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Selected publications

G: denotes graduate student co-author

Holland, M.B., K.W. Jones, L. Naughton-Treves, J.L. Freire, M. Morales, L. Suárez. 2017. Titling land to conserve forests: the case of Cuyabeno Reserve in Ecuador. Global Environmental Change 44:27-38. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.02.004

Holland, M.B., and D. Lansing. 2016. Forests in limbo: assessing Costa Rica’s forest and land reform policies. Society and Natural Resources. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2016.1257080

Holland, M.B., S.Z. ShamerG, P.A. Imbach, J.C. Zamora, C. Medellin, E. Leguia, C. Donatti, M.R. Martínez, C.A. Harvey. 2016. Mapping adaptive capacity and smallholder agriculture: applying expert knowledge at the landscape scale. Climatic Change. Open access here.

Jones, K.W., M.B. Holland, L. Naughton-Treves, M. Morales, L. Suárez, K. KeelanG. 2016. Forest conservation incentives and deforestation in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Environmental Conservation.

McKinnon, M.C., S.H. Cheng, S.I. DupreG, J. Edmond, R. Garside, L. Glew, M.B. Holland, E. Levine, Y. Masuda, D. Miller, I. Oliveria, J. Revenaz, D. Roe, S.Z. ShamerG , D. Wilkie, S. Wongbusarakum, E. Woodhouse. 2016. What are the effects of nature conservation on human wellbeing? A systematic map of research from developing countries. Environmental Evidence.

Dupre, S. I. G, M.B. Holland, J. R. Baker G, K.L. Miller G, L.M. Gordon G, A.C. Kelly, Y.J. Masuda, B.E. Robinson. 2016. The Impact of Land Tenure Interventions on Forests and Livelihoods in the Tropics: Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Map. World Bank Land and Poverty Conference 2016.  

McKinnon, M.C., S.H. Cheng, R. Garside, Y.J. Masuda, D.C. Miller, J. Brun, R. Butterfield, J. Edmond, L. Glew, M.B. Holland*, E. Levine, Y J. Masuda, A. Pullin, D. Roe, M. Schildhauer, W.R. Turner, D. Wilkie, S. Wongbusarakum and E. Woodhouse. 2015. Sustainability: Map the evidence. Nature 528: 185-187.*In the published version on-line, only the first five authors are listed, and the rest are included as co-signatories. M. McKinnon has listed the publication on Google Scholar here 

Bottrill, M., S. Cheng, R. Garside, S. Wongbusarakum, D. Roe, M.B. Holland, J. Edmond, W.R. Turner. 2015. What are the impacts of nature conservation interventions on human well-being: a systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence 3:16.

Robinson, B., M.B. Holland, L. Naughton-Treves. 2014. Does secure land tenure save forests? A meta-analysis of the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation. Global Environmental Change 29:281-293.

Holland, M.B., F. de Koning, M. Morales, L. Naughton-Treves, B. Robinson, L. Suárez. 2014. Complex tenure and deforestation: implications for conservation incentives in the Ecuadorian Amazon. World Development 55: 21-36.

Holland, M.B. 2012. “The Mesoamerican Biological Corridor: Conservation in a changing climate” in: Conservation and climate change: Ecoregional science and practice in a changing climate, Eds. C. Chester, J. Hilty, and M. Cross. Island Press.

Andam, K., P. Ferraro, K. Sims, A. Healy, M.B. Holland. 2010. “Protected areas reduced poverty in Costa Rica and Thailand”.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(22):9996-10001.

Naughton-Treves, L., N. Alvarez-Berrios, K. Brandon, A. Bruner, M.B. Holland, C. Ponce, M. Saenz, L. Suarez, and A. Treves. 2006. “Expanding protected areas and incorporating human resource use: A study of 15 forest parks in Ecuador and Peru” Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy. 2(2):32-44.

Naughton-Treves, L., M.B. Holland, and K. Brandon. 2005. “The Role of Protected Areas in Conserving Biodiversity and Sustaining Local Livelihoods” Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 30:219-252.

Zimmerer, K., R.E. Galt, and M.V.Buck (Holland). 2004. “Globalization and the Coverage of Protected Areas (1980-2000): Trends at the World-Region and Country Levels”. AMBIO, Issue 8, December, 2004.