B-cluster (Biome sessions)

 

B1 Nature-based solutions for urban challenges

B2 Payments for ecosystem services in European agricultural landscapes: Potentials of the ecosystem services concept to improve public agri-environmental measures and private payment schemes

B3 Putting ecosystem services into practice in freshwater management and policy (Session relevant for ESP Biome Working Group Freshwater Systems BWG2)

B4 Global changes in local ecosystem services in Alpine and Arctic regions in Europe

B5 Informing marine and coastal policy using ecosystem service assessments: evidence from real world applications

 

B1 Nature-based solutions for urban challenges

Room D.013 Thursday, 22 September, 9:00-10:30; 11:00-12:30 and 14:00-15:30

Host(s)

D. Geneletti, D. Haase

Time

Name

Title of the presentation

Slot 1:

9.00-10.30

 

 

B. Hansjürgens

Implementing Nature-based Solutions in Urban Areas: Financing and Governance Aspects

 

F. Turkelboom

Green versus grey solution for flood control of Leuven city (Belgium)

 

S. Schetke

Climate-adaptive infill-development. Nature-based solutions in the City of Bonn (Germany)

 

M. Collier

Urban transitioning with nature-based solutions: innovations and opportunities

 

A. van der Jagt

Cultivating nature-based solutions: Lessons from communal urban gardening in the EU

 

G. Reub

Net ecosystem services analysis in nature-based adaptation to climate change

Slot 2:

11.00-12.30

 

 

C. Bellamy

Modelling the impact of urban planning on pollinator habitats with local stakeholders: a route to healthy, blossoming communities?

 

S. van der Meulen

Dependence of green infrastructure on water quality and quantity for effective ecosystem services delivery

 

J. Lascurain

Constructed ecosystem services: the case of hybrid dunes at Barcelona

 

R. Samson

Towards an integrative approach to evaluate the environmental ecosystem services and disservices provided by urban forests

 

E. Krkoska Lorencova

Mainstreaming nature-based solution into the process of development urban adaptation strategies in the three Czech cities

 

V. Pappalardo

Challenges in designing sustainable urban drainage systems for urban planning

Slot 3:

14.00-15.30

 

 

A. Robert

Nature-like setting. Cultural ecosystem services and disservices of French urban green spaces.

 

K. Irvine

Conceptual considerations for social and environmental benefit of nature-based solutions in urban areas

 

T. Zoelch

Mitigating heat and heavy rain events via urban green infrastructure: a comparative assessment at the micro-scale

 

I. Zwierzchowska

Potential of Polish cities for providing ecosystem services

 

L. McGinty

Valuation and evaluation: how to quantify monetary and non-monetary benefits of urban green infrastructure

B2 Payments for ecosystem services in European agricultural landscapes: Potentials of the ecosystem services concept to improve public agri-environmental measures and private payment schemes

Room K.203 Thursday, 22 September, 14:00-15:30 and 16:00-17:30

Host(s)

B. Matzdorf, C. Meyer

Time

Name

Title of the presentation

Slot 1: 

14:00-15:30

 

14:00

B. Matzdorf, 

C. Meyer

Welcome and introduction: Ecosystem service modelling to assess payments for ecosystem services in European agricultural landscapes

14:05

W. Geertsema

The role of costs and benefits in optimizing agricultural landscapes for multiple ecosystem services

14:20

B. Jackson

Incorporation of the impacts of detailed agricultural management within the LUCI ecosystem services framework, and prospects for use in evaluation of public subsidies and private payments

14:35

A. Thomas

A combined monitoring and modelling approach to maximize environmental, social and economic outcomes from agri-environmental measures at the national scale

14:50

U. Kirchholtes

Payments based on ecosystem services in agricultural landscape, experiences of the Scheldt

15:05

C. von Haaren

Information about biodiversity and ecosystem services for multiple decision makers: Farmers, administrators, private food companies

15:20

B. Matzdorf and C. Meyer

Final discussion and summary: ES modelling to assess Payments for Ecosystem Services in European agricultural landscapes

15:30

 

Coffee Break

Slot 2

16:00-17:30

 

16:00

B. Matzdorf and C. Meyer

Welcome and introduction: ES application to design Payments for Ecosystem Services in European agricultural landscapes

16:05

C. Schleyer

Payments schemes for farm trees and woodlands: Can the ecosystem services concept help improving scheme design and implementation?

16:20

C. Meyer

Civil society actors at the nexus of the ecosystem services concept and agri-environmental policies

16:35

C. Biedermann

Why do private individuals pay for ecosystem services? First results of a market analysis for ´AgoraNatura´, a research project developing an online marketplace for ecosystem services and biodiversity

16:50

B. Matzdorf

How useful is the ecosystem service concept to improve European agri-environmental policy

17:05

B. Matzdorf, 

C. Meyer

Final discussion and session summary: ES application to design Payments for Ecosystem Services in European agricultural landscapes

B3 Putting ecosystem services into practice in freshwater management and policy (Session relevant for ESP Biome Working Group Freshwater Systems BWG2)

Room K.102 Tuesday, 20 September, 11:00-12:30 and 14:00-15:30

Host(s)

L. Carvalho, B. Grizzetti

Time

Name

Title of the presentation

Slot 1:

11:00-12:30

 

11:00

M. Giamberini

An ecosystem services approach for the sustainable management of Lake Ohrid

11:15

M. Stępniewska

Valuation of ecosystem services to inform urban river management: The case of the Warta River Valley in Poznań, Poland

11:30

D. Brogna

How do forest cover and riparian forest ecological integrity impact stream water quality? Improve ecosystem functions’ understanding for a better assessment, monitoring and management of ecosystem services

11:45

E. Pynegar

Learning from a pioneering randomised control trial of incentive-based conservation: challenges and solutions

12:00

M. Gaglio

Combining remote sensing techniques and ecosystem services approaches to assess the changes of phytodepuration services in wetland systems

12:15

S. Beichler

River-cruise-trip through the ecosystem service landscape – towards an integrated index to manage use-conflicts in rivers and floodplains

Slot 2:

14:00-15:30

14:00

L. Symmank

More than biodiverse: measures of riverbank fixation

14:15

L. Carvalho

Does the European Water Framework Directive help deliver improved ecosystem service benefits from fresh waters?

14:30

S. Vilbaste

Methods for assessment of ecosystem services of inland waters – a case study from Estonia

14:45

E. Bennetsen

Modelling the effect of land management interventions on ecosystem services in Flanders using Bayesian Belief Networks

15:00

C. Bullock

A synthesis of the biophysical and social sciences to freshwater management

15:15

B. Grizzetti

Ecosystem services for water policy: five case studies across Europe

B4 Global changes in local ecosystem services in Alpine and Arctic regions in Europe

Room K.102 Thursday, 22 September, 11:00-12:30 and 14:00-15:30

Host(s)

V. Hausner, M. Christie

Time

Name

Title of the presentation

Slot 1:

11:00-12:30

11:00

S. Lavorel

Ecosystem services for climate change adaptation in mountain livestock socio-ecosystems

11:10

A. Tolvanen

Long-term data and spatial modelling in the assessment of ecosystem services in Boreal-Arctic Finland

11:20

H. Klug

Taking into account the effects of extreme events in ecosystem service assessments in the European Alps

11:30

E. Vladimir

Ecological service in the Russian European North: regulation of reindeer husbandry and the industrial development

11:40

V. Hausner

Identifying research gaps and needs in Arctic ecosystem services research by modelling of large textual data sets

11:50

S. Rebecca

Socio-ecological bundle analysis: A general methodology for cross-study comparisons of predictors of ecosystem service bundles

12:00

  • Questions to contributors.
  • What are the crucial knowledge gaps and what methods are appropriate for connecting people and nature?

Slot 2:

14:00-15:30

14:00

S. Brunner

Exploring the resilience of a mountain social-ecological system to provide demanded ecosystem services under global change

14:10

I. Simona

Dynamics of high-altitude environments as a life-support system to wild herbivores: a storyline from the ECOPOTENTIAL project

14:20

K. Marina

Assessing community resilience and impacts on ecosystem service provision in future: a case study from the Alps

14:30

S. Engen

What factors are important in determining the distribution of ecosystem values in Norwegian Alpine areas?

14:40

B. M. Zoderer

Can we identify and map the tourists' perceptions of cultural ecosystem services? Insights from an Alpine case study

14:50

  • Questions to the contributors
  • Brainstorming ideas and discussing how we want to organise BWG6

B5 Informing marine and coastal policy using ecosystem service assessments: evidence from real world applications

Room K.103 Thursday, 22 September, 14:00-15:30 and 16:00-17:30

Host(s)

E. Drakou, C. Liquete

Time

Name

Title of the presentation

Slot 1:

14:00-15:30

 

14:00

Introduction to the session  Large scale assessments

14:05

A. Lillebø

Assessment of marine ecosystem services indicators: experiences and lessons learned from 14 European case studies

14:15

J. Rodrigues

Global marine and coastal cultural ecosystem services: a systematic review

14:25

H. Hummel

The importance of ecosystem services required to qualify and install Marine Protected Areas – variable views of stakeholders and a comparison with other geographic domains.

14:35

G. El Serafy

Applying ecosystem services to optimize protected area management

14:45

L. Camino

The sustainability of ecosystem services provided by the Mediterranean Sea

14:55

B. Hasler

Nutrient uptake by mussel and algae cultivation as ecosystem services – utilization as measures in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive

15:05

R. Wenning

Ecosystem services and net environmental benefit analysis in North Sea offshore oil & gas decommissioning

15:15

A. Van Oudenhoven

Using ecosystem services to evaluate the success of a beach nourishment

 

 

Coffee break (15:30-16:00)

Slot 2:

16:00-17:30

 

16:00

L. Paltriguera

Coastal Marine Protected Areas: how can managers maximise benefits?

16:10

K. Boyanova

Assessment of ecosystem services to support sectoral policies at the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast

16:20

M. Ripken

Linking transnational marine spatial planning and ecosystem services – A North Sea region case study

16:30

K. Veidemane

Marine ecosystem services in development of the Maritime Spatial Plan of Latvia

16:40

E. Gissi

How to inform Maritime Spatial Planning from an ecosystem services approach? Challenges from the case of the Adriatic Ionian Region

16:50

A. Böhnke-Henrichs

Salt marsh conservation in the lagoon of Venice – stakeholder preferences and ecosystem service demand

17:00

J. Delangue

Protecting sandy coastal ecosystem in Aquitaine region to mitigate coastal erosion

Discussion 17:10-17:30

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