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Session Overview
Location: MB-101
Main Building, room 101, 1st floor, east wing, 80 (+14) seats
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
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



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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



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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



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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



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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



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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

4:15pm
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5:45pm
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

Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
10:45am
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12:15pm
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



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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



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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

3:15pm
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4:45pm
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



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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



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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

5:15pm
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6:45pm
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

Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
114R: The deep history of global land use change - needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding socio-ecological systems
Location: MB-101
Chair: Marie-Jose Gaillard
Chair: Erle Ellis
 
Full talk
114R The deep history of global land use change – needs and potentials for earth system modelling and understanding of socio-ecological systems

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

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

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



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

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

Erle Ellis

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States of America



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

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

Ferran Antolín, Héctor Martínez-Grau, Ana Jesus

Integrative Prehistory and Archaeological Science, Switzerland



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

Northern Hemisphere Holocene land-cover reconstructions from fossil pollen

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

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



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

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

Kees Klein Goldewijk

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Netherlands, The



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

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

Furong Li1, Marie-José Gaillard1, Shinya Sugita2

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

3:00pm
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4:15pm
217R: The role of farm size for food security, environmental sustainability, and social justice
Location: MB-101
Chair: Vincent Ricciardi
Chair: Christian Levers
Chair: Jordan Blake Graesser
Chair: Navin Ramankutty
 
Full talk
217R The role of farm and field size for food security, environmental sustainability, and social justice

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

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

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



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

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

Maurice Tschopp1, Graziano Ceddia1, Nick Bardsley2, Carla Inguaggiato1

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



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

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

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

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



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

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

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

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



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

Relationship between land and labour for sustainable development in india

Sarda Prasad

Jawaharlal Nehru University, India


 
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