Five new publications related to ARtificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services (ARIES) applications have been recently published


Five new publications related to ARtificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services (ARIES) applications have been recently published on a special issue of Science of the Total Environment.

ARIES has been in development since 2007 and in use since 2008 in various releases of increasing sophistication. The decision to seek a more complete scientific narrative for discourse about ecosystem services was born out of a realization that overly simplified conceptual frameworks could lead to inaccurate policy decisions. ARIES strives to quantify the benefits that nature provides to society in a manner that accounts for dynamic complexity and its consequences, but keeps models clear enough to users to remain understandable, usable, and adaptable to conditions of varying data availability.

These publications have been developed by BC3 researchers Ferdinando VillaStefano BalbiAinhoa MagrachMaría Almagro and Javier Mártinez, in collaboration with other researchers from other institutions belonging to the AQUACROSS project

 

 

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Martínez-López J., Bagstad K.J., Balbi S., Magrach A., Voigt B., Athanasiadis I, Pascual M., Willcock S., Villa F. 2019. Towards globally customizable ecosystem service models. Science of The Total Environment. Vol. 2. 650, 2325-2336 DOI (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.09.371).

 

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Barbosa A., Martín B., Hermoso V., Arévalo-Torres J., Barbière J., Martínez-López J., Domisch S., Langhans S.D., Balbi S., Villa F., Delacámara G., Teixeira H., Nogueira A.J.A., Lillebø A.I., Gil-Jiménez Y., McDonald H., Iglesias-Campos A,. 2019. Cost-effective restoration and conservation planning in Green and Blue Infrastructure designs. A case study on the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean: Andalusia (Spain) – Morocco. Science of The Total Environment. 652. Pages 1463-1473. DOI (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.416 )

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Martínez-López J., Teixeira H., Morgado M., Almagro M., Sousa A.I., Villa F., Balbi S., Genua-Olmedo A., Nogueira A.J.A., Lillebø A.I 2019. Participatory coastal management through elicitation of ecosystem service preferences and modelling driven by “coastal squeeze”. Science of The Total Environment. 652. 20 February 2019. Pages: 1113-1128. DOI (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.309)

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Funk A., Martínez-López J., Borgwardt F., Trauner D., Bagstad K.J., Balbi S., Magrach A., Villa F., Hein T. Identification of conservation and restoration priority areas in the Danube River based on the multi-functionality of river-floodplain systems. Science of The Total Environment. 652. 763-777. DOI (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.322 )

 

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Domisch S., Kakouei K., Martínez-López J., Bagstad K.J., Magrach A., Balbi S., Villa F., Funk A., Hein T., Borgwardt F., Hermoso V., Jähnig S.C., Langhans S.D. 2019. Social equity shapes zone-selection: Balancing aquatic biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services delivery in the transhoundary Danube River Basin. Science of The Total Environment. Volume 656, Pages 797-807. DOI (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.348)

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