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Analysis of monotonic greening and browning trends from global NDVI time-series de Jong, R, de Bruin S, de Wit A, Schaepman ME, and Dent DL, Remote Sensing of Environment, 02/2011, Volume 115, Issue 2, p.692 - 702, (2011)
Annual Highlights 2011 ISRIC- World Soil Information, O, (2011)
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Land Management Options in the Upper Tana Onduru, DD, and Muchena FN, Green Water Credits Report, Number 15, Wageningen, p.132, (2011)
Costs and Benefits of Land Management Options in the Upper Tana, Kenya; Using the Water Evaluation and Planning system - WEAP Droogers, P, Hunink JE, Kauffman JH, and van Lynden GWJ, Green Water Credits Report, Number 14, Wageningen, p.50, (2011)
Estimated changes in soil organic carbon in the Upper Tana, Kenya Batjes, NH, ISRIC Report 2011/04, Number 2011-04, Wageningen, p.29, (2011)
European food and agricultural strategy for 21st century Bindraban, PS, and Rabbinge R, International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 05/2011, Volume 9, p.80 - 101, (2011)
Experiences in monitoring and assessment of sustainable land management Schwilch, G, Bestelmeyer B, Bunning S, Critchley WRS, Herrick JE, Kellner K, Liniger HP, Nachtergaele FO, Ritsema CJ, Schuster B, et al., Land Degradation and Development, 03/2011, Volume 22, Issue 2, p.214 - 225, (2011)
Extracting topographic characteristics of landforms typical of canadian agricultural landscapes for agri-environmental modeling. i. methodology Li, S, Lobb DA, McConkey BG, MacMillan RA, Moulin A, and Fraser WR, Canadian Journal of Soil Science, Volume 91, p.251 - 266, (2011)
Global distribution of soil phosphorus retention. Batjes, NH, ISRIC Report 2011/06, Number 2011-06, Wageningen, p.42, (2011)
Identification of potential areas for biomass production in China: Discussion of a recent approach and future challenges Schweers, W, Bai ZG, Campbell E, Hennenberg K, Fritsche U, Mang HP, Lucas M, Li Z, Scanlon A, Chen H, et al., biomass and Bioenergy, 05/2011, Volume 35, Issue 5, p.2268 - 2279 , (2011)
Institutes for Implementation of Green Water Credits in the Upper Tana, Kenya Muchena, FN, and Onduru DD, Green Water Credits Report, Number 16, Wageningen, p.78, (2011)
Lidar DEM error analyses and topographic depression identification in a hummocky landscape in the prairie region of Canada Li, S, MacMillan RA, Lobb DA, McConkey BG, Moulin A, and Fraser WR, Geomorphology, 06/2011, Volume 129, Issue 3 - 4, p.263 - 275, (2011)
Overview of soil phosphorus data from a large international soil database Batjes, NH, ISRIC Report 2011/01, Number 2011-01, Wageningen, p.56, (2011)
Qualitative and quantitative aspects of world and regional soil databases and maps Nachtergaele, FO, van Engelen VWP, Batjes NH, P Huang M, Yuncong L, and Sumner ME, Handbook of Soil Sciences: Resource management and environmental aspects, Boca Raton, p.27 - 1/10, (2011)
Research needs for monitoring, reporting and verifying soil carbon benefits in sustainable land management and greenhouse gas mitigation projects Batjes, NH, de Brogniez D, Mayaux P, and Montanarella L, Monitoring, Reporting and Verification systems for carbon in soils and vegetation in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, Luxembourg, p.27 - 39, (2011)
Soil organic carbon stocks under native vegetation - Revised estimates for use with the simple assessment option of the Carbon Benefits Project system Batjes, NH, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 08/2011, Volume 142, Issue 3, p.365 - 373, (2011)
Soil property estimates for the Upper Tana river catchment, Kenya, derived from SOTER and WISE Batjes, NH, ISRIC Report 2010/07b, Number 2010-07b, Wageningen, p.37, (2011)
Where do we stand 20 years after the assessment of soil nutrient balances in sub-saharan Africa? Smaling, EMA, Lesschen JP, van Beek CL, de Jager A, Stoorvogel JJ, Batjes NH, Fresco LO, Lal R, and Stewart BA, World soil resources and food security, Number Advances in Soil Science, Padstow (GB), p.499 - 537, (2011)

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