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Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
8:30am
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9:45am
TK-1: Thematic Keynote Theme 1: “What are the visions for the planetary land system? Land as the nexus for addressing global challenges”
Location: Aula

VIDEO - Kate Calvin

VIDEO - Ole Mertz

VIDEO - General Discussion

TK-2: Thematic Keynote Theme 2: “What do people want from land? Navigating the trade-offs and fostering synergies in land systems”
Location: AudiMax

VIDEO - Kendra McSweeney

VIDEOSharad Lele

VIDEO - General Discussion

TK-3: Thematic KeynoteTheme 3: “How do we support transformation? New frontiers in studying and governing land systems”
Location: UniS-A 003

VIDEO - Lian Pin Koh

VIDEO - Toby Gardner

VIDEO - General Discussion

 
9:45am
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10:30am
Break
10:30am
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12:00pm
104RA: Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Benjamin Stuch
Chair: Holger Hoff
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Balancing trade-offs among SDGs under future uncertainty: scenarios for East Africa

Arnout van Soesbergen1,2, Marieke Sassen1

1: UNEP-WCMC, United Kingdom; 2: King's College London



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Implementing the Paris agreement in Europe requires transformation of the land and food systems

Heera Lee1, Calum Brown1, Bumsuk Seo1, Ian Holman2, Mark Rounsevell1,3

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Atmospheric Environmental Research(IMK-IFU), Kreuzeckbahnstr.19, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; 2: School of Water, Energy and Environment, Cranfield University, Cranfield, Bedford MK43 0AL, UK; 3: School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9XP, UK



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Future food scenarios in the context of planetary boundaries: a comprehensive synthesis

Michalis Hadjikakou, Nicholas Bowles, Ozge Geyik, Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh, Brett Bryan

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Reversing terrestrial biodiversity declines due to habitat loss: A multi-model assessment

David Leclère1, Michael Obersteiner1, Mike Barrett2, Stuart H M Butchart3,4, Abhishek Chaudhary5,6, Adriana De Palma7, Fabrice A J DeClerck8,9, Moreno Di Marco10, Jonathan Doelman11, Martina Durauer1, Robin Freeman12, Mike Harfoot13, Tomoko Hasegawa14,1, Stefanie Hellweg15, Jelle P Hilbers11, Samantha L L Hill7,13, Florian Humpenöder16, Nancy Jennings17, Tamas Krisztin1, Georgina M Mace18, Haruka Ohashi19, Alexander Popp16, Andy Purvis7,20, Aafke M Schipper11,21, Andrzej Tabeau22, Hugo Valin1, Hans van Meijl22, Willem-Jan van Zeist11, Piero Visconti1,12,18, Rob Alkemade11,23, Rosamunde Almond24, Gill Bunting3, Neil D Burgess13, Sarah E Cornell25, Fulvio Di Fulvio1, Simon Ferrier26, Steffen Fritz1, Shinichiro Fujimori14,27,28, Monique Grooten24, Thomas D Harwood26, Petr Havlík1, Mario Herrero29, Andrew J Hoskins26, Tom Kram11, Hermann Lotze-Campen1,30,31, Tetsuya Matsui19, Carsten Meyer32,33, Deon Nel34,35, Tim Newbold18, Guido Schmidt-Traub36, Elke Stehfest11, Bernardo Strassburg37,38, Detlef P van Vuuren11,39, Cristopher Ware26, James E M Watson40,41, Wenchao Wu14, Lucy Young3

1: Ecosystem Services Management (ESM) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 2: WWF UK; 3: BirdLife International; 4: Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge; 5: Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health, ETH Zurich; 6: Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur; 7: Department of Life Sciences, Natural History Museum; 8: EAT; 9: Bioversity International, CGIAR; 10: CSIRO Land and Water; 11: PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency; 12: Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London; 13: UN Environment, World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC); 14: Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES); 15: Institute of Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich; 16: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK); 17: Dotmoth; 18: Centre for Biodiversity & Environment Research (CEBR), Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, University College London; 19: Center for International Partnerships and Research on Climate Change, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Forest Research and Management Organization; 20: Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London; 21: Radboud University, Department of Environmental Science; 22: Wageningen Economic Research (WECR), Wageningen University and Research; 23: Wageningen University, Environmental Systems Analysis Group; 24: WWF Netherlands; 25: Stockholm Resilience Centre; 26: CSIRO Land and Water; 27: Kyoto University, Department of Environmental Engineering; 28: Energy (ENE) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 29: CSIRO Agriculture and Food; 30: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Integrative Research Institute for Transformations in Human-Environment Systems; 31: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Agricultural Economics; 32: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv); 33: Faculty of Biosciences, Pharmacy and Psychology, University of Leipzig; 34: WWF International; 35: Global Resilience Partnership, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University; 36: Paris Office, Sustainable Development Solutions Network; 37: Rio Conservation and Sustainability Science Centre, Department of Geography and the Environment, Pontifícia Universidade Católica; 38: International Institute for Sustainability; 39: Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Utrecht University; 40: School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland; 41: Wildlife Conservation Society, Global Conservation Programs



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

A tale of two perspectives: aligning land systems research and policy for the SDGs in European agriculture

Murray W. Scown1, Klara J. Winkler1,2, Kimberly A. Nicholas1

1: Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 2: Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Canada



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Hidden/long-distance effects of consumer choices for tomato.

Sanderine Nonhebel1, Antonio Castro2, Maria Jose Ibarrola-Rivas3, Thomas Kastner4, Francis Turkelboom5

1: University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2: Idaho State University, USA; 3: Instituto de Geografía, UNAM, Mexico; 4: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany; 5: Research Institute of Nature and Forest (INBO), Brussels, Belgium

110R: Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science
Location: MB-205
Chair: Jonas Schwaab
Chair: Sven Lautenbach
 
Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Pareto frontiers for exploring land use policies

Elizabeth Law1,2, Leandro Macchi1,3, Tobias Kuemmerle1,4

1: Conservation Biogeography Lab, Geography Department, Humboldt-University Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany; 2: Norwegian Institute for Natural Sciences (NINA), Høgskoleringen 9, 7034 Trondheim, Norway; 3: Instituto de Ecología Regional, CONICET Tucumán, Argentina; 4: Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human Environment Systems (IRI THESYs), Humboldt-University Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Using optimization to minimize trade-offs between ecosystem services and biodiversity in agricultural landscapes

Martin Volk, Andrea Kaim, Anna Cord, Michael Strauch

UFZ-Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

The decision-maker matters: An operational Multi-Objective Game Theoretic Model for environmental-economic conflict resolution

Dani Broitman1, Mashor Housh2, Shapira Naama2

1: Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel; 2: University of Haifa, Israel



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Optimising settlement network topology to maximise socio-economic and biodiversity indicators

Amin Khiali-Miab1, Maarten J. van Strien1, Kay W. Axhausen2, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey1

1: Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2: Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Trade-off of land uses in the process of urban renewal: taking xuzhou city as a case study

SHI AN, Shaoliang Zhang, Yunlong Gong, Huping Hou

china university of mining and technology, China, People's Republic of



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Human-centered systematic global conservation planning

Yuchen Zhang, L. Roman Carrasco

National University of Singapore, Singapore



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Trade-offs between carbon storage, crop yield production and water supply at the global scale – where to put which land use?

Anita Bayer1, Sven Lautenbach2, Almut Arneth1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Heidelberg, Germany

114R: The deep history of global land use change - needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding socio-ecological systems
Location: MB-101
Chair: Marie-Jose Gaillard
Chair: Erle Ellis
 
Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

PAGES LandCover6k: Holocene land-use and land-cover reconstructions for climate modelling

Marie-Jose Gaillard1, Sandy Harrison2, Marco Madella3, Kathleen D. Morrison4, Nicola Whitehouse5, Oliver Boles4, Andria Dawson6, Esther Githumbi1, Emily Hammer4, Furong Li1, Eduardo Kasuo Tamanaha7

1: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 2: University of Reading; 3: University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; 4: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA; 5: University of Plymouth; 6: Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada; 7: Mamirauá Institute for Sustainable Development, Tefé, Brazil



Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

The deeper roots of global change: land use changes from 10,000 BP to 1850 CE

Erle Ellis

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States of America



Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

Mapping Land Use change during the Boreal and Atlantic phases in the NW Mediterranean region and Switzerland

Ferran Antolín, Héctor Martínez-Grau, Ana Jesus

Integrative Prehistory and Archaeological Science, Switzerland



Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

Northern Hemisphere Holocene land-cover reconstructions from fossil pollen

Andria Elizabeth Dawson1, Xianyong Cao2, Michelle Chaput3, Emma Hopla4, Jed O. Kaplan5, Furong Li6, Mary Edwards4, Ralph Fyfe7, Konrad Gajewski3, Simon J. Goring8, Ulrike Herzschuh2, Florence Mazier9, Shinya Sugita10, Jack W. Williams8, Qinghai Xu11, Marie-Jose Gaillard6

1: Mount Royal University, Canada; 2: Polar Terrestrial Environmental Systems, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in the Helmholtz Association, Germany; 3: University of Ottawa, Canada; 4: University of Southampton, UK; 5: University of Oxford, UK; 6: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 7: Plymouth University, UK; 8: University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA; 9: University of Toulouse II Jean Jaurès, France; 10: University of Tallinn, Estonia; 11: Hebei Normal University, China



Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

A global historical land use reconstruction database for earth system modelling; state-of-art and remaining challenges

Kees Klein Goldewijk

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Netherlands, The



Flash talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

Quantitative pollen-based reconstruction of Holocene plant-cover in temperate China: insights on climate- and human-induced land-cover change

Furong Li1, Marie-José Gaillard1, Shinya Sugita2

1: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 2: University of Tallinn, Estonia,

115R: Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Lan Wang-Erlandsson
Chair: Patrick William Keys
 
Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

Agricultural losses from biogeophysical climate change in Brazil: A business case for ecosystem protection?

Avery Cohn, Sally Thompson

Tufts University, United States of America



Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

Mesoclimate regulation induced by landscape restoration and water harvesting in agroecosystems of the horn of Africa

Giulio Castelli1, Fabio Castelli2, Elena Bresci1

1: Department of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Systems (GESAAF), Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy; 2: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (DICEA), Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy



Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

Dry periods amplify rainfall dependence on moisture recycling in the Amazon and Congo forests

Lan Wang-Erlandsson1,2, Ruud van der Ent3,4, Patrick Keys5, Ingo Fetzer1, Makoto Taniguchi2, Line Gordon1

1: Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan; 3: Department of Water Management, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands; 4: Department of Physical Geography, Utrecht University, the Netherlands; 5: Colorado State University, USA



Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

The importance of green water for understanding climate change impacts on crops

Nathan Mueller1, Angela Rigden2, Paul Levine1, Ethan Butler3, Peter Huybers2, James Randerson1

1: University of California, Irvine, United States of America; 2: Harvard University, United States of America; 3: University of Minnesota, United States of America



Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

The interaction between the expansion and intensification of brazilian soybean production systems, and their effects on green water flows

Rafaela Flach

Hamburg University, Germany



Full talk
115R Water on land: The role of green water for social-ecological and Earth system resilience

Green water and livestock mobility in karamoja understanding the karimojong phrase “we follow our water”

Shuaib Lwasa, Benon Nabaasa

Makerere University, Uganda

216R: Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Sébastien Boillat
Chair: Jorge C. Llopis
Chair: Desiree Christina Daniel
 
Full talk
216R Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives

Environmental justice in telecoupled land systems: conceptual challenges

Sébastien Boillat

Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland



Full talk
216R Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives

Assessing governance outcomes in IBMs from the perspective of Environmental Justice: A comparative case study of IBMs in sugarcane production in Malawi.

Timothy Adams

University of Bern, Institute of Georgraphy, Switzerland



Full talk
216R Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives

Distant poor and threatened regions underpin interregional flows of cultural ecosystem services

Matthias Schröter1, Roland Kraemer2, Roy P. Remme3, Alexander P.E. van Oudenhoven4

1: UFZ - Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany; 2: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institute of Geography; 3: National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM); 4: Institute of Environmental Sciences CML, Leiden University



Full talk
216R Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives

Sustainable and just development in Myanmar: land disputes between commercial interests, nature conservation and human well-being

Flurina Schneider1, Lara Maria Lundsgaard-Hansen1, Gwendolin Julie Zähringer1, Win Myint2, Nwe Nwe Tun2, Christoph Oberlack1, Melanie Feurer1, Katharina Nydegger1, Peter Messerli1

1: University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: ECCSi, Myanmar



Flash talk
213R Land tenure (security) and land use (change)

Untangling the effects of land tenure on agriculture-forest dynamics in Latin America

Andrea Pacheco, Carsten Meyer

German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Germany



Full talk
217R The role of farm and field size for food security, environmental sustainability, and social justice

Mapping hotspots of land cover change, water conflict, and food insecurity in Cambodia

Emma Johansson, Stefan Olin, Jonathan Seaquist

Lund University, Sweden

302RB: The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation - Part B: Focus on Brazil
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ximena Rueda
Chair: Kimberly Marie Carlson
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Rachael Garrett
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
 
Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

The impacts of zero-deforestation commitments on deforestation and slaughterhouse siting behaviours

Samuel Alexander Levy1, Rachael Garrett1, Petterson Vale2, Ricardo Vale2, Holly Gibbs2

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: University of Wisconsin, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Brazil’s Cerrado soy moratorium: estimating impacts on production and native vegetation area

Aline Soterroni1,2, Fernando Ramos2, Joseph Fargione3, Leandro Baumgarten4, Pedro Andrade2, Aline Mosnier1, Johannes Pirker1, Michael Obersteiner1, Florian Kraxner1, Gilberto Câmara2, Alexandre Ywata5, Stephen Polasky6

1: International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria; 2: National Institute for Space Research, São José dos Campos, Brazil; 3: The Nature Conservancy, Minneapolis, USA; 4: The Nature Conservancy, Brasília, Brazil; 5: Institute for Applied Economic Research, Brasília, Brazil; 6: University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USA



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Estimating the influence of meatpackers with zero-deforestation commitments on cattle travel distances in the Brazilian Amazon

Amintas de O. Brandao Junior, Lisa L. Rausch, Holly K. Gibbs, Jacob Munger, Matthew Christie

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Soy Moratorium in Brazil: the evolution of the governance structure, the assurance system and future challenges

Marina Piatto, Lisandro Inakake, Isabel Garcia-Drigo

Imaflora, Brazil



Flash talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Progress and limits of zero-deforestation commitments of the beef chain in the Brazilian Amazon

Isabel Garcia-Drigo1, Marie-Gabrielle Piketty2, Pablo Pacheco3, Rene Poccard-Chapuis2, Marcelo Thales4

1: Imaflora, Brazil; 2: Cirad; 3: WWF; 4: Museu Emilio Goeldi

305R: Human health outcomes of land use decisions
Location: MB-120
Chair: Ruth Defries
Chair: Meha Jain
 
Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

Population and environment dynamics of energy access in sub-Saharan Africa

Pamela Jagger

University of Michigan, United States of America



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

Impact of food and agriculture policies on dietary patterns and malnutrition in India

Patrese Anderson2, Nirali Bakhla1, Kathy Baylis2, Ashwini Chhatre1, Kyle Davis3, Ruth DeFries3, Piyush Mehta1, Narasimha Rao4

1: Indian School of Business; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 3: Columbia University; 4: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

Malaria landscape: examining the role of land cover / land use nexus in malaria transmission in Myanmar

Tatiana V Loboda1, Mark Carroll2, Amanda Hoffman-Hall1, Myaing Myaing Nyunt3, Christopher Plowe3

1: University of Maryland, United States of America; 2: Science Systems and Applications Inc./ NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United State of America; 3: Duke Global Health Institute, Duke University, United States of America



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

Urbanization, land-use change and human health: an exploration about human Lyme disease cases in the Northeastern United States

Liying Guo, Liping Di

Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems/ George Mason University, United States of America



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

Global nutrition metabolism: trends and patterns of dietary nutrient production and trade

Ozge Geyik, Brett Bryan, Michalis Hadjikakou

Deakin University, Australia



Flash talk
308R Mixed-methods approaches to identify and include the peoples’ needs in modeling urban spaces and their settings

A holistic perspective on modelling deprived urban areas

Nina Schwarz1, Mike Lees2, Karin Pfeffer1, Debraj Roy2

1: University of Twente, the Netherlands; 2: Computational Science Lab, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

313R: Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations
Location: MB-201
Chair: Helmut Haberl
Chair: Felix Creutzig
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
313R Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations

Introductory talk to the session on social metabolism and land-system science

Helmut Haberl, Fridolin Krausmann

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Austria



Full talk
313R Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations

The stock-flow-service nexus: Implications for sustainability transformations and future land systems

Görg Christoph, Dominik Wiedenhofer, Melanie Pichler, Helmut Haberl

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Austria



Full talk
313R Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations

Wall-to-wall material stock mapping – from satellite data to material stock modeling

Franz Schug, David Frantz, Akpona Okujeni, Sebastian van der Linden, Patrick Hostert

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



Full talk
203R Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient

Modelling dietary scenarios for a sustainable food provision system of Vienna

Fritz Wittmann, Christian Lauk, Michaela Theurl, Michael Eder, Fridolin Krausmann

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria



Full talk
313R Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations

Influence of gasoline price on urban sprawl: Evidence from global cities

Felix Creutzig, Sohail Ahmad

MCC Berlin, Germany

315R: The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence
Location: MB-206
Chair: Anna M Hersperger
Chair: Stefan Siedentop
 
Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Is urban spatial development on the right track? Comparing strategies and trends in the European Union

Chiara Cortinovis1,2, Dagmar Haase2,3,4, Bruno Zanon1, Davide Geneletti1

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany; 3: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany; 4: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Quantifying the transformative capacity of strategic planning: novel method and evidence from two European urban regions

Anna M Hersperger1, Gaëtan Palka1, Sofia Pagliarin2

1: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland; 2: University of Bamberg



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Conceptualizing the regional governance capacity of spatial planning

Nadine Kiessling, Marco Pütz

Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL, Switzerland



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

The influence of regional planning on urban land use development in Germany and Switzerland

Sebastian Eichhorn1, David Pehlke2

1: Institut für Landes- und Stadtentwicklungsforschung, Germany; 2: Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Institut für Geografie, Bereich für Raumplanung und Stadtgeografie, Germany



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Planning for urban built-up development at national level: linking policy and patterns in Romania

Simona R. Gradinaru1,2, Peilei Fan2, Cristian Ioja1, Mihai Nita1, Anna Hersperger3

1: University of Bucharest, Romania; 2: Michigan State University, CGCEO, USA; 3: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland

333R: Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches - Focus on land rent & markets
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Jinwei Dong
Chair: Daniel Müller
Chair: Graciela Isabel Metternicht
Chair: Tobia Lakes
Chair: Patrick Hostert
Chair: Le Yu
 
Full talk
332R Land market dynamics and their effects on land use

Insights into the dynamics of the market for arable land in Brandenburg, Germany

Jens Kolbe, Axel Werwatz

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Full talk
332R Land market dynamics and their effects on land use

Geospatial land price data: a public good for land system science

Oliver T Coomes, Graham K MacDonald, Yann Le Polain de Waroux

McGill University, Canada



Full talk
333R Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches

Integrating humans and machines to map smallholder-dominated agricultural frontiers

Lyndon Despard Estes1, Lei Song1, Su Ye1, Ryan Avery2, Dennis McRitchie3, Stephanie Debats4, Sitian Xiong1, Ron Eastman1, Tammy Woodard1, Kelly Caylor2

1: Clark University, United States of America; 2: University of California Santa Barbara; 3: Independent Consultant; 4: Uber, Inc.



Full talk
333R Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches

Generating high-resolution national crop distribution maps: Combining statistics, gridded data and surveys using an optimization approach

Michiel Van Dijk1, Liangzhi You2, Petr Havlik1

1: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria; 2: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)



Full talk
333R Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches

Classical theories of land use: a model-to-data assessment

Thierry Brunelle1, David Makowski2, Patrice Dumas1

1: CIRAD, France; 2: INRA, France



Full talk
108R Farming into the future: balancing global competitiveness and localised comparative advantage?

How global competitiveness drives comparative disadvantages in farming: a land value and rent explanation.

Anders Wästfelt1, Qian Zhang2, Brian Kuns3

1: Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Stockholm University, Sweden; 3: Stockholm University, Sweden

   
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251N: Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people
Location: MB-215
Chair: Tobias Plieninger
Chair: Cristina Quintas-Soriano
Chair: Andreas Bürkert
Chair: Angeliki Foutri
Chair: Thymios Dimopoulos
 

251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Land system dynamics in the Mediterranean basin across scales as relevant indicator for species diversity and local food systems

Marta Debolini1, Johanna Fusco2, Elisa Marraccini3, Claude Napoleone4

1: UMR EMMAH, INRA, France; 2: UMR IMBE, CNRS, France; 3: UP INTERACT, UniLaSalle, France; 4: UR Ecodeveloppement, INRA, France




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Assessing spatial variability of ecosystem services to promote evidence-based decision-making for sustainable land use management

Mario Balzan, Judita Tomaskinova

Institute of Applied Sciences, Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, Malta




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Developing positive futures for people and Mediterranean wetlands

Ilse Geijzendorffer1, Ziga Malek2, Özge Balkiz3, Anis Guelmami1, Nigel Taylor1

1: Tour du Valat, France; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 3: DKM Turkey




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Ethnobiology as a tool to analyze change dynamics, minimize conflict over land use and support ecosystem services in the Moroccan High Atlas

Ugo D'Ambrosio

Global Diversity Foundation, United Kingdom




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Food production scenarios for the Mediterranean to highlight relationships between agricultural production, climate change and food sufficiency

Dominique Ami1, Leonith Hinojosa1,2, Claude Napoléone2

1: AMSE, France; 2: INRA, France

252N: Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus
Location: MB-220
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
Chair: Rachel Ann Carmenta
Chair: Judith Schleicher
 

252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Connection with nature and values shape pro-conservation attitudes towards nature among Amazonian farmers

Katarzyna Mikolajczak1, Jos Barlow1, Alexander Lees2, Luke Parry1

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Land use and human well-being changes in the context of conservation and cash crop booms: case studies from Madagascar

Jorge C. Llopis1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Social-ecological outcomes of agricultural intensification

Laura Vang Rasmussen

University of British Columbia, Canada




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

What types of integrated landscape initiatives improve food production, conserve forests and improve livelihoods?: an empirical analysis from Latin America

Rachel Ann Carmenta

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Who measures and what counts: thinking about capturing human wellbeing across scales

Judith Schleicher1, Rachel Carmenta1, Julie Zaehringer1,2

1: Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Switzerland

257N: Round table: Spatial justice: state, positions and future challenges
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Thomas Weith
353N: Towards transformative interventions in unsustainable land systems - a science-practice-policy perspective
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Cecilie Friis
 

353N Towards transformative interventions in unsustainable land systems - a science-practice-policy perspective (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Research for sustainable development: Towards engaged and transformative science

Andreas Heinimann

University of Bern, Switzerland




353N Towards transformative interventions in unsustainable land systems - a science-practice-policy perspective (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Seeing systems and sensing new trajectories through system games and mindful facilitation

Malika Virah Sawmy

Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Germany




353N Towards transformative interventions in unsustainable land systems - a science-practice-policy perspective (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Leveraging innovative financing and investments towards sustainability

Ernst A. Brugger

Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of BlueOrchard, Switzerland.




353N Towards transformative interventions in unsustainable land systems - a science-practice-policy perspective (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Supporting transformative interventions through supply chain engagement:

Boris Saraber

Boris Saraber, Director of Operations for the Earthworm Foundation (previously, The Forest Trust), Switzerland

360N: Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward
Location: MB-201
Chair: Zhanli Sun
Chair: Daniel Müller
Chair: Birgit Müller
Chair: Martha Marijke Bakker
Chair: Dawn Cassandra Parker
 

360N Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Modelling social-ecological systems for providing management and policy recommendations – a system of systems approach

Christine Fürst1, Martin Schultze1, Benjamin Kofi Nyarko2, Mahamadou Belem3, Cédric Gaucherel4

1: MLU Halle Wittenberg, Germany; 2: Cape Coast University; 3: Université Nazi Boni; 4: CIRAD, AMAP laboratory, INRA




360N Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Receiving feedback from the environment

Martha Marijke Bakker, Maaike Happel, Diana Giebels

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The




360N Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

The state of the art of agent-based land market models

Dawn Cassandra Parker

University of Waterloo, Canada




360N Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Ways forward to integrate human decisions in land system models

Birgit Müller

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

361N: Policy and governance of illicit and/or clandestine transactions and land-use changes
Location: MB-120
Chair: Elizabeth Tellman
Chair: Nicholas Magliocca
 

361N Policy and governance of illicit and/or clandestine transactions and land-use changes (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Indonesia for Sale

Tom Johnson

The Gecko Project, United Kingdom




361N Policy and governance of illicit and/or clandestine transactions and land-use changes (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

The use of shadow companies to circumvent market demands for palm oil sustainability

Tim Steinweg

Aidenvironment, Chain Reaction Research



Full talk
111R Clandestine and illicit economies as drivers of land system dynamics

An analysis of land corruption and illicit flows

Farai Mutondoro

Transparency International Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

365N: Governing primary forest protection: An integrated community-based approach to managing landscapes for conservation, climate change and sustainable livelihoods
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Edward Alexander Morgan
Chair: Timothy Mark Cadman
Chair: Stanley Wapot
366N: Essential land-use variables world café
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Carsten Meyer
Chair: Steffen Fritz
367N: Seeking solutions to land challenges of the Anthropocene: Land Systems Science at the Interface of Normative and Policy Concerns
Location: MB-114
Chair: Rinku Roy Chowdhury
Chair: Darla Karin Munroe
Chair: Ariane de Bremond
     
2:45pm
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3:00pm
Break
3:00pm
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4:15pm
104RB: Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries - Part B
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Benjamin Stuch
Chair: Holger Hoff
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Who changes the rain? Linking the social-ecological dynamics of land-use change, atmospheric water recycling, and pastoralist behavior

Patrick W Keys

Colorado State University, United States of America



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Quantifying a planetary land systems boundary

Patrick Hostert1, Matthias Baumann1, Dieter Gerten1,2, Tobias Kuemmerle1, Sebastian van der Linden1, Wolfgang Lucht1,2, Philippe Rufin1

1: Humboldt University Berlin, Germany; 2: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

National land-use performance based on downscaled planetary boundaries

Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh, Michalis Hadjikakou, Brett Bryan

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Unlocking product-level life cycle assessments for SDG12 with high-resolution land use and trade information

Michael Lathuillière1, Javier Godar1, Pernilla Lofgren1, Ben Ayre2, Toby Gardner1, Clément Suavet3

1: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: Stockholm Environment Institute, USA



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Mapping the potential of water harvesting to increase food security at global scale

Luigi Piemontese1, Giulio Castelli2, Ingo Fetzer1, Nicole Harai3, Hanspeter Liniger3, Jennie Barron4, Elena Bresci2, Fernando Jaramillo1,5

1: Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Department of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Systems (GESAAF), University of Florence, Italy; 3: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 4: Department of Soil and Environment, SLU, Sweden; 5: Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Sweden



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Perspectives on land explicit metrics for SDG indicators, the case of SDG 15 and SDG 11

Michele Melchiorri1, Christina Corban2, Aneta J. Florczyk2, Martino Pesaresi2, Ehlrich Daniele2

1: Piksel S.r.l, Italy; 2: European Commission DG Joint Research Centre Disaster Risk Management Unit



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

An application of the S-loop model to identify potential pathways towards sustainability in Irish land use

Tamara Hochstrasser

University College Dublin, Ireland

113R: The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land + Land systems for conservation science - Part B
Location: MB-201
Chair: Markus Fischer
Chair: Davnah Payne
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
Chair: Yann le Polain de Waroux
 
Full talk
113R The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land

Insights of the IPBES regional assessment on biodiversity and ecosystem services for Europe and Central Asia

Markus Fischer

University of Bern, Switzerland



Full talk
113R The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land

The Biodiversity Exploratories: Linking land management and biodiversity change to ecosystem processes and services

Peter Manning1, Markus Fischer1,2, The Biodiversity Exploratories Consortium1

1: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre; 2: University of Bern



Flash talk
113R The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land

The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land in mountains

Davnah Payne, Mark Snethlage, Eva M. Spehn, Markus Fischer

Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment, Switzerland



Flash talk
113R The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land

Quantifying effects of conservation measures on plant biodiversity over 43 years using repeated vegetation mapping

Weier Liu1, Sanderine Nonhebel1, Ab Grootjans1, Henk Everts2

1: Center for Energy and Environmental Sciences, ESRIG, University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2: EGG Consult, Groningen, The Netherlands

201R: Desertification, land degradation and drought - challenges, risks and response
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Chizoba Chinweze
 
Full talk
201R Desertification, land degradation and drought – challenges, risks and response

Enhancing soil organic carbon, particulate organic carbon, and microbial biomass in semi-arid rangeland using pasture enclosures

Collins Ouma Oduor1, Nancy Karanja1, Richard Ndemo Onwonga1, David Pelster2,3, Gert Nyberg4

1: Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology, University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: Mazingira Centre, International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya; 3: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Science and Technology Branch; 4: Department of Forest Ecology and Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)



Full talk
201R Desertification, land degradation and drought – challenges, risks and response

Land area heterogeneity and drought response through climate-indexed insurance in agriculture: Evidence from a choice experiment

DV Pahan Prasada

University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka



Full talk
201R Desertification, land degradation and drought – challenges, risks and response

Effects of restoration technology on desertification in ecological vulnerable regions of China

Lin Zhen

Institute of Geographic Science and Natural Resources Research Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of



Flash talk
201R Desertification, land degradation and drought – challenges, risks and response

Degradation trajectories in the Amazon and their contribution for greenhouse gases emissions

Talita Oliveira Assis1, Diego Melo2, Celso von Randow1, Ana Paula Aguiar3

1: Brazilian National Institute for Space Research - INPE; 2: FUNDEP; 3: Stockholm Resilience Centre



Flash talk
201R Desertification, land degradation and drought – challenges, risks and response

Mapping and targeting efforts to restore degraded lands for agriculture in Latin America

Paul C West1, James S Gerber1, Andrea Santos Garcia1,2, Lindsey Sloat1, Deepak K Ray1, Peder Engstrom1, Samuel Stiffman1, Glenn Hyman3, Julia R Mangueira2,4, Ginya Truitt Nakata4, Mauricio Castro Schmitz4, Irene Farrow4

1: University of Minneosota, United States of America; 2: University of São Paulo, Brazil; 3: International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Colombia; 4: The Nature Conservancy



Flash talk
213R Land tenure (security) and land use (change)

The relationship between access, livelihoods, governance, and land tenure in Ilkisongo Maasai pastoralist commons of southern Kenya

Ryan Robert Unks

University of Lyon 2, France

217R: The role of farm size for food security, environmental sustainability, and social justice
Location: MB-101
Chair: Vincent Ricciardi
Chair: Christian Levers
Chair: Jordan Blake Graesser
Chair: Navin Ramankutty
 
Full talk
217R The role of farm and field size for food security, environmental sustainability, and social justice

Smaller farms are consistently higher yielding and biodiverse than large farms: A meta-analysis

Vincent Ricciardi1,2, Zia Mehrabi1,2, Hannah Wittman1, Dana James1, Navin Ramankutty1,2

1: Instituture for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability, University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia, Canada



Full talk
213R Land tenure (security) and land use (change)

Land tenure (in)security and investment in sustainable agricultural practices by small-scale farmers in the Chaco Salteño

Maurice Tschopp1, Graziano Ceddia1, Nick Bardsley2, Carla Inguaggiato1

1: CDE / Unibe, Switzerland; 2: School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading



Full talk
304R Transformative adaptation for land systems: ecosystem services in pathways of adaptation to global change

Measuring household food security and variability in land functions across communities in a semiarid savanna system

Forrest R. Stevens1, Andrea E. Gaughan1, Narcisa Pricope2, Jonathan D. Salerno3, Joel Hartter4, Lin Cassidy5, Michael Drake4, Ariel Weaver1, Nicholas Kolarik1, Steele Olsen2, Bradshaw Amelia2, Kyle Woodward2

1: University of Louisville, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina Wilmington; 3: Colorado State University; 4: University of Colorado Boulder; 5: Lin Cassidy Consulting



Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Understanding agricultural extensification: assessing the effect of external drivers on trade-offs and tipping-points in intensive and extensive agriculture

Maarten J. van Strien, Sibyl H. Huber, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Flash talk
350N Social-ecological outcomes of shifting cultivation in transition ((INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY) )

Relationship between land and labour for sustainable development in india

Sarda Prasad

Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

302RC: The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation - Part C
Location: MB-220
Chair: Kimberly Marie Carlson
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
Chair: Ximena Rueda
Chair: Rachael Garrett
 
Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Using bioacoustics to strengthen corporate conservation commitments

Zuzana Burivalova, Rhett A. Butler, Edward T. Game

Princeton University, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Acceptance, implications, and perspectives of palm oil certification in indonesia

Jann Lay1,2, Sebastian Renner1,2, Tabea Lakemann1,2, Oliver Musshof2, Ariesga Wening2, Heiko Faust2, Yvonne Kunz2, Nunung Nuryatono3

1: GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany; 2: University of Goettingen, Germany; 3: Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

The role of national-scale, public-private partnerships toward deforestation-free commodity production in Colombia

Paul R. Furumo1, Clare Sullivan2, Eric F. Lambin1

1: Earth System Science, Stanford University; 2: University of Wisconsin-Madison



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Do sustainability standards for palm oil production improve social well-being in Indonesia?

Janice Ser Huay Lee1, Daniela A. Miteva2, Kimberly Marie Carlson3, Robert Heilmayr4, Omar Saif1

1: Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, Singapore; 2: Ohio State University, USA; 3: University of Hawaii, USA; 4: University of California, Santa Barbara, USA



Flash talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Modeling the effects of soybean sector zero-deforestation commitment implementation on land cover change in South America

Rodrigo Rivero Castro1, Kimberly Carlson1, Rachael Garrett2, Nelson Villoria3, Samuel Levy2, Florian Gollnow4

1: University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States of America; 2: Boston University, United States of America; 3: Kansas State University, United States of America; 4: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, United States of America



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Small-scale palm oil producers and supply chain actors left out from existing certification schemes

Laurène Feintrenie1,2,3, Laurent Gazull1, Colombine Lesage1,4,5, Mélanie Laumain1,6, Tom Farago1,3,6, Valentina Robiglio3, Isabelle Michel6, Claire Durand6,7, Richard Pasquis1

1: Cirad, Univ Montpellier, France; 2: Catie, Costa-Rica; 3: Icraf, Kenya; 4: ENSAIA Nancy, France; 5: Université de Lorraine, France; 6: IRC-Montpellier SupAgro, France; 7: ISTOM, France

310R: Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways
Location: MB-120
Chair: Enrico Celio
Chair: Yu-Pin Lin
Chair: Wan-Yu Lien
Chair: Li-Pei Peng
 
Full talk
310R Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways

Integrated landscape management initiatives in europe: an overview

Maria Garcia-Martin, Tobias Plieninger

University of Göttingen, Germany



Full talk
212R Landscape ecological and social-ecological approaches in agro-ecological system

The varied contributions of organic agriculture to socio-ecological sustainability in Canada

Susanna E. Klassen, Navin Ramankutty, Hannah Wittman

University of British Columbia, Canada



Full talk
310R Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways

Measuring landscape performance over time; a space odyssey?

Louise Willemen, Trinidad Del Rio, Andy Nelson

University of Twente - ITC, Netherlands, The



Full talk
212R Landscape ecological and social-ecological approaches in agro-ecological system

Participatory planning and monitoring for integrated landscape management: A case study of eastern rural Taiwan

Kuang-Chung Lee, Shao Yu Yan

National Dong-Hwa University, Taiwan



Flash talk
310R Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways

Assessing landscape governance: a participatory approach

Roderick Zagt1, Maartje de Graaf1, Louise Buck2, Seth Shames2

1: Tropenbos International, Netherlands, The; 2: EcoAgriculture Partners, United States



Full talk
310R Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways

Measuring impacts of transformative landscape approaches to agroecology: lessons from Laos

Jean-Christophe Castella1,2,3, Pascal Lienhard1,3, Khameun Nandee3, Thisadee Chounlamountry4, Sonnasack Phaipasith5, Sisavath Phimmasone3,4, Chloé Aussaresses1,3, Robin Collombet1,3

1: Centre de coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, CIRAD - UPR AÏDA, Montpellier, France; 2: Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, IRD Montpellier, France; 3: Eco-Friendly Intensification and Climate resilient Agricultural Systems (EFICAS) Project, (DALaM-CIRAD), Vientiane, Lao PDR; 4: Department of Agricultural Land Management (DALaM), Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF), Vientiane, Lao PDR; 5: Department of Geography, Faculty of Social Sciences, National University of Laos, Vientiane, Lao PDR

314R: Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South
Location: MB-114
Chair: Jefferson Fox
Chair: Kaspar Hurni
 
Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

The creation of annual forest cover maps to assess forest transition in Nepal from 1990-2016

Kaspar Hurni1,2, Jamon Van Den Hock3, Alexander Smith3

1: East West Center, HI, USA; 2: Center for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: Geography and Geospatial Science, Oregon State University



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

Mapping changes in tree cover in Nepal 1990 to 2016: Understanding the drivers of change

Jefferson Fox, Sumeet Saksena, Hanpei Zhang

East-West Center, United States of America



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

The influence of modern state institutions on forest transitions: The case of the Southern Yucatan, Mexico

Carlos Dobler-Morales1, Rinku Roy Chowdhury1, Birgit Schmook2

1: Clark University, United States of America; 2: ECOSUR-Chetumal, Mexico



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

Deforestation displaced: trade in forest-risk commodities and the prospects for a global forest transition

Florence Pendrill1, U. Martin Persson1, Javier Godar2, Thomas Kastner3

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute; 3: Senckenberg Biodiversität und Klima

318R: Uncertainty assessment of land system science products
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr
Chair: Letícia Santos Lima
 
Full talk
318R Uncertainty assessment of land system science products

A Time Monte Carlo method to consider uncertainty in land change models

Ahmed Mustafa, Ismaïl Saadi, Mario Cools, Jacques Teller

Liege University, Belgium



Full talk
318R Uncertainty assessment of land system science products

Assessing uncertainties in global land-use modelling

Ruediger Schaldach, Jan Schuengel, Benjamin Stuch

University of Kassel, Germany



Flash talk
318R Uncertainty assessment of land system science products

Trends in land cover mapping accuracy assessment approaches

Lucia Morales-Barquero1, Mitchell B. Lyons1,2, Stuart Phinn1, Chris Roelfsema1

1: Remote Sensing Research Centre, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland, Australia; 2: Centre for Ecosystem Science, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia



Flash talk
318R Uncertainty assessment of land system science products

It's a numbers game? Uncertainties in tropical forest carbon stocks driven by differing global assessments

Manan Bhan, Karlheinz Erb, Simone Gingrich

Institute of Social Ecology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Schottenfeldgasse 29, 1070 Vienna, Austria



Flash talk
318R Uncertainty assessment of land system science products

Uncertainties in LUCC modelling: a contributive review and implications for validation techniques

Thomas HOUET

CNRS, France



Full talk
307R Large-scale behavioural models of land use change

Criteria to confirm models that simulate deforestation and carbon disturbance

Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr

Clark University, United States of America

334R: Urban expansion and ecosystem services
Location: MB-205
Chair: Christopher Bren d'Amour
 
Flash talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Impacts of cropland expansion on natural habitat in rapid urbanization areas: A case study in China

Xinli KE, Lanping TANG

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of



Full talk
203R Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient

The interaction of rural and urban areas by flash floods and sediment transport

Miroslav Bauer, Tomas Dostal, Josef Krasa, Barbora Jachymova

CTU in Prague, Czech Republic



Flash talk
203R Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient

Heritage tourism, urbanization and the changing rural landscape: case study of the world heritage site of honghe hani rice terrace

yan wang

University of Lausanne, IGD, Switzerland



Full talk
308R Mixed-methods approaches to identify and include the peoples’ needs in modeling urban spaces and their settings

Agent-based modeling of socioeconomic segregation within the Greater Paramaribo Region, Suriname

Kimberley Fung-Loy1,2, Lisa-Marie Hemerijckx2, Jeroen Royer2, Anton Van Rompaey2

1: Department of Infrastructure, Anton de Kom University of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname; 2: Geography and Tourism Research Group, Department Earth and Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium



Full talk
321R Land resources conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa: Which knowledge and governance systems can end the siloed thinking?

Urban land conflict and governance: experiences from the greater Port Harcourt city, Nigeria

UTCHAY OKORJI1, MODUPE M. OMIRIN2, ESTHER OROMIDAYO THONTTEH3

1: Rivers State University, Nigeria; 2: UNILAG, Nigeria; 3: University of Lagos, Nigeria



Flash talk
206R Relevance of long-term land-use change for sustainable land management

The impact of management modes on ecosystem service values: a case study in fujin city, northeast china

Shuwen Zhang

Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, China, People's Republic of



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Anticipating trade-offs between urban growth and ecosystem service production: scenario analyses of sprawl alternatives for a rapidly urbanizing region

Douglas A. Shoemaker1, Todd K. BenDor2, Ross K. Meentemeyer3

1: University of North Carolina Charlotte, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States of America; 3: North Carolina State University, United States of America

     
4:15pm
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4:30pm
Break
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Closing: Closing Plenary
Location: Aula

 
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