land use change
Cropland abandonment in the community-forestry landscape in the middle hills of Nepal
This paper aims to understand how feedbacks from the natural system influence cropland-use decisions at the household level in the human system, focusing on cropland abandonment under community forest management in Nepal.
Divergent social-ecological outcomes of payments for ecosystem services
Related publications reforestaion policy, labor migration, and forest dynamics (Zhang et al. 2020)
Interaction between land use change and labor migration under forest conservation
Examining the effects of green revolution led agricultural expansion on net ecosystem service values in India using multiple valuation approaches
Examining effects of climate change and land use dynamic on biophysical and economic values of ecosystem services of a natural reserve region
Responses of ecosystem services to natural and anthropogenic forcings in the world's largest mangrove ecosystem
An efficient approach to capture continuous impervious surface dynamics using spatial-temporal rules and dense Landsat time series stacks
Effects of payment for ecosystem services and agricultural subsidy programs on rural household land use decisions in China: Synergy or trade-off?
Projections of future land use changes: Multiple scenarios-based impacts analysis on ecosystem services for Wuhan city, China
Rural settlement expansion and paddy soil loss across an ex-urbanizing watershed in eastern coastal China during market transition