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Ponraj Arumugam 06/2018 An integrated approach for real-time quantitative assessment of crop growth to support crop insurance schemes in India H. Lotze-Campen HU Berlin
Felicitas Beier 01/2019 Analysis and evaluation of policy instruments for an economically efficient and environmentally sustainable water use in agriculture considering socio-economic impacts and equity H. Lotze-Campen HU Berlin
Marie Brunel 01/2018 Modelling the role of grassland fire on Brasilian land use change H. Lotze-Campen HU Berlin
Carlos Fernandez Palomino 03/2018 Multi-objective hydrology model calibration for improved hydrological processes characterization in the upper Amazon River F. Hattermann Uni Potsdam
Svenja Fluhrer 06/2019 Household adaptation to climate change H. Lotze-Campen HU Berlin
11/2014 Modeling the impact of agricultural management practices on global soil degradation C. Müller HU Berlin
01/2015 Urban growth dynamics and climate change J. Kropp Uni Potsdam
01/2015 A global assessment of heat-mortality relationships impacting urban population J. Kropp Uni Potsdam
David Milan Landholm Haight 04/2015 Climate change mitigation potential through land use change
J. Kropp Uni Potsdam
Rahel Laudien 04/2018 Seasonal forecasting of crop yields to support agricultural risk management and the design of crop insurances in Tanzania H. Lotze-Campen Uni Potsdam
Yunfei Li 10/2016 Modeling urban climate in view of past and future urbanization as well as mono- and polycentrism J. Kropp Uni Potsdam

Evaluating the impact of agricultural management strategies on soil nutrient dynamics at a global scale
(Submitted 28.11.2019)

C. Müller HU Berlin
Mats Mahnken 06/2019 Resilience of forest ecosystem services - effects of varying management and uncertain extents of climatic shifts with associated disturbance regime transformation in Europe C. Reyer TU Dresden
Gina Maskell 11/2019 Integrating remote sensing and mixed social science methods for studying climate impact & adaptation in tropical agroecosystems C. Gornott HU Berlin
11/2014 Patterns of Global Crop Management Systems for Assessment of Global Change C. Müller HU Berlin
05/2011 Scenario analysis for integrated environmental assessments at regional scale in Africa F. Hattermann Uni Potsdam
Anastassi Stefanova 01/2012 Impact assessment of climate change and socio-economic changes on water quantity and quality at the drainage basin scale V. Krysanova Free University of Brussels
Stephen Wirth 01/2019 Interactions of plant trait diversity and graying management in different climates: modelling forage supply by grassland ecosystems S. Rolinski Christian Albrechts Uni Kiel

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