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Gender influences decisions to change land use practices in the tropical forest margins of Jambi, Indonesia. Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change.. 2013.
Environmental Services and Land Use Change in Southeast Asia: From Recognition to Regulation or Reward? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 104:229-244.. 2004.
Opportunities for Avoided Deforestation with Sustainable Benefits.. An Interim Report by the ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins. :52.. 2007.
The Effects of Scales, Flows and Filters on Property Rights and Collective Action in Watershed Management.. CAPRi Working Paper No. 16. :35.. 2001.
Erosion and Sedimentation as Multiscale, Fractal Processes: Implications for Models, Experiments and the Real World.. Soil Erosion at Multiple Scales, Principles and Methods for Assessing Causes and Impacts.. :223-253.. 1998.
Soil Aspects of the Indonesian Benchmark Area of the Global Project on Alternatives to Slash and Burn.. Proc. Balikpapan Conference on Forest Soils Vol. 2: 33-69.. :33-69.. 1995.
Soil Carbon Dynamics in the Humid Tropical Forest Zone.. Geoderma. 79(1-4):187-225.. 1997.
Reducing emissions from land use in Indonesia: motivation, policy instruments and expected funding streams. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change .. 2013.
Belowground Biodiversity and Sustainability of Complex Agroecosystems.. ASB Indonesia Report No. 9. :8-28.. 1999.
What Can a Clean Development Mechanism Do to Enhance Trees in the Land scape? Experience with Rubber, Coffee and Timber-based Agroforestry Systems in Indonesia. Carbon forestry: Who will benefit?Proceedings of workshop on carbon sequestration and sustainable livelihoods. :92-111.. 2005.