Kristen Conway-Gomez
TitleCited byYear
Effects of human settlements on abundance of Podocnemis unifilis and P. expansa turtles in northeastern Bolivia
K Conway-Gómez
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 6 (2), 199-205, 2007
352007
Tapping geography's potential for synergy with creative instructional approaches
K Conway-Gómez, N Williams, C Atkinson-Palombo, O Ahlqvist, E Kim, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (3), 409-423, 2011
142011
Discussing the geography of sustainable development through an international online collaboration with students in Chile and the USA
K Conway-Gómez, F Araya Palacios
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (2), 265-279, 2011
132011
Market integration, perceived wealth and household consumption of river turtles (" Podocnemis" spp.) in eastern lowland Bolivia
K Conway-Gómez
Journal of Latin American Geography, 85-108, 2008
102008
Gender and culture influences on attitudes towards National Park Punta Izopo, Honduras: an assessment for participatory conservation and management
K Conway
81997
Human use of two species of river turtles (Podocnemis spp.) in lowland eastern Bolivia
KM Conway
University of Florida, 2004
62004
A predictive model of yellow spotted river turtle (Podocnemis unifilis) encounter rates at basking sites in lowland eastern Bolivia
K Conway-Gómez, M Reibel, C Mihiar
Applied Geography 53, 332-340, 2014
42014
Research beyond borders: multidisciplinary reflections
M Carey, K Conway-Gomez, J Fong, S Hanna, C Jones, V Magnat, ...
Lexington Books, 2011
22011
Atlas: Amenazas, vulnerabilidades y riesgos de Bolivia
K Conway-Gómez
Journal of Latin American Geography 9 (1), 185-186, 2010
2010
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