Ecosystem services is a model that connects goods and services provided by ecosystems that are valuable to humans (for example, a forest supplying paper) to human well-being. SETAC has been very active in developing and advancing the concept.
- An Ecosystem Services Approach to Pesticide Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Non-target Terrestrial Plants: Recommendations from a 2nd SETAC Europe Workshop
SETAC Technical Workshop (2016)
- An Ecosystem Services Approach to Pesticide Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Non-target Terrestrial Plants: Recommendations from a 1st SETAC Europe Workshop
SETAC Technical Workshop (2015)
- The Nexus Between Ecological Risk Assessment and Natural Resource Damage Assessment Under CERCLA: Understanding and Improving the Common Scientific Underpinnings
SETAC Technical Workshop (2008)
- Integrating Aquatic Designated Use Protection and Restoration Strategies Using an Ecosystem Goods and Services Framework
IEAM 15: 808–818 (2019)
- Ecosystem Services, Environmental Stressors, and Decision Making
IEAM 13: 38–84 (2017)
- Restoration of Impaired Ecosystems: An Ounce of Prevention or a Pound of Cure?
IEAM 12: 247–305 (2016)
- Introduction to 3 Learned Discourses on Ecological Valuation
IEAM 11: 329 (2015)