WS3: National resources management and farm functions in landscape construction

Paper presentations

A. Knierim and R. Siebert.Towards multi-functional agriculture – what motivates German farmers to realise biodiversity conservation?, pp. 283-292.

A. Jellema, W. A.H. Rossing and P. F.M. Opdam.Landscape Prototyping: towards an integrative approach for the design and analysis of multifunctional agricultural landscapes, pp. 293-302.

C. Stoate. Water and wildlife on a commercial farm: multifunctional management of set-aside and other natural resources in lowland England, pp. 303-310.

E. Figueiredo. Struggling for Rural Environment: Conflicts between desires in Portuguese rural areas, pp. 311-323.

G. Levin. Studying the Effect of Organic Farming on Rural Landscapes: Issues of Methodology and Scale, pp. 325-333.

J. Jiggins and N. Röling. The Indeterminacy of Technical Effects: The Case of the 2. Generation Water Conservation Project, the Netherlands, pp. 335-348.

M. Benoît, E. Kernéïs, Y. Pons, A. Gerbaud, S. Herrmann and F. Le Ber. Agricultural Land Design Modelling: a methodological proposal, pp. 349-359.

P. Frederiksen and V. Langer. Nature management and livelihood strategies on Danish organic farms, pp. 361-373.

H. Rapey, F. Klingelschmidt, E. Josien, S. Lardon, G. Servière and C. Firolle. Combinations of productive and environmental functions in a farmland area: synergies and antagonisms: Method of analysis and application in a small area in a mixed crop-livestock farming area in Franc, pp. 375-385.

Y. Gunnarsdotter. The Continuous Re-creation of a Swedish Rural Community: Moose hunting, the School, the Church, Agriculture, pp. 399-410.