Carrasco Bioecon Lab

Bioeconomic modeling for a sustainable future

Tag: Agriculture

Global Land Project Meeting

Roman, Yuchen, and Will traveled to Beijing to attend and present at the Global Land Project third Open Science Meeting (GLP 3rd OSM 2016).  The meeting took place from October 24 to October 27 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing. Here are a few photos:

 

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Will presenting

 

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Yuchen presenting

 

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Roman presenting

 

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Group photo

Closing oil palm yield gaps among Indonesian smallholders through industry schemes, pruning, weeding and improved seeds

Our paper “Closing oil palm yield gaps among Indonesian smallholders through industry schemes, pruning, weeding and improved seeds” has been published in Royal Society Open Science! See our publications.

Reconciling agricultural land use and forest ecosystem services

Our paper “Five challenges to reconcile agricultural land use and forest ecosystem services in Southeast Asia” has been accepted in Conservation Biology! See our list of publications

International trade damages tropical nature, study shows

Our research on the effects of international trade on nature in the tropics has been featured in Science Daily. Read the full story here.

 

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Pest risk in Southeast Asia

Our research on pest risk analysis in Southeast Asia has been accepted for publication in Risk Analysis: An International Journal! The article is called “A regional decision support scheme for pest risk analysis in Southeast Asia”. See our list of publications

Biodiversity as an economic value

Our research on valuation of ecosystem services published in Biological Conservation has been featured by CIFOR Forest News and Mongabay

 

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EME Lab at ATBC Asia-Pacific Chapter at Banda Aceh

3 EME Lab members presented at the Meeting: Roman with “Loss of ecosystem services through deforestation and trade-offs with agriculture”, Yi Hui with “Spatial correlates of human-tiger conflict in Hunchun, China”, and Dawn with “Effects of overgrazing and climate change on grassland sustainability in Chang Tang, Tibetan plateau, China”.

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Dawn and Yi Hui presenting at the meeting

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