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Location: MB-205
Main Building, room 205, second floor, east wing, 90 seats
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
4:15pm
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5:45pm
363N: Decision support systems for land degradation neutrality: How to make tools relevant at local scales?
Location: MB-205
Chair: Mariano Gonzalez-Roglich
Chair: Alex Ivan Zvoleff
 

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

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

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

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




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

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

Neil Sims

CSIRO, Australia




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

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

Marcelo Rezende, Thomas Hammond

FAO, Italy




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

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

Hanspeter Liniger, Renate Fleiner, Nicole Harari, Tatenda Lemann

CDE / University of Bern, Switzerland




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

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

Jason Neff1, Jeffrey Herrick2

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

Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
1:30pm
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3:00pm
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

3:15pm
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4:45pm
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

5:15pm
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6:45pm
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

Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
110R: Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science
Location: MB-205
Chair: Jonas Schwaab
Chair: Sven Lautenbach
 
Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Pareto frontiers for exploring land use policies

Elizabeth Law1,2, Leandro Macchi1,3, Tobias Kuemmerle1,4

1: Conservation Biogeography Lab, Geography Department, Humboldt-University Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany; 2: Norwegian Institute for Natural Sciences (NINA), Høgskoleringen 9, 7034 Trondheim, Norway; 3: Instituto de Ecología Regional, CONICET Tucumán, Argentina; 4: Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human Environment Systems (IRI THESYs), Humboldt-University Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Using optimization to minimize trade-offs between ecosystem services and biodiversity in agricultural landscapes

Martin Volk, Andrea Kaim, Anna Cord, Michael Strauch

UFZ-Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

The decision-maker matters: An operational Multi-Objective Game Theoretic Model for environmental-economic conflict resolution

Dani Broitman1, Mashor Housh2, Shapira Naama2

1: Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel; 2: University of Haifa, Israel



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Optimising settlement network topology to maximise socio-economic and biodiversity indicators

Amin Khiali-Miab1, Maarten J. van Strien1, Kay W. Axhausen2, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey1

1: Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2: Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Trade-off of land uses in the process of urban renewal: taking xuzhou city as a case study

SHI AN, Shaoliang Zhang, Yunlong Gong, Huping Hou

china university of mining and technology, China, People's Republic of



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Human-centered systematic global conservation planning

Yuchen Zhang, L. Roman Carrasco

National University of Singapore, Singapore



Full talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

Trade-offs between carbon storage, crop yield production and water supply at the global scale – where to put which land use?

Anita Bayer1, Sven Lautenbach2, Almut Arneth1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Heidelberg, Germany

3:00pm
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4:15pm
334R: Urban expansion and ecosystem services
Location: MB-205
Chair: Christopher Bren d'Amour
 
Flash talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Impacts of cropland expansion on natural habitat in rapid urbanization areas: A case study in China

Xinli KE, Lanping TANG

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of



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

The interaction of rural and urban areas by flash floods and sediment transport

Miroslav Bauer, Tomas Dostal, Josef Krasa, Barbora Jachymova

CTU in Prague, Czech Republic



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

Heritage tourism, urbanization and the changing rural landscape: case study of the world heritage site of honghe hani rice terrace

yan wang

University of Lausanne, IGD, Switzerland



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

Agent-based modeling of socioeconomic segregation within the Greater Paramaribo Region, Suriname

Kimberley Fung-Loy1,2, Lisa-Marie Hemerijckx2, Jeroen Royer2, Anton Van Rompaey2

1: Department of Infrastructure, Anton de Kom University of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname; 2: Geography and Tourism Research Group, Department Earth and Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium



Full talk
321R Land resources conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa: Which knowledge and governance systems can end the siloed thinking?

Urban land conflict and governance: experiences from the greater Port Harcourt city, Nigeria

UTCHAY OKORJI1, MODUPE M. OMIRIN2, ESTHER OROMIDAYO THONTTEH3

1: Rivers State University, Nigeria; 2: UNILAG, Nigeria; 3: University of Lagos, Nigeria



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

The impact of management modes on ecosystem service values: a case study in fujin city, northeast china

Shuwen Zhang

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



Full talk
315R The role of policy and planning in urban land change: conceptualizations and evidence

Anticipating trade-offs between urban growth and ecosystem service production: scenario analyses of sprawl alternatives for a rapidly urbanizing region

Douglas A. Shoemaker1, Todd K. BenDor2, Ross K. Meentemeyer3

1: University of North Carolina Charlotte, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States of America; 3: North Carolina State University, United States of America


 
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