Honiara Ecosystem Services - cvs

This is the cvs format of the Honiara Ecosystem Services data in the excel file

Honiara EBA.csv (2.78 KB)
Honiara Ecosystem Services (bolded ecosystem services are likely to be less resilient to future climate conditions)
Ecosystems Ecosystem Services Ecosystems Ecosystems Ecosystem Services Ecosystems Ecosystem Services
Urban springs and groundwater Water provision (drinking) Coastal and Marine Support fisheries Terrestrial watershed Regulating services including water quality and flow and air quality
Water provision (domestic) Raw materials provision (sand, gravel, coral rock, lime, stones, fuelwood) timber, Food provision (subsistence and commercial cultivated lands)
Rivers, streams other water bodies Food provision (fish, crab, ura, water cress, aquaculture) Coastal protection (attenuation and buffering of wave and storm energy by reefs and shoreline stabilisation by mangroves at the Lungga River delta) Culturally important materials and values (traditional costumes, ornaments and cultural artefacts, provision of areas for reconnecting with traditional land-based cultural practices)
Water supply (drinking) Food provision Raw materials (timber and fuelwood)
Water supply (domestic) Support tourism (e.g. snorkelling, diving and sailing) Medicinal plants
Water supply (irrigation and industrial) Habitat provision and biodiversity support Recreation and leisure (e.g. areas for socialising and reconnecting with nature)
Income generation (e.g. fishing, aquaculture) Cultural artefacts and ornaments (shell money, ornaments, jewellery and decorations) Support logging industry and agriculture
Environmental and event regulation (e.g. channel rain and flood waters) Cultural identity and status Urban greenspace/ Landscaping Shade provision
Habitat provision and biodiversity Kastom medicine provided by coral Tourism support
Support fisheries and aquaculture Recreation (e.g. sporting activities, leisure) Urban habitat and biodiversity
Recreational uses (swimming) Transport facilitation Recreation and leisure
Raw materials provision (e.g. gravel and stones) Waste disposal and dispersal Land (e.g. built environment) Food provision (subsistence and backyard gardens)
Cultural and religious values (e.g. shells, cultural identity and with the land, location for baptisms). connection Habitat provision and biodiversity support Provision of land for development, business and services
Support tourism (e.g. waterfalls) Terrestrial Watershed Erosion control and land stability Supports cultural identity
Waste disposal and dispersal High value commodity
Transport facilitation
Source : Honiara Ecosystem Based Adaptation - Option Assessment and Masterplan

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mimetype text/csv
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timestamp Tue, 06/08/2021 - 05:06
Source URL https://www.sprep.org/pebacc