Persons | Marinebiotech

marinebiotech.eu/persons?module=ref&refid=310617

Persons

[ report an error in this record ]basket (0): add | show Print this page

Valuing marine ecosystems: taking into account the value of ecosystem benefits in the Blue Economy
Coopman, J.; Heymans, J.J.; Kellett, P.; Muñiz Piniella, A.; French, V.; Alexander, B. (eds.); Austen, M.C.; Andersen, P.; Armstrong, C.; Döring, R.; Hynes, S.; Levrel, H.; Oinonen, S.; Ressurreição, A. (2019). Valuing marine ecosystems: taking into account the value of ecosystem benefits in the Blue Economy. Marine Board Future Science Brief, 5. European Marine Board: Ostend. ISBN 9789492043696. 32 pp. https://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2602732
Part of: Marine Board Future Science Brief. European Marine Board: Ostend. ISSN 2593-5232

Available in  Authors 

Keyword
    Marine/Coastal

Authors  Top 
  • Coopman, J., editor
  • Heymans, J.J., editor
  • Kellett, P., editor
  • Muñiz Piniella, A., editor
  • French, V., editor
  • Alexander, B., editor
  • Austen, M.C.
  • Andersen, P.
  • Armstrong, C.
  • Döring, R.
  • Hynes, S.
  • Levrel, H.
  • Oinonen, S.
  • Ressurreição, A.

Abstract
    This publication highlights current thinking in ecosystem service valuation for the marine environment. Valuation of the direct and indirect benefits (for either societal welfare, healthand economic activities) stemming from marine ecosystem services, can help to assess the long-term sustainability of blue growth, support policy development and marinemanagement decisions, and raise awareness of the importance of the marine environment to society and in the economy. Recommendations are made on how to incorporate outputsfrom valuation studies into the traditional analyses used in resource and environmental economics and into the European marine policy landscape and related management anddecision making choices.

All data in the Integrated Marine Information System (IMIS) is subject to the VLIZ privacy policy Top | Authors