2004, Hoegh-Guldberg et al. Yes Journal. 2007). 2007. The global decline in estuarine and coastal ecosystems (ECEs) is affecting a number of critical benefits, or ecosystem services. Biological Conservation 78:51–58. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. fishes), and large invertebrates (e.g., giant clams, conch, lobsters, and crabs). Montgomery, R. D. 2006. For example, studies in the Caribbean show that the presence of mangroves and seagrasses enhance considerably the biomass of coral reef fish communities (Nagelkerken et al. Barbier, E., S.D. ities such as SCUBA diving, snorkeling, island tours, and sport fishing. Each study also uses, specific measures and units of value appropriate for the, relevant study. Groundwater dependent ecosystems in coastal Mediterranean regions: Characterization, challenges and management for their protection. It should be recognized, however, that ex post ecological restoration is no panacea for, failed conservation. 2009), seagrasses receive little. 2003, Kriesel and Landry 2004, Huang et al. at Hanauma Bay and algae blooms at the Kihei coast. The value of estuarine and coastal ecosystem services. For example, in, the Meijendel dunes in The Netherlands, dune aquifers, have been used as a source of drinking water for, centuries (van der Meulen et al. Models of beach visitors in East Anglia, UK, reveal that seasonal differences are important. 1999. Environ-, Polasky, S., and K. Segerson. Hurricanes. Ecological Modeling 196:163–172. 2003. Without more efforts to value the, key services of ECEs, and to employ these values. as input. Henry, H., and R. L. Jefferies. morphodynamics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 1993. 2, there are a. number of different ways in which humans benefit from, or value, ecosystem goods and services. Science 318:1737–, Houston, J. R. 2008. 2010) and coastal freshwater catchment. A. Gill, A. International Society for Mangrove Ecosys-. Marine Pollution Bulletin 30:180–189. 4. damages to property, livestock, agriculture, fisheries, and other assets (Badola and Hussain 2005, Das and, Vincent 2009). accept as compensation to avoid a negative effect. This is of particular importance, for recreational and property-related benefits (Coombes, et al. reefs. requires the right incentives. To illustrate the current state of identifying, assessing, and valuing the key ecosystem services of Estuarine Coastal Ecosystems.2. services for environmental markets. An analysis of North Carolina beaches, shows that implementation of a beach replenishment, policy to improve beach width by an average of 100 feet, would increase the average number of trips by visitors in. 2004: an overview of their characteristics and coastal change. 2007. Mumby, P. J., A. R. Harborne, J. Williams, C. V. Kappel. Mumby, P. J., and A. Hastings. Mangrove forests are one of the world's most threatened tropical ecosystems with global loss exceeding 35% (ref. Current rates of mangrove deforestation are likely to have severe deleterious consequences for the ecosystem function, fisheries productivity and resilience of reefs. 2002, Mumby et al. Ecosystem services, processes and functions, important controlling components, examples of values, and human drivers of ecosystem change for mangroves. Science, Lubbock, H. R., and N. V. C. Polunin. Barbier, E., S.D. 1994, Bandaranayake 1998, Barbier and Strand 1998. There, are no reliable estimates of this value for coral reefs. coastal response to hurricanes. For example, Mumby (2006) argues that the management of ECE habitats in the Caribbean should take into account the life cycle migration of fish between mangroves, seagrass beds, and coral reefs. 2005, Henry and Jefferies, Among coastal ecosystems, salt marshes provide a, high number of valuable benefits to humans, including, raw materials and food, coastal protection, erosion. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 2005. Microbes Biology: Microbes in Wetland and Bioprospection of Microbes. Marine Triangle, the Philippines (Samonte-Tan et al. Incorporating nonlinear and synergistic characteristics of ECEs into management scenarios is likely to result in the most ecologically and economically sustainable management plan possible (Granek et al. Biodiversity. The value of estuarine and coastal ecosystem services Author(s) Barbier, EB; Hacker, SD; Kennedy, C; Koch, EW; Stier, AC; Silliman, BR Year. habitats in distinct locations at different time periods, such as the recreation value of several coral reef marine, parks in the Seychelles (Mathieu et al. Climate and geographic adaptation drive latitudinal clines in biomass of a widespread saltmarsh plant in its native and introduced ranges. Where studies are aware of such multiple benefits, the current approach is still to value each service as if it is independent, as was done for coastal protection, habitat–fishery linkages, and raw materials for mangroves in Thailand (Barbier 2007). Also, some researchers believed that dunes act as seawalls and reflect a significant portion of the incident wave energy. Submarine Groundwater and Vent Discharge in a Volcanic Area Associated With Coastal Acidification. part of the Reef Plan 2009 and updated later for the Reef Plan 2013. Marine Ecology Progress Series, Naylor, R., and M. Drew. The aggregate annual benefits are estimated to be $67 per acre for intertidal mud flats, $338 for salt marsh, and $1065 for seagrass across the estuary system. Yet, as this review has shown, many ECE values are non‐marketed. Elsevier, Amster-, Wood, E. M. 1985. condujo, en la práctica, a cambios reales en los sistemas de gestión. 1990. 2003. Another important service of coastal sand ecosystems is water catchment. Open access: https://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/7/9/183/htm. Such a priority is urgent. Unfortunately, as indicated in Table 1, there, are no reliable estimates of the economic value of the. Status of Marine Biodiversity in the Anthropocene. 2009. Sand dunes are able to store, significant amounts of water that can serve as aquifers, for coastal populations (Carter 1990). 2009). 2009). Van. Either of these two possible effects would result in accelerated beach erosion. 2009. 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Suspended sediments are then deposited on the, marsh surface, facilitating nutrient uptake by salt marsh, grasses. R. C. Phillips, D. I. Walker, and H. Kirkman, editors. Such investments are not only costly, but risky, and in many cases fall short of recovering the. 2007. Sediment Disposals in Estuarine Channels Alter the Eco‐Morphology of Intertidal Flats. As can be seen from Tables 1–5, each ECE habitat has, considerable ability to attenuate waves, and thus the, presence of foreshore habitats, such as coral reefs and, seagrasses, can reduce significantly the wave energy. As there are no examples of such coral, mining being conducted sustainably, we have not, An important ecosystem service provided by coral, reefs is coastal protection or the buffering of shorelines, from severe weather, thus protecting coastal human, populations, property, and economic activities. the interface between the coast, land, and watersheds, which also make them especially valuable. Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C., USA. 2003, Kriesel and Landry 2004). 2007. By stabilizing sediment, increasing the intertidal height, and providing baffling vertical structures (grass), salt, marshes reduce impacts of incoming waves by reducing. al. the standard techniques that are available to economists. Given that the, price and quantities of these marketed products are easy, to observe, there are many value estimates of the, contribution of the environmental input to this produc-, tion. Even for coral reefs, marshes, and, mangroves, important ecological services have yet to be, valued reliably, such as cross-ecosystem nutrient transfer, (coral reefs), erosion control (marshes), and pollution, control (mangroves). To reduce the amount of pollutants entering the GBR, improved management practices and water quality targets were set as, The purpose of this study was to demonstrate the importance of seagrass beds as a buffer zone for fish biodiversity in a coastal ecosystem. Establishing, an improved institutional framework does not necessar-, ily require transferring full ownership of ECE resources, to local communities, but could involve co-management, by governments and local communities that would, allow, for example, the participation of the communities. In Europe, protection and restoration of dune wildlife and habitat has become a priority (Baeyens and Martínez 2004). dunes are threatened by human use, species invasions, vegetation coupled with increased storm intensity and, sea level rise threaten critical services provided by this, ecosystem, specifically those of coastal protection. (2003), and employing the 23 September 2009 Carbon, to $2000, we calculated a value of $30.50, approximate indicator of this benefit, but this is likely to, vary greatly depending on latitude, as warmer marshes. 2009). That is, as long. Active strategies imply the direct intervention of humans in the ecosystem. Brander, L. M., R. J. G. M. Florax, and J. E. Vermaat. As an alternative to the replacement cost method, some valuation studies of the protective value of estuarine and coastal ecosystems (ECEs) have used the expected damage function approach (Barbier, 2007, Barbier and Enchelmeyer, 2014).In such cases, the ECE may be thought of as producing a non-marketed service, such as “protection” of economic activity, property and even human lives, … Foredunes can vary in height and width, and thus their ability to attenuate waves, depending on the presence of vegetation and sand supply from the beach (Hesp 1989; Hacker et al., in press). the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010. Mangrove-fishery linkages: the Malaysian. 2010) and coastal freshwater catchment. Valuing mangrove, conservation, Southern Thailand. Certainly, the various economic values of ECEs should be incorporated into policy decisions that are currently determining the major human drivers of ecological change, such as ecosystem conversion and degradation, resource overexploitation, pollution, and water diversion. Human impacts on. The economic, methods and applications. The economic, contribution of seagrass to secondary production in South. The next Sumatera tsunami: Who will live and who will die? For, example, fish harvested from Hawaiian coral reefs are, estimated to contribute $1.3 million yearly to the. To, date, the value of mangroves as a carbon sink has not, been estimated. Pages 253–266 in B. R. Silliman, T. Grosholz, and, M. D. Bertness, editors. 2004. Finally, a new model is conceptualized regarding the functioning of barrier dunes during storms versus flow dissipation by overwash. 2008). The first, distinction is between the ‘‘use values’’ as opposed to. Respondents were willing to pay. the service (Ellis and Fisher 1987, Barbier 1994, 2007, As summarized in our tables, ECE habitats tend to, generate multiple ecosystem services. In general, the term ‘ecosystem services’ refers to the benefits people obtain from ecosystems. In tropical areas, vegetation in. al. Ecological and socioeconomic impacts of 1998 coral mortality in the Indian Ocean: an ENSO impact and a warning of future change? Fourth, we discussed briefly the main, human drivers of ecosystem change that are affecting, each ECE habitat. Depletion, degradation, and recovery potential of estuaries and coastal seas. Valuation of coastal habitat support for offshore fisheries increasingly indicates that the value of this service varies spatially because the quality of the habitat is greater at the seaward edge or “fringe” of the coastal ecosystem than further inland (Peterson and Turner 1994, Manson et al. 1. across a variety of ECEs, including marshes, mangroves, nearshore coral reefs, seagrass beds, and sand beaches and dunes. Bell, F. W. 1997. Such ecological interactions are bound to affect the value of multiple services arising from a single habitat, which is an important direction for future research in valuing ECE services. In sum, the more we learn about ECEs and their services, it is apparent that ignoring these benefits is detrimental to coastal management and planning. and conservation. Ecosystem services . 2009. Secondary Metabolites of Marine Microbes: From Natural Products Chemistry to Chemical Ecology. Nations, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Freeman, A. M., III. Salt marshes provide important habitat for many, tourism, recreation, education, and research. Das, S., and J. R. Vincent. Spatio-seasonal patterns of demersal fish communities on the French Guiana Coast. 27.1 summarizes why valuing ecosystem services is important for management of coastal wetlands. nents, may influence more than one ecosystem service. However, as our tables indicate, similar ecological processes and functions, as well as controlling components, may influence more than one ecosystem service. 2006, Walton et al. of the world’s ice-free coastlines (Hardisty 1994). Using choice experiments to design, wetland management programmes: the case of the Severn, Estuary Wetland, UK. Effects of mangrove encroachment on tidal wetland plant, nekton, and bird communities in the Western Gulf of Mexico. In the Caribbean, mangroves, appear not only to protect shorelines from coastal, storms, but may also enhance the recovery of coral reef, fish populations from disturbances due to hurricanes. Participation in the, National Flood Insurance Program: an empirical analysis for, coastal properties. The value of estuarine and coastal ecosystem services By Edward B. Barbier, Sally D. Hacker, Chris Kennedy, Evamaria W. Koch, Adrian C. Stier, Brian R. Silliman View Publication. The ecological basis for economic value of, ck, P., B. Crona, and L. Ingwall. Nature 429:827–833. 2009) and some of the, synergistic properties of ECEs. Sandy beaches and dunes occur at all latitudes on earth and cover roughly 34% of the world's ice‐free coastlines (Hardisty 1994). 2005). (2002) estimate the benefits arising from a wide range of ecosystem services provided by the Peconic Estuary in Long Island, New York, USA. Water Scarcity and Land Degradation Nexus in the Anthropocene: Reformations for Advanced Water Management as Per the Sustainable Development Goals. 1999. Many of the services provided by sand beaches and dunes are threatened by human use, species invasions, and climate change (Brown and McLachlan 2002, Zarnetske et al. Seagrasses are flowering plants that colonize shallow, marine and estuarine habitats. Impacts of Seagrass Dynamics on the Coupled Long‐Term Evolution of Barrier‐Marsh‐Bay Systems. Libraries and Learning Services University Home Canvas. In the USA alone, (Houston 2008). (2003) estimate of permanent carbon sequestration by global salt marshes of 2.1 Mg C. of the world’s coastlines (Spalding et al. (2000) provide some estimates for, the Philippines. . 2003. Se describen estrategias de adaptación y mitigación para contender con estos impactos en diferentes etapas del ciclo de manejo, así como para aumentar la resiliencia de los sistemas pesqueros en el largo plazo. (2003) find that a one-, meter increase in beach width, or equivalently, the, prevention of one meter of beach erosion, increased, oceanfront and inlet-front property values by $233 on. Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:11 (2006). The benefits seagrasses provide in terms of coastal, protection and erosion control via sediment stabilization. documented on local levels (Lubbock and Polunin 1975, Warren-Rhodes et al. Maintaining ECEs for their multiple, and synergistic ecosystem services will also invariably, involve managing coastal landscapes across different, spatial and temporal scales. 2002) and being lost at an alarming rate (Orth et al. 2006. Envi-, dunes: from exploitation and prosecution to protection and. Salt, marsh linkages to productivity of Penaeid shrimps and blue, crabs in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. The aquifer still supplies enough water for 1.5 million people in surrounding cities. suitable environments for seagrass beds and mangroves. Sathirathai and Barbier 2001, Thampanya et al. In our approach to identifying the key services of. A semi-parametric estimator, for revealed and stated preference application to recreational, beach visitation. Salt marshes are characterized by sharp, zonation of plants and low species diversity, but, extremely high primary and secondary production. 1994. Challenges in Marine Restoration Ecology: How Techniques, Assessment Metrics, and Ecosystem Valuation Can Lead to Improved Restoration Success. However, very few of these services have been, Beaches and dunes provide raw materials in the form, of sand that has been mined for centuries for multiple, uses, including extraction of minerals such silica and, feldspar for glass and ceramic production, infill for, development, amendments for agriculture, and base, material for construction products. CZEN . population, such as fish or main predator. Finally, indices representing the connectivity of mangroves, salt marshes, and channels explained 30% to 70% of the catch‐per‐unit effort harvesting yields for commercially caught species in Queensland, Australia (Meynecke et al. provide (Peterson and Turner 1994, Petersen et al. 1997. processes and functions, as well as controlling compo-. Improv-, ing the assessment and valuation of ECE services should, therefore be a top policy priority for any global. Western Australia Museum, Perth, Australia. In turn, the control of sedimentation, nutrients, and, coastal water conditions that favor the growth of coral. University of. control soil pH in agriculture (Dulvy et al. Tapsuwan and Asafu-, Adjaye (2008) were able to estimate the economic value, of scuba diving in the Similan Island coral reefs in, Thailand, controlling for diver’s attitude toward the, quality of the dive site, frequency of dive trips, and, socioeconomic characteristics, including whether divers, were Thai or foreign. By one estimation, the combined global value of goods and services from coastal ecosystems is over US$12 trillion annually (1997 dollars; Costanza et al., 1997)--a figure larger than the United States' Gross Domestic Product in 2004. 2006). Such a plan should contain the following, First, more interdisciplinary studies involving econo-, mists, ecologists, and environmental scientists are, required to assess the values of the various ECE services, identified in this review for coral reefs, seagrasses, salt, (Tables 1–5). Water purification, or the increase in water clarity, by, seagrasses occurs via two processes: nutrient uptake and, suspended particle deposition. Asymmetric responses of spatial variation of different communities to a salinity gradient in coastal wetlands. Their shape drives the habitat selection of benthic organisms and contributes to the redistribution of sediments. Second, destruction of these five critical ECEs for coastal economic development can no longer be viewed as “costless” by those responsible for managing and approving such developments. 2006. Similarity and Difference in Interannual Sea Level Variations Between the Mid‐Atlantic Bight and the Nova Scotia Coast. Seagrasses, protect these species from predators and provide food in, the form of leaves, detritus, and epiphytes. Using hedonic modeling to inform cost-effective conservation. Controls on Sediment Accretion and Blue Carbon Burial in Tidal Saline Wetlands: Insights From the Oregon Coast, USA. Such methods have been employed frequently to measure coastal protection, erosion control, and water purification services by ECEs (Ellis and Fisher 1987, Chong 2005, Barbier 2007). 2005. Ecological restoration is the process of assis… used directly or indirectly by marine fishes, shrimps, crabs, and other species (Chong 2007). Structural diversity indicators are generally easier to measure and often the traits that recover the fastest. How important are mangroves and, seagrass beds for coral-reef fish? The aquifer still, supplies enough water for 1.5 million people in, surrounding cities. However, there are no reliable, estimates of the economic value of salt marshes in, Salt marshes act as natural filters that purify water, entering the estuary (Mitsch and Gosselink 2008). These revisions include additional per area value estimates of coral reefs and coastal wetlands that are many times the value of estimates used in the original analysis. However, what makes applying these methods especially difficult is, that they require three important, and interrelated, steps, (Barbier 1994, 2007, Freeman 2003, NRC 2005, Polasky, characterize the change in ecosystem structure, func-, tions, and processes that gives rise to the change in the, ecosystem service. Landscape Ecology 6:29–39. management plan for these ecosystems (Granek et al. 2002, Mumby et al. that ecological functions vary spatially or temporally, and thus influence the economic benefits that they. 2007, Hoegh-Guldberg et al. 2009). This could account for POPs and metal contamination levels found in mullet, although limited, and relating to their patterns. crustaceans in a Louisiana tidal marsh. Bintuni Bay, Indonesia. Breaux, A., S. Farber, and J. land, Australia. 2004. We review the main ecological services across a … CZO . Marine Resource Economics, generalized fishery model: a two-stage approach. Environmental Science and Technology, Boesch, D. F., and R. E. Turner. 2007, Ruggiero et al. 2009. Although this service has not been valued, directly, there have been a growing number of studies, that value the benefits gained from erosion control, programs that either preserve or ‘‘nourish’’ existing, beaches and dunes (Landry et al. Seagrasses not only, remove nutrients from the sediments and water column, colonized by algae (epiphytes), which further remove, nutrients from the water column (Cornelisen and, Thomas 2006). 2009. Escaping the heat: range shifts of reef coral taxa in coastal Western Australia. 2003. Pacific estuaries, USA. 2009). Multiple ecosystem services were discussed, especially provisioning services for export, representing colonial views of new lands as ripe for economic use. Environmental Conservation, Warren-Rhodes, K., Y. Sadovy, and H. Cesar. England salt marshes. Where possible, we indicate estimates of the key economic values, arising from these services, and discuss how the natural variability of ECEs impacts their. Another study of North Carolina beaches found that widening beach width increases the consumer surplus of visitors by $7/trip (Whitehead et al. Tracking the impacts via indicators will be essential to ensure long-term health of the marine environment and sustain the benefits to stakeholders who depend on marine ecosystem services. of coral reefs. Typically, use values involve some human ‘‘interaction’’, with the environment, whereas nonuse values do not, as, they represent an individual valuing the pure ‘‘existence’’, of a natural habitat or ecosystem or wanting to, ‘‘bequest’’ it to future generations. Marine. Mapping large-area tidal flats without the dependence on tidal elevations: A case study of Southern China. depositional processes. Ambio 37:241–248. Thus, sandy-shore ecosystems include both marine and, terrestrial components and vary, depending on sand, supply, in the extent to which the beach vs. the dune, dominates (Short and Hesp 1982). The various nonmarket valuation, methods employed for ecosystem services are essentially. Walton, M. E. M., G. P. B. Samonte-Tan, J. H. Primavera, G. Edwards-Jones, and L. Le Vay. 2007, Whitehead et al. Assessing the, values of ECE services is critical, as all coastal interface, habitats are facing increasing pressure for conversion to, other economic activities, while at the same time, in, many coastal areas where ECEs have been degraded or, lost, there is often keen interest in restoring these, Our review also points to other important policy. Coastal environments: an introduction. What role for forests and trees? Characteristics of organic matter sources from Guadiana Estuary salt marsh sediments (SW Iberian Peninsula). The interested reader, should consult these references for a comprehensive, discussion of economic nonmarket valuation methods. 2009. First, more interdisciplinary studies involving economists, ecologists, and environmental scientists are required to assess the values of the various ECE services identified in this review for coral reefs, seagrasses, salt marshes, mangroves, and sand beaches and dunes (Tables 1–5). 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