Environmental Systems Analysis Group
Environmental systems analysis (ESA) studies environmental problems by exploring, modelling and communicating their causes, mechanisms, effects and potential solutions. ESA combines quantitative, qualitative and multi- and transdisciplinary research and integrates knowledge from natural, social and engineering sciences.
Effectiveness of community-based mangrove management for coastal protection : A case study from Central Java, IndonesiaOcean & Coastal Management 238 (2023). - ISSN 0964-5691 - 14 p.
Territories in Transition: how social contexts influence wildland fire adaptive capacity in rural Northwestern European Mediterranean areasFire Ecology 19 (2023)1. - ISSN 1933-9747
Long-term impacts of mineral and organic fertilizer inputs on nitrogen use efficiency for different cropping systems and site conditions in Southern ChinaEuropean Journal of Agronomy 146 (2023). - ISSN 1161-0301