Using remote sensing to evaluate the influence of grassland restoration activities on ecosystem forage provisioning services

Author(s): 

Malmstrom, C. E.
Butterfield, H. S.
Barber, C.
Dieter, B.
Harrison, R.
Qi, J.
Riaño, D.
Schrotenboer, A.
Stone, S.
Stoner, C. J.
Wirka, J. L.

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2008

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Journal Article

As valuation of ecosystem goods and services derived from ecological processes becomes increasingly important in environmental decision-making, the need to quantify how restoration activities influence ecosystem function has grown more urgent, particularly within income-generating or subsistence-providing landscapes where economic needs and biodiversity goals must be balanced.

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Malmstrom, C. M., H. S. Butterfield, C. Barber, B. Dieter, R. Harrison, J. Qi, D. Riaño, A. Schrotenboer, S. Stone, C. J. Stoner, and J. L. Wirka. 2008. Using remote sensing to evaluate the influence of grassland restoration activities on ecosystem forage provisioning services. Restoration Ecology 17: 526-538.

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