What ecologists should know before using land-use/cover change projections for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessments

What ecologists should know before using land-use/cover change projections for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessments

Water is not only rain, rivers and lakes. Water is fundamentally related to the landscape, food production, biodiversity and ecosystem services. Dr. Marianela Fader from ICWRGC collaborated with French researchers to give ecologists guidance on using land-use and land-cover change scenarios to generate biodiversity and ecosystem services scenarios.

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