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Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation

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Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation. / Riis, Tenna; Kelly-Quinn, Mary; Aguiar, Francisca C.; Manolaki, Paraskevi; Bruno, Daniel; Bejarano, María D.; Clerici, Nicola; Fernandes, María Rosário; Franco, José C.; Pettit, Neil; Portela, Ana P.; Tammeorg, Olga; Tammeorg, Priit; Rodríguez-González, Patricia M.; Dufour, Simon.

I: BioScience, Bind 70, Nr. 6, 06.2020, s. 501-514.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Riis, T, Kelly-Quinn, M, Aguiar, FC, Manolaki, P, Bruno, D, Bejarano, MD, Clerici, N, Fernandes, MR, Franco, JC, Pettit, N, Portela, AP, Tammeorg, O, Tammeorg, P, Rodríguez-González, PM & Dufour, S 2020, 'Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation', BioScience, bind 70, nr. 6, s. 501-514. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa041

APA

Riis, T., Kelly-Quinn, M., Aguiar, F. C., Manolaki, P., Bruno, D., Bejarano, M. D., Clerici, N., Fernandes, M. R., Franco, J. C., Pettit, N., Portela, A. P., Tammeorg, O., Tammeorg, P., Rodríguez-González, P. M., & Dufour, S. (2020). Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation. BioScience, 70(6), 501-514. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa041

CBE

Riis T, Kelly-Quinn M, Aguiar FC, Manolaki P, Bruno D, Bejarano MD, Clerici N, Fernandes MR, Franco JC, Pettit N, Portela AP, Tammeorg O, Tammeorg P, Rodríguez-González PM, Dufour S. 2020. Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation. BioScience. 70(6):501-514. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa041

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Riis T, Kelly-Quinn M, Aguiar FC, Manolaki P, Bruno D, Bejarano MD o.a. Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation. BioScience. 2020 jun;70(6):501-514. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa041

Author

Riis, Tenna ; Kelly-Quinn, Mary ; Aguiar, Francisca C. ; Manolaki, Paraskevi ; Bruno, Daniel ; Bejarano, María D. ; Clerici, Nicola ; Fernandes, María Rosário ; Franco, José C. ; Pettit, Neil ; Portela, Ana P. ; Tammeorg, Olga ; Tammeorg, Priit ; Rodríguez-González, Patricia M. ; Dufour, Simon. / Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation. I: BioScience. 2020 ; Bind 70, Nr. 6. s. 501-514.

Bibtex

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title = "Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation",
abstract = "Fluvial riparian vegetation (RV) links fluvial and terrestrial ecosystems. It is under significant pressure from anthropogenic activities, and, therefore, the management and restoration of RV are increasingly important worldwide. RV has been investigated from different perspectives, so knowledge on its structure and function is widely distributed. An important step forward is to convert existing knowledge into an overview easily accessible-for example, for use in decision-making and management. We aim to provide an overview of ecosystem services provided by RV by adopting a structured approach to identify the ecosystem services, describe their characteristics, and rank the importance of each service. We evaluate each service within four main riparian vegetation types adopting a global perspective to derive a broad concept. Subsequently, we introduce a guided framework for use in RV management based on our structured approach. We also identify knowledge gaps and evaluate the opportunities an ecosystem service approach offers to RV management.",
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AU - Bejarano, María D.

AU - Clerici, Nicola

AU - Fernandes, María Rosário

AU - Franco, José C.

AU - Pettit, Neil

AU - Portela, Ana P.

AU - Tammeorg, Olga

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AU - Rodríguez-González, Patricia M.

AU - Dufour, Simon

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KW - Restoration

KW - Riparian ecology

KW - Riparian management

KW - Rivers

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