Skip to navigation Skip to content

Exploring ways for the application of ecosystem services approaches at the catchment level

This page is no longer updated. The information presented here formed part of our previous areas of research. This has included research carried out on behalf of our research partners, commerical contracts and also the Scottish Goverment's Strategic research programme during the period 2011 - 2016.

Scottish Goverment LogoWe have left these pages here to provide background information on our previous areas of research. Further details on the RESAS strategic programme of research (2016-21) will be made available.

Further details on why we archive pages can be found on the following page.

Co-construction of a common understanding between scientist, practitioners, land managers and other stakeholders brings knowledge from different disciplines and stakeholders that is crucial for a better understanding of the linkages between nature and human wellbeing.

The Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW) activity Towards an Ecosystem Service Approach in the Lunan Catchment, used a focus group with local stakeholders to develop the ecosystem service vision for this catchment in Eastern Scotland.

Figure 1

Figure 1: Co-constructed framework for the application of an ecosystem service approach to the Lunan Catchment. Local Stakeholders Focus Group, Tannadice 14 March 2012.

To find out more about this initiative email Dr Kit MacLeod.


Areas of Interest

Printed from /research/archive/2011-16/managing-catchments-and-coasts/ecosystem-services/catchment-level on 20/04/24 10:16:05 AM

The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.