Ecosystem management based on ecosystem services and human activities: a case study in the Yanhe watershed

@article{Su2011EcosystemMB,
  title={Ecosystem management based on ecosystem services and human activities: a case study in the Yanhe watershed},
  author={Changhong Su and Bojie Fu and Yongping Wei and Yihe L{\"u} and Guohua Liu and Daolong Wang and Kebiao Mao and Xiaoming Feng},
  journal={Sustainability Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={17-32}
}
With activities that alter the structure and function of the habitat, humans have a direct impact on ecosystems and ecosystem services, i.e., the conditions and processes that sustain human life. In this study, 35 townships in the Yanhe watershed in the Loess Plateau of China were selected. The net primary production (NPP), carbon sequestration and oxygen production (CSOP), water conservation, and soil conservation were the ecosystem services selected and valuated. Human activity was quantified… CONTINUE READING
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