The EBM-DPSER Conceptual Model: Integrating Ecosystem Services into the DPSIR Framework

@inproceedings{Kelble2013TheEC,
  title={The EBM-DPSER Conceptual Model: Integrating Ecosystem Services into the DPSIR Framework},
  author={Christopher R. Kelble and Dave K. Loomis and Susan Lovelace and William K. Nuttle and Peter Ortner and Pamela Fletcher and Geoffrey S. Cook and Jerry J. Lorenz and Joseph N. Boyer},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
There is a pressing need to integrate biophysical and human dimensions science to better inform holistic ecosystem management supporting the transition from single species or single-sector management to multi-sector ecosystem-based management. Ecosystem-based management should focus upon ecosystem services, since they reflect societal goals, values, desires, and benefits. The inclusion of ecosystem services into holistic management strategies improves management by better capturing the… CONTINUE READING
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