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Koen Kramer, Cop 15, 11 December 2009, Kopenhagen

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Presentation: "From nature conservation areas to nature adaptation areas" Presented at COP15, 11 December 2010, Copenhagen.

Presentation: "From nature conservation areas to nature adaptation areas" Presented at COP15, 11 December 2010, Copenhagen.


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    • 1. from nature conservation areas to nature adaptation areas Koen Kramer Team leader Vegetation and Landscape Ecology December 11 2009, Copenhagen
    • 2. source: Peter Timofeeff
    • 3. source: Peter Timofeeff Salt intrusion
    • 4. functional diversity, base of adaptive capacity and ecological resilience source: B. Walker Number of species Number of individuals “ passengers” “ drivers” biodiversity Red-listed species
    • 5.
      • Functional diversity in drivers ( effect groups )
        • Enhance adaptive capacity and resilience
        • Allow ecosystems to adapt through succession and disturbances
        • Analyse ecosystem functioning and -services
      • Functional diversity in passengers ( response groups )
        • Analyse match between response groups and the landscape
        • What are (future) bottlenecks
        • Avoid future disasters
      Functional approach of ecosystem management
    • 6. Connecting areas source: Claire Vos, Alterra
    • 7. change in probability of occurrence of beech source: Wilfried Thuiller Advise for adaptive measures in forested areas
    • 8. Application of approach and models in Inner Mongolia
    • 9. High levels of biodiversity, partly endemic
    • 10.  
    • 11.  
    • 12. 沙尘暴滚滚而来
    • 13. People that decide…
    • 14. … and people that have to do it:
    • 15. changes in ecosystem adaptive capacity and ecosystem services due to loss of biodiversity source: Leon Braat Pristine forest Degraded land Extensive use Plantation Original species Fossil fuel subsidized Extensive use Subsistence agriculture REGULATING SERVICES PUBLIC PROVISIONING SERVICES PRIVATE
    • 16. 2000 2050 global loss of biodiversity (Ref: Braat & Ten Brink 2008) Nature areas are storehouses of adaptive capacity. They should be managed as nature adaptation areas to protect nature and to safeguard ecosystem services This requires a careful and stepwise shift from current policy and target setting
    • 17. [email_address] +31 317 485873