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Introduction to Part II: Drivers and Their Risks for Ecosystems, Their Functions, and Services

  • Cornelia BaesslerEmail author
  • Stefan Klotz
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Abstract

The first framework for characterizing human impact on biological systems was developed to study biotic responses of different human impact factors like air, water and soil pollution, and general land use.

Keywords

Biodiversity Drivers Ecosystem functions Ecosystem response Ecosystem services Stressors 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Community EcologyHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research–UFZHalleGermany

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