What could be the importance of marine and coastal cultural ecosystem services

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  • May 15, 2017
  • A detailed scientific literature review published in the open access journal One Ecosystem confirmed that research on marine and coastal cultural ecosystem services is scarce compared to other ecosystem service categories, revealing curious insights and identifying major knowledge gaps. Available knowledge is not only primarily focused on local and regional sociocultural or economic assessments, but […]

    Could green façades cool down cities in the future

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  • November 22, 2016
  • Predictions for temperature rise and the particular sensitivity of urban ecosystems to heat stress pose a pressure to find the best solution for mitigation and adaptation to climate change. Could green façades be a sustainable and easy to implement strategy to keep our cities cool? A new study in the open access journal One Ecosystem […]

    Global change, ecosystem services and human well being: An assessment for Europe

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  • November 3, 2016
  • Highly dependent on the different aspects of global change, variations in ecosystem services supply can also have direct impacts on human well being. A new article published in the open access journal One Ecosystem assesses the relationships between climate and land use change and ecosystem services supply in Europe, to pave the way on research connecting […]

    Machine Learning techniques and the future of Ecology and Earth Science Research

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  • June 28, 2016
  • Increasingly becoming a necessity in Ecology and Earth Science research, handling complex data can be a tough nut when traditional statistical methods are applied. As one of its first publications, the new technologically-advanced Open Access journal One Ecosystem features a review paper describing the benefits of using machine learning technologies when working with highly-dimensional and […]