The significance of geosystem and landscape concepts for the assessment of ecosystem services: exemplified on a case study in Russiaстатья

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[1] Bastian O., Grunewald K., Khoroshev A. V. The significance of geosystem and landscape concepts for the assessment of ecosystem services: exemplified on a case study in russia // Landscape Ecology. — 2015. — Vol. 30, no. 7. — P. 1145–1164. Recently, physical geography and landscape ecology have attracted increasing attention, due to the expectation that their theoretical and methodical concepts may improve the assessment of ecosystem services. We provide examples of promising approaches rooted in various scientific schools, especially of Eastern Europe and Russia, which include: landscape genesis, landscape units, landscape hierarchy, spatial scales, ecosystem patterns and relationships and natural potentials. The paper briefly describes these approaches, particularly in terms of ecosystem services supply. This is deepened by way of a case study in Russia which shows the crucial role of landscape patterns and landscape units in the assessment of ecosystem services with respect to the relationship between forestry and runoff. This provides significant perspectives for the application of geosystem-based concepts in ecological planning, in Russia, Germany and elsewhere. [ DOI ]

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