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Title: LTSER platforms as a place-based transdisciplinary research infrastructure: learning landscape approach through evaluation
Authors: Angelstam, Per
Manton, Michael
Elbakidze, Marine
Sijtsma, Frans
Adamescu, Mihai Cristian
Avni, Noa
Beja, Pedro
Bezak, Peter
Zyablikova, Iryna
Cruz, Fatima
Bretagnolle, Vincent
Díaz-Delgado, Ricardo
Ens, Bruno
Fedoriak, Mariia
Flaim, Giovanna
Gingrich, Simone
Lavi-Neeman, Miri
Medinets, Sergey
Melecis, Viesturs
Muñoz-Rojas, Jose
Schäckermann, Jessica
Stocker-Kiss, Andrea
Setälä, Heikki
Stryamets, Natalie
Taka, Maija
Tallec, Gaelle
Tappeiner, Ulrike
Törnblom, Johan
Yamelynets, Taras
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Angelstam, Per; Manton, Michael; Elbakidze, Marine; Sijtsma, Frans; Adamescu, Mihai Cristian; Avni, Noa; Beja, Pedro; Bezak, Peter; Zyablikova, Iryna; Cruz, Fatima; Bretagnolle, Vincent; Díaz-Delgado, Ricardo; Ens, Bruno; Fedoriak, Mariia; Flaim, Giovanna; Gingrich, Simone; Lavi-Neeman, Miri; Medinets, Sergey; Melecis, Viesturs; Muñoz-Rojas, Jose; Schäckermann, Jessica; Stocker-Kiss, Andrea; Setälä, Heikki; Stryamets, Natalie; Taka, Maija; Tallec, Gaelle; Tappeiner, Ulrike; Törnblom, Johan; Yamelynets, Taras. LTSER platforms as a place-based transdisciplinary research infrastructure: learning landscape approach through evaluation, Landscape Ecology, 2018, x, 1-24, 2018.
Abstract: Natural capital is an essential foundation for human well-being (De Groot et al. 2010). The ecosystem services framework was developed with the aim to improve inclusion of natural capital into political and economic decision making across governance levels (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment 2005). However, fragmented policy, governance and land ownership are obstacles for multifunctional land management and spatial planning (e.g., Mun˜oz-Rojas et al. 2015; Beza´k et al. 2017; Garrido et al. 2017; Naumov et al. 2018). To complement the ecosystem services approach as an advocacy tool in land use policy, governance and planning, implementation on the ground requires skills to navigate the complexity of interactions within landscapes as social–ecological systems.
URI: 0921-2973
http://hdl.handle.net/10174/23847
Type: article
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