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Measuring ecosystem services by urban species: the LIFE Urbangreen project

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Presentation of the Life UrbanGreen project at SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF 2020

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Measuring ecosystem services by urban species: the LIFE Urbangreen project

  1. 1. XI Workshop of the SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF Measuring ecosystem services by urban species: the LIFE Urbangreen project Alessio Fini*, Jacopo Mori, Irene Vigevani, Francesco Ferrini, Alice Pasquinelli, Marco Gibin, Piotr Wezyk, Osvaldo Failla, Paolo Viskanic Alessio Fini
  2. 2. XI Workshop of the SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF R3 GIS srl – Bolzano (IT) - Project coordinator Progea 4D – Krakow (PL) University of Milano (IT) University of Firenze (IT) Anthea srl - Rimini (IT) Zarzad Zieleni Miejskiej - Krakow (PL) City of Taipei (TW) National Central University of Taiwan External Partners Project timeframe 01.07.2018 - 30.06.2021 Total budget 2,513,784.00 € EU contribution 1,310,335.00 €
  3. 3. XI Workshop of the SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF 1- Smart irrigation (KL for urban species) 2- Efficient programming of jobs and control activities (reduce their carbon footprint) 3- Monitoring through IOT, meteo and RS data (use weather, remote sensing and sensors data to improve green area management ) 4- Public engagement (solicit social involvement of citizens in urban green area management) 5- Measure ecosystem services (regulation)
  4. 4. XI Workshop of the SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF
  5. 5. XI Workshop of the SILVA MEDITERRANEA WORKING GROUP ON UPF CO2 assimilation largely exceeds sequestration CO2 assimilation depends on plant physiology and environment Need to assess on more species, in more climates Anisohydric species yielded a similar photosynthesis in spring and summer Large decreases were observed instead in isohydric species

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