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2017

Löw, F., Biradara, C., Fliemanna, E., Lamers, J.P.A., Conrad, C., 2017. Assessing gaps in irrigated agricultural productivity through satelliteearth observations—A case study of the Fergana Valley, Central Asia. In International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 59 118–134. DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jag.2017.02.014.

2016

Awan, U.K., Ibrakhimov, M., Benli, B., Lamers, J., Liaqat, U.W. 2016. A new concept of irrigation response units for effective management of surface and groundwater resources - A case study from the multi-country Fergana valley, Central Asia. Irrigation Science. 35 (1), 55-68, doi 10.1007/s00271-016-0521-9.

Awan, U.K., Liaqat, U.W., Choi, M., Ismaeel, A., 2016. A SWAT modeling approach to assess the impact of climate change on consumptive water use in Lower Chenab Canal area of Indus basin. In Hydrology Research, 48 (2), doi: 10.2166/nh.2016.102.

Bekchanov M, Lamers JPA. 2016. Economic costs of reduced irrigation water availability in Uzbekistan (Central Asia). Regional Environmental Change, 16 (4) 1-19. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. DOI 10.1007/s10113-016-0961-z.

Bekchanov, M., Lamers, J.P.A., 2016. The Effect of Energy Constraints on Water Allocation Decisions: The Elaboration and Application of a System-Wide Economic-Water-Energy Model (SEWEM). Water, 8, 253, doi:10.3390/w8060253.

Bekchanov, M., Ringler, C., Bhaduri, A., Jeuland, M., 2016. Optimizing irrigation efficiency improvements in the Aral Sea Basin. Water Resources and Economics, 13, 30-45.

Bobojonov I., Berg E., Vasdeki JF.,Martius C., and Lamers, JPA. 2016. Income and irrigation water use efficiency under climate change: An application of spatial stochastic crop and water allocation model to Western Uzbekistan. In Climate Risk Management 13, 19–30, doi: DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2016.05.004.

Conrad, C., Schönbrodt-Stitt, S., Löw, F., Sorokin, D., Paeth, H., 2016. Cropping Intensity in the Aral Sea Basin and Its Dependency from the Runoff Formation 2000–2012. In Remote Sensing 8(8), 630; doi:10.3390/rs8080630.

Conrad , C., Lamers, J.P.A., Ibragimov, N., Löw, F., Martius, C., 2016. Analysing irrigated crop rotation patterns in arid Uzbekistan by the means of remote sensing: A case study on post-Soviet agricultural land use. Journal of Arid Environments 124, 150-159.

Conrad, C., Kaiser, B.O., Lamers, J.P.A., 2016. Quantifying water volumes of small lakes in the inner Aral Sea Basin, Central Asia, and their potential for reaching water and food security. Environ Earth Sci, 75, 951-967, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi 10.1007/s12665-016-5753-8.

Djanibekov, N, Van Assche, K., Valentinov, V., 2016. Water Governance in Central Asia: A Luhmannian Perspective. Society & Natural Resources, 29:7, 822-835, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2015.1086460.

Djanibekov, U., Villamor, G.B., Dzhakypbekova, K., Chamberlain, J., Jianchu Xu, 2016. Adoption of Sustainable Land Uses in Post-Soviet Central Asia: The Case for Agroforestry. Sustainability, 8(10), 1030; doi:10.3390/su8101030.

Dubovyk, O., Landmann, T., Dietz, A., Menz, G., 2016. Quantifying the Impacts of Environmental Factors on Vegetation Dynamics over Climatic and Management Gradients of Central Asia. In Remote Sensing, 8(7), 600; doi: 10.3390/rs8070600.

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2016. Above- and belowground litter stocks and decay at a multi-species afforestation site on arid, saline soil. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 104, 2, 187-199, DOI 10.1007/s10705-016-9766-1.

Mollinga, P.P., Veldwisch, G.J., 2016. Ruling by canal: Governance and system-level design characteristics of large-scale irrigation infrastructure in India and Uzbekistan. Water Alternatives, 9, 2, 222-249.

Nurbekov, A., Akramkhanov, A., Kassam, A., Sydyk, D., Ziyadaullaev, Z., Lamers, J.P.A., 2016. Conservation Agriculture for combating land degradation in Central Asia: a synthesis. AIMS Agriculture and Food, 1, 2, 144-156.

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2015

Aleksandrova, M., Gain, A.K., Giupponi, K. 2015. Assessing agricultural systems vulnerability to climate change to inform adaptation planning: an application in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. In Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change. DOI 10.1007/s11027-015-9655-y.

Amankwah, K., Shtaltovna, A., Kelboro, G., Hornidge, A-K. 2015. A Critical Review of the Follow‐the‐Innovation Approach: Stakeholder collaboration and agricultural innovation development. In ZEF Working Paper Series, 138, ISSN 1864‐6638.

Bekchanov, M., Bhaduri, A., Ringler, C., 2015. Potential gains from water rights trading in the Aral Sea Basin. Agricultural Water Management 152, pp. 41–56. DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2014.12.011.

Bekchanov, M., Ringler,C., Bhaduri, A., Jeuland, M. 2015. How would the Rogun Dam affect water and energy scarcity in Central Asia? In Water International, 40:5-6, 856-876, DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2015.1051788.

Bekchanov, M., Ringler, C., Bhaduri, A.,Jeuland, M. 2015. Optimizing irrigation efficiency Improvements in the Aral SEA basin. In Water Resources and Economics, 13, pp. 30–45. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wre.2015.08.003.

Bekchanov, M., Ringler, C., Bhaduri, A. 2015. A Water Rights Trading Approach to Increaseing Inflows to the Aral Sea. In Land Degradation & Development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2394.

Conrad , C., Rudloff , M., Abdullaev, I., Thiel, M., Löw, F., Lamers, J.P.A., 2015. Measuring rural settlement expansion in Uzbekistan using remote sensing to support spatial planning. In Applied Geography 62, pp. 29-43.

Crootof, A., Mullabaev, N., Saito, L., Atwell, L., Rosen, M. R., Bekchonova, M. et al., 2015. Hydroecological condition and potential for aquaculture in lakes of the arid region of Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Journal of Arid Environments 117, pp. 37–46. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2015.02.012.

Devkota, K.P., Hoogenboom, G., Boote, K.J., Singh, U., Lamers, J.P.A., Devkota, M., Vlek, P.L.G. 2015. Simulating the impact of water saving irrigation and conservation agriculture practices for rice–wheat systems in the irrigated semi-arid drylands of Central Asia. In Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 214–215. Pp. 266–280. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.08.264.

Devkota, M., Devkota, K. P., Gupta, R. K., Sayre, K. D., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A. 2015. Conservation agriculture farming practices for optimizing water and fertilizer use efficiency in Central Asia. In P. Drechsel, P. Heffer, H. Magen, R. Mikkelsen, D. Wichelns (Eds.): Managing Water and Fertilizer for sustainable Agricultural Intensification: International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA), International Water Management Institute (IWMI), International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), and International Potash Institute (IPI), pp. 242-257.

Devkota, K. P., Lamers, J.P.A., Manschadi, A. M., Devkota, M., McDonald, A. J., Vlek, P.L.G., 2015. Comparative advantages of conservation agriculture based rice–wheat rotation systems under water and salt dynamics typical for the irrigated arid drylands in Central Asia. European Journal of Agronomy 62, pp. 98–109. DOI: 10.1016/j.eja.2014.10.002.

Devkota, M., Gupta, R. K., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Devkota, K. P., Sayre, K. D., Vlek, P.L.G., 2015. Soil salinity management on raised beds with different furrow irrigation modes in salt-affected lands. Agricultural Water Management 152, pp. 243–250. DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2015.01.013.

Devkota, M., Martius, C., Gupta, R. K., Devkota, K. P., McDonald, A. J., Lamers, J.P.A., 2015. Managing soil salinity with permanent bed planting in irrigated production systems in Central Asia. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 202, pp. 90–97. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.12.006.

Djalilov, B. M., Khamzina, A., Hornidge, A.-K., Lamers, J.P.A., 2015. Exploring constraints and incentives for the adoption of agroforestry practices on degraded cropland in Uzbekistan. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, pp. 1–21. DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2014.996283.

Djanibekov, N., Assche, K.V., Valentinov,  V.,2015. Water Governance in Central Asia: A Luhmannian Perspective. In Society & Natural Resources, 29:7, 822-835, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2015.1086460.

Djanibekov, U., Dzhakypbekova, K., Chamberlain, J., Weyerhäuser, H., Zomer, R., Villamore, G.B., Xu, J., 2015. Agroforestry for Landscape Restoration and Livelihood Development in Central Asia. Yunnan Province, P.R. China: World Agroforestry Centre 2015 (186).

Djanibekov, N., Djanibekov, U., Sommer, R., Petrick, M., 2015. Cooperative agricultural production to exploit individual heterogeneity under a delivery target: The case of cotton in Uzbekistan. In Agricultural Systems 141, pp. 1-13.

Dubovyk, O., Menz, G., Lee, A., Schellberg, J., Thonfeld, F., Khamzina, A. 2015. SPOT-Based Sub-Field Level Monitoring of Vegetation Cover Dynamics: A Case of Irrigated Croplands. In Remote Sens. 7. Pp. 6763-6783. doi:10.3390/rs70606763.

Hasan, B., Higano, Y., Yabar, H., Devkota, M., Lamers, J.P.A., 2015. Conservation Agriculture Practices in Salt-Affected, Irrigated Areas of Central Asia: Crop Price and Input Cost Variability Effect on Revenue Risks. SAR 4 (2). DOI: 10.5539/sar.v4n2p1.

Hornidge, A.-K., van Assche, K., Shtaltovna, A., 2015. Uzbekistan – A Region of World Society (?). Variants of Differentiation in Agricultural Resources Governance. Crossroads Asia Working Papers Series 26.

Löw, F., Fliemann, E., Abdullaev, I., Conrad, C., Lamers, J.P.A., 2015. Mapping abandoned agricultural land in Kyzyl-Orda, Kazakhstan using satellite remote sensing. In Applied Geography 62, pp. 377-390.

Rudenko, I., Salaev, S., Davletov, S., Eshchanov, R., 2015. Economic Feasibility Study of Canal Plastic Lining in the Aral Sea Basin. In Teang Shui Lee. Research and Practices in Water Quality. dx.doi.org/10.5772/59101. pp. 225-237.

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2014

Akramkhanov, A., Brus, D. J., Walvoort, D.J.J., 2014. Geostatistical monitoring of soil salinity in Uzbekistan by repeated EMI surveys. Geoderma 213, pp. 600–607. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2013.07.033.

Aleksandrova, M., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., Tischbein, B., 2014. Rural vulnerability to environmental change in the irrigated lowlands of Central Asia and options for policy-makers: A review. Environmental Science & Policy 41, pp. 77–88. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2014.03.001.

Awan, U.K., Ismaeel, A., 2014. A new technique to map groundwater recharge in irrigated areas using a SWAT model under changing climate. Journal of Hydrology 519, pp. 1368–1382. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.08.049.

Awan, U.K., Tischbein, B., Martius, C., 2014. A GIS-based approach for up-scaling capillary rise from field to system level under soil–crop–groundwater mix. Irrig Sci 32 (6), pp. 449–458. DOI: 10.1007/s00271-014-0441-5.

Awan, U.K., Tischbein, B., Martius, C., 2014. Simulating groundwater dynamics using fellow-3d groundwater model under complex irrigation and drainage network of dryland ecosystems of Central Asia. Irrigation and Drainage. DOI:1506142-1346164.

Bobojonov, I., Aw-Hassan, A., 2014. Impacts of climate change on farm income security in Central Asia: An integrated modeling approach. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 188, pp. 245–255. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.02.033.

Bobojonov, I., Lamers, J. P. A., Bekchanov, M., Djanibekov, N., Franz-Vasdeki,J., Ruzimov, J., Martius, C., 2014. Options and Constraints for Crop Diversification: A Case Study in Sustainable Agriculture in Uzbekistan. In Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 37, 7, pp. 788-811, DOI: 10.1080/21683565.2013.775539

Conrad, C., Dech, S., Dubovyk, O., Fritsch, S., Klein, D., Löw, F. et al., 2014. Derivation of temporal windows for accurate crop discrimination in heterogeneous croplands of Uzbekistan using multitemporal RapidEye images. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 103, pp. 63–74. DOI: 10.1016/j.compag.2014.02.003.

Dietz, A., Conrad, C., Kuenzer, C., Gesell, G., Dech, S., 2014. Identifying Changing Snow Cover Characteristics in Central Asia between 1986 and 2014 from Remote Sensing Data. Remote Sensing 6 (12), pp. 12752–12775. DOI: 10.3390/rs61212752.

Djanibekov, N., Sommer, R. (Eds.), 2014. Novel Measurement and Assessment Tools for Monitoring and Management of Land and Water Resources in Agricultural Landscapes of Central Asia. Springer International Publishing (Part II).

Djanibekov, U., Khamzina, A., 2012. Stochastic Economic Assessment of Afforestation on Marginal Land in Irrigated Farming System. Environ Resource Econ. DOI: 10.1007/s10640-014-9843-3.

Karimov, A.A., 2014. Factors affecting efficiency of cotton producers in rural Khorezm, Uzbekistan: Re-examining the role of knowledge indicators in technical efficiency improvement. In Agricultural and Food Economics 2, 7, pp. 1-16. doi:10.1186/s40100-014-0007-0.

Schachtsiek, T., Lamers, J.P. A., Khamzina, A., 2014. Early Survival and Growth of Six Afforestation Species on Abandoned Cropping Sites in Irrigated Drylands of the Aral Sea Basin. Arid Land Research and Management 28 (4), pp. 410–427. DOI: 10.1080/15324982.2013.855958.

Shahabfar, A., Ghulam, A., Conrad, C., 2014. Understanding Hydrological Repartitioning and Shifts in Drought Regimes in Central and South-West Asia Using MODIS Derived Perpendicular Drought Index and TRMM Data. IEEE J. Sel. Top. Appl. Earth Observations Remote Sensing 7 (3), pp. 983–993. DOI: 10.1109/JSTARS.2013.2284006.

Tüshaus, J., Dubovyk, O., Khamzina, A., Menz, G., 2014. Comparison of Medium Spatial Resolution ENVISAT-MERIS and Terra-MODIS Time Series for Vegetation Decline Analysis: A Case Study in Central Asia. Remote Sensing 6.

van Assche, K., Djanibekov, N., Hornidge, A.-K., Shtaltovna, A., Verschraegen, G., 2014. Rural development and the entwining of dependencies: Transition as evolving governance in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Futures 63, pp. 75–85. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2014.08.006.

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2013

Akhtar, F., Tischbein, B., Awan, U.K., 2013. Optimizing Deficit Irrigation Scheduling Under Shallow Groundwater Conditions in Lower Reaches of Amu Darya River Basin. Water Resources Management 27 (8), pp. 3165–3178. DOI: 10.1007/s11269-013-0341-0.

Awan, U.K., Tischbein, B., Martius, C., 2013. Combining hydrological modeling and GIS approaches to determine the spatial distribution of groundwater recharge in an arid irrigation scheme. Irrigation Science. 31 4, 793-806

Borchardt, D., Ibisch, R. (Eds.), 2013. Integrated Water Resources Management in a Changing World. Lessons Learnt and Innovative Perspectives.

Conrad, C., Dech, S. W., Hafeez, M., Lamers, J.P.A., Tischbein, B., 2013. Remote sensing and hydrological measurement based irrigation performance assessments in the upper Amu Darya Delta, Central Asia. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 61-62, pp. 52–62. DOI: 10.1016/j.pce.2013.05.002.

Conrad, C., Rahmann, M., Machwitz, M., Stulina, G., Paeth, H., Dech, S., 2013. Satellite based calculation of spatially distributed crop water requirements for cotton and wheat cultivation in Fergana Valley, Uzbekistan. Global and Planetary Change 110, pp. 88–98. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2013.08.002.

Devkota, K. P., Manschadi, A. M., Devkota, M., Lamers, J.P.A., Ruzibaev, E., Egamberdiev, O. et al., 2013. Simulating the Impact of Climate Change on Rice Phenology and Grain Yield in Irrigated Drylands of Central Asia. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol. 52 (9), pp. 2033–2050. DOI: 10.1175/JAMC-D-12-0182.1.

Devkota, K. P., Manschadi, A. M., Lamers, J.P.A., Humphreys, E., Devkota, M., Egamberdiev, O. et al., 2013. Growth and yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under resource conservation technologies in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia. Field Crops Research 149, pp. 115–126. DOI: 10.1016/j.fcr.2013.04.015.

Devkota, K. P., Manschadi, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Devkota, M., Vlek, P. L.G., 2013. Mineral nitrogen dynamics in irrigated rice–wheat system under different irrigation and establishment methods and residue levels in arid drylands of Central Asia. European Journal of Agronomy 47, pp. 65–76. DOI: 10.1016/j.eja.2013.01.009.

Devkota, M., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Sayre, K. D., Devkota, K. P., Gupta, R. K. et al., 2013. Combining permanent beds and residue retention with nitrogen fertilization improves crop yields and water productivity in irrigated arid lands under cotton, wheat and maize. Field Crops Research 149, pp. 105–114. DOI: 10.1016/j.fcr.2013.04.012.

Devkota, M., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Sayre, K. D., Devkota, K. P., Vlek, P.L.G., 2013. Tillage and nitrogen fertilization effects on yield and nitrogen use efficiency of irrigated cotton. Soil and Tillage Research 134, pp. 72–82. DOI: 10.1016/j.still.2013.07.009.

Dietz, A. J., Kuenzer, C., Conrad, C., 2013. Snow-cover variability in central Asia between 2000 and 2011 derived from improved MODIS daily snow-cover products. International Journal of Remote Sensing 34 (11), pp. 3879–3902. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2013.767480.

Djanibekov, N., Frohberg, K., Djanibekov, U., 2013. Income-based projections of water footprint of food consumption in Uzbekistan. Global and Planetary Change 110, pp. 130–142. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2013.08.015.

Djanibekov, N., Sommer, R., Djanibekov, U., 2013. Evaluation of effects of cotton policy changes on land and water use in Uzbekistan: Application of a bio-economic farm model at the level of a water users association. Agricultural Systems 118, pp. 1–13. DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2013.02.004.

Djanibekov, U., Djanibekov, N., Khamzina, A., Bhaduri, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Berg, Ernst, 2013. Impacts of innovative forestry land use on rural livelihood in a bimodal agricultural system in irrigated drylands. Land Use Policy 35, pp. 95–106. DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2013.05.003.

Djanibekov, U., van Assche, K., Boezeman, D., Djanibekov, N., 2013. Understanding contracts in evolving agro-economies: Fermers, dekhqans and networks in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Journal of Rural Studies 32, pp. 137–147. DOI: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.05.003.

Djumaeva, D., Lamers, J.P.A., Khamzina, A., Vlek, P. L. G., 2013. The benefits of phosphorus fertilization of trees grown on salinized croplands in the lower reaches of Amu Darya, Uzbekistan. Agroforest Syst 87 (3), pp. 555–569. DOI: 10.1007/s10457-012-9576-7.

Dubovyk, O., 2013. Multi-scale targeting of land degradation in northern Uzbekistan using satellite remote sensing. Dissertation.

Dubovyk, O., Menz, G., Conrad, C., Kan, E., Machwitz, M., Khamzina, A., 2013. Spatio-temporal analyses of cropland degradation in the irrigated lowlands of Uzbekistan using remote-sensing and logistic regression modeling. Environ Monit Assess 185 (6), pp. 4775–4790. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-012-2904-6.

Dubovyk, O., Menz, G., Conrad, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Lee, A., Khamzina, A., 2013. Spatial targeting of land rehabilitation: a relational analysis of cropland productivity decline in arid Uzbekistan. Erdkunde 67 (2), pp. 167–181. DOI: 10.3112/erdkunde.2013.02.05.

Dubovyk, O., Menz, G., Conrad, C., Thonfeld, F., Khamzina, A., 2013. Object-based identification of vegetation cover decline in irrigated agro-ecosystems in Uzbekistan. Quaternary International 311, pp. 163–174. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2013.07.043.

Dubovyk, O., Menz, G., Conrad, C., Khamzina, A., Michel, U., Civco, D. L., 2013. Object-based cropland degradation identification: a case study in Uzbekistan. Proc. SPIE 8538, Earth Resources and Environmental Remote Sensing/GIS Applications III, 85380W. DOI: 10.1117/12.974647.

Ergashev, A., Eshchanov, R., Yakubov, G., Rakhimov, A., Turdieva, N., Turaeva, N.,  Urinova, H., Matchanov, A., 2013. Abiotechnology of Indigofera tinctoria L. on the Saline Land of Aral Sea Basin and Producing of the Natural Plant Indigo Pigment for the Industry. In J. Chem. Chem. Eng. 8, pp. 707-716.

Hojyaz, J., Eshchanov, R., Nurmetov, J., Lutz, A., Shanafield, M., Lamers, J.P.A., 2013. Canal lining to increase water use efficiency and remediate groundwater levels in Khorezm Uzbekistan, Central Asia. International Journal of Agriculture: Research and Review. 3(4).

Hornidge, A.-K., Oberkircher, L., Kudryavtseva, A., 2013. Boundary management and the discursive sphere – Negotiating ‘realities’ in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Geoforum 45, pp. 266–274. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2012.11.014.

Rudenko, I., Bekchanov, M., Djanibekov, U., Lamers, J.P.A., 2013. The added value of a water footprint approach: Micro- and macroeconomic analysis of cotton production, processing and export in water bound Uzbekistan. Global and Planetary Change 110, pp. 143–151. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2013.09.007.

Shahabfar, A., Ghulam, A., Conrad, C., 2013. Understanding Hydrological Repartitioning and Shifts in Drought Regimes in Central and South-West Asia Using MODIS Derived Perpendicular Drought Index and TRMM Data. in IEEE journal of selected topics in applied earth observations and remote sensing. IEEE 1939-1404, DOI 10.1109/JSTARS.2013.2284006.

Siegmund-Schultze, M., Rischkowsky, B., Yuldashev, I., Abdalniyazov, B., Lamers, J.P.A., 2013. The emerging small-scale cattle farming sector in Uzbekistan: Highly integrated with crop production but suffering from low productivity. Journal of Arid Environments 98, pp. 93–104. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2013.08.001.

Sommer, R., Glazirina, M., Yuldashev, T., Otarov, A., Ibraeva, M., Martynova, L. et al., 2013. Impact of climate change on wheat productivity in Central Asia. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 178, pp. 78–99. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2013.06.011.

Tischbein, B., Manschadi, A. M., Conrad, C., Hornidge, A.-K., Bhaduri, A., Ul Hassan, M. et al., 2013. Adapting to water scarcity: constraints and opportunities for improving irrigation management in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 13 (2), p. 337. DOI: 10.2166/ws.2013.028.

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2012

Akramkhanov, A., Kuziev, R., Sommer, R., Martius, C., Forkutsa, O.,  Massucati, L., 2012. Soils and Soil Ecology in Khorezm. In C. Martius, I. Rudenko,  J.P.A. Lamers, P.L.G. Vlek (Eds.): Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums. Economic and Ecological Restructuring in Khorezm, Uzbekistan, pp.37-58.

Akramkhanov, A., Vlek, P. L. G., 2012. The assessment of spatial distribution of soil salinity risk using neural network. Environ Monit Assess 184 (4), pp. 2475–2485. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-011-2132-5.

Bekchanov, M., Bhaduri, A., Lenzen, M., Lamers, J.P.A., 2012. Integrating Input-Output Modeling with Multi-criteria Analysis to Assess Options for Sustainable Economic Transformation: The Case of Uzbekistan. In C. Martius, I. Rudenko,  J.P.A. Lamers, P.L.G. Vlek (Eds.): Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums. Economic and Ecological Restructuring in Khorezm, Uzbekistan, pp. 229-245.

Conrad, C., Fritsch, S., Lex, S., Löw, F., Ruecker, G., Schorcht, G. et al., 2012. Potenziale des ‚Red Edge‘ Kanals von RapidEye zur Unterscheidung und zum Monitoring landwirtschaftlicher Anbaufrüchte am Beispiel des usbekischen Bewässerungssystems Khorezm. RapidEye Science Archive (RESA) - Vom Algorithmus zum Produkt 2, pp. 203–217.

Djanibekov, U., Djanibekov, N., Khamzina, A., 2012. CDM afforestation for managing water, energy and rural income nexus in irrigated drylands.

Djanibekov, N., Hornidge, A.-K., Ul-Hassan, M., 2012. From joint experimentation to laissez-faire: transdisciplinary innovation research for the institutional strengthening of a water users association in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 18(4): 409-423.

Djanibekov, N., van Assche, K., Bobojonov, I., Lamers, J.P.A., 2012. Farm restructuring and land consolidation in Uzbekistan: New farms with old barriers. Europe-Asia Studies 64(6): 1101-1126.

Djanibekov, U., Khamzina, A., Djanibekov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., 2012. How attractive are short-term CDM forestations in arid regions? The case of irrigated croplands in Uzbekistan. Forest Policy and Economics 21: 108-117.

Djumaeva, D., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., Vlek, P.L.G., 2012. Chlorophyll meters for monitoring foliar nitrogen in three tree species from arid Central Asia. Journal of Arid Environments (J arid Environ) 85: 41-45.

Edlinger, J., Conrad, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Khasankhanova, G., Koellner, T., 2012. Reconstructing the Spatio-Temporal Development of Irrigation Systems in Uzbekistan Using Landsat Time Series. Remote Sensing 4 (12), pp. 3972–3994. DOI: 10.3390/rs4123972.

Kienzler, K. M., Lamers, J.P.A., McDonald, A., Mirzabaev, A., Ibragimov, N., Egamberdiev, O. et al., 2012. Conservation agriculture in Central Asia—What do we know and where do we go from here? Field Crops Research 132, pp. 95–105. DOI: 10.1016/j.fcr.2011.12.008.

Rudenko, I., Djanibekov, U., Nurmetov, K., Lamers, J.P.A., 2012. Water Footprints: Integrated Water Resource Management to the Rescue in the Aral Sea Basin. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy 20, pp. 197–215.

Shtaltovna, A., van Assche, K., Hornidge, A.-K., 2012. Where did the Debt come from Organizational Change, Role Ambiguity and Development in Rural Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Internationales Asienforum 43 (3-4), pp. 179–197.

van Assche, K., Djanibekov, N., 2012. Spatial planning as policy integration: The need for an evolutionary perspective. Lessons from Uzbekistan. Land Use Policy 29(1): 179-186.

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2011

Akramkhanov, A., Martius, C., Park, S.J., Hendrickx, J.M.H, 2011. Environmental factors of spatial distribution of soil salinity on flat irrigated terrain. Geoderma 163: 55-62.

Awan, K.U., Tischbein, B., Conrad, C., Martius, C., Hafeez, M., 2011. Remote sensing and hydrological measurements for irrigation performance assessments in a water user association in the lower Amu Darya River basin. Water Resources Management: 1-19.

Awan, U.K., Ibrakhimov, M., Tischbein, B., Kamalov, P., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., 2011. Improving irrigation water operation in the lower reaches of the Amu Darya River - current status and suggestions. Irrigation and drainage 60(5): 600-612.

Conrad, C., Dech, S.W.,  Hafeez, M., Lamers, J.P.A., Tischbein, B., 2011. Remote Sensing Based Hydrological Modeling for Irrigation Performance Assessment in the Lower Reaches of the Amu Darya River in Central Asia. Water Resources Management 25, 10, pp. 2467-2485.

Eshchanov, B.R., Grinwis Plaat Stultjes, M., Salaev, S.K., Eshchanov, R.A., 2011. Rogun Dam—Path to Energy Independence or Security Threat? Sustainability 3: 1573-1592.

Hornidge, A.-K., Oberkircher, L., Tischbein, B., Schorcht, G., Bhaduri, A., Manschadi, A.M., 2011. Reconceptualizing water management in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Natural Resources Forum 35(4): 251-268.

Hornidge, A.-K., Ul-Hassan, M., Mollinga, P.P., 2011. Transdisciplinary innovation research in Uzbekistan - 1 year of 'following the innovation'. Development in Practice 21(6).

Ibragimov, N., Evett, S., Esenbekov, Y., Khasanova, F., Karabaev, I., Mirzaev, L., Lamers, J.P.A., 2011. Permanent beds vs. conventional tillage in irrigated arid Central Asia. Agronomy Journal 103(4): 1002-1011.

Ibrakhimov, M., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Tischbein, B., 2011. The dynamics of groundwater table and salinity over 17 years in Khorezm. Agricultural Water Management 101: 52-61.

Kienzler, K., Rudenko, I., Ruzimov, J., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., 2011. Winter wheat quantity or quality? Assessing food security in Uzbekistan. Food Security 3(1): 53-64.

Kienzler, K.M., Djanibekov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., 2011. An agronomic, economic and behavioral analysis of N application to cotton and wheat in post-Soviet Uzbekistan. Agricultural Systems 104 (5): 411–418.

Oberkircher, L., Hornidge, A.-K., 2011. "Water is life" - Farmer rationales and water saving in Khorezm, Uzbekistan: A lifeworld analysis. Rural Sociological Society 76(3): 394-421.

Scott, J., Rosen, M.R., Saito, L., Decker, D.L., 2011. The influence of irrigation water on the hydrology and lake water budgets of two small arid-climate lakes in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. In Journal of Hydrology 410, pp. 114-125. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.09.028.

Tischbein, B., Manschadi, A.M., Hornidge, A.-K., Conrad, C., Lamers, J.P.A., Oberkircher, L., Schorcht, G., Vlek, P.L.G., 2011. Ansätze für eine effizientere Wassernutzung in der Provinz Khorezm, Usbekistan. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 55(2): 116-125.

Ul Hassan, M., 2011. Analyzing governance reforms in irrigation: Central, South and West Asian experience. Irrigation and Drainage 60(2): 151-162, availabe online: doi/110.1002/ird.1564, 1013 July 2010.

Veldwisch, G.V., Bock, B., 2011. Dehkans, Diversification and Dependencies: Rural Transformation in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan. In Journal of Agrarian Change 11, 4, pp. 581-597.

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2010

Abdullaev, I. and Mollinga, P., 2010. The socio-technical aspects of water management emerging trends at grass roots level in Uzbekistan. Water, 2:85-100.

Bekchanov, M., Karimov, A. and Lamers, J.P.A., 2010. Impact of water availability on land and water productivity: A temporal and spatial analysis of the case study region Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Water, 2:668-694.

Bekchanov, M., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2010. Pros and cons of adopting water-wise approaches in the lower reaches of the amu darya: a socio-economic view. Water 2: 200-216, available online: www.mdpi.com/journal/water.

Bobojonov, I., Franz, J., Berg, E., Lamers, J.P.A. and Martius, C., 2010. Improved policy making for sustainable farming: A case study on irrigated dryland agriculture in Western Uzbekistan. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 34 (7):800-817, available online: DOI 10.1080/10440046.2010.507573

Conrad, C., Fritsch, S., Zeidler, J., Rücker, G. and Dech, S., 2010. Per-field irrigated crop classification in arid Central Asia using SPOT and ASTER data. Remote Sensing, 2:1035-1056, available online: DOI 10.3390/rs2041035

Djumaeva, D., J.P.A. Lamers, C. Martius, A. Khamzina, P.L.G. Vlek. 2010. Quantification of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by Elaeagnus angustifolia L. on salt-affected irrigated croplands using two 15N isotopic methods. Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst., 88: 329-339, online first: DOI 10.1007/s10705-010-9357-5

Djumaniyazova, Y., Sommer, R., Ibragimov, N., Ruzimov, J., Lamers, J.P.A., Vlek, P.L.G., 2010. Simulating water use and N response of winter wheat in the irrigated floodplains of Northwest Uzbekistan. Field Crops Research 116(2010): 239–251.

Franz, J., Bobojonov, I., Egamberdiev, O., 2010. Assessing the economic viability of organic cotton production in Uzbekistan: a first look. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 34(1): 99-119.

Hbirkou, C., Martius, C., Khamzina, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Welp, G. and Amelung, W., 2010. Reducing topsoil salinity and raising carbon stocks through afforestation in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Journal of Arid Environment, 75: 146-155.

Hornidge, A.-K., Ul-Hassan, M., 2010. From 'plausible promises' to transdisciplinary innovation research in Uzbekistan - Process outline and lessons learnt. Rural Development News 2 (2010): 53-63.

Lamers, J.P.A., Khamzina, A., 2010. Seasonal quality profile and production of foliage from trees grown on degraded cropland in arid Uzbekistan, Centra. Asia. Animal physiology and animal nutrition 94: e77-e75.

Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., Khamzina, A., Matkarimova, M., Djumaeva, D., Eshchanov, R., 2010. Green foliage decomposition in tree plantations on degraded, irrigated croplands in Uzbekistan, Central Asia. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 87 (2): 249-260, available online: DOI 10.1111/j.1439-0396.2009.00983.x

Le, Q.B., Park, S.J., Vlek, P.L.G., 2010. Land Use Dynamic Simulator (LUDAS): A multi-agent system model for simulating spatio-temporal dynamics of coupled human–landscape system: 2. Scenario-based application for impact assessment of land-use policies. Ecological Informatics 5(3): 203-221.

Manschadi, A.M., Christopher, J.T., Hammer, G.L., Devoil, P., 2010. Experimental and modeling studies of drought-adaptive root architectural traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant Biosystems – An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 144(2): 458-462.

Manschadi, A.M., Oberkircher, L., Tischbein, B., Conrad, C., Hornidge, A.-K., Bhaduri, A., Schorcht, G., Lamers, J.P.A., Vlek, P.L.G., 2010. 'White Gold' and Aral Sea disaster – Towards more efficient use of water resources in the Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. Lohmann Information 45(1): 34-47, available online: www.lohmann-information.com.

Oberkircher, L., 2010. Water scarcity and the lifeworld. The challenge of perceiving creeping disasters. Forum der Geökologie 21(2): 26-29.

Rudenko, I., Lamers, J.P.A., 2010. Virtual water saves prized liquid asset. Concept raises awareness about dwindling resource in arid region. VOICES UNESCO in the Asia-Pacific Newsletter (23) July- September 2010. unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001888/188813E.pdf

Shanafield, M., Rosen, M., Saito, L., Chandra, S., Lamers, J. and Nishonov, B., 2010. Identification of nitrogen sources to four small lakes in the agricultural region of Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Biogeochemistry, 101: 357-368, available online: DOI 10.1007/s10533-010-9509-3

Sharma, R.C., Morgounov, A.I., Braun, H.J., Akin, B., Keser, M., Bedoshvili, D., Bagci, A., Martius, C., van Ginkel, M., 2010. Identifying high yielding stable winter wheat genotypes for irrigated environments in Central and West Asia. Euphytica 171: 53-64.

Ul Hassan, M., 2010. Analyzing governance reforms in irrigation: Central, South and West Asian experience. Irrigation and Drainage, available online: DOI 10.1002/ird.564, 13 July 2010

2009

Abdullaev, I., De Fraiture, C., Giordano, M., Yakubov, M., Rasulov, A., 2009. Agricultural water use and trade in Uzbekistan: situation and potential impacts of market liberalization. Water Resources Development 25(1): 47-63.

Abdullaev, I., Kazbekov, J., Jumaboev, K., Manthritilake, H., 2009. Adoption of integrated water resources management principles and its impacts: lessons from Ferghana Valley. Water International 34(2): 230-241.

Abdullaev, I., Kazbekov, J., Manthritilake, H., Jumaboev, K., 2009. Water user groups in Central Asia: emerging form of collective action in irrigation water management. Water Resources Management 24(5): 1029-1043.

Abdullaev, I., Kazbekov, J., Manthritilake, H., Jumaboev, K., 2009. Participatory water management at the main canal: a case from South Ferghana Canal in Uzbekistan. Journal of Agricultural Water Management 96(2): 317-329.

Aminova, M., Abdullaev, I., 2009. Water management in a state-centered environment: water governance analysis of Uzbekistan. Sustainability 1(4): 1240-1265.

Begdullaeva, T., Orel, M., Rudenko, I., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., Toderich, K., Khalikulov, Z., Martius, C., 2009. Productivity of introduced and local sugar sorghum varieties imported from India under the conditions of Karakalpakstan [Продуктивность Сортов Сахарного Сорго Интродуцированных Из Индии В Условиях Каракалпакстана). Vestnik [вестник) 2: 20-22.

Djumaeva, D., Djanibekov, N., Vlek, P.L.G., Martius, C., Lamers, J.P.A., 2009. Options for optimizing dairy feed rations with foliage of trees grown in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia. Research Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences 5(5): 698-708.

Forkutsa, I., Sommer, R., Shirokova, Y., Lamers, J.P.A., Kienzler, K., Tischbein, B., Martius, C., Vlek, P.L.G., 2009. Modeling irrigated cotton with shallow groundwater in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan: I. Water dynamics. Irrigation Science 27(4): 331-346.

Forkutsa, I., Sommer, R., Shirokova, Y., Lamers, J.P.A., Kienzler, K., Tischbein, B., Martius, C., Vlek, P.L.G., 2009. Modeling irrigated cotton with shallow groundwater in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan: II. Soil salinity dynamics. Irrigation Science 27(4): 319-330.

Kazbekov, J., Abdullaev, I., Manthrithilake, H., Qureshi, A., Jumaboev, K., 2009. Evaluating planning and delivery performance of Water User Associations (WUAs) in Osh Province, Kyrgyzstan. Water Resources Management: 123-144.

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Vlek, P.L.G., 2009. Nitrogen fixation by Elaeagnus angustifolia L. in the reclamation of degraded croplands of Central Asia. Tree Physiology 29(6): 799-808.

Khamzina, A., Sommer, R., Lamers, J.P.A., Vlek, P.L.G., 2009. Transpiration and early growth of tree plantations established on degraded cropland over shallow saline groundwater table in northwest Uzbekistan. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149(11): 1865-1874.

Lamers, J.P.A., Bobojonov, I., Khamzina, A., Franz, J., 2009. Financial analysis of small-scale forests in the Amu Darya Lowlands of rural Uzbekistan. Forests, Trees & Livelihoods 18: 18-14.

Nizamedinkhodjayeva, N.N., Ul-Hassan, M., 2009. Irrigation development against rural poverty: an overview of trends in research and development. Journal of Applied Irrigation Science 44(1): 5-29.

Rudenko, I., J.P.A., L., Grote, U., 2009. Can Uzbek farmers get more for their cotton? European Journal of Development Research 21(2): 283-296.

Scheer, C., Wassmann, R., Butterbach-Bahl, K., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2009. The relationship between N2O, NO, and N2 fluxes from fertilized and irrigated dryland soils of the Aral Sea Basin, Uzbekistan. Plant and Soil 314: 273-283.

Shah, T., Ul-Hassan, M., Khattak, M.Z., Banerji, P.S., Singh, O.P., Rehman, S.U., 2009. Is irrigation water free? A reality check in the Indo-Gangetic Basin. World Development Vol. 37(2): 422-434.

2008

Abdullaev, I., Nurmetova, F., Abdullaev, F., Lamers, J.P.A., 2008. Socio-technical aspects of water management in Uzbekistan: emerging water governance issues at the grass root level. In: Rahaman, M., Varis, O. (eds.): Central Asian Water: Water & Development Publications. Helsinki: University of Technology, 89-103 pp.

Abdullayev, I., J. Kazbekov, Jumaboev, K., Manthritilake, H., 2008. Participatory water management at the main canal: A case from South Ferghana canal in Uzbekistan. Agricultural Water management 96(2): 317-329.

Abdullayev, I. and U. Shah, 2008. Gemeinschaftliche Nutzung von Bewasserungs- systemen im Norden Afghanistans. Wasser und nachhaltige Entwicklung:Südasien. 28: 66-69.

Akramkhanov, A., Sommer, R., Martius, C., Hendrickx, J., Vlek, P.L.G., 2008. Comparison and sensivity of measurement techniques for spatial distribution of soil salinity. Irrigation and Drainage Systems 22: 115-126.

Christopher, J.T., Manschadi, A.M., Hammer, G.L., Borell, A.K., 2008. Developmental and physiological traits associated high yield and stay green phenotype in wheat. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 59: 354-364

Djanibekov, N., 2008. A Micro-Economic Analysis of Farm Restructuring in Khorezm Region, Uzbekistan. In: The Annals of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Fascicle I – 2008. Economics and Applied Informatics. Years XIV (2008) - ISSN 1584-0409, pp. 19-24.

Djanibekov, N., 2008. Economic Analysis of Introduction of Water Prices for Agricultural Producers in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. In: Jiaguo Qi., Evered, Kyle T. (Eds.). Environmental Problems of Central Asia and their Economic, Social and Security Impacts. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series. New-York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 217-241.

Djumaeva, D., Abdullaeva, F., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., 2008. Eleagnus – a treatment to infertile lands. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. 6: 32-33.

Djumaniyazova, Y., Ibragimov, N., Ruzimov, J., Hayitboeva, J., 2008. Leaf diagnosis. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. 1: 26.

Franz, J. and C. Kirkpatrick, 2008. Improving the quality of integrated policy analysis: Impact assessment for sustainable development in the European Commission. Evidence & Policy 4(1): 171-185.

Herbst, S., Fayzieva, D.,Kistemann, T. 2008. Risk factor analysis of diarrhoeal diseases in the Aral Sea area (Khorezm, Uzbekistan). International Journal of Environmental Health Research 18 (5). Pp. 305-321. DOI: 10.1080/09603120701834507.

Hirsch, D., 2008. Problems and Perspectives of Water Users Associations in Uzbekistan. In: Continuity and change. Land and water use reforms in rural Uzbekistan - Socio-economic and legal analyses for the region Khorezm. Wehrheim P., Schoeller-Schletter A. and C. Martius (eds) Halle/Saale, IAMO: 131 -143.

Kan, E., Lamers, J. P. A., Eshchanov, R., Khamzina, A., 2008. Small-scale farmers' perception and knowledge on tree intercropping systems in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan. Forest, Trees and Livelihoods 18(4): 355-372.

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J. P. A., Vlek, P. L. G., 2008. Tree establishment under deficit irrgation on degraded agricultural land in the lower Amu Darya River region, Aral Sea Basin, in: Forest Ecology and Management, 255, [1], 168-178.

Lamers J.P.A. and A. Khamzina, 2008. Fuelwood production in the degraded agricultural areas of the Aral Sea Basin, Uzbekistan. Bois et Forets des Tropiques 297(3): 43-53.

Lamers, J. P. A., I. Bobojonov, Khamzina, A., 2008. Financial analysis of small-scale forests in the Amu Darya Lowlands of rural Uzbekistan. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 18(4): 373-386.

Lamers, J. P. A., Feil, P.R., Bayverdiyeva, N., Guliyeva, Y., Djafarov, F., 2008. From Kolchoz systems to fee-based private agricultural extension: Achievements with a client-oriented training and advisory concept as support for private farming in Azerbaijan. Journal of Applied Biosciences 8(1): 262-271.

Manschadi, A.M., Hammer, G.L., Christopher, J.T., deVoil, P., 2008. Genotypic variation in seedling root architectural traits and implications for drought adaptation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant and Soil , 303:115-129.

Matyakubova, D., Djumaeva, D., Lamers, J.P.A., 2008. Chlorophyll-meter on tree species. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. 11: 20-21.

Niyazmetov, D., 2008. Efficiency of the market infrastructure development for farmers of the Khorezm region. Urgench, Urgench State University. Master: 125 pp.

Otajonov, J., 2008. Analyzes of agricultural market commodity in Khorezm region. Urgench, Urgench State University.

Pulatov, A. and M. Tursunov, 2008. Sowing machine to minimal and zero tillage of soil. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. Tashkent. 5: 32.

Quryozev, I., 2008. Using modern equipments for the grow and development of winter wheat (on the example of Green Seeker). Urgench, Urgench State University.

Rudenko, I., Grote, U., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2008. Wert schöpfen, Wasser sparen. Effizienzsteigerung im usbekischen Baumwollsektor. Grünbuch: Politische Ökologie im Osten Europas." Osteuropa 58(4-5): 407-417.

Scheer, C., Ibragimov, N., Ruzimov, J., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2008. Emission of green house gasses. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. 10: 22.

Scheer, C., Wassmann, R., Kienzler, K., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2008. Methane and nitrous oxide fluxes in annual and perennial land use systems of the irrigated areas in the Aral Sea Basin. Global Change Biology 14: 1-15.

Scheer, C., Wassmann, R., Kienzler, K., Ibragimov, N., Eshchanov, R., 2008. Nitrous oxide emissions from fertilized, irrigated cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L) in the Aral Sea Basin Uzbekistan: Influence of nitrogen applications and irrigation practices, in: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 40, [2], 290-301.

Scheer, C., Wassmann, R., Jamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., 2008. Does Irrigation of Arid Lands Contribute to Climate Change? In ICARDA Caravan 25, pp. 54-57.

Schieder, T. and Ximing, C., 2008. Analysis of Water Use and Allocation for the Khorezm Region in Uzbekistan Using an Intergrated Economic-Hydrological Model, in: Wehrheim, P., Schoeller-Schletter, A., and Martius, C. Continuity and Change: Land and Water Use Reforms in Rural Uzbekistan. Socio-economic and Legal Analyses for the Region Khorezm. Halle/Saale: IAMO: 105-129.

Sommer, R., Kienzler,K., Conrad, C., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., Martius, C., Vlek, P.L.G., 2008. Evaluation of the CropSyst model for simulating the potential yield of cotton. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 28(2): 345-354.

Tupitsa, A. and E. Botman, 2008. Using of decryption air-photos method for inventory of linear tree plantations. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. Tashkent: 17-18.

Tupitsa, A. and E. Botman, 2008. Use of photogrammetry for the inventory of hedgerows plantations. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. 2: 17-18.

Ul-Hassan, M., T. Shah, S. U. Rehman, F. Tanwir, M. Z. K. Khattak, B. K. Lashari, 2008. Diesel price hike and the energy squeeze on Pakistan’s smallholder irrigators. Journal of Applied Irrigation Sciences.43(1):19-40.

Veldwisch, G. J., 2008. Authoritarianism, Validity, and Security. Researching water distribution in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Fieldwork in Difficult Environments: Methodology as Boundary Work in Development Research. C. Wall and P. Mollinga. Berlin/ Vienna, LIT Verlag: 161-181.

Veldwisch, G. J. A. and M. Spoor, 2008. Contesting rural resources: Emerging ‘forms’ of agrarian production in Uzbekistan. Journal of Peasant Studies 35(3): 424–451.

Ul-Hassan, M., Shah, T., Rehman, S.U., Tanwir, F., Khattak, M.Z.K., Lashari, B.K., 2008. Diesel price hike and the energy squeeze on Pakistan’s smallholder irrigators. Journal of Applied Irrigation Sciences.43(1):19-40.

2007

Abdullaev, I., Ul Hassan, M., Jumaboev, K., 2007. Water saving and economic impacts of land leveling: the case study of cotton production in Tajikistan. In Irrig Drainage Syst 21, pp. 251–263, DOI 10.1007/s10795-007-9034-2

Akramkhanov, A., Sommer, R., Martius, C., Hendrickx, J., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2007. Comparison and sensivity of measurement techniques for spatial distribution of soil salinity, in: Irrigation and Drainage Systems.

Awan, U. K., Tischbein, B., Ibrakhimov, M., and Lamers, J. P. A. 2007. Infiltration of canal water in Uzbek. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. 5, 22.

Begdullayeva, T., Ibragimov, N., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. Growth and development pecularities of sorghum varieties in Karakalpakistan. Vestnik. [4]. Nukus, Uzbekistan. 20-24.

Begdullayeva, T., Kienzler, K. M., Kan, E., Ibragimov, N., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. Response of Sorghum bicolor varieties to soil salinity for feed and food production in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, in: Irrigation and Drainage Systems, 21, [3-4], 237-250.

Begdullayeva, T., Ibrakhimov, N. M., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. The pecularities of growth and development of sorghum varieties in Karakalpakstan. In: Vestnik. Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences. [4]. Nukus. 20-24.

Bock, B. B. and Mollinga, P. P., 2007. Gendered rural entrepreneurship and survival strategies in Uzbekistan: social differentiation in the context of diversifying post-socialist economic practices. [21 August, 2007].

Conrad, C., Dech, S. W., Hafeez, M., Lamers, J. P. A., Martius, C., and Strunz, G., 2007. Mapping and assessing water use in a Central Asian irrigation system by utilizing MODIS remote sensing products, in: Irrigation and Drainage Systems, 21, [3-4], 197-218.

Ibragimov, N., Everett, R. S., Esanbekov, U., Kamilov, B. S., Mirzaev, L., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. Water use efficiency of irrigated cotton in Uzbekistan under drip and furrow irrigation, in: Agricultural Water Management, 90, [1-2], 112-120.

Ibrakhimov, M., Khamzina, A., Forkutsa, I., Paluasheva, G., Lamers, J. P. A., Tischbein, B., Vlek, P. L. G., and Martius, C., 2007. Groundwater table and salinity: Spatial and temporal distribution and influence on soil salinization in Khorezm region (Uzbekistan, Aral Sea Basin), in: Irrigation Drainage Systems, 21, [3-4], 219-236.

Ibrakhimov, M., Khamzina, A., Martius, C., Lamers, J. P. A., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2007. Spatial distribution and dynamics of groundwater table and salinity in Khorezm region, in: Irrigation and Drainage Science Journal.

Kan, E., Lamers, J. P. A., Eshchanov, R., and Khamzina, A., 2007. Small-scale farmers' perception and knowledge on tree intercropping systems in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan, in: Forest, Trees and Livelihoods.

Khalid, U. A., Tischbein, B., Ibrakhimov, M., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. Canal water filtration. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [5]. Tashkent. 22.

Khamzina, A., Sommer, R., Lamers, J. P. A., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2007. Transpiration and canopy conductance of tree plantations on degraded agricultural land in the lower Amu Darya River region of Uzbekistan, in: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

Lamers, J. P. A., Bobojanov, I., and Khamzina, A., 2007. Investment valuation of tree planting on marginal agricultural land in the lower reaches of the Amu Darya River, Uzbekistan, in: Small-scale Forestry, [under review].

Makarenko, V., Ruecker, G. R., Sommer, R., Djanibekov, N., Strunz, G., and Kolodyazhnyy, O., 2007. GIS-based genetic algorithm optimization tool for supporting land use and land management restructuring, Science about Earth and Space conference. 25-27 June, 2007. Kiev, Ukraine. 1-8.

Moeller, C., Pala, M., Manschadi, A.M., Meinke, H., Sauerborn, J., 2007. Assessing the sustainability of wheat-based cropping systems using APSIM: model parameterisation and evaluation. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 58: 75-86.

Rudenko, I., Grote, U., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. Barriers and opportunities for increasing income of cotton producers in Uzbekistan. A Cotton Value Chain Analysis. Could Uzbek Farmers Get More for Their Cotton?, in: The European Journal of Sevelopment Research.

Rudenko, I. and Lamers, J. P. A., 2007. The Comparative advantages of the present and future payment structure for agricultural producers in Uzbekistan, in: Central Asian Journal of Management, Economics and Social Research, 5, [1-2], 106-125.

Ruecker, G. R., Laube, C., Khamzina, A, Tupitsa, A., and Strunz, G., 2007. A Tool for generating land suitability maps for tree plantations in Uzbekistan. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [3]. 24-25.

Shi, Z., Ruecker, G. R., Müller, M., Conrad, C., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J. P. A., Martius, C., Strunz, G., Dech, S. W., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2007. Modeling of Cotton Yields in the Amu Darya River Foodplains of Uzbekistan Integrating Multitemporal Remote Sensing and Minimum Field Data, in: Agronomy Journal, 99, [5], 1317-1326.

Sommer, R., Kienzler, K., Conrad, C., Ibragimov, N., Lamers, J. P. A., Martius, C., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2007. Evaluation of CropSyst for simulating the potential yield of cotton in Uzbekistan, in: European Journal of Agronomy.

Trevisani, T., 2007. After the Kolkhoz: Rural Elites in competition, in: Central Asian Survey, 26, [1], 85-104.

Trevisani, T., 2007. Kolkhozes, Sovkhozes, and Shirkats of Yangibozor (1960-2002): Note on an archival investigation into four decades of agricultural development of a district in Khorezm, in: Fathi, H. Les islamistes d'Asie centrale: un defi aux Etats independants? IFEAC - Cahiers d'Asie Centrale 15-16. Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose: 354-365.

Trevisani, T.,  2007. Rural communities in Transformation: Fermers, Debqons and the state in Khorezm. In Sartori, P. and Trevisani, T. (Eds.). Patterns of transformation in and around Uzbekistan. Reggio Emilia: Diabasis. Pp. 185-2015.

Veldwisch, G. J., 2007. Changing patterns of water distribution under the influence of land reforms and simultaneous WUA establishment: Two cases from Khorezm, Uzbekistan, in: Irrigation and Drainage Systems, 21, [3-4], 265-276.

Zavgorodnyaya, D., 2007. Beitrag internationaler Organisationen in eine nachhaltige komplexe Verwaltung der Wasserressourcen in Usbekistan, in: Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, [5], 240-242.

2006

Bobojonov, I., 2006. Crop and water allocation model. Agriculture in Uzbekistan.[10].

Djanibekov, N., 2006. The livestock system in household farms. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [4]. Tashkent. 25.

Djanibekov, N., 2006. The production of the staple crops in dehkan farms. A comparative analysis. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [10]. Tashkent. 19-20.

Egamberdiyev, O., Karimov, A., Tursunov, M., and Pulatov, A., 2006. Resource saving technologies. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [10]. Tashkent. 21.

Egamberdiyev, O., Pulatov, A., and Tursunov, L., 2006. The Soil Aggregate Content. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [6]. Tashkent. 33.

Forkutsa, I., Shirokova, Yu., and Sommer, R., 2006. The influence of shallow ground water on cotton yields . Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 26.

Forkutsa, I. and Shirokova, Yu., 2006. The water management at irrigation. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [4]. Tashkent. 30.

Hasanova, F., Ibragimov, N., and Salomov, Sh., 2006. Impact of different agrotechnologies on soil physical properties and yield of crops, in: National University of Uzbekistan. Proceedings of the republican scientific and practical conference. 17 November, 2006. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 196.

Ibragimov, N., Eshchanov, R., and Jabborov, H., 2006. Ground Water Management. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 25.

Ibragimov, N., 2006. Immobilization-mobilization turnovers of nitrogen fertilizers in the old irrigated typical sierozems, in: Uzbekistan Cotton Res. Inst. Proc. International scientific and practical conference: Scientific bases of cotton and grain production in farms. 5 May, 2006. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 352-356.

Ibragimov, N., Ruzimov, J., Jumaniyazova, Yu., and Ruecker, G., 2006. The efficiency of nitrogen fertilizers. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 30.

Ibragimov, N., Khasanova, F. M., and Mirzaev, L. A., 2006. The influence of conventional and reduced soil tillage on 15N recovery by crops, in: National University of Uzbekistan. The republican scientific and practical conference: Actual problems of biology, ecology and soil science. 17 November, 2006. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 180.

Ibrakhimov, M., Eshchanov, R., and Jabborov, H., 2006. Ground Water Management. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 25.

Jabbarov, H., Eschanov, R., Lamers, J. P. A., and Martius, C., 2006. Irrigated land improvement. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [1]. Tashkent. 34.

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J. P. A., Worbes, M., Botman, E., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2006. Assessing the potential of trees for afforestation of degraded landscapes in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan, in: Agroforestry Systems, 66, [2], 129-141.

Khamzina, A., Lamers, J. P. A, Martius, C., Worbes, M., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2006. Potential of nine multipurpose tree species to reduce saline ground water tables in the Lower Amu Darya River Region of Uzbekistan, in: Agroforestry Systems, 68, [2], 151-165.

Khamzina, A., Botman, E., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2006. The biodrainage properties of the forest plantations and melioration of the degraded lands. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 24.

Kienzler, K. and Scheer, C., 2006. Winter wheat management. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 30.

Kohlschmitt, S., Lamers, J. P. A., Bobojanov, I., Martius, C., and Eshchanov, R., 2006. Alternative Crops. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [11]. Tashkent. 30.

Lamers, J. P. A., Eshchanov, R., Ibragimov, N., Pulatov, A., and Vlek, P., 2006. Farmer. Land. Water. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 23.

Lamers, J. P. A., Khamzina, A., and Worbes, M., 2006. The analyses of physiological and morphological attributes of 10 tree species for early determination of their suitability to afforest degraded landscapes in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan, in: Forest Ecology and Management, 221, [1-3], 249-259.

Matkarimova, M., Eshchanov, R., Djumaeva, D., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2006. The estimation of the wood density. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [11]. Tashkent. 31.

Poluashova, G., 2006. Electronic water sensors. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 27.

Rudenko, I. and Safarbayev, D. 2006. Shovot district grain-crops: What does the structural change give?, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Rudenko, I. and Safarbayev, J., 2006. Structural changes - a path to success. [2]. Tashkent. 37.

Scheer, C., Ibragimov, N., Kienzler, K., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2006. Nitrogen emissions in cotton fields. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [6]. Tashkent. 14.

Tupitsa, A. and Botman, E., 2006. The assessment of shelterbelts. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [5]. Tashkent. 33.

Tupitsa, A. 2006. The spatial and time dynamics of tugai forests. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 23.

Tupitsa, A. 2006. The Tugai is depleted - the flora and fauna is growing scanty, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). [in Russian]

Veldwisch, G. J. 2006. Organisation of Water Distribution. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [10]. Tashkent. 22.

Vlek, P. L. G., Lamers, J. P. A., Martius, C., Pulatov, A., Hamidov, K., and Lane, B., 2006. The economical and ecological restructuring of resource use. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 22.

Wall, C. 2006. Managing Local and External Knowledge in a Development Research Project in Uzbekistan, in: Knowledge Management for Development, 2, [3], 111-122.

Wall, C. and Overton, J. 2006. Unethical Ethics? The challenges of conducting development research in Uzbekistan, in: Development in Practice, 16, [1], 62-67.

Wall, C., 2006. Working in Fields as Fieldwork: Khashar, participant observation and the Tamorka as ways to access local knowledge in rural Uzbekistan, Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Institute (MECAS) of the University of St. Andrew's. Central Asia and the Caucasus: Explorations from the Field. 10-11 November, 2006. St. Andrew's, Scotland.

Wegerich, K., 2006. ‘A little help from my friend?’ Analysis of network links on the meso level in Uzbekistan. In Central Asian Survey 25 (1–2), pp.115-128. DOI: 10.1080=02634930600903106.

Worbes, M., Botman, E., Khamzina, A., Tupitsa, A., Martius, C., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2006. Scope and constraints for tree planting in the irrigated landscapes of the Aral Sea Basin: case studies in Khorezm Region, Uzbekistan. ZEF Discussion Papers on Development Policy, [112].

Zavgorodnyaya, D., 2006. The Basin Principle. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [11]. Tashkent. 32.

Zavgorodnyaya, D., 2006. Water Users' Associations in northern Uzbekistan: opportunities or constraints for development, in: grid, International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID), [24], Rome, Italy . 15-17.

2005

Akramkhanov, A., 2005. Comparing methods of measuring soil salinity. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. [6]. Tashkent. 28.

Akramkhanov Akmal. 2005. The spatial distribution of soil salinity: Detection and prediction. Univ. Bonn. ZEF Series in Ecology and Development No. 32, 117 » more

Begdullayeva, T., 2005. Dynamics of soil salinity for Sorghum varieties. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. [11]. Tashkent. 25.

Begdullayeva, T., 2005. Study on salt accumulation (salt resistance) and yield of sorghum varieties in saline soil, Karakalpakstan. Moscow State University.

Begdullayeva, T., 2005. The crop of multipurpose use. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [4]. Tashkent. 28-29.

Bobojonov, I., 2005. Market analysis of agricultural products within the irrigated area of central Asian Khorezm. [8-9 April, 2005]. Centre for Development Research (ZEF).

Bobojonov, I., 2005. Market Products. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. [11]. Tashkent. 9.

Colditz, R.R., Conrad, C., Rücker, G.R., Schweitzer, C., Fistric, S., Schmidt, M., Dech S.W. 2005. Ableitung von phänologischen Verlaufsmustern aus MODIS-Zeitserien und Möglichkeiten der Anwendung. - In: Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner (Hrsg.), Angewandte Geoinformatik. Beiträge zum 17. AGIT Symposium, 6.-8. Juli 2005, Salzburg, S. 94-99.

Conrad, C., Colditz, R.R., Petrocchi, A., Rücker, G.R., Dech, S.W. Schmidt, M. 2005. Time Series Generator - Ein flexibles Softwaremodul zur Generierung und Bewertung von Zeitserien aus NASA MODIS Datenprodukten. - In: Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner (Hrsg.), Angewandte Geoinformatik. Beiträge zum 17. AGIT Symposium, 6.-8. Juli 2005, Salzburg, S. 100-105.

Djanibekov, N., 2005. Application of nitrogen fertilizers for staple crops in Khorezm region. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [8]. Tashkent. 36-37.

Egamberdiyev, O. 2005. Crop Rotation in Agriculture, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Egamberdiyev, O., 2005. Resource saving technologies. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [4]. Tashkent. 29-30.

Forkutsa I. and R.Sommer, 2005. Imprecise simulation of salt dynamic and balance – a Hydrus-1D flaw? In: Proceedings of Workshop on HYDRUS Applications 19 October, 2005, S. Torkzaban and S. M. Hassanizadeh (eds.), Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, ISBN 90-39341125 » download

Herbst, S. 2005. Water, sanitation, hygiene and diarrheal diseases in the Aral Sea area (Khorezm, Uzbekistan). Univ. Bonn. ZEF Series in Ecology and Development, No. 43.

Ibrakhimov, M., Mirhodjiev, M., Shirokova, Yu., Lamers, J. 2005. Modern Technologies-GIS. Agriculture of Uzbekistan. No.3, p. 30-31

Ibrakhimov M. 2005. Spatial and temporal dynamics of groundwater table and salinity in Khorezm (Aral Sea Basin), Uzbekistan. Univ. Bonn. ZEF Series in Ecology and Development, 23. 175 pp. » more

Jumayeva, D., 2005. Transpiration and water use efficiency. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [9]. Tashkent. 38.

Khamzina, A., Kan, E., Jumayeva, D., Matkarimova, M., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2005. Examples from advantageous agroforestry practices in Khorezm: integration of N-fixing tree species. Agriculture in Uzbekistan.[12]. Tashkent. 34-35.

Khamzina, A., Botman, E., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2005. Tree species for afforestation: assessing potential. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [10]. Tashkent. 27.

Kienzler, K. 2005. How important is our bread to us?, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Kranz Olaf 2005. Development of a land suitability assessment approach for fish-pond site selection within the landscape of Khorezm, Uzbekistan, combining Geographic Information Systems and Multi-Criteria-Evaluation. Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, Germany.

Kranz. O., Ruecker,. GR., Conrad, C., Strunz, C., Dech, S. 2005. GIS und Multi-Criteria-Evaluation zur räumlichen Modellierung geeigneter Aquakultur-Standorte in der Region Khorezm, Usbekistan. AGIT – Symposium und Fachmesse für Angewandte GeoInformatik, Salzburg, 6.- 8. July 2005, p. 110-117.

Kurambayeva, M. B. 2005. Amaranth as a fish feed. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [8]. Tashkent. 26-27.

Lamers, J. P. A. and Kan E. 2005. Trees in the landscape of Khorezm. In: Vestnik, Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Nukus.

Martius, C., 2005. Ressourcenschutz Wasser - Das Beispiel eines Entwicklungsprojektes in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. [9 February, 2005]. Bundesakademie für Sicherheitspolitik.

Poluasheva, G., 2005. Furrow irrigation. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [5]. Tashkent. 36.

Poluasheva, G., Sultanov, M., and Atajanov, H. 2005. It proves useful for a business man, in: Khorezm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Poluasheva, G., 2005. The study on methods of control and management the soil saline regime in Khorezm oasis, in: Uzbek Soil Science Institute. Proceedings of IV Conference of soil scientists and agrochemists. 9 September, 2005. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 161-162.

Rudenko, I., Lamers, J., Bekchonov, U. 2005: Water Pricing (Landscapae restructuring in Khorezm region, ZEF project). Agriculture of Uzbekistan. 3, 29-30.

Ruzimov, J., Ibragimov, N., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2005. Khorezm potatoes. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [10]. Tashkent. 20.

Schoeller-Schletter, A., Becker, A. 2005: Ressourcennutzung und Lokalverwaltung in Usbekistan. Eine Gesetzessammlung. ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia No.9, 250 pp. (pdf 1,4 MB) » download

Tupitsa, A., 2005. Regional Forest Inventory and its Role. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [6]. Tashkent. 29.

Tursunov, M. and Pulatov, A., 2005. The use of soil conservation technologies at cotton growing in Khorezm. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [7]. 24.

Wall, C. 2005. Inventing a Soviet Countryside: State Power and the Transformation of Rural Russia, 1917–1929 – a critical review of James Heinzen. In: Ab Imperio, 6, 3, 95-100.

Wegerich, K., 2005. What happens in a merger? Experiences of the State Department for Water Resources in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. In Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 30, pp. 455-462. doi:10.1016/j.pce.2005.06.013.

Zavgorodnyaya, D., 2005. "WUA" phenomenon: Theoretical knowledge and their practical necessity. Agriculture in Uzbekistan. [5]. Tashkent. 25.

Zavgorodnyaya, D., 2005. Farmers' adaptation to the water resource use for irrigation under reforms of land and water sector in Uzbekistan. In: Vestnik. Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences. [3]. Tashkent. 57-61.

2004

Abdullaev, I., Molden, D., 2004. Spatial and temporal variability of water productivity in the Syr Darya Basin, central Asia. In Water Resources Research 40, 8. DOI: 10.1029/2003WR002364

Abdullaev, I., 2004. The Analysis of Water Management in Bukhara Oasis of Uzbekistan: Historical and Territorial Trends. In Water International 29 (1), pp. 20-26.

Begdullayeva T.K, Oryol M.M., and Lamers J.P.A. 2004. Salts accumulation in plant parts of Sorghum technicum by vegetation phases. In: Vestnik, Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Nukus 2004. C. 22-24.

Begdullayeva, T., 2004. Sorghum productivity in conditions of irrigated, meadow-alluvial soil of different salinity degree. [24-25 October, 2004]. Khorezm Mamun Academy.

Conrad, C., Ruecker, G. R., Colditz, R. R., Strunz, G., and Dech, S. W., 2004. Crop monitoring using multi-temporal MODIS remote sensing data in Khorezm. [9-11 July, 2004].

Luca Coppi, 2004. Monitoring cotton growing under different soil and water conditions in Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. State University of Florence, Faculty of Agrarian Studies, Florence, Italy. (Text in Italian, dedication 0.6MB pdf, text 2.5MB pdf).

Egamberdiyev R., Jumayeva D., and Yakubov G. 2004. Resources and Environment in Khorezm Oasis. In: Vestnik, Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Nukus 2004.

Egamberdiyev R., Yakubov G., and Jumayeva D. 2004. Life style of decorative trees grown in Khorezm. In: Vestnik, Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Nukus 2004.

Eshchanov R., Lamers J. P. A., Jumayeva D., and Artikova D. Perspectives of hydrogel application in planting the young saplings. In: Vestnik, Scientific journal of Karakalpakstan Branch of Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Nukus 2004.

Fayzieva D., Atabekov N., Usmanov I., Azizov A., Steblyanko S., Aslov S., and Khamzina A. 2004. Hydrosphere and health of population in the Aral Sea Basin. In: Environmental Health in Central Asia: the Present and Future. WITPRESS, Southampton, UK, 2004. pp 51-100. ISBN 1 85312 945 3.

Forkutsa I. 2004. Model selection for water and salt balance estimation in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan, Collected theses of conference reports. The problems and ways of forming the economic links in agriculture and water management in conditions of market reforms development, Tashkent, December 20-21, 2004; 204-207.

Forkutsa, I. 2004. Towards less inputs of water resources, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Forkutsa, I. 2004. Towards less inputs of water resources, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Forkutsa, I., Shirokova, Y., and Tischbein, B., 2004. Using Hydrus-1 D to develop guidelines for improved irrigation management in the Aral Sea Basin (Uzbekistan), DESERT*NET 2004: Desertification Research and Development in Germany - a Balance. 2-4 December, 2004. Bonn, Germany.

Herbst, S., Kistemann, T., and Fayzieva, D., 2004. Monitoring of microbiological drinking water quality and diarrhoeal disease in the Aral Sea region, ECWATECH-2004 Water: Ecology and Technology. 1-4 June, 2004. Moscow, Russia.

Herbst, S. 2004. Polluted water - threat to public health, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Khamraev, A.Sh. and Davenport, C.F. 2004: Identification and control of agricultural plant pests and diseases in Khorezm and the Republic of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia No. 8, 124 pp. (pdf 820 KB) » download

Kienzler K., Lamers J.P.A. and Ibragimov N. 2004. Comparative advantage of different N-fertilization rates on irrigated winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) for two soil textures in Khorezm region. Cotton Research Institute, Tashkent.

Kienzler, K. 7-7-2004. Does the use of less fertilizer pay off?, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Kienzler, K. 2004. For the effective use of fertilizers, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Russian]

Lamers, J. P. A. 2004. An economic and ecological optimization model, in: Khorezmskaya Pravda (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan.

Martius, C., Lamers, J. P. A., Ibrakhimov, M., and Vlek, P. L. G., 2004. Towards a sustainable use of natural resources in the Aral Sea Basin, in: Bogena, H., Hake, J.-F., and Vereecken, H. Water and Sustainable Development. Schriften des Forschungszentrums Jülich. Reihe Umwelt/Environment 48. Jülich: Forschungszentrum Jülich, Zentralbibliothek, Verlag: 117-134.

Ruecker, G. R. and Conrad, C., 2004. Exploring Leaf Area Index Development and Land Cover Classification in the Lower Amu-Darya Basin in Uzbekistan Based on Multi-Temporal and Multi-Spatial Remote Sensing Data. ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [5].

Ruecker, G. R., Conrad, C., Colditz, R. R., Strunz, G., and Dech, S., 2004. Remote sensing based mapping and characterization of soil and vegetation quality of potential plantation areas in the desiccated Aral Sea area. ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [7].

Ruzmetov, B., Rahimov, Z., Rudenko, I., Sadikov, Y., and Begjanov, D., 2004. A district-level analysis of agricultural production in the region Khorezm (Uzbekistan). ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [4].

Ryan, J., Vlek, P. L. G., and Paroda R., 2004. Agriculture in Central Asia: Research for Development. Aleppo: ICARDA.

Schoeller-Schletter, A., 2004. Deficits in legal design and reality/ regulatory structure of public administration: Agrarian production in Uzbekistan, Central Asia University of Rome III/ SOAS London. Dynamics and Transformation in Central Asia. 4-6 November, 2004. Rome, Italy.

Tupitsa, A., 2004. Application of Remotely Sensed Forest Inventory in Monitoring Desertification in Uzbekistan. [2-4 December, 2004].

Wall, C. and Lamers, J. P. A., 2004. Farmer Priority Setting: Issues and Research Needs For Khorezm, Uzbekistan (revised and updated edition), in: Central Asian Journal of Management, Economics and Social Research, [4], 5-25.

Wall, C. and Lamers, J. P. A., 2004. Farmer Priority Setting: Issues and Research Needs for Khorezm, Uzbekistan. ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [3].

Wegerich, K., 2004. Network structures and water distribution in two districts in Khorezm Province, Uzbekistan, in: Local Environment, 9, [4], 337-352.

Wegerich, K., 2004. Organisational problems of water distribution in Khorezm, Uzbekistan, in: Water International, 29, [2], 130-137.

2003

Djanibekov, N. 2003. Reforms are impossible without economic analyses, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Eshchanov, R. 2003. Collaboration fruits, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Eshchanov, R., 2003. Project results. Culture of Central Asia (Markaziy Oziyo madaniyati). Tashkent.

Herbst, S., Kistemann, T., and Fayzieva, D., 2003. Comparison of the incidence of diarrhoeal diseases in two regions of the Aral Sea area, Uzbekistan, in: Brebbia, C. A. and Fayzieva, D. Environmental Health Risk II. Southhampton: WIT Press: 153-161.

Khamraev, A. Sh., 2003. Soil organisms and entomocomplexes in Khorezm and Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan). ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [6].

Lamers, J. P. A. 2003. Collaboration objective - improvement of living conditions in the region, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Lamers, J. P. A. and Tupitsa A. 2003. Conserve forests for future generations, in: Khorezm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Lamers, J. P. A. 2003. First steps to face the challenges of the future, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Lamers, J. P. A. and Khamzina, A. 2003. Improvement of agroforestry meliorative systems - perspective work, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Ruzieva, G. 2003. ZEF/UNESCO Project in Khorezm, in: Khorazm hakikati (Khorezm Truth). Urgench, Uzbekistan. [in Uzbek]

Ruzmetov, B., Rahimov, Z., and Rudenko, I., 2003. Analysis of farm enterprises and agricultural markets in the region Khorezm (Uzbekistan). ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [2].

Vlek, P. L. G., Martius, C., Wehrheim, P., Schoeller-Schletter, A., and Lamers, J. P. A., 2003. Economic Restructuring of Land and Water Use in the Region Khorezm (Uzbekistan) (Project Proposal for Phase I). ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia, [1].

ZEF., 2003. Economic and Ecological Restructuring of Land- and Water Use in the Region Khorezm (Uzbekistan). A Pilot Project in Development Research. Project Phase II: Field Research and Development of a Restructuring Concept (2004-2006). ZEF.

2002

Abdullaev, I. I., Martius, C, Nurjanov, A. A., Eshchanov, R. A., and Khamraev, A. Sh., 2002. Termites (Isoptera) in Irrigated and Arid Landscapes of Central Asia (Uzbekistan), in: Sociobiology, 40, 605-614

2001

Vlek P.L.G., Martius C., Wehrheim P., Schoeller-Schletter A., and John Lamers (2001): Economic Restructuring of Land and Water Use in the Region Khorezm (Uzbekistan) (Project Proposal for Phase I). ZEF Work Papers for Sustainable Development in Central Asia No. 1, pp.75 (pdf 1.41 MB) » download