Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/44747
Authors: 
Ohl, Cornelia
Bezák, Peter
Palarie, Teodora Alexandra
Gelan, Ayele
Krauze, Kinga
Year of Publication: 
2009
Series/Report no.: 
UFZ-Diskussionspapiere 2/2009
Abstract: 
This article develops eleven criteria focusing on the relative importance and strength of different, especially socio-economic drivers of and pressures on biodiversity. These refer to the syndrome concept designed to assess global environmental risks and the DPSIR framework developed to guide integrative assessment of links between human activities and degradation of the natural environment. The aim is (a) coordinating inter-disciplinary research on distinguishing characteristics of drivers and pressures, (b) structuring interdisciplinary discussions on scale and cross-scale dynamics in assessment of biodiversity change as well as (c) setting priorities in policy making and implementation of response actions.
Subjects: 
Biodiversity change
assessment criteria
setting priorities in driver-pressure management
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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