land management; water resource management; hydrology; ecosystem goods and services; environmental policy; climate change; adaptation; economics
Celio E. Koellner T. Grêt-Regamey A. (2014), Modeling land use decisions with Bayesian networks: Spatially explicit analysis of driving forces on land use change., in Environmental Modelling & Software
, 52, 222-233.
- Ryffel A. Celio E. Klaus F. Grêt-Regamey A. (2013), NFP 61 Projekt «HydroServ»: Verbinden von Raumplanung und Ressourcenmanagement im Einzugsgebiet der Kleinen Emme, in Entlebucher Brattig
Vollmer D. Grêt-Regamey A (2013), Rivers as municipal infrastructure: Demand for environmental services in informal settlements along an Indonesian river, in Global Environmental Change
• Pappas C. S. Fatichi S. Leuzinger A. Wolf and P. Burlando (2013), Sensitivity analysis of a process-based ecosystem model: Pinpointing parameterization and structural issues, in J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosciences
, 118(2), 505-528.
Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2013), Understanding ecosystem services trade-offs with interactive procedural modeling for sustainable urban planning, in Landscape and Urban Planning
, 109, 107-116.
Daniel TC, Muhar A, Arnberger A, Aznar O, Boyd JW, Chan KMA, Costanza R, Elmqvist T, Flint CG, Gobster PH, Gret-Regamey A, Lave R, Muhar S, Penker M, Ribe RG, Schauppenlehner T, Sikor T, Soloviy I, Spierenburg M, Taczanowska K, Tam J, von der Dunk A (2012), Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
, 109(23), 8812-8819.
Grêt-Regamey A. (2012), Ein Choice Experiment: soll die hydrologischen Ökosystemleistungen gewichten, in Aqua &Gas
, 12, 1-2.
- Knaus F. Ryffel A. Celio E. Grêt-Regamey A. (2012), Forschung in der UBE: Das Projekt „HydroServ“, in Aktuelles aus der UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch
Celio E. Brunner S.H. Grêt-Regamey A. (2012), Participatory land use modeling with Bayesian Networks: a focus on subjective validation., in International Environmental Modelling and Software Society
Daniel TC, Muhar A, Aznar O, Boyd JW, Chan KMA, Costanza R, Flint CG, Gobster PH, Gret-Regamey A, Penker M, Ribe RG, Spierenburg M (2012), Reply to Kirchhoff: Cultural values and ecosystem services, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
, 109(46), 3147-3147.
Kunz M, Gret-Regamey A, Hurni L (2011), Customized Visualization of Natural Hazards Assessment Results and Associated Uncertainties through Interactive Functionality, in CARTOGRAPHY AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
, 38(2), 233-243.
Wolf A (2011), Estimating the potential impact of vegetation on the water cycle requires accurate soil water parameter estimation, in ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
, 222(15), 2595-2605.
Celio E. Grêt-Regamey A. (2011), Guidelines for setting up a spatially explicit Bayesian Network for modelling land use decisions, in GISRUK
, Porthmouth, England.
Knoepfel P. de Buren G. (2011), Redefining ecoservices for resource policy analyses, in Ingold K Bisang K & Hirschi Ch (ed.), Dike Verlag, Zürich, 101-115.
Grêt-Regamey A. Bugmann H. Burlando P. Celio E. de Buren G. Köllner Th. Knöpfel P Pap- (2011), Securing hydrological ecosystem services through catchment-wide land use management, in Borsdorf A. Stötter J. Veulliet E. (ed.), Innsbruck University, Innsbruck, 124-133.
de Buren G. (2011), Un regard sur la politique forestière suisse, in Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen
, 162(7), 205-208.
Seppelt R. Fath B. Burkhard B. Fisher J.L. Grêt-Regamey A. Lautenbach S. Pert P. Hotes, Form follows function? Proposing a blueprint for ecosystem service assessments based on reviews and case studies, in Ecological Indicators
Celio Enrico, Koellner Thomas, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne, Modeling land use decisions with Bayesian networks: spatially explicit analysis of driving forces on land use change, in Environmental Modelling and Software
de Buren Guillaume, Knoepfel Peter, Why does the potential for payments for environmental services implementation differ?, in Forest Policy and Economics
People rely on the integrity of ecosystems to provide hydrological ecosystem services (HES) because they are essential to human existence. Many key economic sectors such as agriculture, hydropower, re-insurance, recreation, and the drinking water sector depend on HES. Yet, human activities and global climate change are jeopardizing the ability of ecosystems to deliver HES, which results in increasing economic costs. Besides a mitigation approach, this calls for adaptation measures related to ecosystem management to foster the regulating and insurance services that ecosystems provide. We propose to analyze and simulate the full value chains of HES provided by terrestrial ecosystems under climatic and socio-economic changes. We suggest developing an integrated modeling system linking hydrological, ecological, and economical sub-models into a multi-period, spatially explicit Bayesian network that allows for feedback from changing socio-economic and political conditions to land-use and adaptation to climate change. The potential impacts of the impending changes of climate and land use and land cover on HES and the adaptive capacity of the system are integrated into vulnerability maps containing a representation of the modeling uncertainties. Based on this analysis, the project aims at (i) analyzing the consequences of climate and socio-economic changes on water resources and on the related HES in an integrative manner; and (ii) assisting policy makers in their decision-making through the design of innovative instruments for the public and private sectors and institutional regulations, which will be required to respond to the anticipated changes while preserving a balance between demand and supply of HES.