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African Highlands Intitiative (AHI). 2006. AHI products: AHI Working Papers, AHI Briefs and AHI methods database. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative (AHI). CD-ROM.
Catacutan D and C Duque C. 2006. Challenges and opportunities in managing Philippine watersheds: the case of Manupali watershed in the southern Philippines. Paper presented to the Watershed Management in the Philippines, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial University, La Union, Philippines 16-18 May 2006, 10pp.
German L, Taye H, Charamila S, Tolera T and J Tanui. 2006. The many meanings of collective actions: lessons on enhancing gender inclusion and equity in watershed management. AHI Working Paper No.17. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative (AHI), 17pp.
German L, Mansoor H, Alemu G, Mazengia W, Amede T and A Stroud. 2006. Participatory integrated watershed management: evolution of concepts and methods. AHI Working Paper No. 11. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative (AHI), 18pp.
Kimaru G, and B Jama. 2006. Improving land management in eastern and southern Africa: a review of practices and policies. ICRAF Working Paper no. 18. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 25pp.
Mbaria, J. 2006. Linking research to extension for watershed management: the Nyando experience. ICRAF Technical Manual no. 1. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 61pp.
Muthuri, CW. 2006. Tree phenology as determinant of the net effect of trees on regional water balance. ETFRN News 45-46, p30-31.
van Noordwijk M and T O'Connor (eds.) 2006. Highlights of ongoing research of the World Agroforestry Centre in Indonesia. ICRAF Working Paper no.13. Bogor, Indonesia: World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 126pp.
Radersma S, Ong CK and R Coe. 2006. Water use of tree lines: importance of leaf area and micrometeorology in sub-humid Kenya. Agroforestry Systems 66 (2006) p179-189.
Swallow B, Okono N, Achouri M and L Tennyson (eds.). 2006. Preparing for the next generation of watershed management programmes and projects: Africa. Proceedings of the African Regional Workshop, Nairobi, Kenya, 8-10 October 2003. Watershed Management and Sustainable Mountain Development Working Paper 8. Rome, Italy: FAO, 293pp.
Swallow B. 2006. Forests, flowers or flamingos: what drives the water balance of Lake Nakuru, Kenya? ETFRN News 45-46, p52-53.
Working Paper no.12. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 36pp.
Were E, Swallow B and J Roy. 2006. Water, women and local social organization in the Western Kenya highlands. ICRAF
Arifin B. 2005. Institutional constraints and opportunities in developing environmental service markets: lessons from institutional studies on RUPES in Indonesia. Bogor, Indonesia: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 55pp.
Cohen MJ, Shepherd KD and MG Walsh. 2005. Empirical reformulation of the universal soil loss equation for erosion risk assessment in a tropical watershed. Geoderma 124 (3-4): 235-252.
German LA, Kidane B and K Makonnen. 2005. Watershed management to counter farming systems decline: toward a demand-driven, systems-oriented research agenda. AHI Working Paper no.16. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative (AHI),16pp.
Hauser S, Norgrove L, Duguma B and E Asaah. 2005. Soil water regime under rotational fallow and alternating hedgerows on an ultisol in southern Cameroon. Agroforestry Systems 64 (1): 73-82.
Khaka E, Malesu M, Oduor A and B Mati. 2005. Rainwater harvesting and the millennium development goals. Nairobi, Kenya: RELMA, 47pp.
Lindqvist H and CK Ong. 2005. Using morphological characteristics for assessing seedling vitality in small-scale tree nurseries in Kenya. Agroforestry Systems 64 (2): 89-98.
Lindqvist AK (ed.). 2005. Water from ponds, pans and dams: a manual on planning, design, construction and maintenance. Nairobi, Kenya: ICRAF Technical Handbook no.32, 127pp.
Mercado AR Jr and G Cadisch. 2005. Soil conservation and social capital formation: the case of Landcare in the Philippines. Paper presented at the 6th National Watershed Management Assembly, Malaybalay City, Budidnon, 24-26 Nov. 2004. 19pp.
Noordwijk M van. 2005. RUPES typology of environmental service worthy of reward. Bogor, Indonesia: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 50pp.
Odhiambo OJ, Oduor AR and M M Malesu. 2005. Impacts of rainwater harvesting: a case study of rainwater harvesting for domestic, livestock, environmental and agricultural use in Kusa. RELMA Technical Report (TR) Series no.30. Nairobi, Kenya: SearNet Secretariat, Global Water Partnership Associated Programme of RELMA-in-ICRAF, 47pp.
Okech J (ed.). 2005. The Global Water Partnership (GWP) Associated Programme on Water Conservation for Agriculture and Domestic use: Annual Report, 2004-2005. Nairobi, Kenya: GWP Associated Programme, 48pp.
Radersma S, Lusiana B and M van Noordwijk. 2005. Simulation of soil drying induced phosphorus deficiency and phosphorus mobilization as determinants of maize growth near tree lines on a Ferralsol. Field Crops Research 91(2-3): 171-184.
Swallow B. 2005. Potential for poverty reduction strategies to address community priorities: case study of Kenya. World Development 33 (2): 301-321.
Thomas DE. 2005. Developing watershed management organizations in pilot sub-basins of the Ping river basin. Chiang Mai, Thailand: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Participatory watershed management for the Ping River Basin Project, 285pp.
World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). 2005. Managing land: a practical guidebook for development agents in Ethiopia. RELMA Technical handbook no.36, 282pp.
Agus F, Farida and Noordwijk M van (eds.). 2004. Hydrological impacts of forest, agroforestry and upland cropping as a basis for rewarding environmental service providers in Indonesia. Proceedings of a workshop in Padang/Singkarak, West Sumatra, Indonesia, 25-28 February 2004. Bogor, Indonesia: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 143pp.
Agus F, Noordwijk M van, and D dan Rahayu. 2004. Dampak hidrologis hutan, agroforestri, dan pertanian lahan kering sebagai dasar pemberian imbalan kepada penghasil jasa lingkungan di indonesia. Prosiding Lokakarya di Padang/Singkarak, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia, 25-28 Pebruari 2004. Bogor, Indonesia: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 149pp.
Joshi L, Schalenbourg W, Johansson L, Khasanah N, Stefanus E, Fagerstrom MH and M van Noordwijk. 2004. Soil and water movement: combining local ecological knowledge with that of modellers when scaling up from plot to landscape level. Belowground interaction in tropical agroecosystems: concepts and models with multiple plant component. Wallingford, UK: CABI, 14 pp.
Kan CE. 2004. Improving irrigation management systems for rice farming. Extention Bulletin 547. Taipei, Taiwan: Food & Fertilizer Technology Center, 12pp.
Khasanah N, Lusiana B, Farida, and M van Noordwijk. 2004. Simulasi limpasan permukaan dan kehilangan tanah pada berbagai umur kebun kopi: studi kasus di sumberjaya, lampung barat. Agrivita 26 (1): 81-89.
Muthuri CW, Ong CK, Black CR, Mati BM, Ngumi VM, and M van Noordwijk. 2004. Modelling the effects of leafing phenology on growth and water use by selected agroforestry tree species in semi-arid Kenya. Land Use and Water Resources Research 4(1): 1-11.
Namirembe S, Coe R, Vershot L and R Otsyina. 2004. Tree selection and management in agroforestry based on long-term monitoring of resource sharing in a water-limited environment. Proceedings of the regional agroforestry conference on agroforestry impacts on livelihoods in southern Africa: putting research into practice pp.151-163.
Nyadzi GI. 2004. Nutrients and water dynamics in rotational woodlots: a case study in Western Tanzania. Wageningen, Netherlands: Wageningen University and Research Centre, 204pp.
Okech, J. (ed.). 2004. The Global Water Partnership (GWP) Associated Programme on Water Conservation for Agriculture and Domestic use: Annual Report, 2003-2004. Nairobi, Kenya: GWP Associated Programme, 40pp.
Radersma S and CK Ong. 2004. Spatial distribution of roof length density and soil water of linear agroforestry systems in sub-humid Kenya: implications for agroforestry models. Forest Ecology and Management 188(1-3): 77-79.
Ranieri SB, Stirzaker R, Suprayogo D, Purwanto E, Willigen P de, and M van Noordwijk. 2004. Managing movements of water, solutes and soil: form the plot to landscape scale. Below-ground Interactions in Tropical Agroecosystems: Concepts and Models with Multiple Plant components. Wallingford, UK: CABI, p329-347.
Thomas DE, Preechapanya P and P Saipothong (eds.). 2004. Landscape agroforestry in northern Thailand: impacts of changing land use in an upper tributary watershed of montane mainland Southeast Asia. Studies based on the ASB-Thailand benchmark site Mae Chaem district, Chiang Mai Province. Synthesis Report: 1996-2004. Chiang Mai, Thailand: ASB Thailand, 183pp.
Amede T. 2003. Differential entry points to address complex natural resource constraints in the highlands of Eastern Africa. AHI Brief no. A2. Kampala,Uganda: African Highlands Initiative, 2 pp.
Amede T. 2003. Restoring soil fertility in the highlands of East Africa through participatory research. AHI Brief. no.A1. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative, 2 pp.
Broadhead JS, Ong CK and CR Black. 2003. Tree phenology and water availability in semi-arid agroforestry systems. Forest Ecology and Management 180(1/3): 61-73.
Brooks KN, Folliott PF, Gregersen HM and LF DeBano. 2003. Hydrology and the management of watersheds. Iowa, USA: Iowa State Press, 587pp.
German L. 2003. Watershed entry: a socially-optimal approach. AHI Brief no.E1. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative, 2 pp.
German L, Stroud A, and T Amede. 2003. Creating an integrated research agenda from prioritized watershed issues. Watershed exploration and planning series. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative, 18 pp.
Lott JE, Khan AAH, Black CR and CK Ong. 2003. Water use in a Grevillea robusta-maize overstorey agroforestry system in semi-arid Kenya. Forest Ecology and Management 180(1): 45-59.
Noordwijk M van, Farida A, Verbist B and TP Tomich. 2003. Agroforestry and watershed functions of tropical land use mosaics. Presented at the 2nd Asia Pacific Training Workshop on Ecohydrology, Cibinong, West Java, Indonesia, 21-26 July 2003. 12 pp.
Noordwijk M van, Farida A, Suyamto D, Lusiana B and N Khasanah. 2003. Spatial variability of rainfall governs river flow and reduces effects of land use change at landscape scale: GenRiver and SpatRain simulations. International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Integrave Modelling of Biophysical, Social and Economic Systems for Resource Management Solutions. 14-17 July 2003, Townville, Australia p. 572-577.
Nyadzi GI, Janssen BH, Otsyina RM, Booltink HW, Ong CK and O Oenema. 2003. Water and nitrogen dynamics in rotational woodlots of five species in western Tanzania. Agroforestry Systems 59: 215-229.
Phiri E, Verplancke H, Kwesiga F and P Mafongoya. 2003. Water balance and maize yield following improved Sesbania fallow in eastern Zambia. Agroforestry Systems 59(3):197-205.
Stroud A. 2003. Combining science with participation: learning locally and generalizing regionally. AHI Brief. No. B3. Kampala,Uganda: African Highlands Initiative, 2 pp.
Thomas D, Weyerhaeuser H and P Saipathong. 2003. Improved tools for managing agroforestry landscapes in northern Thailand: pilot application of spatial analysis and negotiation support systems. Landscapes of diversity: indigenous knowledge, sustainable livelihoods and resource governance in montane mainland southeast Asia: proceedings of the III Symposium on MMSEA 25-28 August 2002, p381-400.
Nega H and PM Kimeu. 2002. Low-cost methods pf rainwater storage: results from field trials in Ethiopia and Kenya. RELMA Technical Report No.28. Nairobi, Kenya: RELMA, 68pp.
Negassi A, Bein E, Ghebru K and B Tengnas. 2002. Soil and water conservation manual for Eritrea. Nairobi, Kenya: RELMA, 215pp.
Nyadzi GI, Otsyina RM and CK Ong. 2002. Growth and water resources utilization of Acacia Crassicarpa, Senna Siamea and Leucaena Pallida tree species established in rotational woodlots agroforestry systems in western Tanzania. Paper presented in the 12th ISCO Conference. Proceedings of the 12th ISCO Conference, Beijing, China. p410-414.
Ong CK, Wilson J, Deans JD, Mulatya J, Rausen T and N Wajja-Musukwe. 2002. Tree-crop interactions: manipulation of water use and root function. Agricultural Water Management 53(1-3): 71-186.
Rugasira J, Abaru M and R Winberg. 2002. Empowering rural communities: rainwater harvesting by woment groups in Rakai, Uganda. RELMA Technical Report no.29. Nairobi, Kenya: RELMA, 28pp.
Stroud A. 2002. African highlands initiative regional workshop for operationalizing phase 3: developing approaches for improving integrated watershed management. Workshop Synthesis, November 2002. Kampala, Uganda: African Highlands Initiative (AHI), 59pp.
Swallow BM. 2002. Community poverty traps and water management in the Lake Victoria basin. The 12th Stockholm Water Symposium August 12-15, 2002. Abstract Volume Workshop 3: Water, poverty alleviation and social programs. Stockholm: Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), p116-119.
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Lai CK, Yabut DN, Fernandez JC and WH Libunao. 2001. Participatory methods for upland systems research and development: highlights from a training course in the Philippines. Los Banos, Philippines: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 182pp.
Odhiambo HO, Ong CK, Deans JD, Wilson J, Khan AAH and JI Sprent. 2001. Roots, soil water and crop yield: tree crop interactions in semi-arid agroforestry system in Kenya. Plant and Soil 235(2):221-233.
Susswein PM, Noordwijk M van and B Verbist. 2001. Forest watershed functions and tropical land use change. Towards integrated natural resource management in forest margins of the humid tropics: local action and global concerns. ASB Lecture Note 7, 28pp.
Swallow BM, Garrity DP and M van Noordwijk. 2001. The effects of scales, flows and filters on property rights and collective action in watershed management. Water Policy 3:457-474.
Swallow BM, Johnson NL and RS Meinzen-Dick. 2001. Working with people for watershed management. Water Policy 3: 449-455.
Wangila J and BM Swallow. 2001. Design principles for land and watershed management in western Kenya: proceedings of a workshop held on 9 April 2001, Kisumu, Kenya. ICRAF Natural Resource Problems, Priorities and Policies Programme Discussion Paper Series 2001-1, 43pp.
Black C and C Ong. 2000. Utilisation of light and water in tropical agriculture. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 104(1):25-47.
Fernandez E, Clothier B and M van Noordwijk. 2000. Water uptake. In Root methods: a handbook. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. p461–507.
Mugo, FW. 2000. Natural resource use, constraints and possible interventions: the case of Rongo (Kabienge) focal area, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no. 4. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), pp 23.
Garrity DP and F Agus. 2000. Natural resource management on a watershed scale: what can agroforestry contribute? Integrated Watershed Management in the Global Ecosystem. p165-193.
Noordwijk M van. 2000. Forest conversion and watershed functions in the humid tropics. The Impacts of Land-use/Cover Change on Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Tropical Asia, In: Murdiyarso D and Tsuruta T,eds. The Impacts of Land-Use/Cover Change on Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Tropical Asia. Global Change Impacts Centre for Southeast Asia (IC-SEA) and National Institute of Agro-Environmental Studies (NIAES), Bogor/Tsukuba, Indonesia/Japan. IC-SEA and NIAES. p 97-106.
Ong CK, Black CR, Wallace JS, Khan AAH, Lot JE, Jackson NA, Howard SB and DM Smith. 2000. Productivity, microclimate and water use in Grevillea robusta-based agroforestry systems on hillslopes in semi-arid Kenya. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 80: 121-141.
Sanchez PA. 2000. Tropical soils, climate and agriculture: an ecological divide? Presented at the Harvard Conference on Raising Agricultural Productivity in the Tropics: Biophysical Challenges for Technology and Policy. October 19, 2000. 29 p.
SinukabanN, Tariga SD, PurwakusumaW, Tejo Baskoro DP and ED Wahyuni. 2000. Analysis of watershed function: sediment transfer across various type of filter strips. Final Report. Bogor, Indonesia: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) 97pp.
Tegtmeier C. 2000. Natural resource use, cnstraints and possible interventions: the case of Rakwaro hillslopes village, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no.13. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 67 pp.
Tegtmeier C. 2000. Natural resource use, constraints and possible interventions: the case of Ochieng Odongo, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no.14. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 60 pp.
Tegtmeier C. 2000. Natural resource use, constraints and possible interventions: the case of Achingure hillslopes catchment, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no.15. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 55 pp.
Tegtmeier C. 2000. Natural resource use, constraints and possible interventions: the case of Kamgan village, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no.16. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 61 pp.
Tilander Y and CK Ong. 2000. Conservation and competition for water and nutrients in semi-arid agroforestry. Annals of Arid Zone 38(3-4):309–334.
Critchley W, Miiro D, Ellis-Jones J and J Tumuhairwe (eds.). 1999. Traditions and innovation in land husbandry: building on local knowledge in Kabale, Uganda. RELMA Technical Report No. 20. Nairobi, Kenya: RELMA, 71pp.
Maghembe J, Ong CK, Chirwa PW and CR Black.1999. Modelling temporal complimentarity of resource use in a Gliricidia sepium - pigeonpea - maize system in southern Malawi. Multistrata Agroforestry Systems with Perennial Crops. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), p186-193.
Mugo FW. 1999. Natural resource use, constraints and possible interventions: the case of Kandaria West focal point, Nyando district. Start-up Phase Report no.1. Nairobi, Kenya: The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), 33 pp.
Noordwijk M van and B Lusiana. 1999. WaNULCAS: A model of water, nutrient and light capture in agroforestry systems. Agroforestry Systems 43: 217-242.
Noordwijk M van and CK Ong. 1999. Can the ecosystem mimic hypotheses be applied to farms in African savannahs? Agroforestry Systems 45(1/3):131–158.
Ong CK and RRB Leakey.1999. Why tree-crop interactions in agroforestry appear at odds with tree-grass interactions in tropical savannahs. Agroforestry Systems 45(1-3):109–129.
Smith DM, Jackson NA, Roberts JM and CK Ong. 1999. Reverse flow of sap in tree roots and downward siphoning of water by Grevillea robusta. Functional Ecology 13(2): 256–264.
Smith DM, Jackson NA, Roberts JM and CK Ong.1999. Root distributions in a Grevillea robusta – maize agroforestry system in semi-arid Kenya. Plant and Soil 211(2) p.191–205.
Burgess SSO, Adams MA, Turner NC and CK Ong. 1998. The redistribution of soil water by tree root systems. Oecologia 115(3) p. 306-311.
Noordwijk M van, Roode M van, McCallie EL and B Lusiana. 1998. Erosion and sedimentation as multiscale, fractal processes: implications for model, experiments and the real world. In: Penning de Vries FW, Agus F and Kerr J,eds. Soil erosion at multiple scales: Principles and methods for assessing causes and impacts. Wallingford, UK. CAB-International. p. 223-253.