Peter Borgen Sørensen

A spatial assessment of ecosystem services in Europe - Phase II: Methods, case studies and policy analysis & Synthesis Report

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  • Joachim Maes, JRC, Italien
  • Jennifer Hauck, UFZ, Tyskland
  • Maria Luisa Paracchini, JRC, Italien
  • Outi Ratamäki, SYKE, Finland
  • Mette Termansen, Danmark
  • Marta Perez-Soba, Alterra, Holland
  • Leena Kopperoinen, SYKE, Finland
  • Katri Rankinen, SYKE, Finland
  • Jan Philipp Schägner, UFZ, Tyskland
  • Peter Henrys, Lancaster University, Storbritannien
  • Iwona Cisowska, Southhampton University, Storbritannien
  • Marianne Zandersen
  • Kurt Jax, UFZ, Tyskland
  • Alessandra La Notte, CNR-ISAC, Italien
  • Niko Leikola, SYKE, Finland
  • Eija Pouta, MTT, Finland
  • Simon Smart, Lancaster University, Storbritannien
  • Berit Hasler
  • Tuika Lankia
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  • Hans Estrup Andersen
  • Carlo Lavalle, JRC, Italien
  • Tommer Vermaas, Alterra, Holland
  • Mohammed Hussen Alemu
  • Paul Scholefield, CEH, Storbritannien
  • Filipe Batista, JRC, Italien
  • Richard Pywell, CEH, Storbritannien
  • Mike Hutchins, CEH, Storbritannien
  • Morten Blemmer, Institut for Miljø, Samfund og Rumlig Forandring, Danmark
  • Anders Fonnesbech-Wulff, Danmark
  • Adam Vanbergen, CEH, Storbritannien
  • Bernd Münier, Danmark
  • Claudia Baranzelli, JRC, Italien
  • David Roy, CEH, Storbritannien
  • Vincent Thieu, Storbritannien
  • Grazia Zulian, JRC, Italien
  • Mikko Kuussaari, SYKE, Finland
  • Hans Thodsen
  • Eeva-Liisa Alanen, SYKE, Finland
  • Benis Egoh, JRC, Italien
  • Peter Borgen Sørensen
  • Leon Braat, Alterra, Holland
  • Giovanni Bidoglio, JRC, Italien
Mainstreaming ecosystem services in EU decision making processes requires a solid conceptual and methodological framework for mapping and assessing ecosystem services that serve the multiple objectives addressed by policies. The PRESS-2 study (PEER Research on Ecosystem Service – Phase 2) provides such an analytical framework which enables the operationalization of the present scientific knowledge base of environmental data and models for application by the EU and Member States for mapping and assessment of ecosystem services. This study was structured along three strands of work: policy and scenario analysis, mapping and valuation. Linking the maps of ecosystem service supply to monetary valuation allowed an analysis of the expected impact of policy measures on benefits derived from ecosystem services.
The recreation case, which Marianne participated in, presents evidence that millions of people visited forests several times per year and they expressed their willingness to pay to continue doing so. The visitor statistics that were used in this study confirmed the usefulness of the ROS approach (Recreation Opportunity Spectrum) to identify areas in terms of their accessibility and potential to provide recreation services. In addition, PRESS-2 presents a spatial analysis of city population density and green urban areas.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagEuropean Commission, Joint Research Centre
Antal sider215
ISBN (Trykt)978-92-79-25903-6, 978-92-79-25880-0
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-92-79-25879-4, 978-92-79-25879-4
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StatusUdgivet - 2012
SerietitelPEER Report
Nummer4

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  • økosystem tjenester, rumlige analyser, værdisætning, policy analyse, Europa

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