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Millennium Ecosystem Assessment conceptual framework

Year: 2007 Author: Philippe Rekacewicz, Emmanuelle Bournay, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
International demand for timber may lead to a regional loss of forest cover, which increases flood magnitude along a local stretch of a river. Similarly, the interactions can take place across different time scales. Actions can be taken either to respond to negative changes or to enhance positive changes at almost all points in this framework.
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Inland water and mountain systems
Water withdrawals in 2050
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment - Sub-global assessments
Changes in forest area
Proportion of population with improved drinking water supply in 2002
Annual flow of benefits from forests in selected countries
Estimated total reactive nitrogen deposition from the atmosphere (wet and dry) in 1860, early 1990s, and projected for 2050
Number of ecosystem services enhanced or degraded by 2050