Articles in international journals

Akramkhanov, A., R. Sommer, C. Martius, J. M. H. Hendrickx, P.L.G. Vlek. 2008. Comparison and sensitivity of measurement techniques for spatial distribution of soil salinity. Irrigation and Drainage Systems 22: 115-126.

Akramkhanov, A., C. Martius, S. J. Park, J. M. H. Hendrickx. 2011. Environmental factors of spatial distribution of soil salinity on flat irrigated terrain. Geoderma, 163: 55-62.

Akramkhanov, A., and P. L. G. Vlek. 2012. The assessment of spatial distribution of soil salinity risk using neural network. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, doi:10.1007/s10661-011-2132-5.

Djumaeva, D., Djanibekov, N., Vlek, P.L.G., Martius, C. and J.P.A. Lamers (2009): Options for optimizing dairy feed rations with foliage of trees grown in the irrigated drylands of Central Asia. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 5 (5), 698-708.

Djumaniyazova Y., Sommer R., Ibragimov N., Ruzimov J.,Lamers J.,Vlek P. Simulating water use and N response of winter wheat in the irrigated floodplains of northwest Uzbekistan. Field Crop Rerearch Journal. – The Netherlands, Volume 116, Issue 3, 2010. -P. 239-251

Djanibekov, N. (2008): A micro-economic analysis of farm restructuring in the Khorezm region, Uzbekistan. Economics and Applied Informatics. "Dunarea de Jos" University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, 1, pages 19-24

Ibrakhimov, M., Martius, C, Lamers, J. P. A., Tischbein, B. 2011. The dynamics of groundwater table and salinity over 17 years in Khorezm. Agricultural Water Management Journal, pp. 52-61.

Rudenko, I. and J.P.A. Lamers (2006): The comparative advantages of the present and future payment structure for agricultural producers in Uzbekistan, Central Asian Journal of Management, Economics and Social Research, 2006, vol.5 (1-2), pp. 106-125

Rudenko, I., J. Lamers & U. Grote (2009): Could Uzbek farmers get more for their cotton?, The European Journal of Development Research, vol.21 (2), pp. 283-296