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Ecosystem services and social perception
Ecosystem services and social perception
In a nutshell:

▪ There is a variety of benefits that IRES provide to our societies, from the provision of materials such as water and timber, to iconic species, the regulation of biogeochemical cycles, and space for cultural manifestation and as a corridor for both wild and herded animals.

▪ Drying and rewetting processes, timing and duration of different aquatic phases, have an effect on the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, as well as on the provision of ecosystem services and on the social perception of them.

▪ There are intrinsic and relational values associated to IRES that are not usually recognised, including sense of place, cultural identity, social cohesion or nature stewardship.

▪ There is a long list of indicators that can be used to assess the provision of ecosystem services, and different techniques of monetary and non-monetary methods can be applied to assess their value.

▪ Public participation is also necessary to understand the multiple values of IRES and to improve social perception. Participatory mapping, citizen science, and scenario planning are some of the methodologies can be employed.
CA 15113
85-105
Zenodo
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Datry, T.
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England, J.
Gallart, F.
Gómez, R.
Jorda-Capdevila, D.
Marti, E.
Munne, A.
Pastor, V.A.
Stubbington, R.
Tziortzis, I.
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Magand, C.
Alves, M.H.
Calleja, E.
Datry, T.
Dörflinger, G.
England, J.
Gallart, F.
Gómez, R.
Jorda-Capdevila, D.
Marti, E.
Munne, A.
Pastor, V.A.
Stubbington, R.
Tziortzis, I.
Von Schiller, D.

Jorda-Capdevila, Dídac, Brummer, Mathias, Bruno, Daniel, Alexandre, Rui, Castanho, Antonio J. Castro, Fortuño, Pau, Jakubínský, Jiri, Kaletová, Tatiana, Kelemen, Estzer, Koundouri, Phoebe, Logar, Ivana, Loures, Louis, Mendez, Joana, Mendoza-Lera, Clara, Quintas-Soriano, Cristina, Rodríguez-Lozano, Pablo, von Schiller, Daniel, Stubbington, Rachel, Sykes, Tim, Tizzoni, Elisa, Truchy, Amélie and Tsani, Stella (2020) Ecosystem services and social perception. In, Magand, C., Alves, M.H., Calleja, E., Datry, T., Dörflinger, G., England, J., Gallart, F., Gómez, R., Jorda-Capdevila, D., Marti, E., Munne, A., Pastor, V.A., Stubbington, R., Tziortzis, I. and Von Schiller, D. (eds.) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: What Water Managers Need to Know. (Technical report – Cost ACTION, , (doi:10.5281/zenodo.3888474), CA 15113) Version 1 ed. Genève. Zenodo, pp. 85-105. (doi:10.5281/zenodo.3888474).

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Abstract

In a nutshell:

▪ There is a variety of benefits that IRES provide to our societies, from the provision of materials such as water and timber, to iconic species, the regulation of biogeochemical cycles, and space for cultural manifestation and as a corridor for both wild and herded animals.

▪ Drying and rewetting processes, timing and duration of different aquatic phases, have an effect on the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, as well as on the provision of ecosystem services and on the social perception of them.

▪ There are intrinsic and relational values associated to IRES that are not usually recognised, including sense of place, cultural identity, social cohesion or nature stewardship.

▪ There is a long list of indicators that can be used to assess the provision of ecosystem services, and different techniques of monetary and non-monetary methods can be applied to assess their value.

▪ Public participation is also necessary to understand the multiple values of IRES and to improve social perception. Participatory mapping, citizen science, and scenario planning are some of the methodologies can be employed.

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Published date: 10 June 2020

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/443001
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Author: Dídac Jorda-Capdevila
Author: Mathias Brummer
Author: Daniel Bruno
Author: Rui Alexandre
Author: Antonio J. Castro Castanho
Author: Pau Fortuño
Author: Jiri Jakubínský
Author: Tatiana Kaletová
Author: Estzer Kelemen
Author: Phoebe Koundouri
Author: Ivana Logar
Author: Louis Loures
Author: Joana Mendez
Author: Clara Mendoza-Lera
Author: Cristina Quintas-Soriano
Author: Pablo Rodríguez-Lozano
Author: Daniel von Schiller
Author: Rachel Stubbington
Author: Tim Sykes ORCID iD
Author: Elisa Tizzoni
Author: Amélie Truchy
Author: Stella Tsani
Editor: C. Magand
Editor: M.H. Alves
Editor: E. Calleja
Editor: T. Datry
Editor: G. Dörflinger
Editor: J. England
Editor: F. Gallart
Editor: R. Gómez
Editor: D. Jorda-Capdevila
Editor: E. Marti
Editor: A. Munne
Editor: V.A. Pastor
Editor: R. Stubbington
Editor: I. Tziortzis
Editor: D. Von Schiller

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