Her main research concerns Land use, Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Environmental planning and Land use, land-use change and forestry. Her Land use study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Common Agricultural Policy and Goods and services. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil science, Soil quality, Soil classification, Soil functions and Soil retrogression and degradation.
Her work in Sustainability tackles topics such as Environmental economics which are related to areas like Production–possibility frontier, Gross margin and Agricultural productivity. Her Environmental planning research includes elements of Cultural landscape, Recreation, Land management, Ecological network and Landscape assessment. The various areas that she examines in her Land use, land-use change and forestry study include Impact assessment and Sustainable development.
Katharina Helming mainly investigates Environmental resource management, Land use, Impact assessment, Environmental planning and Sustainability. In her research on the topic of Environmental resource management, Soil quality and Agroforestry is strongly related with Soil functions. Her study explores the link between Land use and topics such as Sustainable development that cross with problems in Stakeholder.
The concepts of her Impact assessment study are interwoven with issues in Citizen journalism and Environmental impact assessment. Her Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Developing country, Agriculture, Food security and Landscape assessment. Her Sustainability research focuses on Ecosystem services and how it connects with Environmental protection.
Katharina Helming focuses on Soil functions, Soil management, Ecosystem services, Agriculture and Sustainability. Her research links Environmental resource management with Soil functions. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Impact assessment and Agricultural productivity.
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Katharina Helming focuses on Soil functions, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Impact assessment and Context. In most of her Soil functions studies, her work intersects topics such as Agricultural productivity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil management and Resource.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil carbon, Environmental protection, Soil retrogression and degradation, Sustainable agriculture and Crop rotation in addition to Ecosystem services. Katharina Helming interconnects Sustainable development, Social responsibility, Agricultural education and Sustainability in the investigation of issues within Impact assessment. Katharina Helming has included themes like Soil biodiversity and Environmental planning in her Food security study.
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Soil erosion under different rainfall intensities, surface roughness, and soil water regimes
M.J.M Römkens;K Helming;S.N Prasad.
Indicators for multifunctional land use—Linking socio-economic requirements with landscape potentials
Hubert Wiggering;Claus Dalchow;Michael Glemnitz;Katharina Helming.
Soil roughness and overland flow
Gerard Govers;Ingrid Takken;Katharina Helming.
Does research applying the DPSIR framework support decision making
Karen Tscherning;Katharina Helming;Bernd Krippner;Stefan Sieber.
Sustainability Impact Assessment of land use policies
Katharina Helming;Marta Pérez-Soba;Paul Tabbush.
Surface Roughness Related Processes of Runoff and Soil Loss: A Flume Study
K. Helming;M. J. M. Römkens;S. N. Prasad.
Assessing the productivity function of soils. A review
Lothar Mueller;Uwe Schindler;Wilfried Mirschel;T. Graham Shepherd.
Multifunctional land use: meeting future demands for landscape goods and services
Ülo Mander;Katharina Helming;Hubert Wiggering.
Land use functions — a multifunctionality approach to assess the impact of land use changes on land use sustainability
Marta Pérez-Soba;Sandrine Petit;Laurence Jones;Nathalie Bertrand.
Ex ante impact assessment of land use changes in European regions — the SENSOR approach
Katharina Helming;Karen Tscherning;Bettina König;Stefan Sieber.
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