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VII // Contents // 1 Ecosystem Services (ES): More than Just a Vogue Term?... 1 // 2 Development and Fundamentals of the ES Approach... 13 // 2.1 Key Terms... 14 // 2.2 ES in Retrospect... 19 // 2.3 Values and Services of Nature for Humans... 25 // References... 31 // 3 Conceptual Framework... 35 // 3.1 Properties, Potentials and Services of Ecosystems... 36 // 3.1.1 The Cascade Model in the TEEB Study... 36 // 3.1.2 The EPPS Framework... 36 // 3.1.3 The Application of the EPPS Framework-The Example ’Mountain Meadow’... 44 // 3.2 Classification of ES... 45 // 3.2.1 Introduction... 45 // 3.2.2 Provisioning Services... 46 // 3.2.3 Regulation Services... 46 // 3.2.4 Sociocultural Services... 46 // 3.2.5 Additional Classification Aspects... 49 // 3.3 Space and Time Aspects of ES... 53 // 3.3.1 Fundamentals, Control Scheme... 53 // 3.3.2 Case Study: EU-Water Framework Directive (WFD) and ES... 59 // 3.4 Landscape Services... 65 // References... 69 // 4 Ascertainment and Assessment of ES... 75 // 4.1 Indicators and Quantification Approaches... 76 // 4.1.1 Introduction... 76 // 4.1.2 Ecosystem Service Supply and Demand Assessment at the Landscape Scale-the ’Matrix’— 77 // 4.1.3 Conclusions and Outlook... 82 // 4.2 Approaches to the Economic Valuation of Natural Assets... 85 // 4.2.1 Principles of Economic Valuation... 85 // 4.2.2 The Total Economic Value... 90 // 4.2.3 Valuation Methods and Techniques... 91 // 4.2.4 Conclusion... ?? // 4.3 Scenario-Development and Participative Methods...
104 // 4.3.1 Basics and Fields of Application... 104 // 4.3.2 Frameworkof Scenario Development... 105 // 4.3.3 Participation and the Case Study Görlitz... 108 // 4.4 Complex Analyses, Evaluation and Modelling of ES... 110 // 4.4.1 Background... HO // 4.4.2 Energy Crop Production-? Complex Problem for Assessing ES... 112 // 4.4.3 Application of Models of InVEST to Assess Ecosystem Services... 118 // 4.5 Communicating ES... 126 // Vlil // Contents // 4.5.1 The Importance of Communication... 126 // 4.5.2 ’Ecosystem Services’as an Umbrella Term for Communicative Intent... 127 // 4.5.3 Government and the Market Instead of Communications?... 128 // 4.5.4 Communications Efforts as an Approach to the Shaping of Environmental Sciences... 129 // References... 136 // 5 Governing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Provision... 145 // 5.1 Policy Mixes for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Service Management... 146 // 5.1.1 Why Use a Policy Mix?... 146 // 5.1.2 AWell-EquippedToolboxof Policy Instruments... 147 // 5.1.3 Assessing Instruments for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Service // Management in Policy Mixes... 148 // 5.2 Selected Financial Mechanisms: Payments for Ecosystem Services and // Ecological Fiscal Transfers... 155 // 5.2.1 Payments for Ecosystem Services... 156 // 5.2.2 Ecological Fiscal Transfers... 160 // 5.3 Integrating the Concept of Ecosystem Services into Landscape Planning... 165 // 5.3.1 Linking Ecosystem Services with the Landscape Plan... 166 // 5.3.2
Implementation in Practice-Testing the Example of the Service’Erosion Protection’. 167 // 5.4 Governance in Nature Conservation... 172 // 5.4.1 Governance and Protection of Biodiversity... 172 // 5.4.2 The Project GEM-CON-BIO... 173 // References... 180 // 6 Land Use, Maintenance and Protection to Ensure ES... 185 // 6.1 Concept for the Selection of Case Studies... 187 // 6.2 Assessment of Selected Services of Agro-Ecosystems... 189 // 6.2.1 Introduction... 189 // 6.2.2 Agri-Environmental Measures: The AEMBAC Methodology... 189 // 6.2.3 Agro-economic Evaluation of Landscape Plans... 196 // 6.2.4 Species-Rich Grassland Services... 200 // 6.3 Economic Benefit Valuation of the Influence of a Forest Conversion // Programme on Ecosystem Services in the Northeastern Lowlands of Germany... 208 // 6.3.1 Introduction... 208 // 6.3.2 Raw Wood Production... 209 // 6.3.3 Carbon Sequestration... 211 // 6.3.4 Scenic Beauty and Recreation Values... 212 // 6.3.5 Synopsis and Discussion... 213 // 6.4 Urban Ecosystem Services: Leipzig as a Case Study... 216 // 6.4.1 Urban Ecosystem Services and Urban Land Use: A Complex Nexus... 217 // 6.4.2 An Example of Local Climate Regulation... 218 // 6.4.3 An Example of Flood Regulation... 218 // 6.4.4 An Example of Carbon Sequestration in the Urban Area-Reducing the Ecological // Backpackof the City?... 220 // 6.4.5 An Example of the Recreational and Nature Experience... 221 // 6.5 Cultural Landscapes and their Ecosystem Services... 224 // 6.5.1 The Example
of Orchard Meadows in the Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve... 224 // Contents // IX // 6.5.2 Calculation of Landscape Management Measures and Costs... 231 // 6.6 Specific Nature Protection and Development Strategies... 240 // 6.6.1 Nature Conservation and Ecosystem Services... 240 // 6.6.2 Soil and Water Protection... 258 // 6.6.3 Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services-The Case of Wetland Restoration // Along the German Elbe River... 264 // 6.6.4 Peatland Use in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany: Monetarization of the // Ecosystem Service Climate Protection... 273 // 6.7 Systematisation of the Case Studies... 280 // References... 283 // 7 Recommendations and Outlook... 293 // 7.1 Work Steps for the Analysis and Evaluation of ES... 294 // 7.2 Future Challenges Regarding ES... 299 // References... 304 // Index... 307

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