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Workshop CARE Baakse Beek [Monograph]
2012
Verslag van de Workshop CARE Baakse Beek op 14-5-2012 in Zelhem. 'Baakse Beek' is een case study binnen het CARE-project (Climate Adaptation for Rural arEas). CARE gebruikt een Agent Based Model (ABM) om autonome response van landgebruikers (met name ...
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Workshop CARE Baakse Beek [Monograph]
2012
Verslag van de tweede stakeholderbijeenkomst van het CARE (Climate Adaptation for Rural Areas) project Baakse Beek op 10 december 2012.
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Scenarios of long-term farm structural change for application in climate change impact assessment \ Landscape ecology [Scientific article]
Mandryk, M. \ Reidsma, P. \ Ittersum, M.K. van \ 2012
Towards 2050, climate change is one of the possible drivers that will change the farming landscape, but market, policy and technological development may be at least equally important. In the last decade, many studies assessed impacts of climate chang ...
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An ecohydrological sketch of climate change impacts on water and natural ecosystems for the Netherlands: bridging the gap between science and society \ Hydrology and earth system sciences [Scientific article]
Witte, J.P.M. \ Runhaar, J. \ Ek, R. van \ Hoek, D.C.J. van der \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Batelaan, O. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Wassen, M.J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2012
For policy making and spatial planning, information is needed about the impacts of climate change on natural ecosystems. To provide this information, commonly hydrological and ecological models are used. We give arguments for our assessment that mode ...
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The influence of spatiotemporal variability and adaptations to hypoxia on empirical relationships between soil acidity and vegetation \ Ecohydrology [Scientific article]
Cirkel, D.G. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Nijp, J.J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2012
Soil acidity is well known to affect the species composition of natural vegetation. The physiological adaptations of plants to soil acidity and related toxicity effects and nutrient deficiencies are, however, complex, manifold and hard to measure. Th ...
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Integrated visions (part II): envisioning sustainable energy landscapes \ European planning studies [Scientific article]
Stremke, S. \ Koh, J. \ Neven, K. \ Boekel, A. \ 2012
Climate change and resource depletion are driving the transition to renewable energy sources. Both the supply of renewables and the demand for energy are influenced by the physical environment and therefore concern spatial planning and landscape desi ...
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Species in a dynamic world: consequences of habitat network dynamics on conservation planning \ Biological conservation [Scientific article]
Teeffelen, A.J.A. van \ Vos, C.C. \ Opdam, P.F.M. \ 2012
Habitat dynamics (habitat turnover due to natural perturbations or human activity) are commonplace, particularly in intensively used landscapes. Conservation planning requires an understanding of how spatio-temporal habitat dynamics and species chara ...
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Assessing climate change effects on European crop yields using the Crop Growth \ Agricultural and forest meteorology : an international journal [Scientific article]
Supit, I. \ Diepen, C.A. van \ Wit, A.J.W. de \ Wolf, J. \ Kabat, P. \ Baruth, B. \ Ludwig, F. \ 2012
Climate change impacts on potential and rainfed crop yields on the European continent were studied using output of three General Circulation Models and the Crop Growth Monitoring System in combination with a weather generator. Climate change impacts ...
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Integrated visions (part I): methodological framework for long-term regional design \ European planning studies [Scientific article]
Stremke, S. \ Kann, F. van \ Koh, J. \ 2012
The growing complexity of regional planning and design, in combination with increasing concerns about climate change and resource depletion, has revived the discussion on strategic thinking. Spatial planning and landscape architecture develop long-te ...
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A combination of functionally different plant traits provides a means to quantitatively predict a broad range of species assemblages in NW Europe \ Ecography : pattern and diversity in ecology / [issued by the Nordic Society Oikos] [Scientific article]
Douma, J.C. \ Aerts, R. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bekker, R.M. \ Kunzmann, D. \ Metselaar, K. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2012
Assembly theory predicts that filtering processes will select species by their attributes to build a community. Some filters increase functional similarity among species, while others lead to dissimilarity. Assuming converging processes to be dominan ...
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Process-based proxy of oxygen stress surpasses indirect ones in predicting vegetation characteristics \ Ecohydrology [Scientific article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Becker, P. de \ Aerts, R. \ 2012
Robust relationships among soil, water, atmosphere and plants are needed to reliably forecast the plant species composition. In this paper, we show the need for, and the application of, a process-based relationship between soil moisture conditions an ...
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Assessing farmers’ objectives : implications for adaptation \ 12th Congress of the European Society for Agronomy [Conference proceedings]
Mandryk, M. \ Groot, J.C.J. \ Kanellopoulos, A. \ Reidsma, P. \ Ittersum, M.K. van \ 2012
Short description of a study conducted with the aim to demonstrate how different objectives influence farmers' decision making as to changing their farming systems in order to adapt to climatic changes.
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Exploring adaptation strategies for climate change in the Netherlands: a bio-economic farm level analysis [Presentation]
Kanellopoulos, A. \ Reidsma, P. \ Wolf, J. \ Mandryk, M. \ Schaap, B. \ Ittersum, M. van \ 2012
PowerPoint presentation given at the European meeting of the international Microsimulation Association, Dublin, 17-19 May 2012.
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Drought stress and vegetation characteristics on dune slopes \ Sand dune and shingle network, Fourteenth newsletter, April 2012 [Article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Runhaar, J. \ 2012
Summary of an article in published in Ecohydology.
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Climate adaptation for rural areas [Brochure]
2012
Leaflet about 'Knowledge for Climate Theme 3: Climate Adaptation for Rural Areas', explaining its aims, research questions, insights, and case studies.
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Droogteminnende duinvegetatie zeer zuinig met water \ Website Stichting Duinbehoud [Article]
Witte, J.-P.M. \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Voortman, B. \ 2012
Samenvatting van een onderzoek naar het samenspel tussen klimaat, bodem, water en vegetatie in de duinen, bij toenemende droogte door klimaatverandering.
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Testing the effects of short-term extreme events on plants [Poster]
2012
Poster presented at the Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, 4 October 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Predicting nitrogen availability on a regional scale : on the necessity to include intricate interactions with local hydrology in a SOM model [Poster]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P. van \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Runhaar, H. \ Witte, F. \ 2012
Poster presented at the Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, 4 October 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Climate change adaptation in agriculture: multi-scale modelling and stakeholder participation in the Netherlands [Poster]
Schaap, B. \ Reidsma, P. van \ Ewert, F. \ Kanellopoulos, A. \ Mandryk, M. \ Verhagen, J. \ Wolf, J. \ Ittersum, M. van \ 2012
Poster presented at the Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, 4 October 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Climate change adaptation in agriculture: an integrated assessment [Poster]
Reidsma, P. van \ Schaap, B. \ Kanellopoulos, A. \ Ittersum, M. van \ 2012
Poster presented at the Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, 4 October 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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