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- Bartkowski, Bartosz, et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Ecosystem services 2017 v.28 pp. 264-272
- ecological function; ecosystem services; humans; issues and policy; landscapes; planning
- ... Ecosystem services (ES), the benefits that humans obtain from nature, are of great importance for human well-being. The challenge of meeting the growing human demands for natural resources while sustaining essential ecosystem functions and resilience requires an in-depth understanding of the complex relationships between ES. These conflicting (‘trade-offs’) or synergistic (‘synergies’) relationshi ...
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- Ecosystem services 2018 v.30 pp. 287-298
- agricultural land; biogeography; ecological function; ecosystem services; forage; forest habitats; livestock; recreation; Europe
- ... Recent ‘New Conservation’ approaches called for more ecosystem services (ES) emphasis in conservation. We analysed data from 3757 Natura 2000 special protection areas (SPAs) and translated positive and negative impacts listed by conservation managers into indicators of the use of nine provisioning, regulating and cultural ES. Overall, the use of ES is considered by SPA managers to affect conservat ...