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Publications from the Philippines · 2022

  • Nansikombi H (2022) Forest governance and its links with deforestation and forest recovery at the local scale in the tropics. München: Technische Universität München, München, Technische Universität, Fakultät Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan, Diss
  • Mapping tropical forests: implications and challenges for deforested landscapes and forest restoration. Examples from Zambia, Ecuador and Philippines: [paper for] XV World Forestry Congress, Coex, Soul, Republic of Korea, 2-6 May 2022. 9 p
    Weber R, Lippe M, Günter S (2022)
  • Towards accurate mapping of forest in tropical landscapes: A comparison of datasets on how forest transition matters
    Ferrer Velasco R, Lippe M, Tamayo F, Mfuni T, Sales-Come R, Mangabat C, Schneider T, Günter S (2022)
    Remote Sensing of Environment 274, 112997
    DOI:10.1016/j.rse.2022.112997
  • What is the contribution of forest-related income to rural livelihood strategies in the Philippines' remaining forested landscapes?
    Wiebe P, Zhunusova E, Lippe M, Ferrer Velasco R, Günter S (2022)
    Forest Pol Econ 135:102658, 
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Publication 2021

  • The implications of remittances for agricultural land use and fuelwood collection: Evidence from the remaining forested landscapes in the Philippines,
    Environ Res Lett:in Press,
    Zhunusova E, Lippe M, Yang AL, Günter S (2021)
    DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/ac44c4
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Publications · Project brief · 2020

  • Improved governance helps reducing tropical deforestation
    Richard Fischer et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/02

Publication · 2019

  • Using agent-based modelling to simulate social-ecological systems across scales. Geoinformatica 23(2):269-298
    Melvin Lippe et al. 2019
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