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Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda
Cultural ecosystem services (ES) are consistently recognized but not yet adequately defined or integrated within the ES framework. A substantial body of models, methods, and data relevant to culturalExpand
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An approach to the acoustic design of outdoor space
This paper focuses on soundscape planning, or acoustic design, in the planning and management of open space in both urban and non‐urban areas. It is based on notions, promoted over several decades,Expand
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Exploring empirical typologies of human–nature relationships and linkages to the ecosystem services concept
Abstract The ways people relate to their environment are recognized as relevant to landscape sustainability efforts and policies. Contemporary human–nature relationship concepts have historical andExpand
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Integration of bio-physical and economic models to analyze management intensity and landscape structure effects at farm and landscape level
We present an integrated spatially explicit land use modeling framework, which integrates two key components of agricultural systems, the bio-physical production system and the management system, byExpand
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Co-production of knowledge in transdisciplinary doctoral theses on landscape development—An analysis of actor roles and knowledge types in different research phases
Transdisciplinarity as a new paradigm in research on societal, landscape and environmental change is characterised by the integration of scientific and non-academic knowledge for complex problemExpand
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Methods for Visitor Monitoring in Recreational and Protected Areas : An Overview
The objective of this paper is to present a systematic overview on methods used for visitor monitoring in recreational areas. Emphasis is given on quantitative methods such as direct observation,Expand
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A model integrating social-cultural concepts of nature into frameworks of interaction between social and natural systems
Existing frameworks for analysing interactions between social and natural systems (e.g. Social-Ecological Systems framework, Ecosystem Services concept) do not sufficiently consider andExpand
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Benefits, efforts and risks of participants in landscape co-management: an analytical framework and results from two case studies in Austria.
Participatory processes in general and also in relation to managing landscape issues are gathering importance mostly due to arguments surrounding legitimacy and effectiveness in decision-making. TheExpand
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Potential and limitations of GPS tracking for monitoring spatial and temporal aspects of visitor behaviour in recreational areas
The application of satellite based navigation systems such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) to record spatial/temporal aspects of visitor behaviour has received more attention in recent years.Expand
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Initiating transdisciplinarity in academic case study teaching
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe experiences with the initiation of transdisciplinarity in academic case study teaching with special reference to regional planning, based on theExpand
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