Conservation & sustainability, Policy, Studies

Using biophysical information in policies for agroecosystem services in California

How can biophysical scientists contribute to a better understanding of the ecological processes in California’s agroecosystems that generate multifunctionality, and convey these outcomes for use in policy decisions by land users and other stakeholders to increase ecosystem services? The aim of this chapter is to address this central question considering three components.

Read article here: Using Biophysical Information in Policies for Agroecosystem Services in California (pdf). By Louise Jackson, Department of Air, Water, and Land Resources, UC Davis, 2007

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