Publikationen · Project brief · 2020

  • Can de facto governance influence deforestation drivers in the Zambian Miombo? Forest Pol Econ 120:102309,
    Hellen Nansikombi et al. 2020
  • Ecosystem service multifunctionality: Decline and recovery pathways in the Amazon and Chocó Lowland rainforests. Sustainability 12(18):7786,
    Paúl Eguiguren et al. 2020
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  • Zambian Miombo ecoregion: No international forestry agenda without the chiefs?
    Hellen Nansikombi et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/17 EN
  • Forest use strategies and their determinants among rural households in the Miombo woodlands of the Copperbelt Province, Zambia. Forest Policy and Economics 111, 102078
    Moses Kazungu et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/12
  • How much are Ecuadorian households willing to pay for forest conservation?
    Fernando Gordillo et al. 2020 
    Project brief 2020/04
  • Prospecting future deforestation hotspots in the Ecuadorian Amazonas region under alternative scenarios of governance enforcement
    Lisa Rummel et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/03
  • Improved governance helps reducing tropical deforestation
    Richard Fischer et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/02

Publikationen · Project brief · 2019

  • Exploring patterns of forest governance quality: Insights from forest frontier communities in Zambia´s Miombo ecoregion. Land Use Policy, 99, 104866.
    Hellen Nansikombi et al. 2020
  • Degradation of Ecosystem Services and Deforestation in Landscapes With and Without Incentive-Based Forest Conservation in the Ecuadorian Amazon
    Paúl Eguiguren et al. 2019
  • Using agent-based modelling to simulate social-ecological systems across scales. Geoinformatica 23(2):269-298
    Melvin Lippe et al. 2019
  • Willingness to pay for forest conservation in Ecuador: Results from a nationwide contingent valuation survey in a combined "referendum" - "Consequential open-ended" design. Forest Pol Econ 105:28-39
    Fernando Gordillo et al. 2019

Publikation · 2017

  • Sistema socio-productivo y modela de gobernanza en la comunidad kichwa "Shiwakucha", Pastaza, Ecuador. Rev Amazon 6(2):126-149
    Ospina V et al.2017
  • Spatial relationships between above-ground biomass and bird species biodiversity in Palawan, Philippines.
    Singh M, Friess DA, Vilela B, De Alban JDT, Monzon KV, Veridiano RKA, Tumaneng RD (2017) PLoS One:22 S., DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0186742 PDF Dokument (nicht barrierefrei) 2766 KB


  • Dynamics and Growth Analysis of Timber and Non-Timber Species in Dis¬turbed and Undisturbed Lowland Forests in Ecuador, MSc. Thesis, Technical University Mün-chen, Germany
    Schönebeck, E.v. 2019
  • Modelling land use change in the Ecuadorian Amazon under alternative scenarios of future land use trends and governance enforcement, MSc. Thesis, University of Hohen¬heim, Stuttgart, Germany
    Rummel, L. 2018
  • Analyzing differences in a social and ecological system of a non-remote and re-mote Kitchwa indigenous community and its relation with the forest use and management in Pastaza, Ecuador. MSc. Thesis. University of Dresden, Germany
    Ospina, V. 2016

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