Ecosystem services/References

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Key publications

Schulp et al., 2012
C. J. E. Schulp, R. Alkemade, K. Klein Goldewijk, K. Petz (2012). Mapping ecosystem functions and services in Eastern Europe using global-scale data sets. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management, 8(1-2), pp. 156-168, doi:
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All cited references

Alcamo et al., 2003
J. Alcamo, P. Döll, T. Henrichs, F. Kaspar, B. Lehner, T. Rösch, S. Siebert (2003). Development and testing of the Water. GAP 2 global model of water use and availability. Hydrological Sciences, 48(3), pp. 317-337.

Bell and Tobin, 2007
H.M. Bell, G.A. Tobin (2007). Efficient and effective? The 100-year flood in the communication and perception of flood risk. Environmental Hazards, 7, pp. 302-311.

Bianchi et al., 2005
F. J. J. A. Bianchi, W. K. R. E. van Wingerden, A. J. Griffioen, M. van der Veen, M. J. J. van der Straten, R. M. A. Wegman, H. A. M. Meeuwsen (2005). Landscape factors affecting the control of Mamestra brassicae by natural enemies in Brussels sprout. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 107(2-3), pp. 145-150, doi:

Biemans et al., 2011
H Biemans, I Haddeland, P Kabat, F Ludwig, RWA Hutjes, J Heinke, W Von Bloh, D Gerten (2011). Impact of reservoirs on river discharge and irrigation water supply during the 20th century. Water Resources Research, 47(3), pp. W03509, doi:

Boccaccio and Petacchi, 2009
L. Boccaccio, R. Petacchi (2009). Landscape effects on the complex of Bactrocera oleae parasitoids and implications for conservation biological control. BioControl, 54, pp. 607-616.

Burkhard et al., 2012
B. Burkhard, F. Kroll, S. Nedkov, F. Müller (2012). Mapping ecosystem service supply, demand and budgets. Ecological indicators, 21, pp. 17-29.

Costanza et al., 1997
R. Costanza, R. d'Arge, R.S. De Groot, S. Farber, M. Grasso, B. Hannon, K. Limburg, S. Naeem, R.V. O'Neil, J. Paruelo, R.G. Raskin, P. Sutton, M van den Belt (1997). The value of the world's ecosystem services and natural capital. Nature, 387, pp. 253-260.

Crossman et al., 2013
N.D. Crossman, B. Burkhard, S. Nedkov, L. Willemen, K. Petz, I. Palomo, E.G. Drakou, B. Martín-Lopez, T. McPhearson, K. Boyanova, R. Alkemade, B. Egoh, M.B. Bunbar, J. Maes (2013). A blueprint for mapping and modelling ecosystem services. Ecosystem services, 4, pp. 4-14.

EFI, 2007
European forest institute (2007). Long-term European forest resources assessment.EFI.Helsinki, Finland.Access date: 2011-04-15.URL:

Egoh et al., 2008
B. Egoh, B. Reyers, M. Rouget, D.M. Richardson, D.C. Le Maitre, A.S. van Jaarsveld (2008). Mapping ecosystem services for planning and management. Agriculture, ecosystems & environment, 127(1-2), pp. 135-140, doi:

Egoh et al., 2009
B. Egoh, B. Reyers, M. Rouget, M. Bode, D.M. Richardson (2009). Spatial congruence between biodiveristy and ecosystem services in South Africa. Biological Conservation, 142(3), pp. 553-562.

FAO, 2013b
FAO (2013). Hunger portal.Access date: 2013-09-12.URL:

Gallai et al., 2009
N. Gallai, J-M. Salles, J. Settele, B.E. Vaissière (2009). Economic valuation of the vulnerability of world agriculture confronted with pollinator decline. Ecological Economics, 68(3), pp. 810-821.

Hawkins and Cornell, 1994
B.A. Hawkins, H.V. Cornell (1994). Maximum Parasitism Rates and Successful Biological control. Science, 266(5192), pp. 1886.

Hootsmans et al., 2001
R.M. Hootsmans, A.F. Bouwman, R. Leemans, G.J.J. Kreileman (2001). Modelling land degradation in IMAGE 2, National Institute of Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands(URL:

IPCC, 2012
IPCC (2012). Managing the risks of extreme events and disasters to advance climate change adaptation. A special report of working groups I and II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, C.B.FieldV. BarrosT.F. StockerD. QinD.J. DokkenK.L. EbiM.D. MastrandreaK.J. MachG.-K. PlattnerS.K. AllenM. TignorP.M. Midgley (eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK / New York, NY, USA.

Kleijn and Langevelde, 2006
D. Kleijn, F. Langevelde (2006). Interacting effects of landscape context and habitat quality on flower visiting insects in agricultural landscapes. Basic and applied ecology, 7(3), pp. 201-214.

Klein et al., 2011
(2011). Importance of pollinators in chaninging landscapes for world crops. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 274, pp. 303-313.

Maes et al., 2012
J. Maes, M.L. Paracchini, G. Zulian, M.B. Dunbar, R. Alkemade (2012). Synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem service supply, biodiversity, and habitat conservation status in Europe. Biological Conservation, 155, pp. 1-12.

Moody and Woodcock, 1996
A. Moody, C.E. Woodcock (1996). Calibration-based models for correction of area estimates derived from coarse resolution land-cover data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 58, pp. 225-241.

Morandin et al., 2007
L.A. Morandin, M.L. Winston, V.A. Abbott, M.T. Franklin (2007). Can pastureland increase wild bee abundance in agriculturally intense areas?. Basic and applied ecology, 8, pp. 117-124.

Nelson, 2008
A Nelson (2008). Estimated travel time to the nearest city of 50000 or more people in the year 2000.JRC.Ispra, Italy.Access date: 2013-10-03.URL:

O'Farrell et al., 2010
P.J. O'Farrell, B. Reyers, D.C. Le Maitre, S.J. Milton, B. Egoh, A. Maherry, C. Colvin, D. Atkinson, W. De Lange, J.N. Blignaut, R.M. Cowling (2010). Multi-functional landscapes in semi arid environments: Implications for biodiversity and ecosystem services. Landscape ecology, 25(8), pp. 1231-1246, doi:

Rusch et al., 2011
A Rusch, M Valatin-Morison, J.P. Sarthou, J Roger-Estrade (2011). Effects of crop management and lanscape context on insect pest populations and crop damage. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 166, pp. 118-125, doi:

Schulp and Alkemade, 2011
C.J.E. Schulp, R. Alkemade (2011). Geometric and thematic uncertainty in mapping ecosystem services derived from global-scale land cover data. Remote Sensing, 3(9), pp. 2057-2075.

Schulp et al., 2012
C. J. E. Schulp, R. Alkemade, K. Klein Goldewijk, K. Petz (2012). Mapping ecosystem functions and services in Eastern Europe using global-scale data sets. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management, 8(1-2), pp. 156-168, doi:
Link to PBL-website:

Sea around us project, 2013
Sea around us project (2013). Fisheries, ecosystems and biodiversity.Sea around us project.URL:

Steffan-Dewenter and Tscharntke, 1999
I. Steffan-Dewenter, T. Tscharntke (1999). Effects of habitat isolation on pollinator communities and seed set. Oecologia, 121(3), pp. 432-440.

TEEB, 2010b
TEEB (2010). Mainstreaming the economics of nature: a synthesis of the approach, conclusions and recommendations of TEEB(URL:

Thies et al., 2003
C Thies, I Steffan-Dewenter, T Tscharntje (2003). Effects of landscape contect on herbivory and parasitism at different spatial scales. Oikos, 101, pp. 18-25.

UNEP-WCMC (2011). The UK national ecosystem assessment: Synthesis of the key findings, UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK.

UNISDR, 2011
UNISDR (2011). Global assessment report on disaster risk reduction, UNISDR, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.

Van Asselen et al., 2013
S. Van Asselen, P.H. Verburg, J. Vermaat, J.H. Janse (2013). Drivers of wetland conversions: a global meta-analysis. PLoS ONE, 8, pp. e81292, doi:

Vörösmarty et al., 2000
C.J. Vörösmarty, P. Green, J. Salisbury, R. B. Lammers (2000). Global water resources: Vulnerability from climate change and population growth. Science, 289(5477), pp. 284-288.