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 The OpenNESS project defines ES flow as the rate at which ecosystem services are supplied to some beneficiary (Potschin et al. 2016) ((Potschin, M.; Haines-Young,​ R.; Heink, U. & Jax, K. (Eds.) (2016): OpenNESS Glossary (V3.0). Prepared by the “Glossary editorial team”. Online available at http://​www.openness-project.eu/​glossary.)). Flow indicators refer to de facto used ES that are changing over time and represent the utilized ecosystem services (Albert et al. 2015) ((Albert, C.; Bonn, A.; Burkhard, B.; Daube, S.; Dietrich, K.; Engels, B., et al. (2015): Towards a national set of ecosystem service indicators. Insights from Germany. In: Ecological Indicators 61, p. 38–48.)). The OpenNESS project defines ES flow as the rate at which ecosystem services are supplied to some beneficiary (Potschin et al. 2016) ((Potschin, M.; Haines-Young,​ R.; Heink, U. & Jax, K. (Eds.) (2016): OpenNESS Glossary (V3.0). Prepared by the “Glossary editorial team”. Online available at http://​www.openness-project.eu/​glossary.)). Flow indicators refer to de facto used ES that are changing over time and represent the utilized ecosystem services (Albert et al. 2015) ((Albert, C.; Bonn, A.; Burkhard, B.; Daube, S.; Dietrich, K.; Engels, B., et al. (2015): Towards a national set of ecosystem service indicators. Insights from Germany. In: Ecological Indicators 61, p. 38–48.)).
  
-//In AlpES the ecosystem service flow describes the de facto used ecosystem services or sets/​bundles of ecosystem services and other outputs from natural systems in a particular area within a given time period. The definition is mainly in line with Albert et al. (2015) ((Albert, C.; Bonn, A.; Burkhard, B.; Daube, S.; Dietrich, K.; Engels, B., et al. (2015): Towards a national set of ecosystem service indicators. Insights from Germany. In: Ecological Indicators 61, p. 38–48.)).//​+//In [[:​wiki:​alpesbackground|AlpES]] the ecosystem service flow describes the de facto used ecosystem services or sets/​bundles of ecosystem services and other outputs from natural systems in a particular area within a given time period. The definition is mainly in line with Albert et al. (2015) ((Albert, C.; Bonn, A.; Burkhard, B.; Daube, S.; Dietrich, K.; Engels, B., et al. (2015): Towards a national set of ecosystem service indicators. Insights from Germany. In: Ecological Indicators 61, p. 38–48.)).//​
  
  
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