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1 SRR Conceptual Model Relationship of Ecosystem Services to Sustainability and Indicator Based Monitoring

2 A Model of What? The Slinky Experiment Your Health

3 Linkage between questions and measurements Important Rangeland Questions Sustainability Develop conceptual model Identify Key Processes Identify Indicators Are Indicators Useful Over Time?

4 Indicator Development Develop the Indicators based upon issues

5 Framework Need for a conceptual framework for interpretation Determine if the indicator set would address critical questions

6 The Challenge Important to integrate bio-physical and human components Reason for workshop is to help integrate the components

7 Conceptual Model SRR Conceptual Model is not a predictive or mathematical model. Framework for Evaluating the validity of the SRR indicator set Explaining what the indicators mean Explaining how they integrate

8 States and Processes The State boxes refer to the current status as assessed by the indicators tracked. Processes are the ongoing activities and interactions within and between biophysical and socio-economic systems Indicators used to measure processes

9 Producers Consumers Recycled Residuals Discharged Goods Raw Materials

10 Current Biophysical Conditions Natural Resource Capital Social Capacity & Economic Capital Current Human Condition State t 0 Processes Current Biophysical Conditions Natural Resource Capital Social Capacity & Economic Capital Current Human Condition Ecological & Natural Resource Processes Social & Economic Processes Time State t 1 Evaluation of Sustainability Tier 1 SRR Rangeland Sustainability Evaluation Framework Interacting Socio-Economic and Biophysical Processes

11 EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY TIME STATE T 0 STATE T 1 Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security SRR Conceptual Model *Reproduction, Growth, Death, Decomposition Succession Migration Adaptation Competition Disturbance Soil Erosion/Genesis Water/Nutrient Cycling Social Processes Population Cultural Educational Governance Markets Legal System Social Interaction Family Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Demand Management & Social Regulation Trade Use of Goods Investment Production of Goods & Services Extraction Ecosystem Services Use of Ecosystem Services Waste Discharge Consumption

12 Conclusions The SRR Conceptual Model needs to address interactions between ecological, social and economic components Indicators as identified in the booklet need to be evaluated for their ability to address temporal and spatial inventory and monitoring questions

13 QUESTIONS?

14 EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY TIME STATE T 0 STATE T 1 Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security *Reproduction, Growth, Death, Decomposition Succession Migration Adaptation Competition Disturbance Soil Erosion/Genesis Water/Nutrient Cycling Social Processes Population Cultural Educational Governance Markets Legal System Social Interaction Family Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Demand Management & Social Regulation Trade Use of Goods Investment Production of Goods & Services Extraction Ecosystem Services Use of Ecosystem Services Waste Discharge 12,18,23 4,5,12, 18,23 4,12,18 27,32,33,43, 47,54 12,18,23,27, 32,,43, 47 Consumption Tier 2 SRR Conceptual Framework Invasive Species Illustration

15 EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY TIME STATE T 1 STATE T 2 Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security *Reproduction, Growth, Death, Decomposition Succession Migration Adaptation Competition Disturbance Soil Erosion/Genesis Water/Nutrient Cycling Social Processes Population Cultural Educational Governance Markets Legal System Social Interaction Family Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Demand Management & Social Regulation Trade Use of Goods Investment Production of Goods & Services Extraction Ecosystem Services Use of Ecosystem Services Waste Discharge 43,44,4 7,48, 49,50,5 9,60, 63,64 4,12,14,18,21,23, 27,32,47,60 5,6,12,17,18,21 27,33,59,64 4,6,9,12,17, 18,20,23 Consumption 27,32,44,47,48 33,44,49 Tier 2 SRR Conceptual Framework Invasive Species Illustration

16 EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY TIME STATE T 0 STATE T 1 Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Tier 2 SRR Conceptual Framework Prescribed Fire Illustration *Reproduction, Growth, Death, Decomposition Succession Migration Adaptation Competition Disturbance Soil Erosion/Genesis Water/Nutrient Cycling Social Processes Population Cultural Educational Governance Markets Legal System Social Interaction Family Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Demand Management & Social Regulation Trade Use of Goods Investment Production of Goods & Services Extraction Ecosystem Services Use of Ecosystem Services Waste Discharge Consumption 59,60, 63 27, ,47, 59,60,64 18,21, ,27,32 43,47 32,49 40,54 27,32,43 27, ,27 1,12,18, 21 4,12,14, 18,20 1,4,12, 14,20

17 EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY TIME STATE T 0 STATE T 1 Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Current Biophysical Condition Air, Water, Soils, Plant/Animal, Rocks Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security *Reproduction, Growth, Death, Decomposition Succession Migration Adaptation Competition Disturbance Soil Erosion/Genesis Water/Nutrient Cycling Social Processes Population Cultural Educational Governance Markets Legal System Social Interaction Family Natural Resource Capital Total Biomass Biodiversity* Social Capacity & Economic Capital Assets/Liabilities Opportunities/ Constraints Current Human Condition Values, Norms, Income, Health, Security Demand Management & Social Regulation Trade Use of Goods Investment Production of Goods & Services Extraction Ecosystem Services Use of Ecosystem Services Waste Discharge Consumption 21,23 1,4,6,7,9 18,20 21,27 21,23, ,32,43 1,4,6,7,9 18,20 32,40,43 47,49, 54 Tier 2 SRR Conceptual Framework Prescribed Fire Illustration


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