Ecosystem services reference book
Edited by Marion Potschin (University of Nottingham, UK) and Kurt Jax (UFZ, DE)
This reference book is made up of currently 24 individual Synthesis Papers (SPs) generated by the OpenNESS members. The individual SPs have been formally consulted within the entire OpenNESS consortium and hence represent a preliminary but stable document for the OpenNESS consortium defining and elaborating on essential concepts linked to the ecosystem service concept. They have been going through an editorial process including revisions to be checked. The consultation was handled in a transparent way for the consortium and the way the authors responded to the comments/criticism on the original drafts can be found on the OpenNESS extranet.
The SPs are not meant to be a full review on the topic but represent an agreed basis for taking the work of the project forward. Its content may change, however, as the results of OpenNESS emerge. A final version, incorporating all the new material, will be published at the end of the project in 2017.
Terms within the individual SPs are linked to an over 200 words long glossary. Pdf versions of the SPs can be downloaded from the left-hand side of this page.
NOTE THAT THE SPs ARE CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED. FOR THE FINAL VERSION PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE PDF FILE!
The following SPs are published on this website:
Bundles of ecosystem services by P. Berry, F. Turkelboom, W. Verheyden and B. Martín-López
Classification of ecosystem services by R. Haines-Young and M. Potschin
Competitiveness by R. Haines-Young, C. Kretsch and M. Potschin
Ecosystem service trade-offs and synergies by F. Turkelboom, M. Thoonen, S. Jacobs, M. García-Llorente, B. Martín-López and P. Berry
Ecosystem services: a gender perspective by E. Kelemen, M. Potschin, B. Martín-López and G. Pataki
Ecosystem services and human health by C. Kretsch and H. Keune
Ecosystem services and resilience by C. Kretsch and E. Stange
Ecosystem services and social justice by C. Kretsch and E. Kelemen
Ecosystem services and transdisciplinarity by J. Hauck, M. Potschin, S.-R. Saarela, E. Carmen, J. Dick, B. Martín-López, E. Kelemen and H. Keune
Effectiveness by U. Heink, C. Görg and K. Jax
Good governance by C. Görg, H. Keune, E. Primmer and C. Schleyer
Green infrastructure by F. Baró, R. Bugter, E. Gómez-Baggethun, J. Hauck, L. Kopperoinen, C. Liquete and M. Potschin
Human well-being by K. Jax and U. Heink
Indicators for ecosystem services by B. Czúcz and I. Arany
Institutional analysis by E. Primmer, C. Schleyer, G. Bela, I. Bouwma, C. Görg, H. Keune, D. Mortelmans and H. Saarikoski
Link between biodiversity and ecosystem services by R. De Groot, K. Jax and P. Harrison
Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis by H. Saarikoski, D.N. Barton, J. Mustajoki, H. Keune. E. Gomez-Baggethun and J. Langemeyer
Nature-based solutions by M. Potschin, C. Kretsch, R. Haines-Young, E. Furman, P. Berry and F. Baró
Non-monetary valuation by E. Kelemen, M. García-Llorente, G. Pataki, B. Martín-López and E. Gómez-Baggethun
Public goods by C. Kretsch, J. van Dijk and C. Schleyer
Scenario building and its application by J.A. Priess and J. Hauck
Stakeholder involvement by J. Hauck, H. Saarikoski, F. Turkelboom and H. Keune
Sustainable ecosystem management by A. Smith, P. Berry, P. Harrison and S. Jacobs
Thresholds, tipping points and limits by K. Jax
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