Empirical evidence on the economics of such plantations is even more restricted than evidence on their ecology, with few studies covering complete management cycles . However, a research within the Atlantic Forest of Argentina finds combined outcomes after examining 30 years of land-use change and demographic pressures . It questions the utility of assuming that migration is a pressure-release valve. A research of all municipalities in Mexico finds little impression of demographic change on land cover during 2001–2010 . A comprehensive mapping of forest cover change in Latin America and the Caribbean finds appreciable variation, and it speculates that land demand for food requirements offsets factors that favor FR, together with outmigration .