Ecosystem services and environmental decision making: seeking order in complexity.

@article{Apitz2013EcosystemSA,
  title={Ecosystem services and environmental decision making: seeking order in complexity.},
  author={Sabine E. Apitz},
  journal={Integrated environmental assessment and management},
  year={2013},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={214-30}
}
The Ecosystem Service Paradigm (EsSP) is increasingly a component or even an underlying principle of environmental policy, legislation and management internationally. The EsSP can be used to define links between human activities and ecosystems, and ecosystems and the services that in turn support and sustain those and other activities; this information can then be used to evaluate, justify or optimize decisions. However, how EsS within various practical applications and frameworks are applied… CONTINUE READING
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