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Value-added conservation: Optimizing landscapes for ecosystem services

A Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers LCC 2014 Funding Opportunity Project

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Creation
2014-07-30 07:52:14
Last Update
2017-09-22 16:35:15
Start Date
2014-10-01
End Date
2016-09-30
Start Date
2014-10-01 23:39:30
End Date
2016-09-30 23:39:30

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Bonnie Keeler(Principal Investigator), Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers LCC data manager(Point of Contact), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), World Wildlife Fund(Cooperator/Partner), The Nature Conservancy(Cooperator/Partner), 2014-07-30(creation), 2017-09-22(lastUpdate), 2014-10-01(Start), 2016-09-30(End), Value-added conservation: Optimizing landscapes for ecosystem services, http://www.eartheconomics.org/FileLibrary/file/Midwest/Earth%20Economics_Middle%20Cedar%20River_ESV_2012.pdf

Summary

Despite growing interest in ecosystem services and multi-functional landscapes, there are still relatively few examples of projects that assess the delivery of multiple goods and services and evaluate how multi-objective conservation strategies can improve outcomes relative to single-objective or species-centric approaches (Boody et al. 2005). Quantifying the impact of conservation on the delivery of multiple ecosystem services and habitat values requires specialized expertise and extensive data collection. Even with robust biophysical and habitat models, relating these models to impacts on individuals and communities is challenging and requires interdisciplinary approaches. In addition to modeling and data hurdles, there are implementation [...]

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valueDespite growing interest in ecosystem services and multi-functional landscapes, there are still relatively few examples of projects that assess the delivery of multiple goods and services and evaluate how multi-objective conservation strategies can improve outcomes relative to single-objective or species-centric approaches (Boody et al. 2005). Quantifying the impact of conservation on the delivery of multiple ecosystem services and habitat values requires specialized expertise and extensive data collection. Even with robust biophysical and habitat models, relating these models to impacts on individuals and communities is challenging and requires interdisciplinary approaches. In addition to modeling and data hurdles, there are implementation [...]
projectStatusCompleted

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year2014
fundingSources
amount86040.0
recipientUniversity of Minnesota
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds86040.0
totalFunds86040.0

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  • Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal

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RegistrationUUID LCC f95da76f-d483-44e7-a3e8-8c90da7af43c
StampID LCC ETG14-SH0054

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