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; Hartig et al., 2014 ); the health effects of biodiversity have also been researched recently ( Aerts et al., 2018 ; Sandifer et al., 2015 ). These health effects of natural landscapes have been proposed as a psychological ecosystem service and

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renewable resources (also known as ecosystem services) by more than 60% ( Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, 2005 ). To believe there will always be sufficient oxygen, clean air and water, carbon sequestration, pollinators, and the biodiversity that produces

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Sustainability of the natural environment in Florida, USA, is becoming increasingly important amid ongoing climactic and ecological changes. Ensuring the longevity of our ecosystems involves making informed choices in landscaping, including plant

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contribute to the survival and reproduction of bees ( Frankie et al., 2005 ; Matteson et al., 2008 ; McIntyre and Hostetler, 2001 ). Likewise by attracting pollinators and beneficial insects, ecosystem services can also be attained. By monitoring pollinator

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agricultural criteria of farmers and political interventions. Along with production, restored chinampas would provide a series of ecosystem services to Mexico City. This includes water filtration, regulation of water levels, microclimate regulation, increased

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economic value of many benefits of CH (such as esthetic value, happiness, environmental literacy, and ecosystem services) have not been identified, while methods for quantifying others (reduction in storm water runoff, reduced need for water treatment

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-Tree, n.d. ), annually for the 25-year time series. The tool estimates the following ecosystem services expressed in U.S. dollars: 1) carbon dioxide sequestration through mitigation of climate change impacts; 2) stormwater interception and mitigation of

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ecosystem services directly and by their role as a multifunctional groundcover that facilitates beneficial activities related to health and well-being ( Barnes et al. 2020a ; Francoeur et al. 2021 ; Monteiro 2017 ), including spaces for rest, relaxation

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landscapes as a result of their perceived lack of heat and drought resistance ( Schiavon et al., 2013 ). Where water restriction periods occur routinely, maximal ecosystem services (i.e., continued CO 2 fixation, O 2 production, and heat dissipation) may be

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the provision of ecosystem services ( Blanusa et al. 2019 ) has demonstrated that shrubs and hedges are becoming particularly important in an urban context because of city densification, which may place pressure on space for parks and large

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