Identifying priority areas for ecosystem service management in South African grasslands.

@article{Egoh2011IdentifyingPA,
  title={Identifying priority areas for ecosystem service management in South African grasslands.},
  author={Benis N. Egoh and Belinda Reyers and Mathieu Rouget and David M. Richardson},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2011},
  volume={92 6},
  pages={1642-50}
}
Grasslands provide many ecosystem services required to support human well-being and are home to a diverse fauna and flora. Degradation of grasslands due to agriculture and other forms of land use threaten biodiversity and ecosystem services. Various efforts are underway around the world to stem these declines. The Grassland Programme in South Africa is one such initiative and is aimed at safeguarding both biodiversity and ecosystem services. As part of this developing programme, we identified… CONTINUE READING
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