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A timber truck fully loaded with logs drives over a very simple wooden bridge in a forest.
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A timber truck fully loaded with logs drives over a very simple wooden bridge in a forest.
Institute of

WF Forestry

Peer-reviewed articles of Margret Köthke

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    Tandetzki J, Köthke M, Schier F, Weimar H (2024) A systematic review of forest area development drivers estimated under the concepts of environmental Kuznets curve and forest transition hypothesis. Environ Res Lett 19(4):043001, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/ad2e70

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    Köthke M, Sotirov M (2024) How and why do economic operators comply with EU Law? Analysis of firm-level responses to the EU Timber Regulation in Germany. J Common Market Stud: Online First, Feb 2024, DOI:10.1111/jcms.13585

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    Köthke M, Lippe M, Elsasser P (2023) Comparing the former EUTR and upcoming EUDR: Some implications for private sector and authorities. Forest Pol Econ 157:103079, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2023.103079

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    Tandetzki J, Schier F, Köthke M, Weimar H (2022) An evidence and gap map of the environmental Kuznets curve and the forest transition hypothesis for estimating forest area development. Environ Res Lett 17(12):123005, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aca781

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    Köthke M, Ahimbisibwe V, Lippe M (2022) The evidence base on the environmental, economic and social outcomes of agroforestry is patchy - An evidence review map. Front Environ Sci 10:925477, DOI:10.3389/fenvs.2022.925477

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    Gordillo Vera F, Eguiguren P, Köthke M, Ferrer Velasco R, Elsasser P (2021) Additionality and leakage resulting from PES implementation? Evidence from the Ecuadorian Amazonia. Forests 12(7):906, DOI:10.3390/f12070906

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    Elsasser P, Altenbrunn K, Köthke M, Lorenz M, Meyerhoff J (2021) Spatial distribution of forest ecosystem service benefits in Germany: A multiple benefit-transfer model. Forests 12(2):169, DOI:10.3390/f12020169

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    Köthke M (2020) Implementation of the European Timber Regulation by German importing operators: An empirical investigation. Forest Pol Econ 111:102028, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2019.102028

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    Ferrer Velasco R, Köthke M, Lippe M, Günter S (2020) Scale and context dependency of deforestation drivers: Insights from spatial econometrics in the tropics. PLoS One 15(1):e0226830, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0226830

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    Schweinle J, Köthke M, Englert H, Dieter M (2018) Simulation of forest-based carbon balances for Germany: a contribution to the "carbon debt" debate. WIREs Energy Environ 7(1):1-15, DOI:10.1002/wene.260

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    Lax J, Köthke M (2017) Livelihood strategies and forest product utilisation of rural households in Nepal. Small Scale For 16(4):505-520, DOI:10.1007/s11842-017-9367-0

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    Hargita Y, Günter S, Köthke M (2016) Brazil submitted the first REDD+ reference level to the UNFCCC-Implications regarding climate effectiveness and cost-efficiency. Land Use Pol 55:340-347, DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.08.027

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    Köthke M, Schröppel B, Elsasser P (2014) National REDD + reference levels deduced from the global deforestation curve. Forest Pol Econ 43:18-28, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2014.03.002

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    Köthke M, Leischner B, Elsasser P (2013) Uniform global deforestation patterns - an empirical analysis. Forest Pol Econ 28:23-37, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2013.01.001

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    Groen TA, Verkerk PJ, Böttcher H, Grassi G, Cienciala E, Black KG, Fortin M, Köthke M, Lehtonen A, Nabuurs GJ, Petrova L, Blujdea V (2013) What causes differences between national estimates of forest management carbon emissions and removals compared to estimates of large-scale models? Environ Sci Pol 33:222-232, DOI:10.1016/j.envsci.2013.06.005

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    Köhl M, Hildebrandt R, Olschofsky K, Köhler R, Rötzer T, Mette T, Pretzsch H, Köthke M, Dieter M, Abiy M, Makeschin F, Kenter B (2010) Combating the effects of climatic change on forests by mitigation strategies. Carbon Balance Manag 5(8):1-9, DOI:10.1186/1750-0680-5-8

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    Köthke M, Dieter M (2010) Effects of carbon sequestration rewards on forest management - an empirical application of adjusted Faustmann Formulae. Forest Pol Econ 12(8):589-597, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2010.08.001

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