Joachim Maes spends much of his time researching Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Biodiversity, Ecosystem and Provisioning. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Sustainable development, Natural capital, Land use and Environmental planning. His Ecosystem services research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Socioeconomic status, Landscape planning, Valuation, Sustainability and Land-use planning.
His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conservation biology and Ecosystem health. Joachim Maes works on Ecosystem which deals in particular with Ecosystem valuation. His Provisioning research focuses on Recreation and how it connects with Service.
Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Fishery, Ecosystem and Estuary are his primary areas of study. His Ecosystem services study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Valuation, Land use and Environmental planning. His studies deal with areas such as Ecosystem valuation, Provisioning, Recreation and Agriculture as well as Environmental resource management.
His Fishery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Platichthys and Sprattus sprattus. His Ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Accounting and Sustainability. His Estuary research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Herring, Clupea, Clupeidae and Fish migration.
Joachim Maes mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Environmental planning and Natural capital. His Ecosystem services study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Valuation, Sustainability and Service. Joachim Maes has included themes like Spatial ecology, Biodiversity, Recreation and Land use in his Environmental resource management study.
His work on Natura 2000 as part of general Biodiversity study is frequently connected to Baseline, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. In general Ecosystem, his work in Natural capital accounting is often linked to Typology, Quality and Structure linking many areas of study. His Green infrastructure study, which is part of a larger body of work in Environmental planning, is frequently linked to Field, Visualization and Human society, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Natural capital and Environmental planning. His Ecosystem services research integrates issues from Biodiversity and Sustainability. His research in Environmental resource management intersects with topics in Recreation, Land use and Sustainable development.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Accounting information system, Protected area, Valuation and Natural capital accounting. In his study, Joachim Maes carries out multidisciplinary Ecosystem and Operational framework research. His work on Green infrastructure and Spatial planning as part of his general Environmental planning study is frequently connected to Scarcity and Human settlement, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Mapping ecosystem services for policy support and decision making in the European Union
Joachim Maes;Benis Egoh;Louise Willemen;Camino Liquete.
A blueprint for mapping and modelling ecosystem services
Neville D. Crossman;Benjamin Burkhard;Stoyan Nedkov;Louise Willemen.
Synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem service supply, biodiversity, and habitat conservation status in Europe
J. Maes;M.L. Paracchini;G. Zulian;M.B. Dunbar.
An indicator framework for assessing ecosystem services in support of the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020
Joachim Maes;Camino Liquete;Anne Teller;Markus Erhard.
Mapping cultural ecosystem services: a framework to assess the potential for outdoor recreation across the EU
Maria Luisa Paracchini;Grazia Zulian;Leena Kopperoinen;Joachim Maes.
Nature‐Based Solutions for Europe's Sustainable Development
Joachim Maes;Sander Jacobs.
Mapping Ecosystem Services
Joachim Maes;Neville D. Crossman;Benjamin Burkhard.
Mapping ecosystem services' values: current practice and future prospects.
Jan Philipp Schagner;Luke M. Brander;Joachim Maes;Volkmar Hartje.
Indicators for mapping ecosystem services: a review
Benis N Egoh;Evangelia Drakou;Martha B. Dunbar;Joachim Maes.
“Maps have an air of authority”: Potential benefits and challenges of ecosystem service maps at different levels of decision making
Jennifer Hauck;Christoph Görg;Riku Varjopuro;Outi Ratamäki.
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