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Combining top-down and bottom-up dynamics in land use modeling: exploring the future of abandoned farmlands in Europe with the Dyna-CLUE model
Land use change is the result of interactions between processes operating at different scales. Simulation models at regional to global scales are often incapable of including locally determinedExpand
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Determinants of Land-Use Change Patterns in the Netherlands
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Land-use-change patterns are the result of the complex interaction between the human and the physical environment. Expand
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Downscaling of land use change scenarios to assess the dynamics of European landscapes
Europe's rural areas are expected to witness massive and rapid changes in land use due to changes in demography, global trade, technology and enlargement of the European Union. Changes in demand forExpand
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A method to analyse neighbourhood characteristics of land use patterns
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This paper introduces an empirical method to analyse the neighbourhood characteristics of land use. Expand
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Used planet: A global history
Human use of land has transformed ecosystem pattern and process across most of the terrestrial biosphere, a global change often described as historically recent and potentially catastrophic for bothExpand
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From land cover change to land function dynamics: a major challenge to improve land characterization.
Land cover change has always had a central role in land change science. This central role is largely the result of the possibilities to map and characterize land cover based on observations andExpand
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A multi-scale, multi-model approach for analyzing the future dynamics of European land use
Europe’s rural areas are expected to witness massive and rapid changes in land use due to changes in demography, global trade, technology and enlargement of the European Union. Changes in demand forExpand
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Mapping ecosystem services demand: A review of current research and future perspectives
Abstract Mapping the demand for ecosystem services (ES) has received increased attention in scientific research and is seen as a relevant tool to inform conservation planning, land use planning andExpand
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Ecosystem service values for mangroves in Southeast Asia: A meta-analysis and value transfer applicatio
Abstract This paper examines the value of ecosystem services provided by mangroves. It presents a meta-analysis of the economic valuation literature and applies the estimated value function to assessExpand
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