Christian Kull

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Materializing the blue economy: tuna fisheries and the theory of access in the Western Indian Ocean
Andriamahefazafy Mialy, Kull Christian A., 2019/07/25. Journal of Political Ecology, 26 (1) pp. 403-424. Peer-reviewed.
Biting the Bullet: Dealing with the Annual Hunger Gap in the Alaotra, Madagascar
Stoudmann Natasha, Reibelt Lena M., Kull Christian A., Garcia Claude A., Randriamalala Mirana, Waeber Patrick O., 2019/04/10. Sustainability, 11 (7) p. 2147.
Different environmental drivers of alien tree invasion affect different life-stages and operate at different spatial scales
Vicente J.R., Kueffer C., Richardson D.M., Vaz A.S., Cabral J.A., Hui C., Araújo M.B., Kühn I., Kull C.A., Verburg P.H. et al., 2019/02. Forest Ecology and Management, 433 pp. 263-275. Peer-reviewed.
Connected by sea, disconnected by tuna? Challenges to regionalism in the Southwest Indian Ocean
Andriamahefazafy M., Kull C. A., Campling L., 2019/01/16. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 15 (1) pp. 58-77. Peer-reviewed.
Divergent perceptions of the ‘neo-Australian' forests of lowland eastern Madagascar: Invasions, transitions, and livelihoods
Kull C.A., Harimanana S. L., Radaniela Andrianoro A., Rajoelison L. G., 2019/01. Journal of Environmental Management, 229 pp. 48-56. Peer-reviewed.
Explaining people's perceptions of invasive alien species: A conceptual framework
Shackleton R.T., Richardson D.M., Shackleton C.M., Bennett B., Crowley S.L., Dehnen-Schmutz K., Estévez R.A., Fischer A., Kueffer C., Kull C.A. et al., 2019/01. Journal of Environmental Management, 229 pp. 10-26. Peer-reviewed.
From killing lists to healthy country: Aboriginal approaches to weed control in the Kimberley, Western Australia
Bach T.M., Kull C.A., Rangan H., 2019/01/01. Journal of environmental management, 229 pp. 182-192. Peer-reviewed.
The human and social dimensions of invasion science and management
Shackleton R. T., Larson B. M.H., Novoa A., Richardson D. M., Kull C. A., 2019/01. Journal of Environmental Management, 229 pp. 1-9. Peer-reviewed.
The role of invasive alien species in shaping local livelihoods and human well-being: A review.
Shackleton R.T., Shackleton C.M., Kull C.A., 2019/01/01. Journal of environmental management, 229 pp. 145-157. Peer-reviewed.
When hydrosociality encounters sediments: Transformed lives and livelihoods in the lower basin of the Ganges River
Lafaye de Micheaux Flore, Mukherjee Jenia, Kull Christian A, 2018/12. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1 (4) pp. 641-663. Peer-reviewed.
Middle-range theories of land system change
Meyfroidt P., Roy Chowdhury R., de Bremond A., Ellis E.C., Erb K.-H., Filatova T., Garrett R.D., Grove J.M., Heinimann A., Kuemmerle T. et al., 2018/11. Global Environmental Change, 53 pp. 52-67. Peer-reviewed.
Critical Invasion Science: Weeds, Pests, and Aliens
Kull Christian A., 2018. pp. 249-272 dans Lave Rebecca, Biermann Christine, Lane Stuart (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Physical Geography, Palgrave Macmillan.
Using the ‘regime shift' concept in addressing social-ecological change : Social-ecological regime shifts
Kull Christian A., Kueffer Christoph, Richardson David M., Vaz Ana Sofia, Vicente Joana R., Honrado João Pradinho, 2018. Geographical Research, 56 (1) pp. 26-41. Peer-reviewed.
Forest transitions: a new conceptual scheme
Kull Christian A., 2017/12/15. Geographica Helvetica, 72 (4) pp. 465-474. Peer-reviewed.
Invasion Ecology goes to town : from disdain to sympathy
Salomon Cavin J., Kull C. A., 2017/10/23. Biological Invasions 19 pp. 3471-3487. Peer-reviewed.
Extent and causes of forest cover changes in Vietnam's provinces 1993–2013: a review and analysis of official data
Cochard R., Ngo D. T., Waeber P. O., Kull C. A., 2017/06. Environmental Reviews, 25 (2) pp. 199-217. Peer-reviewed.
The progress of interdisciplinarity in invasion science
Vaz Ana S., Kueffer Christoph, Kull Christian A., Richardson David M., Schindler Stefan, Muñoz-Pajares A. Jesús, Vicente Joana R., Martins João, Hui Cang, Kühn Ingolf et al., 2017/05. Ambio, 46 (4) pp. 428-442. Peer-reviewed.
Chance long-distance or human-mediated dispersal? How Acacia s.l. farnesiana attained its pan-tropical distribution
Bell K. L., Rangan H., Fernandes M. M., Kull C. A., Murphy D. J., 2017/04. Royal Society Open Science, 4 (4) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
L’environnement dans les géographies anglophone et française : émergence, transformations et circulations de la political ecology
Kull Christian A., Batterbury Simon, 2017/02/23. pp. 117-138 dans Humanités environnementales: Enquêtes et contre-enquêtes. Édité par Guillaume Blanc, Élise Demeulenaere, Wolf Feuerhahn chap. 5, Editions de la Sorbonne.
Integrating ecosystem services and disservices: insights from plant invasions
Vaz Ana S., Kueffer Christoph, Kull Christian A., Richardson David M., Vicente Joana R., Kühn Ingolf, Schröter Matthias, Hauck Jennifer, Bonn Aletta, Honrado João P., 2017. Ecosystem Services, 23 pp. 94-107. Peer-reviewed.
Non-native Species and the Aesthetics of Nature
Kueffer Christoph, Kull Christian A., 2017. pp. 311-324 dans Impact of Biological Invasions on Ecosystem Services chap. 20, Springer International Publishing.
A proposal for ethical research conduct in Madagascar
Wilmé Lucienne, Patrick O. Waeber , François Moutou, Charlie J. Gardner , Onja Razafindratsima, John Sparks, Christian A. Kull , Barry Ferguson, Wilson R. Lourenço , Paulina D. Jenkins et al., 2016. Madagascar Conservation and Development, 11 (1) pp. 36-39. Peer-reviewed.
Bushfire in Madagascar: natural hazard, useful tool, and change agent
Kull Christian A., 2016. pp. 143-167 dans Bankoff Greg, Christensen Joseph (eds.) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger chap. 6, Palgrave MacMillan.
La géographie face aux défis environnementaux dans le monde anglophone
Kull Ch. A., Batterbury S.P.J, 2016/01. pp. 227-255 dans Chartier D., Rodary E. (eds.) Manifeste pour une géographie environnementale : géographie, écologie, politique chap. 9, Les Presses SciencesPo.
Linking landscape futures with biodiversity conservation strategies in northwest Iberia - A simulation study combining surrogates with a spatio-temporal modelling approach
Santos Mário, Ferreira Daniel, Bastos Rita, Vicente Joana, Honrado João, Kueffer Christoph, Kull Christian A., Berger Uta, Cabral João Alexandre, 2016. Ecological Informatics, 33 pp. 85-100. Peer-reviewed.
Political ecology and resilience: competing interdisciplinarities?
KULL Christian A., RANGAN Haripriya, 2016. pp. 71-87 dans Hubert Bernard, Mathieu Nicole (eds.) Interdisciplinarités entre Natures et Sociétés: Colloque de Cerisy,, P.I.E. Peter Lang.
Vers une « géographie environnementale » des fleuves : rapprocher political ecology et mésologie ?
Lafaye de Micheaux F., Kull C., 2016. Géo-Regards, 9 pp. 97-117. Peer-reviewed.
Possible roles of introduced plants for native vertebrate conservation: the case of Madagascar
Gérard Anne, Ganzhorn Jörg U., Kull Christian A., Carrière Stéphanie M., 2015/11. Restoration Ecology, 23 (6) pp. 768-775. Peer-reviewed.
The history of introduction of the African baobab (Adansonia digitata, Malvaceae: Bombacoideae) in the Indian subcontinent
Bell K.L., Rangan H., Kull C.A., Murphy D.J., 2015/09. Royal Society open science, 2 (9) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
A melting pot world of species : reply to Speziale et al.
Tassin J., Kull Ch. A. , 2015. Conservation Biology, 29 (2) pp. 593-595. Peer-reviewed.
Dry forests in Madagascar: neglected and under pressure
Waeber P.O., Wilmé L., Ramamonjisoa B., Garcia C., Rakotomalala D., Rabemananjara Z.H., Kull C.A., Ganzhorn J.U., Sorg J.-P., 2015. International Forestry Review, 17 (S2) pp. 127-148. Peer-reviewed.
Facing the broader dimensions of biological invasions
Tassin J., Kull Ch. A., 2015. Land Use Policy, 42 pp. 165-169. Peer-reviewed.
Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration Enhances Rural Livelihoods in Dryland West Africa
Weston P., Hong R., Kaboré C., Kull Ch. A., 2015. Environmental Management, 55 (6) pp. 1402-1417. Peer-reviewed.
Food traditions and landscape histories of the Indian Ocean World : theoretical and methodological reflections
Rangan H., Alpers E., Denham T., Kull Ch. A. , Carney J., 2015. Environment and History, 21 (1) pp. 135-157. Peer-reviewed.
Forest Transition in Madagascar's Highlands: Initial Evidence and Implications
McConnell William, Viña Andrés, Kull Christian A., Batko Clayton, 2015. Land, 4 (4) pp. 1155-1181. Peer-reviewed.
French research traditions on peasant agricultural systems: a convergence with political ecology?
Gautier Denis, Kull Ch. A, 2015. pp. 76-88 dans Perrault T., Bridge G., McCarthy J. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology chap. 5, Routledge.
Living with invasive plants in the Anthropocene : the importance of understanding practice and experience
Head L., Larson B. M. H., Hobbs R., Atchison J., Gill N., Kull Ch., Rangan H., 2015. Conservation and Society, 13 (3) pp. 311-318. Peer-reviewed.
Marooned plants : vernacular naming practices in the Mascarene Islands
Kull Ch. A. , Alpers E., Tassin J., 2015. Environment and History, 21 (1) pp. 43-75. Peer-reviewed.
New Genetic and Linguistic Analyses Show Ancient Human Influence on Baobab Evolution and Distribution in Australia
Rangan H., Bell K. L., Baum D. A., Fowler R., McConvell P., Saunders Th., Spronck S., Kull Ch. A. , Murphy D. J., 2015. PLOS ONE, 10 (4) pp. e0119758. Peer-reviewed.
Peatlands and plantations in Sumatra, Indonesia : Complex realities for resource governance, rural development and climate change mitigation
Thorburn C. C., Kull Ch. A. , 2015. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 56 (1) pp. 153-168. Peer-reviewed.
The political ecology of ecosystem services
Kull Ch. A., Arnauld de Sartre X., Castro-Larrañaga M., 2015. Geoforum, 61 pp. 122-134. Peer-reviewed.
The political ecology of weeds : a scalar approach to landscape transformations
Kull Ch. A. , Rangan H., 2015. pp. 487-500 dans The International Handbook of Political Ecology, Bryant, R. L..
Approaching invasive species in Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , Tassin J., Carrière S. M., 2014. Madagascar Conservation and Development, 9 (2) pp. 60-70. Peer-reviewed.
Deforestation in Madagascar : debates over the island's forest cover and challenges of measuring forest change
McConnell W. J., Kull Ch. A. , 2014. pp. 67-104 dans Scales I. R. (eds.) Conservation and Environmental Management in Madagascar, Routledge-Earthscan.
Genetic diversity and biogeography of the boab Adansonia gregorii (Malvaceae: Bombacoideae)
Bell K. L., Rangan H., Fowler R., Kull Ch. A. , Pettigrew J. D., Vickers C. E., Murphy D. J., 2014. Australian Journal of Botany, 62 (2) pp. 164-174. Peer-reviewed.
Modernité écologique et services écosystémiques
Arnauld de Sartre X., Castro M., Hubert B., Kull Ch. A., 2014. pp. 31-48 dans Arnauld de Sartre X., Castro M., Dufour S., Oszwald J. (eds.) Political ecology des services Écosytémiques, P.I.E. Peter Lang.
Protecting lemurs : Madagascar's forests
McConnell W. J., Kull Ch. A. , 2014. Science, 344 (6182) p. 358. Peer-reviewed.
Pyrogeography, historical ecology, and the human dimensions of fire regimes
Roos Ch. I. , Bowman D. M. J. S., Balch J. K., Artaxo P., Bond W. J., Cochrane M., D'Antonio C. M., DeFries R., Mack M., Johnston F. H. et al., 2014. Journal of Biogeography, 41 (4) pp. 833-836. Peer-reviewed.
The roots, persistence, and character of Madagascar's conservation boom
Kull Ch. A. , 2014. pp. 146-171 dans Scales I. R. (eds.) Conservation and Environmental Management in Madagascar, Earthscan-Routledge.
Thorny problems : Industrial pastoralism and managing 'country' in Northwest Queensland
Rangan H., Wilson A., Kull Ch. A. , 2014. pp. 116-134 dans Frawley J., McCalman I. (eds.) Rethinking invasion ecologies from the environmental humanities, Routledge.
Melting pots of biodiversity : tropical smallholder farm landscapes as guarantors of sustainability
Kull Ch. A. , Carriere St. M. , Moreau S., Rakoto Ramiarantsoa H., Blanc-Pamard Ch., Tassin J., 2013. Environment : science and policy for sustainable development, 55 (2) pp. 6-15. Peer-reviewed.
Politicizing land use change in highland Madagascar : struggles with air photo analyses and conservation agendas
Kull Ch. A. , 2013. pp. 66-83 dans Brannstrom Ch., Vadjunec J. (eds.) Land Change Science : Political Ecology and Sustainability, Routledge.
Rio+20, biodiversity marginalized
Carrière S., Rodary E., Méral Ph., Serpantié G., Boisvert V., Kull Ch., Lestrelin G., Lhoutellier L., Moizo B., Smektala G. et al., 2013. Conservation Letters, 6 pp. 6-11. Peer-reviewed.
The prescribed burning debate in Australia : conflicts and compatibilities
Altangerel K., Kull Ch. A. , 2013. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56 (1) pp. 103-120. Peer-reviewed.
Air photo evidence of historical land cover change in the highlands : wetlands and grasslands give way to crops and woodlots
Kull Ch. A. , 2012. Madagascar Conservation and Development, 7 (3) pp. 144-152. Peer-reviewed.
Australian acacias: useful and (sometimes) weedy
Kull Ch. A. , Tassin J., 2012. Biological Invasions, 14 (11) pp. 2229-2233. Peer-reviewed.
Fire and people in tropical island grassland landscapes : Fiji and Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 2012. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 32 pp. 121-129. Peer-reviewed.
Hybrid improved tree fallows : harnessing invasive legumes for agroforestry
Tassin J., Rangan H., Kull Ch. A. , 2012. Agroforestry Systems, 84 (3) pp. 417-428. Peer-reviewed.
L'écologie politique et la question environnementale malgache
Kull Ch. A. , 2012. pp. 127-153 dans Rakoto Ramiarantsoa H., Blanc-Pamard Ch., Pinton F. (eds.) Géopolitique et environnement : les leçons de l'expérience malgache, IRD Éditions.
Pour une autre représentation métaphorique des invasions biologiques (Devising other metaphors for biological invasions)
Tassin J., Kull Ch. A. , 2012. Natures Sciences Sociétés, 20 pp. 404-414. Peer-reviewed.
Science, sentiment and territorial chauvinism in the acacia name change debate
Kull Ch. A. , Rangan H., 2012. pp. 197-219 dans Haberle S. G., David B. (eds.) Peopled landscapes : archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes, ANU E-Press.
The introduced flora of Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , Tassin J., Moreau S., Rakoto Ramiarantsoa H., Blanc-Pamard Ch., Carrière St. M. , 2012. Biological Invasions, 14 (4) pp. 875-888. Peer-reviewed.
A native at home and abroad : the history, politics, ethics and aesthetics of Acacia
Carruthers J., Robin L., Hattingh J. P., Kull Ch. A. , Rangan H., van Wilgen B. W., 2011. Diversity and Distributions : a journal of conservation biogeography, 17 (5) pp. 810-821. Peer-reviewed.
Adoption, use and perception of Australian acacias around the world
Kull Ch. A. , Shackleton Ch. M. , Cunningham P. J., Ducatillion C., Dufour-Dror J.-M., Esler K. J., Friday J. B., Gouveia A. C., Griffin A. R., Marchante E. et al., 2011. Diversity and Distributions : a journal of conservation biogeography, 17 (5) pp. 822-836. Peer-reviewed.
The human dimension of fire regimes on Earth
Bowman David M. J. S., Balch Jennifer K., Artaxo Paulo, Bond William J., Cochrane Mark A., D'Antonio Carla M., DeFries Ruth, Johnston Fay H., Keeley Jon E., Krawchuk M. A. et al., 2011. Journal of Biogeography, 38 (12) pp. 2223-2236. Peer-reviewed.
Forest plantations, water availability, and regional climate change : controversies surrounding Acacia mearnsii plantations in the upper Palni Hills, southern India
Rangan H., Kull Ch. A. , Alexander L., 2010. Regional Environmental Change, 10 (2) pp. 103-117. Peer-reviewed.
From hope to crisis and back again? A critical history of the global CBNRM narrative
Dressler W. H., Büscher B., Schoon M., Brockington D., Hayes T., Kull Ch. A. , McCarthy J., Shrestha K., 2010. Environmental Conservation, 37 (1) pp. 5-15. Peer-reviewed.
The Indian Ocean and the making of Outback Australia : an ecocultural odyssey
Rangan H., Kull Ch. A. , 2010. pp. 45-72 dans Moorthy Sh., Jamal A. (eds.) Indian Ocean Studies : Cultural, Social, and Political Perspectives, Routledge.
Can invasion patches of "Acacia mearnsii" serve as colonizing sites for native plant species on Réunion (Mascarene archipelago)
Tassin J., Médoc J. M., Kull Ch. A. , Rivière J.-N., Balent G., 2009. African Journal of Ecology, 47 (3) pp. 422-432. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluation préliminaire des risques d'invasion par les essences forestières à Madagascar
Tassin J., Bellefontaine R., Roger E., Kull Ch. A. , 2009. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, 299 pp. 27-36. Peer-reviewed.
Fire ecology and fire politics in Mali and Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , Laris P., 2009. pp. 171-226 dans Cochrane M. A. (eds.) Tropical Fire Ecology : Climate Change, Land Use, and Ecosystem Dynamics, Springer-Praxis.
Fire in the Earth System
Bowman D. M. J. S., Balch J. K., Artaxo P., Bond W. J., Carlson J.-M., Cochrane M. A., D'Antonio C. M., DeFries R. S., Doyle J. C., Harrison S. P. et al., 2009. Science, 324 (5926) pp. 481-484. Peer-reviewed.
Living with alien invasives : the political ecology of wattle in the eastern highveld Mpumalanga, South Africa
Aitken M., Rangan H., Kull Ch. A. , 2009. Études Océan Indien 42-43 pp. 115-142. Peer-reviewed.
Proposition d'un cadre de représentation des bioinvasions en milieu rural : cas de Acacia dealbata à Madagascar
Tassin J., Rakotomanana R., Kull Ch. A. , 2009. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, 300 pp. 3-14. Peer-reviewed.
Untangling the links between wildlife benefits and community-based conservation at Torra Conservancy, Namibia
Scanlon L. J., Kull Ch. A. , 2009. Development Southern Africa, 26 (1) pp. 75-93. Peer-reviewed.
What makes ecology 'political'? : rethinking 'scale' in political ecology
Rangan H., Kull Ch. A., 2009. Progress in Human Geography, 33 (1) pp. 28-45. Peer-reviewed.
Acacia exchanges: Wattles, thorn trees, and the study of plant movements
Kull Christian A., Rangan Haripriya, 2008. Geoforum, 39 (3) pp. 1258-1272. Peer-reviewed.
Invasive Australian acacias on western Indian Ocean islands: a historical and ecological perspective
Kull Christian A., Tassin Jacques, Rambeloarisoa G., Sarrailh J.-M., 2008. African Journal of Ecology, 46 (4) pp. 684-689. Peer-reviewed.
Landscapes of fire: origins, politics, and questions
Kull Christian A., 2008. pp. 424-429 dans David Bruno, Thomas Julian (eds.) Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, Left Coast Press.
Saving land with a spade : human landscape transformations in the Madagascar highland
Kull Ch. A. , 2008. pp. 113-135 dans Kaufmann J. C. (eds.) Greening the Great Red Island : Madagascar in Nature and Culture, Africa Institute of South Africa.
Taming the wild and 'wilding' the tame : tree breeding and dispersal in Australia and the Mediterranean
Breton C., Guerin J., Ducatillion C., Médail F., Kull Ch. A. , Bervillé A., 2008. Plant Science, 175 (3) pp. 197-205. Peer-reviewed.
Who should vote where? Geography and fairness in migrant voting rights
Kull Christian A., 2008. Geographical Research, 46 (4) pp. 459-465. Peer-reviewed.
Multifunctional, scrubby, and invasive forests? Wattles in the highlands of Madagascar
Kull Christian A., Tassin Jacques, Rangan Haripriya, 2007. Mountain Research and Development, 27 pp. 224-31. Peer-reviewed.
Tropical forest transitions and globalization: neoliberalism, migration, tourism, and international conservation agendas
Kull Christian A., Ibrahim C.K., Meredith Thomas C., 2007. Society and Natural Resources, 20 (8) pp. 723-737. Peer-reviewed.
The politics of decentralizing national parks management in the Philippines
Dressler W. H., Kull Ch. A. , Meredith T. C., 2006. Political Geography, 25 (7) pp. 789-782. Peer-reviewed.
Historical landscape photography as a tool for land use change research
Kull Christian A., 2005. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography, 59 (4) pp. 253-268. Peer-reviewed.
Les forêts de tapia des Hautes Terres malgaches
Kull Ch. A. , Ratsirarson J., Randriamboavonjy G., 2005. Tany Malagasy / Terre Malgache, 24 pp. 22-58. Peer-reviewed.
Isle of Fire : the Political Ecology of Landscape Burning in Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 2004. 256, University of Chicago Press.
Fire and the management of highland vegetation
Kull Ch. A. , 2003. pp. 153-157 dans Goodman S. M., Benstead J. P. (eds.) The Natural History of Madagascar, University of Chicago Press.
Uapaca woodlands
Kull Ch. A. , 2003. pp. 393-398 dans Goodman S. M., Benstead J. P. (eds.) The Natural History of Madagascar, University of Chicago Press.
Empowering pyromaniacs in Madagascar : ideology and legitimacy in community-based resource management
Kull Ch. A. , 2002. Development and Change, 33 (1) pp. 57-78. Peer-reviewed.
Madagascar aflame : landscape burning as peasant resistance, protest, or a resource management tool?
Kull Ch. A. , 2002. Political Geography, 21 (7) pp. 927-953. Peer-reviewed.
Madagascar's burning issue : the persistent conflict over fire
Kull Ch. A. , 2002. Environment, 44 (3) pp. 8-19. Peer-reviewed.
The "degraded" tapia woodlands of highland Madagascar : rural economy, fire ecology, and forest conservation
Kull Ch. A. , 2002. Journal of Cultural Geography, 19 (2) pp. 95-128. Peer-reviewed.
Deforestation, erosion, and fire : degradation myths in the environmental history of Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 2000. Environment and History, 6 (4) pp. 423-450. Peer-reviewed.
Observations on repressive environmental policies and landscape burning strategies in Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 1999. African Studies Quarterly, 3 (2) pp. 93-95. Peer-reviewed.
Setting the stage : the politics of Madagascar's environmental efforts
Marcus R. R., Kull Ch. A. , 1999. African Studies Quarterly, 3 (2) pp. 1-8. Peer-reviewed.
Leimavo revisited : agrarian land-use change in the highlands of Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 1998. Professional Geographer, 50 (2) pp. 163-76.
The evolution of conservation efforts in Madagascar
Kull Ch. A. , 1996. International Environmental Affairs, 8 (1) pp. 50-86.
Controls over landslide distribution in the White Mountains, New Hampshire
Kull Ch. A. , Magilligan F. J., 1994. Physical Geography, 15 (4) pp. 325-41.
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