Consequences of spatial heterogeneity for ecosystem services in changing forest landscapes: priorities for future research

@article{Turner2012ConsequencesOS,
  title={Consequences of spatial heterogeneity for ecosystem services in changing forest landscapes: priorities for future research},
  author={Monica G. Turner and Daniel Donato and William H. Romme},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={1081-1097}
}
Changes in key drivers (e.g., climate, disturbance regimes and land use) may affect the sustainability of forest landscapes and set the stage for increased tension among competing ecosystem services. We addressed two questions about a suite of supporting, regulating and provisioning ecosystem services in each of two well-studied forest landscapes in the western US: (1) How might the provision of ecosystem services change in the future given anticipated trajectories of climate, disturbance… CONTINUE READING
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