Ole Mertz
Ole Mertz
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Farmers’ perceptions of climate change and agricultural adaptation strategies in rural Sahel
O Mertz, C Mbow, A Reenberg, A Diouf
Environmental management 43 (5), 804-816, 2009
7682009
Trends, drivers and impacts of changes in swidden cultivation in tropical forest-agriculture frontiers: a global assessment
N Van Vliet, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Langanke, U Pascual, B Schmook, ...
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 418-429, 2012
3782012
Adaptation to climate change in developing countries
O Mertz, K Halsnæs, JE Olesen, K Rasmussen
Environmental management 43 (5), 743-752, 2009
3672009
Swidden change in Southeast Asia: understanding causes and consequences
O Mertz, C Padoch, J Fox, RA Cramb, SJ Leisz, NT Lam, TD Vien
Human Ecology 37 (3), 259-264, 2009
2532009
Land system science and sustainable development of the earth system: A global land project perspective
PH Verburg, N Crossman, EC Ellis, A Heinimann, P Hostert, O Mertz, ...
Anthropocene 12, 29-41, 2015
1692015
The demise of swidden in Southeast Asia? Local realities and regional ambiguities
C Padoch, K Coffey, O Mertz, SJ Leisz, J Fox, RL Wadley
Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography 107 (1), 29-41, 2007
1652007
Carbon outcomes of major land‐cover transitions in SE Asia: great uncertainties and REDD+ policy implications
AD Ziegler, J Phelps, JQ Yuen, EL Webb, D Lawrence, JM Fox, TB Bruun, ...
Global change biology 18 (10), 3087-3099, 2012
1522012
Ecosystem services and biodiversity in developing countries
O Mertz, HM Ravnborg, GL Lövei, I Nielsen, CC Konijnendijk
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (10), 2729-2737, 2007
1282007
Land System Science: between global challenges and local realities
PH Verburg, KH Erb, O Mertz, G Espindola
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 5 (5), 433-437, 2013
1262013
An assessment of trends in the extent of swidden in Southeast Asia
D Schmidt-Vogt, SJ Leisz, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Thiha, P Messerli, ...
Human Ecology 37 (3), 269, 2009
1252009
Land system change and food security: towards multi-scale land system solutions
PH Verburg, O Mertz, KH Erb, H Haberl, W Wu
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 5 (5), 494-502, 2013
1172013
The relationship between length of fallow and crop yields in shifting cultivation: a rethinking
O Mertz
Agroforestry systems 55 (2), 149-159, 2002
1172002
The history of environmental change and adaptation in eastern Saloum–Senegal—Driving forces and perceptions
C Mbow, O Mertz, A Diouf, K Rasmussen, A Reenberg
Global and Planetary Change 64 (3-4), 210-221, 2008
1142008
Trends in shifting cultivation and the REDD mechanism
O Mertz
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1 (2), 156-160, 2009
1052009
Adaptation strategies and climate vulnerability in the Sudano‐Sahelian region of West Africa
O Mertz, C Mbow, A Reenberg, L Genesio, EF Lambin, S D'haen, ...
Atmospheric Science Letters 12 (1), 104-108, 2011
982011
Climate factors play a limited role for past adaptation strategies in West Africa
O Mertz, C Mbow, JØ Nielsen, A Maiga, D Diallo, A Reenberg, A Diouf, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
962010
Adaptation of human coping strategies in a small island society in the SW pacific—50 years of change in the coupled human–environment system on Bellona, Solomon Islands
A Reenberg, T Birch-Thomsen, O Mertz, B Fog, S Christiansen
Human Ecology 36 (6), 807-819, 2008
932008
Local land use strategies in a globalizing world: Subsistence farming, cash crops and income diversification
O Mertz, RL Wadley, AE Christensen
Agricultural systems 85 (3), 209-215, 2005
922005
A fresh look at shifting cultivation: fallow length an uncertain indicator of productivity
O Mertz, RL Wadley, U Nielsen, TB Bruun, CJP Colfer, A de Neergaard, ...
Agricultural Systems 96 (1-3), 75-84, 2008
872008
Linking yields of upland rice in shifting cultivation to fallow length and soil properties
TB Bruun, O Mertz, B Elberling
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 113 (1-4), 139-149, 2006
872006
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