Journal articles (refereed), original research

  • Larjavaara, M., Davenport, T.R.B., Gangga, A., Holm, S., Kanninen, M., Tien, N.D. 2019. Payments for adding ecosystem carbon are mostly beneficial to biodiversity. Environmental Research Letters 14, 054001.
  • Hassan, B.A., Glover, E.K., Luukkanen, O., Kanninen, M., Jamnadass, R. 2019. Boswellia and Commiphora Species as a Resource Base for Rural Livelihood Security in the Horn of Africa: A Systematic Reviev. Forests 10.
  • Córdova, R., Hogarth, N., Kanninen, M. 2019. Mountain farming systems’ exposure and sensitivity to climate change and variability: Agroforestry and conventional agriculture systems compared in Ecuador’s indigenous territory of Kayambi people. Sustainability 11.
  • Camargo, M.C., Hogarth, N.J., Pacheco, P., Nhantumbo, I., Kanninen, M. 2019. Greening the Dark Side of Chocolate: A Qualitative Assessment to Inform Sustainable Supply Chains. Environmental Conservation 46, 9-16.
  • Córdova, R., Hogarth, N., Kanninen, M. 2018. Sustainability of Smallholder Livelihoods in the Ecuadorian Highlands: A Comparison of Agroforestry and Conventional Agriculture Systems in the Indigenous Territory of Kayambi People. Land 7. Doi: 10.3390/land7020045.
  • Larjavaara, M., Kanninen, M., Ruesta, H.G., Koskinen, J., Kukkonen, M., Käyhkö, N., Larson, A.M., Wunder, S. 2017. Global variation on the cost of increasing ecosystem carbon. Nature Climate Change 8, 38-42.
    Doi 10.1038/s41558-017-0015-7.
  • Malkamäki, A., D’Amato, D., Hogarth, N.J., Kanninen, M., Pirard, R., Toppinen, A., Zhou, W. 2018. A systematic review of the socio-economic impacts of large-scale tree plantations, worldwide. Global Environmental Change 53, 90-103.
  • Salih, E.Y.A., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Lampi, A.M., Kanninen, M., Luukkanen, O., Sipi, M., Lehtonen, M., Vuorela, H., Fyhrquist, P. 2018. Terminalia laxiflora and Terminalia brownii contain a broad spectrum of antimycobacterial compounds including ellagitannins, ellagic acid derivatives, triterpenes, fatty acids and fatty alcohols. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 227, 82-96.
  • Räsänen, A., Nygren, A., Monge, A.M., Käkönen, M., Kanninen, M., Juhola, S. 2018. From divide to nexus: Interconnected land use and water management changes shaping risks and vulnerabilities. Applied Geography 90, 106-114.
  • Etongo, D., Kanninen, M., Epule, T.E., Fobissie, K. 2018. Assessing the effectiveness of joint forest management in Southern Burkina Faso: A SWOT-AHP analysis. Forest Policy and Economics 90, 31-38.
  • Etongo, D., Epule, T.E., Djenontin, I.N.S., Kanninen, M. 2018. Land management in rural Burkina Faso: the role of socio-cultural and institutional factors. Natural Resources Forum 42, 201-213.
  • Fahmi, M.K.M., Dafa-Alla, D.-A.M., Kanninen, M., Luukkanen, O. 2018. Impact of agroforestry parklands on crop yield and income generation: case study of rainfed farming in the semi-arid zone of Sudan. Agroforestry Systems 92, 785-800.
  • Yirdaw, E., Kanninen, M., Elfadl, M., Tsegai, D. 2017. Special issue: Drought and Dryland Management – a commentary. Silva Fennica 51, 1-2. . Doi: 10.14214/sf.6985
  • Salih, E.Y.A., Fyhrquist, P., Abdalla, A.M.A., Abdelgadir, A.Y., Kanninen, M., Sipi, M., Luukkanen, O., Fahmi, M.K.M., Elamin, M.H., Ali, H.A. 2017. LC-MS/MS tandem mass spectrometry for analysis of 3 phenolic compounds and pentacyclic triterpenes in 4 antifungal extracts of Terminalia brownii (Fresen). Antibiotics (Basel) 6. Doi: 10.3390/antibiotics6040037.
  • Räsänen, T. A., Juhola, S. K., Monge Monge, A. A., Käkönen, M-N. E., Kanninen, M. T. & Nygren, A. K.. 2017. Identifying mismatches between institutional perceptions of water-related risk drivers and water management strategies in three basin areas. Journal of Hydrology. Doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.05.040.
  • Larjavaara, M., Kanninen, M., Alam, S.A., Mäkinen, A., Poeplau, C. 2017. CarboScen: A tool to estimate carbon implications of land-use scenarios. Ecography 40. Doi: 10.1111/ecog.02576.
  • Ravikumar, A., Larjavaara, M., Larson, A., Kanninen, M. 2017. Participatory land use scenarios: where can carbon drive conservation? Environmental Research Letters 12(1). Doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa5509.
  • Tegegne, Y.T., Ramcilovic-Suominen, S., Fobissie, K., Visseren-Hamakers, I.J., Lindner, M., Kanninen, M. 2017. Synergies in social safeguards in FLEGT and REDD+ in Cameroon. Forest Policy and Economics 75:1-11. Doi 10.1016/j.forpol.2016.11.005.
  • Fahmi, M.K.M., Sanjak, E.M., Kanninen, M., Luukkanen, O. 2017. Impacts of meteorological drivers and agricultural practices on sorghum, millet and sesame yields in semi-arid lands in Sudan. Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies 5, 1-11.
  • Salih, E.Y.A., Kanninen, M., Sipi, M., Luukkanen, O., Hiltunen, R., Vuorela, H., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Fyhrquist, P. 2016. Tannins, flavonoids and stilbenes in extracts of African savanna woodland trees Terminalia brownii, Terminalia laxiflora and Anogeissus leiocarpus showing promising antibacterial potential. South African Journal of Botany
  • Marques, M.J., Schwilch, G., Lauterburg, N., Crittenden, S., Tesfai, M., Stolte, J., Zdruli, P., Zucca, C., Petursdottir, T., Evelpidou, N., Karkani, A., AsliYilmazgil, Y., Panagopoulos, T., Yirdaw, E., Kanninen, M., Rubio, J.L., Schmiedel, U., Doko, A. 2016. Multifaceted Impacts of Sustainable Land Management in Drylands: A Review. Sustainability 8(2), 177.
  • Malkamäki, A., Toppinen, A., Kanninen, M. 2016. Impacts of land use and land use changes on the resilience of beekeeping in Uruguay. Forest Policy and Economics 70, 113-123.
  • Räsänen, A., Juhola, S., Nygren, A., Kallio, M., Monge, A.M., Käkönen, M., Kanninen, M. 2016. Climate change, multiple stressors and human vulnerability – a systematic review. Regional Environmental Change doi: 10.1007/s10113-016-0974-7.
  • Etongo, D., Djenontin, I.N.S., Kanninen, M., 2016. Poverty and environmental degradation in Southern Burkina Faso: An assessment Based on Participatory Methods. Land 5. doi: 10.3390/land5030020.
  • Tegegne, Y.T., Lindner, M., Fobissie, K., Kanninen, M. 2016. Evolution of drivers of deforestation and forest degradation in the Congo Basin forests: exploring possible policy options to address forest loss. Land Use Policy 51:312–324. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.11.024.
  • Chia, E.L., Kalame, F., Kanninen, M. 2016. Exploring Opportunities for Promoting Synergies between Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Forest Carbon Initiatives. Forests 7, 24. doi:10.3390/f7010024.
  • Etongo, D., Djenontin, N., Kanninen, M., Djoudi, H., Korhonen-Kurki, K., Kalame, F., 2015. Land tenure, asset heterogeneity and deforestation in Southern Burkina Faso. Forest Policy and Economics 61:51-58.
  • Etongo, D., Djenontin, I.N.S., Kanninen, M., Kalame, F., 2015. Smallholders’ Tree Planting Activity in the Ziro Province, Southern Burkina Faso: Impacts on Livelihood and Policy Implications. Forests 6, 2655-2677.
  • Negash, M & Kanninen, M. 2015. Modeling biomass and soil carbon sequestration of indigenous agroforestry systems using CO2FIX approach. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 203, 147-155.
  • Fahmi, M.K.M., Mohamed, E.S., Kanninen, M., Luukkanen, O., Kalame, F.B., Eltayeb, A.M., 2015. Determinants and constraints of integrating natural acacias into mechanised rain-fed agricultural schemes Sennar State, Sudan. GeoJournal 80, 555-567
  • Neba, S.G., Kanninen, M., Atyic, R.E.a., Sonwa, D.J., 2014. Assessment and prediction of above-ground biomass in selectively logged forest concessions using field measurements and remote sensing data: case study in South Eastern Cameroon. Forest Ecology and Management 329, 177–185.
  • Negash, M., Starr, M., Kanninen, M., Berhe, L., 2013. Allometric equations for estimating aboveground biomass of Coffea arabica L. grown in the Rift Valley escarpment of Ethiopia. Agroforestry Systems 87, 953–966.
  • Negash, M., Starr, M., Kanninen, M., 2013. Allometric equations for biomass estimation of Ensete ventricosum grown in indigenous agroforestry systems in the Rift Valley escarpment of southern-eastern Ethiopia. Agroforestry Systems 87, 571-581.
  • Kebede, M., Kanninen, M., Yirdaw, E., Lemenih, M., 2012. Soil Seed Bank and Seedlings Bank Composition and Diversity of Wondo Genet Moist Afromontane Forest South Central Ethiopia. International Journal of Botany 8(4), 170-180.
  • Kallio, M., Kanninen, M., Krisnawati, H., 2012. Smallholder teak plantations in two villages in Central Java: Silvicultural activity and stand performance. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 21, 158-175.
  • Kallio, M.H., Kanninen, M., Rohadi, D., 2011. Farmers’ timber tree planting activity in Indonesia- case studies in the provinces of Java, Riau, and South Kalimantan. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 20, 191-210.
  • Kalame, F. B., Luukkanen, O. & Kanninen, M. 2011. Making the National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA) More Responsive to the Livelihood Needs of Tree Planting Farmers, Drawing on Previous Experience in Dryland Sudan. Forests 2011(2), 948-960.
  • Kallio, M.H., Krisnawati, H., Rohadi, D., Kanninen, M., 2011. Mahogany and Kadam Planting Farmers in South Kalimantan: The Link Between Silvicultural Activity and Stand Quality. Small-scale Forestry 10, 115–132.
  • Kalame, F.B., Aidoo, R., Nkem, J., Ajayie, O.C., Kanninen, M., Luukkanen, O., Idinoba, M., 2011. Modified taungya system in Ghana: a win-win practice for forestry and adaptation to climate change? Environmental Science & Policy 14, 519-530.
  • Donato, D.C., Kauffman, J.B., Murdiyarso, D., Kurnianto, S., Stidham, M., Kanninen, M., 2011. Mangroves among the most carbon-rich forests in the tropics. Nature Geoscience 4, 293-297.
  • Hassan, B.A., Glover, E.K., Luukkanen, O., Chikamai, B., Jamnadass, R., Iiyama, M., Kanninen, M., 2011. The Role of Boswellia and Commiphora Species in Rural Livelihood Security and Climate Change Adaptation in the Horn of Africa: Case Study of North-Eastern Kenya. International Journal of Social Forestry 4, 86-112.
  • Sonwa, D.J., Walker, S., Nasi, R., Kanninen, M., 2011. Potential synergies of the main current forestry efforts and climate change mitigation in Central Africa. Sustainability Science 6, 59-67.
  • Laumonier, Y., Edin, A., Kanninen, M., Munandar, A.W., 2010. Landscape-scale variation in the structure and biomass of the hill dipterocarp forest of Sumatra: Implications for carbon stock assessments. Forest Ecology and Management 259, 505-513.
  • Kalame, F.B., Nkem, J., Idinoba, M., Kanninen, M., 2009. Matching national forest policies and management practices for climate change adaptation in Burkina Faso and Ghana. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 14, 135-151.
  • Guariguata, M.R., Nasi, R., Kanninen, M., 2009. Forest degradation: it is not a matter of new definitions. Conservation Letters 2, 286-287.
  • Gaveau, D.L.A., Wich, S., Epting, J., Juhn, D., Kanninen, M., Leader-Williams, N., 2009. The future of forests and orangutans (Pongo abelii) in Sumatra: predicting impacts of oil palm plantations, road construction, and mechanisms for reducing carbon emissions from deforestation. Environmental Research Letters 4.
  • Gaveau, D.L.A., Epting, J., Lyne, O., Linkie, M., Kumara, I., Kanninen, M., Leader-Williams, N., 2009. Evaluating whether protected areas reduce tropical deforestation in Sumatra. Journal of Biogeography 36, 2165-2175.
  • Nkem, J., Santoso, H., Murdiyarso, D., Brockhaus, M., Kanninen, M., 2007. Using Tropical Forest Ecosystem Goods and Services for Planning Climate Change Adaptation with Implications for Food Security and Poverty Reduction. In, ICRISAT Open Access Journal – Journal of SAT Agricultural Research, p. 23
  • Segura, M., Kanninen, M., Suárez, D., 2006. Allometric models for estimating aboveground biomass of shade trees and coffee plants grown together. . Agroforestry Systems 68, 143-150.
  • Iskandar, H., Snook, L.K., Toma, T., MacDicken, K.G., Kanninen, M., 2006. A comparison of damage due to logging under different forms of resource access in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Forest Ecology and Management 237, 83-93.
  • De Los Santos-Posadas, H.M., Montero Mata, M., M., K., 2006. Curvas dinámicas de crecimiento para altura dominante para Terminalia amazonia (Gemí.) Excell en Costa Rica [Dynamic dominant height growth curves for Terminalia amazonia (Gemí.) Excell in Costa Rica]. Agrociencia (Mexico) 40, 521-532.
  • Buvaneswaran, C., George, M., Perez, D., Kanninen, M., 2006. Biomass of teak plantations in Tamil Nadu, India and Costa Rica compared. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 18, 195-197.
  • Segura, M., Kanninen, M., 2005. Allometric models for tree volume and total aboveground biomass in a tropical humid forest in Costa Rica. Biotropica 37, 2-8.
  • Pérez, D., Kanninen, M., 2005. Stand growth scenarios for Tectona grandis plantations in Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 210, 425-441.
  • Perez, D., Kanninen, M., 2005. Effect of thinning on stem form and wood characteristics of teak (Tectona grandis) in humid tropical site in Costa Rica. Silva Fennica 39, 217-225.
  • Montagnini, F., Cusack, D., Petit, B., Kanninen, M., 2005. Environmental Services of Native Tree Plantations and Agroforestry Systems in Central America. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 21, 51-67.
  • Piotto, D., Víquez, E., Montagnini, F., Kanninen, M., 2004. Pure and mixed forest plantations with native species of the dry tropics of Costa Rica: a comparison of growth and productivity. Forest Ecology and Management 190, 359-372.
  • Piotto, D., Montagnini, F., Kanninen, M., Ugalde, L., Víquez, E., 2004. Forest plantations in Costa Rica and Nicaragua: performance of species and preferences of farmers. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18, 59-77.
  • Pérez, D., Kanninen, M., Matamoros, F., Fonseca, W., Chavez, E., 2004. Heartwood, sapwood and bark content of Bombacopsis quinata in Costa Rica. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 16, 318-327.
  • Kanninen, M., Pérez, D., Montero, M., Víquez, E., 2004. Intensity and timing of the first thinning of Tectona grandis plantations in Costa Rica: results of a thinning trial. Forest Ecology and Management 203, 89-99.
  • Piotto, D., Montagnini, F., Ugalde, L., Kanninen, M., 2003. Performance of forest plantations in small and medium-sized farms in the Atlantic lowlands of Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 175, 195-204.
  • Piotto, D., Montagnini, F., Ugalde, L., Kanninen, M., 2003. Growth and effects of thinning of mixed and pure plantations with native trees in humid tropical Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 177, 427-439.
  • Pérez Cordero, L.D., Víquez, E., Kanninen, M., 2003. A preliminary pruning program for Tectona grandis plantations in Costa Rica. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 15, 557-569.
  • Pérez Cordero, L.D., Kanninen, M., Ugalde Arias, L.A., 2003. Stand growth scenarios for Bombacopsis quinata plantations in Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 174, 345-352.
  • Pérez Cordero, L.D., Kanninen, M., 2003. Provisional equations for estimating total and merchantable volume of Tectona grandis trees in Costa Rica. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 13, 345-359.
  • Pérez Cordero, L.D., Kanninen, M., 2003. Aboveground biomass of Tectona grandis plantations in Costa Rica. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 15, 199-213.
  • Montero, M., Kanninen, M., 2003. Índice de sitio para Terminalia amazonia en Costa Rica. Agronomía Costarricense 27, 29-35.
  • Masera, O.R., Garza-Caligaris, J.F., Kanninen, M., Karjalainen, T., Liski, J., Nabuurs, G.J., Pussinen, A., Jong, B.H.J.d., Mohren, G.M.J., 2003. Modeling carbon sequestration in afforestation, agroforestry and forest management projects: the CO2FIX V.2 approach Ecological Modelling 164, 177-199.
  • Cordero, L.D.P., Kanninen, M., 2003. Heartwood, sapwood and bark content, and wood dry density of young and mature teak (Tectona grandis) trees grown in Costa Rica. Silva Fennica 37, 45-54.
  • Perez Cordero, L.D., Kanninen, M., 2002. Wood specific gravity and aboveground biomass of Bombacopsis quinata plantations in Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 165, 1-9.
  • Morataya, R., Galloway, G., Berninger, F., Kanninen, M., 1999. Foliage biomass – sapwood (area and volume) relationships of Tectona grandis L.F. and Gmelina arborea Roxb.: silvicultural implications. Forest Ecology and Management 113, 231-239.
  • Huang, W., Kanninen, M., Xu, Q., Huang, B., 1997. Agroforestry in China: Present State and Future Potential. Ambio 26, 394-398.
  • Tuomela, K., Kanninen, M., 1995. Effects of Vapour Pressure Deficit and Soil Water Content on Leaf Water Potential between Selected Provenances of Eucalyptus microtheca in an Irrigated Plantation, Eastern Kenya. Silva Fennica 29, 217-224.
  • Kuuluvainen, T., Kanninen, M., 1992. Patterns in aboveground carbon allocation and tree architechture that favor stem growth in young Scots pine from high latitudes. Tree Physiology 10, 69-80.
  • Sirikul, W., Kanninen, M., 1990. Shoot gowth and its clonal variation in Pinus kesiya. Silva Fennica 24, 303-313.
  • Seitz, R., Kanninen, M., 1989. Tree ring analysis of Araucaria angustifolia in Southern Brazil: Preliminary results. IAWA Bulletin 10, 170-174.
  • Kuuluvainen, T., Kanninen, M., Salmi, J.P., 1988. Tree architecture in young Scots pine: properties, spatial distribution and relationships of components of tree architecture. Silva Fennica 22, 147-161.
  • Henttonen, H., Kanninen, M., Nygren, M., Ojansuu, R., 1986. The maturation of Scots pine seeds in relation to climate in Northern Finland. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 1, 243-249.
  • Kanninen, M., Pohja, T., Siivola, E., 1985. A photographic system for measuring shoot elongation in tree seedlings and relation to solar radiation and temperature. Growth 49, 44-50.
  • Kanninen, M., 1985. Shoot elongation in Scots pine: diurnal variations and response to temperature. Journal of Experimental Botany 36, 1760-1770.
  • Kanninen, M., 1983. Tree growth as a dynamic system: Time-series analysis of diurnal variations in growth response to temperature. Revue de Bio-Mathématique 84, 39-52.
  • Pietarinen, I., Kanninen, M., Hari, P., Kellomäki, S., 1982. A simulation model for daily growth of shoots, needles, and stem diameter in Scots pine trees. Forest Science 28, 573-581.
  • Kanninen, M., Hari, P., Kellomäki, S., 1982. A dynamic model for above ground dry matter production of a plant community. Journal of Applied Ecology 19, 465-476.
  • Kellomäki, S., Kanninen, M., 1980. Eco-physiological studies on young Scots pine stands: IV. Allocation of photosynthates for crown and stem growth. Silva Fennica 14, 397-408.
  • Kellomäki, S., Hari, P., Kanninen, M., Ilonen, P., 1980. Eco-physiological studies on young Scots pine stands: II. Distribution of needle biomass and its application in approximating light conditions inside the canopy. Silva Fennica 14, 243-256.
  • Koskimäki, A., Hari, P., Kellomäki, S., Kanninen, M., 1979. Inherent growth rhythm of some Larix-species grown in a plastic greenhouse. Silva Fennica 13, 108-114.
  • Kellomäki, S., Salminen, R., Hari, P., Ventilä, M., Kanninen, M., Kauppi, P., Smolander, H., 1979. A method for approximating the photosynthetic production of stand members inside the canopy. Journal of Applied Ecology 16, 243-252.
  • Ilonen, P., Kellomäki, S., Hari, P., Kanninen, M., 1979. On distribution of growth in crown system of some young Scots pine stands. Silva Fennica 13, 316-326.
  • Hari, P., Kanninen, M., Kellomäki, S., Luukkanen, O., Pelkonen, P., Salminen, R., Smolander, H., 1979. An automatic system for measurements of gas exchange and environmental factors in a Scots pine stand, with special reference to measuring principles. Silva Fennica 13, 94-100.
  • Hari, J., Kanninen, M., Hari, P., 1978. An electronic auxanometer for field use. Silva Fennica 12, 275-279.
  • Kellomäki, S., Hari, P., Vuokko, R., Väisänen, E., Kanninen, M., 1977. The above ground growth rate of a dwarf shrub community. Oikos 29: 143-149.

 

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