From Separation to Integration

Land-change processes are often mapped as isolated processes (e.g., agricultural intensification). However, multiple process-ses often co-occur (e.g., intensification & abandonment). Ignoring feedbacks and interlinkages between multiple processes likely misses opportunities for systemic & integrative solutions. I am developing new ways of identifying and analyzing multiple land-change processes in an integrative way.

Selected publications under this research theme

(2023). Linking disturbance history to current forest structure to assess the impact of disturbances in tropical dry forests.. Forest Ecology and Management 539, 120989.


(2022). Frontier metrics for a process-based understanding of deforestation dynamics. Environmental Research Letters 17, 095010.

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