Matthew D. and Oates, Tim. 2015. Power Analysis for Geographic Representativeness. In the Proceedings of Geocomputation 2015. [download PDF] [download PPT]

Young, A. L., and W. G. Lutters. 2015. (Re)defining Land Change Science through Synthetic Research Practices. Pages 431-442 in Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. ACM, Vancouver, BC, Canada. [download PDF]

Schmill, Matthew D., Gordon, Lindsey M., Magliocca, Nicholas R., Ellis, Erle C. and Oates, Tim. 2014. GLOBE: Analytics for Assessing Global Representativeness. In COM.Geo ’14: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computing for Geospatial Research and Applications. Washington, DC. [download PDF]

Young, Alyson L. and Lutters, Wayne G. 2014.  Collaborative Interpretation in Land Change Science Meta-Studies. Extended Abstracts of the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Baltimore, MD, USA: ACM Press. [download PDF

Magliocca, N., T. Rudel, P. Verburg, W. McConnell, O. Mertz, K. Gerstner, A. Heinimann, and E. Ellis. 2014. Synthesis in land change science: methodological patterns, challenges, and guidelines. Regional Environmental Change in press:1-16. [download PDF]

Magliocca, N.R., Ellis, E.C., Oates, T., and Schmill, M. (2013). Contextualizing the global relevance of local land change observations. Working Paper. arXiv:1307.6889

Young, A.L., Lutters, W.G., Magliocca, N.R., and Ellis, E.C. (2013). Designing a system for land change science meta-study. Pages 1473-1478 CHI’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factores in Computing Systems. ACM, Paris, France.

Ellis, E.C. (2012). The GLOBE Project: accelerating global synthesis of local studies in land change science. Newsletter of the Global Land Project: 5-6.

Publications using GLOBE: 

Meyfroidt, P., Carlson, K.M., Fagan, M.E., Gutiérrez-Vélez, V.H., Macedo, M.N., Curran, L.M., DeFries, R.S., Dyer, G.A., Gibbs, H.K., Lambin, E.F., Morton, D.C., and Robiglio, V. (2014). Multiple pathways of commodity crop expansion in tropical forest landscapes. Environmental Research Letters, 9(7). IOP Science.

Publications citing GLOBE: 

Schmeller, D. S., R. Julliard, P. J. Bellingham, M. Böhm, N. Brummitt, A. Chiarucci, D. Couvet, S. Elmendorf, D. M. Forsyth, J. G. Moreno, R. D. Gregory, W. E. Magnusson, L. J. Martin, M. A. McGeoch, J.-B. Mihoub, H. M. Pereira, V. Proença, C. A. M. van Swaay, T. Yahara, and J. Belnap. 2015. Towards a global terrestrial species monitoring program. Journal for Nature Conservation 25:51-57.

Magliocca, N. R., J. van Vliet, C. Brown, T. P. Evans, T. Houet, P. Messerli, J. P. Messina, K. A. Nicholas, C. Ornetsmüller, J. Sagebiel, V. Schweizer, P. H. Verburg, and Q. Yu. 2015. From meta-studies to modeling: Using synthesis knowledge to build broadly applicable process-based land change models. Environmental Modelling & Software 72:10-20.

Agrawal, A. 2014. Matching and mechanisms in protected area and poverty alleviation research. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:3909-3910.

Karl, J. W., J. E. Herrick, R. S. Unnasch, J. K. Gillan, E. C. Ellis, W. G. Lutters, and L. J. Martin. 2013. Discovering ecologically-relevant knowledge from published studies through geo-semantic searching. BioScience 63:674-682. [download PDF]


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