Session 159:
Land Use and Migration

Saturday, May 3
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Conrad A
2nd Floor

Chair: Annababette Wils, Population-Environment Research Network (PERN) and Tellus Institute
Discussant: Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado at Boulder

  1. Exploring the Influence of Environmental Hardship on Population Mobility in the Drylands of Argentina: The Case of the Department of JáchalSusana Adamo, University of Texas at Austin

  2. Impacts of Population Migration on Land Degradation in Tarim River Basin, Xinjiang of ChinaLeiwen Jiang, Peking University; Yufen Tong, Xinjiang University; Zhijie Zhao, Peking University; Tianhong Li, Peking University; Wei Han, Peking University

  3. The Use of Rapid Assessment Techniques to Acquire Baseline Data in Squatter Communities: The Case of Palawan Province, the PhilippinesJames W. McNally, University of Michigan; John Poggie, University of Rhode Island

  4. Migration and Land Use Change: A Case Study in Nang Rong, Buriram, ThailandWannarat Rattanawarang, Mahidol University

  5. The Influence of the Natural Environment on Migration in Burkina Faso. A Multilevel Event History AnalysisBruno Schoumaker, University of Montreal; Sabine Henry, Catholic University of Louvain; Cris Beauchemin, University of Montreal; Bonayi Dabire, University of Ouagadougou

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