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Scientific instruments for climate change adaptation: estimating and optimizing the efficiency of ecosystem service provision

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Villa, F.; Bagstad, K.; Johnson, G.; Voigt, B. (2011). Scientific instruments for climate change adaptation: estimating and optimizing the efficiency of ecosystem service provision. 83-98. https://doi.org/10.7201/earn.2011.01.04

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Title: Scientific instruments for climate change adaptation: estimating and optimizing the efficiency of ecosystem service provision
Secondary Title: Herramientas científicas para la adaptación al cambio climático: Estimo y optimización de la eficiencia de provisión de los servicios de ecosistemas
Author: Villa, Ferdinando Bagstad, Ken Johnson, Gary Voigt, Brian
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[EN] Adaptation to the consequences of climate change can depend on efficient use of ecosys tem services (ES), i.e. a better use of natural services through management of the way in which they are delivered to society. ...[+]


[ES] Adaptación a las consecuencias del cambioclimático puede depender de un uso eficiente de los servicios de los ecosistemas (SE): un mejor uso de los servicios naturales a través del manejo de la forma en que se entregan ...[+]
Subjects: Servicios de ecosistemas , Análisis de flujo , Modelación Bayesiana , Análisis espacial , Ecosystem services , Flow analysis , Bayesian modeling , Spatial analysis
Copyrigths: Reserva de todos los derechos
DOI: 10.7201/earn.2011.01.04
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.7201/earn.2011.01.04
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NSF/9982938
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Funding for this work was provided by the US National Science Foundation, grant 9982938. An initial marine component was funded by UNEP-WCMC. We thank the ARIES partner organizations of Conservation International (CI) and ...[+]
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