Sarah Wolff
Sarah Wolff
Institute for Environmental Studies, Amsterdam
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Mapping ecosystem services demand: A review of current research and future perspectives
S Wolff, CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Ecological Indicators 55, 159-171, 2015
Interregional flows of ecosystem services: Concepts, typology and four cases
M Schröter, T Koellner, R Alkemade, S Arnhold, KJ Bagstad, KH Erb, ...
Ecosystem Services 31, 231-241, 2018
Quantifying spatial variation in ecosystem services demand: a global mapping approach
S Wolff, CJE Schulp, T Kastner, PH Verburg
Ecological Economics 136, 14-29, 2017
Meeting global land restoration and protection targets: What would the world look like in 2050?
S Wolff, EA Schrammeijer, CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Global Environmental Change 52, 259-272, 2018
Quantifying interregional flows of multiple ecosystem services–a case study for Germany
J Kleemann, M Schröter, KJ Bagstad, C Kuhlicke, T Kastner, D Fridman, ...
Global Environmental Change 61, 102051, 2020
Guidance for assessing interregional ecosystem service flows
T Koellner, A Bonn, S Arnhold, KJ Bagstad, D Fridman, CA Guerra, ...
Ecological Indicators 105, 92-106, 2019
Interregional flows of ecosystem services: concepts, typology and four cases. Ecosyst Serv 31: 231–241
M Schröter, T Koellner, R Alkemade, S Arnhold, KJ Bagstad, KH Erb, ...
Contextualizing local landscape initiatives in global change: a scenario study for the high forest zone, Ghana
S Wolff, J Meijer, CJE Schulp, PH Verburg
Regional Environmental Change 20 (4), 1-17, 2020
Mapping ecosystem services demand and its influence on land use change across space and time
S Wolff
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