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Supporting U.S. agricultural landscapes under changing conditions with agroforestry: an annotated bibliography.

Published online: 04 Oct 2018

Authors: Bentrup, G. & Cernusca, I. & Gold, M.

Content type: Miscellaneous

Agroforestry can reduce risks and promote sustainable agricultural production under shifting climate and weather extremes by (1) reducing threats and ...

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What are the impacts of agroforestry on nature recovery in the UK?

Published online: 03 Nov 2022

Published by: Woodland Trust

Authors: Hewitt, D. K. L.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This paper describes the agroforestry practices in the UK and its impacts in the temperate zone. A priority is given to impacts that have relevance to...

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The role of agroforestry in restoring Brazil's Atlantic Forest: opportunities and challenges for smallholder farmers.

Published online: 01 Sep 2022

Authors: Shennan-Farpón, Y. & Mills, M. & Souza, A. & Homewood, K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: People and Nature

Restoring the degraded Atlantic Forest is one of the biggest conservation challenges in Brazil. In a biome with high human presence, understanding the...

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Central hypotheses for the third agroforestry paradigm within a common definition.

Published online: 18 Jan 2017

Authors: Noordwijk, M. van & Coe, R. & Sinclair, F.

Content type: Bulletin

In the four decades of its existence, agroforestry as a concept has been understood and defined in multiple ways, often referring to a specific system...

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The Potential Contribution of Agroforestry to Net Zero Objectives.

Published online: 03 Nov 2022

Published by: Woodland Trust

Authors: Burgess, P. J. & Graves, A.

Content type: Miscellaneous

The aim of this report, for the Woodland Trust, is to examine the potential contribution of agroforestry to net zero objectives in the United Kingdom ...

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Multifunctional shade-tree management in tropical agroforestry landscapes - a review.

Published online: 15 Jun 2011

Authors: Tscharntke, T. & Clough, Y. & Bhagwat, S. A. & Damayanti Buchori & Faust, H. & Hertel, D. & Hölscher, D. & Juhrbandt, J. & Kessler, M. & Perfecto, I. & Scherber, C. & Schroth, G. & Veldkamp, E. & Wanger, T. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Agricultural intensification reduces ecological resilience of land-use systems, whereas paradoxically, environmental change and climate extremes requi...

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Diversity of airborne arthropods in a silvoarable agroforestry system.

Published online: 05 Apr 1995

Authors: Peng, R. K. & Incoll, L. D. & Sutton, S. L. & Wright, C. & Chadwick, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The diversity and abundance of airborne arthropods in a silvoarable agroforestry system with associated forestry and arable control areas in northern ...

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Agroforestry species of Peru: annotated list and contribution to priorization for genetic resource conservation.

Published online: 14 Aug 2019

Authors: Cerrón-Macha, J. M. & Castillo, J. D. del & Valverde-Quiroz, J. C. & Cornelius, J. P.

Content type: Bulletin

In 2017, ICRAF began a prioritization process aimed at orientating its future genebank activities in Peru. The present report documents the first stag...

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Pollination of Coffea canephora in relation to local and regional agroforestry management.

Published online: 05 Nov 2003

Authors: Klein, A. M. & Steffan-Dewenter, I. & Tscharntke, T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Pollination of crops depends on local agricultural management and the quality of adjacent habitats. Lowland coffee Coffea canephora, is an important t...

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Rubber agroforestry in Thailand provides some biodiversity benefits without reducing yields.

Published online: 22 Jul 2020

Authors: Warren-Thomas, E. & Nelson, L. & Juthong, W. & Bumrungsri, S. & Brattström, O. & Stroesser, L. & Chambon, B. & Penot, É. & Tongkaemkaew, U. & Edwards, D. P. & Dolman, P. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

1. Monocultural rubber plantations have replaced tropical forest, causing biodiversity loss. While protecting intact or semi-intact biodiverse forest ...

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