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2018
Zeng Z, Gower DB, Wood EF.  2018.  Accelerating forest loss in Southeast Asian Massif in the 21st century: A case study in Nan Province, Thailand. Global Change Biology. 24(10):4682-4695.
Feurer M, Gritten D, Than MMaung.  2018.  Community Forestry for Livelihoods: Benefiting from Myanmar's Mangroves. Forests. 9(3):1-15.
Sitthisuntikul K, Yossuck P, Limnirankul B.  2018.  How does organic agriculture contribute to food security of small land holders?: A case study in the North of Thailand Cogent Food & Agriculture. 4(1):1-12.
Erni C, Nikornuaychai P, Houng L.  2018.  Indigenous peoples, land rights and forest conservation in Myanmar. :i-vii,1-91.
Silalertruksa T, Gheewala SH.  2018.  Land-water-energy nexus of sugarcane production in Thailand. Journal of Cleaner Production. 182:521-528.
Hunsberger C, Work C, Herre R.  2018.  Linking climate change strategies and land conflicts in Cambodia: Evidence from the Greater Aural region. World Development. 108:309-320.
Apornsilp R, Thaworn R.  2018.  Nested Interconnection: Transgressing Community-Based Natural Resource Management towards Innovating Collective Landscape Mobilization. A case of Boonrueng Wetland Forest Conservation against Land Conversion for Special Economic Zone in the North of Thail. 2018 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty. :1-20.
Panichvejsunti T, Kuwornu JKM, Shivakoti GP, Grünbühel C, Soni P.  2018.  Smallholder farmers’ crop combinations under different land tenure systems in Thailand: The role of flood and government policy. Land Use Policy. 72:129-137.
Virapongse A..  2018.  Smallholders and forest landscape restoration in upland northern Thailand. International Forestry Review. 19(4):102-119.
2017
Diepart JChristophe, Schoenberger L.  2017.  Concessions in Cambodia: Governing profits, extending state power and enclosing resources from the colonial era to the present. The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. :157-168.
Dao_Minh_Truong _, Yanagisawa M, Kono Y.  2017.  Forest transition in Vietnam: A case study of Northern mountain region. Forest Policy and Economics. 76:72-80.
Dhiaulhaq A, Wiset K, Thaworn R, Kane S, Gritten D.  2017.  Forest, water and people: The roles and limits of mediation in transforming watershed conflict in Northern Thailand. Forest and Society. 1(2):44-59.
Work C, Thuon R.  2017.  Inside and outside the maps: mutual accommodation and forest destruction in Cambodia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):360-377.
Hoang_Huu_Nguyen _, Dargusch P, Moss P, Aziz AAbdul.  2017.  Land-use change and socio-ecological drivers of wetland conversion in Ha Tien Plain, Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Land Use Policy. 64:101-113.
Trædal LTore, Vedeld POlav.  2017.  Livelihoods and Land Uses in Environmental Policy Approaches: The Case of PES and REDD+ in the Lam Dong Province of Vietnam. Forests. 8(2):1-20.
Rossi A, Nan SNa.  2017.  Neoliberalism and the Integration of Labor and Natural Resources: Contract Farming and Biodiversity Conservation in Northern Thailand. Dreams of Prosperity: Inequality and Integration in Southeast Asia. :55-93.
Baird IG, Barney K.  2017.  The political ecology of cross-sectoral cumulative impacts: modern landscapes, large hydropower dams and industrial tree plantations in Laos and Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):769-795.
Cosier M, Phelps J, Thaung_Naing_Oo _, Win_Hlaing _, Whitten T, Fogerite J, Speechly H, Aguirre D, Wilson T, Williams G et al..  2017.  Political transition and emergent forest-conservation issues in Myanmar. Conservation Biology. 31(6):1257-1270.
The_Rights_And_Resources_Initiative _.  2017.  Power and Potential: A Comparative Analysis of National Laws and Regulations Concerning Women's Rights to Community Forests. :i-ii,1-96.
Ironside J.  2017.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Vietnam. :i-vi,1-54.
Lim CLing, Prescott GW, De Alban JDon T, Ziegler AD, Webb EL.  2017.  Untangling the proximate causes and underlying drivers of deforestation and forest degradation in Myanmar. Conservation Biology. 31(6):1362-1372.

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