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 Benefits describe a positive change in or maintenance of well-being of humans by the fulfilment of needs and wants through the provision of ecosystem services (Maes et al. 2014; van der Ploeg et al. 2010) ((Maes, J.; Teller, A.; Erhard, M.; Murphy, P.; Paracchini, M. L.; Barredo, J. I. et al. (2014): Mapping and assessment of ecosystems and their services. Indicators for ecosystem assessments under action 5 of the EU biodiversity strategy to 2020 : 2nd report - final, February 2014. Luxembourg: Publications Office (Technical Report, 2014-080).)) ((van der Ploeg, S.; Groot, D. de & Wang, Y. (2010): The TEEB Valuation Database: overview of structure, data and results. Final report December 2010, Foundation for Sustainable Development. Wageningen, checked on 7/21/2016.)). Together with the often synonymously denominated goods (see [[:wiki:goods_alpes|goods]]), benefits are defined as things that people create or derive from final ecosystem services (see [[:wiki:final_ES_alpes|final ES]]). These final outputs from ecosystems have been turned into products or experiences that are no longer functionally connected to the systems from which they were derived. (Haines-Young & Potschin 2013, p. 9) ((Haines-Young, R. & Potschin, M. (2013): Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES). Consultation on Version 4, August-December 2012. Report to the European Environment Agency (EEA/IEA/09/003), checked on 3/18/2016.)). Benefits describe a positive change in or maintenance of well-being of humans by the fulfilment of needs and wants through the provision of ecosystem services (Maes et al. 2014; van der Ploeg et al. 2010) ((Maes, J.; Teller, A.; Erhard, M.; Murphy, P.; Paracchini, M. L.; Barredo, J. I. et al. (2014): Mapping and assessment of ecosystems and their services. Indicators for ecosystem assessments under action 5 of the EU biodiversity strategy to 2020 : 2nd report - final, February 2014. Luxembourg: Publications Office (Technical Report, 2014-080).)) ((van der Ploeg, S.; Groot, D. de & Wang, Y. (2010): The TEEB Valuation Database: overview of structure, data and results. Final report December 2010, Foundation for Sustainable Development. Wageningen, checked on 7/21/2016.)). Together with the often synonymously denominated goods (see [[:wiki:goods_alpes|goods]]), benefits are defined as things that people create or derive from final ecosystem services (see [[:wiki:final_ES_alpes|final ES]]). These final outputs from ecosystems have been turned into products or experiences that are no longer functionally connected to the systems from which they were derived. (Haines-Young & Potschin 2013, p. 9) ((Haines-Young, R. & Potschin, M. (2013): Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES). Consultation on Version 4, August-December 2012. Report to the European Environment Agency (EEA/IEA/09/003), checked on 3/18/2016.)).
  
  
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