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Publications

  1. Sophat, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Thapa, G. Monitoring biodiversity and biological resources in Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve, Cambodia: a comparison of external and local systems. Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management (in press).

  2. Vliet, N., Mertz, O., Heinimann, A., Langake, Adams, C., Messerli, P., Leisz, S., Pascual, U., Schmook, B., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Castella, J.-C., Joergensen, L., Birch-Thosen, T., Hett, C., Bech-Bruun, T., Ickowitz, A., Vu., K.C., Yasuyuki, K., Fox., Dressler, W., Padoch, C., Ziegler, A.D.: Trends,drivers and impacts of changes in swidden cultivation in tropical forest-agriculture frontiers: a global assessment. Global Environmental Change (in press).

  3. Katel, O.N., Schmidt-Vogt, D.: Forest resource use by local residents in Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park, Bhutan: Practices and perceptions of constraint. Mountain Research and Development (in press).

  4. Manandhar, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Perret, S.,Kazama, F. 2011: Adapting cropping systems to climate change in Nepal: a cross-regional study of perceptions and practices. Regional Environmental Change 11 (2): 335-348.

  5. Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2010: Social forestry. In: Warf, B. (ed.): Encyclopaedia of Geography. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications: vol. 5, pp. 2563-2564.

  6. Pongsai, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Shresta, R., Clemente, R., Eiumnoh, A. 2010: Calibration and validation of MUSLE for estimating sediment yield on sloping plots: a case study in Khun Satan catchment of Northern Thailand. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. Vol. 90 (4), pp. 585-596.

  7. Udayakumara, E.P.N., Shresta, R.P., Samarakoon, L., Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2010. People’s perception and socioeconomic determinants of soil erosion: a case study of Samanalawewa Watershed, Sri Lanka. International Journal of Sediment Research 25 (4), pp. 323-339.

  8. Pongsai, S., Shresta, R.P., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Clemente, R., Tripathi, N.K., Trelo-Ges, V., Paramee, S. 2010. GIS-base DSS for Optimal Multiobjectives Erosion Management: A case study of the Huai Talupkup Watershed, Thailand. International Journal of Geoinformatics 6 (3), pp. 67-78.

  9. Wangpakapattanawong,P., Kavinchan, N. , Vaidhayakarn,C., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Elliott, S. 2010: Fallow to forest: applying indigenous and scientific knowledge to tropical forest restoration. Forest Ecology and Management 260, pp. 1399-1406.

  10. Wangpakapattanawong, P., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Kavinchan, N., Elliott, S. 2010. Integrating traditional and scientific knowledge of forest regeneration in swidden cultivation systems of Northern Thailand for tropical forest restoration. GLP (Global Land Project)-Newsletter 6, pp. 3-5.

  11. Shresta, R., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Gnanavelrajah, N. 2010. Relating plant diversity to biomass and soil erosion in a cultivated landscape of the eastern seaboard region of Thailand. Applied Geography (published online).

  12. Roy, R., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Myrholt, O. 2009: “Humla Development Activities” for better livelihoods in the face of isolation and conflict. Mountain Research and Development 29 (3), pp.211-219.

  13. Epprecht M., Heinimann A., Messerli P., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Wiesmann U.  2010. Accessibility as a determinant of environmental dynamics and socio-economic disparities in mainland Southeast Asia. In: Hurni, H., Wiesmann, U. (eds.; with an international group of co-eds.): Global change and sustainable development: a synthesis of regional experiences from research partnerships. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) North-South, University of Bern, Vol. 5. Bern, Switzerland: Geographica Bernensia, pp. 371-384.

  14. Schmidt-Vogt, D., Leisz, S., Mertz, O., Heinimann, A., Thiha, Messerli, P., Epprecht, M., Cu, P.V., Chi, V.K., Hardiono, M., Truong, D.M. 2009: An assessment of trends in the extent of swidden in Southeast Asia. Human Ecology 37 (3), pp. 269-280.

  15. Rerkasem, K., Lawrence, D., Padoch, C., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Ziegler, A.D., Brun, T.B. 2009: Consequences of swidden transitions for crop and fallow biodiversity in Southeast Asia. Human Ecology 37 (3), 281-289.

  16. Mertz, O., Leisz, S., Heinimann, A., Rerkasem, K., Thiha, Dressler, W., Pham Van Cu, Vu Kim Chi, Schmidt-Vogt, D., Colfer, C.J.P., Epprecht, M., Padoch, C. 2009: Demography of swidden cultivators in Southeast Asia. Human Ecology 37 (3), 347-360.

  17. Podchong, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Honda, K. 2009: An improved approach for identifying suitable habitat of Sambar Deer (Cervus unicolor, Kerr) using ecological niche analysis and environmental categorization: case study at Phu-Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. Ecological Modelling 220, pp. 2103-2114.

  18. Mahdi, Shivakoti, G., Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2009: Livelihood change and livelihood sustainability in the uplands of Lembang sub-watershed, West Sumatra, Indonesia, in a changing natural resources management context. In: Environmental Management 43 (1), pp. 84-99.

  19. Khadka, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2008: Integrating biodiversity conservation and addressing economic needs: an experience with Nepal’s community forestry. In: Local Environment 13 (1), pp. 1-13.

  20. Gnanavelrajah, N., Shresta, R., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Samarakoon, L. 2008: Carbon stock assessment and soil carbon management in agricultural land uses in Thailand. In: Land Degradation and Development 19 (3), pp. 242-256.

  21. Heinimann, A., Messerli, P., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Wiesmann, U. 2007: The dynamics of secondary forest landscapes in the Lower Mekong Basin: a regional scale analysis. In: Mountain Research and Development 27 (3), pp. 232-241.

  22. Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2007: Relict emergents in swidden fallows of the Lawa in North Thailand. In: Cairns, M. (ed.): Voices from the forest: integrating indigenous knowledge into sustainable farming, pp. 38-54. Washington RFF Press.

  23. Tipraqsa, P., Craswell, E.T., Noble, A.D., Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2007: Resource integration for multiple benefits: multifunctionality of integrated farming systems in Northeast Thailand. In: Agricultural Systems 94, pp. 694-703.

  24. Wong, T., Delang, C.,O., Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2007: What is a forest? Competing meanings and the politics of forest classification in Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. In: Geoforum 38, pp. 643-654.

  25. Jiang, Y., Kang, M., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Shresta, R. 2007: Identification of agricultural factors for improving sustainable land resource management in northern Thailand: a case study in Chiang Mai Province. In: The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 14 (4), pp. 382-390.

  26. Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2006. Comment on „Gernot Brodnig: Biodiversity Conservation and the MDGs“. In: Regional Development Dialogue, 27 (1), pp. 9-11.

  27. Schmidt-Vogt, D., Shresta, R. 2006. Role of geospatial technologies in training for sustainable natural resources management in Asia. In: GIS Development Weekly 2 (19).

  28. Yixin Zhu; Jianchu Xu; Mortimer PE* (2011) The influence of seed and oil storage on the acid levels of rubber seed oil, derived from Hevea brasiliensis grown in Xishuangbanna, China. Energy 36: 5403-5408* Corresponding author

  29. Mortimer PE, Pérez-Fernández MA, Valentine AJ (2011) Arbuscular mycorrhiza maintains nodule function during external NH4+ supply in Phaseolus vulgaris (L.). Mycorrhiza, DOI 10.1007/s00572-011-0396-9

  30. Mortimer PE, Pérez-Fernández MA, Valentine AJ (2009) Arbuscular mycorrhizae affect the N and C economy of nodulated Phaseolus vulgaris (L.) during NH4+ nutrition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41: 2115-2121

  31. Mortimer PE, Perez-Fernandez MA, Valentine AJ (2008) Photosynthetic and respiratory C costs of N and P nutrition in the dual symbiosis of a mycorrhizal legume. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40: 1091-1027

  32.Valentine AJ, Mortimer PE, Lintnaar M, Borgo R (2006) Photosynthetic and nutritional responses of drought stressed arbuscular mycorrhizal grapevines. Symbiosis Journal Vol. 41 (3) pp. 127-134

  33. Yu H, Luedeling E, Xu JC, 2010. Winter and spring warming result in delayed spring phenology on the Tibetan Plateau. Proceedings of National Academy of Science, USA (PNAS): 107(51):22151-56

  34. Yu HY, Joshi PK, Das KK, Chauniyal DD, Melick D, Yang XF, Xu JC, 2008. Land use/cover change and environmental vulnerability analysis in Birahi Ganga sub-watershed of the Garhwal Himalaya, India. Tropical Ecology 48(2):241

  35.Weckerle CS, Yongping Y, Huber FK and Li Q. 2010*. People, money, and protected areas: the collection of the caterpillar mushroom Ophiocordyceps sinensis in the Baima Xueshan Nature Reserve, Southwest China. Biodiversity and Conservation. 19. (9)P. 2685-2698. * Corresponding author

  REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS*

  1. Manandhar, S., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Perret, S.,Kazama, F. 2011: Adapting cropping systems to climate change in Nepal: a cross-regional study of perceptions and practices. Regional Environmental Change 11 (2): 335-348.

  2. Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2010: Social forestry. In: Warf, B. (ed.): Encyclopaedia of Geography. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications: vol. 5, pp. 2563-2564.

  3. Schmidt-Vogt, D., Leisz, S., Mertz, O., Heinimann, A., Thiha, Messerli, P., Epprecht, M., Cu, P.V., Chi, V.K., Hardiono, M., Truong, D.M. 2009: An assessment of trends in the extent of swidden in Southeast Asia. Human Ecology 37 (3), pp. 269-280.

  4. Schmidt-Vogt, D. 2007: Relict emergents in swidden fallows of the Lawa in North Thailand. In: Cairns, M. (ed.): Voices from the forest: integrating indigenous knowledge into sustainable farming, pp. 38-54. Washington RFF Press.

  5. Heinimann, A., Messerli, P., Schmidt-Vogt, D., Wiesmann, U. 2007: The dynamics of secondary forest landscapes in the Lower Mekong Basin: a regional scale analysis. In: Mountain Research and Development 27 (3), pp. 232-241.

  * I am not corresponding author in publications 1 and 5 which have been co-authored with doctoral students who, according to the regulations of their universities, were required to act as corresponding authors.

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