Nicholas Cuba
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Extractive industries, livelihoods and natural resource competition: Mapping overlapping claims in Peru and Ghana
N Cuba, A Bebbington, J Rogan, M Millones
Applied Geography 54, 250-261, 2014
The impact of tree cover loss on land surface temperature: A case study of central Massachusetts using Landsat Thematic Mapper thermal data
J Rogan, M Ziemer, D Martin, S Ratick, N Cuba, V DeLauer
Applied Geography 45, 49-57, 2013
Research note: Sankey diagrams for visualizing land cover dynamics
N Cuba
Landscape and Urban Planning 139, 163-167, 2015
Evaluating conflict surrounding mineral extraction in Ghana: Assessing the spatial interactions of large and small-scale mining
K Patel, J Rogan, N Cuba, A Bebbington
The Extractive Industries and Society 3 (2), 450-463, 2016
Mapping licit and illicit mining activity in the Madre de Dios region of Peru
A Elmes, JG Yarlequé Ipanaqué, J Rogan, N Cuba, A Bebbington
Remote Sensing Letters 5 (10), 882-891, 2014
Priorities for governing large-scale infrastructure in the tropics
A Bebbington, A Chicchon, N Cuba, E Greenspan, S Hecht, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (36), 21829-21833, 2020
Modelling dry season deciduousness in Mexican Yucatán forest using MODIS EVI data (2000–2011)
N Cuba, J Rogan, Z Christman, CA Williams, LC Schneider, D Lawrence, ...
GIScience & remote sensing 50 (1), 26-49, 2013
Mining, risk and climate resilience in the ‘other’P acific: L atin A merican lessons for the S outh P acific
AJ Bebbington, J Bury, N Cuba, J Rogan
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 56 (2), 189-207, 2015
Visualizing competing claims on resources: Approaches from extractive industries research
AJ Bebbington, N Cuba, J Rogan
Applied Geography 52 (5), 5e56, 2014
Geographies of Conflict: Mapping overlaps between extractive industries and agricultural land uses in Ghana and Peru
A Bebbington, J Rogan, N Cuba, K Slack
Oxfam America, 2014
The overlapping geographies of resource extraction
A Bebbington, N Cuba, J Rogan
ReVista (Cambridge) 13 (2), 20, 2014
Remittances and land change: A systematic review
EA Mack, LA Sauls, BD Jokisch, K Nolte, B Schmook, Y He, C Radel, ...
World Development 168, 106251, 2023
Cross-scale correlation between in situ measurements of canopy gap fraction and Landsat-derived vegetation indices with implications for monitoring the seasonal phenology in …
N Cuba, J Rogan, D Lawrence, C Williams
remote sensing 10 (7), 979, 2018
Local variability in the timing and intensity of tropical dry forest deciduousness is explained by differences in forest stand age
N Cuba, D Lawrence, J Rogan, CA Williams
GIScience & remote sensing 55 (3), 437-456, 2018
‘Tradescapes’ in the forest: framing infrastructure’s relation to territory, commodities, and flows
PD Marimón, DH Bebbington, AJ Bebbington, LA Sauls, N Cuba, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 53, 29-36, 2021
Emerging hot spot analysis to indicate forest conservation priorities and efficacy on regional to continental scales: a study of forest change in Selva Maya 2000–2020
N Cuba, LA Sauls, AJ Bebbington, DH Bebbington, A Chicchon, ...
Environmental Research Communications 4 (7), 071004, 2022
Measuring and categorizing the water-related downstream risks associated with mineral extraction in Honduras: How severe, and how distributed?
N Cuba, B Fash, J Rogan, A Khan, JLP Herrera, REC Andino, ...
Applied geography 111, 102070, 2019
Tracking forest dynamic trends in Belize: the role of protected areas, agriculture, and fire in the South Eastern Selva Maya
K Green, J Rogan, L Sauls, N Cuba, RK Pennell, D Bebbington
Remote Sensing Letters 13 (8), 778-788, 2022
'Tradescapes' in the forest: framing infrastructure's relation to territory, commodities, and flows.
P Delpino Marimón, D Humphreys Bebbington, AJ Bebbington, LA Sauls, ...
Modelling tropical dry forest deciduousness using spatially downscaled TRMM data
N Cuba, J Rogan
2014 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 1057-1060, 2014
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