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Ao.Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Helmut Haberl


(Habilitation in Humanökologie, Universität Wien 2001; Doktrat in Ökologie, Universität Wien 1995; Magister in Biologie und Mathematik, Universität Wien 1989)

 

 

  • IPCC lead author for chapter 11 'Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Uses (AFOLU)', WGIII 'Mitigation', 5th Assessment Report (AR5), 2010-2014
  • Convening lead author (CLA) for the chapter 2 in volume 3 (Adaptation and Mitigation related to agriculture, forestry, water and ecosystems) of the Austrian assessment report of the Austrian Panel on Climate Change
  • Senior Handling Editor of Regional Environmental Change
  • Member of the editorial team of the Springer book series "Human-Environment Interactions"
  • Lead author for Knowledge Modules 7 (Energy resources) and 20 (Trade-offs land, water) for the Global Energy Assessment (IIASA)
  • Member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the Global Land Project (2004-2011)
  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Environment Agency (EEA) (2003-2011)  

     


    Mitgliedschaft in Herausgebergremien von Fachjournalen:

    Ecological Economics
    Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management
    Land Use Policy
    Sustainability: Science, Practice & Policy
    The Anthropocene Review


    Gutachter für Fachjournale (Auswahl)

    American Sociological Review
    Environmental Science and Technology
    Global Environmental Change
    Nature
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (PNAS)
    Science



    Sonstige Gutachtertätigkeit:

    EU Call “FP7 ENV.2010.4.2.2-1”, Theme 6 ‘Environment’, 12/2010-1/2011
    IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation (SRREN), 2010
    EU Call “FP7-ENV-2009-1”, Theme 6 “Environment (including climate change), 3/2010
    EU Call "FP7-INFRASTRUCTURES-2007-1", May/June 2007



    Ausgewählte laufende Projekte: 

    EU-FP7: Visions of Land Use Transitions in Europe ‘VOLANTE’, (leader of module 1 ‘processes’)



    Forschungsfelder:

  • Energie und Gesellschaft

  • Klimawandel

  • Integrierte Landsystem-Forschung

  • Bioenergie

  • Nachhaltigkeit und Gesellschaft-Natur-Interaktion 

  • Sozio-ökologische Landzeitforschung (LTSER)

  • Menschliche Aneignung von Nettoprimärproduktion (HANPP)

     

     

     

    HELMUT HABERL, Ausgewählte Publikationen

    [Februar 2013]


    For preprints see http://www.uni-klu.ac.at/socec/inhalt/3932.htm 

    For data download see http://www.uni-klu.ac.at/socec/inhalt/1088.htm 

    Full publication list



    Special issues, edited volumes

    • Singh, S.J., H. Haberl, M. Chertow, M. Mirtl, M. Schmid (eds.), 2013. Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research. Studies in Society: Nature Interactions Across Spatial and Temporal Scales. Springer, Berlin.
    • Erb, K.-H., H. Haberl and F. Krausmann (eds.), 2009. Analyzing the global human appropriation of net primary production – processes, trajectories, implications. Ecol. Econ. (special section), 69, 250-334.
    • Newig, J., H. Haberl, C. Pahl-Wostl, D. Rothman (eds.), 2008. Formalised and Non-Formalised Methods in Resource Management, Knowledge and Learning in Participatory Processes. Syst. Pract. Action Res. (special issue), 21, 381-515.
    • Fischer-Kowalski, M. and H. Haberl (eds.), 2007. Socioecological Transitions and Global Change. Trajectories of Social Metabolism and Land Use. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
    • Haberl, H., M. Wackernagel, T. Wrbka (eds.), 2004. Land Use and Sustainability Indicators. Land Use Policy (special issue), 21, 193-320.
    • Haberl, H., S. Batterbury, E. Moran (eds.), 2001. Using and Shaping the Land: A long-term perspective. Land Use Policy (special issue), 18, 1-91.

     

    Selected journal articles (peer reviewed)

    • Ripple, W.J., P. Smith, H. Haberl, S.A. Montzka, C. MacAlpine, D.H. Boucher, 2014. Ruminants, climate change, and climate policy. Nature Climate Change, 4, 2-5.
    • Kastner, T., A. Schaffartzik, N. Eisenmenger, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, F. Krausmann, 2014. Cropland area embodied in international trade: contradictory results from different approaches. Ecological Economics [online], doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2013.12.003.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, S. Running, T.D. Searchinger, W.K. Smith, 2013 Bioenergy: how much can we expect for 2050? Environmental Research Letters, 8, 031004.
    • Erb, K.-H., T. Kastner, S. Luyssaert, R.A. Houghton, T. Kuemmerle, P. Olofsson, H. Haberl, 2013. Bias in the attribution of forest carbon sinks. Nature Climate Change, 3, 854-856.
    • Theurl, M.C., H. Haberl, K.-H. Erb, T. Lindenthal, 2013. Contrasted greenhouse gas emissions from local versus long-range tomato production. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, doi: 10.1007/s13593-013-0171-8 [online].
    • Erb, K.-H., H. Haberl, M.R. Jepsen, T. Kuemmerle, M. Lindner, D. Müller, P.H. Verburg, A. Reenberg, 2013. A conceptual framework for analysing and measuring land-use intensity. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5(5), 464-470.
    • Kuemmerle, T., K.-H. Erb, P. Meyfroidt, D. Müller, P.H. Verburg, S. Estel, H. Haberl, P. Hostert, T. Kastner, C. Levers, M. Lindner, M.R. Jepsen, C. Plutzar, P.J. Verkerk, E.H.v.d. Zanden, A. Reenberg, 2013. Challenges and opportunities in mapping land use intensity globally. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5(5), 484-493.
    • Verburg, P.H., O. Mertz, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, W. Wu, 2013. Land change and food security: towards multi-scale land system solutions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5(5), 494–502.
    • Fridolin K., K.-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, H. Haberl, A. Bondeau, V. Gaube, C. Lauk, C. Plutzar, T.D. Searchinger, 2013. Global human appropriation of net primary production doubled in the 20th century. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 110, 10324-10329.
    • Dullinger, S., F. Essl, W. Rabitsch, K.-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, H. Haberl, K. Hülber, V. Jarosik, F. Krausmann, I. Kühn, P. Pysek, P.E. Hulme, 2013. Europe's Other Debt Crisis: The long legacy of human impact in the current extinction risk of European taxa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 110, 7342-7347.
    • Haberl, H., 2013. Net land-atmosphere flows of biogenic carbon related to bioenergy: towards an understanding of systemic feedbacks. GCB Bioenergy, 5, 351-357.
    • Smith, P., H. Haberl, A. Popp, K.-H. Erb, C. Lauk, R. Harper, M. Jafari, S. Sohi, M. Bustamante, H. Ahammad, H. Clark, H. Dong, E.A. Elsiddig, O. Masera, C. Mbow, N.H. Ravindranath, C.W. Rice, C. Robledo Abad, A. Romanovskaya, F. Sperling, R. Zougmore, G. Berndes, H. Böttcher, M. Herrero, J.I. House, S. Rose, A. de Siqueira Pinto, F. Tubiello, 2013. How much land based greenhouse gas mitigation can be achieved without compromising food security and environmental goals? Global Change Biol., 19, 2285–2302.
    • Haberl, H., E.-D. Schulze, C. Körner, B.E. Law, B. Holtsmark, S. Luyssaert, 2013. Response: Complexities of sustainable forest use. GCB Bioenergy, 5, 1-2.
    • Erb, K.-H., H. Haberl, R. DeFries, E. Ellis, F. Krausmann, P. Verburg, S.W. Running, W.K. Smith, 2012. Pushing the Planetary Boundaries. Science, 338, 1419-1420.
    • Seitzinger, S.P. , U. Svedin, C.L. Crumley, W. Steffen, S.A. Abdullah, C. Alfsen, W.J. Broadgate, F.H.B. Biermann, N.R. Bondre, J.A. Dearing, L. Deutsch, S. Dhakal, T. Elmqvist, N. Farahbakhshazad, O. Gaffney, H. Haberl, S. Lavorel, C. Mbow, A.J. McMichael, J.M.F. deMorais, P. Olsson, P. Fernanda Pinho, K.C. Seto, P. Sinclair, M. Stafford-Smith, L. Sugar, 2012. Planetary stewardship in an urbanising world: beyond city limits, Ambio, 41, 787-794. 
    • Haberl, H., T. Kastner, A. Schaffartzik, N. Ludwiczek, K.-H. Erb, 2012. Global effects of national biomass production and consumption: Austria's embodied HANPP related to agricultural products in the year 2000. Ecol. Econ., 84, 66-73. 
    • Lauk, C., H. Haberl, K.-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, F. Krausmann, 2013. Global socioeconomic carbon stocks and carbon sequestration in long-lived products 1900-2008. Env. Res. Lett., 7, 034023.
    • Erb, K.-H., H. Haberl, C. Plutzar, 2012. Dependency of global bioenergy crop potentials in 2050 on food systems, yields, biodiversity conservation and political stability. Energy Policy, 47, 260-269.
    • Schulze, E.-D., C. Körner, B. Law, H. Haberl, S. Luyssaert, 2012. Large-scale bioenergy from additional harvest of forest biomass is neither sustainable nor greenhouse gas neutral. GCB Bioenergy, 4(6), 611-616.
    • Krausmann, F., S. Gingrich, H. Haberl, K.-H. Erb, A. Musel, T. Kastner, N. Kohlheb, E. Schwarzlmüller, M. Niedertscheider, 2012. Long-term trajectories of the human appropriation of net primary production: Lessons from six national case studies. Ecol. Econ., 77, 129-138.
    • Haberl, H., J.K. Steinberger, C. Plutzar, K.-H. Erb, V. Gaube, S. Gingrich, F. Krausmann, 2012. Natural and socioeconomic determinants of the embodied human appropriation of net primary production and its relation to other resource use indicators. Ecol. Indicat., 23, 222-231.
    • Haberl, H., D. Sprinz, M. Bonazountas, P. Cocco, Y. Desaubies, M. Henze, O. Hertel, R.K. Johnson, U. Kastrup, P. Laconte, E. Lange, P. Novak, J. Paavola, A. Reenberg, S.v.d. Hove, T. Vermeire, P. WadhamsT. , Searchinger, 2012. Correcting a fundamental error in greenhouse gas accounting related to bioenergy. Energy Policy, 45, 18-23.
    • Rounsevell, M., B. Pedroli, K.-H. Erb, M. Gramberger, A. Gravsholt Busck, H. Haberl, S. Kristensen, T. Kuemmerle, S. Lavorel, M. Lindner, H. Lotze-Campen, M.J. Metzger, D. Murray-Rust, A. Popp, M. Pérez-Soba, A. Reenberg, A. Vadineanu, P.H. Verburg, B. Wolfslehner, 2012. Challenges for land system science. Land Use Policy, 29, 899-910.
    • Singh, S.J., F. Krausmann, S. Gingrich, H. Haberl, K.-H. Erb, P. Lanz, J. Martinez-Alier, L. Temper, 2012. India's biophysical economy, 1961 - 2008, Sustainability in a national and global context. Ecol. Econ., 72, 60-69.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, A. Bondeau, C. Lauk, C. Müller, C. Plutzar, J.K. Steinberger, 2011. Global bioenergy potentials from agricultural land in 2050: Sensitivity to climate change, diets and yields. Biomass Bioenerg., 35, 4753-4769.
    • Haberl, H., M. Fischer-Kowalski, F. Krausmann, J. Martinez-Alier, V. Winiwarter, 2011. A sociometabolic transition towards sustainability? Challenges for another Great Transformation. Sustain. Develop. 19, 1-14.
    • Haberl, H., T. Beringer, S.C. Bhattacharya, K.-H. Erb, M. Hoogwijk, 2010. The global technical potential of bio-energy in 2050 considering sustainability constraints. Curr. Opinion Environm. Sustain., 2, 394-403.
    • Gavrilova, O., M. Jonas, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, 2010. International trade and Austria’s livestock system: direct and hidden carbon emission flows associated with production and consumption of products. Ecol. Econ., 69, 920-929.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, S. Berecz, N. Ludwiczek, A. Musel, A. Schaffartzik, J. Martinez-Alier, 2009. Using embodied HANPP to analyze teleconnections in the global land system: conceptual considerations. Geografisk Tidsskrift – Danish J Geogr., 109, 119-130.
    • Gaube, V., C. Kaiser, M. Wildenberg, H. Adensam, P. Fleissner, J. Kobler, J. Lutz, A. Schaumberger, J. Schaumberger, B. Smetschka, A. Wolf, A. Richter, H. Haberl, 2009. Combining agent-based and stock-flow modelling approaches in a participative analysis of the integrated land system in Reichraming, Austria. Landscape Ecol., 24, 1149-1165.
    • Erb, K.-H., F. Krausmann, W. Lucht, H. Haberl, 2009. Mapping the spatial disconnect between global biomass production and consumption. Ecol. Econ., 69, 328-334.
    • Krausmann, F., S. Gingrich, N. Eisenmenger, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, M. Fischer-Kowalski, 2009. Growth in global materials use, GDP and population during the 20th century. Ecol. Econ. 68, 2696-2705.
    • Haberl, H., V. Gaube, R. Díaz-Delgado, K. Krauze, A. Neuner, J. Peterseil, S.J. Singh, A. Vadineanu, 2009. Towards an integrated model of socioeconomic biodiversity drivers, pressures and impacts. A feasibility study based on three European long-term socio-ecological research platforms. Ecol. Econ., 68, 1797-1812.
    • Krausmann, F., H. Haberl, K.-H. Erb, M. Wiesinger, V. Gaube, S. Gingrich, 2009. What determines spatial patterns of the global human appropriation of net primary production? J Land Use Sci. 4, 15-34
    • Erb, K.-H., S. Gingrich, F. Krausmann, H. Haberl, 2008. Industrialization, fossil fuels and the transformation of land use: An integrated analysis of carbon flows in Austria 1830-2000. J Industr. Ecol. 12(5-6), 686-703.
    • Krausmann, F., K.-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, C. Lauk, H. Haberl, 2008. Global patterns of socioeconomic biomass flows in the year 2000: A comprehensive assessment of supply, consumption and constraints. Ecol. Econ. 65, 471-487. 
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, V. Gaube, A. Bondeau, C. Plutzar, S. Gingrich, W. Lucht, M. Fischer-Kowalski, 2007. Quantifying and mapping the human appropriation of net primary production in earth’s terrestrial ecosystems. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104, pp.12942-12947.
    • Erb, K.-H., V. Gaube, F. Krausmann, C. Plutzar, A. Bondeau, H. Haberl, 2007. A comprehensive global 5min resolution land-use dataset for the year 2000 consistent with national census data. J Land Use Sci. 2, 191-224.
    • Gingrich, S., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, V. Gaube, H. Haberl, 2007. Long-term dynamics of terrestrial carbon stocks in Austria. A comprehensive assessment of the time period from 1830 to 2000. Region. Environ. Change 7, 37-47.
    • Haberl, H., V. Winiwarter, K. Andersson, R. Ayres, C. Boone, A. Castillo, G. Cunfer, M. Fischer-Kowalski, W.R. Freudenburg, E. Furman, R. Kaufmann, F. Krausmann, E. Langthaler, H. Lotze-Campen, M. Mirtl, A. Reenberg, C.L. Redman, A. Wardell, B. Warr, H. Zechmeister, 2006. From LTER to LTSER: Conceptualizing the socio-economic dimension of long-term socio-ecological research. Ecology and Society, 11 [online], http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art13/ .
    • Haberl, H., H. Weisz, C. Amann, A. Bondeau, N. Eisenmenger, K.-H. Erb, M. Fischer-Kowalski, F. Krausmann, 2006. The energetic metabolism of the EU-15 and the USA. Decadal energy input time-series with an emphasis on biomass. J Industr. Ecol. 10(4), 151-171.
    • Haberl, H. 2006. The Global Socioeconomic Energetic Metabolism as a Sustainability Problem. Energy – The International Journal, 31, 87-99.
    • Haberl, H., Plutzar, C., Erb, K.-H., Gaube, V., Pollheimer, M., Schulz, N.B., 2005. Human appropriation of net primary production as determinant of avifauna diversity in Austria. Agric., Ecosyst. Environ. 110, 119-131.
    • Haberl, H., M. Fischer-Kowalski, F. Krausmann, H. Weisz, V. Winiwarter, 2004. Progress towards sustainability? What the conceptual framework of material and energy flow accounting (MEFA) can offer. Land Use Policy, 21, 199-213.
    • Wackernagel, M., C. Monfreda, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, Niels B. Schulz, 2004. Ecological footprint time series of Austria, the Philippines, and South Korea for 1961-1999: Comparing the conventional approach to an “actual land demand” approach. Land Use Policy, 21, 261-269.
    • Wackernagel, M., C. Monfreda, N.B. Schulz, K.-H. Erb, H. Haberl, F. Krausmann, 2004. Calculating national and global ecological footprint time series: Resolving conceptual challenges. Land Use Policy 21(3), 271-278.
    • Haberl, H., M. Wackernagel, F. Krausmann, K.-H. Erb, C. Monfreda, 2004. Ecological footprints and human appropriation of net primary production: A comparison. Land Use Policy, 21, 279-288.
    • Haberl, H., N.B. Schulz, C. Plutzar, K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, W. Loibl, D. Moser, N. Sauberer, H. Weisz, H. Zechmeister, P. Zulka, 2004. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production and Species Diversity in Agricultural Landscapes. Agric., Ecosyst. Environ. 102, 213-218.
    • Krausmann, F., H. Haberl, N.B. Schulz, K.-H. Erb, E. Darge, V. Gaube, 2003. Land-Use Change and Socioeconomic Metabolism in Austria, Part I: Driving Forces of Land-Use Change 1950-1995. Land Use Policy, 20, 1-20. 
    • Haberl, H., Erb, K.-H., Krausmann, F., H. Adensam, N.B. Schulz, 2003. Land-Use Change and Socioeconomic Metabolism in Austria, Part II: Land-Use Scenarios for 2020. Land Use Policy, 20, 21-39.
    • Haberl, H., F. Krausmann, K.-H. Erb, N.B. Schulz, S. Rojstaczer, S.M. Sterling, N. Moore 2002. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production. Science 296, 1968-1969.
    • Krausmann, F. and Haberl, H., 2002. The process of industrialization from the perspective of energetic metabolism. Socioeconomic energy flows in Austria 1830-1995. Ecol. Econ. 41, 177-201.
    • Haberl, H. K.H. Erb, F. Krausmann, W. Loibl, N. Schulz, H. Weisz, 2001. Changes in Ecosystem Processes Induced by Land Use: Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production and Its Influence on Standing Crop in Austria. Global Biogeochem. Cycles 15, 929-942.
    • Haberl, H., 2001. The Energetic Metabolism of Societies, Part I: Accounting Concepts. J Industr. Ecol. 5(1), 11-33.
    • Haberl, H., 2001. The Energetic Metabolism of Societies, Part II: Empirical Examples. J Industr. Ecol. 5(2), 71-88.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, 2001. How to calculate and interpret ecological footprints for long periods of time: The case of Austria 1926-1995. Ecol. Econ. 38, 25-45.
    • Haberl, H., S. Geissler, 2000. Cascade utilization of biomass: How to cope with ecological limits to biomass use. Ecol. Engineer. 16 (Suppl.), S111-S121.
    • Winiwarter, W., H. Haberl, D. Simpson, 1999. On the boundary between man-made and natural emissions: Problems in defining European ecosystems. J Geophys. Res. 104(D7), 8153-8160.
    • Haberl, H., H. Adensam, S. Geissler, 1998. Optimal Climate Protection Strategies for Space Heating - the Case of Austria. Energy Policy, 26, 1125-1135.
    • Haberl, H., 1997. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production as An Environmental Indicator: Implications for Sustainable Development, Ambio, 26, 143-146.
      Fischer-Kowalski, M. and H. Haberl, 1998. Sustainable Development, Longterm Changes in Socio-economic Metabolism, and Colonization of Nature. International Social Science Journal 158, 573-587.
    • Haberl, H., 1997. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production as An Environmental Indicator: Implications for Sustainable Development 26(3), 143-146.
    • Fischer-Kowalski, M. and H. Haberl, 1997. Tons, joules and money. Modes of production and their sustainability problems. Soc. Natl. Resour., 10, 61-85. 
    • Haberl, H. und Aubauer, H.P., 1992. Simulation of Human Population Dynamics by a Hyperlogistic Time-delay Equation. J Theor. Biol. 156, 499-511.

     

    Articles in edited volumes (selected)

    • Erb, K.-H., M. Niedertscheider, J.P. Dietrich, C. Schmitz, P.H. Verburg, M.R. Jepsen, H. Haberl, 2014. Conceptual and Empirical Approaches to Mapping and Quantifying Land-Use Intensity In: Fischer-Kowalski, M., A. Reenberg, A. Mayer, A. Schaffartzik (eds.) Ester Boserup’s Legacy on Sustainability. Springer, Dordrecht, in press.
    • Haberl, H., C. Mbow, X. Deng, E.G. Irwin, S. Kerr, T. Kuemmerle, O. Mertz, P. Meyfroidt, B.L. Turner II, 2014. Finite Land Resources and Competition. In: Karen Seto, Anette Reenberg (eds.), Rethinking Global Land Use in an Urban Era. MIT Press, 33-67.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, T. Kastner, F. Krausmann, 2013. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production, Stocks and Flows of Carbon, and Biodiversity. In: R. Lal, K. Lorenz, R.F. Hüttl, B.U. Schneider, J.v. Braun (eds.), Ecosystem Services and Carbon Sequestration in the Biosphere. Springer, Berlin, 313-331.
    • Haberl, H., C. Körner, C. Lauk, U. Schmid-Staiger, V. Smetacek, E.-D. Schulze, R.K. Thauer, P. Weiland, K. Wilson, 2012. The availability and sustainability of biomass as an energy source. In: German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina (ed.), Bioenergy - Chances and Limits. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina - Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften. Halle and der Saale, 9-42.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, C. Lauk, C. Plutzar, 2012. Menschliche Aneignung von Nettoprimärproduktion in Europa: Schlussfolgerungen für Bioenergiepotentiale. In: German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina (ed.),Bioenergy - Chances and Limits. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina - Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften. Halle and der Saale, pp. 102-118.
    • Erb, K.H., A. Mayer, F. Krausmann, C. Lauk, C. Plutzar, J.K. Steinberger, H. Haberl, 2012. The interrelations of future global bioenergy potentials, food demand and agricultural technology. In: Gasparatos, A. and P. Stromberg (eds.). Socioeconomic and environmental impacts of biofuels: Evidence from developing nations. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 27-52.
    • Singh, S.J., , H. Haberl, V. Gaube, C.M. Grünbühel, P. Lisievici, J. Lutz, R. Mathews, M. Mirtl, A. Vadineanu, M. Wildenberg, 2010. Conceptualising Long-Term Socio-ecological Research (LTSER): Integrating the Social Dimension. In: F. Müller, C. Baessler, H. Schubert, S. Klotz (eds.). Long-Term Ecological Research, Between Theory and Application. Springer, Dordrecht, 377-398.
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, 2008. Global human appropriation of net primary production. Encyclopedia of the Earth, http://www.eoearth.org/
    • Haberl, H., Erb, K.-H., Plutzar, C., Fischer-Kowalski, M., Krausmann, F., 2007. Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) as Indicator for Pressures on Biodiversity. In: T. Hák, B. Moldan, A.L. Dahl (eds.). Sustainability Indicators: A Scientific Assessment. SCOPE 67, Island press, Washington, D.C., 271-288.
    • Dearing, J.A., L.J. Graumlich, R. Grove, A. Grübler, H. Haberl, F. Hole, C. Pfister, S.E. van der Leeuw, 2007. Integrating socio-environment interactions over centennial timescales: needs and issues. In: R. Costanza, L.J. Graumlich, W. Steffen (eds.) Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, London, UK, 243-274. 
    • Haberl, H. and K.-H. Erb, 2006. Assessment of Sustainable Land Use in Producing Biomass. In: J. Dewulf, H. V. Langenhove (eds.). Renewables-Based Technology: Sustainability Assessment. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 175-192. 
    • Chhabra, A., H. Geist, R.A. Houghton, H. Haberl, A.K. Braimoh, P.L.G. Vlek, J. Patz, J. Xu, N. Ramankutty, O. Coomes, E.F. Lambin, 2006. Multiple impacts of land use and land cover change. In: E.F. Lambin and H. Geist (eds.). Land Use and Cover Change: Local Processes, Global Impacts. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 71-116.
    • Haberl, H., 2006. Cascades / Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production / Metabolism / Treshold. In: Geist, H. (ed.). The Earth’s Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change, Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport.
    • Haberl, H., 1999. Die Kolonisierung der Landschaft: Landnutzung und gesellschaftlicher Stoffwechsel. In: R. Schneider-Sliwa, D. Schaub, G. Gerold (eds.). Angewandte Landschaftsökologie, Grundlagen und Methoden. Springer, Berlin, 491-509.
    • Fischer-Kowalski, M., H. Haberl, H. Payer, 1997. Austria: Indicators for Society´s Metabolism and for the Intensity of ‘Colonizing Nature’. In: B. Moldan, S. Billharz, R. Matravers (eds.), Sustainability Indicators. SCOPE 58, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 358-366.
    • Fischer-Kowalski, M., H. Haberl, H. Payer, A. Steurer, H. Zangerl-Weisz, 1993. Causer-related Indicators for Stresses upon the Environment. A Contribution to the Environmental Satellite-System of the Austrian SNA. In:. A. Franz, C. Stahmer (eds.), Approaches to Environmental Accounting. Springer, Heidelberg, 475-487.

     

    Selected other publications

    • Mirtl, M., M. Bahn, T. Battin, A. Borsdorf, M. Englisch, V. Gaube, G. Grabherr, G. Gratzer, D. Kreiner, H. Haberl, A. Richter, S. Schindler, U. Tappeiner, V. Winiwarter, R. Zink, 2010. LTER-Austria White Paper – ‚Next Generation LTER’ in Austria, On the status and orientation of process oriented ecosystem research, biodiversity and conservation research and socio-ecological research in Austria. LTER-Austria Series, Vol. 1, http://www.lter-austria.at/ , Wien.
    • Erb, K.-H., H. Haberl, F. Krausmann, C. Lauk, C. Plutzar, J.-K. Steinberger, C. Müller, A. Bondeau, K. Waha, G. Pollack, 2009. Eating the planet: Feeding and fuelling the world sustainably, fairly and humanely – a scoping study. Social Ecology Working Paper No. 116, Vienna, Potsdam. http://www.uni-klu.ac.at/socec/downloads/WP116_WEB.pdf .
    • Wätzold, F., H. Haberl, H. Svarstad, W. van Reeth, R. White, 2009. Integrating knowledge from social and natural sciences for biodiversity management: the asymmetric information trap. UFZ-Diskussionspapiere, Department Ökonomie, 5/2009, Leipzig. http://www.ufz.de/data/5_2009_Waetzold_et_al10709.pdf .
    • Haberl, H., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, 2008. Global human appropriation of net primary production. Encyclopedia of the Earth, http://www.eoearth.org/ .
    • Pimentel, D., T. Patzek, F. Siegert, M. Giampietro, H. Haberl, 2008. Biofuel in question. New Scientist Vol 197, No. 2369, p. 18.
    • Pimentel, D., T. Patzek, F. Siegert, M. Giampietro, H. Haberl, 2007. Concerns over notes on biofuels in IPPC AR4 Mitigation report and SPM. http://www.grain.org/agrofuels/IPCC-Letter-to-DrRKPachauri.pdf .
    • Haberl, H., F., K.-H. Erb, F. Krausmann, 2007. Human appropriation of net primary production. Internet Encyclopaedia of Ecological Economics, http://www.ecoeco.org/pdf/2007_march_hanpp.pdf .
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