Thomas Knoke
Thomas Knoke
Professor Institute of Forest Management, Technische Universität München
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Admixing broadleaved to coniferous tree species: a review on yield, ecological stability and economics
T Knoke, C Ammer, B Stimm, R Mosandl
European journal of forest research 127, 89-101, 2008
Changes of ecosystem service values in response to land use/land cover dynamics in Munessa–Shashemene landscape of the Ethiopian highlands
M Kindu, T Schneider, D Teketay, T Knoke
Science of the Total Environment 547, 137-147, 2016
Land use/land cover change analysis using object-based classification approach in Munessa-Shashemene landscape of the Ethiopian highlands
M Kindu, T Schneider, D Teketay, T Knoke
Remote sensing 5 (5), 2411-2435, 2013
Silvicultural alternatives to conventional even-aged forest management-what limits global adoption?
KJ Puettmann, SMG Wilson, SC Baker, PJ Donoso, L Drössler, G Amente, ...
Forest Ecosystems 2 (1), 1-16, 2015
Mixed forests reconsidered: a forest economics contribution on an ecological concept
T Knoke, B Stimm, C Ammer, M Moog
Forest Ecology and management 213 (1-3), 102-116, 2005
Drivers of land use/land cover changes in Munessa-Shashemene landscape of the south-central highlands of Ethiopia
M Kindu, T Schneider, D Teketay, T Knoke
Environmental monitoring and assessment 187, 1-17, 2015
Investment decisions under uncertainty—a methodological review on forest science studies
P Hildebrandt, T Knoke
Forest Policy and Economics 13 (1), 1-15, 2011
Growth performance, windthrow, and insects: meta-analyses of parameters influencing performance of mixed-species stands in boreal and northern temperate biomes
VC Griess, T Knoke
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (6), 1141-1159, 2011
Does mixing tree species enhance stand resistance against natural hazards? A case study for spruce
VC Griess, R Acevedo, F Härtl, K Staupendahl, T Knoke
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 284-296, 2012
Survival of Norway spruce remains higher in mixed stands under a dryer and warmer climate
S Neuner, A Albrecht, D Cullmann, F Engels, VC Griess, WA Hahn, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 935-946, 2015
Economic evaluation of short rotation coppice systems for energy from biomass—A review
S Hauk, T Knoke, S Wittkopf
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 29, 435-448, 2014
Hybrid MCDA methods to integrate multiple ecosystem services in forest management planning: a critical review
B Uhde, W Andreas Hahn, VC Griess, T Knoke
Environmental management 56, 373-388, 2015
Afforestation or intense pasturing improve the ecological and economic value of abandoned tropical farmlands
T Knoke, J Bendix, P Pohle, U Hamer, P Hildebrandt, K Roos, A Gerique, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-12, 2014
Mixed forests and a flexible harvest policy: a problem for conventional risk analysis?
T Knoke, J Wurm
European Journal of Forest Research 125, 303-315, 2006
Sustainable development and sustainable forestry: analogies, differences, and the role of flexibility
WA Hahn, T Knoke
European Journal of Forest Research 129, 787-801, 2010
Can tropical farmers reconcile subsistence needs with forest conservation?
T Knoke, B Calvas, N Aguirre, RM Román-Cuesta, S Günter, B Stimm, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (10), 548-554, 2009
Scenario modelling of land use/land cover changes in Munessa-Shashemene landscape of the Ethiopian highlands
M Kindu, T Schneider, M Döllerer, D Teketay, T Knoke
Science of the Total Environment 622, 534-546, 2018
Predicting red heartwood formation in beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.)
T Knoke
Ecological Modelling 169 (2-3), 295-312, 2003
Integrating selected ecological effects of mixed European beech–Norway spruce stands in bioeconomic modelling
T Knoke, T Seifert
Ecological modelling 210 (4), 487-498, 2008
Agroforestry versus farm mosaic systems–Comparing land-use efficiency, economic returns and risks under climate change effects
C Paul, M Weber, T Knoke
Science of the Total Environment 587, 22-35, 2017
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