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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.
Watershed Economics and Policy.. National Workshop on Strategy for Watershed Management.. 1999.
Viewpoint: Decomposition Driven By Nature or Nurture? Applied Soil Ecology . 4 (1):1-3.. 1996.
Tree-Soil-Crop Interactions in Sequential and Simultaneous Agroforestry Systems.. Bergstrom L and Kirchmann H eds. Carbon and Nutrient Dynamics in Natural and Agricultural Tropical Ecosystems. :172-190.. 1998.
Towards a Landscape Approach for Reducing Emissions: A Substantive Report of the Reducing Emissions from All Land Uses (REALU) Project. A Substantive Report of the Reducing Emissions from All Land Uses (REALU) Project.. 2013.
Tolerance and Avoidance of Al toxicity by Mucuna pruriens var. utilis at Different Levels of P Supply.. Plant Soil Interactions at low pH. 171(1):243-247.. 1995.
Technological Change and Biodiversity in the Rubber Agroecosystem of Sumatra.. Tropical Agroecosystems: New Directions for Research. :133-157.. 2003.
Synchrony of Nutrient Release and Plant Demand: Nature of Plant Litter, Soil Environment and Farmer Management Options.. Plant Litter Decomposition.. :215-229.. 1997.
Sustainability of Tropical Land-Use Systems Following Forest Conversion.. Slash and Burn: The Search for Alternatives... 2005.
Stewardship Agreement to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD): Case Study from Lubuk Beringin’s Hutan Desa, Jambi Province, Sumatra, Indonesia.. The International Forestry Review. 12(4):349-360.. 2010.