Pita Verweij
Pita Verweij
Utrecht University Copernicus Institute
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The impacts of roads and other infrastructure on mammal and bird populations: a meta-analysis
A Benítez-López, R Alkemade, PA Verweij
Biological Conservation 143 (6), 1307-1316, 2010
The impact of hunting on tropical mammal and bird populations
A Benítez-López, R Alkemade, AM Schipper, DJ Ingram, PA Verweij, ...
Science 356 (6334), 180-183, 2017
Bioenergy revisited: key factors in global potentials of bioenergy
V Dornburg, D van Vuuren, G van de Ven, H Langeveld, M Meeusen, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 3 (3), 258-267, 2010
Biodiversity impacts of bioenergy crop production: a state‐of‐the‐art review
DJ Immerzeel, PA Verweij, F Van Der Hilst, APC Faaij
Gcb Bioenergy 6 (3), 183-209, 2014
Indirect land use change: review of existing models and strategies for mitigation
B Wicke, P Verweij, H van Meijl, DP van Vuuren, APC Faaij
Biofuels 3 (1), 87-100, 2012
Reducing the global environmental impacts of rapid infrastructure expansion
WF Laurance, A Peletier-Jellema, B Geenen, H Koster, P Verweij, ...
Current Biology 25 (7), R259-R262, 2015
Exploring barriers to implementing different circular business models
DA Vermunt, SO Negro, PA Verweij, DV Kuppens, MP Hekkert
Journal of Cleaner Production 222, 891-902, 2019
Assessment of global biomass potentials and their links to food, water, biodiversity, energy demand and economy: supporting document
V Dornburg, APC Faaij, PA Verweij, H Langeveld, G van de Ven, F Wester, ...
MNP, 2008
Analysis of ecosystem services provision in the Colombian Amazon using participatory research and mapping techniques
SOI Ramirez-Gomez, CA Torres-Vitolas, K Schreckenberg, M Honzák, ...
Ecosystem Services 13, 93-107, 2015
Biomas Assessment: Assessment of global biomass potentials and their links to food, water, biodiversity, energy demand and economy. Main report
V Dornburg, A Faaij, P Verweij, H Langeveld, GWJ van de Ven, P Wester, ...
Milieu en Natuur Planbureau, Climate Change Scientific Assessment and Policy …, 2008
Spatial and temporal modelling of vegetation patterns
PA Verweij
International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences ITC …, 1995
Comparative analysis of key socio-economic and environmental impacts of smallholder and plantation based jatropha biofuel production systems in Tanzania
J van Eijck, H Romijn, E Smeets, R Bailis, M Rooijakkers, N Hooijkaas, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 61, 25-45, 2014
Shaded Coffee and Cocoa–Double Dividend for Biodiversity and Small-scale Farmers
RE Jezeer, PA Verweij, MJ Santos, RGA Boot
Ecological Economics 140, 136-145, 2017
Effects of shade and input management on economic performance of small-scale Peruvian coffee systems
RE Jezeer, MJ Santos, RGA Boot, M Junginger, PA Verweij
Agricultural Systems 162, 179-190, 2018
Nested assemblages of Orthoptera species in the Netherlands: the importance of habitat features and life‐history traits
MA Schouten, PA Verweij, A Barendregt, RJM Kleukers, PC De Ruiter
Journal of Biogeography 34 (11), 1938-1946, 2007
Breaking the Link between Environmental Degradation and Oil Palm Expansion: A Method for Enabling Sustainable Oil Palm Expansion
HH Smit, E Meijaard, C van der Laan, S Mantel, A Budiman, P Verweij
PLOS ONE 8 (9), e68610, 2013
Wind and Water Dispersal of Wetland Plants Across Fragmented Landscapes
H Soomers, D Karssenberg, MB Soons, PA Verweij, JTA Verhoeven, ...
Ecosystems 16 (3), 434-451, 2013
Spatial variation of environmental impacts of regional biomass chains
F van der Hilst, JP Lesschen, JMC van Dam, M Riksen, PA Verweij, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (4), 2053-2069, 2012
Burning and grazing gradients in páramo vegetation: initial ordination analyses
PA Verweij, PE Budde
Páramo: an Andean ecosystem under human influence. Academic Press, London …, 1992
Keeping the Amazon forests standing: a matter of values.
P Verweij, M Schouten, P Beukering, J Triana, K Leeuw, S Hess
Keeping the Amazon forests standing: a matter of values, 2009
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