Practical solutions for bottlenecks in ecosystem services mapping

I. Palomo (Corresponding Author), L. Willemen, E.G. Drakou, B. Burkhard, Neville D. Crossman, Chloe Bellamy, Kremena Burkhard, Sylvie Campagne, Anuja Dangol, Jonas Franke, Sylwia Kulczyk, Solen Le Clec'h , Dania Abdul Malak, Lorena Munoz, Vytautas Naruševičius, Sam Ottoy, Jennifer Roelens, Louise Sing, Amy Thomas, Koenraad Van MeerbeekPeter Verweij

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Ecosystem services (ES) mapping is becoming mainstream in many sustainability
assessments, but its impact on real world decision-making is still limited. Robustness, end user relevance and transparency have been identified as key attributes needed for effective ES mapping. However, these requirements are not always met due to multiple challenges, referred to here as bottlenecks, that scientists, practitioners, policy makers and users from other public and private sectors encounter along the mapping process.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere20713
Number of pages17
JournalOne Ecosystem: ecology and sustainability data journal
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2018




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