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Biome-BGC based Ecosystem Service Indicators. Miklós Kertész BioVeL, OpenNESS Centre for Ecological Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Ecosystem functioning & valuation web services and workflows – 6-7 June 2013, Budapest. B io V e l. Outline. Ecosystem services and models

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Biome-BGC based Ecosystem Service Indicators

Miklós Kertész

BioVeL, OpenNESS

Centre for Ecological Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Ecosystem functioning & valuation web services and workflows– 6-7 June 2013, Budapest

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Society: decision making

Ecosystem services

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e-Services

communication, knowledge management

Ecosystem

models

Conflict

manage-

ment

Society: decision

making

Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Ecosystem service

indicators

Ecosystem services

Output

parameters

s-Services

communication, problem solving

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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Ecosystem functioning & valuation web services and workflows– 6-7 June 2013, Budapest

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Aim

The concept of ecosystem services (ES) provides a powerful way of examining the interaction between ecosystems and human well-being.

OpenNESS has been designed to deliver innovative and practical ways of applying the concepts of Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services in land, water and urban management in Europe and to examine how they link to, and support, wider EU economic, social and environmental policy initiatives.

  • To work collaboratively with stakeholders in each case study to identify the problems they face in operationalising the Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services concepts in their specific policy and decision-making context;
  • To apply and refine the methods and models to the case studies to test their relevance and usefulness in an iterative manner; and,
  • To characterise any common lessons that can be learnt on the operational potential of the ES and NC concepts across the multi-scale case studies.

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26 case with different cultural conditions

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Society -

environment

relations

in Kiskunság,

Central

Hungary

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Society -

environment

relations

in Kiskunság,

Central

Hungary

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Steps of the Kiskunság case studies

  • Discussion with the stakeholders on their demand
  • Modeling the effect of past, present and planned land use management on ecosystem service indicators
  • Evaluation of optional changes in ecosystem services applying community involvement
  • Participation in communication and conflict management
  • Providing recommendations related to management options and changes in regulation

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Steps of the Kiskunság case studies

  • Discussion with the stakeholders on their demand
  • Modeling the effect of past, present and planned land use management on ecosystem service indicators
  • Evaluation of optional changes in ecosystem services applying community involvement
  • Participation in communication and conflict management
  • Providing recommendations related to management options and changes in regulation

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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e-Services

communication, knowledge management

Ecosystem

models

Conflict

manage-

ment

Society: decision

making

Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Ecosystem service

indicators

Ecosystem services

Output

parameters

s-Services

communication, problem solving

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e-Services

communication, knowledge management

Ecosystem

models

Conflict

manage-

ment

Society: decision

making

Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Ecosystem service

indicators

Ecosystem services

Output

parameters

s-Services

communication, problem solving

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Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES)

CICES V4.3 at the ‘three digit level’

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Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES)

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e-Services

communication, knowledge management

Ecosystem

models

Conflict

manage-

ment

Society: decision

making

Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Ecosystem service

indicators

Ecosystem services

Output

parameters

s-Services

communication, problem solving

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e-Services

communication, knowledge management

Ecosystem

models

Conflict

manage-

ment

Society: decision

making

Science, IT:

ecosystem

modeling

Ecosystem service

indicators

Ecosystem services

Output

parameters

s-Services

communication, problem solving

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Ecosystem functioning & valuation web services and workflows– 6-7 June 2013, Budapest

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Ecosystem functioning & valuation web services and workflows– 6-7 June 2013, Budapest

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Biome-BGC outputEcosystemServicesIndicators

  • Time frame:
    • Yearlydata
    • Average of 1961-1990 , average of 30 yrperiods
  • Yearly sums and/or yearly maxima of parameters
  • Sums, differences of ratiosofparameters
  • Standard deviation of parameters

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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Outline

  • Ecosystemservices and models
  • OpenNESS casestudies
  • Ecosystem service indicators and Biome-BGCparameters
    • Provisioningservices
    • Regulatingservices

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Nextsteps

  • Creating input parameter sets and test runs
  • Cross validation of critical output parameters
  • Preliminaryevaluation of ecosystem services indicators
  • Application ecosystem service indicators in case studies

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