Landscape multifunctionality: A powerful concept to identify effects of environmental change

  • Bolliger J
  • Bättig M
  • Gallati J
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The interdisciplinary concept of landscape multifunctionality provides a suitable platform to combine or disentangle effects of multiple environmental stressors acting on the landscape. The concept allows mapping of trade-offs, synergies, and priority conflicts between individual landscape functions, thus providing easily accessible, hands-on means to communicate findings of environmental research to decision makers and society. This rapid communication provides an overview of current developments and potential future research avenues in landscape multifunctionality

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  • Environmental change assessments
  • Landscape multifunctionality
  • Regional environmental change

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