Paulo van Breugel
Paulo van Breugel
HAS University of Applied Sciences
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An ecoregion-based approach to protecting half the terrestrial realm
E Dinerstein, D Olson, A Joshi, C Vynne, ND Burgess, E Wikramanayake, ...
BioScience 67 (6), 534-545, 2017
Atlas of the potential vegetation of Ethiopia
I Friis, S Demissew, P Van Breugel
Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2010
Succession of ephemeral secondary forests and their limited role for the conservation of floristic diversity in a human-modified tropical landscape
M van Breugel, JS Hall, D Craven, M Bailon, A Hernandez, M Abbene, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e82433, 2013
Livestock water use and productivity in the Nile Basin
P van Breugel, M Herrero, J van de Steeg, D Peden
Ecosystems 13 (2), 205-221, 2010
Potential natural vegetation of Eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia), vol. 1. The atlas
JPB Lillesø, P Van Breugel, R Kindt, M Bingham, S Demissew, C Dudley, ...
Forest and Landscape (working papers 61, bind 1), University of Copenhagen, 2011
Agroforestry, livestock, fodder production and climate change adaptation and mitigation in East Africa: issues and options
IK Dawson, S Carsan, S Franzel, R Kindt, P van Breugel, L Graudal, ...
World Agroforestry Center, Nairobi. Kenya, 2014
The relative importance of above-versus belowground competition for tree growth during early succession of a tropical moist forest
M van Breugel, P van Breugel, PA Jansen, M Martinez-Ramos, F Bongers
Plant Ecology 213 (1), 25-34, 2012
Status and prospects for the conservation of remnant semi-natural carob Ceratonia siliqua L. populations in Lebanon
SN Talhouk, P Van Breugel, R Zurayk, A Al-Khatib, J Estephan, ...
Forest ecology and management 206 (1-3), 49-59, 2005
Current and future fire regimes and their influence on natural vegetation in Ethiopia
P van Breugel, I Friis, S Demissew, JPB Lillesø, R Kindt
Ecosystems 19 (2), 369-386, 2016
Habitat distribution modelling to identify areas of high conservation value under climate change for Mangifera sylvatica Roxb. of Bangladesh
S Akhter, MA McDonald, P van Breugel, S Sohel, ED Kjær, R Mariott
Land Use Policy 60, 223-232, 2017
Mapping potential soil erosion in East Africa using the Universal Soil Loss Equation and secondary data
L Claessens, P Van Breugel, A Notenbaert, M Herrero, J Van De Steeg
IAHS publication 325, 398, 2008
Potential natural vegetation map of Eastern Africa (Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia)
P Van Breugel, R Kindt, JPB Lillesø, M Bingham, S Demissew, C Dudley, ...
Version, 2015
Nile basin livestock water productivity
DG Peden, M Alemayehu, T Amede, SB Awulachew, H Faki, ...
CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food, 2009
Comparisons between original and current composition of indigenous tree species around Mount Kenya
R Kindt, JP Lilleso, P Van Breugel
African Journal of Ecology 45 (4), 633, 2007
Why institutional environments for agroforestry seed systems matter
JPB Lillesø, C Harwood, A Derero, L Graudal, JM Roshetko, R Kindt, ...
Development Policy Review 36, O89-O112, 2018
Potential Natural Vegetation Map of Eastern Africa (Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia). Version 2.0
P van Breugel, R Kindt, JPB Lillesø, M Bingham, S Demissew, C Dudley, ...
Livestock-water productivity in the Nile Basin: Solutions for emerging challenges
T Amede, K Descheemaeker, E Mapedza, D Peden, P van Breugel, ...
Nile River Basin, 297-320, 2011
Environmental gap analysis to prioritize conservation efforts in eastern Africa
P van Breugel, R Kindt, JPB Lillesø, M van Breugel
PloS one 10 (4), e0121444, 2015
Atlas of the potential vegetation of Ethiopia.
F Ib, D Sebsebe, P Breugel
Atlas of the potential vegetation of Ethiopia., 2010
The transitional semi‐evergreen bushland in Ethiopia: characterization and mapping of its distribution using predictive modelling
P van Breugel, I Friis, S Demissew
Applied Vegetation Science 19 (2), 355-367, 2016
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