David Cook with team published paper, funded by the DEEPEGS project, on the first study in the academic literature to explore the various stages in the formation of geothermal ecosystem services (ES) and their interactions between the biosphere and anthroposphere. This is achieved through the development of the first ES cascade model in the academic literature specific to geothermal ES, which integrates the four main stages of co-production: value attribution, mobilisation of ES potential, value appropriation, and commercialisation.

In so doing, the conceptual understanding of human-environment relationships and processes in the context of geothermal ES are deepened.

Visit https://doi.org/10.1016/j.renene.2020.07.155


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