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|Title:||Identifying win–win situations in agricultural landscapes: an integrated ecosystem services assessment for Spain|
|Authors:||SANTOS-MARTIN FERNANDO; ZORRILLA-MIRAS PEDRO; GARCIA-LLORENTE MARINA; QUINTAS-SORIANO CRISTINA; MONTES CARLOS; BENAYAS JAVIER; GOMEZ-SAL ANTONIO; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA|
|Citation:||LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY vol. 34 no. 7 p. 1789-1805|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||European agricultural landscapes are facing contradictory phenomena in that some areas are experiencing unsustainable land-use intensification while others are being abandoned. Specifically, agricultural intensification is increasing resulting in numerous negative environmental impacts on European soils, water and biodiversity; increased crop ecological footprints; and creation of social conflicts and inequalities. Within this context, we mapped and assessed ecosystem services from Spanish agricultural landscapes to identify ecological and economical win–win situations that could provide good examples of sustainable landscape management|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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