Mette Termansen mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Land use and Ecology. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Livelihood, Agricultural productivity, Recreation and Adaptability. Her studies deal with areas such as Biodiversity, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Land-use planning as well as Ecosystem services.
Her Agriculture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Incentive, Psychological resilience and Vulnerability. Her study in the fields of Agricultural land under the domain of Land use overlaps with other disciplines such as Goods and services, Environmental governance and Stakeholder. In general Ecology study, her work on Climate change, Species distribution, Adaptive capacity and Mediterranean climate often relates to the realm of Hotspot, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her main research concerns Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Agriculture, Land use and Climate change. Mette Termansen studies Ecosystem valuation, a branch of Ecosystem services. Her work focuses on many connections between Environmental resource management and other disciplines, such as Recreation, that overlap with her field of interest in Willingness to pay.
Her Agriculture research also works with subjects such as
Ecosystem services, Natural resource economics, Agriculture, Environmental resource management and Climate change are her primary areas of study. Her Ecosystem services study deals with the bigger picture of Ecosystem. Her work carried out in the field of Natural resource economics brings together such families of science as Emissions trading, Marginal cost, Land use and Openness to experience.
Land use is a subfield of Ecology that Mette Termansen studies. Her Agriculture research integrates issues from Water quality, Biogas, Eutrophication and Environmental protection. Mette Termansen interconnects Climate change mitigation, Biodiversity, Bayesian network and Land use, land-use change and forestry in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management.
Mette Termansen mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Stakeholder and Agriculture. Her Ecosystem services study spans across into areas like Operationalization, Information gap, Information costs, Decision context and Economic valuation. Her work blends Environmental resource management and Provisioning studies together.
Her work on Nutrient cycle as part of general Ecosystem study is frequently linked to Benthos, bridging the gap between disciplines. Among her Stakeholder studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Decision tree, Assessment methods, Supply and demand, Urban management and Process management. Her Agriculture study combines topics in areas such as Corner solution, Agricultural science, Investment and Discrete choice.
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The role of biotic interactions in shaping distributions and realised assemblages of species: implications for species distribution modelling
Mary Susanne Wisz;Julien Pottier;W. Daniel Kissling;Loïc Pellissier.
Biological Reviews (2013)
Bringing ecosystem services into economic decision-making: land use in the United Kingdom.
Ian Jan Bateman;Amii R. Harwood;Georgina M. Mace;Robert T. Watson.
Mapping cultural ecosystem services: a framework to assess the potential for outdoor recreation across the EU
Maria Luisa Paracchini;Grazia Zulian;Leena Kopperoinen;Joachim Maes.
Typologies of crop-drought vulnerability: an empirical analysis of the socio-economic factors that influence the sensitivity and resilience to drought of three major food crops in China (1961–2001)
Elisabeth Simelton;Evan D.G. Fraser;Mette Termansen;Piers M. Forster.
Assessing Vulnerability to Climate Change in Dryland Livelihood Systems: Conceptual Challenges and Interdisciplinary Solutions
Evan D. G. Fraser;Andrew J. Dougill;Klaus Hubacek;Claire H. Quinn.
Policies for agricultural nitrogen management?trends, challenges and prospects for improved efficiency in Denmark
Tommy Dalgaard;Birgitte Hansen;Berit Hasler;Ole Hertel.
Environmental Research Letters (2014)
When we cannot have it all: Ecosystem services trade-offs in the context of spatial planning
Francis Turkelboom;Michael Leone;Sander Jacobs;Eszter Kelemen.
African plant diversity and climate change
Colin J. Mcclean;Jon. C. Lovett;Wolfgang KüPER;Lee Hannah.
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden (2005)
The means determine the end--Pursuing integrated valuation in practice
Sander Jacobs;Berta Martín-López;David N. Barton;Robert Dunford.
Groundwater nitrate response to sustainable nitrogen management
Birgitte Hansen;Lærke Thorling;Jörg Schullehner;Mette Termansen.
Scientific Reports (2017)
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