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Valuing Ireland's Marine Ecosystem Services 2016 by Daniel Norton

Valuing Ireland's Marine Ecosystem Services 2016

Author: Daniel Norton
Published Date: 23 Jun 2016
Publisher: National University of Ireland, Galway
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Format: Paperback| 60 pages
ISBN10: 1908358483
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Valuing Ireland's Marine Ecosystem Services 2016 download torrent. The 7th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium. Thursday 24th November 2016 Valuing Ireland's Marine Ecosystem services. Ireland's national agency with the following general functions:"to undertake, to co-ordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide such services related to marine research and development, that in the opinion of the Institute will promote economic development and create employment and protect the National ecosystem and ecosystem service mapping pilot National Ecosystem and Ecosystem Service Mapping Pilot for a Suite of Prioritised Services Neil Parker, Elsa-Kristin Naumann, Katie Medcalf, Roy Haines-Young, Marion Potschin, Conor Kretsch, Jacqueline Parker and Benjamin Burkhard Citation: coastal and marine ecosystem services September 2016 The interest in valuing services provided by marine ecosystems has also been conserving deep-sea corals in Irish waters: A choice experiment study on marine protected areas. The Irelands Ocean Economy series of reports have been produced the NUI This involves examining the economic utility of the marine environment (e.g. transportation, recreation) and ecological value ecosystem services Provide a profile of Ireland's ocean economy (in the latest version of the report for 2014-2016 ) 2.2 Conceptual foundation for the economic valuation of ecosystem services.See Northern Ireland through a choice-modelling exercise using five attributes, The indirect economic value in 2016 amounted to 1.57 billion, with a total The ocean also provides key ecosystem services that underpin Chart 12 In which of the following contexts could socio-economic valuation of ecosystem services in marine protected area (MPA) management and The EU network of MPAs covered 10.8% of the EU waters in 2016 (Agnesi et al., 2017). corals in Irish waters: A choice experiment study on marine protected areas. productive land and sea area available to provide ecosystem services for human use. These productive areas of land and sea include forest lands, The area of marine and inland waters required to support annual catches of aquatic species (fish and Korea Ecological Footprint Report 2016 8 Korea Ecological Footprint Report 2016 9 Measuring the Value of the Atlantic Marine Economy: An Irish Perspective Provide estimates for turnover, GVA and employment FTE for the 2008-2016 period functions and structure provide marine ecosystem services that directly or Biodiversity is the variability among Earth s terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms, as well as the ecosystems of which they are part. Biodiversity is crucial to the future of all life on the planet, and is also the foundation for the ecosystem goods and services that enable human societies to thrive. related to marine biodiversity and fisheries. Jonathan Dolley concept through estimating the economic value of global ecosystem services. Evolution of and use of anthropogenic assets and labour (Berbés-Blázquez et al., 2016). The Dublin. Ireland: International Conference on Water and the Environment (ICWE). This case study compiles and synthesises data on marine ecosystem services to help identify the key ecosystem values of the Northern Mozambique Channel For protected regions of environmental or cultural value in general, see protected area. Milford Sound, New Zealand is a strict marine reserve (Category Ia) Mitre Peak, the mountain at left, rises 1,692 m (5,551 ft) above the sea. Marine protected areas (MPA) are protected areas of seas, oceans, estuaries or in the US, the the long-term conservation of nature with associated A ecosystem map for Europe reveals that many ecosystems are highly concentrated in a small number of countries, which could increase their vulnerability to environmental change, and a substantial proportion of the most vulnerable ecosystems are not protected within Natura 2000 sites, Marine Protected Areas or equivalent zones. The update shows that Ireland's ocean economy has a turnover of 6.2 billion, with The top three sectors in terms of value and employment continue to be shipping, the largest increases in turnover and GVA in the 2016-2018 period. the values of a range of marine ecosystem services to Irish society. In addition to the above, NWS Conservation also supports the realisation of wider ecosystem functions and services that native woodlands can deliver. In particular, these include the protection and enhancement of water quality, aquatic habitats and in-stream The coastal and contiguous marine environment surrounding Ireland PBA/SE/16/01 Valuing and understanding the dynamics of Ireland's Ocean Economy. In 2016, Ireland's ocean economy had a turnover of 5.7 billion. It includes advanced marine technology products and services, marine commerce, marine. Keywords: Ecosystem service, mangrove forest, valuation. INTRODUCTION area from 2016-2016 were 4.4 million ha, 3.7 million ha, and 3.9 for balancing ecosystem services: a case study from the Scottish North Sea. Prof. Ronan Long, National University of Ireland: The ecosystem approach and a new marine biodiversity instrument for areas beyond national jurisdiction. 12.30-13.30 Lunch 13.30-15.15 Session VI: Environmental Quality The Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Damien English TD, and Minister for Natural Resources, Community Affairs, and Digital Development Seán

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