Benefit relevant indicators: Ecosystem services measures that link ecological and social outcomes

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Last Updated September 10, 2018, 15:43 (Europe/Berlin)
Created July 26, 2018, 12:19 (Europe/Berlin)
E-mail marta.arenas@imdea.org
Language Eng
Original language English
Abstract A new type of indicator that explicitly reflects an ecosystem’s capacity to provide benefits to society, ensuring that ecosystem service assessments measure outcomes that are demonstrably and directly relevant to human welfare.
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Free keywords Natural capital, Environmental accounting, Indicators, Ecosystem service valuation, Socio-ecological systems
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Responsible party Organisation: Elsevier
Role: Publisher
Related publications Olander Lydia P., Robert J. Johnston, Heather Tallis, James Kagan, Lynn A. Maguire, Stephen Polasky, Dean Urban, James Boyd, Lisa Wainger, and Margaret Palmer (2018). "Benefit relevant indicators: Ecosystem services measures that link ecological and social outcomes." Ecological Indicators 85: 1262-1272.
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