Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon: a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species

Soile Kulmala, Päivi Haapasaari, Timo P Karjalainen, Sakari Kuikka, Tapani Pakarinen, Katja Parkkila, Atso Romakkaniemi, P Vuorinen

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Baltic salmon (Salmo salar L.) is one of the keystone migratory
species in the Baltic Sea. In the past salmon played a central role in the economy
and culture of the region. However, salmon population collapsed because of logging,dams for hydropower production, pollution and overfishing. Today salmon is
still of great cultural importance as shown for example by estimates of public
spending for habitat restoration and WTP by angler. Estimates suggest that the
cultural services of salmon are greater than the economic value of commercial
salmon landings with a net present value ranging from 6 million EUR to 25 million
EUR (ie 0.9–3.6 million EUR / year) in Denmark, Finland, Poland and Sweden for
2009–2015. Baltic salmon plays also an important role in reducing sedimentation,
regulating food webs and maintaining the general ecological balance of ecosystems
Maintaining and restoring the salmon population requires concerted efforts
for habitat restoration and conservation in rivers and the sea.
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OtsikkoSocio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)
ToimittajatKettunen M, Vihervaara P, Kinnunen S, D'Amato D, Badura T, Argimon M, Ten Brink P
Sivumäärä11
JulkaisupaikkaCopenhagen
KustantajaNordic Council of Ministers
Julkaisupäivä2013
Sivut266-276
ISBN (elektroninen)978-92-893-2446-5
TilaJulkaistu - 2013
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Kulmala, S., Haapasaari, P., Karjalainen, T. P., Kuikka, S., Pakarinen, T., Parkkila, K., ... Vuorinen, P. (2013). Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon: a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species. teoksessa K. M, V. P, K. S, DA. D, B. T, A. M, & T. B. P (Toimittajat), Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) (Sivut 266-276). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
Kulmala, Soile ; Haapasaari, Päivi ; Karjalainen, Timo P ; Kuikka, Sakari ; Pakarinen, Tapani ; Parkkila, Katja ; Romakkaniemi, Atso ; Vuorinen, P. / Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon : a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species. Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) . Toimittaja / Kettunen M ; Vihervaara P ; Kinnunen S ; D'Amato D ; Badura T ; Argimon M ; Ten Brink P. Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2013. Sivut 266-276
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Kulmala, S, Haapasaari, P, Karjalainen, TP, Kuikka, S, Pakarinen, T, Parkkila, K, Romakkaniemi, A & Vuorinen, P 2013, Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon: a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species. julkaisussa K M, V P, K S, DA D, B T, A M & TB P (toim), Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) . Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen, Sivut 266-276.

Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon : a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species. / Kulmala, Soile; Haapasaari, Päivi; Karjalainen, Timo P; Kuikka, Sakari; Pakarinen, Tapani; Parkkila, Katja; Romakkaniemi, Atso; Vuorinen, P.

Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) . toim. / Kettunen M; Vihervaara P; Kinnunen S; D'Amato D; Badura T; Argimon M; Ten Brink P. Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2013. s. 266-276.

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Kulmala S, Haapasaari P, Karjalainen TP, Kuikka S, Pakarinen T, Parkkila K et al. Ecosystem services provided by the Baltic salmon: a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone species. julkaisussa M K, P V, S K, D DA, T B, M A, P TB, toimittajat, Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries : Synthesis in the context of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) . Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers. 2013. s. 266-276