Claudia Radel
Claudia Radel
Professor of Human Geography, Utah State University
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International labor migration from a tropical development frontier: globalizing households and an incipient forest transition
B Schmook, C Radel
Human Ecology 36 (6), 891-908, 2008
Untangling a decline in tropical forest resilience: constraints on the sustainability of shifting cultivation across the globe
D Lawrence, C Radel, K Tully, B Schmook, L Schneider
Biotropica 42 (1), 21-30, 2010
Labour migration and gendered agricultural relations: The feminization of agriculture in the ejidal sector of Calakmul, Mexico
C Radel, B Schmook, J McEvoy, C Mendez, P Petrzelka
Journal of Agrarian Change 12 (1), 98-119, 2012
Male transnational migration and its linkages to land-use change in a southern Campeche ejido
C Radel, B Schmook
Journal of Latin American Geography, 59-84, 2008
Agricultural livelihood transition in the southern Yucatán region: diverging paths and their accompanying land changes
C Radel, B Schmook, RR Chowdhury
Regional Environmental Change 10 (3), 205-218, 2010
Persistence of swidden cultivation in the face of globalization: a case study from communities in Calakmul, Mexico
B Schmook, N van Vliet, C Radel, M de Jesús Manzón-Che, ...
Human Ecology 41 (1), 93-107, 2013
Gendered livelihoods and the politics of socio-environmental identity: women's participation in conservation projects in Calakmul, Mexico
C Radel
Gender, Place & Culture 19 (1), 61-82, 2012
Gendered mobility and morality in a south-eastern Mexican community: Impacts of male labour migration on the women left behind
J McEvoy, P Petrzelka, C Radel, B Schmook
Mobilities 7 (3), 369-388, 2012
Environment, transnational labor migration, and gender: Case studies from southern Yucatan, Mexico and Vermont, USA
C Radel, B Schmook, S McCandless
Population and Environment 32 (2-3), 177-197, 2010
Keeping them in their place: Migrant women workers in Spain’s strawberry industry
SE Mannon, P Petrzelka, CM Glass, C Radel
International Journal of the Sociology of Agriculture and Food 19, 83, 2012
Land change science, political ecology, and sustainability: Synergies and divergences
C Brannstrom, JM Vadjunec
Routledge, 2014
Becoming farmers: Opening spaces for women's resource control in Calakmul, Mexico
C Radel
Latin American Research Review, 29-54, 2011
Extending a geographic lens towards climate justice, part 1: climate change characterization and impacts
M Burnham, C Radel, Z Ma, A Laudati
Geography Compass 7 (3), 239-248, 2013
Women's community-based organizations, conservation projects, and effective land control in southern Mexico
C Radel
Journal of Latin American Geography, 7-34, 2005
Toward a political ecology of migration: Land, labor migration, and climate change in northwestern Nicaragua
C Radel, B Schmook, L Carte, S Mardero
World Development 108, 263-273, 2018
Migration and climate change
G Hugo
Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2013
Land system science and the social–environmental system: the case of Southern Yucatán Peninsular Region (SYPR) project
BL Turner II, J Geoghegan, D Lawrence, C Radel, B Schmook, C Vance, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 19, 18-29, 2016
The gender dynamics of conditional cash transfers and smallholder farming in Calakmul, Mexico
C Radel, B Schmook, N Haenn, L Green
Women's Studies International Forum 65, 17-27, 2017
Comparison of direct transfers for human capital development and environmental conservation
Z Ma, J Bauchet, D Steele, R Godoy, C Radel, L Zanotti
World Development 99, 498-517, 2017
Smallholders’ adaptations to droughts and climatic variability in southeastern Mexico
S Mardero, B Schmook, C Radel, Z Christman, D Lawrence, M Millones, ...
Environmental Hazards 14 (4), 271-288, 2015
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