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Publications from Zambia · Project brief · 2023

  • Fischer R, Lippe M, Dolom P, Kanungwe Kalaba F, Tamayo F, Torres B (2023) "Mix it" - how to combine and implement policy instruments for tropical forest conservation . Hamburg: Thünen Institute of Forestry, 1 p, Project Brief Thünen Inst 2023/29a, DOI:10.3220/PB1686554505000
  • Ferrer Velasco R, Lippe M, Fischer R, Torres B, Tamayo F, Kanungwe Kalaba F, Kaoma H, Bugayong L, Günter S (2023) Reconciling policy instruments with drivers of deforestation and forest degradation : cross-scale analysis of stakeholder perceptions in tropical countries. Sci Rep 13:2180, DOI:10.1038/s41598-023-29417-y
  • Fischer R, Lippe M, Dolom P, Kanungwe Kalaba F, Tamayo F, Torres B (2023) Effectiveness of policy instrument mixes for forest conservation in the tropics - stakeholder perceptions from Ecuador, the Philippines and Zambia. Land Use Pol 127:106546, DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2023.106546
  • Troost C, Huber R, Bell AR, van Delden H, Filatova T, Le QB, Lippe M, Niamir L, Polhill JG, Sun Z, Berger T (2023) How to keep it adequate: A protocol for ensuring validity in agent-based simulation. Environ Modelling Software 159:105559, DOI:10.1016/j.envsoft.2022.105559

Publications 2022

  • Nansikombi H (2022) Forest governance and its links with deforestation and forest recovery at the local scale in the tropics. München: Technische Universität München, München, Technische Universität, Fakultät Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan, Diss
  • Mapping tropical forests: implications and challenges for deforested landscapes and forest restoration. Examples from Zambia, Ecuador and Philippines: [paper for] XV World Forestry Congress, Coex, Soul, Republic of Korea, 2-6 May 2022. 9 p
    Weber R, Lippe M, Günter S (2022)
  • Towards accurate mapping of forest in tropical landscapes: A comparison of datasets on how forest transition matters
    Ferrer Velasco R, Lippe M, Tamayo F, Mfuni T, Sales-Come R, Mangabat C, Schneider T, Günter S (2022)
    Remote Sensing of Environment 274, 112997

Publications · 2021

  • Forest resources and land use change in Zambia: Examining the relationship between household-level attributes, contextual factors, deforestation and forest degradation, and their implications for livelihoods. München: Technische Universität München, 154 p, München, Technische Univ, Diss
    Kazungu M
  • Effects of household-level attributes and agricultural land-use on deforestation patterns along a forest transition gradient in the Miombo landscapes, Zambia
    Ecol Econ 186:107070, DOI:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2021.107070
    Kazungu M, Ferrer Velasco R, Zhunusova E, Lippe M, Kabwe G, Gumbo DJ, Günter S (2021)
    Project brief 2021/25a EN
  • Household-level determinants of participation in forest support programmes in the Miombo landscapes, Zambia. Sustainability 13(5):2713, DOI:10.3390/su13052713
    Kazungu M, Zhunusova E, Kabwe G, Günter S (2021)
    Project brief 2021/14 EN
  • Research trends: Tropical dry forests: The neglected research agenda? Forest Pol Econ 122:102333
    Jobst-Michael Schröder
    et al. 2021

Publications · Project brief · 2020

  • Exploring patterns of forest governance quality: Insights from forest frontier communities in Zambia´s Miombo ecoregion. Land Use Policy, 99, 104866.
    Hellen Nansikombi et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/17 EN
  • Forest use strategies and their determinants among rural households in the Miombo woodlands of the Copperbelt Province, Zambia. Forest Policy and Economics 111, 102078
    Moses Kazungu et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/12
  • Deforestation drivers in the tropics, do jurisdictional scale and context matter?
    Rubén Ferrer Velasco et al.2020
    Project brief 2020/08
  • Improved governance helps reducing tropical deforestation
    Richard Fischer et al. 2020
    Project brief 2020/02

Publications · 2019

  • Examining relationships in forest governance quality: insights from forest frontier communities in Zambia's Miombo ecoregion : Paper prepared for presentation at the "2019 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty" ; The World Bank - Washington DC, March 25-29, 2019. 19 p
    Hellen Nansikombi et al. 2019
  • Using agent-based modelling to simulate social-ecological systems across scales. Geoinformatica 23(2):269-298
    Melvin Lippe et al. 2019

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