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ESP Ecosystem Services Frames

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Fernando Santos Martin

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Transcript of ESP Ecosystem Services Frames

Evaluación de los Ecosistemas del Milenio de España (EME)
General
Biofísica
Económica
Developing a comprehensive methodology, in which biophysical, social-cultural, and economic value domains can be properly integrated remains a challenging scientific frontier.
The ecosystem’s capacity to supply services determines the range of potential
uses by society, having an influence on socio-cultural and economic values.
thank you!
Dr. Fernando Santos Martín

Social-Ecological Systems Lab. Dpt. Ecology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

fernando.santos.martin@uam.es


www.ecomilenio.es
www.uam.es/sociecosistemas
Social
National Ecosystem assessments
should combine the three value-domains (biophysical, socio-cultural, and economic) to properly inform the
environmental decision-making process.
Mensajes
TIMELINE
FRAMEWORKS
14 ECOSYSTEMS
ES Biophysical Assessment
National Statistic


Spatial information

In-situ Observations
(case studies)

Simulation Models
SOURCES OF DATA
TYPE OF DATA
(measure, indicator, index…. )
STATE OF ES DATA
ES CLASSIFICATION
Trends of DPSRI components
STAKEHOLDERS
ES SELECTION
MA, 2005
EME, 2011
Martín-López et al, 2013
Santos-Martín et al, 2013
Biophysical, Social and Economic results
Biophysical Key findings
ES Mapping
Santos-Martin et al, 2013
ES Social assessment
Conducted 3,379 direct face-to-face questionnaires in eight different case study sites
Martín-López et at., 2013
ES Social Preferences
ES Economic Assessment
Meta-analysis: State of the art of ES economic valuation
Quintas et al., (in prep)
ES Economic Values
On-line survey with 800 valid questionnaires
Representative of the Spanish population
Sampling error <5%
García-Llorente et al., (in prep)
Stated preference methods: Choice experiment
Market based Methods
Santos-Martín et al. (in prep)
Political implications
DPSIR FRAMEWORK
Santos-Martin F. et al. PlosOne. 2013
Relationships among DPSRI components
Santos-Martin et al, 2013
Available information
ES bundles through social preferences

Martín-López et at., 2013
Integrating the Demand-Side in assessments
Tradeoffs among value domains
Database generation in ES values
Economic values for ES: willingness to pay (WTP)
Econmic vs. Ecological value
Santos-Matín et. al, (in prep)
Sociocultural values have an influence on monetary values, because preferences and stakeholders motivations
determine the ‘utility’ that a person obtains from a particular service.
The use of different
assessment methods uncovers the fact that each method actually shape and define the results being elicited.
Recognizing the role
of ecosystem service assessment methods, we call for a integrative methodological framework able
to contemplate the multidimensional nature of ecosystem services.
Understanding relationships at ecosystems level
Understanding social-ecological transformations in Spain
Santos-Martin et al, (in prep)
Identifying thresholds of change
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