Uta Schirpke
Uta Schirpke
Eurac Research - Institute for Alpine Environment
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Predicting scenic beauty of mountain regions
U Schirpke, E Tasser, U Tappeiner
Landscape and Urban Planning 111, 1-12, 2013
1462013
On the effects of scale for ecosystem services mapping
A Grêt-Regamey, B Weibel, KJ Bagstad, M Ferrari, D Geneletti, H Klug, ...
PLoS One 9 (12), e112601, 2014
802014
Future impacts of changing land-use and climate on ecosystem services of mountain grassland and their resilience
U Schirpke, M Kohler, G Leitinger, V Fontana, E Tasser, U Tappeiner
Ecosystem Services 26, 79-94, 2017
752017
Cultural ecosystem services of mountain regions: Modelling the aesthetic value
U Schirpke, F Timmermann, U Tappeiner, E Tasser
Ecological indicators 69, 78-90, 2016
722016
Multiple ecosystem services of a changing Alpine landscape: past, present and future
U Schirpke, G Leitinger, E Tasser, M Schermer, M Steinbacher, ...
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2013
692013
Ecosystem services-based SWOT analysis of protected areas for conservation strategies
R Scolozzi, U Schirpke, E Morri, D D'Amato, R Santolini
Journal of environmental management 146, 543-551, 2014
612014
Linking long-term landscape dynamics to the multiple interactions among ecosystem services in the European Alps
LE Vigl, U Schirpke, E Tasser, U Tappeiner
Landscape Ecology 31 (9), 1903-1918, 2016
512016
Mapping beneficiaries of ecosystem services flows from Natura 2000 sites
U Schirpke, R Scolozzi, C De Marco, U Tappeiner
Ecosystem services 9, 170-179, 2014
482014
Mapping alpine landscape values and related threats as perceived by tourists
R Scolozzi, U Schirpke, C Detassis, S Abdullah, A Gretter
Landscape research 40 (4), 451-465, 2015
462015
Integrating supply, flow and demand to enhance the understanding of interactions among multiple ecosystem services
U Schirpke, S Candiago, LE Vigl, H Jäger, A Labadini, T Marsoner, ...
Science of The Total Environment 651 (1), 928-941, 2019
422019
Revealing spatial and temporal patterns of outdoor recreation in the European Alps and their surroundings
U Schirpke, C Meisch, T Marsoner, U Tappeiner
Ecosystem services 31, 336-350, 2018
372018
Historical trajectories in land use pattern and grassland ecosystem services in two European alpine landscapes
S Lavorel, K Grigulis, G Leitinger, M Kohler, U Schirpke, U Tappeiner
Regional environmental change 17 (8), 2251-2264, 2017
362017
SPA-LUCC: Developing land-use/cover scenarios in mountain landscapes
U Schirpke, G Leitinger, U Tappeiner, E Tasser
Ecological Informatics 12, 68-76, 2012
362012
Using land use/land cover trajectories to uncover ecosystem service patterns across the Alps
LE Vigl, E Tasser, U Schirpke, U Tappeiner
Regional Environmental Change, 1-14, 2017
342017
Impact of droughts on water provision in managed alpine grasslands in two climatically different regions of the Alps
G Leitinger, R Ruggenthaler, A Hammerle, S Lavorel, U Schirpke, ...
Ecohydrology 8 (8), 1600-1613, 2015
302015
Can we model the scenic beauty of an alpine landscape?
U Schirpke, S Hölzler, G Leitinger, M Bacher, U Tappeiner, E Tasser
Sustainability 5 (3), 1080-1094, 2013
262013
How to support the effective management of Natura 2000 sites?
D Pellegrino, U Schirpke, D Marino
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60 (3), 383-398, 2017
242017
Operationalising ecosystem services for effective management of protected areas: Experiences and challenges
U Schirpke, D Marino, A Marucci, M Palmieri, R Scolozzi
Ecosystem Services 28, 105-114, 2017
202017
Symbolic species as a cultural ecosystem service in the European Alps: insights and open issues
U Schirpke, C Meisch, U Tappeiner
Landscape Ecology 33 (5), 711–730, 2018
162018
Recreational ecosystem services in protected areas: A survey of visitors to Natura 2000 sites in Italy
U Schirpke, R Scolozzi, R Da Re, M Masiero, D Pellegrino, D Marino
Journal of outdoor recreation and tourism 21, 39-50, 2018
142018
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