Scenarios and models for exploring future trends of biodiversity and ecosystem services changes

Scenarios and Modelling of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

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Scenarios and models for exploring future trends of biodiversity and ecosystem services changes
Report/Policy papers
2009
Abstract: 

The overall purpose of the report is to clarify which models and scenarios are being used and can be used to explore the developments of biodiversity and ecosystems in light of different assumptions of drivers and policies. This will be of general use for policy analysis and reflection.

Document language: 
English
Authors: 
IEEP, Alterra, Ecologic, PBL and UNEP-WCMC
Organization producing the document: 
Institute for European Environmental Policy, Alterra Wageningen UR, Ecologic, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Methodological area: 
Scenarios and Modelling of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

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