Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Location: MB-114
Main Building, 1st floor, west wing, 78 seats
 
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
11:15am
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12:45pm
213R: Land tenure (security) and land use (change)
Location: MB-114
Chair: Martin C. Lukas
Chair: Brian Evan Robinson
 
Full talk
213R Land tenure (security) and land use (change)

Unpacking situations of tenure insecurity. Land use change as means and outcome of tenure contestation

Martin C. Lukas

University of Bremen, Germany



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

The impacts of a land tenure clarification project on deforestation and forest degradation in Guatemala

Ana Laura Reboredo Segovia1, Eric Bullock1, Leonardo Corral2, Christoph Nolte1

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: Inter-American Development Bank



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

The tenure gap: policy implications for discrepancies in informal and statutory land rights

Margaret B Holland1, Allison Kelly2, Yuta J Masuda3, Brian E Robinson4

1: University of Maryland, Baltimore County; 2: University of Michigan; 3: The Nature Conservancy; 4: McGill University



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

Chasing tenure rights in the ‘new’ Myanmar - Opportunities and challenges to the recognition of land and forest tenure rights on the indigenous frontier

Glenn Hunt1, Lara M. Lundsgaard-Hansen1, Manuel von der Mühlen1,2, Joan Bastide1, Andreas Heinimann1

1: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern; 2: ETH Zürich



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

Contentious land change: a longitudinal analysis from the Eastern Brazilian Amazon

Stephen Aldrich1, Cynthia Simmons2, Eugenio Arima3, Robert Walker2, Francisco Michelotti4, Edna Castro5

1: Indiana State University; 2: University of Florida; 3: The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 4: Federal University of South & Southeast of Para; 5: Federal University of Para



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

Towards sustainable drylands: bridging the gap between land tenure and sustainable management

Deborah Namayi Muricho1, Stephen Mwangi Mureithi2

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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
320R: Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling
Location: MB-114
Chair: Bumsuk Seo
Chair: Calum Brown
 
Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

How could land use models benefit from recent developments in Artificial Intelligence: promises and challenges for large-scale land use modelling

Bumsuk Seo1, Calum Brown1, Mark Rounsevell1,2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK



Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

Habitat modelling and conservation area planning using camera-trap photos, computer vision, and network analysis: a case study of Yellow-throated marten in South Korea

Donggul Woo1, Bumsuk Seo2, Tae-Young Choi1

1: National Institute of Ecology, Republic of Korea; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Full talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

The land use modeling by iterative parametrization with machine learning approaches

Yu-Pin Lin, Wan-Yu Lien, Yen-Sen Lu

National Taiwan University, Taiwan



Flash talk
320R Artificial intelligence and machine learning for land use modelling

Using Machine Learning to improve understanding of land use in Brazil’s cattle sector

Lisa L. Rausch, Matthew Christie, Jacob Munger, AnHai Doan, Amintas Brandao, Philip Martinkus, Holly K. Gibbs

University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States of America



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

The effect of land use on surface water pollution from non-point sources

Tomas Dostal, Miroslav Bauer, Josef Krasa, Barbora Jachymova

CTU Prague, Czech Republic



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

Automated rural road detection and classification to support analysis of the impacts of land use and management

Sean Patrick Kearney1, Nicholas C. Coops1, Gord B. Stenhouse2, Simran Sethi1

1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: fRI Research, Canada


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

1:30pm
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3:00pm
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

3:15pm
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4:45pm
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

5:15pm
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6:45pm
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


 
Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
1:15pm
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2:45pm
367N: Seeking solutions to land challenges of the Anthropocene: Land Systems Science at the Interface of Normative and Policy Concerns
Location: MB-114
Chair: Rinku Roy Chowdhury
Chair: Darla Karin Munroe
Chair: Ariane de Bremond
3:00pm
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4:15pm
314R: Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South
Location: MB-114
Chair: Jefferson Fox
Chair: Kaspar Hurni
 
Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

The creation of annual forest cover maps to assess forest transition in Nepal from 1990-2016

Kaspar Hurni1,2, Jamon Van Den Hock3, Alexander Smith3

1: East West Center, HI, USA; 2: Center for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: Geography and Geospatial Science, Oregon State University



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

Mapping changes in tree cover in Nepal 1990 to 2016: Understanding the drivers of change

Jefferson Fox, Sumeet Saksena, Hanpei Zhang

East-West Center, United States of America



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

The influence of modern state institutions on forest transitions: The case of the Southern Yucatan, Mexico

Carlos Dobler-Morales1, Rinku Roy Chowdhury1, Birgit Schmook2

1: Clark University, United States of America; 2: ECOSUR-Chetumal, Mexico



Full talk
314R Forest transitions and the resurgence of tree cover in the Global South

Deforestation displaced: trade in forest-risk commodities and the prospects for a global forest transition

Florence Pendrill1, U. Martin Persson1, Javier Godar2, Thomas Kastner3

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute; 3: Senckenberg Biodiversität und Klima