|WaNuLCAS Version 2.0: Background on a Model of Water, Nutrient and Light Capture in Agroforesty Systems|
M Van Noordwijk, B Lusiana, N Khasanah, R Mulia
|Carbon neutral? No change in mineral soil carbon stock under oil palm plantations derived from forest or non-forest in Indonesia|
N Khasanah, M van Noordwijk, H Ningsih, S Rahayu
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 211, 195–206, 2015
|Carbon footprint of Indonesian palm oil production: a pilot study|
S Dewi, N Khasanah, S Rahayu, A Ekadinata, M van Noordwijk
Bogor, Indonesia. World Agroforestry Centre-ICRAF, SEA Regional Office 8, 2009
|Agroforestry solutions for buffering climate variability and adapting to change|
M van Noordwijk, J Bayala, K Hairiah, B Lusiana, C Muthuri, N Khasanah, ...
Climate change impact and adaptation in agricultural systems. CAB …, 2014
|Soil and water movement: combining local ecological knowledge with that of modellers when scaling up from plot to landscape level|
L Joshi, W Schalenbourg, L Johansson, N Khasanah, E Stefanus, ...
Belowground Interactions in Tropical Agroecosystems, CAB International …, 2004
|The carbon footprint of Indonesian palm oil production|
N Khasanah, M van Noordwijk, A Ekadinata, S Dewi, S Rahayu, ...
Technical Brief, 10, 2012
|Crop and tree root-system dynamics|
M van Noordwijk, S Rahayu, SE Williams, K Hairiah, N Khasanah, ...
|Intercropping teak (Tectona grandis) and maize (Zea mays): bioeconomic tradeoff analysis of agroforestry management practices in Gunungkidul, West Java|
N Khasanah, A Perdana, A Rahmanullah, G Manurung, J Roshetko, ...
Agroforestry Systems 89 (6), 1019-1033, 2015
|Economic potential of land-use change and forestry for carbon sequestration and poverty reduction|
O Cacho, R Hean, K Ginoga, R Wise, D Djaenudin, M Lugina, Y Wulan, ...
|Aboveground carbon stocks in oil palm plantations and the threshold for carbon-neutral vegetation conversion on mineral soils|
MNHN Ni’matul Khasanah
Cogent Environmental Science 1 (1119964), 2015
|Climate change impact and adaptation in agricultural systems: soil ecosystem management in sustainable agriculture|
J Fuhrer, PJ Gregory
|Spatial variability of rainfall governs river flow and reduces effects on landuse change at landscape scale: GenRiver and SpatRain simulations|
M van Noordwijk, A Farida, DA Suyamto, N Khasanah
MODSIM proceedings, Townsville (Australia) July, 2003
|GenRiver and FlowPer: Generic River and Flow Persistence Models|
M Van Noordwijk, RH Widodo, A Farida, D Suyamto, B Lusiana, L Tanika, ...
User Manual Version 2, 119, 2011
|Subsidence and carbon dioxide emissions in a smallholder peatland mosaic in Sumatra, Indonesia|
N Khasanah, M van Noordwijk
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 24 (1), 147-163, 2019
|Can intensification reduce emission intensity of biofuel through optimized fertilizer use? Theory and the case of oil palm in Indonesia|
M van Noordwijk, N Khasanah, S Dewi
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (5), 940-952, 2017
|Quantifying nitrogen losses in oil palm plantations: models and challenges|
L Pardon, C Bessou, N Saint-Geours, B Gabrielle, N Khasanah, ...
|Seasonal availability of common bee flora in relation to land use and colony performance in Gergera Watershed Atsbi Wemberta District, Eastern Zone of Tigray, Ethiopia|
Hawassa University, 2011
|Estimating carbon footprint from biodiesel production in oil palm: methodology and results from two sites in Indonesia|
M Van Noordwijk, S Dewi, N Khasanah
International Conference on Oil Palm and the Environment ICOPE, 23-25, 2010
|Prospects of adoption of tree-based systems in a rural landscape and its likely impacts on carbon stocks and farmers welfare: the FALLOW model application in Muara Sungkai …|
DA Suyamto, M van Noordwijk, B Lusiana, A Ekadinata, N Khasanah
ICRAF Southeast Asia Working Paper, 2005
|Palm oil expansion in tropical forest margins or sustainability of production?: Focal issues of regulations and private standards|
M van Noordwijk, P Pacheco, M Slingerland, S Dewi, Ni’matul Khasanah
World Agroforestry Centre, 2017