Doctoral and Master Theses

Doctoral Theses

Akramkhanov A. 2005. The spatial distribution of soil salinity: detection and prediction. University of Bonn, Ph. D. dissertation, pp. 160, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 32

Bobojonov, I.B. 2008. Modeling Crop and Water Allocation under Uncertainty in Irrigated Agriculture. Doctoral Theses at Hohen Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät, University of Bonn.
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Conliffe, A. 2009. The combined impacts of political and environmental change on rural livelihoods in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan. University of Oxford School of Geography, Ph.D. dissertation, pp.423

Conrad, C. 2006. Fernerkundungsbasierte Modellierung und hydrologische Messungen zur Analyse und Bewertung der landwirtschaftlichen Wassernutzung in der Region Khorezm (Usbekistan). University of Würzburg, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 161. Remote sensing based modeling and hydrological measurements for the assessment of agricultural water use in the Khorezm region (Uzbekistan)

Djanibekov, N. 2008. A Micro-Economic Analysis of Farm Restructuring in the Khorezm Region, Uzbekistan. Doctoral Theses at Hohen Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät, University of Bonn.
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Dorigo, W. 2007. Retrieving canopy variables by radiative transfer model inversion. A regional approach for imaging spectrometer data. Dissertation. TU München, Germany.

Egamberdiev, O. 2007. Changes of soil characteristics under the influence of resource-saving and soil-protective technologies within irrigated meadow alluvial soil of the Khorezm region. State Research Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 200

Eshchanov, R. 2008. Agro-ecological basis of the sustainable use of land and water resources (In Khorezm region). Urgench State University, Habilitation dissertation

Forkutsa, I. 2006. Modeling water and salt dynamics under irrigated cotton with shallow groundwater in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation,  pp. 158, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 37

Herbst, S. 2006. Water, sanitation, hygiene and diarrheal diseases in the Aral Sea area (Khorezm, Uzbekistan). University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 163, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 43

Ibragimov, N. 2007. Ways of increasing nitrogen fertilizer use efficiency in cotton in the belt of irrigated sierozem soils. State Research Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry Tashkent, Habilitation dissertation, pp. 201

Ibrakhimov, M. 2004. Spatial and temporal dynamics of groundwater table and salinity in Khorezm (Aral Sea Basin), Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, 164, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 23

Khalid, U. 2010. Coupling hydrological and irrigation schedule modesl for the management of surface and groundwater resources in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 155. ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 73

Khamzina, A. 2006. The assessment of tree species and irrigation techniques for afforestation of degraded agricultural landscapes in Khorezm, Uzbekistan, Aral Sea Basin. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 139, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 39   

Kienzler, K. 2009. Improving the nitrogen use efficiency and crop quality in the Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 290, ZEF Series in Ecology and Development 72

Kurambaeva, M. 2008. Improvement of fish feeding technology and development perspectives of aquaculture in Uzbekistan. Academy of Science of Uzbekistan, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 170

Müller, M. 2006. A general equilibrium approach to modelling water and land use reforms in Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 170

Oberkircher, L. 2011.  Water-Saving in the Landscapes and Lifeworlds of Khorezmian Farmers, Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 131

Rudenko, I. 2008. Value Chains for Rural and Regional Development: The Case of Cotton, Wheat, Fruit and Vegetable Value Chains in the Lower Reaches of the Amu Darya River, Uzbekistan. Doctoral Theses at Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät, University of Hannover.
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Scheer, C. 2008. Biosphere-atmosphere-exchange of C and N trace gases and microbial N turnover processes in irrigated agricultural systems of the Aral Sea Basin, Uzbekistan. Doctoral Theses, Ecology and Development Series No. 61, Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn.
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Schieder, T. 2011. Analysis of water use and crop allocation for the Khorezm region in Uzbekistan using an integrated hydrologic-economic water management model. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation.

Trevisani, T. 2008. Land and power in Khorezm: farmers, communities and the state in Uzbekistan's decollectivisation process. University of Berlin, Ph.D. dissertation

Tupitsa, A. 2010. Photogrammetric techniques for the functional assessment of tree and forest resources in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. University of Bonn, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 135

Tursunov, M. 2008. Potential of conservation agriculture for irrigated cotton and winter wheat production in Khorezm, Aral Sea Basin. Doctoral Theses at Hohen Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät, University of Bonn.
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Veldwisch, G.J.A. 2008. Cotton, Rice & Water. The Transformation of Agrarian Relations, Irrigation Technology and Water Distribution in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Doctoral Theses at Philosophische Fakultät, University of Bonn.
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Wall, C. 2006. Knowledge management in rural Uzbekistan: peasant, project and post-socialist systems of knowledge in Khorezm. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 356

Zavgorodnyaya, D. 2006. Water User Associations in Uzbekistan: theory and practices. University of Bonn, Germany, Ph.D. dissertation, pp. 201

Master Theses

2007

Bekchanov, M., 2007. Assessing comparative advantages of agricultural products by using methods of PAM (Policy Analysis Matrix) on the example of Khorezm region. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Fuchs, R., 2007. Variabilität von SPOT5 und IRS-P6-LISS-III Satellitendaten zur Klassifizierung von Landnutzungs- und Landbedeckungsobjekten in Khorezm, Usbekistan. B.Sc. thesis. University of Jena, Germany.

Grillenberger, J., 2007. Spatial distribution of leaf area index and leaf chlorophyll in cotton fields of Khorezm, Uzbekistan, estimated at leaf, plant and regional scale by spectroscopy, remote sensing and GIS modeling. M.Sc. thesis. University of Salzburg, Austria.

Kienzler, S., 2007. Effects of Soil Conserving Cultivation Technologies on Soil Parameters as well as on Cotton and Wheat Production in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. B.Sc. thesis. Free University of Berlin, Germany.

Nasrullaeva, Sh., 2007. Analysis of weed control methods in minimal soil fertility technology. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Richter, N., 2007. Objektbasierte Klassifizierung ausgewählter Landnutzungs- und Landbedeckungsobjekte auf Basis hochaufgelöster Satellitendaten in der Region Khorezm, Usbekistan. B.Sc. thesis. University of Jena, Germany.

Sabirova, R., 2007. Economic efficiency of using the irrigated grounds in farms. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Sadullaev, Sh., 2007. Analysis of cotton chain for cotton sector development by using value chain analysis method (the case of Ellikkala district). M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

2006

Abdullaeva, F., 2006. The study on soil fauna species & biomass in different irrigation modes in Khorezm oasis. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Abdullaeva, N., 2006. The new methods in pest management. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Ataev, J., 2006. The analysis of market for farm products in Khorezm region. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Chan, K. Sh., 2006. Nitrogen SOM pools of differently managed soils of the irrigated dryland in the Aral Sea Basin, Uzbekistan. M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Forkutsa, O., 2006. Assessing soil-born CO2 exchange in irrigated croplands of the Aral Sea Basin as affected by soil types and agricultural management. M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Haitbaeva, J., 2006. The biology of Glycyrrhiza glabra (liquorice). B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Jumaniyazova, Q., 2006. Automation of visual communication reflection of the geographical territory with digital data and maintenance of their protection in a server . M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent University of Information Technology, Uzbekistan.

Kan, E., 2006. The assessment of agroforestry systems in Khorezm: farmer's perceptions and practice . M.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Kuryazov, I., 2006. The laboratory procedures in processing the waste products in wine industry. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Massucati, L. F., 2006. Monitoring of soil macrofauna and soil moisture in a cotton field: an assessment of the ecological potential in irrigated agriculture in Central Asia (Khorezm province, Uzbekistan). M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Matyakubova, D., 2006. Production of flour from wheat. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Rakhimov, A., 2006. Optimal allocation of crops by means of linear programming model on increasing water use efficiency in Khorezm region. M.Sc. thesis. Taskent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Rakhimova, M., 2006. Study the influence of bio-drainage on ground water table and its quality. M.Sc. thesis. Taskent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Saidmahmudova, L., 2006. The biology of Eleagnus species. B.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Sharipov, D., 2006. Study of recourse conservation technologies by means of GIS. M.Sc. thesis. Taskent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Sherimbetov, V., 2006. Determination of carbon dioxide emission from the soil. M.Sc. thesis. Taskent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

Sultanov, M., 2006. Financial assessment of fertilizer use on cotton in the irrigated areas of Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. M.Sc. thesis. Taskent Irrigation and Melioration Institute, Uzbekistan.

2005

Abdoollaev, F., 2005. Economic analysis of application of a new fish breeding technology in marginal lands. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Allabergenova, D., 2005. Studying decomposition process of wheat and cotton residues. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Atajanov, H., 2005. Increasing the efficiency of water saving technologies (double side irrigation) in water deficiency conditions (Khonka district as a case). M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

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

Eshchanov, B., 2005. Leaf-eating insects of elm trees and combating measures. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Hawes, D., 2005. Applicability of Multi-Agent Systems in water management in Khorezm. M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Jumaniyazova, Y., 2005. Interaction between trees and groundwater (to find efficiency of biodrainage in Khorezm region). M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Jumayeva, D., 2005. Evaluation of three tree species for water demand under different irrigation modes at the experimental site in Yangibazar, Khorezm. M.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Kranz, O., 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. M.Sc. thesis. University Salzburg, Austria.

Laube, C., 2005. Development of a land suitability assessment approach for tree diversification within the landscape of Khorezm, Uzbekistan, combining GIS and Multi Criteria Evaluation. M.Sc. thesis. University of Heidelberg, Germany.

Ruzmetov, M., 2005. The economic efficiency of resource saving technologies in the irrigated lands in Khorezm (Khiva district as a case). M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Salayev, O., 2005. Management of socio-economic development of a region using information technologies. M.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Sapayev, M., 2005. Financial assessment of mineral fertilizer use on winter wheat and cotton in the irrigated areas of Khorezm region. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Sapayev, S., 2005. Growth of cultivated and no-tillage cover crops and comparison of the impact on soil properties. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Schweitzer, C., 2005. Development of a knowledge-based classification of land use and land cover in Khorezm (Uzbekistan) using expert knowledge, GIS-data and multi-spectral/multi-temporal Landsat/MODIS data. M.Sc. thesis. University of Marburg, Germany.

Sultanov, M., 2005. Geostatistical analysis of the spatially distributed data (Double sided irrigation field of SANIIRI in Khonka, Khorezm). M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Yakubov, G., 2005. Study on the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizers for cotton in light and medium sandy soil in Khorezm. M.Sc. thesis. Urgench State University, Uzbekistan.

Ziyatov, K., 2005. The parameters of the seeder designed for soil minimal cultivation. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

2004

Allabergenov, H., 2004. Economic evaluation of establishment of tree plantations on marginal land in Khorezm: case of hydrogel and furrow. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Atakhanov, R., 2004. Analysis of cropping systems with permanent beds and their role in the soil quality. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Avezova, D., 2004. Study of nematodes population and activities in different kinds of zones and their role in soil quality improvement. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Bekchanov, U., 2004. Economic evaluation of establishment of tree plantations on marginal land in Khorezm: case of drip irrigation and furrow. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Bobojonov, I., 2004. Price analysis of agricultural products in the areas with the limited number of commodities. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Coppi, L., 2004. Monitoring cotton growing under different soil and water conditions in Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. M.Sc. thesis. University of Florence, Italy.

Masharipov, J., 2004. Study of different cover crops in crop rotation and their influence to soil quality and productivity. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Matchanov, M., 2004. Study of rice-wheat rotation with direct drilling on land productivity and soil quality. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Matchanov, O., 2004. Analysis of farms establishment in the Republic of Uzbekistan and their support with financial resources. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Matkarimova, M., 2004. Study of earthworms population and activities on different kinds of soil. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Nga, P. H., 2004. Relationships between Agriculture, the Environment and Human Health in Khorezm Province, Uzbekistan - A Spatial Analysis. Master Thesis at University of Bonn.
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Nitsche, C., 2004. Ansätze zur Optimierung des Betriebs von Bewässerungssystemen bei hohen Grundwasserständen
(Nutzungsmöglichkeiten und Gefährdungspotenziale). M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Pieper, S., 2004. Evaluation of growth and development of three selected tree species on salt effected soils with the use of hydrogel addition in Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. M.Sc. thesis. University of Freiburg, Germany.

Rudenko, I., 2004. Analysis of the influence of agricultural production factors on farms profitability. M.Sc. thesis. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Uzbekistan.

Thon, A., 2004. Einsatz eines Grundwassermodells bei der Entwicklung von Strategien eines integralen Wassermanagements in Be- und Entwässerungssystemen. M.Sc. thesis. University of Bonn, Germany.

Wall, R.L.W. 2004. Multiple Barriers to Technology Change in Rural Uzbekistan: A Development Perspective. Master Thesis at Massey University, New Zealand.
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2003

Aitmuratov, A., 2003. Ecology and Monitoring of Termites in Khorezm region. M.Sc. thesis. Karakalpak State University, Uzbekistan.

2002

Zavgorodnyaya, D. 2002. Lokale Organisation des Wassermanagements in der Region Khorezm, Usbekistan. Masterarbeit, Institut für Agrarpolitik, Marktforschung und Wirtschaftssoziologie, Universität Bonn.
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