Ochoa, S.; Härtl, F. H.; Paul, C.; Knoke, T. (2019): Cropping systems are homogenized by off-farm income – Empirical evidence from small-scale farming systems in dry forests of southern Ecuador. Land Use Policy 82: 204-219. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.11.025. Download

Paul, C.; Ochoa Moreno, S.; Castro, L. M.; Calvas, B.; Knoke, T. (2017): Balancing regulating and provisioning ecosystem services: Comprehensive land-use concepts for effective conservation. Landscape Restoration, Sustainable Use and Cross-scale Monitoring of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functions: 41-54. doi: 10.5678/lcrs/pak823-825.cit.1632.

Castro, L.M. (2017): Economic approaches to sustainable land use in Ecuador - Compensation payments and diversification on areas of profitable intensive farming. Freising: 145 p. Download

Paul, C.; Weber, M.; Knoke, T. (2017): Agroforestry versus farm mosaic systems – Comparing land-use efficiency, economic returns and risks under climate change effects. Science of The Total Environment 587–588: 22–35. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.02.037. Download

Ochoa, S.; Paul, C.; Knoke, T. (2016): Warum Kleinbauern in Ecuador die Landnutzung diversifizieren. Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift für Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 71 (13): 31-34. Download

Paul, C.; Knoke, T. (2016): 2030-Agenda-ein globaler Blick auf Trends in der Waldnutzung. Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift für Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 71 (13): 23-26. Download

Knoke, T.; Paul, C.; Hildebrandt, P.; Calvas, B.; Castro, L.M.; Härtl, F.; Döllerer, M.; Hamer, U.; Windhorst, D.; Wiersma, Y.F.; Curatola Fernandez, Giulia F.; Obermeier, W.A.; Adams, J.; Breuer, L.; Mosandl, R.; Beck, E.; Weber, M.; Stimm, B.; Haber, W.; Fürst, C.; Bendix, J. (2016): Compositional diversity of rehabilitated tropical lands supports multiple ecosystem services and buffers uncertainties. Nature Communications 7: Article number: 11877. doi: doi:10.1038/ncomms11877. Download

Ochoa, S.; Paul, C.; Castro, L.M.; Valle, L.; Knoke, T. (2016): Banning goats could exacerbate deforestation of the Ecuadorian dry forest - How the effectiveness of conservation payment is influenced by productive use options. Erdkunde 70 (1): 49-67. doi: 10.3112/erdkunde.2016.01.04. Download

Knoke, T.; Paul, C.; Härtl, F.; Castro, L.M.; Calvas, B.; Hildebrandt, P. (2015): Optimizing agricultural land-use portfolios with scarce data—A non-stochastic model. Ecological Economics 120: 250-259. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.10.021. Download

Paul, C.; Knoke, T. (2015): Between land sharing and land sparing – what role remains for forest management and conservation? International Forestry Review 17 (2): 210–230. doi: 10.1505/146554815815500624.

Castro, L. M.; Calvas, B.; Knoke, T. (2015): Ecuadorian banana farms should consider organic banana with low price risks in their land-use portfolios. PloS one 10 (3): e0120384. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120384. Download

Knoke, T.; Bendix, J.; Pohle, P.; Hamer, U.; Hildebrandt, P.; Roos, K.; Gerique, A.; Sandoval, M. L.; Breuer, L.; Tischer, A.; Silva, B.; Calvas, B.; Aguirre, N.; Castro, L. M.; Windhorst, D.; Weber, M.; Stimm, B.; Günter, S.; Palomeque, X.; Mora, J.; Mosandl, R.; Beck, E. (2014): Afforestation or intense pasturing improve the ecological and economic value of abandoned tropical farmlands. Nature Communications 5: 5612. doi: 10.1038/ncomms6612. Download

Acevedo-Cabra, R.; Wiersma, Y.; Ankerst, D.; Knoke, T. (2014): Assessment of Wildfire Hazards with a Semiparametric Spatial Approach. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 19 (6): 533–546.

Paul, C. (2013): Agroforstliche Möglichkeiten zur Förderung der Wiederaufforstung in Panama – eine waldbaulich-ökonomische Bewertung. Freising: 245 p. Download

Castro, L.M.; Calvas, B.; Hildebrandt, P.; Knoke, T. (2013): Avoiding the loss of shade coffee plantations: How to derive conservation payments for risk-averse land-users. Agroforestry Systems 87: 331-347.

Knoke, T.; Román-Cuesta, R. M.; Weber, M.; Haber, W. (2012): How can climate policy benefit from comprehensive land-use approaches? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (8): 438–445. doi: 10.1890/110203.