Assessment of multiple ecosystem services in New Zealand at the catchment scale

  title={Assessment of multiple ecosystem services in New Zealand at the catchment scale},
  author={Anne-Gaelle E. Ausseil and John R. Dymond and Miko U F Kirschbaum and Robbie M. Andrew and R. L. Parfitt},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
The ecosystem services approach to resource management considers all services provided by ecosystems to all sections of the community. As such, it could be used to assess sustainability of human development and equity in resource use. To facilitate the approach, tools are required at the level of detail at which policy and management decisions are made. We have developed spatially explicit models of indicators of important ecosystem services in New Zealand: regulation of climate, control of… CONTINUE READING


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