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A shift in paradigm for more responsive soil restoration and climate change mitigation
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Methodological Abilities of Integrated Models to Support Agricultural Landscape Resilience: Current Status and Research Perspectives
It is important to increase the resilience of rural landscapes in the face of global changes. It is widely recognized that integrated modeling is often a methodological choice to study landscape resilience because the task ...
Optimal Scales of Neighbourhood Effects on Landuse Change: An Analysis Procedure Applied in an Alpine Mountainous Region
Neighbourhood effects on land use change are very common. Therefore, they are often included in spatially explicit models of land use change and other spatial analyses. Neighbourhood indices, however, depend strongly on ...
Rural Livelihood, Biodiversity and Carbon Stock in Vietnam Mountains: Agent-Based Modeling to Anticipate Trade-Offs
Assessment of future multiple ecosystem services driven by alternative land-use policies is useful for supporting decisions about what and where to invest for the best overall environmental and developmental outcomes. The ...
Eco-efficiency Analysis of Typical Smallholder Systems: Case Study in Southwestern Burkina Faso
Presentation of Eco-efficiency Analysis of Typical Smallholder Systems: Case Study in Southwestern Burkina Faso
Inter‐annual Declines of Terrestrial Net Primary Production and Carbon Use Efficiency: Global Patterns and Hotspots over 2000 ‐ 2014
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) generates products of biological origin, on which much of other ecosystem services depend. The primary production provides a basis for food production, biogeochemical cycles, carbon ...
The extent and cost of land degradation
System Sustainability Orientors for Developing SI Indicators in Coping with Complexity Context
Presenation of System Sustainability Orientors for Developing SI Indicators in Coping with Complexity Context
Socio-ecological Context Typology to Support Targeting and Upscaling of Sustainable Land Management Practices in Diverse Global Dryland
It is widely recognized that sustainable land management practices (SLM) are much needed for improving land-based livelihoods of 2.5 billion people living in the dry areas across the globe. Adoption and effectiveness of ...