Tran Duc Vien
Tran Duc Vien
Prof. Agronomy
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Swidden change in Southeast Asia: understanding causes and consequences
O Mertz, C Padoch, J Fox, RA Cramb, SJ Leisz, NT Lam, TD Vien
Human Ecology 37 (3), 259-264, 2009
Shifting cultivation: a new old paradigm for managing tropical forests
J Fox, DM Truong, AT Rambo, NP Tuyen, LT Cuc, S Leisz
BioScience 50 (6), 521-528, 2000
Geospatial revolution and remote sensing LiDAR in Mesoamerican archaeology
AF Chase, DZ Chase, CT Fisher, SJ Leisz, JF Weishampel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (32), 12916-12921, 2012
Carbon outcomes of major land‐cover transitions in SE Asia: great uncertainties and REDD+ policy implications
AD Ziegler, J Phelps, JQ Yuen, EL Webb, D Lawrence, JM Fox, TB Bruun, ...
Global change biology 18 (10), 3087-3099, 2012
The demise of swidden in Southeast Asia? Local realities and regional ambiguities
C Padoch, K Coffey, O Mertz, SJ Leisz, J Fox, RL Wadley
Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography 107 (1), 29-41, 2007
Hydrological consequences of landscape fragmentation in mountainous northern Vietnam: evidence of accelerated overland flow generation
AD Ziegler, TW Giambelluca, LT Tran, TT Vana, MA Nullet, J Fox, TD Vien, ...
Journal of Hydrology 287 (1-4), 124-146, 2004
Land-use and land-cover change and farmer vulnerability in Xishuangbanna prefecture in southwestern China
X Jianchu, J Fox, JB Vogler, ZPF Yongshou, Y Lixin, Q Jie, S Leisz
Environmental Management 36 (3), 404-413, 2005
An assessment of trends in the extent of swidden in Southeast Asia
D Schmidt-Vogt, SJ Leisz, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Thiha, P Messerli, ...
Human Ecology 37 (3), 269, 2009
The effects of land tenure policy on rural livelihoods and food sufficiency in the upland village of Que, North Central Vietnam
J Jakobsen, K Rasmussen, S Leisz, R Folving, NV Quang
Agricultural systems 94 (2), 309-319, 2007
Who counts? Demography of swidden cultivators in Southeast Asia
O Mertz, SJ Leisz, A Heinimann, K Rerkasem, W Dressler, VC Pham, ...
Human Ecology 37 (3), 281-289, 2009
Culture, Envionment, and Farming Systems in Vietnam's Northern Mountain Region
TD Vien
Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 41 (2), 180-205, 2003
Mitigation potential of soil conservation in maize cropping on steep slopes
VD Tuan, T Hilger, L MacDonald, G Clemens, E Shiraishi, TD Vien, ...
Field Crops Research 156, 91-102, 2014
Recognizing contemporary roles of swidden agriculture in transforming landscapes of Southeast Asia
AD Ziegler, JM Fox, EL Webb, C Padoch, SJ Leisz, RA Cramb, O Mertz, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (4), 846-848, 2011
Analysis of the sustainability within the composite swidden agroecosystem in northern Vietnam: 1. Partial nutrient balances and recovery times of upland fields
N Van Dung, TD Vien, NT Lam, TM Tuong, G Cadisch
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 128 (1-2), 37-51, 2008
Sediment induced soil spatial variation in paddy fields of Northwest Vietnam
P Schmitter, G Dercon, T Hilger, TT Le Ha, NH Thanh, N Lam, TD Vien, ...
Geoderma 155 (3-4), 298-307, 2010
Hydrological consequences of landscape fragmentation in mountainous northern Vietnam: buffering of Hortonian overland flow
AD Ziegler, TW Giambelluca, D Plondke, S Leisz, LT Tran, J Fox, ...
Journal of Hydrology 337 (1-2), 52-67, 2007
Effects of swidden cultivation, state policies, and customary institutions on land cover in a Hani village, Yunnan, China
X Jianchu, J Fox, L Xing, N Podger, S Leisz, A Xihui
Mountain Research and Development, 123-132, 1999
Classifying and mapping the urban transition in Vietnam
S Saksena, J Fox, J Spencer, M Castrence, M DiGregorio, M Epprecht, ...
Applied Geography 50, 80-89, 2014
Using traditional swidden agriculture to enhance rural livelihoods in Vietnam's uplands
TD Vien, SJ Leisz, NT Lam, AT Rambo
Mountain Research and Development 26 (3), 192-196, 2006
Climate change and its impact on agriculture in Vietnam
TD Vien
Journal of the International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural …, 2011
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