|Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services|
J Maes, A Teller, M Erhard, C Liquete, L Braat, P Berry, B Egoh, ...
An analytical framework for ecosystem assessments under action 5, 1-58, 2013
|Benefits and limitations of the ecosystem services concept in environmental policy and decision making: some stakeholder perspectives|
J Hauck, C Görg, R Varjopuro, O Ratamäki, K Jax
Environmental Science & Policy 25, 13-21, 2013
|Net-Map: collecting social network data and facilitating network learning through participatory influence network mapping|
E Schiffer, J Hauck
Field Methods 22 (3), 231-249, 2010
|“Maps have an air of authority”: potential benefits and challenges of ecosystem service maps at different levels of decision making|
J Hauck, C Görg, R Varjopuro, O Ratamäki, J Maes, H Wittmer, K Jax
Ecosystem Services 4, 25-32, 2013
|Adding some green to the greening: Improving the EU's Ecological Focus Areas for biodiversity and farmers|
G Pe'Er, Y Zinngrebe, J Hauck, S Schindler, A Dittrich, S Zingg, ...
Conservation letters 10 (5), 517-530, 2017
|A spatial assessment of ecosystem services in Europe: methods, case studies and policy analysis-phase 1|
J Maes, LC Braat, K Jax, M Hutchins, E Furman, M Termansen, S Luque, ...
Ispra: Partnership for European Environmental Research, 2011
|Integrating ecosystem services and disservices: insights from plant invasions|
AS Vaz, C Kueffer, CA Kull, DM Richardson, JR Vicente, I Kühn, ...
Ecosystem Services 23, 94-107, 2017
|What ecosystem services information do users want? Investigating interests and requirements among landscape and regional planners in Germany|
C Albert, J Hauck, N Buhr, C Von Haaren
Landscape Ecology 29 (8), 1301-1313, 2014
|Multiscale scenarios for nature futures|
IMD Rosa, HM Pereira, S Ferrier, R Alkemade, LA Acosta, HR Akcakaya, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (10), 1416-1419, 2017
|Learning and the transformative potential of citizen science|
G Bela, T Peltola, JC Young, B Balázs, I Arpin, G Pataki, J Hauck, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (5), 990-999, 2016
|Mainstreaming ecosystem services into EU policy|
J Maes, J Hauck, ML Paracchini, O Ratamäki, M Hutchins, M Termansen, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (1), 128-134, 2013
|The alignment of agricultural and nature conservation policies in the European Union|
I Hodge, J Hauck, A Bonn
Conservation Biology 29 (4), 996-1005, 2015
|The means determine the end–pursuing integrated valuation in practice|
S Jacobs, B Martín-López, DN Barton, R Dunford, PA Harrison, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 515-528, 2018
|Stakeholders’ perspectives on the operationalisation of the ecosystem service concept: Results from 27 case studies|
J Dick, F Turkelboom, H Woods, I Iniesta-Arandia, E Primmer, SR Saarela, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 552-565, 2018
|Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming the ecosystem services concept in the multi-level policy-making within the EU|
C Schleyer, C Görg, J Hauck, KJ Winkler
Ecosystem Services 16, 174-181, 2015
|The promise of the ecosystem services concept for planning and decision-making|
J Hauck, B Schweppe-Kraft, C Albert, C Görg, K Jax, R Jensen, C Fürst, ...
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 22 (4), 232-236, 2013
|Using social network analysis to identify key stakeholders in agricultural biodiversity governance and related land-use decisions at regional and local level|
J Hauck, J Schmidt, A Werner
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
|Possible futures towards a wood-based bioeconomy: A scenario analysis for Germany|
N Hagemann, E Gawel, A Purkus, N Pannicke, J Hauck
Sustainability 8 (1), 98, 2016
|Requirements for the selection of ecosystem service indicators–The case of MAES indicators|
U Heink, J Hauck, K Jax, U Sukopp
Ecological Indicators 61, 18-26, 2016
|Science-policy interface: beyond assessments|
M Hulme, JP van der Sluijs
Science 633, 697-698, 2011