Lisa Naughton

  1. Álvarez-Berríos, Nora, Jessica L’Roe, and Lisa Naughton-Treves. “Does formalizing artisanal gold mining mitigate environmental impacts? Deforestation evidence from the Peruvian Amazon.” Environmental Research Letters6 (2021): 064052.
  2. Naughton-Treves, L., & Holland, M. (2019). Losing ground in protected areas?. Science 364(6443), 832-833.
  3. Jones, K.W., Etchart, N., Holland, M., Naughton-Treves, L. and Arriagada, R., 2020. The impact of paying for forest conservation on perceived tenure security in Ecuador. Conservation Letters, p.e12710.
  4. Kimambo, N.E., L’Roe, J., Naughton-Treves, L. and Radeloff, V.C., 2020. The role of smallholder woodlots in global restoration pledges–Lessons from Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics115, p.102144.
  5. Masuda, Yuta J., Allison C. Kelly, Brian E. Robinson, Margaret B. Holland, Charles Bedford, Malcolm Childress, Edward T. Game et al. “How do practitioners characterize land tenure security?.” Conservation Science and Practice 2, no. 5 (2020): e186.
  6. Etchart, Nicolle, José Luis Freire, Margaret B. Holland, Kelly W. Jones, and Lisa Naughton-Treves. “What happens when the money runs out? Forest outcomes and equity concerns following Ecuador’s suspension of conservation payments.” World development 136 (2020): 105124.