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Title: The Ecosystem Services framework and the concept of Landscape: towards holistic territorial approaches linking pattern, processes and people across Europe.
Authors: Morenés, José Muñoz-Rojas
Pinto-Correia, M.T.
Angelstam, A.
Elbakidze, M.
Díaz-Maroto
Keywords: Landscape Services
Territorial Approaches
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Ghent University-IALE
Citation: Morenés, José Muñoz-Rojas; Pinto-Correia, M.T.; Angelstam, A.; Elbakidze, M.; Díaz-Maroto. The Ecosystem Services framework and the concept of Landscape: towards holistic territorial approaches linking pattern, processes and people across Europe. , Trabalho apresentado em IALE 2017 European Landscape Ecology Conference-From Pattern and Process to People and Action, In IALE 2017 European Landscape Ecology Conference-From Pattern and Process to People and Action, Ghent, 2018.
Abstract: Ecosystem Services aim to embed ecological goals onto political-economic decisions. However, they fail to capture the complexity in social-ecological interactions, leading to fragmented land-use decision-making and valuation. Consideration of landscape´s multiple dimensions represents a pathway forward. This symposium will discuss the advantages and limitations of the concept of landscape, and of landscape ecology, to facilitate the contribution of the Ecosystem Services framework towards devising holistic territorial approaches that can underpin sustainability by better linking together pattern, processes and people.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/23551
Type: article
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