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Down to future: Transplanted mountain meadows react with increasing phytomass or shifting species composition
Manipulative approaches under natural conditions are fundamental for understanding impacts of climate warming on grassland (agro-) ecosystems. In this paper we present 3 years of data from two simultaneously conducted ...
Mapping the ecosystem service delivery chain: Capacity, flow, and demand pertaining to aesthetic experiences in mountain landscapes
Accounting for the spatial connectivity between the provision of ecosystem services (ES) and their beneficiaries (supply–benefit chain) is fundamental to understanding ecosystem functioning and its management. However, the ...
Indigenous livestock breeds as indicators for cultural ecosystem services: A spatial analysis within the Alpine Space
Great changes have occurred in livestock management in recent decades that have been due to increased specialization and mechanization. In combination with a strong focus on high-yielding breeds and breeds that mainly offer ...
Using land use/land cover trajectories to uncover ecosystem service patterns across the Alps
Managing multiple ecosystem services (ES) in agricultural landscapes is a challenging task, especially in regions with complex topographical and agro-ecological conditions. These challenges require ES assessment approaches ...
Mapping ecosystem services potential in Lithuania
This research presents a geographic information systems (GIS)-based method for ecosystem services (ES) potential assessment in a case study for the Lithuanian national territory. The ES potential was assessed for 31 CORINE ...
Integrating supply, flow and demand to enhance the understanding of interactions among multiple ecosystem services
A comprehensive understanding of the relationships among ecosystem services (ES) is important for landscape management, decision-making and policy development, but interactions among multiple ES remain under-researched. ...