Landscape 2021

We hosted a session, "Biodiversity in future landscapes: Integrative modelling approaches of land use and green infrastructure", at the conference, Landscape 2021. It was held online on 20-22 September 2021. You can see the slides here that were presented in the session.


1. Anja Heidenreich, FiBL CH & ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Accounting for biodiversity in agricultural landscapes assessments: A review 

2. Marie Anne Eurie Forio, Ghent University, Belgium

Application of bayesian belief network models in simulating the effect of agricultural practices and management on ecosystem services

3. Maximilian Wesemeyer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Sustainable agricultural landscapes - benefits and challenges of spatial optimisation analyses for the case of Brandenburg, Germany

4. Takamasa Nishizawa, Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany

An integrated ecological-economic modelling approach for evaluating biodiversity conservation policies

5. Amelie Kreuzer, Swiss federal centre of excellence for agricultural research (Agroscope), Switzerland

What is the effect of increasing field size on landscape structure elements?

6. Beatriz Daunt, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland

Drivers of land change and the role of traditional communities on forest conservation

7. Patrizia Zamberletti, INRAE, France

Spatio-temporal meta-modelling for pest-predator dynamics in complex heterogenous landscapes

8. Karoline Hemminger, Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany

Conceptual model of interactions between agricultural management and crane species ecology (gruidae)

9. Lucile Delatouche, CIRAD, UPR GECO, Université Montpellier, Martinique

Disentangling the factors affecting the dynamic of Pseudocercospora Fijiensis using a dynamic model:Landscape effect quantification