Ecosystem Services Production Efficiency of Longleaf Pine Under Changing Weather Conditions
Damian Adams () and
Paulo C. Moreno
Ecological Economics, 2019, vol. 156, issue C, 24-34
•Efficiency in the production of ecosystem services falls with changing weather.•Increased forestry inputs may not necessarily boost ecosystem services.•Disturbances favor ecosystem service efficiency.•High productivity conditions favor ecosystem service efficiency.•Productivity, ownership, treatment, site and disturbance have impact on efficiency.
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