Publikationen

2020

Steinhübel, L., Wegmann, J., Musshoff, O. 2020. Digging deep and running dry – The adoption of borewell technology in the face of climate change and urbanization. Agricultural Economics. https://doi.org/10.1111/agec.12586

Nautiyal, S., Goswami, M., Nidamanuri, R.R., Hoffmann, E., Buerkert, A. 2020. Structure and composition of field margin vegetation in the rural-urban interface of Bengaluru, India: A case study on an unexplored dimension of agroecosystems. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 192, 520. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-020-08428-6

Zhu, Z., Kleinn, C., Nölke, N. 2020. Towards tree green crown volume: A methodological approach using terrestrial laser scanning. Remote Sensing 12(11),1841. https://doi:10.3390/rs12111841

Brinkmann, K., Hoffmann, E. and Buerkert, A. 2020. Spatial and temporal dynamics of urban wetlands along a rural-urban gradient in an Indian megacity over the past 53 years. Remote Sensing 12, 662. DOI:10.3390/rs12040662

Erler, M., Keck, M., Dittrich, C. 2020. The changing meaning of millet: Organic shops and distinctive consumption practices in Bengaluru, India. Journal of Consumer Culture. 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1177/1469540520902508

2019

Ludwig, B., Murugan, R., Parama, V.R.R., Vohland, M., 2019. Accuracy of estimating soil properties with mid-infrared spectroscopy: Implications of different chemometric approaches and software packages related to calibration sample size. Soil Science Society of America Journal 83(5),1542-1552. https://doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2018.11.0413

Wenzel, A., Grass, I., Belavadi, V.V., Tscharntke, T., 2019. How urbanization is driving pollinator diversity and pollination - a systematic review. Biological Conservation 241, 108321. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108321

Wegmann, J. and Mußhoff, O., 2019. Groundwater management institutions in the face of rapid urbanization – Results of a framed field experiment in Bengaluru, India. Ecological Economics 166, 106432. DOI

Freudenberg, M., Nölke, N., Agostini, A., Urban, K., Wörgötter, F. and Kleinn, C. 2019. Large scale palm tree detection in high resolution satellite images using u-net. Remote Sensing 11(3), 312. DOI

Erler, M. 2019. Food transition and Bengaluru’s organic movement. A pathway to sustainable consumption practices? In: J. Müller, J. Dame und C. Butsch (Hg.): Aktuelle Forschungsbeiträge zu Südasien. 9. Jahrestagung des AK Südasien. Heidelberg, 25.-26. Januar 2019. Heidelberg, Geographien Südasiens 11, S. 14–17.

Hoffmann, E.M., Konerding, V., Nautiyal, S. and Buerkert, A. 2019. Is the push-pull paradigm useful to explain rural-urban migration? A case study in Uttarakhand, India. PloS one 14(4), e0214511. DOI

Dayananda, S., Astor, T., Wijesingha, J., Thimappa, S.C., Chowdappa, H.D., Mudalagiriyappa, Nidamanuri, R.R., Nautiyal, S. and Wachendorf, M. 2019. Multi-temporal monsoon crop biomass estimation using hyperspectral imaging. Remote Sensing 11, 1771. DOI

Murugan, R., Parama, V.R.R., Madan, B., Muthuraju and Ludwig, B. 2019. Short-term effect of nitrogen intensification on aggregate size distribution, microbial biomass and enzyme activities in a semi-arid soil under different crop types. Pedosphere 29(4), 483-491. DOI

Mukherjee, R., Deb, R. and Soubadra Devy, M. 2019. Diversity matters: Effects of density compensation in pollination service during rainfall shift. Ecology and Evolution 9.17, 9701-9711. DOI

2018

Prasad, C.S., Anandan, S., Gowda, N.K.S., Schlecht, E. and Buerkert, A. 2018. Managing nutrient flows in Indian urban and peri-urban livestock systems. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems. 115(2):159-172. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10705-018-9964-0.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10705-018-9964-0

Awuah, K , Nölke, N., Freudenberg, M., Diwakara, B.N., Tewari, V.P. and Kleinn C. 2018. Spatial resolution and landscape structure along an urban-rural gradient: Do they relate to remote sensing classification accuracy? - A case study in the megacity of Bengaluru, India. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment 12, 89-98. DOI

Cumming, G.S. 2018. A review of social dilemmas and social-ecological traps in conversation and natural resource management. Conversation Letters 11, 1-15. DOI

Cumming, G.S. and von Cramon-Taubadel, S. 2018. Linking economic growth pathways and environmental sustainability by understanding development as alternate social-ecological regimes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 115, 9533-9538. DOI

Möckel, T., Dayananda, S., Nidamanuri, R.R., Nautiyal, S., Narayanagowda, N.G., Buerkert, A. and Wachendorf, M. 2018. Multi-temporal biomass estimation of vegetable crops using unmanned aerial vehicles. Remote Sensing 10(5), 805. DOI

Patil, S., Dhanya, B., Raghvendra, S.V. and Purushothaman, S. 2018. Urbanisation and new agroecologies – The story of Bengaluru’s peripheries. Review of Environment and Development 41, 71-77.

Sciaini, M., Fritsch, M., Scherer, C. and Simpkins, C.E. 2018. NLMR and landscapetools: An Integrated environment for simulating and modifying neutral landscape models in R. Methods in Ecolology and Evolution 9(11), 2240-2248. DOI

Ludwig, B., Murugan, R., Parama, V.R. and Vohland, M. 2017. Use of different chemometric approaches for an estimation of contents of soil properties in an Indian arable field with near infrared  near infrared spectroscopy. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 181, 704-713. DOI

2017

Hoffmann, E.M., Jose, M., Nölke, N., Möckel, T. 2017. Construction and use of a simple index of urbanisation in the rural–urban interface of Bangalore, India. Sustainability 9(11), 2146. DOI

Erler, M. und Dittrich, C. 2017. Nahrungs- und Ernährungsverhalten urbaner Mittelschichten in Bangalore. Geographische Rundschau 12, pp26.