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Session Overview
Location: MB-201
Main Building, room 201, second floor, east wing, 154 (+22) seats
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
11:15am
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12:45pm
105R: Designing sustainable urban land systems + Mapping, analysing and modeling human settlements at global scale
Location: MB-201
Chair: Victoria Kelly Turner
Chair: Heather Sander
Chair: Emanuele Strano
 
Full talk
105R Designing sustainable urban land systems

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

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

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



Flash talk
105R Designing sustainable urban land systems

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

Adrienne Grêt-Regamey1, Maria Angela Dissegna2

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



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

Exploiting global remote sensing data with Google Earth Engine

Nicholas Clinton

Google, United States of America



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

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

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

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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
203RA: Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient - Part A
Location: MB-201
Chair: Jasper van Vliet
Chair: Torben Birch-Thomsen
Chair: Anton Van Rompaey
 
Full talk
203R Land use change processes and interactions along the urban-rural gradient

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

Torben Birch-Thomsen, Jytte Agergaard, Marianne Nylandsted Larsen

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



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

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

Jasper van Vliet1, Anna Hersperger2

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



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

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

Jytte Agergaard1, Cecilia Tacoli2

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



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

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

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

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



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

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

Saskia Wolff, Tobia Lakes

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany



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

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

Fenna Otten

Georg-August Universität Göttingen



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

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

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

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

4:15pm
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5:45pm
351N: Governance of natural heritage in peri-urban open spaces
Location: MB-201
Chair: Marcin Spyra
Chair: Christine Fürst
Chair: Wei Wei
Chair: Luis Inostroza
Chair: Janina Kleemann
 

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

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

Gaëtan Palka, Anna M. Hersperger, Eduardo Oliveira

WSL, Switzerland




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

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

Vita Žlender, Barbara Goličnik Marušić

Urban Planning Institute of Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia




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

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

Christine Fürst1, Jennifer hauck2, Robert Reese1, Marcin Spyra1

1: MLU Halle Wittenberg, Germany; 2: CoKnow




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

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

Marcin Spyra, Alina Schürmann

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany




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

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

Subhash Anand

University of Delhi, India




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

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

Jessica P. R. Thorn1,2

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

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

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

3:15pm
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4:45pm
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

5:15pm
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6:45pm
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
Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
313R: Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations
Location: MB-201
Chair: Helmut Haberl
Chair: Felix Creutzig
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
313R Social metabolism and land-system science: stocks, flows, services, and implications for sustainability transformations

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

Helmut Haberl, Fridolin Krausmann

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



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

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

Görg Christoph, Dominik Wiedenhofer, Melanie Pichler, Helmut Haberl

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



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

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

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

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



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

Modelling dietary scenarios for a sustainable food provision system of Vienna

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

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria



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

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

Felix Creutzig, Sohail Ahmad

MCC Berlin, Germany

1:15pm
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2:45pm
360N: Modelling human-environment interactions in land systems: Current status, challenges and ways forward
Location: MB-201
Chair: Zhanli Sun
Chair: Daniel Müller
Chair: Birgit Müller
Chair: Martha Marijke Bakker
Chair: Dawn Cassandra Parker
 

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

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

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

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




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

Receiving feedback from the environment

Martha Marijke Bakker, Maaike Happel, Diana Giebels

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The




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

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

Dawn Cassandra Parker

University of Waterloo, Canada




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

Ways forward to integrate human decisions in land system models

Birgit Müller

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

3:00pm
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4:15pm
113R: The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land + Land systems for conservation science - Part B
Location: MB-201
Chair: Markus Fischer
Chair: Davnah Payne
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
Chair: Yann le Polain de Waroux
 
Full talk
113R The role of biodiversity in the relationship between people and land

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

Markus Fischer

University of Bern, Switzerland



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

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

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

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



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

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

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

Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment, Switzerland



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

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

Weier Liu1, Sanderine Nonhebel1, Ab Grootjans1, Henk Everts2

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


 
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