Ecological Archives A021-138-A6

Marina García-Llorente, Berta Martín-López, Sandra Díaz, and Carlos Montes. 2011. Can ecosystem properties be fully translated into service values? An economic valuation of aquatic plant services. Ecological Applications 21:3083–3103.

APPENDIX F (TABLE F1). Factor loadings derived from canonical correspondence analysis (CCA) for relationships between ecosystem service beneficiaries (ESBs) and their willingness to pay (WTP) for the ecosystem service delivery by ecosystem service providers (ESPs) and the ESPs themselves.

  CCA Standard coefficients
Ecosystem services provided by Group 1 F1 F2
Soil formation and fertility -0.383 -0.586
Food for livestock 0.479 -1.366
Ecosystem services provided by Group 2  
Resilience for the provision of ecosystem services over time -1.137 -0.667
Ecosystem services provided by Group 3  
Soil formation and fertility -1.338 0.437
Provision of habitat for important wild species -0.647 1.289
Recreational-aesthetic services 1.657 0.542
Fiber for basketwork 0.876 0.011
Ecosystem services provided by Group 4  
Resilience for provision of ecosystem services over time 1.015 0.315
Medicinal value 1.188 -0.981
Ecosystem services provided by Group 5  
Food for important wild species -0.857 1.394
Soil formation and fertility -0.083 -0.400
Resilience for provision of ecosystem services over time -0.351 1.135
Water purification -1.298 -1.597
Ecosystem services provided by Group 6  
Provision of habitat for important wild species 0.972 -1.556
Soil formation and fertility -0.657 -1.890
Resilience for provision of ecosystem services over time -0.181 1.302
Recreational-aesthetic services 1.724 0.810
Ecosystem services provided by Group 7  
Recreational-aesthetic services 1.465 1.449
Food production 0.753 0.111
Water regulation -2.147 1.174
ESPs  
Group 1 0.066 -0.993
Group 2 -1.137 -0.667
Group 3 0.085 0.582
Group 4 1.100 -0.320
Group 5 -0.665 0.118
Group 6 -0.046 0.919
Group 7 0.424 -0.353
ESBs  
Locals with low dependence 0.504 0.095
Locals with high dependence 0.144 0.098
Environmental professionals -0.869 0.409
Other professionals -0.125 -0.973
General tourists -0.048 0.195
Nature tourists 0.461 0.412
Variance explained (%) 60.60 20.60
Total inertia 2.338  

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