Carola Paul
Carola Paul
Department of Forest Economics and Sustainable Land-use Planning, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
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Compositional diversity of rehabilitated tropical lands supports multiple ecosystem services and buffers uncertainties
T Knoke, C Paul, P Hildebrandt, B Calvas, LM Castro, F Härtl, M Döllerer, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
522016
Optimizing agricultural land-use portfolios with scarce data—A non-stochastic model
T Knoke, C Paul, F Härtl, LM Castro, B Calvas, P Hildebrandt
Ecological Economics 120, 250-259, 2015
462015
Agroforestry versus farm mosaic systems–Comparing land-use efficiency, economic returns and risks under climate change effects
C Paul, M Weber, T Knoke
Science of the Total Environment 587, 22-35, 2017
312017
Between land sharing and land sparing–what role remains for forest management and conservation?
C Paul, T Knoke
International Forestry Review 17 (2), 210-230, 2015
212015
Kohlenstoffbindung junger Aufforstungsflächen.
C Paul, M Weber, R Mosandl
192009
Climate change and mixed forests: how do altered survival probabilities impact economically desirable species proportions of Norway spruce and European beech?
C Paul, S Brandl, S Friedrich, W Falk, F Härtl, T Knoke
Annals of Forest Science 76 (1), 1-15, 2019
172019
Utilising portfolio theory in environmental research–New perspectives and considerations
BD Matthies, JB Jacobsen, T Knoke, C Paul, L Valsta
Journal of environmental management 231, 926-939, 2019
152019
Banning goats could exacerbate deforestation of the Ecuadorian dry forest–How the effectiveness of conservation payments is influenced by productive use options
WS Ochoa M, C Paul, LM Castro, L Valle, T Knoke
Erdkunde, 49-67, 2016
132016
Timber-based agrisilviculture improves financial viability of hardwood plantations: a case study from Panama
C Paul, VC Griess, N Havardi-Burger, M Weber
Agroforestry Systems 89 (2), 217-235, 2015
122015
Intercropping Cedrela odorata with shrubby crop species to reduce infestation with Hypsipyla grandella and improve the quality of timber
C Paul, M Weber
International Scholarly Research Notices 2013, 2013
112013
The role of economic diversification in forest ecosystem management
T Knoke, K Messerer, C Paul
Current Forestry Reports 3 (2), 93-106, 2017
92017
The influence of climate and management on survival probability for Germany’s most important tree species
S Brandl, C Paul, T Knoke, W Falk
Forest Ecology and Management 458, 117652, 2020
72020
Economic impact of growth effects in mixed stands of Norway spruce and European beech–A simulation based study
S Friedrich, C Paul, S Brandl, P Biber, K Messerer, T Knoke
Forest Policy and Economics 104, 65-80, 2019
72019
A critical view on benefit-cost analyses of silvicultural management options with declining discount rates
T Knoke, C Paul, F Härtl
Forest Policy and Economics 83, 58-69, 2017
72017
Accounting for multiple ecosystem services in a simulation of land‐use decisions: Does it reduce tropical deforestation?
T Knoke, C Paul, A Rammig, E Gosling, P Hildebrandt, F Härtl, T Peters, ...
Global change biology 26 (4), 2403-2420, 2020
62020
Effects of planting food crops on survival and early growth of timber trees in eastern Panama
C Paul, M Weber
New forests 47 (1), 53-72, 2016
62016
Timber-based Agrisilvicultural Systems to Facilitate Reforestation in Panama: A Silvicultural and Economic Evaluation
C Paul
62014
On the functional relationship between biodiversity and economic value
C Paul, N Hanley, ST Meyer, C Fürst, WW Weisser, T Knoke
Science advances 6 (5), eaax7712, 2020
52020
Cropping systems are homogenized by off-farm income–Empirical evidence from small-scale farming systems in dry forests of southern Ecuador
FH Härtl, C Paul, T Knoke
Land Use Policy 82, 204-219, 2019
52019
Use and misuse of the net present value in environmental studies
T Knoke, E Gosling, C Paul
Ecological Economics 174, 106664, 2020
42020
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