Catharina JE Schulp
Catharina JE Schulp
Assistant Professor, VU University Amsterdam
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Downscaling of land use change scenarios to assess the dynamics of European landscapes
PH Verburg, CJE Schulp, N Witte, A Veldkamp
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 114 (1), 39-56, 2006
4522006
Mapping ecosystem services demand: A review of current research and future perspectives
S Wolff, CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Ecological Indicators 55, 159-171, 2015
3712015
Effect of tree species on carbon stocks in forest floor and mineral soil and implications for soil carbon inventories
CJE Schulp, GJ Nabuurs, PH Verburg, RW de Waal
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (3), 482-490, 2008
3072008
Future carbon sequestration in Europe—effects of land use change
CJE Schulp, GJ Nabuurs, PH Verburg
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 127 (3), 251-264, 2008
2622008
A quantitative framework for assessing spatial flows of ecosystem services
HM Serna-Chavez, CJE Schulp, PM van Bodegom, W Bouten, ...
Ecological Indicators 39, 24-33, 2014
2182014
Quantifying and mapping ecosystem services: Demand and supply of pollination in the European Union
CJE Schulp, S Lautenbach, PH Verburg
Ecological Indicators 36, 131-141, 2014
1982014
Wild food in Europe: A synthesis of knowledge and data of terrestrial wild food as an ecosystem service
CJE Schulp, W Thuiller, PH Verburg
Ecological Economics 105, 292-305, 2014
1972014
Uncertainties in Ecosystem Service Maps: A Comparison on the European Scale
CJE Schulp, B Burkhard, J Maes, J Van Vliet, PH Verburg
PloS one 9 (10), e109643, 2014
1662014
Unpacking ecosystem service bundles: Towards predictive mapping of synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem services
R Spake, R Lasseur, E Crouzat, JM Bullock, S Lavorel, KE Parks, ...
Global Environmental Change 47, 37-50, 2017
1312017
Trade-offs of European agricultural abandonment
EH van der Zanden, PH Verburg, CJE Schulp, PJ Verkerk
Land Use Policy 62, 290-301, 2017
1102017
Effect of land use history and site factors on spatial variation of soil organic carbon across a physiographic region
CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 133 (1), 86-97, 2009
1042009
Bundles of ecosystem (dis) services and multifunctionality across European landscapes
MA Mouchet, ML Paracchini, CJE Schulp, J Stürck, PJ Verkerk, ...
Ecological Indicators 73, 23-28, 2017
982017
Interregional flows of ecosystem services: Concepts, typology and four cases
M Schröter, T Koellner, R Alkemade, S Arnhold, KJ Bagstad, KH Erb, ...
Ecosystem services 31, 231-241, 2018
942018
Characterizing European cultural landscapes: Accounting for structure, management intensity and value of agricultural and forest landscapes
KF Tieskens, CJE Schulp, C Levers, J Lieskovský, T Kuemmerle, ...
Land Use Policy 62, 29-39, 2017
932017
Mapping and modelling trade-offs and synergies between grazing intensity and ecosystem services in rangelands using global-scale datasets and models
K Petz, R Alkemade, M Bakkenes, CJE Schulp, M van der Velde, ...
Global Environmental Change 29, 223-234, 2014
932014
Pathways to bridge the biophysical realism gap in ecosystem services mapping approaches
NM Sandra Lavorel, Anita Bayer, Alberte Bondeau, Sven Lautenbach, Ana Ruiz ...
Ecological Indicators 74, 241-260, 0
93*
Aesthetic appreciation of the cultural landscape through social media: An analysis of revealed preference in the Dutch river landscape
KF Tieskens, BT Van Zanten, CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Landscape and Urban Planning 177, 128-137, 2018
872018
Mapping ecosystem functions and services in Eastern Europe using global-scale data sets
CJE Schulp, R Alkemade, KK Goldewijk, K Petz
Taylor & Francis, 2012
802012
Trade-off analysis of ecosystem services in Eastern Europe
A Ruijs, A Wossink, M Kortelainen, R Alkemade, CJE Schulp
Ecosystem Services 4, 82-94, 2013
782013
Opportunities for sustainable intensification in European agriculture
LA Scherer, PH Verburg, CJE Schulp
Global Environmental Change 48, 43-55, 2018
772018
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