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·         Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J., Oja, T., Mander, Ü. 2011. Analysing spatial structure of the Estonian landscapes: which landscape metrics are the most suitable for comparing different landscapes? Estonian Journal of Ecology, 60, 1: 70-80.

·         Lode, E., Roosaare, J. and Pensa, M. 2011. Typological Up-Scaling of Wooded Peatlands. Ecological Studies, 1, 212 (Forest Management and the Water Cycle): 471–496.

·         Lode, E., Langensiepen, M., Roosaare, J., Schueler, G. and Koivusalo, H. 2011. Forest Management and the Water Cycle: An Integrated Introduction to Scaling. Ecological Studies, 1, Volume 212 (Forest Management and the Water Cycle): 335–349.

·         Mander, Ü., Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J., Aunap, R., Antrop, M. 2010. Coherence and fragmentation of landscape pattern as characterized by correlograms: A case study of Estonia. Landscape and Urban Planning, 94, 1: 31–37.

·         Uuemaa, E., Antrop, M., Roosaare, J., Marja, R,. Mander, Ü. 2009. Landscape Metrics and Indices: An Overview of Their Use in Landscape Research, Living Reviews in Landscape Research 3, 1. URL: (cited on 17.03.09).

·         Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J., Kanal, A., Mander, Ü. 2008. Spatial correlograms of soil cover as an indicator of landscape heterogeneity. Ecological Indicators, 8, 6: 783–794.

·         Liiber, Ü., Roosaare, J. 2007. Geography Olympiads in Estonia. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 16, 3: 293–298.

·         Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J., Mander, Ü. 2007. Landscape metrics as indicators of river water quality at catchment scale. Nordic Hydrology, 38, 2: 125–138.

·         Aunap, R., Uuemaa, E, Roosaare, J. and Mander, Ü. 2006. Spatial correlograms and landscape metrics as indicators of land use changes. In: J.F. Martín-Duque, C.A. Brebbia, D.E. Emmanouloudis and U. Mander (eds.) Geo-Environment and Landscape Evolution II. – WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 89. WIT Press, Southampton & Boston, pp. 305–315.

·         Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J. and Mander, U. 2005. Scale dependence of landscape metrics and their indicatory value for nutrient and organic matter losses from catchments. Ecological Indicators, 5, 4: 350–369.

·         Ahas, R., Aasa, A., Silm, S., Roosaare J.. 2005. Seasonal indicators and seasons of Estonian landscapes. Landscape Research, 30, 2: 173–191.

·         Roosaare, J., Liiber, Ü. 2004. e-Learning and europeanisation as promoters of changes in geographical education. In: Estonia: Geographical Studies, 9. Estonian Academy Publishers, Tallinn, pp. 211–223.

·         Uuemaa, E., Roosaare, J., Mander, Ü. 2004. Landscape metrics as indicators of river water quality at catchment scale. In: Nordic Hydrological Conference 2004, V.1. NHP-Report N. 48. Tartu, pp. 198–218.

·         Ratas, U., Puurmann, E., Roosaare, J., Reimo Rivis, R. 2003. A landscape-geochemical approach in insular studies, as exemplified by islets of eastern Baltic Sea. Landscape Ecology, 18: 173184.

·         Roosaare, J., Liiber, Ü., Oja, T. 2002. GIS in e-Learning – maintaining the proportions of user's pyramid. 7 p. In: Papers of the Third European GIS Education Seminar EUGISES, Girona, Spain, September 2002. CDROM [file].

·         Liiber, Ü., Roosaare, J. 2001. Computer Based Technologies for Teaching Geography in Estonia. In: L. Houtsonen & M. Tammilehto (eds.) Innovative Practices in Geographic Education. Proceedings of IGU-CGE Helsinki Symposium, pp. 145–148.

·         Liiber, Ü., Roosaare, J. 2000. The New Role of Geography and the Consequent Requirements for a New Curriculum in Estonia. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 9, 3: 266–272 [file].

·         Berentsen, W.H., Roosaare, J., and Samara, P.J. 2000. Suburbanisation and landscape change in Connecticut: Repetition of the patterns in Estonia and elsewhere in Central Europe? In: U. Mander, R.H.G. Jongman (eds.) Landscape perspective of land use changes. Advances in Ecological Sciences, 6. WIT Press, Southampton & Boston, pp. 131–166. [pdf file]

·         Järvet, A., Jaagus, J., Roosaare, J., Tamm, T., Vallner, L. 2000. Impact of climate change on water balance elements in Estonia. In: Estonia: Geographical Studies, 8. Estonian Academy Publishers, Tallinn, pp. 35–55.

·         Kaasik, M., Roosaare, J. 2000. New Estonian and Eastern Baltic Region Land Use Database for HIRLAM. HIRLAM Newsletter, 35: 157–162.

·         Roosaare, J., Järvet, A. 2000. Flood Risks in Estonia. Report to the World Bank [7 pp+Arcview files].

·         Roosaare, J., Järvet, A., Vennik, K. 2000. Mapping measured runoff: areal interpolation of incomplete hierarchical data. In: Nordic Hydrological Conference 2000, Vol. 2. NHP-Report N. 46. Uppsala, pp. 453–460.

·         Roosaare, J., Brunner, B., Koller, A., Lorup, E. 1999. HERODOT: Using the Web in teaching geography. In: The Role of ODL in the Information Society. Technologija, Kaunas, pp. 128–133.

·         Jaagus, J., Järvet, A., Roosaare, J. 1998. Modelling the climate change impact on river runoff in Estonia. In: T. Kallaste and P. Kuldna (eds.) Climate Change Studies in Estonia. SEI-T, Tallinn, pp. 117‑126.

·         Jaagus, J., Järvet,,A., Roosaare, J., Tamm, T., Vallner, L. 1998. Integrated assessment of climate change impact on water resources in Estonia. In: Tarand, A. and Kallaste, T. (eds.) Country Case Study on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Assessments in the Republic of Estonia. Report to the UNEP/GEF Project N.: GF/2200‑96‑45. SEI-T & UNEP, Tallinn, p. 69–96.

·         Roosaare, J. 1998. Local-scale spatial interpretation of climate change impact on river runoff in Estonia. In: Risto Lemmelä & Nea Helenius (eds.) Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Climate and Water, Espoo, Finland, 17–20 August 1998. Edita Ltd, Helsinki, 1: 86‑93.

·        Roosaare, J. and Jaagus, J. 1998. Spatio-temporal reliability of modelled runoff data: the case of WATBAL used for climate change assessment. In: J. Kajander (ed.) XX Nordic Hydrological Conference, Vol. 2. NHP Report N. 44. Helsinki, pp. 596–604. [