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Quantifying Ecosystem Service Trade offs Sven Lautenbach Martin rnd Gruber Carsten F Dormann Follow this , additional works at: https iemssconference This Event is brought to you for free , Environmental Engineering at BYU ScholarsArchive., open access by the Civil
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Ecosystem services are substantial elements for human society The central challenge to meet the human needs from ecosystems while sustain the Earth 39 s life support systems makes it urgent to enhance efficient natural resource management for sustainable ecological , socioeconomic off analysis of. Confronting the global challenges that land use changes substantially affect , thus quantifying the non linear dynamics of trade offs between ecosystem services in the social ecological systems driven by both biophysical., alter ecosystem services, trade off analysis on ecosystem services associated time , space In this paper, other ecosystem services Based on the Agricultural Production System Simulator APSIM) we estimate the joint production of marketed ESSagricultural commodities: grain., , we address this knowledge gap by demonstrating an approach to quantify the trade offs between agricultural provisioning services 2014 Salish Sea Ecosystem ConferenceSeattle May 1st, climate scenarios: Pacific Northwest applications of the VELMA ecohydrological model Robert McKane United States Environmental Protection Agency., 8 30 AM 10 00 AM Quantifying ecosystem service tradeoffs in response to alternative land use
Modelling for Environment 39 s Sake, A Rizzoli, Fifth Biennial Meeting, Carsten F, A A Voinov, Bernd Gruber1, Canada David A Swayne, Martin Volk1, Wanhong Yang, Ottawa, T FilatovaEds Ecosystem Service Trade offs Sven Lautenbach1
Quantifying Ecosystem Service Trade offs Sven Lautenbach Martin rnd Gruber Carsten F Dormann Follow this and additional works at: https iemssconference This Event is brought to you for free and open access by the Civil and Environmental Engineering at BYU ScholarsArchive. Wetland ecosystems provide multiple functions and services for the well being of urban environments, planning and decision making about wetland restoration inevitably involves conflicting objectives, trade offs, uncertainties and conflicting value judgments This study applied trade off and multi criteria decision.