Vulnerability of Ecosystem Services in Farmland Depends on Landscape Management
Forty-four percent of Europe’s terrestrial surface is covered with agricultural land. Thus, agriculture strongly influences Europe’s environment, including ecological functions and processes.
KeywordsAgricultural intensification Biodiversity Landscape heterogeneity Landscape complexity Landscape composition Landscape configuration Pollination Pest control Semi-natural habitat Spatial scale
Aliette Bosem Baillod was supported by a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Svenja Bänsch acknowledges her scholarship by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU) and Péter Batáry was funded through the DFG (BA 4438/2-1) and by the Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme of Hungary (GINOP-2.3.2-15-2016-00019). Aliette Bosem Baillod and Annika Hass were supported by the ERA-Net BiodivERsA project “FarmLand” funded by the BMBF (German Ministry of Research and Education, FKZ: 01LC1104A).
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