I am interested in ecological, economic and social analysis of ecosystem services. It fascinates me to see how ecosystem services react to different drivers such as land use change and land tenure patterns. These drivers influence provision and demand of ecosystem services and in some cases makes them extremely unequal. I am also interested in incentives given for provision of ecosystems services such as payment for ecosystem services (PES) their implementation, dynamics, attributes and real world impact. Further, I model and map ecosystem services change, mostly with the aim of generating scientific and policy tools for linking ecosystem services with people’s well-being.
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2018 Nahuelhual, L.,Benra, F. Laterra, P. Marin, S. M. Arriagada, R. Jullian, C. Patterns of ecosystem services supply across farm properties: Implications for ecosystem services-based policy incentives. Science of the Total Environment. 941–950. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.042
2016 Nahuelhual, L., F. Benra, F. Rojas, G. Ignacio Díaz, and A. Carmona. 2016. Mapping social values of ecosystem services: What is behind the map? Ecology and Society 21(3):24. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-08676-210324
2019 L. Nahuelhual, G. Saavedra; C. Jullian; A. Mellado; F. Benra. Exploring Traps in Forest and Marine Socio-Ecological Systems of Southern and Austral Chile. In: Social-ecological systems of Latin America: complexities and challenges. Springer Verlag.
2017 Nahuelhual, L., Benra, F. Jullian, C. 2017. Panguipulli: su capital natural y servicios ecosistémicos. ISBN: 978-956-390-017-0
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