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Jaquet, Stéphanie; Ebneter, Laura; Eugster, Andreas; Hurni, Kaspar (2019). Ewaso Ng’iro North basin Connecting upstream and downstream communities: Shaping sustainable futures for nature and people. In: Storymap. Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Wyss Academy for Nature, University of Bern

Jaquet, Stéphanie; Eugster, Andreas; Ebneter, Laura; Hurni, Kaspar; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). Madre de Dios A biodiversity hotspot under threat: Shaping sustainable futures for nature and people. In: Storymap. Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Wyss Academy for Nature, University of Bern

Hurni, Kaspar; Zeleke, Gete; Kassie, Menale; Tegegne, Berhan; Kassawmar, Tibebu; Teferi, Ermias; Moges, Aderajew; Tadesse, Deme; Ahmed, Mohamed; Degu, Yohannes; Kebebew, Zeleke; Hodel, Elias; Amdihun, Ahmed; Mekuriaw, Asnake; Debele, Berhanu; Deichert, Georg; Hurni, Hans (eds.) (2015). Economics of Land Degradation (ELD) Ethiopia Case Study: Soil degradation and sustainable land management in the rainfed agricultural areas of Ethiopia: An assessment of the economic implications. Bonn, Deutschland: Water and Land Resource Centre (WLRC); Centre for Development and Environment (CDE); Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Zeleke, Gete; Kassawmar, Tibebu; Assfaw, Woldie; Heinimann, Andreas; Hurni, Kaspar; Hurni, Hans; Debele, Berhanu (2012). The changing environment: Spatiotemporal analysis of landscape transformation along major development axes in Ethiopia. In: International Conference on Research for Development (ICRD). Research for Global Transformation. Bern: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)

Hett, Cornelia; Hurni, Kaspar; Heinimann, Andreas; Mueller, Daniel (2010). Assessing landscape changes in Laos using MODIS Enhanced Vegetation Index (Unpublished). In: Integrated Training and Capitalising on Experience (ITC). Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 01.09.-12.09.2010.

Messerli, Peter; Heinimann, Andreas; Epprecht, Michael; Hurni, Kaspar (2009). The poverty-environment nexus in the Lao PDR: spatial patterns of development contexts from a meso-scale perspective. In: Vulnerability of Land Systems in Asia: The Global Land Project Workshop of IHDP. Beijing, China. 15.06.-17.06.2009.


Fox, Jefferson; Saksena, Sumeet; Hurni, Kaspar; Van Den Hoek, Jamon; Smith, Alexander Cuthbert; Chhetri, Ram; Sharma, Pitamber (2019). Mapping and Understanding Changes in Tree Cover in Nepal: 1992 to 2016. Journal of forest and livelihood, 18(1) ForestAction Nepal

Hurni, Kaspar; Van Den Hoek, Jamon; Fox, Jefferson (2019). Assessing the spatial, spectral, and temporal consistency of topographically corrected Landsat time series composites across the mountainous forests of Nepal. Remote sensing of environment, 231, p. 111225. Elsevier 10.1016/j.rse.2019.111225

Fox, Jefferson; Nghiem, Tuyen; Kimkong, Ham; Hurni, Kaspar; Baird, Ian G. (2018). Large-scale land concessions, migration, and land use: The paradox of industrial estates in the Red River Delta of Vietnam and rubber plantations of Northeast Cambodia. Land, 7(2), p. 77. MDPI 10.3390/land7020077

Kassawmar Nigussie, Tibebu; Eckert, Sandra; Hurni, Kaspar; Zeleke, Gete; Hurni, Hans (2018). Reducing landscape heterogeneity for improved land use and land cover (LULC) classification across the large and complex Ethiopian Highlands. Geocarto international, 33(1), pp. 53-69. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/10106049.2016.1222637

Hurni, Kaspar; Fox, Jefferson (2018). The expansion of tree-based boom crops in mainland Southeast Asia: 2001 to 2014. Journal of land use science, 13(1-2), pp. 198-219. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/1747423X.2018.1499830

Mekuriaw, Asnake; Heinimann, Andreas; Hurni, Hans; Hurni, Kaspar (2017). An automated method for mapping physical soil and water conservation structures on cultivated land using GIS and remote sensing techniques. Journal of geographical sciences, 27(1), pp. 79-94. Springer 10.1007/s11442-017-1365-9

Hurni, Kaspar; Schneider, Annemarie; Heinimann, Andreas; Nong, Duong; Fox, Jefferson (2017). Mapping the Expansion of Boom Crops in Mainland Southeast Asia Using Dense Time Stacks of Landsat Data. Remote sensing, 9(4), p. 320. Molecular Diversity Preservation International MDPI 10.3390/rs9040320

Heinimann, Andreas; Mertz, Ole; Frolking, Steve; Egelund Christensen, Andreas; Hurni, Kaspar; Sedano, Fernando; Parsons Chini, Louise; Sahajpal, Ritvik; Hansen, Matthew; Hurtt, George (2017). A global view of shifting cultivation: Recent, current, and future extent. PLoS ONE, 12(9), e0184479. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0184479

Subhatu, Alemtsehay Teklay; Lemann, Tatenda; Hurni, Kaspar; Portner, Brigitte; Kassawmar, Tibebu; Zeleke, Gete; Hurni, Hans (2017). Deposition of eroded soil on terraced croplands in Minchet catchment, Ethiopian Highlands. International soil and water conservation research, 5(3), pp. 212-220. Elsevier 10.1016/j.iswcr.2017.05.008

Hurni, Kaspar; Hett, Corelia; Epprecht, Michael; Messerli, Peter; Heinimann, Andreas (2013). A Texture-based land cover classification for the delineation of a shifting cultivation landscape in the Lao PDR using landscape metrics. Remote sensing, 5(7), pp. 3377-3396. Molecular Diversity Preservation International MDPI 10.3390/rs5073377

Hurni, Kaspar; Hett, Cornelia; Heinimann, Andreas; Messerli, Peter; Wiesmann, Urs (2013). Dynamics of Shifting Cultivation Landscapes in Northern Lao PDR Between 2000 and 2009 Based on an Analysis of MODIS Time Series and Landsat Images. Human ecology, 41(1), pp. 21-36. New-York, NY: Springer US; 10.1007/s10745-012-9551-y

Heinimann, Andreas; Hett, Cornelia; Hurni, Kaspar; Messerli, Peter; Epprecht, Michael; Jørgensen, Lars; Breu, Thomas Michael (2013). Socio-Economic Perspectives on Shifting Cultivation Landscapes in Northern Laos. Human ecology, 41(1), pp. 51-62. Springer US; 10.1007/s10745-013-9564-1

Hett, Cornelia; Heinimann, Andreas; Epprecht, Michael; Messerli, Peter; Hurni, Kaspar (2012). Carbon pools and poverty peaks in Lao PDR. Mountain Research and Development, 32(4), pp. 390-399. Boulder, Colo.: International Mountain Society 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-12-00065.1

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