WIGF 2015 Publications and other products

Athayde, S., M. Mathews, S. Bohlman, W. Brasil, C.R.C. Doria, J. Dutka-Gianelli, P.M. Fearnside, B. Loiselle, E.M. Marques, T.S. Melis, B. Millikan, E.M. Moretto, A. Rossete, R. Vacca, A. Oliver-Smith, and D. Kaplan. (2019). Mapping Research on Hydropower and Sustainability in the Brazilian Amazon: Advances, Gaps in Knowledge and Future DirectionsCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2019(37):50–69.

Cooke, S.J., Allison, E.H., Beard, T.D., Arlinghaus, R., Arthington, A.H., Bartley, D.M.,  Cowx, I.G., Fuentevilla, C., Leonard, N.J., Lorenzen, K., Lynch, A.J., Nguyen, V.M., Youn, S.-J., Taylor, W.W. & Welcomme, R.L. (2016).  On the sustainability of inland fisheries: Finding a future for the forgotten. Ambio 45: 753-764.

De Carvalho, R. M., & Szlafsztein, C. F. (2018). Urban vegetation loss and ecosystem services: The influence on climate regulation and noise and air pollution. Environmental Pollution, 245, 844–852.

Doria, C.R.C, S. Athayde, E.E. Marques, M.A.L. Lima, J. Dutka-Gianelli, M.L. Ruffino, D. Kaplan, C. Freitas, and V. Isaac. 2017. The invisibility of fisheries in the process of hydropower development across the AmazonAmbio 2017:1-13. 

Hyde, J.L., Bohlman, S.; Valle, D. 2018. Transmission lines in the Brazilian Amazon are an under-acknowledged conservation threat to the Brazilian Amazon. Biological Conservation 228: 343-356

Hyde, J.L., S. Bohlman, A.C. Swanson, S. Athayde, E.M. Bruna, and D.R. Valle. A lack of open data standards for large infrastructure projects hampers social-ecological research in the Brazilian Amazon. Environmental Science and Policy. In review.

Laufer, J, E. Marques, S. Athayde, A.C. Swanson, A.D.A. Zagallo, eds. (2020) Rios, Terras e Culturas: Aprendendo com o Sistema Socioecológico do Tocantins. DOI: 10.22350/9786587340197

Lima, M.A.L., D. Kaplan, and C. Doria. 2017. Hydrological controls of fisheries production in a major Amazonian tributaryEcohydrology ​2017(10):e1899. 

Lorenzen, K., Cowx, I.G., Entsua-Mensah, R.E.M., Lester, N.P., Koehn, J.D., Randall, R.G., Nam, S., Bonar, S.A., Bunnell, D.B., Venturelli, P., Bower, S.D. & Cooke, S.J. (2016). Stock assessment in inland fisheries: a foundation for sustainable use and conservation. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26: 405-440.

Lynch, A.J., Cooke, S.J., Beard, T.D., Kao, Y.-C., Lorenzen, K., Song, A.M., Allen, M.S.  Basher, Z., Bunnell, D.B., Camp, E.V., Cowx, I.G. Freedman, J.A., Nguyen, V.M., Nohner, J. K., Rogers, M.W. Siders, Z.A., Taylor, W.W. & Youn. S. (2017). Grand challenges in the management and conservation of North American inland fish and fisheries. Fisheries 42: 115-124.

Lynch, A.J., Cowx, I.G., Fluet-Chouinard, E., Glaser, S.M., Phang, S.C., Beard, T.D., Bower, S.D., Brooks, J.L., Bunnell, D.B., Claussen, J.E., Cooke, S.J., Kao, Y.-C., Lorenzen, K., Myers, B.J.E., Reid, A.J., Taylor, J.J. & Youn, S. (2017). Inland fisheries – invisible but integral to the UN Sustainable Development Agenda for ending poverty by 2030. Global Environmental Change 47: 167-173.

Prado, F. A., S. Athayde, J. Mossa, S. Bohlman, F. Leite, and A. Oliver-Smith.  2016.  How much is enough?  An integrated examination of energy security, economic growth and climate change related to hydropower expansion in BrazilRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53: 1132-1136.

Sabo, A., Arteaga Gomez-Garcia, M., Chavez, A. de Oliveira Jordão, C, Ferreira da Fonseca Junior, S., Luna Celina, V., Montero, P., Perz, S. In review. The Wisdom of Hindsight: A Comparative Analysis of Timelines of Environmental Governance of Infrastructure across the Pan-Amazon. Submitted to Ecology & Society

Simmons, C. S.; Famolare, L.; Macedo, M.; Walker, R. T.; Coe, M.; Scheffers, B.; Arima, E.; Munoz-Carpena, R.; Valle, D.; Fraisee, C.; Moorecroft, P.; Diniz, M.; Diniz, M.; Szlafsztein, C.; Pereira, R.; Ruiz, C.; Rocha, G.; Juhn, D.; Lopes, L. O. C.; Waylen, M.; Antunes, A. 2018. Science in support of Amazonian conservation in the 21st century: the case of Brazil. Biotropica 50 (6)

Swanson, A.C. and J.F. Weishampel (2019). Scaling lidar-derived rainforest canopy metrics across a Mesoamerican landscape. International Journal of Remote Sensing 40 (24)

Swanson, A.C. and S. Bohlman. (2021). Cumulative impacts of land cover change and dams on the land-water interface of the Tocantins River. Frontiers in Environmental Science Freshwater Science (9):662904.

Swanson, A.C., S. Bohlman, M. Matthews and S. Athayde. (2021) Assessing inter- and trans-disciplinary collaboration among Amazon Dams Network (ADN) participants: Preliminary results from the Palmas workshop. in Proceedings of the Amazon Dams Network, J. Laufer, E. Marques, A.C. Swanson, S. Athayde, eds.

Swanson, A.C., S. Bohlman, S. Athayde.  (2020) Assessing inter- and trans-disciplinary collaboration among Amazon Dams International Research Network (ADN) participants: Preliminary results from the Palmas workshop. In Rios, Terras e Culturas: Aprendendo com o Sistema Socioecológico do Tocantins, J. Laufer, E. Marques, S. Athayde, A.C. Swanson, A.D.A. Zagallo, eds.

Swanson, A. C., D. Kaplan, K. Toh, E. E. Marqies, S. Bohlman (2021) Changes in floodplain hydrology following serial damming of the Tocantins River in the eastern Amazon. Science of The Total Environment 800

Timpe, K. and D. Kaplan. 2017. The changing hydrology of a dammed AmazonScience Advances 3(11):e1700611

Tucker Lima, J.M., D. Valle, E. Mateus Moretto, L.E. Cordeiro Beduschi, E. Albiach Branco, V.L. da Silva Carvalhaes, C.P. Franco Okamoto, A. Salles Praia, S.M. Paiva Pulice, D. Rondinelli Roquetti, N. Lucia Zuca, B. Barbezani, E. Labandera, K. Timpe, and D. Kaplan (2016). A social-ecological database to advance research on infrastructure development impacts in the Brazilian Amazon. Nature – Scientific Data 3:160071.

Tucker-Lima, J.; Vittor, A.; Rifai, S.; Valle, D. (2017). Does deforestation promote or inhibit malaria transmission in the Amazon? A systematic literature review and critical appraisal of current evidencePhilosophical Transaction of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372:20160125

Valle, D.; Kaplan, D. (2019). Quantifying the impacts of dams on riverine hydrology under non-stationary conditions using incomplete data and Gaussian copula models. Science of the Total Environment 677:599–611.