Leah K. VanWey
TitleCited byYear
Rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment
A De Sherbinin, LK VanWey, K McSweeney, R Aggarwal, A Barbieri, ...
Global environmental change 18 (1), 38-53, 2008
3982008
Sibship size and intellectual development: Is the relationship causal?
G Guo, LK VanWey
American Sociological Review, 169-187, 1999
3081999
Altruistic and contractual remittances between male and female migrants and households in rural Thailand
LK Vanwey
Demography 41 (4), 739-756, 2004
2632004
Land Ownership as a Determinant of International and Internal Migration in Mexico and Internal Migration in Thailand
LK VanWey
International Migration Review 39 (1), 141-172, 2005
1322005
Household demographic change and land use/land cover change in the Brazilian Amazon
LK VanWey, ÁO D’Antona, ES Brondízio
Population and Environment 28 (3), 163-185, 2007
1162007
Community organization, migration, and remittances in Oaxaca
LK VanWey, CM Tucker, ED McConnell
Latin American Research Review, 83-107, 2005
1162005
Land use change: complexity and comparisons
RR Rindfuss, B Entwisle, SJ Walsh, L An, N Badenoch, DG Brown, ...
Journal of land use science 3 (1), 1-10, 2008
1082008
Confidentiality and spatially explicit data: Concerns and challenges
LK VanWey, RR Rindfuss, MP Gutmann, B Entwisle, DL Balk
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (43), 15337-15342, 2005
1072005
Theories underlying the study of human-environment interactions
LK VanWey, E Ostrom, V Meretsky
Seeing the forest and the trees: Human-environment interactions in forest …, 2005
104*2005
Recent cropping frequency, expansion, and abandonment in Mato Grosso, Brazil had selective land characteristics
SA Spera, AS Cohn, LK VanWey, JF Mustard, BF Rudorff, J Risso, ...
Environmental Research Letters 9 (6), 064010, 2014
882014
Land ownership as a determinant of temporary migration in Nang Rong, Thailand
LK Vanwey
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 19 (2), 121-145, 2003
812003
Socioeconomic development and agricultural intensification in Mato Grosso
LK VanWey, S Spera, R de Sa, D Mahr, JF Mustard
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
772013
Cropping frequency and area response to climate variability can exceed yield response
AS Cohn, LK VanWey, SA Spera, JF Mustard
Nature Climate Change 6 (6), 601, 2016
702016
Case studies, cross-site comparisons, and the challenge of generalization: comparing agent-based models of land-use change in frontier regions
DC Parker, B Entwisle, RR Rindfuss, LK Vanwey, SM Manson, E Moran, ...
Journal of Land Use Science 3 (1), 41-72, 2008
652008
Property size and land cover change in the Brazilian Amazon
ÁO D’Antona, LK VanWey, CM Hayashi
Population and Environment 27 (5-6), 373-396, 2006
622006
Population and environment in Amazônia: landscape and household dynamics
EF Moran, ES Brondizio, L VanWey
Population, land use, and environment, 106-134, 2005
622005
Out-migration and land-use change in agricultural frontiers: insights from Altamira settlement project
LK VanWey, GR Guedes, ÁO D’Antona
Population and environment 34 (1), 44-68, 2012
592012
The phosphorus cost of agricultural intensification in the tropics
ED Roy, PD Richards, LA Martinelli, L Della Coletta, SRM Lins, ...
Nature plants 2 (5), 16043, 2016
562016
Population and upland crop production in Nang Rong, Thailand
B Entwisle, SJ Walsh, RR Rindfuss, LK VanWey
Population and Environment 26 (6), 449-470, 2005
472005
Soybean development: the impact of a decade of agricultural change on urban and economic growth in Mato Grosso, Brazil
P Richards, H Pellegrina, L VanWey, S Spera
PLoS one 10 (4), e0122510, 2015
422015
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