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GIS Training & EcoSpatial E-learning

To meet the growing demand for subject-specific and relevant GIS training courses Westcountry Rivers Trust have developed a series of intensive GIS short-courses specifically tailored to develop and disseminate best practice and technical GIS skills in the use of GIS, in practitioners engaged in

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OpenNESS Synthesis paper: Institutional analysis

When conducting the OpenNESS analyses, it is important to recognise the institutional context of ecosystem management and governance. Identifying the institutional context allows us to understand what has produced the current management systems and which institutions will condition the future

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Study on specific design elements of biodiversity offsets: Biodiversity metrics and mechanisms for securing long term conservation benefits

The EU's biodiversity strategy specifies a target to halt the loss of biodiversity by 2020. A No Net Loss initiative is an important component of the EU's strategy to achieve this. In accordance with the mitigation hierarchy, it will seek to strengthen efforts to first avoid, then

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EFISCEN

EFISCEN is a large-scale forest model that projects forest resource development on regional to European scale, based on detailed national forest inventory data and scenarios. These scenarios are mainly determined by management actions, but the model can also take into account changes in forest area

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Method Factsheet - Photoseries Analysis

Revealed preference for Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES) and spatially-explicit data on location for nearby CES provision can be obtained from popular social networks. Photoseries databases can be acquired from photo-sharing websites such as Flickr, Panoramio and Instagram. The analysis of

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OPERAs D4.3 Synthesis report on the operational potential of ES/NC instruments

This report is the synthesis deliverable of WP4 and thus brings together the overarching message of experiences and results of the joint WP4 Instruments work. It is aimed at those developing ES and NC instruments, or those considering funding the development of such instruments, in order to ensure

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Method Factsheet - Simple Matrix Approach

Matrix Approaches are a quick and simple way to get an overall spatially-explicit picture of the ES in case study areas. The method is based on the idea of linking tabular spreadsheet data and spatial data together, i.e. joining external datasets to spatial units to create maps. The spreadsheet

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Cost Benefit Analysis (iodine): Land-use typologies for strategic planning

The tool is intended to be used primarily for strategic planning (thinking about different management scenarios), for developing business cases, for reporting impacts, and for supporting instrument design. It is best applied at a broad scale. It is not suited to detailed analysis of short-term or

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Collaborative decision-analytic framework to maximize resilience of tidal marshes to climate change

The article describes an application of collaborative decision analysis with a diverse team of stakeholders who preserve, manage, or restore tidal marshes across the San Francisco Bay estuary, USA, as a case study. A Bayesian decision network revealed that a strategy considering sea-level rise and

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Helping Ecosystems in Europe to adapt to climate change

This report summarises much of the work done by, and for, the Climate Change Group of the European Network of Heads of Nature Conservation Agencies (ENCA) between 2011 and 2013.

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Policy Brief: EU bioenergy policies at the crossroad

The policy brief summarizes policy messages on bioenergy production in the EU

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OpenNESS Synthesis paper: Nature-based solutions

The idea of 'nature-based solutions' (NBS) is now being used to reframe policy debates on biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies, and the sustainable use of natural resources, among other issues. While interesting and potentially useful for those

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OPERAs Wine Exemplar Summary

Summarizes the work of the OPERAs Wine Exemplar, including researchers and stakeholders involved, tools used, and publications and outreach materials produced.

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Integrating stakeholder perspectives into environmental planning through social valuation of ecosystem services: Guidance and Prototype Applications

Social – or socio-cultural – valuation of ecosystem services is the process of discovering what ecosystem services people value and how important they are to them. Here, you find GUIDANCE to set up your own social valuation study and a illustrative PROTOTYPE APPLICATIONS to learn from.

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Identifying and analyzing stakeholders of ecosystem services

A short presentation showing an overview of the way stakeholders where identified and weighted at the urban hybrid dune exemplar in Barcelona, forming part of the OPERAs project.

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Defining and Assessing Success in Mainstreaming

This background paper draws on reviews of the mainstreaming targets and indicators of selected NBSAPs from countries at different stages of their mainstreaming process, and the approaches to assessing the success of mainstreaming biodiversity and other issues into development. Recommendations are

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GIZ ValuES - Method Profile: Scoping ecosystem services for impact assessment (WRI)

This manual for scoping ecosystem services is related to impact assessments. It enables the identification of key ecosystem services that could be impacted by or could constrain the successful implementation of projects at a point when they can still be modified. The complete manual covers six

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European Long-Term Ecosystem and Socio-Ecological Research Infrastructure (eLTER H2020)

The overall aim of the eLTER project is to advance the European network of Long-Term Ecosystem Research sites and socio-ecological research platforms to provide highest quality services for multiple use of a distributed research infrastructure.

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Wood production maps for European forests

The European Forest Institute, in cooperation with Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin and VU University Amsterdam, developed a set of high-resolution wood production maps for European forests. The maps contain predicted volumes of wood production, based on statistics collected for 29 European countries

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TESSA - Toolkit for Ecosystem Services Site-based Assessment

The TESSA toolkit provides practical guidance for measuring ecosystem services at the site scale.It effectively communicates the results to aid decision-making on a local level,which is an area existing tools have had limited applicability.TESSA provides scientifically robust information and a

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