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    • Converting forests into rubber plantations weakened the soil CH4 sink in tropical uplands 

      Lang, RongORCIDiD; Goldberg, Stefanie; Blagodatsky, SergeyORCIDiD; Piepho, Hans-Peter; Harrison, Rhett D.; Xu, Jianchu; Cadisch, Georg (Land Degradation & Development, 2019)
      Large-scale conversion of natural forest to rubber plantations has taken place for decades in Southeast Asia, help to make it a deforestation hot spot. Besides negative changes in biodiversity, ecosystem water, and carbon ...
    • Water scarcity and oil palm expansion: social views and environmental processes 

      Merten, Jennifer; Röll, AlexanderORCIDiD; Guillaume, Thomas; Meijide, AnaORCIDiD; Tarigan, Suria; Agusta, Herdhata; Dislich, Claudia; Dittrich, Christoph; Faust, Heiko; Gunawan, Dodo; Hein, Jonas; Hendrayanto; Knohl, AlexanderORCIDiD; Kuzyakov, Yakov; Wiegand, KerstinORCIDiD; Hölscher, Dirk (Ecology and Society, 2016)
      Conversions of natural ecosystems, e.g., from rain forests to managed plantations, result in significant changes in the hydrological cycle including periodic water scarcity. In Indonesia, large areas of forest were lost ...