Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles
Kelley, LC. 2018. The politics of uneven smallholder cacao expansion: A critical physical geography of agricultural transformation in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Geoforum, 97: 22-34.
Kelley, LC, Pitcher, L., and Bacon, CB. 2018. Using Google Earth Engine to map complex shade-grown coffee landscapes in Northern Nicaragua. Remote Sensing, 10(6), 952, doi:10.3390/rs10060952
Kelley, LC, Evans, S, and Potts, MD. 2017. Richer histories for more relevant policies_42 years of tree cover loss and gain in Southeast Sulawesi, IndonesiaGlobal Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13141.
Evans, S., Kelley, LC, and Potts, MD. 2015. The potential impact of second-generation biofuels landscapes on at-risk species in the US. Global Change Bioenergy, doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12131
Luskin, MS, Christina, ED, Kelley, LC, and Potts, MD. 2014. Modern hunting practices and wild meat trade in oil palm plantation-dominated landscapes of Sumatera, Indonesia. Human Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s10745-013-9606-8.
Potts, MD, Kelley, LC, and Doll, HS. 2013. Maximizing biodiversity co-benefits under REDD+: a decoupled approach. Environmental Research Letters 8: 1-5.
Yasmi, Y., Kelley, LC, and Enters, T. 2012. Conflicts over forests: Perspectives from Southeast Asia. Forest Policy & Economics 33: 21-27.
Yasmi, Y., Kelley LC, Murdiyarso, D and Patel, T. 2012. The struggle over Asia’s forests: An overview of forest conflict and potential implications for REDD+. International Forestry Review 14(1): 99-109.
Simon, Cohn, A….Kelley, LC. 2012. Book review, “Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies: A Primer,” by Gunilla Oberg, The Quarterly Review of Biology 87(3): 247-248.
Thaworn, R, Kelley, LC, Yasmi, Y. 2010. Can biodiversity conservation go hand-in-hand with local livelihoods? A conflict resolution case from Thailand. Unasylva 236.
Under Review
Bacon, CB, Kelley, LC, and Stewart-Frey, I. Gender, institutions and access to food and water: A comparative case study analysis from northern Nicaragua.
In Preparation
Kelley, LC, Peluso, NL., Carlson, K., Afiff, S. Circular labor migration, agrarian livelihoods, and changes in land use and control: Tracing the linkages in Southeast Asia’s village-concession landscapes.
Kelley, LC. Explaining the disconnect between “win-win” policy logics and conservation and smallholder livelihood outcomes along an Indonesian commodity frontier.
Kelley, LC, Bacon, CB, Sundstrom, W. Access to adaptation or vulnerability-in-production? Drought, coffee leaf rust and land use change along a smallholder cofffee frontier in northern Nicaragua.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Kelley, LC, Clifford, KR, Reisman, E, Lea, D, Matsler, M, Liebman, A, and Malone, M. 2018.Charting a critical physical geography path in graduate school: Sites of student agencyIn: Lave, R., Biermann, C., and Lane, S. (eds). The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Physical Geography. Palgrave Macmillan.
Dhiaulhaq, A, Yasmi, Y, Gritten, D, Kelley, LC, and Chandet, H 2015. “Land grabbing and forest conflict in Cambodia: Implications for community and sustainable forest management.” In: Galloway, G., Katila, P., de Jong, W. and Pacheco, P., eds. Forests Under Pressure: Local Responses to Global Issues. International Union of Forest Research Organizations.
White Papers & Other Book Chapters
Kelley, LC. 2014. Management along a gradient: Sulawesi’s cacao production landscapes. World Agroforestry Centre Working Paper 176. Bogor, Indonesia: World Agroforestry Centre.
Kelley, LC, Myers-Madeira, E, Blockhouse, J, Ganz, D, Eisenstad, K. and Carvalho, F. 2012. Benefit Sharing Mechanisms from the Natural Resource Management Sector and their Lessons for REDD+: 10 Case Studies. The Nature Conservancy.
Yasmi, Y, Kelley, LC, and Enters, T. 2010. Conflict over forests and land in Asia: Impacts, causes and management. Issues Paper. Bangkok, Thailand: The Center for People and Forests.
Yasmi, Y., Vanhanen, H….Kelley, LC…2010. Asian forests: Working for people and nature. WFSE-IUFRO, FAO and The Center for People and Forests.
Chandet, H, Bampton, JF, Kelley, LC, and Brofeldt, S. 2010. Whose land is this anyway? The role of collective action in maintaining community rights to the land in Kratie, Cambodia. CAPRi Workshop Proceedings, Washington, DC.