Margaret Skutsch mostly deals with Deforestation, Environmental resource management, Climate change, Greenhouse gas and Forest management. Margaret Skutsch interconnects Agroforestry, Sustainability and Environmental planning in the investigation of issues within Deforestation. Environmental resource management is frequently linked to Carbon stock in her study.
Her Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sustainable management and Amazon rainforest. The concepts of her Sustainable management study are interwoven with issues in Developing country, Biosequestration, Community-based management and Livelihood. Margaret Skutsch works mostly in the field of Forest management, limiting it down to topics relating to Estimation and, in certain cases, Natural resource economics.
Margaret Skutsch spends much of her time researching Deforestation, Environmental resource management, Forest management, Natural resource economics and Environmental planning. Margaret Skutsch has included themes like Agroforestry and Climate change, Carbon credit, Greenhouse gas in her Deforestation study. Her work deals with themes such as United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Sustainable management and Land use, land-use change and forestry, which intersect with Environmental resource management.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biosequestration and Livelihood in addition to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Her research in Forest management intersects with topics in Carbon sequestration and Developing country. Agrarian society is closely connected to Ecosystem services in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Natural resource economics.
Margaret Skutsch focuses on Deforestation, Forest degradation, Environmental resource management, Forestry and Shifting cultivation. Margaret Skutsch studies Deforestation, focusing on Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in particular. Her research integrates issues of Forest management, Environmental monitoring, Communal ownership and Remote sensing in her study of Environmental resource management.
Her primary area of study in Forest management is in the field of Community forestry. Her study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental degradation, Climate change, Sustainable management and Ecosystem services. In general Forestry study, her work on Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests and Sustainable forest management often relates to the realm of Stock and Simple linear regression, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental resource management, Deforestation, Communal ownership, Environmental monitoring and Community participation. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Regional science and Community forestry. Her study in the fields of Forest degradation under the domain of Deforestation overlaps with other disciplines such as Monitoring system.
Communal ownership is closely attributed to Natural resource in her work.
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Monitoring, reporting and verification for national REDD + programmes: two proposals
Martin Herold;Margaret Skutsch.
Environmental Research Letters (2011)
At the heart of REDD+: a role for local people in monitoring forests?
Finn Danielsen;Margaret Skutsch;Margaret Skutsch;Neil D. Burgess;Neil D. Burgess;Per Moestrup Jensen.
Conservation Letters (2011)
A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech Accords
B. Schlamadinger;N. Bird;T. Johns;T. Johns;S. Brown.
Environmental Science & Policy (2007)
Options for monitoring and estimating historical carbon emissions from forest degradation in the context of REDD
Martin Herold;Rosa María Román-Cuesta;Danilo Mollicone;Yasumasa Hirata.
Carbon Balance and Management (2011)
Clearing the way for reducing emissions from tropical deforestation
Environmental Science & Policy (2007)
A sourcebook of methods and procedures for monitoring and reporting anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and removals associated with deforestation, gains and losses of carbon stocks in forests remaining forests, and forestation.: GOFC-GOLD Report version COP18-1
Frederic Achard;Sandra Brown;Michael Brady;Ruth DeFries.
The gender - Energy- Poverty NEXUS : finding the energy to address gender concerns in development
DFID Project (2002)
The cost of carbon abatement through community forest management in Nepal Himalaya
Ecological Economics (2010)
How countries link REDD+ interventions to drivers in their readiness plans: implications for monitoring systems
The role of community carbon monitoring for REDD+: a review of experiences
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2012)
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