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Kastner, Thomas German National Library

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Agricultural and forestry trade drives large share of tropical deforestation emissions Wikidata
Agricultural trade and virtual land use: The case of China's crop trade Wikidata
Beyond Inputs and Outputs: Opening the Black-Box of Land-Use Intensity Wikidata
Bias in the attribution of forest carbon sinks Wikidata
Biomass turnover time in terrestrial ecosystems halved by land use Wikidata
Challenges and opportunities in mapping land use intensity globally Wikidata
Changing demand for food, livestock feed and biofuels in the past and in the near future Wikidata
Corrigendum: Groundwater depletion embedded in international food trade. Wikidata
Cropland area embodied in international trade: Contradictory results from different approaches Wikidata
The dynamics of beef trade between Brazil and Russia and their environmental implications Wikidata
European dietary patterns and their associated land use: Variation between and within countries Wikidata
Evaluating the impacts of wood production and trade on bird extinction risks Wikidata
EXIOBASE 3: Developing a Time Series of Detailed Environmentally Extended Multi-Regional Input-Output Tables Wikidata
Exploring the biophysical option space for feeding the world without deforestation. Wikidata
A Forest Transition: Austrian Carbon Budgets 1830–2010 Wikidata
Global changes in diets and the consequences for land requirements for food Wikidata
Global cropland and greenhouse gas impacts of UK food supply are increasingly located overseas. Wikidata
Global effects of national biomass production and consumption: Austria's embodied HANPP related to agricultural biomass in the year 2000 Wikidata
Global patterns and trends of wood harvest and use between 1990 and 2010. - German National Library Wikidata
How Far Does the European Union Reach? Analyzing Embodied HANPP Wikidata
How Much Time Does a Farmer Spend to Produce My food? An International Comparison of the Impact of Diets and Mechanization Wikidata
Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production, Stocks and Flows of Carbon, and Biodiversity Wikidata
Increasing impacts of land use on biodiversity and carbon sequestration driven by population and economic growth Wikidata
International inequality of environmental pressures: Decomposition and comparative analysis Wikidata
International wood trade and forest change: A global analysis Wikidata
Interregional flows of ecosystem services: Concepts, typology and four cases Wikidata
Land use biodiversity impacts embodied in international food trade Wikidata
Linking country level food supply to global land and water use and biodiversity impacts: The case of Finland. Wikidata
Linking national wood consumption with global biodiversity and ecosystem service losses. Wikidata
LUCC in the Philippines over the 20th century: Links to population growth, food demand and trade Wikidata
Mapping and analysing cropland use intensity from a NPP perspective Wikidata
Quantification of uncertainties in global grazing systems assessment Wikidata
Quantifying Spatial Variation in Ecosystem Services Demand: A Global Mapping Approach Wikidata
Rapid growth in agricultural trade: effects on global area efficiency and the role of management Wikidata
The role of trade in the greenhouse gas footprints of EU diets Wikidata
Systemic Feedbacks in Global Land Use Wikidata
Total global agricultural land footprint associated with UK food supply 1986–2011 Wikidata
Tracing distant environmental impacts of agricultural products from a consumer perspective Wikidata
Trading forests: land-use change and carbon emissions embodied in production and exports of forest-risk commodities Wikidata
Trading Land: A Review of Approaches to Accounting for Upstream Land Requirements of Traded Products Wikidata
Trajectories in human domination of ecosystems: Human appropriation of net primary production in the Philippines during the 20th century Wikidata
Transformation scenarios towards a low-carbon bioeconomy in Austria Wikidata
Unexpectedly large impact of forest management and grazing on global vegetation biomass. Wikidata

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