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Aljosja Hooijer
Aljosja Hooijer
Adviser, Data for Sustainability
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Current and future CO2 emissions from drained peatlands in Southeast Asia
A Hooijer, S Page, JG Canadell, M Silvius, J Kwadijk, H Wösten, ...
Biogeosciences 7 (5), 1505-1514, 2010
8792010
PEAT-CO2
A Hooijer, M Silvius, H Wösten, S Page, A Hooijer, M Silvius, H Wösten, ...
Assessment of CO2 emissions from drained peatlands in SE Asia, Delft …, 2006
7602006
Subsidence and carbon loss in drained tropical peatlands
A Hooijer, S Page, J Jauhiainen, WA Lee, XX Lu, A Idris, G Anshari
Biogeosciences 9 (3), 1053-1071, 2012
6562012
Deep instability of deforested tropical peatlands revealed by fluvial organic carbon fluxes
S Moore, CD Evans, SE Page, MH Garnett, TG Jones, C Freeman, ...
Nature 493 (7434), 660-663, 2013
3362013
In the line of fire: the peatlands of Southeast Asia
SE Page, A Hooijer
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
3062016
Carbon dioxide emissions from an Acacia plantation on peatland in Sumatra, Indonesia
J Jauhiainen, A Hooijer, SE Page
Biogeosciences 9 (2), 617-630, 2012
2782012
Towards sustainable flood risk management in the Rhine and Meuse river basins: synopsis of the findings of IRMA‐SPONGE
A Hooijer, F Klijn, GBM Pedroli, AG Van Os
River research and applications 20 (3), 343-357, 2004
2662004
Extent of industrial plantations on S outheast A sian peatlands in 2010 with analysis of historical expansion and future projections
J Miettinen, A Hooijer, C Shi, D Tollenaar, R Vernimmen, SC Liew, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 4 (6), 908-918, 2012
2242012
From carbon sink to carbon source: extensive peat oxidation in insular Southeast Asia since 1990
J Miettinen, A Hooijer, R Vernimmen, SC Liew, SE Page
Environmental Research Letters 12 (2), 024014, 2017
2142017
Evaluation and bias correction of satellite rainfall data for drought monitoring in Indonesia
RRE Vernimmen, A Hooijer, E Aldrian, A Van Dijk
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (1), 133-146, 2012
1902012
Interrelationships between hydrology and ecology in fire degraded tropical peat swamp forests
JHM Wösten, J Van Den Berg, P Van Eijk, GJM Gevers, W Giesen, ...
Water Resources Development 22 (1), 157-174, 2006
1712006
Tropical peatlands: carbon stores, carbon gas emissions and contribution to climate change processes
JO Rieley, RAJ Wüst, J Jauhiainen, SE Page, JHM Wösten, A Hooijer, ...
Peatlands and climate change, 148-181, 2008
1582008
Variable carbon losses from recurrent fires in drained tropical peatlands
K Konecny, U Ballhorn, P Navratil, J Jubanski, SE Page, K Tansey, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (4), 1469-1480, 2016
1492016
Denial of long‐term issues with agriculture on tropical peatlands will have devastating consequences
LS Wijedasa, J Jauhiainen, M Könönen, M Lampela, H Vasander, ...
Global change biology 23 (3), 977-982, 2017
1482017
Review of peat surface greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations in Southeast Asia
SE Page, R Morrison, C Malins, A Hooijer, JO Rieley, J Jauhiainen
ICCT white paper 15, 1-78, 2011
1452011
Review of peat surface greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations in Southeast Asia
SE Page, R Morrison, C Malins, A Hooijer, JO Rieley, J Jauhiainen
ICCT white paper 15, 1-78, 2011
1452011
Towards robust subsidence-based soil carbon emission factors for peat soils in south-east Asia, with special reference to oil palm plantations.
J Couwenberg, A Hooijer
Mires & Peat 12, 2013
1372013
Historical analysis and projection of oil palm plantation expansion on peatland in Southeast Asia
J Miettinen, A Hooijer, D Tollenaar, S Page, C Malins, R Vernimmen, ...
ICCT White Paper 17, 2012
1282012
Hydrological and economic effects of oil palm cultivation in Indonesian peatlands
E Sumarga, L Hein, A Hooijer, R Vernimmen
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
1092016
Towards climate-responsible peatlands management
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Food and Agiculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), 2014
100*2014
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