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CICES going local: Ecosystem services classification adapted for a highly populated country

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CICES going local : Ecosystem services classification adapted for a highly populated country. / Turkelboom, Francis; Raquez, Perrine; Dufrene, Marc; Raes, Leander; Simoens, Ilse; Jacobs, Sander; Stevens, Maarten; Vreese, Rik De; Panis, Jeroen; Hermy, Martin; Thoonen, Marijke; Liekens, Inge; Fontaine, Corentin; Dendoncker, Nicolas; van der Biest, Katrien; Casaer, Jim; Heyrman, Hilde; Meiresonne, Linda; Keune, Hans.

Ecosystem Services: Global Issues, Local Practices. ed. / Sander Jacobs; Nicolas Dendoncker; Hans Keune. Elsevier, 2013.

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Turkelboom, F, Raquez, P, Dufrene, M, Raes, L, Simoens, I, Jacobs, S, Stevens, M, Vreese, RD, Panis, J, Hermy, M, Thoonen, M, Liekens, I, Fontaine, C, Dendoncker, N, van der Biest, K, Casaer, J, Heyrman, H, Meiresonne, L & Keune, H 2013, CICES going local: Ecosystem services classification adapted for a highly populated country. in S Jacobs, N Dendoncker & H Keune (eds), Ecosystem Services: Global Issues, Local Practices. Elsevier.

APA

Turkelboom, F., Raquez, P., Dufrene, M., Raes, L., Simoens, I., Jacobs, S., ... Keune, H. (2013). CICES going local: Ecosystem services classification adapted for a highly populated country. In S. Jacobs, N. Dendoncker, & H. Keune (Eds.), Ecosystem Services: Global Issues, Local Practices Elsevier.

Author

Turkelboom, Francis ; Raquez, Perrine ; Dufrene, Marc ; Raes, Leander ; Simoens, Ilse ; Jacobs, Sander ; Stevens, Maarten ; Vreese, Rik De ; Panis, Jeroen ; Hermy, Martin ; Thoonen, Marijke ; Liekens, Inge ; Fontaine, Corentin ; Dendoncker, Nicolas ; van der Biest, Katrien ; Casaer, Jim ; Heyrman, Hilde ; Meiresonne, Linda ; Keune, Hans. / CICES going local : Ecosystem services classification adapted for a highly populated country. Ecosystem Services: Global Issues, Local Practices. editor / Sander Jacobs ; Nicolas Dendoncker ; Hans Keune. Elsevier, 2013.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Multiple classification systems for ecosystem services (ES) make comparison and integration between studies and assessments very difficult. With the fast-growing number of ecosystem services assessment and valuation studies,there is a need to identify general agreed definitions and to design a ‘common base’ that enables comparisons between ecosystem services assessments at different places. The recently developed ‘Common International Classification for Ecosystem Services’ (CICES) is aiming to fill this gap. One of the advantages of the CICES approach is that it allows adjustment to local conditions. Via an iterative consultation round with Belgian experts - from administrations, policy support units and research centres - CICES has been adapted to the needs of a highly populated country where multi-functional land use is very common. The goal of CICES-Be is to introduce a common reference base for ecosystem services in Belgium, which is locally adapted and compatible with an international standard.",
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RIS

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AU - Raquez, Perrine

AU - Dufrene, Marc

AU - Raes, Leander

AU - Simoens, Ilse

AU - Jacobs, Sander

AU - Stevens, Maarten

AU - Vreese, Rik De

AU - Panis, Jeroen

AU - Hermy, Martin

AU - Thoonen, Marijke

AU - Liekens, Inge

AU - Fontaine, Corentin

AU - Dendoncker, Nicolas

AU - van der Biest, Katrien

AU - Casaer, Jim

AU - Heyrman, Hilde

AU - Meiresonne, Linda

AU - Keune, Hans

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M3 - Contribution to book not published by INBO

BT - Ecosystem Services: Global Issues, Local Practices

A2 - Jacobs, Sander

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