Akmal Akramkhanov
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Nitrous oxide emissions from a New Zealand cropped soil: tillage effects, spatial and seasonal variability
MA Choudhary, A Akramkhanov, S Saggar
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 93 (1-3), 33-43, 2002
1832002
Conservation agriculture in Central Asia—What do we know and where do we go from here?
KM Kienzler, JPA Lamers, A McDonald, A Mirzabaev, N Ibragimov, ...
Field Crops Research 132, 95-105, 2012
982012
Environmental factors of spatial distribution of soil salinity on flat irrigated terrain
A Akramkhanov, C Martius, SJ Park, JMH Hendrickx
Geoderma 163 (1-2), 55-62, 2011
922011
'Follow the Innovation': The second year of a joint experimentation and learning approach to transdisciplinary research in Uzbekistan
MU Hassan, AK Hornidge
ZEF Working Paper Series, 2010
702010
Mapping cropland abandonment in the Aral Sea Basin with MODIS time series
F L÷w, AV Prishchepov, F Waldner, O Dubovyk, A Akramkhanov, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (2), 159, 2018
462018
The assessment of spatial distribution of soil salinity risk using neural network
A Akramkhanov, PLG Vlek
Environmental monitoring and assessment 184 (4), 2475-2485, 2012
462012
Developing sustainable land and water management for the Aral Sea Basin through an interdisciplinary approach
C Martius, J Lamers, P Wehrheim, A Schoeller-Schletter, R Eshchanov, ...
ACIAR PROCEEDINGS, 45-60, 2004
382004
Follow the innovation-participatory testing and adaptation of agricultural innovations in Uzbekistan: guidelines for researchers and practitioners
M Ul Hassan, AK Hornidge, A Akramkhanov, I Rudenko, N Djanibekov, ...
DEU, 2011
322011
Soils and soil ecology in Khorezm
A Akramkhanov, R Kuziev, R Sommer, C Martius, O Forkutsa, L Massucati
Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums, 37-58, 2012
292012
Geostatistical monitoring of soil salinity in Uzbekistan by repeated EMI surveys
A Akramkhanov, DJ Brus, DJJ Walvoort
Geoderma 213, 600-607, 2014
282014
The spatial distribution of soil salinity:: Detection and prediction
A Akramhanov
Cuvillier Verlag, 2005
262005
Regional-scale monitoring of cropland intensity and productivity with multi-source satellite image time series
F L÷w, C Biradar, O Dubovyk, E Fliemann, A Akramkhanov, ...
GIScience & Remote Sensing 55 (4), 539-567, 2018
242018
Nitrous oxide emissions in soils cropped with maize under long-term tillage and under permanent pasture in New Zealand
MA Choudhary, A Akramkhanov, S Saggar
Soil and Tillage Research 62 (1-2), 61-71, 2001
242001
Comparison and sensitivity of measurement techniques for spatial distribution of soil salinity
A Akramkhanov, R Sommer, C Martius, JMH Hendrickx, PLG Vlek
Irrigation and Drainage Systems 22 (1), 115-126, 2008
202008
Restructuring land allocation, water use and agricultural value chains: Technologies, policies and practices for the lower Amudarya region
B Tischbein, AK Hornidge, D Djumaeva, S Subramanian, A Bhaduri, ...
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015
92015
conservation agriculture in central Asia
A Nurbekov, A Akramkhanov, J Lamers, A Kassam, T Friedrich, R Gupta, ...
Conservation Agriculture: Global Prospects and Challenges, Wallingford: CABIá…, 2013
92013
Managing soil salinity in the lower reaches of the Amudarya delta: how to break the vicious circle
A Akramkhanov, M Ibrakhimov, J Lamers
CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2010
92010
Conversion factors to estimate soil salinity based on electrical conductivity for soils in Khorezm region, Uzbekistan
A Akramkhanov, JPA Lamers, C Martius
Sustainable management of saline waters and salt-affected soils forá…, 2009
92009
Conservation Agriculture for combating land degradation in Central Asia: a synthesis
A Nurbekov, A Akramkhanov, A Kassam, D Sydyk, Z Ziyadaullaev, ...
AIMS Agriculture and Food 1 (2), 144-156, 2016
82016
Conservation agriculture in the steppes of northern Kazakhstan: the potential for adoption and carbon sequestration
PC Wall, N Yushenko, M Karabayev, A Morgounov, A Akramhanov
Climate change and terrestrial carbon sequestration in central Asia, 333-348, 2007
72007
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