Building Conservation Capacity in a Changing Amazonia. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the American Council for Education’s (ACE) Higher Education for Development (HED) program awarded the University of Richmond $750,000 over 21.5 years to assist a Peruvian Amazonian university, Universidad Nacional de Ucayali, to better prepare students and faculty to improve biodiversity conservation and sustainability in the Amazon rainforest. Dr. Salisbury is Project Director for the University of Richmond.
Pan-American Institute of Geography and History. 2012.
The Pan-American Institute of Geography and History awarded Dr. Salisbury a grant in 2012 to organize and lead a one week cartography workshop between representatives from localities in the two countries with the largest portion of the Amazon River basin: Acre, Brazil and Ucayali, Peru.
Boettner, J., Sager-Gellerman, G., Strickler, E., Courtenay, C., Gilb, R., Gordon, W., Leonard, G., Marconi, J., McGovern, M., Nagle, M., Paiz Tejada, C., Pericak, A., Price, M., Vassallo, D., Yowell, R., y Salisbury, D. S. 2012. “Un Análisis Multi-escalar del Sistema Forestal Peruano.” Poster presented at the Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, January 10-13, 2012, Mérida, México.
Price, R. M., Billups, K., Bodner, S., Burbank, M., Cohan. E., Elliott, S., Landesberg, C., Leonard, G., Marconi, J., McGovern, M., Petrosino, J., Phadke, A., Phelan, C., Purdy, A., and Salisbury, D. S. 2011. “The Temporal and Spatial Connectivity of the Gambles Mill Corridor, Richmond, VA.” Poster presented at the South Eastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, November 20-22, 2011, Savannah, GA.
Goldin, A., Nuñez, Y., Salisbury, D. S., Águila Soria, J., Espinosa Linares, R., Pinedo Ramírez, E., Rosero Flores, L., Nuñez Sánchez, M., Cavero Oroche, G., Vela Alvarado, J. W., Barreto Vásquez, O., Almeida Villanueva, G., Pérez Alván, C. 2011. “Gestión Invisible: Manejo de Recursos Naturales en dos Comunidades Indígenas Peruanas.” Translated poster presented to the Universidad Nacional de Ucayali and participating communities, Pucallpa, Perú.
Goldin, A., Nuñez, Y., Salisbury, D. S., Águila Soria, J., Espinosa Linares, R., Pinedo Ramírez, E., Rosero Flores, L., Nuñez Sánchez, M., Cavero Oroche, G., Vela Alvarado, J. W., Barreto Vásquez, O., Almeida Villanueva, G., Pérez Alván, C. 2011. “Invisible Occupation: Indigenous Natural Resource Management in the Peruvian Amazon.” Poster presented at the University of Richmond Research Symposium. Richmond, VA.
Salisbury, D. S. 2011. “Transboundary Mapping to Reconcile Conservation and Development in the Amazon Borderlands: A Case Study from Peru-Acre, Brasil.” Poster presented at the Association of American Geographers Conference. Seattle, WA.
Jump, J., Salisbury, D. S., and Vadjunec, J. 2011. “Roads and Development in the Peruvian Amazon: Predicting Land-Use/Cover-Change near Pucallpa, Peru.” Poster presented at the Association of American Geographers Conference. Seattle, WA.
Weinstein, B., Salisbury, D. S., Klinker, K., and University of Richmond Spatial Analysis Lab. 2010. “An Analysis of the Conservation Importance of Amazon Borderlands using Geographical Information Systems.” Poster presented at Association of American Geographers Conference. Washington, DC.
Salisbury, David S. and Chris Fagan. 2013. Coca and conservation: cultivation, eradication, and trafficking in the Amazon borderlands. Geojournal. DOI: 10.1007/s10708-011-9430-x.
Salisbury, David S. 2011. “GIS maps and the Amazon borderlands.” Pgs. 278-82 in Mapping Latin America: A Cartographic Reader. Eds. Dym, Jordana and Karl Offen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Conservation and development