One of the main objectives of the European Union's Biodiversity Strategy to 2020 was to preserve and restore ecosystem services (ES) as fully as possible. To this end, Member States were required to map and assess the state of ecosystems in their territory and the status and economic value of the ES they provide. In Hungary, a project was launched in the autumn of 2016, coordinated by the Ministry of Agriculture which included the national mapping and evaluation of the ES of national importance (National Ecosystem Service Mapping and Evaluation; NÖSZTÉP). We are looking for an enthusiastic student to join the evaluation of the spatial patterns of the completed national maps.
What natural, economic and social background variables influence the spatial patterns of ecosystem services in Hungary?
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