Juliana D. B. Gil
Juliana D. B. Gil
Post-doctoral research associate, Wageningen University
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Adoption and development of integrated crop–livestock–forestry systems in Mato Grosso, Brazil
J Gil, M Siebold, T Berger
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 199, 394-406, 2015
Sustainable development goal 2: Improved targets and indicators for agriculture and food security
J Gil, P Reidsma, K Giller, L Todman, A Whitmore, M van Ittersum
Ambio 1, 1-14, 2018
Smallholder agriculture and climate change
AS Cohn, P Newton, JDB Gil, L Kuhl, L Samberg, V Ricciardi, JR Manly, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 42 (1), 347-375, 2017
Social and ecological analysis of commercial integrated crop livestock systems: Current knowledge and remaining uncertainty
R Garrett, M Niles, J Gil, A Gaudin, R Chaplin-Kramer, A Assmann, ...
Agricultural Systems, 136-146, 2017
Determinants of crop-livestock integration in Brazil: Evidence from the household and regional levels
J Gil, R Garrett, T Berger
Land Use Policy, 557-568, 2016
Perceptions of integrated crop-livestock systems for sustainable intensification in the Brazilian Amazon
O Cortner, R Garrett, J Valentim, J Ferreira, M Niles, J Reis, J Gil
Land use policy 1 (82), 841-853, 2019
The resilience of integrated agricultural systems to climate change
JDB Gil, AS Cohn, J Duncan, P Newton, S Vermeulen
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e461, 2017
Drivers of decoupling and recoupling of crop and livestock systems at farm and territorial scales
RD Garrett, J Ryschawy, LW Bell, O Cortner, J Ferreira, AVN Garik, ...
Ecology and Society 25 (1), 24, 2020
Patterns and processes of pasture to crop conversion in Brazil: Evidence from Mato Grosso State
AS Cohn, J Gil, T Berger, H Pellegrina, C Toledo
Land Use Policy 55, 108-120, 2016
Tradeoffs in the quest for climate smart agricultural intensification in Mato Grosso, Brazil
JDB Gil, RD Garrett, A Rotz, V Daioglou, J Valentim, GF Pires, MH Costa, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 064025, 2018
Can preferential credit programs speed up the adoption of low-carbon agricultural systems in Mato Grosso, Brazil? Results from bioeconomic microsimulation
M Carauta, E Latynskiy, J Mössinger, J Gil, A Libera, A Hampf, L Monteiro, ...
Regional environmental change 18 (1), 117-128, 2018
Policies for reintegrating crop and livestock systems: a comparative analysis
RD Garrett, M Niles, J Gil, P Dy, J Reis, J Valentim
Sustainability 9 (3), 473, 2017
Reconciling global sustainability targets and local action for food production and climate change mitigation
JDB Gil, V Daioglou, M van Ittersum, P Reidsma, JC Doelman, ...
Global Environmental Change 59, 101983, 2019
The use of pesticides in developing countries and their impact on health and the right to food
S Sarkar, JDB Gil, J Keeley, K Jansen
European Union, 2021
Integração Lavoura-Pecuária-Floresta (iLPF).
M Behling, FJ Wruck, DBA Antonio, JLP Meneguci, BC Pedreira, ...
In: GALHARDI JUNIOR, A.; SIQUERI, F.; CAJU, J.; CAMACHO, S.(Ed.). Boletim de …, 2013
Multi-objective optimization as a tool to identify possibilities for future agricultural landscapes
LC Todman, K Coleman, AE Milne, JDB Gil, P Reidsma, MH Schwoob, ...
Science of the total environment 687, 535-545, 2019
Policies for reintegrating crop and livestock systems: A comparative analysis. Sustainability 9, 473
RD Garrett, M Niles, J Gil, P Dy, J Reis, JF Valentim
Going to waste
J Gil
Nature Food 1 (4), 192-192, 2020
The determinants of recent soybean expansion in Mato Grosso, Brazil
OL de Melo Celindonio, LS Werner, JD Bernardes Gil
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 22 (1030-2019-632 …, 2019
Agriculture, food security and the sustainable development goals: theory and practice in three development contexts
JDB Gil, P Reidsma, KE Giller, LC Todman, MK Van Ittersum
SustEcon Conference, Berlin, 2017-09-25/2017-09-26, 2017
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