His primary scientific interests are in Land use, Forest management, Environmental resource management, Ecology and Economic geography. His Land use study often links to related topics such as Agriculture. His Forest management research integrates issues from Biodiversity, Forest ecology and Environmental protection.
His work on Spatial ecology, Landscape ecology, Fire ecology and Seasonality as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Spatial variability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in Spatial ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Regional science and Ecology. His Economic geography study also includes fields such as
Matthias Bürgi spends much of his time researching Ecology, Land use, Environmental resource management, Agroforestry and Landscape ecology. His Ecology course of study focuses on Physical geography and Fire regime and Plateau. His work carried out in the field of Land use brings together such families of science as Forestry and Cultural landscape.
His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Quality, Biodiversity, Environmental protection, Forest management and Ecology. His research integrates issues of Wood pasture, Agriculture, Forest ecology and Litter in his study of Agroforestry. His Landscape ecology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both European Landscape Convention, Landscape history, Grassland and Sustainable development.
Land use, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Cultural landscape and Landscape ecology are his primary areas of study. In general Land use, his work in Land cover is often linked to Environmental systems linking many areas of study. Matthias Bürgi has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Ecology, Reforestation, Historical document and Land management.
Matthias Bürgi combines subjects such as Natural, Quality and Physical geography with his study of Ecology. His Landscape ecology research incorporates elements of European Landscape Convention, Landscape history, Sustainable development, Regime shift and Grassland degradation. In his study, Sustainability and Ecosystem services is strongly linked to Landscape epidemiology, which falls under the umbrella field of Landscape history.
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Driving forces of landscape change — current and new directions
Landscape Ecology (2004)
The driving forces of landscape change in Europe: a systematic review of the evidence
Transitions in European land-management regimes between 1800 and 2010
Martin Rudbeck Jepsen;Tobias Kuemmerle;Daniel Müller;Daniel Müller;Karlheinz Erb.
Containing urban sprawl—Evaluating effectiveness of urban growth boundaries set by the Swiss Land Use Plan
Land Use Policy (2009)
Going beyond landscape change description: Quantifying the importance of driving forces of landscape change in a Central Europe case study
Land Use Policy (2009)
Linking Land Change with Driving Forces and Actors: Four Conceptual Models
Climate change and nature conservation in Central European forests: a review of consequences, concepts and challenges
Forest Ecology and Management (2011)
Driving forces and rates of landscape change as a promising combination for landscape change research—An application on the northern fringe of the Swiss Alps
Land Use Policy (2007)
The abandonment of traditional agricultural landscape in Slovakia - analysis of extent and driving forces
Journal of Rural Studies (2015)
Exploring ecosystem-change and society through a landscape lens: recent progress in European landscape research
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