Debissa Lemessa
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Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition
DS Karp, R Chaplin-Kramer, TD Meehan, EA Martin, F DeClerck, H Grab, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (33), E7863-E7870, 2018
Composition of crops and land-use types in relation to crop raiding pattern at different distances from forests
D Lemessa, K Hylander, P Hambäck
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 167, 71-78, 2013
The effect of local and landscape level land-use composition on predatory arthropods in a tropical agricultural landscape
D Lemessa, PA Hambäck, K Hylander
Landscape Ecology 30, 167-180, 2015
A heterogeneous landscape does not guarantee high crop pollination
U Samnegård, PA Hambäck, D Lemessa, S Nemomissa, K Hylander
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1838), 20161472, 2016
Arthropod but not bird predation in Ethiopian homegardens is higher in tree-poor than in tree-rich landscapes
D Lemessa, PA Hambäck, K Hylander
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126639, 2015
The roles of apiculture in vegetation characterization and household livelihoods in Walmara District, central Ethiopia
D Lemessa
MSc Thesis, Wondo Genet College of Forestry and the Swedish University of …, 2006
Similar bird communities in homegardens at different distances from Afromontane forests
D Engelen, D Lemessa, ÇH ŞEKERCIOĞLU, K Hylander
Bird Conservation International 27 (1), 83-95, 2017
Non-crop and crop plant diversity and determinants in homegardens of Abay Chomen district, Western Ethiopia
D Lemessa, A Legesse
Biodiversity International Journal 2 (5), 433-439, 2018
Tree cover mediates the effect on rapeseed leaf damage of excluding predatory arthropods, but in an unexpected way
D Lemessa, U Samnegård, PA Hambäck, K Hylander
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 211, 57-64, 2015
Pattern of crop raiding by wild large mammals and the resultant impacts vary with distances from forests in Southwest Ethiopia
A Mamo, D Lemessa, OH Diriba, D Hunde
Ecology and Evolution 11 (7), 3203-3209, 2021
A comparative analysis of indigenous and exotic tree species management practices in agricultural landscapes of Southwest Ethiopia
HW Gemechu, D Lemessa, DB Jiru
Trees, Forests and People 4, 100059, 2021
Patterns of the diversity of characteristic species across vegetation ecosystems of Ethiopia
D Lemessa, Y Teka
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 2 (3), 34, 2017
Beekeeping: A Livelihood Strategy in Pastoral and Agro-pastoral Dry Land Areas of Southern Oromia (Libian District) and Somali Regional States
D Lemessa
Filtu and Dolle, 2007
Woody species composition in relation to spatial and environmental gradients in acacia-commiphora vegetation ecosystem of Ethiopia
D Lemessa, F Asmelash, Y Teka, S Alemu, M Didita, S Melesse
Int J Natur Resource Ecol Manag 2 (3), 53-59, 2017
Woody species composition, plant communities, and environmental determinants in Gennemar Dry Afromontane forest, Southern Ethiopia
S Ahmed, D Lemessa, A Seyum
Scientifica 2022, 2022
Socio-ecological determinants of species composition of crops in homegardens of southern Ethiopia
E Getachew, D Lemessa, E Leulekal
Agroforestry Systems, 1-11, 2022
The effect of the surrounding landscape and socioeconomic characteristics on woody species diversity in homegardens of Shewarobit District, Northeast Ethiopia
W Woldeamanual, Z Asfaw, D Lemessa
Small-Scale Forestry 17 (4), 471-483, 2018
Beekeeping: a livelihood strategy in pastoral and agro–pastoral dry land areas of southern Oromia (Liban District) and Somali Regional States (Filtu and Dollo Ado districts). 2006
D Lemessa
Factors affecting woody carbon stock in Sirso moist evergreen Afromontane forest, southern Ethiopia: implications for climate change mitigation
B Mewded, D Lemessa
Environment, Development and Sustainability 22 (7), 6363-6378, 2020
Spatiotemporal landuse land cover changes in Walmara District, Central Oromia, Ethiopia
T Urgessa, D Lemessa
Earth 9 (1), 32-37, 2020
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