Linking Biodiversity Research Communities
The ecology of terrestrial and marine ecosystems has been studied for over a hundred years and human utilization of both realms has been documented going back hundreds or even thousands of years.
We gratefully thank all experts at AWI and UFZ who participated in the Delphi-assessment and shared their views and insights. We acknowledge financial support by the ESKP initiative. This work is part of the PACES II Research Program at AWI, and of the Topic “Land Use, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services” at UFZ. Furthermore, the Helmholtz Office in Berlin, the Climate Service Centre in Hamburg as well as AWI and UFZ are acknowledged for hosting our meetings.
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