The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climate change, Environmental resource management, Agriculture, Vulnerability and Agricultural economics. His biological study focuses on Political economy of climate change. The study incorporates disciplines such as Management science, Participatory management, Risk analysis, Scarcity and Socioeconomics in addition to Environmental resource management.
His work carried out in the field of Agriculture brings together such families of science as Productivity, Poverty, Bioenergy and Adaptive capacity. His Vulnerability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Risk analysis, Flooding and Extreme weather. His research investigates the connection between Agricultural economics and topics such as Agricultural extension that intersect with problems in Rural area, Food processing, Farm income, Food security and Agroecology.
Jürgen Scheffran mostly deals with Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Natural resource economics and Sustainability. Jürgen Scheffran combines subjects such as Agriculture, Development economics, Vulnerability and Human security with his study of Climate change. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Agricultural economics and Agriculture.
His work investigates the relationship between Environmental resource management and topics such as Livelihood that intersect with problems in Resource. Jürgen Scheffran combines subjects such as Bioenergy and Land use with his study of Natural resource economics. His Sustainability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental economics and Sustainable development.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Agriculture, Socioeconomics, Environmental planning and Sustainability. Jürgen Scheffran studies Adaptive capacity which is a part of Climate change. His Agriculture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Forest management, Multivariate probit model and Agricultural economics.
The concepts of his Socioeconomics study are interwoven with issues in Water scarcity, Diversity, Internally displaced person, Government and Scarcity. His research in Sustainability intersects with topics in Social system and Tipping point. Jürgen Scheffran studied Vulnerability and Socioeconomic development that intersect with Development economics.
His main research concerns Climate change, Natural resource economics, Environmental planning, Armed conflict and Livelihood. His study of Adaptive capacity is a part of Climate change. His Natural resource economics research includes elements of Energy transition and Land use.
His Environmental planning research includes themes of Urbanization and Sustainability. Jürgen Scheffran has included themes like Regional science and State in his Armed conflict study. His Livelihood research incorporates elements of Water efficiency, System dynamics, Resource and Groundwater.
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Climate change, vulnerability and adaptation in North Africa with focus on Morocco
Janpeter Schilling;Korbinian P. Freier;Elke Hertig;Jürgen Scheffran.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2012)
Farmers' perceptions of and adaptation strategies to climate change and their determinants: the case of Punjab province, Pakistan
Mohammad Abid;Jürgen Scheffran;U. A. Schneider;M. Ashfaq.
Earth System Dynamics Discussions (2015)
Climate change vulnerability, adaptation and risk perceptions at farm level in Punjab, Pakistan.
Muhammad Abid;Janpeter Schilling;Jürgen Scheffran;Farhad Zulfiqar.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
One effect to rule them all? A comment on climate and conflict
H. Buhaug;H. Buhaug;J. Nordkvelle;T. Bernauer;T. Böhmelt.
Climatic Change (2014)
Raiding pastoral livelihoods: motives and effects of violent conflict in north-western Kenya
Janpeter Schilling;Francis E. O. Opiyo;Francis E. O. Opiyo;Jürgen Scheffran.
Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification
Jens Hartmann;A. Joshua West;Philip Renforth;Peter Köhler.
Reviews of Geophysics (2013)
Climate as a risk factor for armed conflict
Katharine J. Mach;Caroline M. Kraan;W. Neil Adger;Halvard Buhaug;Halvard Buhaug.
Disentangling the Climate-conflict Nexus: Empirical and Theoretical Assessment of Vulnerabilities and Pathways
Jurgen Scheffran;Michael Brzoska;Jasmin Kominek;P. Michael Link.
Review of European Studies (2012)
Adaptation to climate change and its impacts on food productivity and crop income: Perspectives of farmers in rural Pakistan
Muhammad Abid;Uwe A. Schneider;Jürgen Scheffran.
Journal of Rural Studies (2016)
Agent-Based Computational Modelling
Francesco C. Billari;Thomas Fent;Alexia Prskawetz;Jürgen Scheffran.
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