Dalal Hanna et. al.’s paper, A review of riverine ecosystem service quantification: Research gaps and recommendations features in issue 55:3 of Journal of Applied Ecology. Watch this video to find out more.

‘Rivers provide numerous ecosystem services, including drinking water and irrigation. They also provide habitat to some our favourite food sources like fish, and places to go for fun recreational activities like swimming. To ensure rivers continue to provide these important ecosystem services through time, it is crucial that riverine habitats are managed in sustainable and equitable ways. In this Journal of Applied Ecology publication find out how scientists have quantified riverine ecosystem services to date; what research challenges have yet to be addressed to aid the effective use of the ecosystem service concept in informing riverine habitat management; and, read tips about how to address these challenges in diverse riverine management situations’.

Read the full Review A review of riverine ecosystem service quantification: Research gaps and recommendations in issue 55:3 of Journal of Applied Ecology.