Brian M. Napoletano
Brian M. Napoletano
Assistant Professor, Centro de Investigaciones en Geografía Ambiental, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
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Soundscape ecology: the science of sound in the landscape
BC Pijanowski, LJ Villanueva-Rivera, SL Dumyahn, A Farina, BL Krause, ...
BioScience 61 (3), 203-216, 2011
Spatial analysis and GIS in the study of COVID-19. A review
I Franch-Pardo, BM Napoletano, F Rosete-Verges, L Billa
Science of the total environment 739, 140033, 2020
Small drones for community-based forest monitoring: An assessment of their feasibility and potential in tropical areas
J Paneque-Gálvez, MK McCall, BM Napoletano, SA Wich, LP Koh
Forests 5 (6), 1481-1507, 2014
Assessment of ecosystem biodiversity by acoustic diversity indices
SH Gage, BM Napoletano, MC Cooper
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (5), 2430-2430, 2001
Grassroots innovation using drones for indigenous mapping and monitoring
J Paneque-Gálvez, N Vargas-Ramírez, BM Napoletano, A Cummings
Land 6 (4), 86, 2017
Soundscape characteristics of an environment: A new ecological indicator of ecosystem health
J Qi, SH Gage, W Joo, B Napoletano, S Biswas
Wetland and water resource modeling and assessment, 201-211, 2008
Making space in critical environmental geography for the metabolic rift
BM Napoletano, JB Foster, B Clark, PS Urquijo, MK McCall, ...
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (6), 1811-1828, 2019
The prospects of terrace agriculture as an adaptation to climate change in L atin A merica
G Bocco, BM Napoletano
Geography Compass 11 (10), e12330, 2017
The Role of Geographical Landscape Studies for Sustainable Territorial Planning
I Franch-Pardo, BM Napoletano, G Bocco, S Barrasa
Sustainability 9 (11), 2123, 2017
Measurement, quantification and interpretation of acoustic signals within an ecological context
BM Napoletano
Michigan State University. Department of Zoology, 2004
Rethinking the landscape: new theoretical perspectives for a powerful agency
A Farina, B Napoletano
Biosemiotics 3, 177-187, 2010
Spatial fix and metabolic rift as conceptual tools in land-change science
BM Napoletano, J Paneque-Gálvez, A Vieyra
Capitalism Nature Socialism 26 (4), 198-214, 2015
Henri Lefebvre’s Marxian ecological critique: recovering a foundational contribution to environmental sociology
JB Foster, BM Napoletano, B Clark, PS Urquijo
Environmental Sociology 6 (1), 31-41, 2020
Therapeutic landscapes. Paradigms and applications
A Farina, S Scozzafava, B Napoletano
Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 8 (1/4), 9, 2007
Grassroots innovation for the pluriverse: Evidence from Zapatismo and autonomous Zapatista education
E Maldonado-Villalpando, J Paneque-Gálvez, F Demaria, BM Napoletano
Sustainability Science 17 (4), 1301-1316, 2022
An ecological-Marxist response to the Half-Earth project
BM Napoletano, B Clark
Conservation & Society 18 (1), 37-49, 2020
Has (even Marxist) political ecology really transcended the metabolic rift?
BM Napoletano, PS Urquijo, J Paneque-Gálvez, B Clark, R York, ...
Geoforum 92, 92-95, 2018
Geographic rift in the urban periphery, and its concrete manifestations in Morelia, Mexico
BM Napoletano, J Paneque-Gálvez, Y Méndez-Lemus, A Vieyra
Journal of Latin American Geography 18 (1), 38-64, 2019
Henri Lefebvre's conception of nature-society in the revolutionary project of autogestion
BM Napoletano, PS Urquijo, B Clark, JB Foster
Dialogues in Human Geography, 20438206221088385, 2023
Antinomies of space and nature or an open totality? Neil Smith and Henri Lefebvre on nature and society
BM Napoletano, JB Foster, B Clark
Human Geography 15 (3), 245-258, 2022
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