Modeling benefits from nature: using ecosystem services to inform coastal and marine spatial planning

@inproceedings{Guerry2012ModelingBF,
  title={Modeling benefits from nature: using ecosystem services to inform coastal and marine spatial planning},
  author={Anne D. Guerry and Mary Ruckelshaus and Katie K. Arkema and Joey R Bernhardt and Gregory Guannel and Choong Ki Kim and Matthew Marsik and Michael M Papenfus and Jodie E. Toft and Gregory M. Verutes and Spencer A. Wood and Michael W. Beck and Francis Chan and Kai M. A. Chan and Guy Gelfenbaum and Barry Gold and Benjamin S. Halpern and William Labiosa and S E Lester and Phil S. Levin and Melanie D. McField and Malin L Pinsky and Mark L. Plummer and Stephen Polasky and Peter Ruggiero and David A Sutherland and Heather Tallis and Andrew T Day and Jennifer Spencer},
  year={2012}
}
People around the world are looking to marine ecosystems to provide additional benefits to society. As they consider expanding current uses and investing in new ones, new management approaches are needed that will sustain the delivery of the diverse benefits that people want and need. An ecosystem services framework provides metrics for assessing the quantity, quality, and value of benefits obtained from different portfolios of uses. Such a framework has been developed for assessments on land… CONTINUE READING

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