Tom Evans
Tom Evans
School of Geography, Development and Environment, University of Arizona
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A review and assessment of land-use change models: dynamics of space, time, and human choice
C Agarwal
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, 2002
Multi-scale analysis of a household level agent-based model of landcover change
TP Evans, H Kelley
Journal of environmental management 72 (1-2), 57-72, 2004
Scale-dependent relationships between population and environment in northeastern Thailand
SJ Walsh, TP Evans, WF Welsh, B Entwisle, RR Rindfuss
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 65 (1), 97, 1999
Agent-based modeling of deforestation in southern Yucatan, Mexico, and reforestation in the Midwest United States
SM Manson, T Evans
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (52), 20678-20683, 2007
A dynamic model of household decision-making and parcel level landcover change in the eastern Amazon
TP Evans, A Manire, F De Castro, E Brondizio, S McCracken
Ecological Modelling 143 (1-2), 95-113, 2001
Geographic information systems, spatial network analysis, and contraceptive choice
B Entwisle, RR Rindfuss, SJ Walsh, TP Evans, SR Curran
Demography 34 (2), 171-187, 1997
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
Crop diversification as a smallholder livelihood strategy within semi-arid agricultural systems near Mount Kenya
PF McCord, M Cox, M Schmitt-Harsh, T Evans
Land Use Policy 42, 738-750, 2015
Debates—Perspectives on socio‐hydrology: Socio‐hydrologic modeling: Tradeoffs, hypothesis testing, and validation
TJ Troy, M Pavao‐Zuckerman, TP Evans
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4806-4814, 2015
Spatial integration of social and biophysical factors related to landcover change
TP Evans, EF Moran
Population and development review 28, 165-186, 2002
The water-energy-food security nexus through the lenses of the value chain and the institutional analysis and development frameworks
S Villamayor-Tomas, P Grundmann, G Epstein, T Evans, C Kimmich
Water Alternatives 8 (1), 735-755, 2015
Structuring institutional analysis for urban ecosystems: A key to sustainable urban forest management
SK Mincey, M Hutten, BC Fischer, TP Evans, SI Stewart, JM Vogt
Urban ecosystems 16 (3), 553-571, 2013
Assessing the transition from deforestation to forest regrowth with an agent-based model of land cover change for south-central Indiana (USA)
TP Evans, H Kelley
Geoforum 39 (2), 819-832, 2008
National forest carbon inventories: policy needs and assessment capacity
K Andersson, TP Evans, KR Richards
Climatic Change 93 (1), 69-101, 2009
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
Strategic directions for agent-based modeling: avoiding the YAAWN syndrome
D O’Sullivan, T Evans, S Manson, S Metcalf, A Ligmann-Zielinska, C Bone
Journal of land use science 11 (2), 177-187, 2016
Carbon stocks in coffee agroforests and mixed dry tropical forests in the western highlands of Guatemala
M Schmitt-Harsh, TP Evans, E Castellanos, JC Randolph
Agroforestry Systems 86 (2), 141-157, 2012
Regimes of information: Land use, management, and policy
HR Ekbia, TP Evans
The Information Society 25 (5), 328-343, 2009
Spatially explicit experiments for the exploration of land‐use decision‐making dynamics
TP Evans, W Sun, H Kelley
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 20 (9), 1013-1037, 2006
Changing landscapes, changing disciplines: seeking to understand interdisciplinarity in landscape ecological change research
L Musacchio, E Ozdenerol, M Bryant, T Evans
Landscape and Urban Planning 73 (4), 326-338, 2005
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