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Papers in Refereed Journals

Farrow, A.; Larrea, C.; Hyman, G.G.; Lema, G. 2005. "Exploring the spatial variation of food poverty in Ecuador." Food Policy. 30:510-531.

Ferguson, M.E.; Jarvis, A.; Stalker,H.T.; Williams,D.E.; Guarino,L.; Valls, J.F.M.; Pittman, R.N.; Simpson, C.E.; Bramel, P. 2005. "Biogeography of wild Arachis (Leguminosae): distribution and environmental characterisation." Biodiversity and Conservation. 14:1777-1798.

Hijmans, R. J.; Cameron, S. E.; Parra, J. L.; Jones, P. G.; Jarvis, A. (2005) Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal Of Climatology, 25, 1965-1978.

Hyman,G.G.; Larrea, C.; Farrow, A.. 2005. "Methods, results and policy implications of poverty and food security mapping assessments." Food Policy. 30:453-460.

Jarvis, A.; Williams, K.; Williams, D.; Guarino, L.; Caballero, P.; Mottram, G. (2005) Use of GIS for Optimizing a Collecting Mission for a Rare Wild Pepper (Capsicum flexuosum Sendtn.) in Paraguay. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 52, 671-682.

Otero, M., Rubiano, J. Lema, G and Soto, V. 2006 Using similarity analyses to scale out research findings similarity analysis. Water International. Special Issue on Scales and Water Resources Management. (In press).

Peters, M.; Hyman, G.G.; Jones, P.G. 2005. Identifying areas for field conservation of forages in Latin American disturbed environments. Ecology and Society 10(1):1-14

Rubiano, J., Quintero, M., Estrada, R.D., Moreno, A. 2006. Mult-scale Análisis for Promoting Integrated Watresheet Management. Water International. Special Issue on Scales and Water Resources Management. (In press).

White,D.; Arca,M.; Alegre,J.; Yanggen,D.; Labarta,R.; Weber, J.; Sotelo,C. & Vidaurre,H. 2005. Alternatives to Slash-and-Burn (ASB) in Peru: Challenges, Research, and Impact. In: Slash and Burn Agriculture: The Search for Alternatives. Columbia University Press.

White,D.; Laberta, E. L. 2005. Technology Adoption by Resource-poor Farmers: Considering the Opportunity Costs of Peak-season Labor. Agricultural Systems 85(2): 183-201.

Book Chapters

Bunundschuh, J.; Winograd, M.; Day, M.; Alvarado, G. Regional geographical, social, economic, and environmental framework and developments, Chapter 1, Central America: Geology, Resources and Hazards, Balkema Publisher Co, The Netherlands. (In Press)

Degen, B., Jarvis, A. & Vinceti, B. (2004). Modelling the biological processes: from genes to ecosystems. In: Vinceti,B.; Amaral,W.; Meilleur,B. (eds). Challenges in managing forest genetic resources for livelihoods: some examples from Brazil and Argentina. IPGRI, Rome, Italy. p. 71-90.

Downing, T.; Patwardhan, A.; Klein, R.; Mukhala, E.; Stephen, L.; Winograd, M.; Ziervogel, G. 2005. Assessing Vulnerability for Climate Adaptation, Chapter 3, In: Lim, B.; Spanger-Siegfried,E. (eds). Adaptation Policy Framework for Climate Adaptation: Developing Strategies, Policies and Measures. UNDP, Camdridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. p. 61-90.

Jarvis, A.; Mulligan, M. The climate of cloud forests. In: Bruijnzeel, L.A.; Juvik, J.; Scatena, F.N.; Hamilton, L.S; Bubb, P. (eds.). Forests in the mist: Science for conserving and managing tropical montane cloud forests. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, US. (In Press)

Jarvis, A.; Yeaman, S.; Guarino, L.; Tohme, J. (2005). The role of geographic analysis in locating, understanding, and using plant genetic diversity. Methods in Enzymology (eds J. N. Abelson & M. I. Simon), pp. 279-298. Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.

Mulligan, M.; Torres, E.; Jarvis, A.; Gonzalez, J. Field and laboratory measurement of rates of cloud interception by epiphytes, leaves and fog collectors. In: Bruijnzeel, L.A.; Juvik, J.; Scatena, F.N.; Hamilton, L.S.; Bubb, P. (eds.). Forests in the mist: Science for conserving and managing tropical montane cloud forests. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, US. (In Press)

Winograd M. 2005, Propuesta para una agenda de investigación en tecnología y manejo integrado de recursos naturales, Capitulo 3, FONTAGRO, Washington, D.C. p. 107-163. Documento de Trabajo # 4.

Yeaman, S.; Jarvis, A. (2004). Environmental heterogeneity shapes genetic diversity through gene flow in Araucaria araucana forest ecosystems in Argentina. In: Vinceti,B.; Amaral,W.; B. Meilleur (eds). Challenges in managing forest genetic resources for livelihoods: some examples from Brazil and Argentina pp. IPGRI, Rome, Italy. p. 211-217.

Ziervogel, G.; Cabot, C.; Winograd, M.; Segnestam, L.; Wilson, K.; Downing, T. Vulnerability assessments and risk maps in Honduras before and after hurricane Mitch: Protecting the vulnerable. In: Stephen, L.; Downing, T. E.; Rahman, A (eds). Approaches to vulnerability: Food systems and environments in crisis. Earthscan, London. (In Press)

Books

Jarvis, A. 2005. Terrain Controls on the Distribution of Tree Species Diversity and Structure in Tropical Lowland and Tropical Montane Forest. Thesis (PhD). University of London, King's College London Department of Geography. 438p.

Maxted, N., Mabuza, P., Moss, H., Padulosi, S., Jarvis, A. & Guarino, L. (2004) An ecogeographic study: African Vigna. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy. 454 p.

Workshop and Conference Papers/Presentations

ENDA & CIAT (Winograd, M.). 2005. Vulnerability and Adaptation Training and Capacity Building Activities and Tools. Climate change capacity development (C3D) Project (Mind, Sri Lanka, ENDA, Senegal and ERC, South Africa with UNITAR), Side Event, COP 11 Conference, December 6, Montreal, Canada.

Farrow, A. 2005. From Root Rots to Packet Tracking: Spatial Analysis for CIAT-Africa. CGIAR-Consortium for Spatial Information (CSI) meeting, 17-21 October, Nairobi, Kenya.

Farrow, A. 2005. MarkSim a Spatial Weather Generator: the Theory, its Structure, Function, Outputs and Limitations. Investing in rain-fed farming systems of sub-Saharan Africa: Evaluating the agricultural implications of current climatic variability and planning for future climate change, 24-26 May, Nairobi, Kenya.

Farrow, A. 2005. The Role of GIS and Spatial Analysis. Exploring the multiple potentials of soybeans in enhancing rural livelihoods and small industry in East Africa, 28- 29 January, Nairobi, Kenya.

Hyman, G. 2005. Deforestation bow waves in the Central Peruvian Amazon. International Symposium, "The Stability of Rainforest Margins: Linking Ecological, Economic and Social Constraints of Land Use and Conservation", 19-23 September. Georg-August-University of Goettingen, Germany.

Hyman, G. 2005. Desarrollo Sostenible en América Latina y El Caribe, a Escalas Local, Nacional y Regional. Presentation to Kellogg Foundation representatives meeting in CIAT, 18 February, Cali, Colombia.

Hyman, G. 2005. Priority Setting for Biofortification Strategy. Presentation to the HarvestPlus - AgroSalud Linkage External Review, 9 August, Cali, Colombia.

Hyman, G. 2005. Geographic Analysis for Targeting Biofortified Beans. Presentation to AgroSalud specialists in bean improvement in Latin America, 18 August, Cali, Colombia.

Hyman, G. 2005. Prospects for Estimating Habitat Change in Latin America and the Caribbean Using Land Cover and Population Data: 1950-2000. 6th Open Meeting on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community, 9-13 October. University of Bonn, Germany.

Jarvis, A. 2005. Conservation and Use of Plant Genetic Resources - Spatial Analysis for Targeting, World Conservation Monitoring. Centre (WCMC) International Seminar, June, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Jarvis, A. 2005. Spatial Analysis of Plant Genetic Resource Distribution: Providing Information for Targeting Ex Situ Collection and In Situ Conservation. Society for Conservation Biology ConBio2005 Conference, 11-15 July University Nacional de Brasil, Brasilia.

Jarvis, A. 2005. Uso de Datos Espaciales para la Predicción en Agricultura y Ciencias Ambientales. Seminario sobre la Agricultura de Precisión en Colombia Corporación Biotec, Cali, Colombia.

Jones, P.G.; Thornton, P.K.; Jarvis, A.; Beebe, S. 2005. How the CGIAR should respond to climate change. Paper presented at World Conference on Disaster Reduction, 18-22 January, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan.

LäLabarta,R. & White,D. 2005. Criterios e Instrumentos para Avaliação de Sistemas Agroflorestais: Rentabilidade Económica. International Workshop Iniciativas Promissoras e Fatores Limitantes para o Desenvolvimento de Sistemas Agroflorestais como Alternativa a Degradaçao Ambiental na Amazônia. 19-28 January, Belem, Brazil.

Laderach, P. & Oberthür, T. 2005. Experiencias sobre las Necesidades y la Precisión de Medidas para Determinar la Calidad de Café Especial en Taza. III Simposio Internacional de Café y Cacao CUBACAFE'05, 16 al 18 de Noviembre, Santiago de Cuba.

Laderach, P.; Collet ,L., & Pohlan, J. 2005. Caracterización de la Calidad de Taza y su Interacción con las Condiciones del Ambiente en el Cauca, Colombia. III Simposio Intenacional de Café y Cacao CUBACAFE'05, 16 al 18 de Noviembre, Santiago de Cuba.

Niederhauser, N. & Oberthür, T. 2005. Information Management for Agricultural High Value Product Supply Chains. Deutscher Tropentag Stuttgart The Global Food & Product Chain Dynamics, Innovations, Conflicts, Strategies, 11 - 13 October, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart-Hohenheim.

Oberthür, T. 2005. Connecting People, Markets and Environment through Niche Management. International Workshop of the Diversification Agriculture Project Alliance, 21-23 February Workshop in CIAT, Cali, 23-26 February Fieldtrip to coffee & honey producing project zones in Huila, Colombia

Oberthür, T. 2005. Product Differentiation in Supply Chains of High Value Crops. Workshop with CIRAD Tree Crop Department.

Quintero,M.; Estrada, R.;, Rubiano,J. & Giron, E. 2005. Measurement and Valuation of Water-Related Environmental Services. Special Session "Payment for Environmental Services" in the "Water for Food and Ecosystems" FAO-Netherlands Conference, January 31 to February 5, The Hague, Netherlands.

White,D. & IMAT team. 2005. Overcoming Land Degradation to Mitigate Deforestation in the Humid Tropics. August, Catholic Relief Services. Baltimore USA.

White,D.; Labarta,R. & Leguia,E. 2005. New Agricultural Technologies: Are Subsistence Farmers to Busy to Adopt them?. Development Forum. November BOKU University, Vienna, Austria.

Winograd M. 2005. Vulnérabilité et Adaptation : les éléments de base pour passer de la théorie à la pratique. Atelier International de Formation de Formateurs sur Vulnérabilité et Adaptation aux Changements Climatiques, 5-7 July, ENDA, Dakar, Senegal.

Winograd M. and B. Fall. 2005. Concepts, méthodes et outils pour évaluer la vulnérabilité et les stratégies d'adaptation. Atelier International de Formation de Formateurs sur Vulnérabilité et Adaptation aux Changements Climatiques, 5-7 July, ENDA, Dakar, Senegal.

Winograd, M. 2005. Vulnérabilité et adaptation: Le contexte général. Atelier International de Formation de Formateurs sur Vulnérabilité et Adaptation aux Changements Climatiques, 5-7 July, ENDA, Dakar, Senegal.

Winograd, M. & Thomas, J.P. 2005. Capacity Building on Climate Change: Vulnerability and Adaptation Component. Capacity Building for Sustainable Development and Climate Change, MIND training of trainers workshop, May 30-Jun 2, MIND, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Yeaman, S. & Jarvis, A. 2005. Maintenance of Diversity in a Heterogeneous Environment: Landscape Predicts Variance within Populations of Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta). Evolution 2005 Conference, 10th-14th June, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Technical Reports and Information Products

CIAT, SEI, ENDA and UNITAR. 2005. Fiches Techniques pour l'Appui du Processus
PANA/Technical Sheets to Support NAPA Process, UNITAR, Geneve, Switzerland. 8p.
ENDA en collaboration avec CIAT, SEI et UNITAR. 2005. Compte Rendu de l'Atelier de Formation de Formateurs sur Vulnérabilité et Adaptation aux Changements Climatiques/Train of Trainers Workshop Report on Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment, ENDA-TM, Dakar, Senegal. 25 p.

Jones, P. G.; Díaz, W.; Cock, J. 2005. Homologue: A Computer System for Identifying Similar Environments Throughout the Tropical World. [CD-ROM] Version Beta a.0 2005. Series International Center for Tropical Agriculture.

Jones, P. G.; Gladkov, A. 2005. FloraMap: A Computer Tool for Predicting the Distribution of Plants and Other Organisms in the Wild. [CD-ROM] Version 1.03 2005. Series International Center for Tropical Agriculture.

Oberthür, T. 2006. Diversification Agriculture Project Alliance (DAPA) in Latin America. ICT Update Issue 30 Precision farming, January 2006. Series International Center for Tropical Agriculture. Available in: http://ictupdate.cta.int/index.php/article/articleview/534/1/96/

Winograd, M.; Fall, B. ; Thomas, J. P. et al. 2005. Formation de formateurs sur l'évaluation de la vulnérabilité et les stratégies d'adaptation/Train of trainers on vulnerability and adaptation strategies assessment. [CD-ROM]. CIAT, ENDA, SEI, UNITAR, C3D Project, ENDA-TM, Dakar, Senegal.

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