Temporal patterns in ecosystem services research: A review and three recommendations

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Temporal patterns in ecosystem services research : A review and three recommendations. / Rau, Anna-Lena; Burkhardt, Verena; Dorninger, Christian; Hjort, Cecilia; Ibe, Karin; Keßler, Lisa; Kristensen, Jeppe A.; McRobert, Andrew; Sidemo-Holm, William; Zimmermann, Heike; Abson, David; Wehrden, Henrik; Ekroos, Johan.

in: Ambio : a Journal of the human environment, Jahrgang 49, Nr. 8, 01.08.2020, S. 1377-1393.

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title = "Temporal patterns in ecosystem services research: A review and three recommendations",
abstract = "Temporal aspects of ecosystem services have gained surprisingly little attention given that ecosystem service flows are not static but change over time. We present the first systematic review to describe and establish how studies have assessed temporal patterns in supply and demand of ecosystem services. 295 studies, 2% of all studies engaging with the ecosystem service concept, considered changes in ecosystem services over time. Changes were mainly characterised as monotonic and linear (81%), rather than non-linear or through system shocks. Further, a lack of focus of changing ecosystem service demand (rather than supply) hampers our understanding of the temporal patterns of ecosystem services provision and use. Future studies on changes in ecosystem services over time should (1) more explicitly study temporal patterns, (2) analyse trade-offs and synergies between services over time, and (3) integrate changes in supply and demand and involve and empower stakeholders in temporal ecosystem services research.",
keywords = "Ecosystems Research, ecosystem services dynamics, Ecosystem services supply, Linear change, Periodic change, Stakeholder involvement",
author = "Anna-Lena Rau and Verena Burkhardt and Christian Dorninger and Cecilia Hjort and Karin Ibe and Lisa Ke{\ss}ler and Kristensen, {Jeppe A.} and Andrew McRobert and William Sidemo-Holm and Heike Zimmermann and David Abson and Henrik Wehrden and Johan Ekroos",
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T2 - A review and three recommendations

AU - Rau, Anna-Lena

AU - Burkhardt, Verena

AU - Dorninger, Christian

AU - Hjort, Cecilia

AU - Ibe, Karin

AU - Keßler, Lisa

AU - Kristensen, Jeppe A.

AU - McRobert, Andrew

AU - Sidemo-Holm, William

AU - Zimmermann, Heike

AU - Abson, David

AU - Wehrden, Henrik

AU - Ekroos, Johan

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AB - Temporal aspects of ecosystem services have gained surprisingly little attention given that ecosystem service flows are not static but change over time. We present the first systematic review to describe and establish how studies have assessed temporal patterns in supply and demand of ecosystem services. 295 studies, 2% of all studies engaging with the ecosystem service concept, considered changes in ecosystem services over time. Changes were mainly characterised as monotonic and linear (81%), rather than non-linear or through system shocks. Further, a lack of focus of changing ecosystem service demand (rather than supply) hampers our understanding of the temporal patterns of ecosystem services provision and use. Future studies on changes in ecosystem services over time should (1) more explicitly study temporal patterns, (2) analyse trade-offs and synergies between services over time, and (3) integrate changes in supply and demand and involve and empower stakeholders in temporal ecosystem services research.

KW - Ecosystems Research

KW - ecosystem services dynamics

KW - Ecosystem services supply

KW - Linear change

KW - Periodic change

KW - Stakeholder involvement

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DO - 10.1007/s13280-019-01292-w

M3 - Scientific review articles

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JO - Ambio : a Journal of the human environment

JF - Ambio : a Journal of the human environment

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