Modelling socio-ecological systems, in which social and ecological systems interact each other and co-evolve, are useful for supporting decisions in managing landscape ecosystems. Inter-linking socially interactive decision-making to relevant ecological processes faces a great challenge due to at least two reasons: (1) the inherent mismatches in the spatial and temporal scales the considered processes operate, (2) differences in relevant methods for modelling the processes and (3) different data availabilities for the processes.
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Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsOctober, 2019Burkina Faso, China, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Western Africa, Eastern Africa, Eastern Asia, South-Eastern Asia
Library ResourceConference Papers & ReportsDecember, 2016Vietnam, South-Eastern Asia
Assessment of future multiple ecosystem services driven by alternative land-use policies is
useful for supporting decisions about what and where to invest for the best overall environmental and
developmental outcomes. The task faces a great challenge due to the inherent complexity of humanlandscape
systems and trade-offs between rural livelihood improvement, biodiversity conservation and
carbon sequestration. Agent-based system models have been recognized to be well suited to simulate
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