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1. Windbreaks in the United States: a systematic review of producer-reported benefits, challenges, management activities and drivers of adoption.

Windbreaks are an agroforestry practice used to provide simultaneous economic, environmental and social benefits that occur when trees are deliberately integrated into an agroecosystem. To date, no systematic review has been conducted on windbreak adoption in the U.S., which is needed to assess...

Author(s) : Smith, M. M.; Bentrup, G.; Kellerman, T.; MacFarland, K.; Straight, R.; Ameyaw, L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Systems 2021 Vol.187 ref.many

2. Pedofauna diversity in traditional and agroforestry systems of the Brazilian semi-arid region.

Identifying the impact of agricultural management on soil invertebrates is still a challenge to research in the area of soil ecology. The aim of this study was to evaluate the diversity, richness, abundance and uniformity of the pedofauna in areas of traditional agroforestry systems involving...

Author(s) : Fialho, J. S.; Primo, A. A.; Aguiar, M. I. de; Magalhães, R. B.; Maia, L. dos S.; Correia, M. E. F.; Campanha, M. M.; Oliveira, T. S. de

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Arid Environments 2021 Vol.184 ref.28

3. Biomass and carbon stocks of organic and conventional cocoa agroforests, Ghana.

Cocoa production is a globally important commodity that has been a major driver of deforestation in humid tropical areas. Cocoa agroforestry systems have been credited for storing significant stocks of carbon potentially mitigating some of the negative impacts of cocoa production on ecosystem...

Author(s) : Asigbaase, M.; Dawoe, E.; Lomax, B. H.; Sjogersten, S.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.306

4. Modeling the volume of eucalyptus in a Crop-Livestock-Forest integration system.

Despite of the wide use worldwide, the industrial potential of bamboo The integration of Crop, Livestock and Forest is a strategy that aims at sustainable production, integrating agricultural, livestock and forest activities, being carried out in the same area (intercropping cultivation) seeking...

Foreign Title :Modelagem do volume de eucalipto em sistema de integração Lavoura-Pecuária-Floresta.

Author(s) : Cerqueira, C. L.; Môra, R.; Tonini, H.; Arce, J. E.; Lisboa, G. dos S.; Diniz, C. C. C.; Carvalho, S. de P.

Publisher : Graduate Program in Forestry and Environmental Sciences, Federal University of Mato Grosso / UFMT, Cuiabá, Brazil

Journal article : Advances in Forestry Science 2021 Vol.7 No.4 pp.1213-1221 ref.19

5. Additional soil organic carbon stocks in hedgerows in crop-livestock areas of western France.

Mitigating climate change is a critical challenge, and establishing agroforestry systems is identified as an effective strategy to increase carbon (C) sequestration in agricultural areas. However, the C storage potential of agroforestry systems, especially hedge agroforestry, still needs to be...

Author(s) : Viaud, V.; Kunnemann, T.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.305 ref.many

6. A preliminary study of the impacts of shelter forest on soil erosion in cultivated land: evidence from integrated 137Cs and 210Pbex measurements.

The Three-North Shelter Forest Program (TNSFP) has played an important role in increasing the forest coverage and decreasing the wind erosion rate. Fallout radionuclides (FRNs), such as caesium-137 (137Cs) and excess lead-210 (210Pbex), have extensively been used as fast and economical tools to...

Author(s) : Su ZhengAn; Zhou Tao; Zhang XinBao; Wang XiaoYi; Wang JunJie; Zhou MingHua; Zhang JianHui; He ZhouYao; Zhang RunChuan

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Soil & Tillage Research 2021 Vol.206

7. Agroforestry systems impact soil macroaggregation and enhance carbon storage in Colombian deforested Amazonia.

We investigated the capacity of different types of agroforestry systems to promote the formation of soil macroaggregates through biological or physical processes. Soil macroaggregates were visually separated according to morphological patterns into invertebrate biogenic (small and large faunal...

Author(s) : Rodríguez, L.; Suárez, J. C.; Rodriguez, W.; Artunduaga, K. J.; Lavelle, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Geoderma 2021 Vol.384

8. Olive agroforestry can improve land productivity even under low water availability in the South Mediterranean.

Agroforestry systems can be an effective means of stabilizing or even enhancing crop yields under climate change. Although trees compete with crops for soil resources in agroforestry, they can also improve crops' growing conditions, especially, by providing shade under drought. They can promote...

Author(s) : Temani, F.; Bouaziz, A.; Daoui, K.; Wery, J.; Barkaoui, K.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.307

9. Wind flow and sediment flux profiles for vegetated surfaces in a wind tunnel and field-scale windbreak.

Despite many studies describing wind speed and sediment flux profiles in various situations, wind tunnel observations in the presence of live vegetation are infrequent and rarely combined with field measurements. To investigate the structure of wind speed and sediment flux profiles in...

Author(s) : Miri, A.; Dragovich, D.; Dong ZhiBao

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.many

10. Does using soil chemical variables in cokriging improve the spatial modelling of the commercial wood volume of Brazilian mahogany in an Amazonian agroforestry system?

Soil chemical variables are among the main factors that influence forest production; however, there is no consensus on which soil variables are most correlated with the individual volume spatial variability. Moreover, no studies that used the ordinary cokriging geostatistical technique to model the ...

Author(s) : Dolácio, C. J. F.; Kazama, V. S.; Schmitz, R.; Corte, A. P. dalla; Costa, L. R. R.; Maciel, M. de N. M.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 2021 Vol.180

11. Tenure reform for better forestry: an unfinished policy agenda.

The global community is currently grappling with multiple and overlapping social and environmental threats. These include the climate emergency, COVID-19 and the threat of widespread hunger, and the accelerating loss of biodiversity. All of these threats point to an urgent need to restore and...

Author(s) : Aggarwal, S.; Larson, A.; McDermott, C.; Katila, P.; Giessen, L.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.123

12. Beta diversity and fallow length regulate soil fertility in cocoa agroforestry in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon.

Shifting agriculture (SA), a common practice in tropical areas, involves fallow phases between crop cycles, enabling the recovery of plant communities and soil fertility. However, the reduction of fallow length adversely influences forest structure and topsoil properties. The diversification in...

Author(s) : Vera-Vélez, R.; Cota-Sánchez, J. H.; Grijalva-Olmedo, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Systems 2021 Vol.187

13. Functions of windbreaks in the landscape ecological network and methods of their evaluation.

Linear elements in the agricultural landscape, particularly windbreaks, reduce the wind speed and improve the microclimate in the protected zone. They offer many direct effects on agricultural production with maximum benefits of ecosystem biodiversity. Despite the indisputable advantages and...

Author(s) : Podhrázská, J.; Kučera, J.; Doubrava, D.; Doležal, P.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Forests 2021 Vol.12 No.1 ref.40

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Search results: 55,365 results (approx.)

1. Windbreaks in the United States: a systematic review of producer-reported benefits, challenges, management activities and drivers of adoption.

Windbreaks are an agroforestry practice used to provide simultaneous economic, environmental and social benefits that occur when trees are deliberately integrated into an agroecosystem. To date, no systematic review has been conducted on windbreak adoption in the U.S., which is needed to assess...

Author(s) : Smith, M. M.; Bentrup, G.; Kellerman, T.; MacFarland, K.; Straight, R.; Ameyaw, L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Systems 2021 Vol.187 ref.many

2. Pedofauna diversity in traditional and agroforestry systems of the Brazilian semi-arid region.

Identifying the impact of agricultural management on soil invertebrates is still a challenge to research in the area of soil ecology. The aim of this study was to evaluate the diversity, richness, abundance and uniformity of the pedofauna in areas of traditional agroforestry systems involving...

Author(s) : Fialho, J. S.; Primo, A. A.; Aguiar, M. I. de; Magalhães, R. B.; Maia, L. dos S.; Correia, M. E. F.; Campanha, M. M.; Oliveira, T. S. de

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Arid Environments 2021 Vol.184 ref.28

3. Biomass and carbon stocks of organic and conventional cocoa agroforests, Ghana.

Cocoa production is a globally important commodity that has been a major driver of deforestation in humid tropical areas. Cocoa agroforestry systems have been credited for storing significant stocks of carbon potentially mitigating some of the negative impacts of cocoa production on ecosystem...

Author(s) : Asigbaase, M.; Dawoe, E.; Lomax, B. H.; Sjogersten, S.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.306

4. Modeling the volume of eucalyptus in a Crop-Livestock-Forest integration system.

Despite of the wide use worldwide, the industrial potential of bamboo The integration of Crop, Livestock and Forest is a strategy that aims at sustainable production, integrating agricultural, livestock and forest activities, being carried out in the same area (intercropping cultivation) seeking...

Foreign Title :Modelagem do volume de eucalipto em sistema de integração Lavoura-Pecuária-Floresta.

Author(s) : Cerqueira, C. L.; Môra, R.; Tonini, H.; Arce, J. E.; Lisboa, G. dos S.; Diniz, C. C. C.; Carvalho, S. de P.

Publisher : Graduate Program in Forestry and Environmental Sciences, Federal University of Mato Grosso / UFMT, Cuiabá, Brazil

Journal article : Advances in Forestry Science 2021 Vol.7 No.4 pp.1213-1221 ref.19

5. Additional soil organic carbon stocks in hedgerows in crop-livestock areas of western France.

Mitigating climate change is a critical challenge, and establishing agroforestry systems is identified as an effective strategy to increase carbon (C) sequestration in agricultural areas. However, the C storage potential of agroforestry systems, especially hedge agroforestry, still needs to be...

Author(s) : Viaud, V.; Kunnemann, T.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.305 ref.many

6. A preliminary study of the impacts of shelter forest on soil erosion in cultivated land: evidence from integrated 137Cs and 210Pbex measurements.

The Three-North Shelter Forest Program (TNSFP) has played an important role in increasing the forest coverage and decreasing the wind erosion rate. Fallout radionuclides (FRNs), such as caesium-137 (137Cs) and excess lead-210 (210Pbex), have extensively been used as fast and economical tools to...

Author(s) : Su ZhengAn; Zhou Tao; Zhang XinBao; Wang XiaoYi; Wang JunJie; Zhou MingHua; Zhang JianHui; He ZhouYao; Zhang RunChuan

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Soil & Tillage Research 2021 Vol.206

7. Agroforestry systems impact soil macroaggregation and enhance carbon storage in Colombian deforested Amazonia.

We investigated the capacity of different types of agroforestry systems to promote the formation of soil macroaggregates through biological or physical processes. Soil macroaggregates were visually separated according to morphological patterns into invertebrate biogenic (small and large faunal...

Author(s) : Rodríguez, L.; Suárez, J. C.; Rodriguez, W.; Artunduaga, K. J.; Lavelle, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Geoderma 2021 Vol.384

8. Olive agroforestry can improve land productivity even under low water availability in the South Mediterranean.

Agroforestry systems can be an effective means of stabilizing or even enhancing crop yields under climate change. Although trees compete with crops for soil resources in agroforestry, they can also improve crops' growing conditions, especially, by providing shade under drought. They can promote...

Author(s) : Temani, F.; Bouaziz, A.; Daoui, K.; Wery, J.; Barkaoui, K.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2021 Vol.307

9. Wind flow and sediment flux profiles for vegetated surfaces in a wind tunnel and field-scale windbreak.

Despite many studies describing wind speed and sediment flux profiles in various situations, wind tunnel observations in the presence of live vegetation are infrequent and rarely combined with field measurements. To investigate the structure of wind speed and sediment flux profiles in...

Author(s) : Miri, A.; Dragovich, D.; Dong ZhiBao

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2021 Vol.196 ref.many

10. Does using soil chemical variables in cokriging improve the spatial modelling of the commercial wood volume of Brazilian mahogany in an Amazonian agroforestry system?

Soil chemical variables are among the main factors that influence forest production; however, there is no consensus on which soil variables are most correlated with the individual volume spatial variability. Moreover, no studies that used the ordinary cokriging geostatistical technique to model the ...

Author(s) : Dolácio, C. J. F.; Kazama, V. S.; Schmitz, R.; Corte, A. P. dalla; Costa, L. R. R.; Maciel, M. de N. M.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 2021 Vol.180

11. Tenure reform for better forestry: an unfinished policy agenda.

The global community is currently grappling with multiple and overlapping social and environmental threats. These include the climate emergency, COVID-19 and the threat of widespread hunger, and the accelerating loss of biodiversity. All of these threats point to an urgent need to restore and...

Author(s) : Aggarwal, S.; Larson, A.; McDermott, C.; Katila, P.; Giessen, L.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.123

12. Beta diversity and fallow length regulate soil fertility in cocoa agroforestry in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon.

Shifting agriculture (SA), a common practice in tropical areas, involves fallow phases between crop cycles, enabling the recovery of plant communities and soil fertility. However, the reduction of fallow length adversely influences forest structure and topsoil properties. The diversification in...

Author(s) : Vera-Vélez, R.; Cota-Sánchez, J. H.; Grijalva-Olmedo, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Systems 2021 Vol.187

13. Functions of windbreaks in the landscape ecological network and methods of their evaluation.

Linear elements in the agricultural landscape, particularly windbreaks, reduce the wind speed and improve the microclimate in the protected zone. They offer many direct effects on agricultural production with maximum benefits of ecosystem biodiversity. Despite the indisputable advantages and...

Author(s) : Podhrázská, J.; Kučera, J.; Doubrava, D.; Doležal, P.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Forests 2021 Vol.12 No.1 ref.40

14. Influence of property rights on performance of community-based forest devolution policies in Honduras.

Devolution refers to shifting responsibility of forest management to community organizations, in contrast to public decentralization to local state institutions. Research on community forestry policies can aid in determining how property rights affect local governance structures. The objective of...

Author(s) : Trejos, B.; Flores, J. C.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.124

15. Forest gains and losses in Southeast Asia over 27 years: the slow convergence towards reforestation.

Forest cover has decreased dramatically in Southeast Asia over the last decades. Understanding the drivers behind these changes is critical to predict changes and minimise their adverse effects. The objectives of the present study were to provide accurate estimates of forest gains and losses in...

Author(s) : Paradis, E.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.122

16. Cropland trees need to be included for accurate model simulations of land-atmosphere heat fluxes, temperature, boundary layer height, and ozone.

Trees significantly impact land-atmosphere feedbacks through evapotranspiration, photosynthesis and isoprene emissions. These processes influence the local microclimate, air quality and can mitigate temperature extremes and sequester carbon dioxide. Despite such importance, currently only 5 out of...

Author(s) : Mishra, A. K.; Sinha, B.; Kumar, R.; Barth, M.; Hakkim, H.; Kumar, V.; Kumar, A.; Datta, S.; Guenther, A.; Sinha, V.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.751

17. Optimal design for vegetative windbreaks using 3D numerical simulations.

Vegetative windbreaks are widely used to control wind erosion by reducing wind speed and attenuating sand movement, which motivates systematic research on optimal design for vegetative windbreaks. In this study, at the wind-tunnel scale, we conducted 3-D computational fluid dynamics (CFD)...

Author(s) : Guo ZhiYi; Yang XiaoFan; Wu XiaoXu; Zou XueYong; Zhang ChunLai; Fang Hui; Xiang HongXu

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2021 Vol.298/299

18. Prospects of agroforestry as climate-smart agricultural strategy in cocoa landscapes: perspectives of farmers in Ghana.

Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) is increasingly being promoted by the international community to help farmers adapt to climate change and lift them out of poverty. An essential technique that is promoted under the climate- mitigating smart agriculture policy package to reduce forest loss is...

Author(s) : Arhin, A. A.; Antoh, E. F.; Edusah, S.; Obeng-Okrah, K.

Publisher : Canadian Center of Science and Education, Toronto, Canada

Journal article : Sustainable Agriculture Research 2021 Vol.10 No.1 pp.20-31 ref.35

19. Applying porous trees as a windbreak to lower desert dust concentration: case study of an urban community in Dubai.

Windbreaks are rows of rough or porous materials that create aerodynamic shelter from wind or purify the wind. The aim of this study was to investigate the role of adding windbreaks of permeable trees in order to achieve a more comfortable microclimate and healthy atmosphere at an urban level. A...

Author(s) : Taleb, H. M.; Kayed, M.

Publisher : Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany

Journal article : Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 2021 Vol.57 ref.many

20. Agroforestry and the reappraisal of Roman viticulture.

Author(s) : Limbergen, D. van

Publisher : White Horse Press, Isle of Harris, UK

Journal article : Global Environment 2020 Vol.13 No.2 pp.432-450

22. The role of agroforestry in sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests.

Author(s) : Norgrove, L.; Allen, T.; Davatgar, A.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests 2020 pp.497-530 ref.many

23. Agroforestry as a solution for multiple climate change challenges in Africa.

Author(s) : Mbow, C.; Toensmeier, E.; Brandt, M.; Skole, D.; Dieng, M.; Garrity, D.; Poulter, B.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Climate change and agriculture 2020 pp.339-373 ref.many

24. Soil physical quality responses to silvopastoral implementation in Colombian Amazon.

Cattle ranching is the main land use after deforestation in Amazon region of Colombia. Those poor-managed pasture system typically induces soil compaction, acidification, organic matter losses and soil erosion, leading to soil health degradation and ecosystem service losses. To mitigate this...

Author(s) : Polanía-Hincapié, K. L.; Olaya-Montes, A.; Cherubin, M. R.; Herrera-Valencia, W.; Ortiz-Morea, F. A.; Silva-Olaya, A. M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Geoderma 2021 Vol.386

25. Comprehensive evaluation of soil fertility of agroforestry patterns of walnut with medicinal plants.

The five walnut forest-herbal medicine agroforestry planting models(namely: H+H(Juglans sigillata+Polygonatum kingianum), H+M(Juglans sigillata+Saussurea costus), H+B(Juglans sigillata+Bletilla striata), H+C(Juglans sigillata+Paris polyphylla), H+Q(Juglans sigillata+Gentiana macrophylla)) were used ...

Author(s) : Xiao LiangJun; Xie ZhengWan; Zhang ChuanGuang; Yang GenLin; Miao FuJun; Wu Tao; Ning DeLu

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.91-95 ref.16