Gudrun Schwilch
Gudrun Schwilch
Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern
Verified email at cde.unibe.ch
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Combining analytical frameworks to assess livelihood vulnerability to climate change and analyse adaptation options
MS Reed, G Podesta, I Fazey, N Geeson, R Hessel, K Hubacek, D Letson, ...
Ecological Economics 94, 66-77, 2013
1972013
Cross‐scale monitoring and assessment of land degradation and sustainable land management: A methodological framework for knowledge management
MS Reed, M Buenemann, J Atlhopheng, M Akhtar‐Schuster, F Bachmann, ...
Land Degradation & Development 22 (2), 261-271, 2011
1442011
A structured multi-stakeholder learning process for Sustainable Land Management
G Schwilch, F Bachmann, S Valente, C Coelho, J Moreira, A Laouina, ...
Journal of environmental management 107, 52-63, 2012
1012012
Experiences in monitoring and assessment of sustainable land management
G Schwilch, B Bestelmeyer, S Bunning, W Critchley, J Herrick, K Kellner, ...
Land Degradation & Development 22 (2), 214-225, 2011
1012011
Soil indicators to assess the effectiveness of restoration strategies in dryland ecosystems
EAC Costantini, C Branquinho, A Nunes, G Schwilch, I Stavi, ...
Solid Earth 7 (2), 397-414, 2016
892016
Appraising and selecting conservation measures to mitigate desertification and land degradation based on stakeholder participation and global best practices
G Schwilch, F Bachmann, HP Liniger
Land Degradation & Development 20 (3), 308-326, 2009
782009
Does outmigration lead to land degradation? Labour shortage and land management in a western Nepal watershed
S Jaquet, G Schwilch, F Hartung-Hofmann, A Adhikari, K Sudmeier-Rieux, ...
Applied geography 62, 157-170, 2015
772015
Where the land is greener: Case-studies and analysis of soil and water conservation initiatives worldwide
H Liniger, W Critchley
CTA/CDE/FAO/UNEP/WOCAT, 2007
742007
Scarce water: Exploring resource availability, use and improved management
FN Gichuki, H Liniger, L MacMillan, G Schwilch, G Gikonyo
671998
Operationalizing ecosystem services for the mitigation of soil threats: A proposed framework
G Schwilch, L Bernet, L Fleskens, E Giannakis, J Leventon, T Maranon, ...
Ecological Indicators 67, 586-597, 2016
632016
Sustainable land management (SLM) practices in drylands: how do they address desertification threats?
G Schwilch, HP Liniger, H Hurni
Environmental management 54 (5), 983-1004, 2014
552014
An applied methodology for stakeholder identification in transdisciplinary research
J Leventon, L Fleskens, H Claringbould, G Schwilch, R Hessel
Sustainability science 11 (5), 763-775, 2016
482016
Decision support for selecting SLM technologies with stakeholders
G Schwilch, F Bachmann, J de Graaff
Applied Geography 34, 86-98, 2012
482012
The effects of migration on livelihoods, land management, and vulnerability to natural disasters in the Harpan watershed in western Nepal
S Jaquet, G Shrestha, T Kohler, G Schwilch
Mountain Research and Development 36 (4), 494-505, 2016
452016
Economic benefits and costs of sustainable land management technologies: An analysis of WOCAT's global data
M Giger, H Liniger, C Sauter, G Schwilch
Land degradation & development 29 (4), 962-974, 2018
422018
Soils, agriculture and food security: the interplay between ecosystem functioning and human well-being
H Hurni, M Giger, H Liniger, RM Studer, P Messerli, B Portner, G Schwilch, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 15, 25-34, 2015
422015
Desire for greener land
G Schwilch, R Hessel, S Verzandvoort
Options for Sustainable Land Management in Drylands, 2012
392012
Enhanced decision-making based on local knowledge
H Liniger, G Schwilch
Mountain Research and Development 22 (1), 14-18, 2002
392002
Desire for greener land: options for sustainable land management in drylands
G Schwilch, R Hessel, S Verzandvoort
CTA/Alterra, 2012
352012
Desire for greener land: options for sustainable land management in drylands
G Schwilch, R Hessel, S Verzandvoort
CTA/Alterra, 2012
352012
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