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John Herbohn
John Herbohn
Professor of Tropical Forestry, University of Sunshine Coast, Australia
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Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
BS Steidinger, TW Crowther, J Liang, ME Van Nuland, GDA Werner, ...
Nature 569 (7756), 404-408, 2019
2742019
Capital budgeting: financial appraisal of investment projects
D Dayananda, R Irons, S Harrison, J Herbohn, P Rowland
Cambridge University Press, 2002
2622002
Key factors which influence the success of community forestry in developing countries
J Baynes, J Herbohn, C Smith, R Fisher, D Bray
Global Environmental Change 35, 226-238, 2015
2612015
More than just trees: assessing reforestation success in tropical developing countries
HD Le, C Smith, J Herbohn, S Harrison
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (1), 5-19, 2012
2112012
Why are there so few afforestation and reforestation Clean Development Mechanism projects?
S Thomas, P Dargusch, S Harrison, J Herbohn
Land use policy 27 (3), 880-887, 2010
2082010
Getting the big picture in natural resource management—systems thinking as ‘method’for scientists, policy makers and other stakeholders
OJH Bosch, CA King, JL Herbohn, IW Russell, CS Smith
Systems Research and Behavioral Science: The Official Journal of the …, 2007
1712007
International Accounting Standard (IAS) 41: what are the implications for reporting forest assets?
K Herbohn, J Herbohn
Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 5 (2), 175-189, 2006
1592006
Non-industrial, smallholder, small-scale and family forestry: what’s in a name?
S Harrison, J Herbohn, A Niskanen
Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 1 (1), 1-11, 2002
1562002
Landholder profiling and typologies for natural resource–management policy and program support: potential and constraints
N Emtage, J Herbohn, S Harrison
Environmental Management 40 (3), 481-492, 2007
1352007
Landholder typologies used in the development of natural resource management programs in Australia—a review
N Emtage, J Herbohn, S Harrison
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 13 (2), 79-94, 2006
1132006
What drives the success of reforestation projects in tropical developing countries? The case of the Philippines
HD Le, C Smith, J Herbohn
Global Environmental Change 24, 334-348, 2014
992014
The impacts of shifting cultivation on secondary forests dynamics in tropics: A synthesis of the key findings and spatio temporal distribution of research
SA Mukul, J Herbohn
Environmental Science & Policy 55, 167-177, 2016
972016
Tropical secondary forests regenerating after shifting cultivation in the Philippines uplands are important carbon sinks
SA Mukul, J Herbohn, J Firn
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
912016
Ecosystem dynamics of disturbed and undisturbed sites in north Queensland wet tropical rain forest. I. Floristic composition, climate and soil chemistry
RA Congdon, JL Herbohn
Journal of Tropical Ecology 9 (3), 349-363, 1993
891993
Ecosystem dynamics at disturbed and undisturbed sites in north Queensland wet tropical rain forest. II. Litterfall
JL Herbohn, RA Congdon
Journal of Tropical Ecology 9 (3), 365-380, 1993
751993
Using markets to leverage investment in forest and landscape restoration in the tropics
PHS Brancalion, D Lamb, E Ceccon, D Boucher, J Herbohn, B Strassburg, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 85, 103-113, 2017
652017
Integrating ecosystem services supply potential from future land-use scenarios in protected area management: A Bangladesh case study
SA Mukul, MSI Sohel, J Herbohn, L Inostroza, H König
Ecosystem Services 26, 355-364, 2017
642017
Biodiversity–productivity relationships in small-scale mixed-species plantations using native species in Leyte province, Philippines
H Nguyen, J Herbohn, J Firn, D Lamb
Forest Ecology and Management 274, 81-90, 2012
602012
Combined effects of climate change and sea-level rise project dramatic habitat loss of the globally endangered Bengal tiger in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
SA Mukul, M Alamgir, MSI Sohel, PL Pert, J Herbohn, SM Turton, ...
Science of the total environment 663, 830-840, 2019
592019
The socio-ecological drivers of forest degradation in part of the tropical peatlands of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
M Medrilzam, P Dargusch, J Herbohn, C Smith
Forestry 87 (2), 335-345, 2014
552014
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