Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation through Alternative Landuses in Rainforests of the Tropics

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Journal articles

  1. Farmer, J., Matthews, R., Smith, P., Smith, J.U. (2013). The Tropical Peatland Plantation-Carbon Assessment Tool: estimating CO2 emissions from tropical peat soils under plantations. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, November 2013
  2. Meyfroidt P. and Lambin E.F. (2009). Forest transition in Vietnam and displacement of deforestation abroad. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106 (38), 16139-16144.
  3. Villamor G B, van Noordwijk M, Le QB, Lusiana B, Matthews R and Vlek PLG (2011). Diversity deficits in modelled landscape mosaics. Ecological Informatics, 6: 73-82.
  4. Murdiyarso D, Hergoualc’h K and Verchot LV (2010). Opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in tropical peatlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(46): 19655–19660.
  5. Lambin EF and Meyfroidt P (2010). Land use transitions: Socio-ecological feedback versus socio-economic change. Land Use Policy, 27 (2), 108-118.
  6. Meyfroidt P, Rudel T, Lambin EF (2010b). Forest transitions, trade and the global displacement of land use. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. published ahead of print November 15, 2010.
  7. Murdiyarso D, Hergoualc'h K and Verchot LV (2010). Land-use dynamics of tropical peatlands: Opportunities for reducing GHG emissions and maintaining productivity. Proc Am. Nat. Acad. Sci. 107: 19655–19660. .
  8. Nijnik M (2010). Carbon capture and storage in forests. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge. In: Hester R.E. and Harrison R.M. (eds.) Carbon Capture: Sequestration and Storage, Issues in Environmental Science and Technology 29: 203-239. [abstract]
  9. Nijnik M and Bizikova L (2008). Responding to the Kyoto Protocol through forestry. Forest Policy and Economics, 10: 257-269.
  10. Lambin EF and Meyfroidt P (2011). Global land use change, economic globalization, and the looming land scarcity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Early Edition, pp 1-8.
  11. Patrick Meyfroidt and Eric F. Lambin (2011). Global Forest Transition: Prospects for an End to Deforestation. The Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2011. 36:9.1–9.29. Online at: Annual Review of Environment and Resources
  12. Farmer, J., Matthews, R., Smith, J.U., Smith, P. & Singh, B.K., 2011. Assessing existing peatland models for their applicability for modelling greenhouse gas emissions from tropical peat soils. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 3:1-11.
  13. Matthews, R. & Dyer, G., 2011. Evaluating the impacts of REDD+ at sub-national scales: are our frameworks and models good enough? Carbon Management (in press).
  14. Powers, J.S., Corre, M.D., Twine, T.E. & Veldkamp, E., 2011. Geographic bias of field observations of soil carbon stocks with tropical land-use changes precludes spatial extrapolation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 108(15):6318–6322.
  15. Villamor GB and van Noordwijk M (2011). Social role-play games vs individual perceptions of conservation and PES agreements for maintaining rubber agroforests in Jambi (Sumatra), Indonesia. Ecology and Society 16(3): 27. (Full text available at Ecology and Society)