SUPPORTED DISSERTATIONS
DR. HERMANN EISELEN PH.D. PROGRAM
IN LATIN AMERICA

A total of 9 dissertations were supported in Latin America.

For field research in Argentina a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Kurtz, Ditmar Bernado, Management of excess standing biomass in Argentinean grasslands to increase grass and livestock productivity., 2016 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Brasil a total of 2 dissertations were supported:

  • Bustillos Ardaya, Alicia, Applying Disaster Risk Governance in Dynamic Environments. Case study Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, 2019 Summary as View-PDF
  • Gil, Juliana Dias Bernardes, Land Use Change, Agricultural Intensification and Low- Carbon Agricultural Practices in Mato Grosso, Brazil, 2016 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Columbia a total of 2 dissertations were supported:

  • Corredor, Bibiana Betancur , Agroforestry as a post-mining land-use approach for waste deposits in alluvial gold mining areas of Colombia , 2018 Summary as View-PDF
  • Grüzmacher, Monica, Understanding ecological change through palm use and management, 2014 Summary as View-PDF
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For field research in Ecuador a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Alvear, José Estuardo Jara , GIS-based sustainability assessment of decentralized rural electrification in the Amazon region - Case study Ecuador , 2017 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Mexico a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Viveros Añorve, José Luis, The Opportunity Cost of Financing Oportunidades. A General Equilibrium Assessment for Poverty Reduction in Mexico, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Paraguay a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Glauser, Marcos, Angaité’s Responses to Deforestation - Political ecology of the livelihood and land use strategies of an indigenous community from the Paraguayan Chaco, 2019 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Peru a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Quispe Zúñiga, Melissa Roxana , Mining and small-scale farming in the Andes: Socioenvironmental roots of land-use conflict, 2020 Summary as View-PDF