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Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
Plenary Keynotes 2
Location: Aula

VIDEO - Eric Dinerstein

VIDEO - Shuaib Lwasa

VIDEO - Roundtable

10:00am
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10:45am
Break
10:45am
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12:15pm
107RA: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
Chair: Julia Pongratz
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Trends in fertilizer use efficiency of the world’s biggest crop producers

Richard Fuchs1, Heera Lee1, Navin Ramankutty2, Bumsuk Seo1, Verena Seufert1, Karina Winkler1, Mark Rounsevell1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Britsh Columbia, Canada



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

Pinning down uncertainties in global CO2 emissions from land use change

Julia Pongratz1,2, Ana Bastos1, Julia Nabel2

1: University of Munich, Germany; 2: Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany



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

Is the dampening effect of forests on diurnal temperature variations caused by biomass heat storage?

Ronny Meier1, Edouard L. Davin1, David Lawrence2, Sean Swenson2

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)



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

Land use and land cover distribution is a primary determinant of global carbon cycle projections and regional temperature projections

Alan Vincent Di Vittorio1, Xiaoying Shi2, Ben Bond-Lamberty3, Kate Calvin3, Andrew Jones1

1: Berkeley Lab, United States of America; 2: Climate Change Science Institute, Oak Ridge National Lab; 3: Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Lab



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

Combatting climate change through land conversion: Carbon benefits from bioenergy plantations vs. natural succession

Kalt Gerald, Lauk Christian, Haberl Helmut, Mayer Andreas, Theurl Michaela C., Erb Karl-Heinz

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

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

Identifying links to illicit economies requires looking beyond the usual suspects

Liliana M Davalos1, Dolors Armenteras2, Jennifer Holmes3

1: Stony Brook University, United States of America; 2: Universidad Nacional, Colombia; 3: University of Texas, Dallas



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

The structure, operation, and harmful consequences of illicit sand mining in India

Aunshul Rege

Temple University, United States of America



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

Can Nigeria achieve development through informal land market?

Olubunmi Olanike Alawode1, Oluwatosin Adejoke Adewusi1, Adebayo Ogunniyi2

1: University of Ibadan, Nigeria; 2: International Food Policy Research Institute, Abuja, Nigeria.



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

Involving forest-fringe communities in controlling illegal logging: Insights from focus group research in five forest districts, Ghana

Lawrence Damnyag1, Benjamin, K. Bani2

1: CSIR-Forestry Research Institute of Ghana/CCST College of Science and Technology, Ghana; 2: Department of Silviculture and Forest Management, KNUST, University Post, Kumasi, Ghana



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

Collateral Damage – Impacts of LUC/LCC on the social cohesion of local lifeworlds in Amazonia

Regine Schönenberg

Free University Berlin, Germany

112RB: Sustainability impacts of large scale investments
Location: MB-114
Chair: Ward Anseeuw
Chair: Wegayehu Fitawek
Chair: Markus Giger
Chair: Christoph Oberlack
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
Chair: Ariane de Bremond
 
Full talk
207R New actors, global narratives, and renewed goals shaping farmland investment decisions

Meso-level spatio-statistical analysis on the nature, trends, and contexts of large-scale land acquisitions for agricultural production in Laos

Vong Nanhthavong, Michael Epprecht, Micah Ingalls, Cornelia Hett

Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Doomed to fail? Why some land-based investment projects fail and others succeed

Kerstin Nolte

Leibniz University Hannover, Germany



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Estimating forest carbon emission caused by economic land concession in Cambodia

Quy Van Khuc1, Ariane de Bremond2, Evan Ellicott3, Nicholas Magliocca1

1: Department of Geography, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; 2: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) and Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; 3: Geographical Sciences Department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Agricultural intensification and large-scale land transactions in Ethiopia

Carly Muir, Jane Southworth, Reza Khatami

University of Florida, United States of America



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Impacts of large-scale land acquisitions in the context of sustainable development: A comparative study of Ethiopia and Tanzania

Audrey Culver Smith, Reza Khatami

University of Florida, United States of America



Full talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Agricultural transitions: direct and indirect land-use change pathways of large-scale land acquisitions in Tanzania

Jonathan Sullivan

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI, United States of America



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Earth observations for detecting and characterizing Large Scale Land Acquisitions (LSLAs)

Evan Ellicott1, Kaspar Hurni2, Ariane de Bremond1,2,3, Nicholas Magliocca4

1: University of Maryland, United States of America; 2: University of Bern, Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland; 3: Global Land Programme, International Programme Office, Switzerland; 4: University of Alabama, United States of America

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

Assessing food sufficiency of city-regions. A multi-level methodology to highlight interactions between Mediterranean land systems and local food systems

Esther Sanz Sanz

INRA, France



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

Links between urbanization and agricultural land-use intensity across the Global South

Fanny Boudet1, Graham MacDonald1, Brian Robinson1, Leah Samberg2

1: Department of Geography, McGill University, Canada; 2: Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota & Rainforest Alliance, Missoula, USA



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

Future urban land expansion and implications for global croplands

Christopher Bren d'Amour1,2,3, Femke Reitsma4, Giovanni Baiocchi5, Stephan Barthel6,7, Burak Güneralp8, Karl-Heinz Erb9, Helmut Haberl9, Felix Creutzig1,2, Karen Seto3

1: Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change MCC; 2: Technische Universitaet Berlin; 3: Yale University; 4: Canterbury University; 5: University of Maryland; 6: University of Gävle; 7: Stockholm University; 8: Texas A&M University; 9: Institute of Social Ecology Vienna



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

Beyond urban-rural dichotomies: Measuring urbanisation degrees in central European landscapes using the technomass as an explicit indicator

Luis Inostroza1, Zoé Hamstead2, Marcin Spyra3, Salman Qureshi4

1: Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; 2: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, State University of New York; 3: Department of Sustainable Landscape Development, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; 4: Department of Geography, Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany



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

Using medium and small towns to strengthen urban-rural linkages in Nigeria

Geoffrey Nwaka

Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria, Nigeria



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

Land change dynamics: insights from intensity analysis applied to an african emerging city

Felicia O. Akinyemi1, Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr2, Ademola K. Braimoh3

1: Botswana International University of Science and Technology, Botswana; 2: School of Geography, Clark University, Worcester MA, USA; 3: World Bank, Washington DC, USA



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

Peri-urban dynamics in India: a synergistic approach to estimate the Ratio of Land Consumption Rate to Population Growth Rate (SDG:11.3.1) at village level using census and satellite data

Ankit Kumar Sikarwar

International Institute for Population Sciences, India

205R: Sustainable rainforest communities: Supply chains, trade-offs and emerging technologies
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Izabela Delabre
Chair: Pedram Rowhani
 
Full talk
205R Sustainable rainforest communities: Supply chains, trade-offs and emerging technologies

Beyond oil palm: Perceptions of local communities of environmental change

Nur Hasanah1, Anne Dray2, John Garcia1, Heru Komaruddin3, Claude Garcia2, Jaboury Ghazoul1

1: Ecosystem Management, ETH Zurich; 2: Forest Development (ForDev), ETH Zurich; 3: CIFOR Bogor Indonesia



Full talk
205R Sustainable rainforest communities: Supply chains, trade-offs and emerging technologies

Supply chain management and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: opportunities and challenges for rainforest conservation at local and global scales

Anthony Alexander, Izabela Delabre, Pedram Rowhani

University of Sussex, United Kingdom



Full talk
205R Sustainable rainforest communities: Supply chains, trade-offs and emerging technologies

Developing appropriate data collection and visualisation tools for forest communities

Mordechai Haklay, Jerome Lewis, Simon Hoyte, Michalis Vitos, Artemis Skarlatidou, Julia Altenbuchner, Marcos Moreu Badia, Dan Artus

Extreme Citizen Science group, UCL, United Kingdom



Full talk
205R Sustainable rainforest communities: Supply chains, trade-offs and emerging technologies

Non Timber Forest Products in the Brazilian Amazon: The role of socio biodiversity chains

Sónia Maria Carvalho Ribeiro, Britaldo Soares Filho

UFMG, Brazil

206R: Relevance of long-term land-use change for sustainable land management
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Simone Gingrich
Chair: Matthias Bürgi
 
Full talk
206R Relevance of long-term land-use change for sustainable land management

Unlocking the potential of Cold War Spy Satellite data for land change assessments

Catalina Munteanu1,2, Mihai Daniel Nita2, Volker Radeloff3, Garik Gutman4, Tobias Kuemmerle1

1: Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; 2: Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania; 3: University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA; 4: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, USA



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

Long-term impacts of land use changes on the carbon footprint and nitrogen balance of coffee production in Costa Rica, 1838-2014

Eduardo Aguilera1, Juan Infante-Amate2, Wilson Picado3

1: ETSI Agronomos, Technical University of Madrid, Spain; 2: Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain; 3: Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica



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

Which processes enabled the Austrian forest transition? Re-evaluating the climate change mitigation effect of long-term reforestation

Simone Gingrich, Christian Lauk

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria



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

Drivers of the mid-19th and 21st century Wildland-Urban Interface in the Polish Carpathians

Dominik Kaim, Marcin Szwagrzyk, Krzysztof Ostafin

Jagiellonian University, Poland



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

400 years of land use path-dependence in temperate Russia

Victor Matasov, Oleg Zheleznyy, Dmitry Khitrov

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation



Flash talk
106R Land systems for conservation science

Beyond deforestation: Land cover transitions in Mexico

Martha Bonilla-Moheno1, T. Mitchell Aide2

1: Red de Ambiente y Sustentabilidad. Instituto de Ecologia, A.C.,Mexico; 2: Department of Biology. University of Puerto Rico. San Juan, Puerto Rico

214R: Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land
Location: MB-101
Chair: Carla Inguaggiato
Chair: Walter Fernando Mioni
Chair: Maurice Tschopp
 
Full talk
214R Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land?

Can small-scale alternative initiatives on land use withstand the power and impulses of large-scale extractive industries?

Heike Schaumberg, Nick Bardsley

University of Reading, United Kingdom



Full talk
214R Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land?

The land is yours? Tenancy situation and Argentinean forest law implementation: longitudinal study of the selection of beneficiaries in Salta province

Laura Fernanda Romero

Universidad Nacional de Salta, Argentine Republic



Full talk
214R Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land?

Environmental policy in the great American Chaco: innovation in sustainable management of forests, utopia or real rapprochement among production and conservation?

Walter Fernando Mioni

INTA, Argentine Republic



Flash talk
214R Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land?

Yellow ambiguities: challenges in the implementation of Salta’s forest law torn between production and conservation

Carla Inguaggiato1, Dimitris Christopoulos2, Maurice Tschopp1, Walter Mioni3, Graziano Michele Ceddia1

1: University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: Modul University, Austria; 3: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Argentina

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

How does Collaborative Landscape Management (CLM) support transformative adaptation? – Lessons from a transdisciplinary case study in Germany

Jana Zscheischler1, Martina Schäfer2, Maria Busse1

1: Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Germany; 2: Centre for Technology and Society, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



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

Development interventions and sustainable opportunities for rural livelihood in the state of uttarakhand, india

Rakhi Parijat

Miranda House, University of Delhi, India



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

Transformative adaptation and mitigation to high-end climate change: moving towards a sustainable and resilient Europe

Paula Ann Harrison1, Katharina Hölscher2, Jill Jäger3, Niki Frantzeskaki2, Ian Holman4

1: Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, United Kingdom; 2: Dutch Research Institute For Transitions, The Netherlands; 3: Independent Scholar, Austria; 4: Cranfield University, United Kingdom



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

Transformative adaptation of nomad’s land systems in different ecological zones of Mongolia

Chuluun Togtokh1, Dennis Ojima2, Davaanyam Surenkhuu3, Altanbagana Myagmarsuren4

1: National University of Mongolia, Mongolia; 2: Colorado State University, USA; 3: Ministry of Construction and Urban Development, Mongolia; 4: Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia



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

Adaptation toward which future? A participatory process to describe what is a desirable future of a mountain social-ecological system in 2040.

Enora Bruley, Sandra Lavorel

Laboratoire d'ECologie Alpine - CNRS, France



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

Livelihood portfolios and adaptation pathways in response to global changes in the Alps: reflecting on potential pathways with stakeholders using serious games

Nicolas Salliou1, Enora Bruley2, Sandra Lavorel2, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey1

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: LECA-CNRS, France

311RA: Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics - Part A
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ignacio Gasparri
Chair: Patrick Meyfroidt
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
 
Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Pathways and spatial determinants of smallholder and large-scale agricultural expansion in the emerging frontier of Northern Mozambique

Adia Bey1, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3, Julieta Jetimane2, Sá Nogueira Lisboa2, Natasha Ribeiro2, Almeida Sitoe2

1: UCLouvain, Belgium; 2: Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique, Belgium; 3: Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Scenarios of commodity frontier expansion in the Gran Chaco and their environmental impacts

Christian Levers1,2,3, María Piquer-Rodríguez1,4, Florian Gollnow5, Matthias Baumann1, Nestor Ignacio Gasparri4, Gregorio Ignacio Gavier-Pizarro6, Yann le Polain de Waroux7, Daniel Müller8,1,9, Robert Müller10, Jose Volante6, Tobias Kuemmerle1,9

1: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 2: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany; 3: University of British Columbia, Canada; 4: Institute of Regional Ecology-CONICET, Argentina; 5: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), USA; 6: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA), Argentina; 7: McGill University, Canada; 8: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany; 9: Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys), Germany; 10: Independent researcher



Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Transformation syndromes and the decay of socio-ecological systems in commodity frontiers in the Okavango Basin

Achim Röder1, Michael Pröpper2, Manfred Finckh3, Thomas Falk4, Marion Stellmes5, Susanne Stirn3, Mike Murray-Hudson6, Alexander Gröngröft7, Rasmus Revermann3, Anne Schneibel1, Torsten Weber8, Norbert Jürgens3

1: Trier University, Dept.of Environmental Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Trier, Germany; 2: University of Hamburg, Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Hamburg, Germany; 3: University of Hamburg, Dept. of Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution of Plants, Hamburg, Germany; 4: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, India; 5: Freie Universität Berlin, Dept. of Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Berlin, Germany; 6: University of Botswana, Okavango Research Institute, Maun, Botswana; 7: University of Hamburg, Institute for Soil Science, Hamburg, Germany; 8: Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS), Hamburg, Germany



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Investigating the spatial pattern of a commodity boom through land system modelling - a case study from Laos.

Christine Ornetsmüller1,2, Jean-Christophe Castella3,4, Puwadej Thanichanon5, Guillaume Lestrelin6,7, Peter Verburg1,8

1: IVM Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam; 2: Commonland, The Netherlands; 3: CIRAD, UPR AIDA, Vientiane, Lao PDR; 4: AIDA, Univ Montpellier, CIRAD, Montpellier, France; 5: Department of Geography, Ramkhamhaeng University, 2086 Ramkhamhaeng Rd, Bangkapi 10240, Bangkok, Thailand;; 6: CIRAD, UMR TETIS, Tunis, Tunisia; 7: TETIS, Université Montpellier, AgroParisTech, CIRAD, CNRS, IRSTEA, Montpellier, France; 8: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Zürcherstrasse 111, CH-8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Pioneers, emerging land-use frontiers and economies of anticipation in northern Mozambique

Angela Kronenburg García1,2, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3

1: UCLouvain, Belgium; 2: Eduardo Mondlane University; 3: F.R.S - FNRS



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Transnational land investments and the formation of "producer cohorts" in South America’s commodity frontiers

Yann le Polain de Waroux

McGill University, Canada



Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Dynamics of crop booms and agricultural frontiers – the case of the northern Laos rubber boom

Victoria Junquera, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)

316R: High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Bronwyn Price
 
Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

Rapid assessment of grassland management intensity with high resolution satellite imagery

Robert Pazur1, Ginzler Christian1, Kolecka Natalia2, Conedera Marco1, Ecker Klaus1, Price Bronwyn1

1: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland; 2: Jagiellonian University, Kraków



Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

Forest change detection using time-series of high resolution remote sensing dataset

Yong Pang1, Chungan Li2, Shili Meng1, Shengyuan Hu1, Zengyuan Li1, Huabing Dai3

1: Chinese Academy of Forestry, China, People's Republic of; 2: Guangxi University, Nanning 530004, China; 3: Guangxi Forest Inventory and Planning Institute, Nanning 530011, China



Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

UAVs and spaceborne optical images data fusion for grassy wetlands habitats classification

Emilien Alvarez-Vanhard1, Thomas Houet1, Thomas Corpetti1, Cendrine Mony2

1: UMR 6554 CNRS LETG-Rennes, France; 2: UMR 6553 CNRS ECOBIO, France



Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

Estimation of yield, soil carbon and fertilization needs using remote sensing for understanding and improving animal production in sown biodiverse pastures in Portugal

Ricardo FM Teixeira1, Tiago G Morais1, Marjan Jongen1, Nuno R Rodrigues2, Ivo Gama2, Tiago Domingos1

1: Instituto Superior Técnico - University of Lisbon, Portugal; 2: Terraprima – Serviços Ambientais Lda



Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

Mapping land-use intensities for grasslands in Germany

Maximilian Lange, Daniel Doktor, Sebastian Preidl

Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany

12:15pm
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1:30pm
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1:30pm
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3:00pm
101RB: Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes - Part B
Location: MB-201
Chair: Ralf Seppelt
Chair: Elizabeth Law
 
Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Future sustainability of the northern Australian frontier: performance and trade-offs across multiple indicators

Brett Bryan1, Rebecca Runting2, Darran King3, Martin Nolan3, Javier Navarro3, Raymundo Marco-Martinez3, Jeff Connor4, Euan Ritchie1, Don Driscoll1, Tim Doherty1, Ian Watson3, Jonathan Rhodes2

1: Deakin University, Australia; 2: The University of Queensland; 3: CSIRO; 4: The University of South Australia



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

Effects of conventional land-use intensification on species richness and production: A global meta-analysis

Michael Beckmann1, Katharina Gerstner2, Morodoluwa Akin-Fajiye3, Silvia Ceaușu4, Stephan Kambach2, Nicole L. Kinlock3, Helen R. P. Phillips2, Willem Verhagen5, Jessica Gurevitch3, Stefan Klotz1, Tim Newbold6, Peter H. Verburg5, Marten Winter2, Ralf Seppelt1

1: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ; 2: iDiv – German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research; 3: Stony Brook University; 4: Aarhus University; 5: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 6: University College London



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

Biodiversity enrichment experiment in oil palm plantation: ecological and economic trade-offs

Delphine Clara Zemp1, Dirk Hölscher1, Bambang Irawan2, Leti Sundawati3, Meike Wollni1, Holger Kreft1

1: University of Goettingen, Germany; 2: University of Jambi, Indonesia; 3: Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia



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

A spatial prioritization approach to optimize forest conservation and recovery allocation in Southern Brazilian Amazon

Leticia de Barros Hissa, Jaime Garcia-Marquez, Tobia Lakes

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



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

Impacts of community-based conservation on elephant counts and vegetation cover in Namibia’s Zambezi Region

Maximilian Meyer1, Jan Börner1, Vladimir Wingate2

1: Institute for Food and Resource Economics (ILR), University of Bonn, Germany; 2: Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Basel, Switzerland



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

Vanilla boom in NE Madagascar: A chance for a sustainable land-use transformation?

Dominic Andreas Martin1, Kristina Osen2, Annemarie Wurz3, Fanilo Andrianisaina4, Thio Rosin Fulgence5,6, Hendrik Hänke7, Adriane März2, Johannes Osewold2, Andry Ny Aina Rakotomalala8, Estelle Raveloratiaina9, Marie Rolande Soazafy10,6, Jan Barkmann7,11, Ingo Grass3, Dirk Hölscher2, Teja Tscharntke3, Holger Kreft1

1: Biodiversity, Macroecology and Biogeography, University of Goettingen; 2: Tropical Silviculture and Forest Ecology, University of Goettingen; 3: Agroecology, University of Goettingen; 4: Agriculture, Animal husbandry, Environment, University of Antananarivo; 5: Zoology and Animal Biodiversity, University of Antananarivo; 6: Natural and Environmental Sciences, Regional University Centre of the SAVA Region (CURSA); 7: Environmental- and Resource Economics, University of Goettingen; 8: Entomology, University of Antananarivo; 9: Plant Biology and Ecology, University of Antananarivo; 10: Natural Ecosystems, University of Mahajanga; 11: Risk and Sustainability Sciences, Hochschule Darmstadt - University of Applied Sciences

107RB: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part B, including historical analyses
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

An historical data-driven reconstruction of land use change-induced impacts on temperature

Edouard Davin

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



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

Multiple cropping systems of the world and the potential for increasing cropping intensity

Katharina Waha1, Jan Philipp Dietrich2, Felix T. Portmann3, Stefan Siebert4,5, Philip K. Thornton6,7, Alberte Bondeau8, Mario Herrero1

1: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia; 2: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; 3: Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; 4: University of Göttingen, Germany; 5: University of Bonn, Germany; 6: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Kenya; 7: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Kenya; 8: Institut Mediterraneen de Biodiversite et d’Ecologie marine et continentale (IMBE), France



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

Towards a data-driven reconstruction of land use change and its linkage with land management at the global scale

Karina Winkler1,2, Richard Fuchs1, Mark Rounsevell1,3, Martin Herold2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; 2: Wageningen University & Research (WUR), The Netherlands; 3: University of Edinburgh, UK



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

Quantifying and analysing global spatio-temporal patterns of land-use change: the role of natural vs. anthropogenic changes for the Human Appropriation of Net Priamary Production

Sarah Matej1, Thomas Kastner2, Maria Niedertscheider1, Matthew Forrest2, Thomas Hickler2, Jörg Steinkamp3, Christian Lauk1, Christoph Plutzar1, Simone Gingrich1, Helmut Haberl1, Fridolin Krausmann1, Karlheinz Erb1

1: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; 2: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (SBiK-F); 3: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz



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

Coupling a vegetation model and a land use model to estimate future impacts of land use and management adaptation on ecosystem service indicators

Sam S. Rabin1, Peter Alexander2, Roslyn Henry2, Peter Anthoni1, Thomas Pugh3, Mark Rounsevell1, Almut Arneth1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research / Atmospheric Environmental Research; Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; 2: School of Geosciences; University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9XP, United Kingdom; 3: School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences and Birmingham Institute of Forest Research; University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom

204R: Opportunities of farm and landscape level models in land use science for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessment
Location: UniS-A -126
Chair: Veronika Gaube
Chair: Martin Schönhart
 
Full talk
204R Opportunities of farm and landscape level models in land use science for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessment

Integrated modelling frameworks as means for assessing ecosystem services and biodiversity at landscape level

Martin Schönhart, Erwin Schmid

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria



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

Sheep, frogs and cows: Modelling spatially-explicit land use and ecosystem impacts under climate change in the French Pyrenees

Andreas Mayer1, Claudine Egger1, Veronika Gaube1, Christoph Plutzar1, Dirk Schmeller2, Adeline Louyau2

1: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Boku Vienna, Austria; 2: Ecolab Toulouse



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

Participatory modelling with farmers, exploring the what, how and why of land-use change.

Swen Petrus Maria Bos1, Tina Cornioley1, Claude Garcia1,2

1: ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2: Cirad Montpelier, France



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

Effects of intercommunity partnership on direct payment for mountain agriculture in Japan: A case study using agent-based modeling

Kikuko Shoyama

United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, Japan



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

Ecosystem service variations in response to paddy expansion in the Sanjiang Plain, Northeast China

Fengqin Yan1,2, Shuwen Zhang1

1: Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of; 2: Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences



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

Integrated modelling of crop rotation regulations to control Western Corn Rootworm under climate change

Katharina Falkner1, Hermine Mitter1, Elena Moltchanova2, Erwin Schmid1

1: University of Natural Resources Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Canterbury, New Zealand

303R: Urban land-system synergies and governance using remote sensing, modelling and big data analysis
Location: MB-114
Chair: Dengsheng Lu
Chair: Jinwei Dong
Chair: Qingxu Huang
Chair: Jian Peng
Chair: Rafiq Hamdi
Chair: Wenhui Kuang
 
Full talk
303R Urban land-system synergies and governance using remote sensing, modeling and big data analysis

Urban-rural linkages and urban food security in sub-saharan africa

Tom Evans1, Zack Guido1, Andrew Zimmer1, Megan Konar2, Kurt Waldman3, Jordan Blekking3, Kelly Caylor4, Kathy Baylis2, Lyndon Estes5

1: University of Arizona, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois; 3: Indiana University; 4: University of California Santa Barbara; 5: Clark University



Full talk
303R Urban land-system synergies and governance using remote sensing, modeling and big data analysis

High resolution mapping of gridded CO2 emissions to population distribution for Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos

Andrea Gaughan1, Alessandro Sorichetta2, Forrest Stevens1, Laura Krauser1, Tomohiro Oda4, Greg Yetman3, Rostyslav Bun5, Son Nghiem6

1: University of Louisville, United States of America; 2: WorldPop, University of Southampton; 3: CIESIN, Columbia University, USA; 4: NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, USA; 5: Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine; 6: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology



Full talk
303R Urban land-system synergies and governance using remote sensing, modeling and big data analysis

Detection of the urban sprawl and social segregation, in Africa's diplomatic capital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Amanuel Tadesse Weldegebriel1,2, Engdawork Assefa Tilahun2, Anton Van Rompaey1

1: KU Leuven university, Belgium; 2: Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia



Flash talk
303R Urban land-system synergies and governance using remote sensing, modeling and big data analysis

Examining spatial patterns and driving forces of impervious surface expansion in China with multi-sensor remotely sensed and ancillary data

Dengsheng Lu1,2, Guiying Li2, Longwei Li3, Wei Guo2, Wenhui Kuang4

1: Michigan State Univeristy, United States of America; 2: Fujian Normal University; 3: Zhejiang A&F University; 4: Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research



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

Landuse change implications on land surface temperature in the tropical cities: An Assessment of urban-rural gradient

Sina Ayanlade

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, Nigeria

306R: Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: James David Anthony Millington
Chair: Ramon Felipe Bicudo da Silva
Chair: Mateus Batistella
 
Full talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

Understanding and simulating telecoupled land systems—using international soybean trade as an example

Yue Dou1, Guolin Yao2, Ramon Silva3, Paul McCord1, Mateus Batistella3,4, Emilio Moran1,5, Jianguo 'Jack' Liu1

1: Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, Michigan State University, USA; 2: Appalachian Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA; 3: Center for Environmental Studies and Research, State University of Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil; 4: Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Brazil; 5: Center for Global Change and Earth Observations, Michigan State University, USA



Full talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

Flow-based governance of telecoupled land systems

Darla Karin Munroe

Ohio State University, United States of America



Full talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

A new model of spillover and cascading effects in the global telecoupling of biodiversity in food and agriculture systems

Karl Zimmerer

Department of Geography, Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education, Ecology Program, GeoSyntheSES Lab, Pennsylvania State University, United States of America, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain



Full talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

Environmental vs. economic claims on land in telecoupled systems: How distant actors increase local land competition in north-eastern Madagascar.

Onintsoa Ravaka Andriamihaja1,2, Florence Metz3,4, Julie G. Zaehringer1,2, Manuel Fischer3,4, Peter Messerli1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Switzerland; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: Institute of Political Science, University of Bern, Switzerland; 4: EAWAG, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science & Technology, Switzerland



Full talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

Local land-use decision-making addressing emerging global demands: lifestyle and environmental appreciation

Ziga Malek1, Peter Verburg1,2

1: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 2: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL)



Flash talk
306R Emergent effects in telecoupled systems: challenges and lessons for governing local land-use in a globally connected world

Increasing global phosphorus and potassium depletion behind soybean trade from Brazil to China

Junjie Yi1,2, Sanderine Nonhebel1, Weifeng Zhang2

1: Centre for Energy and Environmental Sciences, Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen, University of Groningen, Netherlands; 2: Key Laboratory of Plant Nutrition, MOA, College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University, China

307R: Large-scale behavioural models of land use change
Location: MB-205
Chair: Mark Rounsevell
Chair: Peter Verburg
Chair: Calum Brown
 
Full talk
307R Large-scale behavioural models of land use change

From case-studies to global land use decision mapping for modelling

Peter Verburg, Ziga Malek

VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



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

National to continental-scale agent-based modelling of land use change

Calum Brown, Bumsuk Seo, Mark Rounsevell

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



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

Upscaling human behavior representation in models for large geographical regions

Tatiana Filatova1, Leila Niamir1, Olga Ivanova2

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



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

Modelling food security: bridging the gap between the micro and the macro scale

Birgit Müller1, Falk Hoffmann1, Thomas Heckelei2, Christoph Müller3, Thomas W. Hertel4, J. Gary Polhill5, Mark van Wijk6, Thom Achterbosch7, Peter Alexander8, Calum Brown9, Jiaqi Ge5, James Millington10, Ralf Seppelt1, Peter H. Verburg11, Heidi Webber2,12

1: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig, Germany; 2: University of Bonn, Germany; 3: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Member of the Leibniz Association, Germany; 4: Purdue University, US; 5: The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK; 6: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Kenya; 7: Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands; 8: University of Edinburgh, UK; 9: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; 10: King's College London, UK; 11: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 12: Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Müncheberg, Germany



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

Exploring scenarios affecting international food and nutrition security with an agent-based model of global trade

Gary Polhill1, Jiaqi Ge1, Nuala Fitton2, Jennie Macdiarmid3, Robin Matthews1, Terry Dawson5, Heather Clark3, Stephen Whybrow3, Mukta Aphale4, Pete Smith2

1: The James Hutton Institute, United Kingdom; 2: University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom; 3: Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom; 4: Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom; 5: Kings College London, United Kingdom

311RB: Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics - Part B
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ignacio Gasparri
Chair: Patrick Meyfroidt
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
 
Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Divergences of land systems in South America’s primary soybean regions

María Piquer-Rodríguez1, Ignacio Gasparri1, Thomas Mitchell Aide2, Jordan Graesser3, Ricardo H. Grau1

1: National University of Tucuman, IER-CONICET, Argentine Republic; 2: University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; 3: The University of Queensland, Australia



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

The role of soy expansion in driving Brazilian deforestation: prospects for effective supply chain governance

Javier Godar1, Ben Ayre2, Mairon G. Bastos5, Toby A. Gardner1, Michael Lathuillière1, Pernilla Löfgren1, Jorge E. Tizado4, Erasmus zu Ermgassen3

1: SEI, Sweden; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: Louvain University, Belgium; 4: University of León, Spain; 5: Chalmers University, Sweden



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Stickiness in global commodity trade: How to measure persistence and why it matters?

Tiago Reis1, Patrick Meyfroidt1, Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Javier Godard2,3, Toby Gardner2,3, Chris West2,4

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden; 3: Trase Initiative; 4: The University of York



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

High-resolution mapping of cattle supply chains: quantifying the role of distal and domestic markets in land use change in Brazil

Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Javier Godar2, Patrick Meyfroidt1, Michael Lathuillière2, Ben Ayre3, Clement Suavet2, Andre Vasconcelos3, Arnaldo Carneiro3, Toby Gardner2

1: Université Catholique de Louvain; 2: Trase; 3: Global Canopy



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Impacts of the Amazon soy moratorium

Robert Heilmayr, Lisa Rausch, Jacob Munger, Holly Gibbs

University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Monitoring zero-deforestation commitments at scale using high-resolution supply chain data

Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Ben Ayre2, Jonathan Green3, Toby Gardner3, Mairon Bastos Lima4, Javier Godar3, Michael Lathuillière3

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: SEI, Sweden; 4: Chalmers University, Sweden



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Commodity crops and frontier agricultural dynamics in central South America

Jordan Graesser1,2, Radost Stanimirova2, Mark Friedl2

1: University of Queensland; 2: Boston University

317R: The role of digitalization in land transformation
Location: MB-120
Chair: Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
Chair: Peter Messerli
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
 
Full talk
216R Equity and justice in telecoupled land systems: evaluative and transformative perspectives

The role of blockchain technology for land use rights

Desiree Christina Daniel1, Chinwe Ifejika Speranza2

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



Full talk
317R The role of digitalization in land transformation

Blockchain in conservation and agricultural supply chains

Owen G. Cortner, Rachael D. Garrett, Christoph Nolte

Boston University, United States of America



Full talk
317R The role of digitalization in land transformation

Is blockchain a game-changer for Land Administration?

Aanchal Anand

World Bank, United States of America



Full talk
317R The role of digitalization in land transformation

Smart agricultural policy: How digitalization transforms land-use

Melf-Hinrich Ehlers, Robert Huber, Robert Finger

Agricultural Economics and Policy Group, ETH Zürich, Switzerland



Flash talk
317R The role of digitalization in land transformation

Evaluating the potential of machine learning algorithms to develop a landscape typology

Bettina Weibel, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

ETH Zürich, Switzerland



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

Big Earth Data enabling baseline data collection in support of SDG indicators: the experience of TERN Landscapes of Australia

Graciela Isabelle Metternicht1,5, Matt Paget2,5, Alex Held3,5, Richard Lucas4,5, Mike Grundy2,5

1: The University of New South Wales, Australia; 2: CSIRO Land and Water, Canberra, Australia; 3: CSIRO Centre for Earth Observation, Canberra Australia; 4: Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK; 5: TERN Landscapes

324R: Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Teiji Watanabe
Chair: Ram Avtar
Chair: Yu-Pin Lin
Chair: Li-Pei Peng
 
Flash talk
333R Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches

Mapping ecological land and its linkage to desertification

Hongqi Zhang

Institute of Geographic Sciences & Natural Resources Research, China, People's Republic of



Flash talk
324R Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning

Monitoring impacts of spatiotemporal urban expansion on agricultural land: A case study in Delhi

Ram Avtar

Hokkaiod University, Japan



Flash talk
324R Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning

Effects of landscape socialization on identifying social values of ecosystem services in the case of North Coast area, Taiwan

Li-Pei Peng, Hao-Yu Yang, Shi-Yin Chen

National Taiwan University, Taiwan



Full talk
324R Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning

Comparative assessment of 154 restoration projects in Latin America and the Caribbean and their potential environmental impact

Johanna Erika Romijn1, Ruben Coppus2, Martin Herold1, Veronique de Sy1, Louis Verchot2

1: Wageningen University & Research (WUR); 2: International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)



Full talk
324R Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning

Ecological restoration planning aided by spatial tools of GNSS, GIS and RS: a case study in China

Shaoliang Zhang, Huping Hou, Yongjun Yang, Shi An

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



Flash talk
324R Geospatial technology for land restoration and planning

Land suitability analysis using spatial multi-criteria evaluation and AHP methods for paddy rice field allocation planning in Taiwan

Yung-Chieh Wang, Yu-Hsin Lu

National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan



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

Ecological cost of the implementation of strict cropland protection policy: a case study of Hubei, China

Qiushi Zhou, Xinli Ke

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of

 
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102R: The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems
Location: UniS-A 022
Chair: Matthias Baumann
Chair: Andreas Foroe Tollefsen
 
Full talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Understanding the effects of armed conflict on tropical forest loss

Matthias Baumann1, Jonas Peters2, Rune Christiansen2, Van Butsic3, Tobias Kuemmerle1,4

1: Geography Department, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; 2: Dep. of Mathematical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 3: Dep. of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California at Berkeley; 4: Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys), Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany



Full talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Impacts of violence on land use in Latin America: the good, the bad and the ugly.

T. Mitchell Aide

University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico (U.S.)



Flash talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Land Degradation and organized violence: Exploring the potential of remote sensing in environment-conflict studies

Andreas Foroe Tollefsen

Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway



Flash talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

The effects of conflict and forest fire on people and land: a case study from Dersim, Turkey

Pinar Dinc, Aiman Shahpurwala, Lina Eklund

Lund University, Sweden



Full talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Projecting the future of Colombian species under three scenarios of forest cover change: the role of the armed conflict in deforestation

Isabel Rosa1, Edwin Peña2, Elkin Urbano2, Ivan Gonzalez2, José Ochoa-Quintero2

1: Bangor University, United Kingdom; 2: Humboldt Research Institute, Bogotá, Colombia



Full talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Does it really contribute to peace- and state-building? Land governance and land use changes in war and post-war southern Myanmar

Lara Maria Lundsgaard-Hansen1,2, Nwe Nwe Tun3, Glenn Hunt1, Joan Bastide1, Win Myint3, Flurina Schneider1,2, Peter Messerli1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern; 3: Environmental Care and Community Security Institute, Myanmar



Full talk
102R The role of warfare and armed conflicts in land systems

Recent Deforestation increases reveal unforeseen costs of Colombian Peace

Dolors Armenteras2, Laura Schneider1, Liliana Davalos3

1: Department of Geography, Rutgers University, United States of America; 2: Departamento de Biologia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; 3: Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University, United States of America

107RC-regional: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part C: regional analyses
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Tracking forest degradation in the Dry Chaco region using high-resolution UAV-SfM techniques

Beatriz Gobbi1,2, Anton Van Rompaey2, Philipp Gaertner3, Pedro Fernandez3, Dante Loto3, Ignacio Gasparri3, Veerle Vanacker1

1: Earth and Life Institute, George Lemaître Center for Earth and Climate Research, Université Catholique Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2: Division of Geography and Tourism, KULeuven, Heverlee, Belgium; 3: Instituto de Ecología Regional, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Tucumán, Argentina



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

Grazing patterns are a key determinant of fire occurrence in Kazakhstan

Brett Robert Hankerson1,2, Florian Schierhorn1, Daniel Müller1,2,3

1: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany; 2: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 3: Integrated Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems, Germany



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

Ecological and climatic tradeoffs of agricultural intensification and land management in the Amazon-Cerrado frontier

Marcia Macedo1,2, Divino Silvério2, KathiJo Jankowski3, Paulo Brando1,2, Christopher Neill1, Leonardo Maracahipes2, Ludmila Rattis1,2, Linda Deegan1, Michael Coe1,2

1: Woods Hole Research Center; 2: Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia; 3: United States Geological Survey



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

Grassland greening in the Mongolian Plateau and its determinants

Lijuan Miao1,2, Yanjun Ren3, Zhanli Sun1, Daniel Müller1,4

1: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany; 2: Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China; 3: University of Kiel, Germany; 4: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



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

Ecotoxicity in Australian agriculture: Regional hotspots and contribution analysis

Francisco Javier Navarro Garcia1, Brett Anthony Bryan2, Brad Ridoutt1, Michalis Hadjikakou2

1: CSIRO, Australia; 2: Deakin University, Australia



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

Response of soil organic carbon stocks and fractions to tillage systems and sugarcane plantation ages in Western Kenya

David Ouma Ojuka1, Benson Muchoge1, Richard Onwonga2

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

202R: Integrating the landscape concept into land change science
Location: MB-205
Chair: Felix Kienast
Chair: Matthias Bürgi
 
Full talk
202R Integrating the landscape concept into land change science

Landscapes are important entities for place identity and place attachment in mobile societies

Felix Kienast, Marcel Hunziker, Matthias Buchecker

Swiss Federal Research INstitute WSL, Switzerland



Full talk
202R Integrating the landscape concept into land change science

Getting deeper insight into people’s preferences for renewable energy landscapes – A study combining emotional and cognitive responses on landscape changes

Reto Spielhofer1, Boris Salak2, Ulrike Wissen Hayek1, Marcel Hunziker2

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland, Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems; 2: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL)



Full talk
202R Integrating the landscape concept into land change science

Identifying and assessing the potential for conflict between landscape values and development preferences

Tobias Plieninger1,2, Nora Fagerholm3, Eydfinn Magnussen4, Christopher M. Raymond5, Anton Stahl Olafsson6, Laura N.H. Verbrugge7

1: University of Göttingen, Germany; 2: University of Kassel, Germany; 3: University of Turku, Finland; 4: University of the Faroe Islands; 5: University of Helsinki, Finland; 6: University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 7: University of Twente, The Netherlands



Full talk
202R Integrating the landscape concept into land change science

What do cultural ‘landscape approaches” look like and why are they important to consider?

Gretchen Marie Walters

University of Lausanne, Switzerland



Full talk
202R Integrating the landscape concept into land change science

Linking landscape/land system and design approaches to achieve sustainability

Jianguo {Jingle} Wu

Arizona State University, United States of America

215R: Forest restoration in complex landscapes
Location: MB-201
Chair: Jeanine Rhemtulla
Chair: Dayana Gabriela Barragan
 
Full talk
215R Forest restoration in complex landscapes

Planted to die? Viability of tree species in active restoration plots under climate change

D. Gabriela Barragan, Jeanine Rhemtulla

University of British Columbia, Canada



Full talk
215R Forest restoration in complex landscapes

Restoring forests for whom? Aligning local livelihood needs with ecological criteria for successful forest landscape restoration in Malawi

Jeanine Rhemtulla, Joleen Timko, Lauren Nerfa, Jenny Liu

University of British Columbia, Canada



Full talk
215R Forest restoration in complex landscapes

Landscape restauration in the Amazon: land suitability and jurisdictional governance to achieve ecologic and economics goals

Rene Poccard-Chapuis1,2, Sophie Plassin1, Jaqueline Peçanha2, François Laurent3, Marie-Gabrielle Piketty1, Gustavo Pimentel4, Clément Bourgoin1, Daniel Pinillos5, Reinis Osis3, Lilian Blanc1, Mario Gomes6, Valery Gond1, Julie Betbeder1, Helène Dessard1, Pablo Pacheco7,8

1: CIRAD, France; 2: Paragominas Municipal Government, Brazil; 3: University of Maine, France; 4: Federal University of Para, Brazil; 5: Wagueningen University and Research, Holland; 6: Embrapa, Brazil; 7: World Wildlife Fund, USA; 8: CIFOR, Indonesia



Full talk
215R Forest restoration in complex landscapes

Prioritizing the environmental recovery of the Rio Doce watershed: a fractal approach

Raoni Rajão1, José Ambrósio Ferreira Neto2, Felipe Nunes1, Demetrius David da Silva2, Sonia Carvalho-Ribeiro1, Elpídio Inácio Fernandes Silva2, Britaldo Soares-Filho1, Letícia Santos de Lima1, William Leles1

1: Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil; 2: Federal University of Viçosa (UFV), Brazil



Flash talk
215R Forest restoration in complex landscapes

Nature Based Solution (NBS) with geospatial science to draw sustainable forest restoration

Mohammad Emran Hasan

Institute of Remote Sensing and Dogital Earth (RADI), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China, People's Republic of



Flash talk
214R Governance structures and competing narratives: how do multiple actors influence public policies on land?

Perceived barriers for scaling-up and monitoring forest restoration: Brazil as case study

Daniella Schweizer1,2, Jaboury Ghazoul1, Marijke Van Kuijk2

1: ETH, Switzerland; 2: University of Utrecht, Netherlands

301R: Multi-Source Land Imaging for Land-Cover/Land-Use Change Studies: Prospects for Early Career Scientists
Location: UniS-A -122
Chair: Garik Gutman
 
Full talk
301R Multi-source land imaging for land-cover/land-use change studies: prospects for early career scientists

Using Planet and Sentinel data to map smallholder farms and close yield gaps in eastern India

Meha Jain

University of Michigan, United States of America



Full talk
301R Multi-source land imaging for land-cover/land-use change studies: prospects for early career scientists

Geospatial Analysis of land-cover change threats to tropical forests and biodiversity in Littoral Region of Cameroon

Mahmoud Ibrahim Mahmoud1, Mason Campbell2, William Laurance3

1: National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA); 2: James Cook University (JCU) Cairns; 3: James Cook University (JCU) Cairns



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

From multi-cropping index to multi-cropping frequency: observing cropland use intensity at a finer scale

Qiangyi Yu, Wenbin Wu, Mingtao Xiang

Institute of Agriculture Resource and Regional Planning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China, People's Republic of



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

National land cover/use change in china from 1990 to 2015

Wenhui Kuang, Shuwen Zhang, Tao Pan, Wenfeng Chi, Guoming Du, Fanhao Meng, Xiaoyong Li, Gencheng Su, Zherui Yin

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



Full talk
316R High resolution remote sensing for understanding dynamics of forest and grassland systems

Satellite monitoring of of vegetation traits and function within the South, Central and East European region (SCERIN) – Czech Republic

Jana Albrechtova1, Petr Lukes2, Zuzana Lhotakova1, Lucie Kupkova1, Eva Neuwirthova1, Lucie Cervena1, Ruzena Janoutova2, Lucie Homolova2, Marketa Potuckova1, Petya Campbell3,4

1: Charles University, Faculty of Science, Czech Republic; 2: Global Change Research Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic; 3: University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States of America; 4: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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

Designing effective deforestation policies in food supply chains

Rachael Garrett1, Sam Levy1, Kimberley Carlson2, Ximena Rueda3

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: University of Hawaii, United States of America; 3: Universidad de los Andes



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

Scaling up land use interventions through policy interactions

Eric F. Lambin

University of Louvain, Belgium, & Stanford University, USA



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

Mapping Sustainability in the Global Coffee Sector: Relationships, transparency, and differentiation, but not yet sustainability

Simon L. Bager1,2, Eric F. Lambin1,3

1: Université Catholique de Louvain, Faculty of Sciences, Earth and Life Institute (ELI), Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research (TECLIM), 3 Place Louis Pasteur, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2: Copenhagen University, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Øster Voldgade 10, 1350 Copenhagen K., Denmark; 3: Stanford University, School of Earth, Energy & Environment Sciences and Woods Institute for the Environment, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USA



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

The global reach of zero-deforestation supply chain commitments

Florian Gollnow1, Rachael D. Garrett2, Kimberly M. Carlson3

1: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), University of Maryland, 1 Park Place, Suite 300, Annapolis, MD, 21401, United States; 2: Department of Earth and Environment, Boston University, 685 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA, 02215, USA; 3: Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI, USA



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

Beyond proximate and distal causes of land-use change: Linking Individual Motivations to Deforestation in Rural Contexts

Ximena Rueda1, Maria Alejandra Velez1, Lina Moros1, Luz Rodriguez2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

309RB: Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services - Part B
Location: MB-120
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

Using life cycle assessment (LCA) to link production and consumption activities to biogeophysical effects of land use

Anders Bjørn1, Sarah Sim2, Henry King2, Patrick Keys3, Lan Wang Erlandsson4, Sarah Cornell4, Manuele Margni1, Cecile Bulle5

1: Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; 2: Unilever Safety and Environmental Assurance Centre, Unilever R&D, Colworth Science Park, Sharnbrook, UK; 3: School of Global Environmental Sustainability, Colorado State University, Colorado, USA; 4: Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden; 5: CIRAIG, ESG UQÀM, Montreal (QC), Canada



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

New biodiversity indicators for use in life cycle assessment

Ulrika Johanna Palme1,2, Emke Vrasdonk1,2, Annie Jonsson3, Sofia Berg3

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre; 3: Univerity of Skövde



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

Assessing the environmental impacts of production- and consumption-side measures in sustainable agriculture intensification in the European Union

Anna Liza Bais-Moleman1, Catharina J.E. Schulp1, Peter H. Verburg1,2

1: Environmental Geography, Institute of Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 2: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, Birmensdorf, Switzerland



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

'Functional regions'- a different perspective on sustainable food systems in an interconnected world

Dor Fridman, Meidad Kissinger

Ben Gurion University, Israel



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

Factors determining the biodiversity value of croplands worldwide

Charlie Outhwaite, Monica Ortiz, Carole Dalin, Tim Newbold

University College London, United Kingdom



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

Global food and non-food supply chains of Brazilian cattle products and their land footprints

Martin Bruckner1, Victor Maus1,2

1: Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Ecological Economics, Austria; 2: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Ecosystems Services and Management Program



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

Analyzing ecoregions’ condition for the potential agriculture expansion in South America

Lucía Zarbá1, H. Ricardo Grau1, N. Ignacio Gasparri1, Jordan Graesser2, T. Mitchell Aide3

1: Instituto de Ecología Regional, CONICET- Universidad Nacional de Tucumán; 2: School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland; 3: Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico

327R: Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meaning, methods and current applications
Location: MB-114
Chair: Christoph Oberlack
Chair: Diana Sietz
 
Full talk
327R Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meanings, methods, and current applications

Archetype analysis in sustainability research: Meanings, motivations, and evidence-based policy making

Christoph Oberlack1,2, Diana Sietz3,4, Elisabeth Bürgi2, Ariane de Bremond2,5, Jampel dell'Angelo6, Klaus Eisenack7, Erle Ellis8, Graham Epstein9, Markus Giger2, Andreas Heinimann1,2, Christian Kimmich10, Marcel Kok11, David Manuel-Navarrete12, Peter Messerli1,2, Patrick Meyfroidt13,14, Tomas Vaclavik15,16, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas17

1: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; 2: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; 3: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany; 4: Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands; 5: Geographical Sciences Department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA; 6: Department of Environmental Policy Analysis, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 7: Resource Economics Group, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany; 8: Department of Geography and Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, USA; 9: School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada; 10: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 11: PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague, The Netherlands.; 12: School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA; 13: Georges Lemaître Center for Earth and Climate Research, Earth and Life Institute, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 14: F.R.S.-FNRS, Brussels, Belgium; 15: Department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc, Olomouc, Czech Republic; 16: Department of Computational Landscape Ecology, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research GmbH – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany; 17: Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA), Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain



Full talk
327R Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meanings, methods, and current applications

Archetypical pathways of direct and indirect land-use change caused by Cambodia's large-scale land acquisitions

Nicholas Magliocca1, Quy Van Khuc1, Ariane de Bremond2, Evan Ellicott3

1: Department of Geography, University of Alabama, United States of America; 2: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: Geographical Sciences Department, University of Maryland, United States of America



Full talk
327R Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meanings, methods, and current applications

Archetype analysis in sustainability research: Methodological portfolio and analytical frontiers

Diana Sietz1, Ulrich Frey2, Matteo Roggero3, Yanqing Gong4, Nicholas Magliocca5, Rong Tan Rong Tan4, Peter Janssen6, Tomáš Václavík7,8

1: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; 2: German Aerospace Center, Systems Analysis and Technology Assessment, Stuttgart, Germany; 3: Humboldt University, Resource Economics Group, Berlin, Germany; 4: School of Public Affairs, Zhejiang University, China; 5: University of Alabama, Department of Geography, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA; 6: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague, The Netherlands; 7: Palacký University Olomouc, Department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Olomouc, Czech Republic; 8: UFZ – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Computational Landscape Ecology, Leipzig, Germany



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

Toward an integrated approach to address LSLA processes

Valentine Lebourgeois, Camille Jahel, Jeremy Bourgoin, Roberto Interdonato, Xavier Augusseau

CIRAD, France



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

Pathways to sustainable agricultural futures in Uganda: A modelling approach to analyze land use potentials, conflicts and challenges

Benjamin Stuch, Rüdiger Schaldach

Kassel University, Germany

328R: Applying scenario tools for sustainable mountain development
Location: MB-101
Chair: Aino Kulonen
Chair: Robert Marchant
Chair: Davnah Payne
Chair: Andreas Heinimann
Chair: Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
Chair: Ricardo Grau
 
Full talk
328R Applying scenario tools for sustainable mountain development

What futures for Eastern Africa highlands under threat of climate change? Exploring alternative pathways in two traditional farming communities through participatory scenarios.

Claudia Capitani1, Weyessa Garedew2, Amsalu Mitiku2, Gezahegn Yadessa2, Binyam Hailu3, Janne Heiskanen4, Pekka Hurskainen4, Philip J. Platts1, Mika Siljander4, Fabrice Pinard5, Tino Johansson4, Robert Marchant1

1: University of York, UK; 2: Jimma University, Ethiopia; 3: Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; 4: University of Helsinki, Finland; 5: Cirad, France



Full talk
328R Applying scenario tools for sustainable mountain development

Backcasting adaptation pathways for supporting the provision of demanded ecosystem services in the Alps

Sibyl, Hanna Huber, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

ETH Zürich, Switzerland



Full talk
328R Applying scenario tools for sustainable mountain development

Envisioning mountain futures: a systematic review of scenario planning in mountain social-ecological systems

Jessica P. R. Thorn1,2, Cara Steger2, Catherine M. Tucker3, Anne W. Nolin4,5, Robin S. Reid2, Kelly A. Hopping6, Claudia Capitani1,7, Robert Marchant1, Roman Seidl8,9, Vishwas S. Chitale10, Julia A. Klein2

1: University of York, United Kingdom; 2: Colorado State University, USA; 3: University of Florida, USA; 4: University of Nevada, USA; 5: Oregon State University, USA; 6: Boise State University, USA; 7: European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy; 8: ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 9: Institute for Applied Ecology, Germany; 10: International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Nepal



Flash talk
328R Applying scenario tools for sustainable mountain development

Northern Tanzanian futures: multi-stakeholder perspectives from land use scenario analyses and modelling

Rebecca Kariuki1, Colin Courtney-Mustaphi2, Linus Munishi1, Anneli Ekblom2, Paul Lane2, Rob Marchant3

1: Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST), Tanzania; 2: Uppsala University, Sweden; 3: University of York, UK



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

Role of integrated watershed management in reducing soil erosion and improving livelihoods in northern ethiopia

Kassa Teka Belay

Mekelle University, Ethiopia

 
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151N: Mapping socio-ecological land systems for South America
Location: MB-115
Chair: Lucía Zarbá
Chair: María Piquer-Rodríguez
Chair: Ricardo Grau
153N: Corporate Science-Based Targets for Land
Location: MB-214
Chair: Martha Jane Stevenson
Chair: Holger Hoff
Chair: Brian James SHAW
253N: Farming of the future - What type of farming systems will be producing sufficient sustainable and nutritious food for everyone in 2050?
Location: MB-120
Chair: Verena Seufert
Chair: Navin Ramankutty
 

253N Farming of the future – What type of farming systems will be producing sufficient sustainable and nutritious food for everyone in 2050? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Economically and environmentally sustainable farming systems

Allison Thomson

Field to Market, United States of America




253N Farming of the future – What type of farming systems will be producing sufficient sustainable and nutritious food for everyone in 2050? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Food sovereignty mechanisms can feed the world and cool the planet

Hannah Wittman

University of British Columbia, Canada




253N Farming of the future – What type of farming systems will be producing sufficient sustainable and nutritious food for everyone in 2050? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Agroecology-based systems as key levers for radical transformation of food systems

Urs Niggli

Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Switzerland




253N Farming of the future – What type of farming systems will be producing sufficient sustainable and nutritious food for everyone in 2050? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Sustainable intensification of agricultural systems

Patricio Grassini

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America

255N: Accommodating mutual interests, values and knowledge bases in "Alconia": Negotiating land-use standards for peripheral fronter regions in the Global South
Location: MB-215
Chair: Regine Schönenberg
Chair: Anne Cristina de la Vega-Leinert
 

255N Accommodating mutual interests, values and knowledge bases in “Alconia”: Negotiating land-use standards for peripheral frontier regions in the Global South

Statement of the environment minister of Alconia

Imme Scholz

German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Germany

350N: Social-ecological outcomes of shifting cultivation in transition
Location: MB-101
Chair: Ole Mertz
Chair: Thilde Bech Bruun
Chair: Andreas Heinimann
 

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

Jhum in Nagaland: Long fallow shifting cultivation system in northwestern Myanmar

Athong Makury2, Joan Bastide1,3, Manuel Von der Muehlen3, Glenn Hunt1,3, Andreas Heinimann1

1: University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: Council of Naga Affairs; 3: Onemap Myanmar

352N: Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems
Location: MB-205
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
 

352N Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Can (material) flows in telecouplings lead us to greater sustainability?

Anke Schaffartzik

Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (ICTA), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain




352N Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Modelling Telecoupled Systems

James David Anthony Millington

King's College London, United Kingdom




352N Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Multi-sited field research into the governance of telecouplings

Almut Schilling-Vacaflor

University of Osnabrück, Germany




352N Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Traditional methods fall short to account the impacts of telecoupled agricultural production chains: comparative analysis and hybrid paths for improvement

Claudia Parra Paitan1, Peter Verburg1,2

1: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL




352N Capturing and understanding telecoupling in complex land systems (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Using social network analysis in telecoupling research: opportunities and challenges.

Florence Metz

University of Bern, Switzerland

355N: Co-production of knowledge in landscape restoration
Location: MB-206
Chair: Christine Ornetsmüller
Chair: Willemijn de Iongh
 

355N Co-production of knowledge in landscape restoration

“I didn’t come yesterday, ‘cause otherwise I would have been a “professor” today”: reflections on serious gaming for participative (action) research in landscape management.

Erwan Sachet1,2

1: Section for Geography, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhague, Copenhague, Denmark; 2: Agroecosystems and Sustainable Landscape, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

359N: Are there archetypes of land system transformations towards sustainable development?
Location: MB-114
Chair: Diana Sietz
Chair: Tomas Vaclavik
Chair: Christoph Oberlack
 

359N Are there archetypes of land system transformations towards sustainable development? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Archetypes of land transformations and trajectories of ecosystem services in mountains

Bruno Locatelli1,2

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




359N Are there archetypes of land system transformations towards sustainable development? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Typical interactions between Sustainable Development Goals and Aichi Biodiversity Targets to inform sustainable land transformations

Diana Sietz1, Anke Frank2, Jens Jetzkowitz3, Monika Wulf4, Katrin Vohland3, Livia Schäffler2, Kirsten Thonicke1

1: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; 2: ZFMK, Germany; 3: MFN, Germany; 4: ZALF, Germany




359N Are there archetypes of land system transformations towards sustainable development? (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Using archetype thinking to upscale land-based sustainability solutions

Flurina Schneider

University of Bern, Switzerland

362N: Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation
Location: MB-220
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
Chair: Rachael Garrett
Chair: Ximena Rueda
 

362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation

Charlotte Anne Opal

TFT, Switzerland




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Edi Suhardi

Goodhope Asia Holdings, Indonesia




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Aida Greenbury

Sustainability Adviser - Independent, Indonesia




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Zero-deforestation and sustainability strategies at Ferrero

Geza Toth

Ferrero, Luxembourg




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Cristina Hastings Newsome

Louis Dreyfus Company, Switzerland

364N: Strengthening data ecosystems to meet the needs of the SDGs and VGGTs
Location: MB-201
Chair: Ward Anseeuw
Chair: Ariane de Bremond
Chair: Eva Rose Hershaw
Chair: Markus Giger
7:00pm Conference Dinner

 
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