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Location: MB-120
Main Building, room 120, first floor, west wing, 80 (+14) seats
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
11:15am
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12:45pm
210R: Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and trade-offs between food security, climate change, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?
Location: MB-120
Chair: Robert J. Zomer
Chair: Jianchu Xu
 
Full talk
210R Mountain futures: Innovative potentials and the trade-offs between food security, climate change mitigation, and biodiversity conservation in the global highlands?

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

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

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



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

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

Kiros Meles Hadgu

World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Ethiopia



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

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

Sarah-Lan Mathez-Stiefel

Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Portugal



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

Assessing collaboration networks to support systemic innovation in mountain areas

Victor Blanco, Tobias Luthe, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



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

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

Reinmar Seidler

Univ Massachusetts Boston, United States of America



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

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

Erin Holly Gleeson1, Jorge Recharte1, Katherine Blackwood2

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



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

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

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

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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
111RA: Clandestine and illicit economies as drivers of land system dynamics - Part A
Location: MB-120
Chair: Nicholas Magliocca
Chair: Elizabeth Tellman
 
Full talk
111R Clandestine and illicit economies as drivers of land system dynamics

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

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

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



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

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

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

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



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

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

Heidi Hausermann

Colorado State University, United States of America



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

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

Musselli Irene, Bürgi Bonanomi Elisabeth

Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland



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

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

Olanrewaju Lawal1, Nenibarini Zabbey2,3, Kabari Sam3

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

4:15pm
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5:45pm
152N: Can we give half the planet back to nature?
Location: MB-120
Chair: Zia Mehrabi
Chair: Erle Ellis
Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
10:45am
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12:15pm
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

1:30pm
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3:00pm
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

3:15pm
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4:45pm
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

5:15pm
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6:45pm
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

Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
305R: Human health outcomes of land use decisions
Location: MB-120
Chair: Ruth Defries
Chair: Meha Jain
 
Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

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

Pamela Jagger

University of Michigan, United States of America



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

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

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

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



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

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

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

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



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

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

Liying Guo, Liping Di

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



Full talk
305R Human health outcomes of land use decisions

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

Ozge Geyik, Brett Bryan, Michalis Hadjikakou

Deakin University, Australia



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

A holistic perspective on modelling deprived urban areas

Nina Schwarz1, Mike Lees2, Karin Pfeffer1, Debraj Roy2

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

1:15pm
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2:45pm
361N: Policy and governance of illicit and/or clandestine transactions and land-use changes
Location: MB-120
Chair: Elizabeth Tellman
Chair: Nicholas Magliocca
 

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

Indonesia for Sale

Tom Johnson

The Gecko Project, United Kingdom




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

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

Tim Steinweg

Aidenvironment, Chain Reaction Research



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

An analysis of land corruption and illicit flows

Farai Mutondoro

Transparency International Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

3:00pm
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4:15pm
310R: Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways
Location: MB-120
Chair: Enrico Celio
Chair: Yu-Pin Lin
Chair: Wan-Yu Lien
Chair: Li-Pei Peng
 
Full talk
310R Landscape performance assessment as a method of knowledge co-production and framing equitable future pathways

Integrated landscape management initiatives in europe: an overview

Maria Garcia-Martin, Tobias Plieninger

University of Göttingen, Germany



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

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

Susanna E. Klassen, Navin Ramankutty, Hannah Wittman

University of British Columbia, Canada



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

Measuring landscape performance over time; a space odyssey?

Louise Willemen, Trinidad Del Rio, Andy Nelson

University of Twente - ITC, Netherlands, The



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

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

Kuang-Chung Lee, Shao Yu Yan

National Dong-Hwa University, Taiwan



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

Assessing landscape governance: a participatory approach

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

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



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

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

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

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


 
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