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2.3.2 The three sequences of triage

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Basically, the triage process consists of three sequences:

  • a preliminary delimitation of the scope of the ecosystem services assessment in relation to its general aims
  • a refinement of the scope of the ecosystem services assessment in support of scenarios building and policy design
  • the choice of methods, tools and means for ecosystem services assessment in response to management needs.

In practice, the triage process requires sequential consideration of a series of nine questions, which are described in more detail below.

 

2 3   Triage steps

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