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Record number 562095
Title Examining effects of climate change and land use dynamic on biophysical and economic values of ecosystem services of a natural reserve region
Author(s) Sannigrahi, Srikanta; Zhang, Qi; Joshi, P.K.; Sutton, Paul C.; Keesstra, Saskia; Roy, P.S.; Pilla, Francesco; Basu, Bidroha; Wang, Ying; Jha, Shouvik; Paul, Saikat Kumar; Sen, Somnath
Source Journal of Cleaner Production 257 (2020). - ISSN 0959-6526
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120424
Department(s) Soil, Water and Land Use
PE&RC
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2020
Keyword(s) CA-Markov - Climate change - Ecosystem services - InVEST - Land use - Sundarbans
Abstract

Ecosystem Service Valuation (ESV) is a process of evaluating and quantifying the monetary values of ESs and their functions. Using both biophysical and spatially explicit integrated models, biophysical and monetary values of key Ecosystem Services (ESs) were estimated in the Sundarbans Biosphere Region (SBR), India. Quantification was made both in time series (1982–2017) and individual years (1973, 1988, 2003, 2013, 2018, 2025, 2035, 2045) to understand the impact of climate change and land-use dynamics on the long-term ecological status of the region. The monetary and biophysical values of the ESs were then obtained from Net Primary Productivity (NPP) models, Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Trade-offs (InVEST), and Cellular Automata Markov Chain Model (CA-Markov). NPP increased significantly during the first half period (1982–1999), but significantly declined during the second period (2000–2017). The highest estimated ESVs (US$ ha−1) was found for habitat service (30780), nutrient cycling (12626), and gas regulation (7224.81), whereas, lower ESVs were approximated for water regulation (347.81), raw material production (777.82) and waste treatment (13.57) services. Among the nine ESs evaluated, climate regulation, gas regulation, and disturbance regulation were the most important regulating services of the SBR. The combined effects of climate change and land-use dynamics on ESs are much stringent in a vulnerable region like the SBR. Most of the regulating services were closely associated with the fluctuation of land use land cover input. Thus, land management policies and land reform strategies that will encourage the conversion of productive land, especially the highly productive mangrove forest, for the development or any other financial benefits, would disturb the ideal human-nature balance of this ecosystem. The outcomes of this study also provide an important reference to the land administrators, researchers, and decision-makers to comprehend the expected social-ecological juxtaposition in a protected natural reserve region like the Sundarbans.

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