Ecosystem Services (ES)

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Last Updated September 3, 2018, 17:15 (UTC)
Created July 27, 2018, 12:14 (UTC)
Language Eng
Abstract This dataset contains Ecosystem Services (ES), presented as spatially explicit indicators, representing the capacity of provision in the CS2. Specifically we offer 15 different ES among (1) provisioning services, (2) regulation and maintenance and (3) cultural services (Common International Classification of Ecosystem services; CICES V5). The ES indicators on flood regulation, carbon sequestration, pollination, soil retention (i.e. sediments) and potential recreational opportunities have been produced using the ARtificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services modelling platform (ARIES, Villa et al., 2014). ES that could not be mapped using ARIES due to data availability constraints, were derived from the spatial distribution of the ES capacity based on the ecosystem types. All ES are mapped at the 100 m resolution, re-scaled to range between 0-1 and aggregated to the respective PU expressing the summary of the data.
Resource type Spatial dataset
Spatial representation type vector
License CC-BY-4.0
Classification Environment
Creation date 2018-04-30
Publication date 2018-07-27
Last revision date 2018-07-27
INSPIRE theme Area management - restriction - regulation zones - reporting units
Free keywords pollination, carbon, recreational, flood, sedimentation, provision, regulation, maintenance, cultural, ecosystem services, Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean
Temporal date 2018-07-27
Lineage This dataset resulted from the analysis of several sources. For more information please, see Barbosa et al. in press.
Responsible party Organisation: BC3; IOC-UNESCO
Role: Author
Related publications **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., Iglesias-Campos, A. in press. An Ecosystem-Based Management Approach for the spatial planning of Green and Blue Infrastructure at the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean: Andalusia (Spain) – Morocco. STOTEN **Villa, F., Bagstad, K. J., Voigt, B., Johnson, G. W., Portela, R., Honzák, M., & Batker, D. (2014). A methodology for adaptable and robust ecosystem services assessment. PLoS ONE, 9(3). ** ** ** ** ** ** **
Projections WGS 84 -- EPSG-4326
Spatial extent - North 36.97
Spatial extent - South 34.8
Spatial extent - East -4.68
Spatial extent - West -5.84

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