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The 'Greatest Hits' is an ongoing project to identify and make available some of the most important literature related to ecoagriculture. While by no means comprehensive, the Ecoagriculture Greatest Hits is growing resource for researchers and innovators alike, and we hope that you will find it a useful starting point in your exploration. This list will be in a constant state of revision and we would very much appreciate any suggestions or comments sent to Seth Shames at sshames@ecoagriculture.org.

 

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1. Angelsen, A. and D. Kaimowitz, eds.
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Agricultural Technologies and Tropical Deforestation 2001
This book has been developed from a workshop on 'Technological Change in Agriculture and Tropical Deforestation',...

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2. Berendse, F., D. Chamberlain, D. Kleijn, and H. Schekkerman
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Declining Biodiversity in Agricultural Landscapes and the Effectiveness of Agri-environment Schemes 2004
Agricultural intensification, greatly accelerated as a result of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), has led to...

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3. Blann, K.
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Habitat in Agricultural Landscapes: How Much is Enough? 2006
Provides a comprehensive synthesis of current understanding regarding conservation of fish and wildlife habitat and...

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4. Buck, L.E., T. A. Gavin, D. R. Lee and N. T. Uphoff
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(Record #838)
Ecoagriculture: A Review and Assessment of its Scientific Foundations 2004
This report explores the three main objectives of ecoagriculture: 1) agricultural productivity, 2) biodiveristy...

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5. Buck, L. J. Lassoie, and E. Fernandes, eds.
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Agroforestry in Sustainable Agricultural Systems 1998
Examines the environmental and social conditions that affect the roles and performance of trees in field- and...

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6. Buck, L., C. Geisler, J. Schelhas, E. Wollenberg, eds.
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Biological Diversity: Balancing Interests Through Adaptive Collaborative Management 2001
Addresses the problem of how to balance local, national, and global interests in preserving the earth's biological...

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7. Campbell, A.
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Landcare - Communities Shaping the Land and the Future 1994
Book Description: Former National Landcare Facilitator, Andrew Campbell, wrote this book to introduce and exciting...

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8. Chivian, E., ed.
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Biodiversity: Its Importance to Human Health 2002
This report highlights the many linkages between biodiversity and human health. To enhance these linkages requires that...

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Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity: A Sourcebook 2003
The appreciation for agricultural biodiversity has grown and matured, resulting in an increasing awareness that its...

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10. Clay, J.
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World Agriculture and the Environment: A Commodity-by-Commodity Guide to Impacts and Practices 2004
Presents a unique assessment of agricultural commodity production and the environmental problems it causes, along with...

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11. Cunningham, A., Scherr, S., and J. McNeely
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(Record #846)
Matrix matters: Biodiversity Research for Rural Landscape Mosaics: Recommendations for a Joint CIFOR-ICRAF Initiative 2002
A joint CIFOR-ICRAF biodiversity initiative should aim to advance our understanding of, and capacity to manage...

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12. Daily, G.C., P. R. Ehrlich, and G. A. Sanchez-Azofeifa
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Countryside Biogeography: Use of Human-Dominated Habitats by the Avifauna of Southern Costa Rica 2001
Understanding the multifaceted relationship between biodiversity and land-use intensity is key to conservation policy....

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13. Deem, S. L., W.B. Karesh, and W. Weisman
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Putting Theory into Practice: Wildlife Health in Conservation 2001
Infectious and noninfectious diseases are being recognized by conservation biologists as an increasing challenge to the...

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14. Distefano, E.
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Human-Wildlife Conflict Worldwide: collection of case studies, analysis of management strategies and good practices 2005
This report provides an insight into the HWC issue, based on a selection of relevant case studies and gathers...

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15. Forman, R.T.T.
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Land Mosaics: The Ecology of Landscapes and Regions 1995
Animals, water, wind, and people flow at different rates according to spatial patterns common to almost all landscapes...

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16. Fox, J., D.M. Truong, A.T. Rambo, N.P. Tuyen, and L.T. Cuc
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Shifting Cultivation: A New Old Paradigm for Managing Tropical Forests 2000
This article seeks to describe the agroecosystems of a hamlet in northern Vietnam in which traditional...

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17. Gallup J.L. and J.D. Sachs
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Agriculture, Climate, and Technology: Why Are the Tropics Falling Behind? 2000
The tropics, sadly, continue to be a belt of poverty. The countries of the tropics all have low or middle incomes, with...

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18. Harvey, C.A.
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Windbreaks Enhance Seed Dispersal into Agricultural Landscapes in Monteverde, Costa Rica 2000
Planting windbreaks on degraded tropical lands may accelerate natural successional processes by attracting...

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19. Harvey, C.A. and W.A. Haber
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Remnant Trees and the Conservation of Biodiversity in Costa Rican Pastures 1998
Remnant trees may play an important role in conserving biodiversity within agricultural systems because they provide...

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20. Isely, C. and S. Scherr
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(Record #856)
Community Based Ecoagriculture Initiatives: Findings from the 2002 UNDP Equator Prize Nominations 2003
This report is the result of a joint research partnership between the UNDP Equator Initiative and Ecoagriculture...

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21. Jackson, D. and L. Jackson, eds.
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The Farm as Natural Habitat. Reconnecting Food Systems with Ecosystems 2002
Contributors to this groundbreaking collection of writings promote the idea that restoration of a relationship between...

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22. Jackson, L. K. Bawa, U. Pascual, and C. Perrings, eds.
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(Record #858)
Agro Biodiversity: A new science agenda for biodiversity in support of sustainable agroecosytems 2005
The goal of the agroBIODIVERSITY science plan and implementation strategy is to establish the scientific basis needed...

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23. Jackson, W. and L.L. Jackson
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Developing High Seed Yielding Perennial Polycultures as a Mimic of Mid-grass Prairie 1999
Over the past two decades, work at The Land Institute has aimed to develop sustainable farming as a functional mimic of...

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24. Janzen, D.
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(Record #860)
Gardenification of Wildland Nature and the Human Footprint 1998
Discusses the relationship between humans and wildland ecosystems. Wildland biodiversity and their ecosystems; Aspects...

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25. Jenkins, M., S. Scherr, and M. Inbar
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(Record #861)
Markets for Biodiversity Services: Potential Roles and Challenges 2004
New market based mechanisms are playing an increasing role in the financing of biodiversity conservation. These...

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26. Leakey, R.R.B.
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Agroforestry for Biodiversity in Farming Systems 1999
Agroforestry can be used to diversify and intensify farming systems through the integration of indigenous trees...

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27. Leakey, R.R.B. and Z. Tchoundjeu
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Diversification of Tree Crops: Domestication of Companion Crops for Poverty Reduction and Environmental Services 2001
New initiatives in agroforestry are seeking to integrate indigenous trees, whose products have traditionally been...

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28. Mas, A. and T. Dietsch
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Linking Shade Coffee Certification to Biodiversity Conservation: Butterflies and Birds in Chiapas, Mexico 2004
Shade coffee certification programs have emerged over the past six years to verify that coffee marketed as “shade...

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29. Matthews, E., R. Payne, S. Murray, and M. Rohweder
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(Record #866)
Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Forest Ecosystems 2000
Provides a "big picture" view of forest extent and change and the role of these ecosystems in industrial roundwood...

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30. McNeely, J and S. Scherr
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(Record #867)
Common Ground, Common Future: How Ecoagriculture can Feed the World and Save Wild Biodiversity 2001
This report analyses the links between agriculture and biodiversity. It highlights the findings of a major new study...

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31. McNeely, J.
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Assessment of the World's Efforts on Biodiversity 2003
Biodiversity today is being lost at a rate that is 2 to 3 orders of magnitude faster than is normal throughout...

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32. McNeely, J. and S. Scherr
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Reconciling Agriculture and Wild Biodiversity Conservation: Policy and Research Challenges of 'Ecoagriculture' 2002
Conventional wisdom holds that modern farming is largely incompatible with wildlife conservation. Thus policies to...

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33. McNeely, J. and S. Scherr
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Ecoagriculture: Strategies to Feed the World and Save Wild Biodiversity 2003
Although food-production systems for the world's rural poor typically have had devastating effects on the planet's...

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34. Myers, N., R. A. Mittermeier, C.G. Mittermeier, G. A. B. da Fonseca, and J. Kent
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Biodiversity Hotspots for Conservation Priorities 2000
Conservationists are far from able to assist all species under threat, if only for lack of funding. This places a...

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35. Sanchez, P., M.S. Swaminathan, P. Dobie, N. Yuksel
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UN Millennium Project 2005. Halving Hunger: It Can be Done. Task Force on Hunger 2005
Halving Hunger examines current world progress towards eliminating hunger, and calls for the implementation of seven...

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36. Molnar, A., S. Scherr, A. Khare
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Who Conserves the World's Forests? A New Assessment of Conservation and Investment Trends 2004
There is a growing recognition of the extent of human presence in the most biodiverse regions and of the fact that a...

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37. Penning de Vries, F.W.T., H. Acquay, D. Molden, S. J. Scherr, C. Valentin and O. Cofie
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Integrated Land and Water Management for Food and Environmental Security 2003
This document focuses on the impact of degradation of land and water on food and environmental security. It aims to...

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38. Philpott, S and T. Dietsch
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Coffee and Conservation: a Global context and the Value of Farmer Involvement 2003
This Article seeks to explain how in the larger global agricultural context, and if promoted correctly, shade coffee...

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39. Pimm, S. L.
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In Search of Perennial Solutions 1997
Wheat, maize and the other grains constitute some 85% of global food production. But these plants are annuals, and they...

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40. Pretty, J. and R. Hine
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The Promising Spread of Sustainable Agriculture in Asia 2000
Despite great successes in increasing food production, Asia still faces enormous food security challenges. Most...

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41. Pretty, J.
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Can Sustainable Agriculture Feed Africa? New Evidence on Progress, Process and Impacts 1999
Africa faces enormous food security challenges. Most commentators agree that, despite the complexities of food...

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42. Pretty, J., C. Brett, D. Gee, R. Hine, C. Mason, J. Morison, M. Rayment, G. Van Der Bijl, T. Dobbs
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Policy Challenges and Priorities for Internalizing the Externalities of Modern Agriculture 2001
Agriculture is inherently multifunctional. It jointly produces more than food, fibre or oil, having a profound impact...

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43. Rhodes, C and S. Scherr, eds.
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Developing Ecoagriculture to Improve Livelihoods, Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Production at a Landscape Scale 2005
The International Ecoagriculture Conference and Practitioners’ Fair convened from 27 September to 1 October 2004 at the...

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44. Taylor H. Ricketts, Gretchen C. Daily, Paul R. Ehrlich, John P. Fay
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Countryside Biogeography of Moths in a Fragmented Landscape: Biodiversity in Native and Agricultural Habitats 2001
Studies of fragmented landscapes, especially in the tropics, have traditionally focused on the native fragments...

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45. Robertson, G.P. and S.M. Swinton
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Reconciling Agricultural Productivity and Environmental Integrity: A Grand Challenge for Agriculture 2005
Agriculture meets a major human need and both affects and depends on all other life support systems. Current trends...

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46. Sanford, M. P.
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Extirpating the Agriculture versus Conservation Dichotomy 2006
This article explains the importance of eliminating the polarization of attitudes regarding agriculture and...

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47. Scherr, S. and A. Meredith, eds.
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Ecoagriculture Outcome Measures: Technical Workshop Report 2005
The initial scoping step of the project was the preparation of a Background Paper during April- May 2005 by a team of...

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48. Schroth, G., G.A.B. da Fonseca, C.A. Harvey, C. Gascon, H.L. Vasconcelos, A-M.N. Izac, eds.
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Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Landscapes: A Synthesis 2003
Following the World Agroforestry Center, agroforestry is defined here as a dynamic, ecologically based, natural...

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49. Soule J. and J. Piper
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Farming in Nature's Image: An Ecological Approach to Agriculture 1992
Book Description: Farming in Nature's Image provides, for the first time, a detailed look into the pioneering work of...

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50. Stinner D.H., B.R. Stinner, and E. Martsolf
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Biodiversity as an Organizing Principle in Agroecosystem Management: Case Studies of Holistic Resource Management Practitioners in the USA 1997
Holistic Resource Management (HRM) is a process of goal setting, decision making and monitoring which integrates...

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51. Swift, M.J., J. Vandermeer, P.S. Ramakrishnan, J.M. Anderson, C.K. Ong, and B.A. Hawkins
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Biodiversity and Agroecosystem Functioning: Ecosystem Analyses 1996
52. Swift, M.J., A.-M.N. Izac, and M. van Noordwijk
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Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Agricultural Landscapes-Are We Asking the Right Questions? 2004
The assumed relationship between biodiversity or local richness and the persistence of ‘ecosystem services’ (that...

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53. Tilman, D., J. Fargione, B. Wolff, C. D'Antonio, A. Dobson, R. Howarth, D. Schindler, W. H. Schlesinger, D. Simberloff, and D. Swackhamer
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Forecasting Agriculturally Driven Global Environmental Change 2001
During the next 50 years, which is likely to be the final period of rapid agricultural expansion, demand for food by a...

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54. Uphoff, N., ed.
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Agroecological Innovations: Increasing Food Production with Participatory Development 2002
The world's food supply needs to rise significantly, yet both arable and water supplies per capita are decreasing. Not...

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55. Uphoff, N. et al, eds.
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Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil System 2006
This book integrates analysis of soil systems with the strategies and methods for creating sustainable soil systems to...

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56. van Noordwijk, M. and M.J. Swift
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Belowground Biodiversity and Sustainability of Complex Agroecosystems 1999
Diversity of components and interactions distinguishes complex agro-ecosystems from the simple agroecosystems which...

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57. van Noordwijk, M
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Scaling trade-offs between crop productivity, carbon stocks and biodiversity in shifting cultivation landscape mosaics: the FALLOW model. 2002
Scaling rules other than those based on area ('scale-dependence')f or 'environmental service functions' such as...

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58. van Noordwijk, M., et al
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To segregate or to integrate? The question of balance between production and biodiversity conservation in complex agroforestry systems. 1997
59. Walker, A
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Seeing farmers for the trees: Community forestry and the arborealisation of agriculture in northern Thailand. 2004
The campaign for community forestry in upland areas of northern Thailand reflects an 'arborealised' perspective on...

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60. Wood, S, K. Sebastian and S. Scherr
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Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Agroecosystems. 2000
This study analyzes qualitative and quantitative indicators of the condition of the world's agroecosystems in terms of...

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61. Kreman, Claire, Neal M. Williams, and Robbin W. Thorp.
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Crop pollination from native bees at risk from agricultural intensification 2002
Ecosystem services are critical to human survival; in selected cases, maintaining these services provides a powerful...

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62. Perring, Charles, et al
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Biodiversity in Agricultural Landscapes: Saving Natural Capital without Losing Interest. 2006
While species extinctions continue to be a matter of extreme concern, changes in biodiversity in the world’s...

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63. Srivastava, J.P., N.J.H. Smith, and D.A. Forno (eds).
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Biodiversity and Agricultural Intensification: Partners for Development and Conservation. 1996
This volume argues that biodiversity must be better managed and conserved to meet the twin challenges of improving...

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64. Anantha Kumar Duraiappah, Shahid Naeem
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Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.Ecosystems and HumanWell-being: Biodiversity Synthesis. 2005
Synopsis: Synthesizes findings from the MA's global and sub-global assessments on biodiversity and human well-being. It...

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65. Steven A. Osofsky, Richard A. Kock, Michael D. Kock, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Richard Grahn, Tim Leyland and William B. Karesh
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(Record #906)
Building support for protected areas using a “One Health” perspective
Issues affecting the interplay among wildlife health, the health of domestic animals, and human health are receiving...

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66. Losey, John E. and Mace Vaughan.
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The Economic Value of Ecological Services Provided by Insects. 2006
In this article we focus on the vital ecological services provided by insects. We restrict our focus to services...

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67. Green, R.E., et al
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Farming and the fate of wild nature. 2005
World food demand is expected to more than double by 2050. Decisions about how to meet this challenge will have...

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68. Piorr, Hans-Peter.
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Environmental policy, agri-environmental indicators and landscape indicators. 2003
Research for a concept of sustainable agriculture and for the sustainable use of agricultural landscapes are closely...

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69. Buchs, Wolfgang
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Biodiversity and agri-environmental indicators-general scopes and skills with special reference to the habitat level. 2003
This synoptic review has the intention to summarise and highlight results in respect to the area “biodiversity and...

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70. Morandin, Lora A. and Mark L. Winston.
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Pollinators provide economic incentive to preserve natural land in agroecosystems. 2006
Natural habitats are considered inherently indispensable to the global economy by conservationisls, but few natural...

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71. Hairiah, K., S. Williams, D. Bignell, M. Swift, M. van Noordwijk
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(Record #912)
Effects of Land Use Change on Belowground Biodiversity 2001
Discusses the importance of belowground biodiversity (BGBD) for ecosystem functions and for farming, the impacts of...

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72. Matson, P. A., W. J. Parton, A. G. Power, M. J. Swift
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Agricultural Intensification and Ecosystem Properties 1997
Expansion and intensification of cultivation are among the predominant global changes of this century. Intensification...

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73. Bowne, D. R., M. A. Bowers, and J. E. Hines
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Agricultural Landscape as Reflected by Interpond Movements of a Freshwater Turtle 2006
Connectivity is a measure of how landscape features facilitate movement and thus is an important factor in species...

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74. Bulte, E. H. and R. Damania
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An Economic Assessment of Wildlife Farming and Conservation 2005
The supply-side approach to conservation, as recommended by economists, prescribes the provision of cheap substitutes...

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75. Van Buskirk, J. and Y. Willi
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Enhancement of Farmland Biodiversity within Set-Aside Land 2004
The efficacy of agricultural set-aside policies for protecting farmland biodiversity is widely debated. Based on a...

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76. Ogada, M.O., R. Woodroffe, N.O. Oguge and L.G. Frank
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Limiting Depredation by African Carnivores: the Role of Livestock Husbandry 2003
Most large carnivore species are in global decline. Conflict with local people, particularly over depredation on...

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77. Menge, M.
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Experiences with the application, recordation and valuation of agri-environmental indicators in agricultural practice 2003
The Free State of Saxony has accompanied the programme “Umweltgerechte Landwirtschaft in Sachsen” (“Environmentally...

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78. Gerowitt, B., J. Isselstein, R. Marggraf
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Rewards for ecological goods—requirements and perspectives for agricultural land use 2003
This paper focuses on the possibilities to reward ecological goods and services of agriculture. Ecological goods in...

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79. Lovell, S. T., W. C. Sullivan
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Environmental benefits of conservation buffers in the United States: Evidence, promise, and open questions 2006
Conservation buffers can have a tremendously positive impact on the ecological health of rural landscapes by reducing...

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80. Wang, X.H., C.Q. Yin, B.Q. Shan.
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The role of diversified landscape buffer structures for water quality improvement in an agricultural watershed, North China 2005
The quality of water flow crossing through the watershed ecosystem reflects the integrated effects of many processes...

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81. Feehan, J., D. Gillmore, N. Culleton.
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Effects of an agri-environment scheme on farmland biodiversity in Ireland 2005
Agri-environment measures cover at least 20% of the EU's farmland, a proportion rising to approximately 30% in Ireland....

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82. Jeanneret, Ph., B. Schupbach, and H. Luka.
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Quantifying the impact of landscape and habitat features on biodiversity in cultivated landscapes 2003
Determining habitat and landscape features that lead to patterns of biodiversity in cultivated landscapes is an...

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83. Dauber, J., M. Hirscha, D. Simmering, R. Waldhardt, A. Otteb and V. Wolters
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Landscape structure as an indicator of biodiversity: matrix effects on species richness 2003
Sustainable conservation management in cultivated landscapes urgently needs indicators that provide quantitative links...

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84. Hoffman, J., J.M. Greef
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Mosaic indicators—theoretical approach for the development of indicators for species diversity in agricultural landscapes 2003
Changed land use conditions, especially the intensification of agricultural production, have lead to a significant...

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85. Oppermann, R.
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Nature balance scheme for farms—evaluation of the ecological situation 2003
Farming needs more and more support in society to get further subsidies. This will only be possible when the ecological...

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86. Buckingham, D. L., W. J. Peach, D. S. Fox
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Effects of agricultural management on the use of lowland grassland by foraging birds 2006
A field-scale correlative study was used to identify which factors had the greatest influence on the usage of...

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87. Reeder, K.F., D.M. Debinski, and B.J. Danielson
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Factors affecting butterfly use of filter strips in Midwestern USA 2005
Filter strips are areas of herbaceous vegetation planted between agricultural fields and streams. In 2002 and 2003, the...

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88. Francisco, M., P. Beja, R. Morgado, L. Reino, L. Gordinho, A. Delgado, R. Borralho
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Effects of field management and landscape context on grassland wintering birds in Southern Portugal 2005
This study examined the multi-scale effects of farmland management on the assemblages of grassland wintering birds in...

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89. Schmitzberger, I., Th. Wrbkaa, B. Steurer, G. Aschenbrenner, J. Peterseila, and H.G. Zechmeister
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How farming styles influence biodiversity maintenance in Austrian agricultural landscapes 2005
Austria is characterised by a high variety of different landscapes ranging from high mountain areas to continental...

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90. Maeda, T.
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Bird use of rice field strips of varying width in the Kanto Plain of central Japan 2005
Bird communities in flooded rice strips of different widths were surveyed in 71 fields around Lake Kasumigaura, on the...

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91. Shively, G. and I. Coxhead
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Conducting economic policy analysis at a landscape scale: examples from a Philippine watershed 2004
Given the strong and growing policy concern about high rates of hillside erosion and downstream sedimentation...

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92. Barnett, P.R., M. J. Whittingham, R. B. Bradbury and J. D. Wilson
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Use of unimproved and improved lowland grassland by wintering birds in the UK 2004
In the last 50 years, intensification of agricultural grassland management has led to over 97% of all grassland being...

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93. Soderstrom, B., S. Kiema, and R. S. Reid
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Intensified agricultural land-use and bird conservation in Burkina Faso 2003
The response of bird communities to a gradient of agricultural intensity was investigated in Burkina Faso, West Africa....

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94. Bengtsson, J., J. Ahnstrom and A.C. Weibull
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The effects of organic agriculture on biodiversity and abundance: a meta-analysis 2005
"1.The efficiency of agricultural subsidy programmes for preserving biodiversity and improving the environment has...

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95. Benton, T.G., J.A. Vickery and J.D. Wilson
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Farmland biodiversity: is habitat heterogeneity the key? 2003
"Agricultural intensification has led to a widespread decline in farmland biodiversity measured across many different...

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96. Harrop, S.R.
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Traditional agricultural landscapes as protected areas in international law and policy 2007
"The protected area approach to conservation of habitats and species emphasises a natural world shaped without human...

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97. Jackson, L.E., U. Pascual and T. Hodgkin
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Utilizing and conserving agrobiodiversity in agricultural landscapes 2007
A biodiversity-based paradigm for sustainable agriculture is a potential solution for many of the problems associated...

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98. Hajjar R., D.I. Jarvis, B. Gemmill-Herren
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The utility of crop genetic diversity in maintaining ecosystem services 2008
"Few studies have addressed the relationship between genetic diversity and provision of ecosystem services in...

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