Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Land use, Soil carbon and Recreation are her primary areas of study. Her Downscaling research extends to Environmental resource management, which is thematically connected. In the subject of general Land use, her work in Land use, land-use change and forestry and Agricultural land is often linked to Regionalisation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The various areas that Catharina J.E. Schulp examines in her Land use, land-use change and forestry study include Natural resource economics, Biosphere and Vegetation. Catharina J.E. Schulp interconnects Soil organic matter and Physical geography in the investigation of issues within Soil carbon. Her studies in Recreation integrate themes in fields like Abundance, Biodiversity and Agricultural economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Land use, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Land management. The concepts of her Ecosystem services study are interwoven with issues in Biodiversity and Environmental economics. Catharina J.E. Schulp has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Agricultural land, Cultural landscape and Sustainable development.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Downscaling and Environmental protection in addition to Agricultural land. Her work in the fields of Land use, such as Land cover, overlaps with other areas such as Spatial variability. Her Land use, land-use change and forestry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Freshwater ecosystem, Natural resource economics, Climate change and Vegetation.
Catharina J.E. Schulp spends much of her time researching Ecosystem services, Land use, Environmental resource management, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Natural resource economics. Her Ecosystem services study improves the overall literature in Ecosystem. Catharina J.E. Schulp works on Land use which deals in particular with Land management.
Catharina J.E. Schulp has included themes like Atmospheric carbon cycle, Soil carbon, Soil type and Greenhouse gas in her Environmental resource management study. Her Land use, land-use change and forestry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climate change and Freshwater ecosystem. Her Natural resource economics research includes elements of Agriculture, Agricultural productivity and Sustainability.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental planning, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land use, Cultural landscape and Ecosystem services. Environmental planning is closely attributed to Regional planning in her research. Her research integrates issues of Land cover, Climate change, Land management and Environmental resource management in her study of Land use, land-use change and forestry.
Catharina J.E. Schulp combines subjects such as Common Agricultural Policy and Urbanization with her study of Land use. Her study ties her expertise on Recreation together with the subject of Cultural landscape. Her study on Ecosystem services is covered under Ecosystem.
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Downscaling of land use change scenarios to assess the dynamics of European landscapes
Peter H. Verburg;C.J.E. Schulp;N. Witte;A. Veldkamp.
Mapping ecosystem services demand: A review of current research and future perspectives
S. Wolff;C.J.E. Schulp;P.H. Verburg.
Effect of tree species on carbon stocks in forest floor and mineral soil and implications for soil carbon inventories
Catharina J E Schulp;Gert Jan Nabuurs;Peter H. Verburg;Rein W. de Waal.
Future carbon sequestration in Europe—Effects of land use change
Catharina J E Schulp;Gert Jan Nabuurs;Peter H. Verburg.
A quantitative framework for assessing spatial flows of ecosystem services
H.M. Serna-Chavez;C.J.E. Schulp;P.M. van Bodegom;W. Bouten.
Quantifying and mapping ecosystem services: Demand and supply of pollination in the European Union
C.J.E. Schulp;S. Lautenbach;P.H. Verburg.
Wild food in Europe: A synthesis of knowledge and data of terrestrial wild food as an ecosystem service
Catharina J.E. Schulp;W. Thuiller;Peter H. Verburg.
Uncertainties in Ecosystem Service Maps: A Comparison on the European Scale
Catharina J. E. Schulp;Benjamin Burkhard;Joachim Maes;Jasper Van Vliet.
Unpacking ecosystem service bundles : Towards predictive mapping of synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem services
Rebecca Spake;Rémy Lasseur;Emilie Crouzat;James M. Bullock.
Trade-offs of European agricultural abandonment
Emma H. van der Zanden;Peter H. Verburg;Peter H. Verburg;Catharina J.E. Schulp;Pieter Johannes Verkerk.
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