Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda.

@article{Daniel2012ContributionsOC,
  title={Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda.},
  author={Terry Daniel and Andreas Muhar and Arne Arnberger and Olivier Aznar and James W. Boyd and Kai M. A. Chan and Robert Costanza and Thomas Elmqvist and Courtney G. Flint and Paul H. Gobster and Adrienne Gr{\^e}t-Regamey and Rebecca A. Lave and Susanne Muhar and Marianne Penker and Robert G. Ribe and Thomas Schauppenlehner and Thomas Sikor and Ihor P. Soloviy and Marja Spierenburg and Karolina Taczanowska and Jordan Tam and Andreas von der Dunk},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 23},
  pages={
          8812-9
        }
}
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 cultural services has been developed within the social and behavioral sciences before and outside of the ES approach. A selective review of work in landscape aesthetics, cultural heritage, outdoor recreation, and spiritual significance demonstrates opportunities for operationally defining cultural services… CONTINUE READING

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