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Ecological Function Assesment in the Colombian Andean Coffe-growing Region / Dolors Armenteras, Alexander Rincón, Néstor Ortiz : Colombia Sub-global Assesment Report

By: Armenteras, Dolors [autor]
Contributor(s): Ortiz, Néstor [autor] | Rincón, Alexander [autor]
Publisher: Bogotá : Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt, ©2005Description: 39 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficos, tablas ; 28 cmContent type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 958815149XContained works: Centro Nacional de Investigaciones del Café (Cenicafé) [autor] | Federación Nacional de Cafeteros (FNC) [autor] | Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt [autor]Subject(s): Cafe | Gestión ambiental | Planificacion regional -- Bogotá (Colombia)DDC classification: 333.72
Contents:
Assesment area. -- Adaptation of the MA Conceptual Framework. -- Undertaking the assesment. -- Drivers. of change. -- Ecosystem services. -- Human wellbeing. -- Correlation analysis with and without spatial autocorrelation considerations.
Abstract: The Colombian coffee-region millennium ecosystem assessment is an ecological functionassessment of the coffee-growing region of Colombia. This assessment is one of 33 sub-globalassessments linked to the Millennium Ecosystem Asessment (MA), a four year global effort toprovide decision-makers with information on the consequences of ecosystem change for humawell being (MA, 2003). The objectives of the Colombian coffee-region assessment were to provideuseful environmental information to institutions and decision-makers in the coffee-producingregions of Colombia.and also analyze information between ecosystem services, direct and indirectdrivers of change, and human wellbeing. This report presents a summary of the current conditionand trends of several ecosystem services, and identifies some consequences of ecosystem changesand their impact on the wellbeing of human populations in these areas. This pilot assessment isin its first stages and has been a completely self-funded assessment so far. Complete trends,scenarios and response options will be developed in the next two years if a full assessment isfinally aproved and sufficient funding is secured.
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Assesment area. -- Adaptation of the MA Conceptual Framework. -- Undertaking the assesment. -- Drivers. of change. -- Ecosystem services. -- Human wellbeing. -- Correlation analysis with and without spatial autocorrelation considerations.

The Colombian coffee-region millennium ecosystem assessment is an ecological functionassessment of the coffee-growing region of Colombia. This assessment is one of 33 sub-globalassessments linked to the Millennium Ecosystem Asessment (MA), a four year global effort toprovide decision-makers with information on the consequences of ecosystem change for humawell being (MA, 2003). The objectives of the Colombian coffee-region assessment were to provideuseful environmental information to institutions and decision-makers in the coffee-producingregions of Colombia.and also analyze information between ecosystem services, direct and indirectdrivers of change, and human wellbeing. This report presents a summary of the current conditionand trends of several ecosystem services, and identifies some consequences of ecosystem changesand their impact on the wellbeing of human populations in these areas. This pilot assessment isin its first stages and has been a completely self-funded assessment so far. Complete trends,scenarios and response options will be developed in the next two years if a full assessment isfinally aproved and sufficient funding is secured.

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