2019. The expansion of intensive beef farming to the Brazilian Amazon. Co-authors: Holly Gibbs, Ricardo Vale, Matthew Christie, Eduardo Florence, Derquiane Sabaini, Jacob Munger. (Global Environmental Change, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2019.05.006).
“Mapping the cattle industry in Brazil’s most dynamic cattle-ranching state: Slaughterhouses in Mato Grosso, 1967-2016“. Co-authors Holly Gibbs, Jacob Munger, Matthew Christie, Ian Schelly, Amintas Brandão. (PlosOne, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0215286).
2016. The changing climate of climate change economics (Ecological Economics, 121: 12-19).
With Marcelo Stabile, GIS without GPS: new opportunities in technology and survey design to link people and place (Population and Environment, 37 (4): 391-410).
2015. With Diana Weinhold and Eustáquio Reis, Boom-bust patterns in the Brazilian Amazon (Global Environmental Change, 35: 391-399).
The conservation versus production trade-off: does livestock intensification increase deforestation? Evidence from the Brazilian Amazon (FEEM Working Paper; Presented at FEA USP-RP (Oct. 15); AERE, San Diego (Jun.15); Envecon, London (Mar.15); LSE (Jul.14)).
2012. With Diana Weinhold and Eustáquio Reis, Sustainability in the tropics: does a boom in deforestation lead to a bust in development? (LSE Grantham Institute Working Paper; Presented at Embrapa, Brazil (Jan.13); IPEA, Brazil (Jan.13); CERDI, France (Oct.12)).
2011. With Daniel Caixeta, Cattle intensification in Amazonia (BNDES Working Paper, in Portuguese)
2009. With José Eli da Veiga, Ethics of climate change: historical responsibility, present capacity and sustainability (presented at “Climate change – global risks, challenges and decisions” congress, Copenhagen, and Brazilian Meeting of Ecological Economics, Cuiabá)