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Developing a science of land change: challenges and methodological issues.
Land-change science has emerged as a foundational element of global environment change and sustainability science. Expand
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The phosphorus transfer continuum: linking source to impact with an interdisciplinary and multi-scaled approach.
This critical review introduces a template that links phosphorus (P) sources and mobilisation processes to the delivery of P to receiving waters where deleterious impact is of concern. Expand
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Contemporary interdisciplinary research on human-induced global environmental change recognizes two broad and overlapping fields of study (67). That of industrial metabolism investigates the flow ofExpand
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Global land-use/land-cover change: towards an integrated study
Human actions are altering the terrestrial environment at unprecedented rates, magnitudes, and spatial scales. Landcover change stemming from human land uses represents a major source and a majorExpand
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No . 0105 The causes of land-use and landcover change : Moving beyond the myths
Common understanding of the causes of land-use and land-cover change is dominated by simplifications which, in turn, underlie many environment-development policies. This article tracks some of theExpand
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