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This presentation will illustrate how bottom-up, participatory (social) mapping of perceived ecosystem services (ES) supply can contribute to ES mapping and integrated ES assessment. Based on sketched locations of the, to respondents, most important ES at the local scale, we described the perceived ES distribution with social landscape indicators derived from landscape ecological indicators. The social landscape indicators can be applied to map the overlap of social ES hotspots with ES hotspots based on more traditional biophysical modelling and ecological inventories (including Natura2000 sites). We present indicators pointing to conflicting ES and ES perceived to be at risk. Finally, we discuss how integrating social mapping with other ES mapping approaches can result in better-supported ES mapping and in mainstreaming ES governance in planning, policy and practice.
|Title of host publication||Nature and Urban Wellbeing conference - abstract book|
|Publication status||Published - 19 May 2015|
|Event||ALTERNET Nature and Urban Wellbeing conference - Nature-based solutions to Societal Challenges - Ghent, Belgium|
Duration: 19 May 2015 → 20 May 2015
|Conference||ALTERNET Nature and Urban Wellbeing conference - Nature-based solutions to Societal Challenges|
|Period||19/05/15 → 20/05/15|
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Leys, M., De Vreese, R., Van Herzele, A., Dendoncker, N., Dendoncker, N., Francois, L. & Devillet, G.
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