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Titel (primär) Resilience trinity: safeguarding ecosystem services across three different time horizons and decision contexts [bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/549873]
Autor Weise, H.; Auge, H.; Baessler, C.; Bärlund, I.; Bennett, E.M.; Berger, U.; Bohn, F.; Bonn, A.; Borchardt, D.; Brand, F.; Chatzinotas, A.; Corstanje, R.; De Laender, F.; Dietrich, P.; Dunker, S.; Durka, W.; Fazey, I.; Groeneveld, J.; Guilbaud, C.S.E.; Harms, H.; Harpole, S.; Harris, J.A.; Jax, K.; Jeltsch, F.; Johst, K.; Joshi, J.; Klotz, S.; Kühn, I.; Kuhlicke, C.; Müller, B.; Radchuk, V.; Reuter, H.; Rinke, K.; Schmitt-Jansen, M.; Seppelt, R.; Singer, A.S.; Standish, R.J.; Thulke, H.-H.; Tietjen, B.; Weitere, M.; Wirth, C.; Wolf, C.; Grimm, V.;
Erscheinungsjahr 2019
Department CLE; BIOTOX; ASAM; BZF; OESA; SEEFO; UMB; FLOEK; SUSOZ; NSF; MET; UPOL; iDiv; ESS; PHYDIV; TB1-Ecosystems; TB2-Water;
Sprache englisch;
POF III (gesamt) T11; T12;
Abstract Ensuring ecosystem resilience is an intuitive approach to safeguard future provisioning of ecosystem services (ES). However, resilience is an ambiguous concept and difficult to operationalize. Focusing on resilience mechanisms, such as diversity, network architectures or adaptive capacity, has recently been suggested as means to operationalize resilience. Still, the focus on mechanisms is not specific enough because the usefulness of a mechanism is context-dependent. We suggest a conceptual framework, resilience trinity, to facilitate management of resilience mechanisms in three distinctive decision contexts and time-horizons. i) reactive, when there is an imminent threat to ES resilience and a high pressure to act, ii) adjustive, when the threat is known in general but there is still time to adapt management, and iii) provident when time horizons are very long and the nature of the threats is uncertain, leading to a low willingness to act. This emphasizes that resilience has different interpretations and implications at different time horizons which however need to be reconciled. The inclusion of time into resilience thinking ensures that longer-term management actions are not missed while urgent threats to ES are given priority. resilience; ecosystems; concepts; ecosystem services provisioning; management
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dauerhafte UFZ-Verlinkung http://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=21732
Weise, H., Auge, H., Baessler, C., Bärlund, I., Bennett, E.M., Berger, U., Bohn, F., Bonn, A., Borchardt, D., Brand, F., Chatzinotas, A., Corstanje, R., De Laender, F., Dietrich, P., Dunker, S., Durka, W., Fazey, I., Groeneveld, J., Guilbaud, C.S.E., Harms, H., Harpole, S., Harris, J.A., Jax, K., Jeltsch, F., Johst, K., Joshi, J., Klotz, S., Kühn, I., Kuhlicke, C., Müller, B., Radchuk, V., Reuter, H., Rinke, K., Schmitt-Jansen, M., Seppelt, R., Singer, A.S., Standish, R.J., Thulke, H.-H., Tietjen, B., Weitere, M., Wirth, C., Wolf, C., Grimm, V. (2019):
Resilience trinity: safeguarding ecosystem services across three different time horizons and decision contexts [bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/549873]