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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
8:30am
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10:30am
Opening and Plenary Keynotes 1
Location: Aula

VIDEO - Peter Messerli

VIDEO - Rinku Roy Chowdhury

VIDEO - Patrick Meyfroidt

VIDEO - Karlheinz Erb

VIDEO - Tania Li

VIDEO - Patricio Grassini

10:30am
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11:15am
Break
11:15am
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12:45pm
101RA: Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Ralf Seppelt
Chair: Elizabeth Law
 
Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Mitigating tradeoffs between agriculture, biodiversity and carbon in the Gran Chaco

Tobias Kuemmerle1, Leandro Macchi1,2, Elizabeth Law1,5, Ignacio Gasparri2, Ricardo H. Grau2, Ricardo Torres3,4, Kerrie Wilson5

1: Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; 2: Instituto de Ecología Regional, CONICET Tucumán, Argentina; 3: Instituto de Diversidad y Ecología Animal (IDEA-CONICET); 4: Museo de Zoología, FCEFyN, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, X5000JJC Córdoba, Argentina; 5: Institute for Future Environments, Queensland University of Technology, Australia



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

Agricultural intensification and land use change: testing the induced intensification, land sparing and rebound-effect hypotheses with cointegration

Virginia Rodríguez García1, Frédéric Gaspart1, Thomas Kastner2, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3

1: Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium; 2: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany; 3: F.R.S.-FNRS, Brussels, Belgium



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

Farming the future planet: Trade-offs between cropland expansion, intensification and biodiversity in context of agricultural markets

Florian Zabel1, Ruth Delzeit2, Julia Schneider1, Ralf Seppelt3, Wolfram Mauser1, Tomas Vaclavik4

1: Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany; 2: Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany; 3: UFZ – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, German; 4: Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic



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

Biodiversity of the African savanna woodlands: How does it change with land use?

Hemant Tripathi1,2, Casey Ryan2

1: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



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

Trade-offs between bioenergy production, food security and biodiversity in Europe

Mark Rounsevell1,2, Bumsuk Seo1, Heera Lee1, Calum Brown1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK



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

Assessing current and future risk to biodiversity and ecosystem services from cocoa-driven deforestation in the cocoa zone of West Africa

Marieke Sassen1,2, Andy Arnell1, Samantha Hill1,3, Arnout van Soesbergen1,4

1: UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC); 2: Wageningen University; 3: Natural History Museum, London; 4: King's College London



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

Global opportunities and risks for biodiversity from oil palm expansion

John Garcia-Ulloa1, Natalia Ocampo-Penuela1, Paul Richard Furumo2, Andres Etter3

1: ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2: University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, Puerto Rico; 3: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

105R: Designing sustainable urban land systems + Mapping, analysing and modeling human settlements at global scale
Location: MB-201
Chair: Victoria Kelly Turner
Chair: Heather Sander
Chair: Emanuele Strano
 
Full talk
105R Designing sustainable urban land systems

Parcel-level landscaping classification and spatial pattern analysis using Google Earth Engine

Yujia Zhang, Xiran Zhou, Michelle Stuhlmacher, Wenwen Li, B.L. Turner II

School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University, United States of America



Flash talk
105R Designing sustainable urban land systems

Integrated science-design loop for fostering urban ecosystem services in a tropical city

Adrienne Grêt-Regamey1, Maria Angela Dissegna2

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: ETH-SEC, Future Cities Lab, Singapore



Flash talk
109R Mapping, analysing and modeling human settlements at global scale

Exploiting global remote sensing data with Google Earth Engine

Nicholas Clinton

Google, United States of America



Full talk
109R Mapping, analysing and modeling human settlements at global scale

Monitoring global urbanization using big earth data - the world settlement footprint

Mattia Marconcini1, Noel Gorelick2, Annekatrin Metz-Marconcini1, Thomas Esch1, Emanuele Strano3

1: German Aerospace Center - DLR, Germany; 2: Google, Inc., Zürich, Switzerland; 3: MindEarth, Biel / Bienne, Switzerland

207R: New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions
Location: MB-106
Chair: Dilini Abeygunawardane
Chair: Angela Kronenburg García
Chair: Mairon Giovani Bastos Lima
 
Full talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

Development financiers: The new agents driving African commodity frontiers

Dilini Abeygunawardane1, Angela Kronenburg García1,2, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2: University of Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Mozambique; 3: F.R.S. - FNRS, Brussels, Belgium



Full talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

The secrets of soy and farmland investments in Brazil’s last Cerrado frontier

Mairon Giovani Bastos Lima

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Flash talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

The evolution of farmland investments by institutional investors

Anna Hajdu1, Oane Visser2

1: IAMO Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany; 2: International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University Rotterdam



Flash talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

The new Paraguayan frontier: How agro-industrial traders have shaped Paraguayan soybean expansion

James Henderson

University of Bonn, Germany



Full talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

The drama of the grabbed commons: CSR as anti-politics machines and local responses

Jean-David Gerber1, Tobias Haller2

1: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern, Switzerland



Full talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

Inequality, investment and agricultural expansion in tropical regions: the effect of domestic versus foreign capital

Michele Graziano Ceddia

University of Bern, Switzerland

208R: The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Bill McConnell
 
Full talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Assessing the impacts of dams on the dynamic interactions among distant wetlands, land use, and rural communities in the Lower Mekong River Basin

Jiaguo Qi1,2, Shiqi Tao1, Linda Lin1, Charlie Navanugraha3

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Nanjing Agricultural University, China; 3: Nakhon Phanom University, Thailand



Flash talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Multi-scale water-energy-food nexus

Makoto Taniguchi, Sanghyun Lee, Naoki Masuhara

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan



Full talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Oil palm plantations and changing water flow regimes – complex causalities and their impacts for food crop farmers in Sumatra, Indonesia

Jennifer Merten1,2, Christian Stiegler3, Nina Hennings5, Edwine Purnama4, Heiko Faust1

1: Human Geography, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany; 2: IRI THESys, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 3: Bioclimatology, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany; 4: Forest Inventory and Remote Sensing, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany; 5: Soil Science of Temperate Ecosystems, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany



Full talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Increasing the resilience of Indian agriculture to monsoon variability through optimized irrigation strategies

Balsher Singh Sidhu1, Milind Kandlikar1,2, Navin Ramankutty1,2

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



Full talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Ecosystem services in the water-energy-food nexus

Fritz Kleinschroth, Scott Sinclair, Paolo Burlando, Jaboury Ghazoul

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Full talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Land use implications and greenhouse gas emissions of current fruit and vegetable production

Marie-Theres Wandl

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



Flash talk
208R The water-energy-food nexus: progress and prospects

Climate impacts of feasible food/agriculture/land-use scenarios in a zero-deforestation world in 2050

Michaela Clarissa Theurl, Christian Lauk, Gerald Kalk, Andreas Mayer, Katrin Kaltenegger, Wilfried Winiwarter, Karl-Heinz Erb, Helmut Haberl

Institute of Social Ecology, Austria

209R: Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Alexander Prishchepov
Chair: Fabian Löw
Chair: Matthias Bürgi
 
Full talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Drivers of agricultural land abandonment: moving beyond the myths

Alexander V. Prishchepov1,2,3, Arne Brandschwede1, Nick Cooper1, Ruslan Gunko1, Auni Haapala1, Sebastian Toft Hornum1, Hoi Ying Yau1

1: Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management (IGN), University of Copenhagen, Øster Voldgade 10, DK-1350 København K, Denmark; 2: Institute of Environmental Sciences, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Tovarishcheskaya str.5, Kazan, 420097, Russia.; 3: Institute of Steppe of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Pionerskaya str.11, Orenburg 460000, Russia.



Full talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Mapping agricultural land abandonment in central poland since 1984 with landsat time series

Natalia Kolecka, Jacek Kozak, Dominik Kaim

Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Geography and Geology, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Poland



Full talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Exploring social-ecological outcomes of land abandonment in the Mediterranean Basin

Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Tobias Plieninger, Andreas Bürkert

University of Kassel, Germany



Flash talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Agent-based modelling of rural abandonment patterns: a case-study in northern France

Anton Van Rompaey, Bram Vandeninden

KU Leuven, Belgium



Flash talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Uneven use of pastureland in the Alai Valley, southern Kyrgyzstan

Teiji Watanabe1, Shigeru Shirasaka2, Jie Liu3

1: Hokkaido University, Japan; 2: Rikkyo University, Japan; 3: Weather News, Japan



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Mapping agricultural abandonment and assessing its consequences

Andrey Dara1,2, Tobias Kuemmerle1,3, Matthias Baumann1, Johannes Kamp4, Norbert Hölzel4, Martin Freitag4, Patrick Hostert1,3

1: Humboldt-Unversität zu Berlin, Germany; 2: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Halle (Saale), Germany; 3: IRI THESys, Berlin, Germany; 4: University of Muenster, Muenser, Germany



Flash talk
209R Agricultural land abandonment in the teleconnected world

Spatial patterns of agricultural land abandonment and implications for water management in the U.S. Rio Grande basin

Sophie Plassin, Jennifer Koch, Madison Wilson, Neal Kevin

University of Oklahoma, United States of America

210R: Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and trade-offs between food security, climate change, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?
Location: MB-120
Chair: Robert J. Zomer
Chair: Jianchu Xu
 
Full talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

Projected climate change impacts on montane terrestrial ecosystems and the challenges for global mountains

Robert J. Zomer1, Jianchu Xu1,2, MIngching Wang1

1: Center for Mountain Ecosystems, Kunming Institute of Botany - Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of; 2: World Agroforesty Center (ICRAF) - East and Central Asia Regional Office



Full talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

Enhancing landscape restoration and ecosystem resilience for meeting food and livelihood demands, lessons from the mountains of ethiopia

Kiros Meles Hadgu

World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Ethiopia



Flash talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

The role of science in developing innovative pathways for nature and people: A transdisciplinary approach applied in Mount Kenya, East Africa

Sarah-Lan Mathez-Stiefel

Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Portugal



Full talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

Assessing collaboration networks to support systemic innovation in mountain areas

Victor Blanco, Tobias Luthe, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Flash talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

Increasing resilience for some, vulnerability for others? Rapid rural development generates resilience paradoxes in Indian Eastern Himalaya

Reinmar Seidler

Univ Massachusetts Boston, United States of America



Flash talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

Using traditional knowledge, participatory approaches, and ecosystem-based adaptation to drive innovation in mountains

Erin Holly Gleeson1, Jorge Recharte1, Katherine Blackwood2

1: The Mountain Institute, United States of America; 2: International Union for Conservation of Nature



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

Assessing the resilience of the Western Ghats agroforestry landscapes towards anthropogenic fires and monsoonal variability: Implications for sustaining biodiversity in one of its prime hotspots

Charuta J. Kulkarni1, Shonil A. Bhagwat1,2, Walter Finsinger3, Sandra Nogué4,5, Pallavi Anand6, Kathy J. Willis5

1: Department of Geography and OpenSpace Research Centre, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.; 2: School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.; 3: ISEM, Univ Montpellier, CNRS, EPHE, IRD, Montpellier, France.; 4: Geography and Environment, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK.; 5: Long-Term Ecology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.; 6: School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

211RA: Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development - Part A
Location: MB-220
Chair: Patrick Hostert
Chair: Veronique De Sy
 
Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Using pseudo ground-truth data for constructing historical land-cover maps: An Australian case study

Marco Rodrigo Calderon Loor, Brett Bryan, Michalis Hadjikakou

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Innovating land monitoring in support of climate change mitigation and sustainable land use strategies

Veronique De Sy1, Martin Herold1, Sarah Carter1, Astrid Bos1, Patric Brandt1, Nancy Harris2, Renske Hijbeek3, Marloes van Loon3, Johannes Reiche1

1: Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University, the Netherlands; 2: World Resource Institute, Washington DC, USA; 3: Plant Production Systems, Wageningen University, the Netherlands



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Mapping silage bags - the missing link between agriculture and livestock

Philipp Gaertner1, Pedro Fernandez1, Ignacio Gasparri1,2

1: Instituto de Ecología Regional, Tucumán, Argentina, Argentine Republic; 2: Instituto de Investigación Animal del Chaco Semiárido., Tucumán, Argentina



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Introducing dynamic composite periods for pixel-based crop type mapping using Sentinel-2A imagery

Daniel Doktor, Maximilian Lange, Sebastian Preidl

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Annual global land cover maps from the 1990s to 2016 for climate modelling: achievements of the Land Cover component of the ESA Climate Change Initiative evolving to the Copernicus Climate Change operational service

P. Defourny1, C. Brockmann3, C. Lamarche1, S. Bontemps1, F. Achard2, M. Boettcher3, T. De Maet1, P. Gamba4, S. Hagemann5, A. Hartley6, L. Hoffman7, G. Georgievski5, G. Kirches3, N. MacBean8, P. Mayaux2, I. Moreau1, C. Ottle8, C. Pathe9, P. Peylin7, J. Radoux1, F. Ramoino10, M. Santoro11, C. Schmullius9, E. Van Bogaert1, U. Wegmüller11, M. Zuehlke3, O. Arino10

1: UCLouvain-Geomatics (Belgium), Belgium; 2: Joint Research Center; 3: Brockmann Consult GmbH, Germany; 4: University of Pavia, Italy;; 5: Max Plank Institute for Meteorology, Germany; 6: MET Office, United Kingdom; 7: LIST, Luxembourg; 8: LSCE, France; 9: University of Jena, Germany; 10: ESA-ESRIN, Italy; 11: GAMMA Remote Sensing, Switzerland



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Mapping global land-use patterns and recent historical changes

Steffen Ehrmann1, Giuseppe Amatulli2, Lars Bernard3, Daniele Da Re4, Steffen Fritz5, Allessandro Gentile1, Marius Gilbert6, Stephan Mäs3, Felipe Melges1, Isabel Rosa7, Navin Ramankutty8, Longzhu Shen9, Katharina Schulze10, Ralf Seppelt11, Peter Verburg10, Florian Wolf1, Liangzhi You12, Carsten Meyer1

1: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Germany; 2: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies; 3: Technische Universität Dresden; 4: Université Catholique de Louvain; 5: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis; 6: Université Libre de Bruxelles; 7: Bangor University; 8: University of British Columbia; 9: University of Cambridge; 10: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 11: Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research; 12: International Food Policy Research Institute

213R: Land tenure (security) and land use (change)
Location: MB-114
Chair: Martin C. Lukas
Chair: Brian Evan Robinson
 
Full talk
213R Land tenure (security) and land use (change)

Unpacking situations of tenure insecurity. Land use change as means and outcome of tenure contestation

Martin C. Lukas

University of Bremen, Germany



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

The impacts of a land tenure clarification project on deforestation and forest degradation in Guatemala

Ana Laura Reboredo Segovia1, Eric Bullock1, Leonardo Corral2, Christoph Nolte1

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: Inter-American Development Bank



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

The tenure gap: policy implications for discrepancies in informal and statutory land rights

Margaret B Holland1, Allison Kelly2, Yuta J Masuda3, Brian E Robinson4

1: University of Maryland, Baltimore County; 2: University of Michigan; 3: The Nature Conservancy; 4: McGill University



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

Chasing tenure rights in the ‘new’ Myanmar - Opportunities and challenges to the recognition of land and forest tenure rights on the indigenous frontier

Glenn Hunt1, Lara M. Lundsgaard-Hansen1, Manuel von der Mühlen1,2, Joan Bastide1, Andreas Heinimann1

1: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern; 2: ETH Zürich



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

Contentious land change: a longitudinal analysis from the Eastern Brazilian Amazon

Stephen Aldrich1, Cynthia Simmons2, Eugenio Arima3, Robert Walker2, Francisco Michelotti4, Edna Castro5

1: Indiana State University; 2: University of Florida; 3: The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 4: Federal University of South & Southeast of Para; 5: Federal University of Para



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

Towards sustainable drylands: bridging the gap between land tenure and sustainable management

Deborah Namayi Muricho1, Stephen Mwangi Mureithi2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: University of Nairobi, Kenya

326R: Can decision support tools enhance interventions towards land system transformation?
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Isabelle Providoli
 
Full talk
326R Can decision support tools enhance interventions towards land system transformation?

Considering spatio-temporal processes in co-designing sustainable land management strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of invasive alien plant species

Albrecht Ehrensperger1, Beatice Adoyo3, Tena Alamirew5, Urs Baumgartner1, Simon Choge4, Sandra Eckert1, René Eschen2, George Kajembe6, Charles Kilawe6, Boniface Kiteme3, John Richard Mbwambo7, Brehanu Mergesa5, Urs Schaffner2

1: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: CABI, Delémont, Switzerland; 3: Centre for Training and Integrated Research in ASAL Development (CETRAD), Nanyuki, Kenya; 4: Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI), Marigat, Kenya; 5: Water and Land Resource Centre (WLRC), Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; 6: Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania; 7: Tanzania Forest Research Institute (TAFORI), Lushoto, Tanzania



Full talk
326R Can decision support tools enhance interventions towards land system transformation?

Decision support tools for mainstreaming and scaling out Sustainable Land Management

Nicole Harari, Isabelle Providoli, Urs Baumgartner, Rima Mekdaschi Studer, Felicitas Bachmann, Hanspeter Liniger

University of Bern, Switzerland



Full talk
326R Can decision support tools enhance interventions towards land system transformation?

Developing inclusive visions for transforming livestock value chains using participatory modelling and serious gaming in sub-Saharan Africa

Catherine Pfeifer1, Joanne Morris2, Dawit Mulatu3, Jon Ensor2

1: Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Swizerland; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) , UK; 3: Environment and Climate Research Center (ECRC)/EDRI, Ethiopia



Full talk
326R Can decision support tools enhance interventions towards land system transformation?

Participatory co-management of natural resources in an arid and semi-arid region in Morocco

Pascale Waelti Maumier1, Stefan Graf1, Christoph Studer1, Matteo Jucker1, Isabelle Providoli2, Gudrun Schwilch2

1: School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (HAFL), Switzerland; 2: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland



Flash talk
323R Understanding and operationalizing the sustainability concept for guiding urban transformations

Simulation of the underlying factors of urban transformation and characterizing the effects of planning in guiding sustainable urban forms: a case study of Austin metropolitan area, Texas, U.S.

Chunhong Zhao

Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland



Full talk
319R Understanding socio-ecological change and transformation of coastal land in low elevated coastal zones (LECZ)

Enhancing socio-ecological resilience in low elevated coastal zones subject to recurrent inundation

Narcisa Gabriela Pricope, Christopher Hidalgo, Joanne Nancie Halls

University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States of America



Flash talk
204R Opportunities of farm and landscape level models in land use science for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessment

The influence of biophysical and socio-economic factors on land-use change in the North-East of Madagascar

Ravosaina Ntsiva Nirinimanitra Andriatsitohaina1, Enrico Celio2, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey2, Zo Hasina Rabemananjara1, Bruno Ramamonjisoa1

1: ESSA-Forêts, Antananarivo Madagascar; 2: ETH PLUS, Zurich Switzerland

 
12:45pm
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2:00pm
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2:00pm
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3:30pm
106RA: Land systems for conservation science - Part A
Location: MB-101
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
Chair: Yann le Polain de Waroux
 
Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Intact but empty forests? Patterns of hunting-induced mammal defaunation in the tropics

Ana Benítez López1, Luca Santini1, Aafke M. Schipper1,2, Michela Busana1, Mark A.J. Huijbregts1

1: Radboud University, Netherlands, The; 2: PBL, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Netherlands, The



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

How to avoid conservation leakage? – Systematic conservation planning incorporating people's decision making

Takuya Iwamura

Tel Aviv University, Israel



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Land competition and the downgrading, downsizing, and degazettement of protected areas

Siyu Qin1,2, Rachel E. Golden Kroner1,3, Michael B Mascia1, Tobias Kuemmerle2

1: Conservation International, USA; 2: Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany; 3: George Mason University, USA



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Using the ecosystem service concept in conservation science – opportunity or risk?

Anna Cord1, Michael Beckmann1, Andreas Dittrich1, Anne Jungandreas1, Michael Strauch1, Martin Volk1,2, Guy Ziv3

1: Department of Computational Landscape Ecology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Permoserstr. 15, 04318 Leipzig, Germany; 2: Institute of Geoscience and Geography, Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 06099 Halle (Saale), Germany; 3: School of Geography, Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Mapping the global footprint of High Conservation Value areas

Kimberly Marie Carlson1, Charlotte Zoe Smith1, Robert Heilmayr2, Olivia Scholtz3

1: University of Hawaii, Manoa, United States of America; 2: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 3: High Conservation Value Resource Network (HCVRN), United Kingdom



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

People, elephants, and trees in the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area: Constructing land use futures from the past

Jan Börner1, Wulf Amelung1, Anja Lindstädter1, Maximilian Meyer1, Alfons Mosimane2, Jesaya Nakanyala2, Alexandra Sandhage-Hofmann1, Vladimir Wingate3

1: University of Bonn, Germany; 2: University of Namibia, Namibia; 3: University of Basel, Switzerland



Full talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Conservation and land competition: conservation planning in the context of Land Degradation Neutrality.

Alex Ivan Zvoleff, Mariano Gonzalez Roglich, Monica Noon

Conservation International, United States of America

111RA: Clandestine and illicit economies as drivers of land system dynamics - Part A
Location: MB-120
Chair: Nicholas Magliocca
Chair: Elizabeth Tellman
 
Full talk
111R Clandestine and illicit economies as drivers of land system dynamics

NarcoLogic: Modeling cocaine traffickers and counterdrug interdiction forces as a complex adaptive system

Nicholas Magliocca1, Kendra McSweeney2, Steven Sesnie3, Elizabeth Tellman4, Jennifer Devine5, Erik Nielsen6, Zoe Pearson7, David Wrathall8, Anayansi Dávila9

1: Department of Geography, University of Alabama, United States of America; 2: Department of Geography, Ohio State University, United States of America; 3: US Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Biological Sciences, United States of America; 4: School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University, United States of America; 5: Department of Geography, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States of America; 6: School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability, Northern Arizona University, United States of America; 7: Department of Geography, University of Wyoming, United States of America; 8: Department of Geography, Oregon State University, United States; 9: Anonymous



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

Illicit-clandestine land transactions - linking pattern to process in Narcodeforestation

Elizabeth Tellman1, Nicholas Magliocca2, Steven Sesnie3, Kendra McSweeney4, Erik Nielsen5, Jennifer Devine6, David Wrathall7, B.L. Turner II1, Peter Verburg8

1: Arizona State University, United States of America; 2: University of Alabama, United States of America; 3: US Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Biological Sciences, United States of America; 4: Ohio State University, United States of America; 5: Northern Arizona University, United States of America; 6: Texas State University, United States of America; 7: Oregon State University, United States of America; 8: VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands



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

From “handshakes” to Plasmodium falciparum: the relationships between illegal gold mining, landscape change and malaria in Ghana

Heidi Hausermann

Colorado State University, United States of America



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

Illicit financial Flows as related to natural resources: Concepts and Definitions / or: Illicit financial flows as related to natural resources: legal or illegal?

Musselli Irene, Bürgi Bonanomi Elisabeth

Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland



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

Impact of illicit oil activities on coastal land use system: A case of Bille Creeks, Niger Delta

Olanrewaju Lawal1, Nenibarini Zabbey2,3, Kabari Sam3

1: Department of Geography & Environmental Management, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Port Harcourt; 2: Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Port Harcourt; 3: Environment and Conservation Unit, Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development, Port Harcourt

112RA: Sustainability impacts of large scale investments
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Ward Anseeuw
Chair: Wegayehu Fitawek
Chair: Markus Giger
Chair: Christoph Oberlack
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
 
Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

The impact of large-scale agricultural investments on household food security in two areas of Madagascar

Wegayehu Fitawek1, Sheryl Hendriks1,2, Aurélien Reys3, Filippo Fossi1

1: Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 3: French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), Montpellier, France



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Nuancing the labor market effects of large-scale land acquisitions in SSA : Insights for improved policy frameworks

Sara Mercandalli2, Perrine Burnod2, Aurélien Reys2, Ward Anseeuw1,2, Markus Giger3

1: ILC, Italy; 2: CIRAD, France; 3: University of Bern, Centre for Development and Environment



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

How and why large-scale agricultural investments induce diverse trajectories of regional development in Kenya, Madagascar and Mozambique

Markus Giger1, Christoph Oberlack1,2, Ward Anseeuw3,4, Camilla Adelle3,5, Magalie Bourblanc3, Boniface Kiteme10, Perrine Burnod3,6, Sandra Eckert1, Eve Fouilleux3,7,8, Sheryl Hendriks9, Sara Mercandalli3, Aurélien Reys3, Maya da Silva11, Michael Van Der Laan11, Julie Zähringer1, Peter Messerli1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), France; 4: International Land Coalition (ILC), Rome, Italy; 5: Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 6: Malagasy Land Observatory, Madagascar; 7: UMR CEPEL (University of Montpellier), France; 8: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)Montpellier Cedex 5, France; 9: Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development and the Institute for Food, Nutrition nand Well-being, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 10: Centre for Training and Integrated Research In ASAL Development (CETRAD), Nanyuki, Kenya; 11: Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Pretoria, South Africa



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Have African dams and irrigation schemes delivered the promised agricultural benefits?

Tom Higginbottom, Roshan Adhikari, Ralitza Dimova, Timothy Foster

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

A typology of agricultural land investments and potential impacts on the food security of african countries

Altaaf Mechiche-Alami1, Jihad Yagoubi2, Kimberly Nicholas1

1: Lund University, Sweden; 2: Free University of Berlin, Germany



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Modeling land change and sustainability of Chinese large-scale agricultural investments in Central Tanzania

Puyang Li

Arizona State University, United States of America

203RA: Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient - Part A
Location: MB-201
Chair: Jasper van Vliet
Chair: Torben Birch-Thomsen
Chair: Anton Van Rompaey
 
Full talk
203R Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient

Urbanization in rural regions: the emergence of urban centres in Tanzania

Torben Birch-Thomsen, Jytte Agergaard, Marianne Nylandsted Larsen

Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark



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

Different shades of grey: variation along the rural-urban gradient and their implications for land use modelling

Jasper van Vliet1, Anna Hersperger2

1: VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: WSL Swiss federal research institute for forest, snow and landscape



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

Rural-urban transformations, small towns and climate change induced migration

Jytte Agergaard1, Cecilia Tacoli2

1: University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, UK



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

The role of strategic spatial plans in managing urban-rural relationships in European and North American urban regions

Eduardo Henrique da Silva Oliveira1,2, Anna M. Hersperger2

1: Université catholique de Louvain Belgium; 2: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL Switzerland



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

Analyzing peri-urban land use change using a mixed-methods approach in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Saskia Wolff, Tobia Lakes

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany



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

Sumatra’s landscape mosaic: investigating spatio-temporal heterogeneity of rural transformations

Fenna Otten

Georg-August Universität Göttingen



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

Data compendium for land change analysis along the urban-rural gradient

Aneta J. Florczyk1, Michele Melchiorri2, Marcello Schiavina1, Martino Pesaresi1, Thomas Kemper1, Daniele Ehrlich1

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

211RB: Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development - Part B
Location: MB-220
Chair: Patrick Hostert
Chair: Veronique De Sy
 
Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Multi-scale monitoring of forest degradation using MODIS, Landsat and Sentinel data

Pinki Mondal1, Sonali McDermid2, Md. Abdul Q. Khan1

1: University of Delaware, United States of America; 2: New York University, United States of America



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Carbon losses from deforestation and widespread degradation offset by extensive growth in African woodlands

Casey M Ryan, Iain McNicol, Edward Mitchard

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Relationships among forest disturbances, land use and woody cover patterns: an approach to forest degradation assessment in tropical dry forests

Teresa Rita De Marzo1, Matthias Baumann1, Philipp Gaertner2, Ignacio Gasparri2, Dirk Pflugmacher1, Eric Lambin3,4, Tobias Kuemmerle1

1: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 2: Universidad Nacional de Tucumán - CONICET, Argentina; 3: Université Catholique de Louvainé, Belgium; 4: Stanford University, USA



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Forest management in Europe and its local effect on land surface temperature (LST) – broadleaf tree cooling vs. dense forest cooling

Jonas Schwaab, Edouard Davin

ETH Zürich



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Forest fragmentation and payment for ecosystem services in Mexico

Carlos Ramirez-Reyes1, Katharine R. E. Sims2, Peter Potapov3, Volker C. Radeloff1

1: SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2: Departments of Economics and Environmental Studies, Amherst College; 3: Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Landscape-based vegetation monitoring to support participatory planning and management in dry rangelands

matteo jucker riva, Pascale Waelti, Joshua Scott Witshoe, Stefan Graf

HAFL-BFH, Switzerland

304RA: Transformative adaptation for land systems: ecosystem services in pathways of adaptation to global change - Part A
Location: MB-106
Chair: Sandra Lavorel
Chair: Bruno Locatelli
Chair: Matthew John Colloff
 
Full talk
304R Transformative adaptation for land systems: ecosystem services in pathways of adaptation to global change

Analyzing social-ecological systems for exploring adaptation pathways in land systems

Bruno Locatelli1,2

1: CIRAD, University of Montpellier (France); 2: CIFOR (Peru)



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

Migration as transformation? Interacting adaptation and migration pathways and their impacts on ecosystems and people

Houria DJOUDI1, Bruno LOCATELLI2

1: CIFOR; 2: CIFOR/CIRAD



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

Analyzing wicked food system solutions – recommendations for more transformative food system research

Verena Seufert1,2, Graham MacDonald3, Pietro Barbieri4, Rachael Garrett5, Hermann Lotze-Campen6, Roni Neff7, Thomas Nesme8, Sam Rabin1, Mark Rounsevell1, Hannah Wittman9

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3: McGill University, Canada; 4: Institut National Recherche Agronomique (INRA), France; 5: Boston University, United States; 6: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; 7: John Hopkins University, United States; 8: University of Bordeaux Sciences Agro, France; 9: University of British Columbia, Canada



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

Exploring adaptation pathways to global change: lessons from failed attempts to bring agroecology to scale in Southeast Asia

Guillaume Lestrelin1, Jean-Christophe Castella1,2, Rada Kong3, Jean-Philippe Venot2, Malyne Neang4, Pascal Lienhard1, Florent Tivet1

1: Centre de coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD), Montpellier, France; 2: Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), Montpellier, France; 3: Conservation Agriculture Service Center (CASC), Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; 4: Ecoland Research Center, Royal University of Agriculture (RUA), Phnom Penh, Cambodia



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

Agricultural adaptation pathways - new water use conflicts?

Annelie Holzkämper1, Ole Rössler2, Fabien Cochand3, Philip Brunner3, Daniel Hunkeler3

1: Agroscope, Switzerland; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland



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

Identification of spatial bundles of forest ecosystem services at the European level for governance

Francesco Orsi1, Davide Geneletti1, Marco Ciolli1, Eeva Primmer2, Liisa Varumo2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: Finnish Environment Institute, Finland

309RA: Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Thomas Kastner
Chair: Alexandra Marques
 
Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity: current state-of the art and future directions

Thomas Kastner1, Alexandra Marques2

1: Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Germany; 2: Joint Research Center, European Commission



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Linking supply chain actors and the global trade of agricultural commodities to impacts on species

Jonathan Green1,2,3, A. Paz Duran3,4, Simon Croft1,2, Andrew Balmford5, Neil Burgess6, Stephen Fick2, Toby Gardner2, Javier Godar2, Clement Suavet2, Malika Virah-Sawmy3, Piero Visconti7, Lucy Young8, Christopher West1,2

1: Environment and Geography Dept., York, YO10 5NG, United Kingdom; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute; 3: Luc Hoffmann Institute, Gland, Switzerland; 4: Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad, Casilla 653, Santiago, Chile; 5: Conservation Science Group, Dept. Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK; 6: UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK; 7: Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London, UK; 8: WWF-UK, Woking, UK



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Phylogenetic diversity loss associated with global food production, consumption and trade

Abhishek Chaudhary1,2

1: ETHZ; 2: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India



Flash talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Quantifying and evaluating Germany's biomass consumption on the way to a bioeconomy 2050: a scenario approach

Jan Goepel, Jan Schuengel

University of Kassel, CESR, Germany



Flash talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

How much land is needed to produce our meat, milk and eggs? the case of Mexican livestock systems

Maria Jose Ibarrola-Rivas1, Sanderine Nonhebel2

1: Institute of Geography UNAM, Mexico; 2: University of Groningen, the Netherlands



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Multi-scale analysis of the global biodiversity footprints of large cities

Philipp R Semenchuk1, Dietmar Moser1, Christoph Plutzar2, Ingrid Kleinbauer2, Franz Essl3, Stefan Dullinger1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria; 3: Environment Angency, Austria



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

A consumption-based indicator for water purification

Alexandra Marques, Alessandra La Notte

European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy

320R: Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling
Location: MB-114
Chair: Bumsuk Seo
Chair: Calum Brown
 
Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

How could land use models benefit from recent developments in Artificial Intelligence: promises and challenges for large-scale land use modelling

Bumsuk Seo1, Calum Brown1, Mark Rounsevell1,2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK



Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

Habitat modelling and conservation area planning using camera-trap photos, computer vision, and network analysis: a case study of Yellow-throated marten in South Korea

Donggul Woo1, Bumsuk Seo2, Tae-Young Choi1

1: National Institute of Ecology, Republic of Korea; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

The land use modeling by iterative parametrization with machine learning approaches

Yu-Pin Lin, Wan-Yu Lien, Yen-Sen Lu

National Taiwan University, Taiwan



Flash talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

Using Machine Learning to improve understanding of land use in Brazil’s cattle sector

Lisa L. Rausch, Matthew Christie, Jacob Munger, AnHai Doan, Amintas Brandao, Philip Martinkus, Holly K. Gibbs

University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States of America



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

The effect of land use on surface water pollution from non-point sources

Tomas Dostal, Miroslav Bauer, Josef Krasa, Barbora Jachymova

CTU Prague, Czech Republic



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Automated rural road detection and classification to support analysis of the impacts of land use and management

Sean Patrick Kearney1, Nicholas C. Coops1, Gord B. Stenhouse2, Simran Sethi1

1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: fRI Research, Canada

325R: Long-term drivers of land use change, with a focus on South-East Asia
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Martin Rudbeck Jepsen
Chair: Thilde Bech Bruun
 
Full talk
325R Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Martin Rudbeck Jepsen1, Thilde Bruun1, Matilda Palm2

1: University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Chalmers University of technology, Sweden



Full talk
325R Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Targeting land deals in the Lao PDR: A nation-wide characterization of investments in land and their impacts

Cornelia Hett1, Vong Nanhthavong1, Michael Epprecht1, Savanh Hanephom2, Anongsone Phommachanh3

1: University of Bern, Switzerland, Centre for Development and Environment; 2: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Lao PDR; 3: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Lao PDR



Full talk
325R Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Underlying causes of the land-use transformation in post-war Vietnam

Daniel Müller1,2

1: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany; 2: Geography Department, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



Full talk
325R Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Deforestation dynamics in an endemic-rich mountain system: conservation successes and challenges in West Java 1990-2015

Thomas Higginbottom1, Nigel Collar2, Elias Symeonakis1, Stuart Marsden1

1: Manchester Metropolitan University; 2: Birdlife International



Flash talk
325R Long-term drivers of land use change in South-East Asia

Patterns and drivers of forest and biomass fires in Indonesia

Zu Dienle Tan, Roman L. Carrasco, David Mark Taylor

National University of Singapore, Singapore



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

An integrated assessment of the roles of climate change and land use change on soil organic carbon loss

Tiago G. Morais1, Ricardo F.M. Teixeira1, Karlheinz Erb2, Tiago Domigos1

1: MARETEC, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal; 2: Institute of Social Ecology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Vienna

331R: Land transformations through Food-Land-Energy-Water (FLEW) nexus approaches: lessons learned and key gaps
Location: MB-206
Chair: Grace Villamor
Chair: David LaMond Griffith
 
Full talk
331R Land transformations through Food-Land-Energy-Water (FLEW) nexus approaches: lessons learned and key gaps

Wef nexus trade-offs and synergies in smallholder agriculture: empirical evidence from Ethiopia

Alisher Mirzabaev1, Dawit Guta2

1: University of Bonn, Germany; 2: University of Addis Ababa



Full talk
331R Land transformations through Food-Land-Energy-Water (FLEW) nexus approaches: lessons learned and key gaps

Gender and food-energy-land security nexus in rural Ethiopia: an agent-based modeling development

Grace Villamor

University of Idaho, United States of America



Full talk
331R Land transformations through Food-Land-Energy-Water (FLEW) nexus approaches: lessons learned and key gaps

Co-production of knowledge at the nexus of Food-Energy-Water systems of Magic Valley, Idah

David LaMond Griffith1, Grace Villamor1, Andrew Kliskey1, Lilian Alessa1, Dan Cronan1, Jamie Trammel2

1: University of Idaho, United States of America; 2: Southern Oregon University, United States of America



Flash talk
331R Land transformations through Food-Land-Energy-Water (FLEW) nexus approaches: lessons learned and key gaps

The emergence of wicked problems in managing the land – water - energy nexus: addressing governance and attitude mismatches to ensure the long-term delivery of ecosystem services

Kinga Krauze1, Patrick Bourgeron2

1: ERCE PAS, Poland; 2: University of Colorado at Boulder, USA



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

Impacts of land cover change on runoff in the middle reaches of the Yarlung Tsangpo River Basin

Rui Wang, Zhijun Yao

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



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Attributing trends in the environmental intensity of China's crop production

Lijun Zuo1, Zengxiang Zhang1, Kimberly Carlson2, Kate Brauman3, Graham MacDonald4, Yingchun Liu5, Wen Zhang6, Huayong Zhang7, Wenbin Wu8, Xiaoli Zhao1, Feifei Sun2, James Gerber3, Paul West3

1: Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS, China, People's Republic of; 2: Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawai’i; 3: Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota; 4: Department of Geography, McGill University; 5: Academy of Forestry Inventory and Planning, State Forestry Administration; 6: LAPC, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; 7: Research Center for Engineering Ecology and Nonlinear Science, North China Electric Power University; 8: Key Laboratory of Agri-informatics, Ministry of Agriculture/Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning

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150N: Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations
Location: MB-206
Chair: Anja-Kristina Techen
Chair: Hermine Mitter
Chair: Martin Schönhart
Chair: Katharina Helming
 

150N Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations

Downscaling and simulating scenarios of future land use and land cover changes using a participatory approach

Thomas HOUET

CNRS, France




150N Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations

Developing protocol-based storylines of future European agriculture to inform integrated assessments (Eur-Agri-SSPs)

Hermine Mitter1, Anja Techen2, Franz Sinabell3, Katharina Helming2, Benjamin Bodirsky4, Ian Holman5, Kasper Kok6, Heikki Lehtonen7, Adrian Leip8, Chantal Le Mouel9, Hermann Lotze-Campen4, Erik Mathijs10, Bano Mehdi1, Melania Michetti11, Klaus Mittenzwei12, Olivier Mora9, Lilian Oygarden12, Jörg Priess13, Pytrik Reidsma6, Rüdiger Schaldach14, Erwin Schmid1, Hedi Webber2, Martin Schönhart1

1: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, BOKU, Austria; 2: Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, ZALF, Landscape Research Synthesis, Germany; 3: Austrian Institute of Economic Research, WIFO, Austria; 4: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, PIK, Germany; 5: Cranfield University, UK; 6: Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands; 7: Natural Resources Institute Finland, LUKE, Finland; 8: European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Directorate for Sustainable Resources, Ispra Italy; 9: Institut national de la recherche agronomique, France; 10: University of Leuven, KU Leuven, Belgium; 11: Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici, CMCC, Italy; 12: Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NIBIO, Norway; 13: Helmholtz-Center for Environmental Research, UFZ, Germay; 14: University Kassel, Germany




150N Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations

Linking regional stakeholder scenarios and shared socioeconomic pathways: quantified West African food and climate futures in a global context

Amanda Palazzo1, Joost M. Vervoort2,7, Daniel Mason-D'Coz3, Lucas Rutting2, Petr Havlik1, Shahnila Dunston4, Jules Bayala5, Hugo Valin1, Hame Abdou Kadi Kadi6, Philip Thornton7, Robert Zougmore8

1: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria; 2: Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 3: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia; 4: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), United States; 5: World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), West and Central Africa Regional Office - Sahel Node, Mali; 6: Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique du Niger (INRAN), Niger; 7: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS); 8: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Mali




150N Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations

Scenarios and narratives in assessments of biodiversity and ecosystem services

Cornelia Bettina Krug

Universität Zürich, Switzerland




150N Scenario narratives for agriculture and land systems across scales and locations

Scenarios for land use and food security at global, regional and national scales

Marie de Lattre - Gasquet1,2, Olivier Mora3, Chantal Le Mouël4, Patrice Dumas5, Thierry Brunelle5

1: CIRAD, UMR ART-DEV, F-75116 Paris, France; 2: ART-DEV, Univ. Montpellier, CIRAD, CNRS, Univ. Montpellier 3, Univ. Perpignan Via Domitia, Montpellier, France; 3: INRA, UAR 1241 DEPE, F-75338 Paris, France; 4: INRA, UMR 1302 SMART-LERECO, F-35000, France; 5: CIRAD, UMR CIRED, F-34398 Montpellier, France

152N: Can we give half the planet back to nature?
Location: MB-120
Chair: Zia Mehrabi
Chair: Erle Ellis
250N: The role of culture in land-use change
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Yann le Polain de Waroux
Chair: Rachael Garrett
 

250N The role of culture in land-use change

Bringing values and culture into payments for ecosystem services programs

Mollie Anne Chapman1,2, Kai M A Chan1

1: University of Zurich, Department of Geography, Switzerland; 2: University of British Colombia, Institute for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability, Canada




250N The role of culture in land-use change

Dynamic feedbacks between culture and land use in the Tibetan highlands

Kelly A. Hopping

Boise State University, United States of America




250N The role of culture in land-use change

An anthropological perspective on culture and how it might be integrated into Land System Science

Jeffrey Hoelle

University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America




250N The role of culture in land-use change

Local peoples' attachment to land in forest-frontier contexts of Madagascar, Laos, and Myanmar

Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer1,2

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




250N The role of culture in land-use change

The challenges of unpacking “culture” in explanations of land-use change

Cecilie Friis

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

258N: Developing actionable research through the Global-Dryland Ecosystem Program (G-DEP)
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Dennis Ojima
351N: Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces
Location: MB-201
Chair: Marcin Spyra
Chair: Christine Fürst
Chair: Wei Wei
Chair: Luis Inostroza
Chair: Janina Kleemann
 

351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

Effects of planning efficiency for nature protection in peri-urban open spaces

Gaëtan Palka, Anna M. Hersperger, Eduardo Oliveira

WSL, Switzerland




351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

Integration of perception and usage of peri-urban open spaces in planning documents: (how) can appropriate format of information help?

Vita Žlender, Barbara Goličnik Marušić

Urban Planning Institute of Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia




351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

Managing green-urban spaces for the welfare of elderly people in societies opposed to strong demographic changes (Living 4.0)

Christine Fürst1, Jennifer hauck2, Robert Reese1, Marcin Spyra1

1: MLU Halle Wittenberg, Germany; 2: CoKnow




351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

Regional policies to better protect natural heritage of peri-urban open spaces: example from European Union

Marcin Spyra, Alina Schürmann

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany




351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

STUDY land use change, environmental implications and governance in proposed first national geopark in varkala, kerala

Subhash Anand

University of Delhi, India




351N Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces (PUOS)

Synergies and trade-offs of water-related ecological infrastructure in peri-urban Sub-Saharan Africa

Jessica P. R. Thorn1,2

1: University of York, United Kingdom; 2: African Climate and Development Initiative, University of Cape Town, South Africa

354N: Participatory and evidence-based land use policy making - Insights from the RESTORE+ approach
Location: MB-101
Chair: Florian Kraxner
Chair: Fernando Manoel Ramos
Chair: Steffen Fritz
 

354N Participatory and evidence-based land use policy making – Insights from the RESTORE+ approach (NO ABSTRACTS BEING ACCEPTED)

Crowdsourcing and participatory approaches for monitoring land use and land cover in Indonesia

Inian Moorthy, Neha Joshi, Linda See, Steffen Fritz

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria




354N Participatory and evidence-based land use policy making – Insights from the RESTORE+ approach (NO ABSTRACTS BEING ACCEPTED)

Modelling approaches for inclusive development planning in Indonesia

Sonya Dewi Santoso

World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Indonesia




354N Participatory and evidence-based land use policy making – Insights from the RESTORE+ approach (NO ABSTRACTS BEING ACCEPTED)

What’s next after providing scientific input to Brazil’s LULUCF climate commitment?

Fernando M. Ramos1, Aline C. Soterroni1,2, Marluce C. Scarabello1, Márcia T. Zilli1, Hugo Valin2, Aline Mosnier2, Florian Klaxner2

1: National Institute for Space Research (INPE), São José dos Campos, Brazil; 2: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Luxenburg, Austria

356N: Participatory shaping of GLP’s roadmap towards knowledge co-production
Location: MB-220
Chair: Albrecht Ehrensperger
Chair: Isabelle Providoli
Chair: Jean-Christophe Castella
Chair: Narcisa Gabriela Pricope
Chair: Flurina Schneider
Chair: Theresa Tribaldos
357N: Monitoring integrated restoration activities: enabling track-changes in complex land systems
Location: UniS A201
Chair: Louise Willemen
Chair: Nichole Barger
 

357N Monitoring integrated restoration activities: enabling track-changes in complex land systems

Harnessing technology to evaluate restoration projects

Michael Obersteiner

IIASA, Austria




357N Monitoring integrated restoration activities: enabling track-changes in complex land systems

Monitoring & Verification requirements from a restoration business perspective

Simon Willem Moolenaar, Willemijn de Iongh

Commonland, Netherlands, The




357N Monitoring integrated restoration activities: enabling track-changes in complex land systems

Using monitoring information to improve restoration decision making and governance

Judith Lorraine Fisher

Fisher Research Pty Ltd / University of Western Australia, Australia

358N: Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Andrea Gaughan
Chair: Catherine Linard
Chair: Alessandro Sorichetta
Chair: Forrest R. Stevens
Chair: Stefan Leyk
Chair: Greg Yetman
 

358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

Analysis of settlement and population changes in urban settings of the U.S over more than 100 years

Stefan Leyk1, Deborah Balk2

1: University of Colorado Boulder; 2: Baruch College, City University of New York




358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

Harmonizing global gridded population outputs over space and time

Andrea Gaughan1, Alessandro Sorichetta2, Forrest Stevens1, Greg Yetman4, Catherine Linard3, Maksym Bondarenko2, Alessandra Carioli2, Sophie Hanspal2, Theo Hilber2, Graeme Hornby2, William H.M. James2, David Kerr2, Chris Lloyd2, Jane Mills4, Jeremiah Nieves2, Kristine Nilsen2, Carla Pezzulo2, Linda Pistolesi4, Natalia Tejedor-Garavito2, Nikolaos Vesnikos2, Adelle Wigley2, Andrew Tatem2

1: University of Louisville; 2: University of Southampton, UK; 3: University of Namur; 4: Columbia University




358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

Mapping built-up and population densities in African cities

Catherine Linard1, Yann Forget2, Taïs Grippa2, Jessica E. Steele3, Eléonore Wolff2, Michal Shimoni4

1: Université de Namur, Belgium; 2: Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium; 3: University of Southampton, UK; 4: Royal Military Academy, Belgium




358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

Mapping people to pixels, an overview of population modelling approaches and challenges

Forrest R. Stevens1, Andrea E. Gaughan1, Catherine Linard2, Alessandro Sorichetta3, Stefan Leyk4, Deborah Balk5, Gregory Yetman6, Robert S. Chen6

1: University of Louisville, United States of America; 2: Université de Namur, Belgium; 3: University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 4: University of Colorado, Boulder, United States of America; 5: City University of New York, United States of America; 6: Columbia University, United States of America




358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

South-East Asia population and CO2 emission mapping

Alessandro Sorichetta1, Andrea Gaughan2, Forrest Stevens2, Laura Krauser2, Greg Yetman3, Tomohiro Oda4, Rostyslav Bun5

1: WorldPop, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 2: University of Louisville, USA; 3: CIESIN, Columbia University, USA; 4: NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, USA; 5: Lviv Polytechnic National University/WSB University




358N Gridded population and settlement data and models for integrative analysis of land systems

The high resolution settlement layer: improving population allocation methods

Greg Yetman1, Parmanand Sinha2, Andrea Gaughan2, Forrest Stevens2, Jane Mills1

1: Columbia University, United States of America; 2: University of Louisville

363N: Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales?
Location: MB-205
Chair: Mariano Gonzalez-Roglich
Chair: Alex Ivan Zvoleff
 

363N Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Can data quality standards contribute to the achievement of Land Degradation Neutrality?

Barron Joseph Orr1, Sasha Alexander1, Sara Minelli1, Antje Hecheltjen2

1: United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), Germany; 2: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Germany




363N Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Good Practice Guidance methods for SDG15.3.1 and LDN - collaborative development, and scale considerations

Neil Sims

CSIRO, Australia




363N Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Linking geospatial data analysis to local knowledge in national land resources planning efforts – the Collect Earth tool

Marcelo Rezende, Thomas Hammond

FAO, Italy




363N Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Linking local knowledge and achievements to LDN reporting and enabling evidence-based decision making at local and national level

Hanspeter Liniger, Renate Fleiner, Nicole Harari, Tatenda Lemann

CDE / University of Bern, Switzerland




363N Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

The global Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS): a mobile app and cloud computing for land management, research and citizen science.

Jason Neff1, Jeffrey Herrick2

1: University of Colorado, United States of America; 2: U.S. Departement of Agriculture, Research Unit @TheJornada

5:45pm
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6:00pm
Break
6:00pm
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8:00pm
Poster Session
 

200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Exploring food system transformations in rapidly growing African cities

Lisa-Marie Hemerijckx, Anton Van Rompaey, Constanza Parra

KU Leuven, Belgium




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Impacts of the Renewable Fuel Standard on America’s land and water resources -- Linking policy, economics, and environmental models with observations of land use change

Tyler J Lark1, Nathan Hendricks2, Nicholas Pates2, Aaron Smith3, Eric Booth1, Chris Kucharik1, Matthew Bougie1, Seth Spawn1, Yanhua Xie1, Holly K Gibbs1

1: University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America; 2: Kansas State University; 3: University of California-Davis




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the Australian red meat industry

Dianne Mayberry1, Harriet Bartlett1,2, Jonathan Moss3, Stephen Wiedemann4, Thomas Davison3, Mario Herrero1

1: CSIRO Agriculture & Food, Australia; 2: University of Cambridge, Departments of Zoology and Veterinary Medicine; 3: University of New England; 4: Integrity Ag & Environment




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Protected area leakage in tropical forests

Scott Alan Ford

University of Copenhagen, Denmark




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Trees outside forests: using remote sensing to understand ecological and social landscape change in Africa

Samuel Harrison

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

A homogeneous database at mediterranean basin scale and a machine Learning analysis to understand the potential representativeness of variables

Michel Mouléry1, Claude Napoléone1,2, Davide Martinetti2, Esther Sanz Sanz1,2

1: INRA Ecodeveloppement, Avignon, France; 2: INRA BIOSP - biostatistique et processus spatiaux, Avignon, France




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Observing shifts in telecouplings driven by dietary patterns in developed countries.

Perrine Laroche1, Catharina Schulp1, Thomas Kastner2, Peter Verburg1, Finn Mempel3

1: Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 2: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre; 3: Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals, UAB, Barcelona, Spain




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Environmental law-enforcement increases cattle productivity in the Western Brazilian Amazon but bears the risk of a social divide

Johannes Schielein1, Jan Börner2, Judson Ferreira Valentim3

1: Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung, Germany; 2: Institute for Food and Resource Economics, University of Bonn, Germany; 3: Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária (Embrapa), Brazil




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Evaluation of public and private agriculture research and development expenditure and associated crop yield trends

Gurneet Kaur Braich, Navin Ramankutty

University of British Columbia, Canada




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Desertification process and its future scenario simulation of Hami basin in Xinjiang in the past 50 years

Zanxu Chen, Shaoliang Zhang, Huping Hou, Yongjun Yang

School of Environment Science and Spatial Informatics, China University of Mining and Technology, People's Republic of China




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Using user generated data and interviews to analyze the use of urban green space by people in different cultures.

Mahsa Bazrafshan, Felix Kienast

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL.




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Can multifunctional landscapes become effective conservation strategies? Challenges and opportunities from a Mexican case study

Julia Ros-Cuellar1, Luciana Porter-Bolland2, Martha Bonilla-Moheno3

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: Instituto de Ecologia, A.C., Mexico; 3: Instituto de Ecologia, A.C., Mexico




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Copernicus Dynamic Global Land Cover layer at 100m resolution with 20m hotspots

Ruben Van De Kerchove1, Marcel Buchhorn1, Martin Herold2, Nandin Tsendbazar2, Dainius Masiliunas2, Jan Verbesselt2, Steffen Fritz3, Myroslava Lesiv3, Bruno Smets1

1: VITO, Belgium; 2: University of Wageningen, the Netherlands; 3: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Governance induces telecoupling: The case of the Belt and Road Initiative

Johanna Coenen, Jens Newig

Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

The influence of vegetation on the use of ecosystem services in urban green infrastructure – Examples from Leipzig, Germany

Julia Palliwoda, Wilhelmine Krieger, Joerg Priess

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Defining agricultural landscape typologies using natural and social factors in northern mid-latitude catchments

Bano Mehdi, Veronika Gaube

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




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Transformative potential of strategic spatial planning – the case of Zurich, Switzerland

Franziska Birgit Schmid

Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Analysis of Brazilian land use and cover data availability through the Federal Government Spatial Data Infrastructure (INDE)

Andre Augusto Gavlak1, Talita Oliveira Assis2

1: Sao Paulo University, Brazil (USP); 2: Brazilian National Institute for Space Research, Brazil (INPE)




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Linking land use and cultural dynamics related to pastoralism in Borana rangeland Southern Ethiopia

Michael Elias Mgalula

Mkwawa University College of Education - Tanzania




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Mapping pasture and rangeland degradation in the Southern Cone of South America using Landsat

Radost Stanimirova1, Jordan Graesser2, Mark A. Friedl1

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: The University of Queensland, Australia




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Spatio-temporal characteristics and assessment for resource and environment carrying capacity of tidal flats: A case study on coastal area of Jiangsu,China.

Rongjuan LIU1,2, Lijie PU1,2, Ming ZHU1

1: School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, China; 2: The Key Laboratory of the Coastal Zone Exploitation and Protection, Ministry of Land and Resources, China




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Consistency of multi-level spatial plans to support transformations of land systems. Analyzing the case of Bucharest

Simona Bacău, Anna Hersperger

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland




107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Impacts of cropland protection on trade-offs between economic benefits and ecosystem services value of land use in rapid urbanization area: A case study of Wuhan, China

Xinli Ke, Ting Zhou

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Possible use and impacts of blockchain-based land administration in China

Ying Wang

China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), China, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Hitting the ceiling: global trends in closing yield gaps

James S Gerber1, David Makowski2, Nathan Mueller3, Deepak K Ray1, Ethan Butler1, Lindsey Sloat1, Leah Samberg1, Justin Johnson1, Stefan Siebert4, Paul C West1

1: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2: INRA, Paris, France; 3: UC Irvine, Irvine, CA; 4: University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Improving the Ocean Health Index to assess the coastal zone sustainable development in province level: A case study of Jiangsu, China

Boying Kan, Lijie Pu, Ming Zhu, Yanfei Tan

Nanjing University, China, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Post-glacial landscapes and land-use adaptations in the high mountains of Peru

Kenneth R. Young, Molly H. Polk, Sisimac Duchicela

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Optimizing land resource allocation based on spatial heterogeneity of ecosystem services and land use efficiency — a case study in Wuhan, China

Weiwei Zheng, Xinli Ke, Bangyong Xiao

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Nigeria customary laws Versus Sustainable Development Goal 5 target 1. Institution’s Cooperative Societies, the bridge builder for land tenure security in Minna, Niger State.

Gbenga Morenikeji

Federal University of Technology Minna Nigeria, Nigeria




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Analyzing drivers of global biophysical flows in a telecoupled world using the embodied HANPP indicator

Nicolas Roux1, Perrine Laroche2, Helmut Haberl1, Karlheinz Erb1

1: BOKU University, Institute of Social Ecology, Vienna; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Maintaining soil-related agro-ecosystem functions and services: Challenges and Opportunities

Nina Hagemann1,2, Victoria Dietze2, Christian Schleyer3,4

1: International Institute Zittau / Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 2: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany; 3: Universität Kassel, Germany; 4: University of Innsbruck, Austria




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Impacts of Solar power plants on agriculture productivity in India

Ram Avtar, Sudha Suresh

Hokkaiod University, Japan




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Classification of grass tundra vegetation in the Krkonoše Mts.: applicability of remote sensing imagery with different spatial and spectral resolutions and different classification methods

Lucie Kupková, Lucie Červená, Markéta Potůčková, Markéta Roubalová, Jakub Lysák

Charles University Prague, Czech Republic




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Does semi-natural habitat amplify beneficial spider populations in a California organic vineyard?

Robert Cord Phelps, Lindsey Norgrove

Master's Division, School for Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences - HAFL, Bern University of Applied Sciences - BFH




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

An integrated method to map the interactions between human and natural environment----- a case study of Jiangsu province in China

Lin Yang1, Feixue Shen1, Chenghu Zhou1,2

1: Nanjing University, China, People's Republic of; 2: State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research,CAS, Beijing 100101,China,People's Republic of




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Ecosystem services deficits in cross-boundary landscapes: spatial mismatches between green and grey systems

Marcin Spyra1, Luis Inostroza2, Adam Hamerla3, Jan Bondaruk3

1: Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; 2: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany; 3: Central Mining Institute, Katowice, Poland




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Rapidly disappearing arable land of bangladesh

Md. Golam Mahabub Sarwar

Committed to Earth Care (CEC), Bangladesh, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Comparing the parameters of erosion gullies based on multi-source remote sensed images

Liping Chang

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




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Land-use/land-cover changes and the water-energy-food nexus in the MENA Region – a Future Earth perspective

Manfred Lange

The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

The use of two simulation models for capturing differences in future urban growth.

Marta Gallardo

University of Murcia, Spain




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Changing land management institution and its effect on the development of gully erosion in black soil area of Northeast China

Jiuchun Yang

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




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Prospects for satellite monitoring of canopy chlorophyll content

Petya Campbell1, Christopher Neigh2, Fred Huemmrich1, Jana Albrechtova3, Elizabeth Middleton2, Mumin Abdulahi1

1: University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States of America; 2: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA; 3: Charles University, Prague, Czech Republik




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Governing telecoupled food systems to overcome common vulnerabilities

Mateus Batistella, Ramon Felipe Bicudo da Silva, Luiz Martinelli, Emilio Moran, James Millington

Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Brazil




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Impacts of agricultural systems dynamics on Mediterranean biodiversity: a large scale spatial analysis approach

Johanna FUSCO1, Marta DEBOLINI2, Alberte BONDEAU1

1: Institut Méditerranéen de Biodiversité et d’Ecologie marine et continentale (IMBE), Aix-en-Provence, France; 2: INRA – UMR EMMAH, Avignon, France




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Inventorying population pressures across Sub-Saharan Africa

Cascade Tuholske, Kelly Caylor

University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Increasing human-wildlife conflicts and agricultural land abandonment in Himalaya: patterns, drivers, and consequences

Prakash Tiwari1, Bhagwati Joshi2

1: Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India; 2: Government Post Graduate College, Rudrapur, India




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Topological analysis and land-use changes under conflict: The transformation of Dobrinja in Sarajevo

Inés Aquilué

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Impact of the expansion of Anacardium occidentalae L. on the savanna landscapes and its implications on the reforestation policy in Côte d’Ivoire

Moussa KONE

Université Félix Houphoüet-Boigny, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Implications of expanding agricultural frontiers for land tenure and use: the case of San Ignacio de Velasco, eastern Bolivian lowlands

Anne Cristina de la Vega-Leinert

Greifswald University, Germany




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Land use change in conflict-affected highlands of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan

Khurram Iqbal, Babar Shahbaz

University of Agriculture Faisalabad Pakistan, Pakistan




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Potentials of serious games in addressing land conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa

ALIYU BARAU

Bayero University Kano, Nigeria, Nigeria




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Changes in agricultural land use and land cover in the Ganges Basin 2000-2015: A socioeconomic-ecological analysis

Liping Di1, Junmei Tang1, Ziqi Yu1, Man Li2, Wei Zhang2, Ze Guo2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Farmland abandonment and land consolidation in China: contradictions and Countermeasures

Huping Hou, Shaoliang Zhang, Fan Wang

China University of Mining and Technology, China, People's Republic of




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Reconciling forestry and agricultural systems for food security in Nigeria

Kashimana Amanda Ivo

Universität Hamburg, Germany




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Land systems, biodiversity and its conservation changes: a case study from the Bieszczady Mountains

Katarzyna Anna Ostapowicz, Katarzyna Staszyńska

Jagiellonian University, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Poland




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Land use for Brazil 2050: regional scenarios of land use change and mitigation of climate change

Francisco Gilney Silva Bezerra, Ana Paula Dutra de Aguiar, Celso von Randow

Brazilian National Institute for Space Research - INPE, Brazil




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Potentiality of agroforestry as a multifunctional landscape management in the north-western char land of Bangladesh for food security and eco-friendly agro-ecological farming system

Md Shafiqul Bari1, Rebeka Sultana2

1: Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur, Bangladesh; 2: Rural Development Academy, Bogra, Bangladesh




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

The impacts of landscape fragmentation and farming methods on arthropod diversity in rural area

Chun-Chia Liu, Wan-Yu Lien, Yu-Pin Lin

National Taiwan University, Taiwan




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

The study on the carbon emission effect of land use conversion during urbanization in Shandong province

qiuxian wang

Ludong University, China, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

The water-energy-food nexus in the context of groundwater irrigation in Bangladesh during 1985-2010: progress and prospects for food security in Bangladesh

IFFAT ARA1,2

1: University of Tasmania, Australia; 2: Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Landscape approach in the management of threatened territories in the Mediterranean Ecoregion of Chile: GEF Sustainable Mediterranean Communities Project

Loreto Alejandra Álvarez Amado, Claudia Elena Cossio Traverso, Kairusam Vanessa Rodríguez González

GEF Sustainable Mediterranean Communities Project. Ministry of the Environment, Chile and United Nations Development Programmer




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

A comparative study of city-size distribution among urban agglomerations between China and USA: A perspective based on the fine-scale built-up land

Qingxu Huang, Shuangshuma Yang, Chunyang He, Siyuan Gou

Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Current situation and technology development of rice friendly farming in Miaoli area of Taiwan

Su-Jein Chang

Maioli District Agricultural Research and Extension Station, COA, Taiwan, ROC, Taiwan




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Ecological value assessment of lake view in urban residential area based on Hedonic Pricing Model

Rongxuan Yang

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Using digital nature representations to mitigate potential large scale negative social effects of nature exposure deprivation and for ecosystem service valuation

Joy Petway

National Taiwan University, Taiwan




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

Land reclamation in the coastal area and its impacts on transforming the social-ecological system in the Shanghai coast of China

Ruishan Chen

East China Normal University, China




200P WHAT DO PEOPLE WANT FROM LAND? (POSTER)

Integrated resource management in Himalaya for water, food and energy security in up-stream and down-stream of South Asia under climate change

Bhagwati Joshi1, Prakash Tiwari2

1: Government Post Graduate College, Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India; 2: Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand India




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Land use policy for sustainable development in India: Issues, challenges and prospects

Hari Charan Behera, Ajit Kumar Behura

INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE KOLKATA (GIRIDIH BRANCH), India




100P WHAT ARE THE VISIONS FOR THE PLANETARY LAND SYSTEM? (POSTER)

Modeling the spatial structure of all human settlements on Earth

Emanuele Strano1, Marco De Nadai2, Filippo Simini3, Thomas Esch4, Mattia Marconcini4

1: MindEarth, Switzerland; 2: Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science, University of Trento, Trento, Italy; 3: Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK; 4: German Aerospace Center (DLR), 82234 Wessling, Germany




300P HOW DO WE SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION? (POSTER)

The rise of jurisdictional approaches to sustainable land use

Marius von Essen, Eric F Lambin

Stanford University, United States of America


 
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