LABscape

Mediterranean Landscape Systems LAB

Team

Maria Teresa Amado Pinto Correia

Head

Maria Teresa Amado Pinto Correia

José Francisco Ferragolo da Veiga

Researcher

José Francisco Ferragolo da Veiga

Maria E. L. Sales-Baptista

Researcher

Maria E. L. Sales-Baptista

Dominik Noll

Researcher

Dominik Noll

Catarina G. B. M. Esgalhado

Researcher

Catarina G. B. M. Esgalhado

Maria B. F. S. C. Freitas

Researcher

Maria B. F. S. C. Freitas

André Filipe Catarino de Oliveira

Researcher

André Filipe Catarino de Oliveira

Maria Rivera Mendez

Researcher

Maria Rivera Mendez

José Rafael Muñoz-Rojas Morenés

Researcher

José Rafael Muñoz-Rojas Morenés

Sergio Prats Alegre

Researcher

Sergio Prats Alegre

Maria Isabel Ferraz de Oliveira

Researcher

Maria Isabel Ferraz de Oliveira

Oscar González Pelayo

Researcher

Oscar González Pelayo

J. Tiago Marques

Researcher

J. Tiago Marques

Nuno R. G. N. Guiomar

Researcher

Nuno R. G. N. Guiomar

Maria H. M. E. Guimarães

Researcher

Maria H. M. E. Guimarães

Antonio Alberto Rodríguez Sousa

Researcher

Antonio Alberto Rodríguez Sousa

Paola Andrea Hernández

Researcher - PhD Student

Paola Andrea Hernández

Maria C. R. D. L. Coelho

Technical Assistant

Maria C. R. D. L. Coelho

Patrícia A. A. G. Bacalhau

Research Manager

Patrícia A. A. G. Bacalhau

Contacts

labscape@uevora.pt

+351 266 760 885*

Labscape/MED – Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development
Universidade de Évora – Polo da Mitra
Apartado 94, 7006-554 Évora Portugal

* Call cost to Portugal landline

About us

LABscape has consolidated progressively its position as a research team since 2002 – and continues constantly evolving. We are part of MED- Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development (https://www.med.uevora.pt/), at the University of Évora, and of the Associated Lab CHANGE – Global Change and Sustainability Institute, which brings together teams of researchers from the Universities of Évora, Nova de Lisboa, Lisboa and Açores.

We focus on rural landscapes in the Mediterranean and their complex processes or change, from natural resources to human activities and communities: how they change, why they change, where they are likely heading, what is gained and what is lost, how they can be most effectively and sustainably managed and governed. We adopt a systemic approach and we are deeply interdisciplinary. We sustain that by combining multiple disciplines in our projects, methods, and everyday discussions, our joint work leads to a more complete understanding of the complex and uncertain world around us and strengthens our adaptive capacity as researchers. Interdisciplinarity therefore defines our uniqueness and strength as an obvious source of innovation for formulating research questions and devising pathways towards sustainability.

We are an internationally competitive team of 12 experienced post-docs and associated junior researchers. We have been involved in a number of European projects, including eight H2020 projects, and are currently engaged in three Horizon Europe, two LIFE +, one PRIMA section 1 and one PRIMA section 2, among others, at levels ranging from the EU (ERASMUS +, MSCA-Marie Curie) to the National, regional and local levels (FCT, Regional Directories and Local Councils). We are part of national and European scientific advisory boards. We bring together expertise in rural geography and planning, policy assessment, remote sensing, spatial analysis and modelling, landscape ecology and engineering, soil degradation and restoration, socio-metabolic research, governance, innovation mechanisms and transdisciplinary processes of knowledge co-construction.

Besides research, we are a key triggering platform for social and institutional innovation in our region, bridging over to the national and international (EU and pan-Mediterranean) levels. We have a capital of trust materialized as relations with multiple stakeholders at local, regional, national and European levels. Effectively engaging these stakeholders is a key element of all our applied research. Our ambition is to support and inform evidence-based decision making by private companies and the public administration.

Our work is organized in five thematic lines, strongly interconnected:

  1. Trans-disciplinarity and Co-construction
  2. Innovation Processes and Governance
  3. Sustainability Assessments
  4. Monitoring and Indicators
  5. Management and Policies

And we very much look forward to expand our collaborations and networks!

News and Activities

Projects

Ongoing research projects

International Funding

MOVING: Mountain Valorization through Interconnectedness and Green Growth

DESCRIPTION:

European mountain areas play a central role in the well-being of many highly populated European regions. The big question is how these mountain areas are being impacted by climate change. The EU-funded MOVING project will build capacities and co-develop policy frameworks across Europe. It will establish new or upscaled value chains to boost resilience and sustainability of mountain areas. The first step will be to screen traditional and emerging value chains in all European mountain areas. The next step will involve in-depth assessment of vulnerability and resilience of land use, production systems and value chains in 23 mountain regions. The project will use a virtual research environment to promote online interactions amongst actors and new tools to ensure information is accessible by different audiences.

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Project duration: 2020-2024

Funded by H2020-EU.3.2.1.3.

Our Budget: € 220 156

Contact Person: Teresa Pinto-Correia

 

SUSTAINOLIVE: Novel approaches to promote the SUSTAInability of OLIVE cultivation in the Mediterranean

DESCRIPTION:

Europe concentrates approximately 70% of world olive oil production. Tunisia and Morocco contribute 10% of world production. In total, 7.7 million hectares are accounted for in the Mediterranean basin. Therefore, olive cultivation is the backbone of the socio-economic and cultural life of many regions in the Mediterranean basin. The overall objective of SUSTAINOLIVE is to enhance the sustainability of the olive oil farming sector throughout the implementation and promotion of a set of innovative sustainable management solutions that are based on agro-ecological concepts, and on the exchange of knowledge and co-creation involving multiple actors and end-users.

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Project duration: 2019-2023

Funded by PRIMA

Our Budget: € 237.966,37

Contact Person: José Muñoz-Rojas

 

FIREPOCTEP: Strengthening cross-border systems for preventing and extinguishing forest fires and improving resources for rural employment creation post-Covid-19

DESCRIPTION:

The FIREPOCTEP project falls under Thematic Objective 5 of the POCTEP Programme: Promoting adaptation to climate change in all sectors. In addition, it seeks to respond to the investment priority, in relation to the POCTEP Programme, 5B: Fostering investment to address specific risks and ensure adaptation to disasters and the development of disaster management systems. FIREPOCTEP seeks to foster the development of common approaches between cross-border regions, allowing the strengthening of forest fire prevention and extinction systems in both countries and the improvement of resources for rural employment creation in the face of the Covid-19 health crisis. Its objectives are: 1) Identify Strategic Management Areas to minimize the risk and effects of large rural fires through integrated landscape management considering climate change; 2) Encourage public and private investment through pilot experiences in the framework of Circular Green Economy and research of new market opportunities; 3) Raise awareness of the rural population on the risk of large forest fires, as well as on good prevention practices and self-protection. To train and equip the resources employed in rural fire management systems in both countries.

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Project duration: 2020-2022

Funded by Interreg V A Espanha – Programa Portugal (POCTEP) 2014-2020

Our Budget:

Contact Person: Nuno Guiomar

 

CILIFO: Forest Fire Fighting and Research Iberian Centre

DESCRIPTION: 

The Iberian Centre for Research and Fighting Forest Fires (CILIFO) is 75% funded by the Interreg VA Spain - Portugal - POCTEP (2014-2020) Cross-border Cooperation Programme. The project's central objectives are: 1) To reinforce and combine cooperation, working procedures and training between forest fire prevention and extinction devices in the cooperation area of the Euroregion Alentejo - Algarve - Andalusia; 2) To promote the creation of lasting and quality jobs in the area; 3) To reduce the economic cost of fires, creating a rural economy linked to the landscape; 4) To improve the response capacity to forest fires of the administrations and authorities engaged in prevention and extinction systems in the three regions involved.

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Project duration: 2019-2022

Funded by Interreg V A Espanha – Programa Portugal (POCTEP) 2014-2020

Our Budget: € 892 498

Contact Person: Nuno Guiomar

 

National Funding

FUEL-SAT: Integrating data from different satellites to map forest fuels: the role of remote sensing for effective forest fuels management

DESCRIPTION:

Besides climatic conditions and topography, fire behaviour is highly dependent on the amount and distribution (vertical and horizontal) of the available fuel, which in turn is associated with the main vegetation characteristics, such as type, structure and moisture content. Thus, fuel characterization and classification are recognized as one of the most important factors that should be taken into consideration for fire prevention and pre-fire planning. Remote sensing and satellite data are advanced technology capable of measuring, mapping and monitoring how, when and where forest fuels are most likely to burn, in an effective, synoptic, systematic and consistent manner. Spatial information from fuel models can be generated from an integration of satellite data from various sources, including optical, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and light detection and ranging (LiDAR) information, to overcome known limitations when only optical data is used. Despite the general consensus that the fire problem is a national priority, no study has been carried out in Portugal involving a multi-source satellite approach to generate variables related to combustible vegetation. This approach, consists in a crucial step to produce information and build an operational tool for decision support in fire prevention and planning. Thus, the overall objective of the project is to develop and test a methodology to integrate satellite data from various sources to improve the estimation and mapping of forest fuels in the central region of mainland Portugal. Specifically, the project has three main objectives: (i) to estimate based on ICESat-2 data key variables related to combustible vegetation (Canopy Height (AC), Canopy Cover (CC), Canopy Base Height (ABC), Bush Height (AM), Bush Cover (CM), "Canopy Bulk Density (CBD)), considering the nature of complexity of the fuel types related to fires in Portugal; ii) extrapolating the variables AC, CC, ABC, AM, CM and CBD calculated on the basis of ICESat-2 data to areas where no such information exists due to lack of sensor coverage, integrating information from several remote sensing data sources (Sentinel-1, PALSAR- 2, Sentinel-2 and SRTM); and iii) evaluating the impact of using spatially continuous information on structural variables related to fuels in the definition of priority areas for fuel management.

Project duration: 2021-2024

Funded by FCT (PCIF/GRF/0116/2019)

Our Budget: € 177 077

Contact Person: Nuno Guiomar 

 

OLEADAPT: Pest Management Strategy for the Resilience and Sustainability of Olive Growing in the Face of Climate Change

DESCRIPTION:

Climate change poses a major challenge to agriculture. Even if the goal of keeping warming below 2.0°C is achieved, almost all global agricultural land will continue to experience changes in local climate over the coming decades. Knowing that crop yields and quality may decrease under new temperature and precipitation regimes has therefore become a major global concern. The overall objective of the proposed research agenda, OLEAdapt, is to provide a climate-smart pest management strategy for the cultivation of the olive tree (Olea europaea var. europaea), one of the most widespread and economically relevant crops in mainland Portugal. This strategy will focus on exploiting the climate-related phenotypic diversity - or climatic diversity - currently present in O. europaea, and how this diversity can be best exploited for climate change adaptation. To achieve this challenging goal, OLEAdapt will conduct an ecological and economic assessment at a scale of detail of the impacts of climate change on the abundance and incidence of a major pest of the olive tree (Bactrocera oleae), combining climate projections with management strategies based on biocontrol services provided to bats to suggest varieties that maximize owner objectives. Overall, OLEAdapt will help the olive and olive oil industry to better adapt to ongoing climate change.

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Project duration: 2021-2023

Funded by FCT (PTDC/BIA-CBI/1365/2020)

Our Budget: € 249.789,66

Contact Person: José Muñoz-Rojas

 

EROFIRE: Post-fire erosion risk assessment using molecular markers

DESCRIPTION:

Fire negatively affects soil health and quality, favouring the occurrence of erosive processes and their loss. This impact on soils is intensified by global warming, which exacerbates the risk of wildfires. Consequently, new forms of carbon (C) are produced in the soil, also occurring thermal modifications in previously existing forms of carbon. These modifications lead to the formation of substances with weak colloidal properties (increasing run-off rates) and greater resistance to chemical and biological degradation (non-proliferation of micro-organisms). However, the effects of fire on soils can be reversed. After fire, soil properties naturally return to their original state; the rate of erosion is reduced, and soil functionality is again achieved. Therefore, early detection of soil recovery and the effectiveness of recovery actions is important in decision making and planning future strategies to be adopted after forest fires. Traditionally, the assessment of the degree of soil recovery is done by visual inspection, taking into account the speed and recovery of vegetation cover in the area affected by fire. However, no attention has been paid to the quantity and quality (chemical composition) of the soil, which can provide better and more accurate information about the degree of recovery. Therefore, it is of vital importance to identify biogeochemical markers associated with soil susceptibility to external agents and its ability to recover and that can be related to spatially explicit and easily determined indicators in order to allow upscaling. The main objectives of the proposed project are: i) to establish a post-fire performance model based on the risk of soil loss and its quality, and ii) the development of a tool to monitor soil recovery. The project proposes a multidisciplinary approach to the study of soils affected by fire that allows us to obtain precise information regarding the processes involved in the loss of soil cohesion and increasing erosion, as well as the changes that lead to the recovery of the functionality of soils affected by fire.

Project duration: 2019-2022

Funded by FCT (PCIF/RPG/0079/2018)

Our Budget: € 255 980

Contact Person: Nuno Guiomar (PI: Nicasio Jiménez-Morillo)

 

Non-funding projects

Assessing the usefulness of ICESat-2 data for wildland fuel mapping

DESCRIPTION:

Recent studies have suggested that fire regimes will be altered as a response to climate change, resulting in an increased frequency and intensity of wildfires in areas already fire-prone, as well as an increase in susceptible areas. In this context, the projected weather conditions for the Mediterranean region, associated with the existing vegetation, will favor higher wildfire frequency and severity. In Portugal, catastrophic consequences of these extreme circumstances have already been observed in 2003, 2005, and 2017, with the occurrence of large wildfires causing extensive economic, environmental and human losses. In 2017, Portugal had suffered a record number of devastating wildfires, which burned an area of 539 920 ha of forests, shrublands and agricultural land causing 117 deaths. This situation clearly imposes an urgent need for a more sustainable coexistence with fire by promoting the adaptation of fire management policies to the new fire regimes. To better support fire and fuel management decisions is vital the development of an effective spatial information systems, namely with remote sensing-based methodologies, to generate accurate and timely information of fuel-related variables. In Portugal the lack of accurate and high resolution maps representing key-fuel related variables at a national scale has been conditioning the implementation of an effective decision-making process regarding fire prevention and planning. As such, this project intends to develop and test a multi-source satellite approach for mapping fuel-related variables. In particular, the project will focus on the assessment of the main capabilities of a space-borne LiDAR system (ICESat-2) in retrieving vegetation height and vertical structure information, as it is critical for fire simulators.

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Project duration: 2021-...

Project involving the provision of experts by NASA under the ICESat-2 Applied Users programme

Contact Person: Nuno Guiomar (CoPI)

 

Tertúlias do Montado

DESCRIPTION:

Tertulias do Montado is an initiative of the Institute of Agrarian and Environmental Sciences (ICAAM) of the University of Évora which aims to create a regular and structured dialogue between the various stakeholders involved in the study, management and use of the Montado. Thus, the tertúlias are prepared based on participative methodologies in which the general objectives are: 1) creation of a cohesive group of participants, 2) integration of different types of knowledge and interests, 3) contribute to the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the Alentejo.

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Project duration: 2017-...

Contact Person: Helena Guimarães

Publications

In press

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Guimarães, M.H., Nunes, L.C., Rodrigues, A., Madureira, L., Dentinho, T., 2021. Evaluation of environmental actions by local citizens – a choice modeling application. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management in press. DOI
  • Pintassilgo, P., Pinto, P., Costa, A., Matias, A., Guimarães, M.H., 2021. Environmental attitudes and behaviour of birdwatchers: a missing link. Tourism Recreation Research in press. DOI

2022

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Homobono, T., Guimarães, M.H., Esgalhado, C., Madureira, L., 2022. Water governance in Mediterranean farming systems through the social-ecological systems framework—An empirical case in southern Portugal. Land 11: 178. DOI
  • Melo, P.C., Rego, C., Anciães, P.R., Guiomar, N., Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2022. Does road accessibility to cities support rural population growth? Evidence for Portugal between 1991 and 2011. Journal of Regional Science 62(2): 443-470. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, I., Guimarães, M.H., Sales-Baptista, E., Pinto-Cruz, C., Godinho, C., SantosR.V., 2022. Result-based payments as a tool to preserve the High Nature Value of complex silvo-pastoral systems: progress toward farm-based indicators. Ecology and Society 27(1):39. DOI
  • Sales-Baptista, E., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Terra-Braga, M., Lopes de Castro, J.A., Serrano, J., Cancela d’Abreu, M., 2022. Characterization of grazing behaviour microstructure using point-of-view cameras. PloS ONE 17(3): e0265037. DOI

Book chapters

  • Fernandes, P.M., Rossa, C.G., Madrigal, J., Rigolot, E., Ascoli, D., Hernando, C., Guiomar, N., Guijarro, M., 2022. Prescribed burning in the European Mediterranean Basin. In: Weir, J.R., Scasta, D. (Eds.) Global application of prescribed fire. CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, pp. 214-232.
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., Rivera, M., Veiga, J.F., Barroso, J.L., Pinto-Correia, T., 2022. Interactive innovation is a key factor influencing the sustainability of value chains in the wine sector. In: Costa, J.M., Catarino, S., Escalona, J.M., Comuzzo, P.(Eds.) Improving Sustainable Viticulture and Winemaking Practices. Elsevier, pp.

2021

Books

  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), 2021. Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 1. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba. ISBN: 978-65-250-0254-5
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), 2021. Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 2. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba. ISBN: 978-65-250-0280-4
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London. DOI

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Angelstam, P., Fedoriak, M., Cruz, F., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Yamelynets, T., Manton, M., Washbourne, C.-L., Dobrynin, D., Izakovičova, Z., Jansson, N., Jaroszewicz, B., Kanka, R., Kavtarishvili, M., Kopperoinen, L., Lazdinis, M., Metzger, M.J., Özüt, D., Gjorgjieska, D.P., Sijtsma, F.J., Stryamets, N., Tolunay, A., Turkoglu, T., van der Moolen, B., Zagidullina, A., Zhuk, A., 2021. Meeting places and social capital supporting rural landscape stewardship: A Pan-European horizon scanning. Ecology and Society 26(1): 11. DOI
  • Angelstam, P., Manton, M., Yamelynets, T., Fedoriak, M., Albulescu, A.C., Bravo, F., Cruz, F., Jaroszewicz, B., Kavtarishvili, M., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Sijtsma, F., Washbourne, C.-L., Agnoletti, M., Dobrynin, D., Izakovicova, Z., Jansson, N., Kanka, R., Kopperoinen, L., Lazdinis, M., Metzger, M., van der Moolen, B., Özut, D., Gjorgieska, D.P., Stryamets, N., Tolunay, A., Turkoglu, T., Zagidullina, A., 2020. Maintaining natural and traditional cultural green infrastructures across Europe: learning from historic and current landscape transformations. Landscape Ecology 36: 637-663. DOI
  • Azeda, C., Guiomar, N., Godinho, S., Medeiros, J.P., Pinto-Correia, T., 2021. The ambiguous role of agri-environment-climate measures in the safeguarding of High Nature Value Farming Systems: The case of the Montado in Portugal. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 319: 107562.  DOI
  • Barreira, A.P., Amado, C., Santos, S., Andraz, J., Guimarães, M.H., 2021. Assessment and determinants of the quality of life in Portuguese cities. International Regional Science Review 44(6): 647-683. DOI
  • Bouma, J., Pinto-Correia, T., Veerman, C., 2021. Assessing the role of soils when developing sustainable agricultural production systems focused on achieving the UN-SDGs and the EU Green Deal. Soil Systems 5: 56. DOI
  • Couto, F.T., Salgado, R., Guiomar, N., 2021. Forest fires in Madeira island and the fire weather created by orographic effects. Atmosphere 12: 827. DOI
  • Elbakidze, M. Surová, D., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Persson, J-O., Dawson, L., Plieninger, T., Pinto-Correia, T., 2021. Perceived benefits from agroforestry landscapes across North-Eastern Europe: What matters and for whom? Landscape and Urban Planning 209: 104044. DOI
  • Esgalhado, C., Guimarães, M.H., Lardon, S., Debolini, M., Balzan, M.V., Gennai-Schott, S.C., Rojo, M.S., Mekki, I., Bouchemal, S., 2021. Mediterranean land system dynamics and their underlying drivers: stakeholder perception from multiple case studies. Landscape and Urban Planning 213: 104134. DOI
  • Guiomar, N., Godinho, S., Rivera, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Machado, R., Czekaj, M., Tyran, E., Puchala, J., 2021. Assessing food availability: a novel approach for the quantitative estimation of the contribution of small farms in regional food systems in Europe. Global Food Security 30: 100555. DOI
  • Hernández, P.A., Galli, F., Prosperi, P., Šūmane, S., Duckett, D., Almaas, H.E., 2021. Do small food businesses enable small farms to connect to regional food systems? Evidence from 9 European regions. Global Food Security 29: 100505. DOI
  • Karanikolas, P., Martinez-Gomez, V., Galli, F., Prosperi, P., Hernández, P.A., Arnalte-Mur, L., Rivera, M., Goussios, G., Fastelli, L., Oikonomopoulou, E., Fonseca, A., 2021. Food system integration of olive-oil-producing small farms in Southern Europe. Global Food Security 28: 100499. DOI
  • Luján-Soto, R., Cuéllar-Padilla, M. Rivera, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Boix-Fayos, C., de Vente, J., 2021. Participatory monitoring and evaluation of regenerative agriculture to enable social learning, adoption, and out-scaling. Ecology and Society 26(4): 29. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Rivera, M., Guarín, A., Grivins, M., Tisenkopfs, T., Hernández, P.A., 2021. Unseen food: The importance of extra-market small farm's production for rural households in Europe. Global Food Security 30: 100563. DOI
  • Rodríguez-Sousa, A.A., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia, T., Aguilera, P.A., Barandica, J.M., Rescia, A.J., 2021. A comparative analysis of soil loss tolerance and productivity of the olive groves in the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) areas Norte Alentejano (Portugal) and Estepa (Andalusia, Spain). Agronomy 11: 665. DOI
  • Sales-Baptista, E., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., 2021. Grazing in silvopastoral systems: multiple solutions for diversified benefits. Agroforestry Systems 95: 1-6. DOI
  • Serrano, J., Sales-Baptista, E., Shahidian, S., Marques-da-Silva, J., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Lopes-de-Castro, J., Pereira, A., Cancela d'Abreu, M., Carvalho, M., 2021. Proximal sensors for monitoring seasonal changes of feeding sites selected by grazing ewes. Agroforestry Systems 95: 55-69. DOI
  • Sørensen, I.H., Torralba, M., Quintas-Soriano, C., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Plieninger, T., 2021. Linking cork to cork oak landscapes: mapping the value chain of cork production in Portugal. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5: 787045. DOI

Book chapters

  • Acosta-Naranjo, R., Pinto-Correia, T., Amores-Lemus, L., 2021. Professions and local users. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Acosta-Naranjo, R., Pinto-Correia, T., Amores-Lemus, L., 2021. Property rights and rights of use. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Boscolo, D., Ramos, I.L., Rego, F.C., Guiomar, N., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Pinto-Correia, T., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., 2021. Introdução: ecologia da paisagem em Portugal e no Brasil. In: Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 1. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba, pp. 21-32.
  • Botequilha-Leitão, A., Guiomar, N., 2021. Padrões de paisagem. In: Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 1. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba, pp. 81-110.
  • Freire, M.C., Ramos, I.J., Cabecinha, E., Faria, S., Guiomar, N., 2021. Corredores ecológicos. In: Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 2. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba, pp. 137-166.
  • Guimarães, M.H., Herrera, P.M., 2021. Multi-actor platforms as a mechanism for actively bringing together actors and their interests. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Guiomar, N., Faria, S., Godinho, S., Machado, R., Boscolo, D., 2021. Dinâmicas e evolução da paisagem. In: Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 1. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba, pp. 111-148.
  • Guzmán-Álvarez, J.R., Guimarães, M.H., 2021. The spatial, temporal and social construction of the concept of silvopastoral systems - The case of montado and dehesa. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Moreno, G., Herrera, P.M., Guimarães, M.H., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., 2021. Time for collective actions. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., Guzmán-Álvarez, J.R., Loupa-Ramos, I., 2021. The complexity of public policies in Iberian montados and dehesas. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia, T., 2021. Decisions by farmers and land managers at the farm level. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Oliveira, A.S., Silva, J.S., Gaspar, J., Guiomar, N., Fernandes, P., 2021. Is native forest an alternative to prevent wildfire in the WUI in Central Portugal? In: Nunes, A., Amaro, A., Vieira, A., Castro, F.V., Félix, F. (coord.), Geografia, Riscos e Proteção Civil. Homenagem ao Professor Doutor Luciano Lourenço, Volume 2. Associação Portuguesa de Riscos, Prevenção e Segurança, Vilarinho, pp. 67-77. Direct link to the publication
  • Pinto-Correia, T., 2021. Modelos conceptuais de paisagem. In: Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Boscolo, D., Ciochetti, G., Firmino, A., Guiomar, N. (coord.), Ecologia da Paisagem no contexto luso-brasileiro, Volume 1. Editora Appris, Mercês-Curitiba, pp. 37-58.
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Acosta-Naranjo, R., Moreno, G., Guimarães, M.H., 2021. Introduction. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Herrera, P.M., Acosta-Naranjo, R., 2021. Landowners. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI
  • Surová, D., Pinto-Correia, T., 2021. Societal views on the silvopastoral systems. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H., Moreno, G., Acosta-Naranjo, R. (Eds.) Governance for Mediterranean silvopastoral systems. Routledge, London.  DOI

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  • Sigmund, G., Jiménez-Morillo, N., Santin, C., de la Rosa, J.M.,  Guiomar, N., Vieira, D., Certini, G., 2021. Effects of wildfires and pyrogenic carbon on soil functioning and organic matter dynamics. Soil (Impact Factor (2020): 5,841)

 

2020

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Arnalte-Mur, L., Ortiz-Miranda, D., Cerrada-Serra, P., Martinez-Gómez, V., Moreno-Pérez, O., Barbu, R., Bjorkhaug, H., Czekaj, M., Duckett, D., Galli, F., Goussios, G., Grivins, M., Hernández, P.A., Prosperi, P., Šūmane, S., 2020. The drivers of change for the contribution of small farms to regional food security in Europe. Global Food Security 26: 100395. DOI
  • Esgalhado C .Guimarães, M.H., 2020. Unveiling contrasting preferred trajectories of local development in southeast Portugal. Land 9(3): 87-87. DOI
  • Esgalhado C.Guimarães M.H., Debolini M., Guiomar N., Lardon S., Ferraz de Oliveira I., 2020. A holistic approach to land system dynamics – The Monfurado case in Alentejo, Portugal. Land Use Policy 95: 104607. DOI
  • Galli, F., Grando, S., Adamsone-Fiskovica, A., Bjørkhaug, H., Czekaj, M., Duckett, D.G., Almaas, H., Karanikolas, P., Moreno-Pérez, O.M., Ortiz-Miranda, D., Pinto-Correia, T., Prosperi, P., Redman, M., Rivera, M., Toma, I., Sánchez-Zamora, P., Šūmane, S., Żmija, K., Żmija, D., Brunori, G., 2020. How do small farms contribute to food and nutrition security? Linking European small farms, strategies and outcomes in territorial food systems. Global Food Security 26: 100427. DOI
  • Gomes, L., Nobre, T., Sousa, A., Rei, F., Guiomar, N., 2020. Hyperspectral reflectance as a basis to discriminate olive varieties—A tool for sustainable crop management. Sustainability 12(7): 3059DOI
  • Guarín, A., Rivera, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Guiomar, N., Šūmane, S., Moreno-Pérez, O.M., 2020. A new typology of small farms in Europe. Global Food Security 26: 100389. DOI
  • Lomba, A., Moreira, F., Klimek, S., Jongman, R.H., Sullivan, C., Moran, J., Poux, X., Honrado, J.P., PintoCorreia, T., Plieninger, T., McCracken, D.I., 2020. Back to the future: rethinking socioecological systems underlying high nature value farmlands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18(1): 36-42. DOI
  • Machado, R., Bayot, R., Godinho, S., Pirnat, J., Santos, P., Sousa-Neves, N., 2020. LDTtool: a toolbox to assess landscape dynamics. Environmental Modelling & Software 133: 104847. DOI
  • Machado, R., Godinho, S., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., Pirnat, J., 2020.  Using graph theory to analyse and assess changes in Mediterranean woodland connectivity. Landscape Ecology 35: 1291-1308. DOI
  • Plieninger, T., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Buck, L.E., Scherr, S.J., 2020. Agroforestry for sustainable landscape management. Sustainability Science 15: 1255-1266. DOI
  • Primdahl, J., van Eetvelde, V., Pinto-Correia, T., 2020. Rural landscapes — challenges and solutions to landscape governance. Land 9: 521. DOI
  • Rivera, M., Guarín, A., Pinto-Correia, T., Almaas, H., Mur, L.A., Burns, V., Czekaj, M., Ellis, R., Galli, F., Grivins, M., Hernández, P., Karanikolas, P., Prosperi, P., Zamora, P.S., 2020. Assessing the role of small farms in regional food systems in Europe: evidence from a comparative study. Global Food Security 26: 100417. DOI
  • Rosário, M.S., Pinto-Correia, T., Fonseca, A.da Veiga, J.F., 2020. Contributos da pequena agricultura através da metodologia dos Valores de Produção Padrão. Revista de Ciências Agrárias 43(NE1): 14-25. DOI
  • Šūmane, S., Miranda, D.O., Pinto-Correia, T., Czekaj, M., Duckett, D., Galli, F., Givrins, M., Noble, C., Tisenkopfs, T., Toma, I., Tsiligiridis, T., 2020. Supporting the role of small farms in the European regional food systems: What role for the science-policy interface? Global Food Security 28: 100433. DOI
  • Tisenkopfs, T., Adamsone-Fiskovica, A., Kilis, E., Šūmane, S., Grivins, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Bjørkhaug, H., 2020. Territorial fitting of small farms in Europe. Global Food Security 26: 100425. DOI
  • Valerio, F., Ferreira, E., Godinho, S., Pita, R., Mira, A., Fernandes, N., Santos, S.M., 2020. Predicting microhabitat suitability for an endangered small mammal using Sentinel-2 data. Remote Sensing 12(3): 562. DOI

Book chapters

  • Grando, S., Brunori, G., Pinto-Correia, T., Sutherland, L.-A., 2020. Small farming and the food system. In: Brunori, G., Grando, S. (Eds.) Innovation for sustainability: small farmers facing new challenges in the evolving food systems. Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley,  pp. 9-18.
  • Miller, D., Ode-Sang, A., Brown, I., Muñoz.Rojas, J., Wang, C., Donaldson-Selby, G., 2020. Landscape modelling and stakeholder engagement participatory approaches and landscape visualisation. In: Sang, N. (Ed.) Modeling nature-based solutions: integrating computational and participatory scenario modelling for environmental manage and planning. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 19-55. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., 2020. Geographies of the south. The study of the rural landscape in Portugal: southern unicity in patterns and changing functions. In: Lois-González, R.C. (Ed.) Geographies of Mediterranean Europe. Springer, Cham, pp. 145-165. DOI

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  • Debolini, M., Guimarães, M.H., Marraccini, E., 2020. Land and farming system dynamics on the Mediterranean basin: from global to local case studies. Land (Impact Factor (2019): 2,429) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI
  • Primdahl, J., Pinto-Correia, T., van Eetvelde, V., 2020. Rural landscapes – Challenges and solutions to landscape governance. Land (Impact Factor (2019): 2,429) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Guarin, A., Rivera, M., Brunori, G., 2020. The role of small farmers in the European food systems. Global Food Security (Impact Factor (2019): 6,034)

 

2019

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Amado, C.A.F., Barreira, A.P., Santos, S.P., Guimarães, M.H., 2019. Comparing the quality of life of cities that gained and lost population: an assessment with DEA and the Malmquist index. Papers in Regional Science, 98(5): 2075-2097. DOI
  • Angelstam, P., Manton, M., Elbakidze, M., Sijtsma, F., Adamescu, M.C., Avni, N., Beja, P., Bezak, P., Zyablikova, I., Cruz, F., Bretagnolle, V., Díaz-Delgado, R. Ens, B., Fedoriak, M., Flaim, G., Gingrich, S., Lavi-Neeman, M., Medinets, S., Melecis, V., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Schackermann, J., Stocker-Kiss, A., Setala, H., Stryamets, N., Taka, T., Tallec, G., Tappeiner, U., Tornblom, J., Yamelynets, T., 2019. LTSER platforms as a place-based transdisciplinary research infrastructure: learning landscape approach through evaluation. Landscape Ecology 34: 1461-1484. DOI
  • Angelstam, P., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia T., 2019. Landscape concepts and approaches foster learning about ecosystem services. Landscape Ecology 34: 1445-1460. DOI
  • Barreira, A.P., Nunes, L.C., Guimarães, M.H., Panagopoulos, T., 2019. Satisfied but thinking about leaving: The reasons behind residential satisfaction and residential attractiveness in shrinking Portuguese cities. International Journal of Urban Sciences 23(1): 67-87. DOI
  • Costa, P., Medinas, D., Silva, B.M., Mira, A., Guiomar, N., Sales-Baptista, E., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Simões, M.P., Belo, A.D.F., Herrera, J.M., 2019. Cattle-driven forest disturbances impact ensemble composition and activity levels of insectivorous bats in Mediterranean wood pastures. Agroforestry Systems, 93: 1687-1699. DOI
  • Czekaj, M., Hernández, P., Fonseca, A., Rivera, M., Żmija, K., Żmija, D., 2019. Uncovering production flows from small farms: results from Poland and Portugal case studies. Annals of the Polish Association of Agricultural and Agrobusiness Economists 21(3)_ 49-61. DOI
  • Eistrup, M., Sanches, A.R., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia, T., 2019. A “Young Farmer Problem”? Opportunities and constraints for generational renewal in farm management: an example from southern Europe. Land 8: 70. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2019. Identifying key factors, actors and relevant scales in landscape and conservation planning, management and decision making: promoting effective citizen involvement. Journal for Nature Conservation 47, 12-27.  DOI
  • Fernandes, P.M., Guiomar, N., Rossa, C.G., 2019. Analysing eucalypt expansion in Portugal as a fire-regime modifier. Science of the Total Environment 666: 79-88. DOI
  • Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Guimarães, H., Sales-Baptista, E., Pinto-Correia, T., 2019. Medidas agro-ambientais baseadas em resultados: conciliar a produção com a conservação em sistemas de pastoreio em áreas de elevado valor natural. Revista Portuguesa de Zootecnia IV(2): 137-142.
  • Fonseca, A., Marques, C., Pinto-Correia, T., Guiomar, N., Campbell, D., 2019. Emergy evaluation for decision-making in complex multifunctional farming systems. Agricultural Systems 171: 1-12. DOI
  • Gichenje, H., Godinho, S., 2019. A climate-smart approach to the implementation of land degradation neutrality within a water catchment area in Kenya. Climate 7: 136. DOI
  • Gichenje, H., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia T., 2019. Opportunities and limitations for achieving land degradation-neutrality through the current land-use policy framework in Kenya. Land 8(8), 115. DOI
  • Gichenje, H., Pinto-Correia, T., Godinho, S., 2019. An analysis of the drivers that affect greening and browning trends in the context of pursuing land degradation-neutrality. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment 15: 100251. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Esgalhado, C., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, I., Pinto-Correia T., 2019. How long does it take to make innovation became custom? The Montado case study. Open Agriculture 4: 144-158. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Pohl, C., Bina, O.,  Varanda, M., 2019. Who is doing inter- and transdisciplinary research, and why? An empirical study of motivations, attitudes, skills, and behaviours. Futures 112: 102441. DOI
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia, T., Napoleone, C., 2019. Farm and land system dynamics in the Mediterranean: integrating different spatial-temporal scales and management approaches. Land Use Policy 88: 104082. DOI
  • Pereira, M., Guiomar, N., 2019. A recuperação pós-fogo dos carvalhais marcescentes do Alentejo e Algarve. Quercetea 12: 31-41.
  • Pereira, M., Guiomar, N., 2019. Recuperação das comunidades de Arbutus unedo L. no Alentejo e Algarve sujeitas a ciclos e características de incêndios florestais distintos. Quercetea 12: 91-101.
  • Pereira, P.F., Lourenço, R., Lopes, C., Oliveira, A., Ribeiro-Silva, J., Rabaça, J.E., Pinto-Correia, T., Figueiredo, D., Mira, A., Marques, J.T., 2019. The influence of management and environmental factors on insect attack on cork oak canopy. Forest Ecology and Management 453: 117582, DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Thorsøe, M.H., Noe E.B., 2019. Governance discourses reflecting tensions in a multifunctional land use system in decay; Tradition versus modernity in the Portuguese montado. Sustainability 11: 3363. DOI
  • Primdahl J., Pinto-Correia T. and Pedroli B., 2019. European Landscapes in Transition: implications for policy integration and landscape governance. Eurochoices 18(3): 18-23. DOI
  • Rangel, M., Pita, C., de Oliveira, M.M., Guimarães, M.H., Rainha, R., Sonderblohm, C., Monteiro, P., Oliveira, F., Ballesteros, M., Gonçalves, J.M.S., Pierce, G.J., Erzini, K., 2019. Do fisher associations really represent their members’ needs and opinions? The case study of the octopus fishery in the Algarve (south Portugal). Marine Policy 101, 276-284. DOI
  • Sijtsma, F.J., Mehnen, N., Angelstam, P., Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2019. Multi-scale mapping of cultural ecosystem services in a socio-ecological landscape: a case study of the international Wadden Sea Region. Landscape Ecology 34: 1751-1768. DOI
  • Villani, R., Sabbatini, T., Perez, O. M., Guiomar, N., Debolini, M., 2019. An open dataset about georeferenced harmonized national agricultural censuses and surveys of seven mediterranean countries. Data in Brief 27: 104774. DOI
  • von Wehrden, H., Guimarães, M.H, Bina, O., Varanda, M., Lang, D.J., John, B., Gralla, F., Alexander, D., Raines, D., White, A., Lawrence, R.J., 2019. Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research: finding the common ground of multi-faceted concepts. Sustainability Science 14, 875-888. DOI

Book chapters

  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2019. Foreword: Finally, a scientific Geography of Spain! In: Tapiador, F.J. (Ed.) The geography of Spain: a complete synthesis. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. i-iii.
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J.Pinto-Correia, T., Thorsøe, M.H., Noe E.B., 2019. The Portuguese montado: a complex system under tension between different land use management paradigms. In: Álvarez, F.A., Gomez-Mediavilla, G., López-Estébanez, N. (Eds.)  Silvicultures - Management and conservation. IntechOpen, London,  pp. 1-20. DOI

Coordination of Special Issues in scientific  journals indexed in SCOPUS and/or Web of Science

  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., Agelstam, P., Elbakidze, M., Pinto-Correia, T., 2019.  Landscape and the ecosystem services framework: improving governance and stewardship for sustainable territorial development and resilience. Landscape Ecology (Impact Factor (2018): 4,349) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Napoleone, C., Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2019. Farm and land system dynamics in the Mediterranean basin: integrating different spatial scales and management approaches. Land Use Policy (Impact Factor (2018): 3,573) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI

 

 2018  

Books

  • Pinto-Correia, T., Primdahl, J., Pedroli, B., 2018. European landscapes in transition. Implications for policy and practice. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 286 pp.

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Ashkenazy, A., Chebach, T.C., Knickel, K., Peter, S., Horowitz, B., Offenbach, R., 2018. Operationalising resilience in farms and rural regions–findings from fourteen case studies. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 211-221 . DOI
  • Bjørkhaug, H., Knickel, K., 2018. Rethinking the links between farm modernisation, rural development and resilience. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 194-196. DOI
  • de Roest, K., Ferrari, P., Knickel, K., 2018. Specialisation and economies of scale or diversification and economies of scope? Assessing different agricultural development pathways. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 222-231. DOI
  • Costa, A., Pintassilgo, P., Matias, A., Pinto, P., Guimarães, M.H., 2018. Birdwatcher profile in the Ria Formosa Natural Park. Tourism & Management Studies 14(1): 69-78. DOI
  • Elbakidze, M., Gebrehiwot, M., Angelstam, P., Yamelynets, T., Surová, D., 2018. Defining priority land covers that secure the livelihoods of urban and rural people in Ethiopia: a case study based on citizens’ preferences. Sustainability 10(6): 1701. DOI
  • Fernandes, JP., Guiomar, N., 2018. Nature-based solutions: the need to increase the knowledge on their potentialities and limits. Land Degradation and Development 29(6): 1925-1939. DOI
  • Fonseca, A., Themudo-Barata, F., 2018. Utilização de alimentos de substituição nos montados do Alentejo no segundo e terceiro quartis do século XX (Use of substitute foods in the "Montados" of Alentejo during the second and third quarters of the twentieth century). História & Economia 21: 67-81. Direct link to the publication
  • Gichenje, H., Godinho, S., 2018. Establishing a land degradation neutrality national baseline through trend analysis of GIMMS NDVI Time‐series. Land Degradation and Development 29(9): 2985-2997. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2018. Estimating tree canopy cover percentage in a mediterranean silvopastoral systems using Sentinel-2A imagery and the stochastic gradient boosting algorithm. International Journal of Remote Sensing 39(14), 4640-4662. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Surovy, P., Sousa, A., Gil, A., 2018. Advances in remote-sensing applications in silvo-pastoral systems. International Journal of Remote Sensing 39(14), 4565-4571. DOI
  • Guimarães, H., Guiomar, N., Surová, D., Godinho, S., Pinto-Correia, T., Sandberg A., Ravera, F.. Varanda M.,  2018. Structuring wicked problems in transdisciplinary research using the Social-Ecological Systems framework: an application to the montado system, Alentejo, Portugal. Journal of Cleaner Production 191: 417-428, DOI
  • Guiomar, N., Godinho, S., Pinto-Correia, T., Almeida, M., Bartolini, F., Bezák, P., Biró, M., Bjørkhaug, H., Bojnec, Š., Brunori, G., Corazzin, M., Czekaj, M., Davidova, S., Kania, J., Kristensen, S., Marraccini, E., Molnár, Z., Niedermayr, J., O’Rourke, E., Ortiz-Miranda, D., Redman, M., Sipiläinen, T., Sooväli-Sepping, H., Š?mane, S., Surová, D., Sutherland, L.A., Tcherkezova, E., Tisenkopfs, T., Tsiligiridis, T., Tudor, M.M., Wagner, K., Wästfelt, A., 2018. Typology and distribution of small farms in Europe: Towards a better picture. Land Use Policy 75: 784-798. DOI
  • Hernández, P.A., Guimarães, M.H., Rivera, M., Silva, E., 2018. Assessing sustainable food systems governance in EU’s outermost regions - The case of the Azores in Portugal. Sustainability 10(9): 3057. DOI
  • Knickel, K., Redman, M., Darnhofer, I., Ashkenazy, A., Chebach, T. C., Šūmane, S., Tisenkopfs, T., Zemeckis, R., Atkociuniene, V., Rivera, M., Strauss, A., Kristensen, L.S., Schiller, S., Koopmans, M.E., Rogge, E., 2018. Between aspirations and reality: making farming, food systems and rural areas more resilient, sustainable and equitable. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 197-210. DOI
  • Koopmans, M.E., Rogge, E., Mettepenningen, E., Knickel, K., Šūmane, S., 2018. The role of multi-actor governance in aligning farm modernization and sustainable rural development. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 197-210. DOI
  • Kruse, A., Marot, N., Alduk, Z., Benediktsson, K., Bottarelli, M., Brito, P., Centeri, C., Eiter, S., Frantal, B., Frolova, M., Gaillard, B., Grónás, V. Háyrynen, M., Hernandez Jimenez, V., Heiwitt, R., Hunziker, M.,Kabai, R., Karan, I., Lachowska, M., Martinat, S., Martinapoulos, G., Mestre, N., Mickovski, S.B., Miller, D., Otte, P., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Roehner, S., Roth, M., Schroth, O., Scognamiglio, A., Slupinski, M.,Stremke, S., Teschner, N., 2018. Glossary on renewable energy and landscape quality. Journal of Landscape Ecology SI2: 7-96. Direct link to the publication
  • Nijnik, A., Nijnik, M., Sarkki, S., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Miller, D., Kopyi, S., 2018. Is forest related decision-making in European treeline areas socially innovative? A Q-methodology enquiry into the perspectives of international experts. Forest Policy and Economics 92: 210-219. DOI
  • Pereira, M.M.D., Braga, P.E.T., Guiomar, N., Santos, F.D.S., Ribeiro, S., 2018. A flora e a vegetação dos afloramentos rochosos em três municípios na região Norte do Ceará, Brasil: caracterização fitossociológica. Rodriguésia 69(2): 281-299. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Guiomar, N., Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Sales-Baptista, E., Rabaça, J., Godinho, C., Ribeiro, N., Sá Sousa, P., Santos, P., Santos-Silva, C., Simões, M.P., Belo, A., Catarino, L., Costa, P., Fonseca, E., Godinho, S., Azeda, C., Almeida, M., Gomes, L., Lopes de Castro, J., Louro, R., Silvestre, M., Vaz, M., 2018. Progress in identifying High Nature Value Montados: relating biodiversity to grazing and stock management. Rangeland Ecology and Management 71: 612-625. DOI
  • Rivera, M., Knickel, K., de los Rios, I., Ashkenazy, A., Pears, D.Q., Chebach, T., Šūmane, S., 2018. Rethinking the connections between agricultural change and rural prosperity: a discussion of insights derived from case studies in seven countries. Journal of Rural Studies 59: 242-251. DOI
  • Rocchini, D., Luque, S., Pettorelli, N., Bastin, L., Doktor, D., Faedi, N., Feilhauer, H., Féret, J.-B., Foody, G.M., Gavish, Y., Godinho, S., Kunin, W.E., Lausch, A., Leitão, P.J., Marcantonio, M., Neteler, M., Ricotta, C., Schmidtlein, S., Vihervaara, P., Wegmann, M., Nagendra, H., 2018. Measuring β‐diversity by remote sensing: a challenge for biodiversity monitoring. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9(8): 1787-1798. DOI
  • Surová, D., Ravera, F., Guiomar, N., Sastre, R.M., Pinto-Correia, T., 2018. Contributions of iberian silvo-pastoral landscapes to the well-being of contemporary society. Rangeland Ecology Management 71: 560-570. DOI
  • Yoshimoto, A., Surový, P., Konoshima, M., Surová, D., 2018. Optimal trail routing for recreational management through visual quality values. Formath 17: 005. DOI

Book chapters

  • Bugalho, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Pulido, F., 2018. Human use of natural capital generates cultural and other ecosystem services in montado and dehesa oak woodlands. In: Paracchini, M.L., Zingari, P.C., Blasi C. (Eds.) Re-connecting natural and cultural capital. Contributions from science and policy. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.
  • Loupa-Ramos, I., Pinto-Correia, T., 2018. Landscape Character Assessment across scales: insights from the Portuguese experience on LCA in policy and planning. In: Fairclough, G., Sarlov-Herlin, I., Swanwick, C. (Eds.) Routledge handbook of Landscape Character Assessment. Current approaches to characterisation and assessment. Routledge, London, pp. 106-117.
  • Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2018. Case study C: The Great Trossachs Forest, a long-term approach to guide Highland landscape change in Scotland. In: Pinto-Correia, T., Primdahl, J., Pedroli, B. (Eds.) European landscapes in transition. Implications for policy and practice. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 93-97.
  • Silveira, A., Ferrão, J., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Pinto-Correia, T., Guimarães, M.H.,  Schmidt, L., 2018. The sustainability of agricultural intensification in the early 21st century: insights from the olive oil production in Alentejo (Southern Portugal). In: Delicado, A., Domingos, N., de Sousa, L. (Eds.) The diverse worlds of sustainability. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Lisboa, pp. 247-275. DOI

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2017

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Barreira, A.P., Agapito, D., Panagopoulos, T., Guimarães, M.H., 2017. Exploring residential satisfaction in shrinking cities: a decision-tree approach. Urban Research & Practice 10(2): 156-177. DOI
  • Barreira, A.P., Ramalho, J.J.S., Panagopoulos, T., Guimarães, M.H., 2017. Factors driving the population growth and decline of portuguese cities. Growth and Change 48(4): 853-868. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Freire, M., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2017. Using modeling tools for implementing feasible land use and nature conservation governance systems in small islands – The Pico Island (Azores) case-study. Journal of Environmental Management 189: 1-13. DOI
  • Fernandes, P.M., Guiomar, N., Mateus, P., Oliveira, T., 2017. On the reactive nature of forest fire-related legislation in Portugal: a comment on Mourão and Martinho (2016). Land Use Policy 60: 12-15. DOI
  • Guimarães, H., Fonseca, C., Gonzalez, C., Pinto-Correia, T., 2017. Reflecting on collaborative research into the sustainability of Mediterranean agriculture: a case study using a systematization of experiences approach. Journal of Research Practice 13(1): M1. DOI
  • Knickel, K., Ashkenazy, A., Chebach, T.C., Parrot, N., 2017. Agricultural modernization and sustainable agriculture: contradictions and complementarities. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 15(5): 575-592. DOI
  • Machado, R., Godinho, S., Pirnat J., Sousa-Neves N., Santos P., 2017. Assessment of landscape composition and configuration via spatial metrics combination: conceptual framework proposal and method improvement. Landscape Research 43(5): 652-664. DOI
  • Machado, R., Magalhães, P., Godinho, S., Santos, P., 2017. Wild rabbit restocking: suitable acclimation conditions foster adaptive behaviour and improve survival of captive reared rabbits. World Rabbit Science 25: 407-414. DOI
  • Martínez-Sastre, R., Ravera, F., González, J.A., Santiago, C.L., Bidegain, I., Munda, G., 2017. Mediterranean landscapes under change: combining social multicriteria evaluation and the ecosystem services framework for land use planning. Land Use Policy 67: 472-486. DOI
  • Oliveira, T.M., Guiomar, N., Baptista, F.O., Pereira, J.M., Claro, J., 2017. Is Portugal’s forest transition going up in smoke? Land Use Policy 66: 214-226. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Almeida, M., Gonzalez, C., 2017. Transition from production to lifestyle farming: new management arrangements in Portuguese small farms. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management 13(2), 136-146. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Azeda, C., 2017. Public policies creating tensions in Montado management models: insights from farmers’ representations. Land Use Policy 64: 76-82. DOI
  • Rosa, I., Pereira, H., Ferrier, S., Alkemade, R., Acosta, L., Akcakaya, H., den Belder, E., Fazel, A., Fujimori, S., Harfoot, M., Harhash, K., Harrison, P., Hauck, J., Hendriks, R., Hernández, G., Jetz, W., Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, S., Kim, H., King, N., Kok, M., Kolomytsev, G., Lazarova, T., Leadley, P., Lundquist, C., García Márquez, J., Meyer, C., Navarro, L., Nesshöver, C., Ngo, H., Ninan, K., Palomo, M., Pereira, L., Peterson, G., Pichs, R., Popp, A., Purvis, A., Ravera, F., Rondinini, C., Sathyapalan, J., Schipper, A., Seppelt, R., Settele, J., Sitas, N. and van Vuuren, D. (2017). Multiscale scenarios for nature futures. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1(10): 1416-1419. DOI
  • Sarkki, S., Jokinen, M., Nijnik, M., Zahvoyska, L., Abraham, E.M., Alados, C.L., Bellamy, C., Bratanova-Dontcheva, S., Grunewald, K., Kollar, J., Kraj?í, J., Kyriazopoulos, A.P., La Porta, N., Monteiro, A.T., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Parpan, T., Sing, L., Smith, M., Sutinen, M.-L., Tolvanen, A., Zhyla, T. 2017. Social equity in governance of ecosystem services: synthesis from European treeline areas. Climate Research 73: 31-44. DOI
  • Sonderblohm, C.P., Guimarães, M.H., Pita, C., Rangel, M., Pereira, J., Gonçalves, J.M.S., Erzini, K., 2017. Participatory assessment of management measures for octopus vulgaris pot and trap fishery from southern Portugal. Marine Policy 75: 132-142. DOI

Book chapters

  • Oliveira, T.M., Guiomar, N., Claro, J., Baptista, F.O., Pereira, J.M.C., Costa, P.L., Pacheco, A.P., 2017. A transição florestal e a governança do risco de incêndio nos últimos 100 anos. In: Ferreira, P.C. (coord.), Economia da floresta e ordenamento do território. Conselho Económico e Social, Lisboa, pp. 31-54..
  • Oliveira, R., Guiomar, N., 2017. From landscape character assessment enhancements towards a policy issue. The regional landscape strategy in the Azores, Portugal. In: Pungetti, G., Vogitazakis, I. (eds.) Island landscapes: an expression of European culture. Routledge, Oxon, pp. 101-112.

 

2016

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Almeida, M., Azeda, C., Guiomar, N., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. The effects of grazing management in montado fragmentation and heterogeneity. Agroforestry Systems 90: 69-85. DOI
  • Almeida, M., Loupa-Ramos, I., Menezes, H., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Guiomar, N., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Urban population looking for rural landscapes: different appreciation patterns identified in southern Europe. Land Use Policy 53: 44-55.  DOI
  • Alves, D., Barreira, A.P., Guimarães, M.H., Panagopoulos, T., 2016, Historical trajectories of currently shrinking Portuguese cities: Bridging theories of urban shrinkage. Cities 52: 20-29. DOI
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S.M., Pinto-Correia, T., Paracchini, M.L., 2016. Addressing the social landscape dimensions: the need for reconciling cross scale assessments for capturing Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES). Land Use Policy 53: 1-2. DOI
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Pinto-Correia, T., Paracchini, M.L., Schüpbach, B., Sang, A.O., Vanderheyden, V., Southern, A., Jones, P., Contreras, B., O'Riordan, T., 2016. Assessing the ability of rural agrarian areas to provide cultural ecosystem services (CES): a multi scale social indicator framework (MSIF). Land Use Policy 53: 8-19. DOI
  • Duckett, D., Feliciano, D., Martin-Ortega, J., Muñoz-Rojas, J., 2016. Tackling wicked environmental problems: the discourse and its influence on praxis in Scotland. Landscape and Urban Planning 154: 44-56. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., 2016. Simulating the stabilization effect of soil bioengineering interventions in Mediterranean environments using limit equilibrium stability models and combinations of plant species. Ecological Engineering 88: 122-142.  DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., 2016. Environmental ethics: driving factors beneath behavior, discourse and decision-making. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29: 507-540.  DOI
  • Fernandes, P.M., Monteiro-Henriques, T., Guiomar, N., Loureiro, C., Barros, A.M.G., 2016. Bottom-up variables govern large-fire size in Portugal. Ecosystems 19: 1362-1375. DOI
  • Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Azeda, C., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Management of Montados and Dehesas for High Nature Value: an interdisciplinary pathway. Agroforestry Systems 90: 1-6. DOI
  • Fonseca, A.M., Marques, C., Pinto-Correia, T., Campbell, D., 2016. Emergy analysis of a silvo-pastoral system, a case study in southern Portugal. Agroforestry Systems 90: 137-157. DOI
  • Germano, D., Machado, R., Godinho, S., Santos, P., 2016. The impact of abandoned/disused marble quarries on avifauna in the anticline of Estremoz, Portugal: does quarrying add to landscape biodiversity? Landscape Research 41(8): 880-891. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Gil, A., Guiomar, N., Costa, M.J., Neves, N., 2016. Assessing the role of Mediterranean evergreen oaks canopy cover in land surface albedo and temperature using a remote sensing-based approach. Applied Geography 74: 84-94. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Gil, A., Guiomar, N., Neves, N., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. A remote sensing-based approach to estimating montado canopy density using the FCD model: a contribution to identifying HNV farmlands in southern Portugal. Agroforestry Systems 90: 23-34. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2016. Using a stochastic gradient boosting algorithm to analyse theeffectiveness of Landsat 8 data for montado land cover mapping: application in southern Portugal. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 49: 151-162. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Guiomar, N., Machado, R., Santos, P., Sá-Sousa, P., Fernandes, J.P., Neves, N., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Assessment of environment, land management, and spatial variables on recent changes in montado land cover in southern Portugal. Agroforestry Systems 90: 177-192. DOI
  • Guerra, C.A., Maes, J. Geijzendorffer, I., Metzger, M.J., 2016. An assessment of soil erosion prevention by vegetation in Mediterranean Europe: current trends of ecosystem service. Ecological Indicators 60: 213-222. DOI
  • Guerra, C.A., Metzger, M.J., Maes, J., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Policy impacts on regulating ecosystem services: looking at the implications of 60 years of landscape change on soil erosion prevention in a Mediterranean silvo-pastoral system. Landscape Ecology 31: 271-290. DOI
  • Guerra, C.A., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016, Linking farm management and ecosystem service provision: Challenges and opportunities for soil erosion prevention in Mediterranean silvo-pastoral systems. Land Use Policy 51: 54-65. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Nunes, L.C., Barreira, A.P., Panagopoulos, T., 2016. Residents’ preferred policy actions for shrinking cities. Policy Studies 37(3): 254-273. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Nunes, L.C., Barreira, A.P., Panagopoulos, T., 2016. What makes people stay in or leave shrinking cities? An empirical study from Portugal. European Planning Studies 24(9): 1684-1708. DOI
  • Iniesta-Arandia, I., Ravera, F., Buechler, S., Díaz-Reviriego, I., Fernández-Giménez, M.E., Reed, M.G., Thompson-Hall, M., Wilmer, H., Aregu, L., Cohen, P., Djoudi, H., Lawless, S., Martín-López, B., Smucker, T., Villamor, G.B., Wangui, E.E., 2016. A synthesis of convergent reflections, tensions and silences in linking gender and global environmental change research. Ambio 45(S3): S383-S393. DOI
  • Jones, P.J., Andersen, E., Capitani, C., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Griffiths, G.H., Loupa-Ramos, I., Madeira, L., Mortimer, S.R., Paracchini, M.L., Pinto-Correia, T., Schmidt, A.M., Simoncini, R., Wascher, D.M., 2016. The EU societal awareness of landscape indicator: A review of its meaning, utility and performance across different scales. Land Use Policy 53: 112-122. DOI
  • Massetti, A., Sequeira, M.M., Pupo, A., Figueiredo, A., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2016. Assessing the effectiveness of RapidEye multispectral imagery for vegetation mapping in Madeira Island (Portugal). European Journal of Remote Sensing 49: 643-672. DOI
  • Paracchini, M.L., Pinto-Correia, T., Loupa-Ramos, I., Capitani C., Madeira, L., 2016. Progress in indicators to assess agricultural landscape valuation: how and what is measured at different levels of governance. Land Use Policy 53: 71-85. DOI
  • Pedroli, B., Pinto-Correia,T., Primdahl, J., 2016. Challenges for a shared European countryside of uncertain future. Towards a modern community based landscape perspective. Landscape Research 41(4): 450-460. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Almeida, M., Gonzalez, C., 2016. A local landscape in transition between production and consumption goals: can new management arrangements preserve the local landscape character? Geografisk Tidsskrift - Danish Journal of Geography 116(1): 33-43. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Guiomar, N., Guerra, C., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., 2016. Assessing the ability of rural areas to fulfill multiple societal demands. Land Use Policy 53: 86-96. DOI 
  • Ravera, F., Iniesta-Arandia, I., Martín-López, B., Pascual, U., Bose, P., 2016. Gender perspectives in resilience, vulnerability and adaptation to global environmental change. Ambio 45(S3): S235-S247. DOI
  • Ravera, F., Martín-López, B., Pascual, U., Drucker, A., 2016. The diversity of gendered adaptation strategies to climate change of Indian farmers: a feminist intersectional approach. Ambio 45(S3): S335-S351. DOI
  • Surová, D., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. A landscape menu to please them all: Relating users’ preferences to land cover classes in the Mediterranean region of Alentejo, Southern Portugal, Land Use Policy 54: 355-365. DOI
  • Vicente, J.R., Alagador, D., Guerra, C., Alonso, J.M., Kueffer, C., Vaz, A.S., Fernandes, R.F., Cabral, J.A., Araújo, M.B., Honrado, J.P., 2016. Cost-effective monitoring of biological invasionsunder global change: a model-based framework. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 1317-1329. DOI

Coordination of Special Issues in scientific  journals indexed in SCOPUS and/or Web of Science

  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Paracchini, M.L., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Addressing  the social landscape dimensions: the need for reconciling cross scale assessments for capturing  Cultural Ecosytem Services (CES). Land Use Policy (Impact Factor (2015): 2,768) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI
  • Ferraz-de-Oliveira, M.I., Azeda, C., Pinto-Correia, T., 2016. Management of Montados and Dehesas for High Nature Value: an interdisciplinary pathway. Agroforestry Systems (Impact Factor (2015): 0,910) Link to all papers published in the scope of this SI

 

2015

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Cullotta, S., Bončina, A., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S.M., Chauvin, C., Farcy, C., Kurttila, M., Maetzke, F.G., 2015. Forest planning across Europe: the spatial scale, tools, andinter-sectoral integration in land-use planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58(8): 1384-1411. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., Gil, A., 2015. Strategies for conservation planning and management of terrestrial ecosystems in small islands (exemplified for the Macaronesian islands). Environmental Science & Policy 51: 1–22. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Barreira, A.P., Panagopoulos, T., 2015. Declínio populacional nas cidades de Portugal - Onde e porquê. Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais 40: 23-41. Direct link to the publication
  • Guimarães, M.H., McKee, A., Lima, M.L., Vasconcelos, L., Boski, T., Dentinho, T., 2015. Putting transdisciplinarity into practice: a mixed mode procedure for stakeholder participation in natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58(10): 1827-1852. DOI
  • Guimarães M.H., Nunes L.C., Madureira L., Santos J.L. , Boski, T., Dentinho T., 2015.  Measuring birdwatchers preferences: a case for using online networks and mixed-mode surveys. Tourism Management 46: 102-113. DOI
  • Guiomar, N., Godinho, S., Fernandes, P.M., Machado, R., Neves, N., Fernandes, J.P., 2015. Wildfire patterns and landscape changes in Mediterranean oak woodlands. Science of the Total Environment 536: 338-352. DOI
  • Jepsen, M.R., Kuemmerle, T., Müller, D., Erb, K., Verburg, P.H., Haberl, H., Vesterager, J.P., Andric, M., Antrop, M., Austrheim, G., Björn, I., Bondeau, A., Bürgi, M., Bryson, J., Caspar, G., Cassar, L.F., Conrad, E., Chromy, P., Daugirdas, V., Van Eetvelde, V., Elena-Rosselló, R., Gimmi, U., Izakovicova, Z., Jancák, V., Jansson, U., Kladnik, D., Kozak, J., Konkoly-Gyuró, E., Krausmann, F., Mander, Ü., McDonagh, J., Pärn, J., Niedertscheider, M., Nikodemus, O., Ostapowicz, K., Pérez-Soba, M., Pinto-Correia, T., Ribokas, G., Rounsevell, M., Schistou, D., Schmit, C., Terkenli, T.S., Tretvik, A.M., Trzepacz, P., Vadineanu, A., Walz, A., Zhllima, E., Reenberg, A., 2015. Transitions in European land-management regimes between 1800 and 2010. Land Use Policy 49: 53-64. DOI
  • Mckee, A., Guimarães, M.H., Pinto-Correia, T., 2015. Social capital accumulation and the role of the researcher: an example of a transdisciplinary visioning process for the future of agriculture in Europe. Environmental Science & Policy 50: 88-99. DOI
  • Panagopoulos T., Guimarães, M.H.,  Barreira A. P. , 2015.  Influences  on  citizens’ policy  preferences  for  shrinking cities: a case study of four Portuguese cities. Regional Studies, Regional Science, 2(1): 140-169. DOI

Book chapters

  • Darnhofer, I., Sutherland, L.A., Pinto-Correia, T., 2015. Conceptual insights derived from case studies on ‘emerging transitions’ in farming. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 189-203.
  • Peneva, M., Draganova, M., Gonzalez, C., Diaz, M., Mishev, P., 2015. High nature value farming: environmental practices for rural sustainability. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 97-112.
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Gonzalez, C., Sutherland, L.A., Peneva, M., 2015. Lifestyle farming: countryside consumption and transition towards new farming models. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 67-80.
  • Pinto-Correia, T., McKee, A., Guimarães, H., 2015. Transdisciplinarity in deriving sustainability pathways for agriculture. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 171-188.
  • Schiller, S.R., Gonzalez, C., Flanigan, S., 2015. More than just a factor in transition processes? The role of collaboration in agriculture. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 83-96.
  • Slee, B., Pinto-Correia, T., 2015. Understanding the diversity of European rural areas. In: Sutherland, L.A., Darnhofer, I., Wilson, G., Zagata, L. (Eds.) Transition pathways towards sustainability in agriculture: case studies from Europe. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 33-52.

 

2014

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Barroso, F., Pinto-Correia, T., 2014. Land managers’ heterogeneity in Mediterranean landscapes - Consistencies and contradictions between attitudes and behaviors. Journal of Landscape Ecology  7(1): 45-74. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., Freire, M., Gil, A., 2014. Applying an integrated landscape characterization and evaluation tool to small islands (Pico, Azores, Portugal). Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management 14(2): 243-266. DOI 
  • Fernandes, P.M., Loureiro, C., Guiomar, N., Pezzatti, G.B., Manso, F.T., Lopes, L., 2014. The dynamics and drivers of fuel and fire in the Portuguese public forest.  Journal of Environmental Management 146: 373-382. DOI
  • Guerra, C.A., Pinto-Correia, T., Metzger, M.J., 2014. Mapping soil erosion prevention using an ecosystem service modeling framework for integrated land management and policy. Ecosystems 17: 878-889. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Madureira, L., Nunes, L.C., Lima Santos, J., Sousa, C., Boski, T., Dentinho, T., 2014. Using choice Modeling to estimate the effects of environmental improvements on local development: when the purpose modifies the tool. Ecological Economics 108: 102-113. DOI
  • Guimarães, M.H., Sousa, C., Dentinho, T., Boski, T., 2014. Economic base model for the Guadiana estuary, Portugal an application for Integrated Coastal Zone Management. Marine Policy 43: 63-70. DOI
  • Lomba, A., Guerra, C., Alonso, J., Honrado, J.P., Jongman,R., McCracken, D., 2014. Mapping and monitoring High Nature Value farmlands: challenges in European landscapes. Journal of Environmental Management 143: 140-150. DOI
  • Moreno, G., Franca, A., Pinto-Correia, T., Godinho, S., 2014. Multifunctionality and dynamics of silvopastoral systems. Options Méditerranéennes, Série A 109: 421-436. Direct link to the publication
  • Pereira, M.M.D., Braga, P.E.T., Guiomar, N., 2014. Análise dos diferentes estágios de desenvolvimento da caatinga em Sobral, Ceará, Brasil. Revista da Casa da Geografia de Sobral 16(2): 46-65. Direct link to the publication
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Menezes, H., Barroso, L.F., 2014. The landscape as an asset in Southern European fragile agricultural systems: contrasts and contradictions in land managers attitudes and practices. Landscape Research 39(2): 205-217. DOI
  • Surová, D., Pinto-Correia, T., Marušák, R., 2014. Visual complexity and the montado do matter: landscape pattern preferences of user groups in Alentejo, Portugal. Annals of Forest Science 71: 15-24. DOI

2013

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Almeida, M., Guerra, C., Pinto-Correia, T., 2013. Unfolding relations between land cover and farm management: high nature value assessment in complex silvo-pastoral systems. Geografisk Tidsskrift - Danish Journal of Geography 113(2): 97-108. DOI
  • Antrop, M., Brandt, J., Loupa-Ramos, I., Padoa-Schioppa, E., Porter, J., van Eetvelde, V., Pinto-Correia, T., 2013. How landscape ecology can promote the development of sustainable landscapes in Europe: the role of the European Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE-Europe) in the twenty-first century. Landscape Ecology 28: 1641-1647. DOI
  • Barroso, F., Menezes, H., Pinto-Correia, T., 2013. How can the land managers and his multi-stakeholder network at the farm level influence the multifunctional transitions pathways? Spanish Journal of Rural Development 4(4): 35-48. DOI
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Madeira, L., Pinto-Correia, T., 2013. Developing comprehensive indicators for monitoring rural policy impacts on landscape in Alentejo, southern Portugal. Geografisk Tidsskrift - Danish Journal of Geography 113(2): 87-96. DOI
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Migliozzi, A., Incerti, G., Pinto Correia, T., 2013. Placing land cover pattern preferences on the map. Bridging methodological approaches of landscape preferences surveys and spatial pattern analysis. Landscape and Urban Planning 114: 53-68. DOI 
  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Loupa-Ramos, I., Madeira, L., Barroso, F., Menezes, H., Pinto Correia, T., 2013. Is land cover an importante asset for adressing the subjective landscape dimensions? Land Use Policy 35: 50-60. DOI 
  • Godinho, S., Mestre, F., Ferreira, J.P., Machado, R., Santos, P., 2013. Effectiveness of habitat management in the recovery of low-density populations of wild rabbit. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59: 847-858. DOI
  • Godinho, S., Onofre, N., 2013. Mortalidade de vertebrados terrestres no canal do Vale da Ribeira de Seda (Cabeção-Alto Alentejo-Portugal). Silva Lusitana 21(1): 21-42. Direct link to the publication
  • Guerra, C., Metzger, M.J., Honrado, J., Alonso, J., 2013. A spatially explicit methodology for a priori estimation of field survey effort in environmental observation networks. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27(10): 2077-2098. DOI
  • Ortega, M., Guerra, C., Honrado, J.P., Metzger, M.J., Bunce, R.G.H., Jongman, R.H.G., 2013. Surveillance of habitats and plant diversity indicators across a regional gradient. Ecological Indicators 33: 36-44. DOI
  • Pedroli, B., Antrop, M., Pinto-Correia, T., 2013. Living landscape: the European landscape convention in research perspective. Landscape Research 38(6): 691-694. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Kristensen, L., 2013. Linking research to practice: the landscape as the basis for integrating social and ecological perspectives of the rural. Landscape and Urban Planning 120: 248-256. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Machado, C., Barroso, F., Picchi, P., Turpin, N., Bousset, J.P., Chabab, N., Michelin, Y., 2013. How do policy options modify landscape amenities? An assessment approach based on public expressed preferences. Environmental Science & Policy 32: 37-47. DOI
  • Surová, D., Surový, P., Yoshimoto, A., 2013. Assessment of aesthetic quality of forest areas using aerial photograph image data. Formath 12: 55-73. Direct link to the publication

 

2012

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Barroso, F., Pinto-Correia, T., Ramos, I.L., Surová, D., Menezes, H., 2012. Dealing with landscape fuzziness in user preference studies: photo-based questionnaires in the Mediterranean context. Landscape Urban Planning 104: 329-342. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., 2012. The Index of Function Suitability (IFS): a new tool for assessing the capacity of landscapes to provide amenity functions. Land Use Policy 29: 23– 34. DOI 
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2011

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Lovett, A., 2011. Is an attractive forest also considered well managed? Public preferences for forest cover and stand structure across a rural/urban gradient in northern Portugal. Forest Policy and Economics 13: 46-54. DOI 
  • Carolino, J., Pinto-Correia, T., 2011. Paisagem material, paisagem simbólica ?e identidade no concelho de Castelo de Vide. Análise Social 46(198): 89-113.DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Barroso, F. Surová, D., Menezes, H., 2011. The fuzziness of Montado landscapes: progress in assessing user preferences through photo-based surveys. Agroforestry Systems 82: 209-224. DOI 
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Ribeiro, N., Sá-Sousa, P., 2011. Introducing the montado , the cork and holm oak agroforestry system of Southern Portugal. Agroforestry Systems 82: 99-104. DOI
  • Surová, D., Surový, P., Ribeiro, N.A., Pinto-Correia, T., 2011. Integrating differentiated landscape preferences in a decision support model for the multifunctional management of the montado. Agroforestry Systems 82: 225-237. DOI
  • van Berkel, D.B., Carvalho-Ribeiro, S., Verburg, P.H., Lovett, A., 2011. Identifying assets and constraints for rural development with qualitative scenarios: a case study of Castro Laboreiro, Portugal. Landscape Urban Planning 102: 127-141. DOI

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Before 2011

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  • Breman, B., Vihinen, H., Tapio-Bistrom, M.L., Pinto-Correia, T., 2010. Meeting the challenge of marginalization processes at the periphery of Europe. Public Administration 88(2): 364-380. DOI
  • Fernandes, J.P., Guiomar, N., Soares, A.P., 2006. Geometries in landscape ecology. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 7(1-2): 3-4. LINK
  • Pinto-Correia, T., 2000. Future development in Portuguese rural areas: how to manage agricultural support for landscape conservation? Landscape and Urban Planning 50: 95-106. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., 1993. Threatened landscape in Alentejo, Portugal: The Montado and other Agro-Silvo-Pastoral systems. Landscape and Urban Planning 24: 43-48. DOI 
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Breman, B., 2009. New roles for farming in a differentiated countryside: the Portuguese example. Regional Environmental Change 9: 143-152. DOI 
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Gustavsson, R., Pirnat, J., 2006. Bridging the gap between centrally defined policies and local decisions - towards more sensitive and creative rural landscape management. Landscape Ecology 21: 333-346. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Mascarenhas, J., 1999. Contribution to the extensification/intensification debate: new trends in the Portuguese montado. Landscape and Urban Planning 46: 125-131. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Pedroli, B., Cornish, P., 2006. Landscape – what’s in it? Trends in European landscape science and priority themes for concerted research. Landscape Ecology 21: 421-430. DOI
  • Pinto-Correia, T., Sorensen, E.M., 1998. Analysing current changes in farm structure in two Danish parishes: types of farmers and their strategies. Forest and Landscape Research 1(5):  491-503.
  • Simoncini, R., de Groot, R., Pinto-Correia, T., 2009. An integrated approach to assess options for multi-functional use of rural areas. Regional Environmental Change 9: 139-141. DOI
  • Surová, D., Pinto-Correia, T., 2009. Use and assessment of the ‘new’ rural functions by land users and landowners of the Montado in southern Portugal. Outlook on Agriculture 38(2): 189-194. DOI
  • Surová, D., Pinto-Correia, T., 2008. Landscape preferences in the cork oak Montado region of Alentejo, southern Portugal: Searching for valuable landscape characteristics for different user groups. Landscape Research 33: 311-330. DOI
  • van Doorn, A.M., Pinto-Correia, T., 2007. Differences in land cover interpretation in landscapes rich in cover gradients: Reflections based on the montado of South Portugal. Agroforestry Systems 70: 169-183. DOI

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