C. Sylvie Campagne

C. Sylvie Campagne
Station Biologique de Roscoff · Adaptation et Diversité en Milieu Marin - UMR 7144 CNRS UPMC

Post Doctoral Researcher

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Introduction
Interested in theoretical and applied environmental research in a multidisciplinary context, I'm currently working on marine ecosystem services (ES) within the InDySEM project. I worked previously on ES and disservices at different scales, ecological integrity, expert knowledge and on capital natural. Since 2014, I work on the implementation of ES in the management of several areas and in the integration of ES in Environmental Impact Assessment, mainly in France.
Additional affiliations
March 2019 - June 2020
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Research activities part of the MAIA Project "Mapping and Assessment for Integrated Ecosystem Accounting” and Project Imagine. Also Lecturer in Leibniz Universität Hannover
November 2015 - November 2018
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • PhD part of the Imagine Project “Integrative Management of Green Infrastructures Multifunctionality, Ecosystem integrity and Ecosystem Services: From assessment to regulation in socio-ecological systems”. Also assistant-Lecturer. Thesis available in RG
March 2014 - September 2015
Institut Méditerranéen de Biodiversité et d'Ecologie Marine et Continentale
Position
  • Engineer
Description
  • Ecosystem services assessment of the wetlands of the Regional Natural Park Scarpe-Escaut Ecosystem services assessment in the area of the Regional Natural Park Baronnies Provençales Reports available (in French) on request.
Education
September 2016 - September 2018
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • Post-graduate certificate CESU “Pedagogy for Higher Education”
November 2015 - November 2018
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • PhD in Environmental Science

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Publications (34)
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Capacity matrices are widely used for assessment of ecosystems services, especially when based on participatory approaches. A capacity matrix is basically a look-up table that links land cover types to ecosystem services potentially provided. The method introduced by Burkhard et al. in 2009 has since been developed and applied in an array of case s...
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Ecosystem services (ES) mapping is becoming mainstream in many sustainability assessments, but its impact on real world decision-making is still limited. Robustness, end-user relevance and transparency have been identified as key attributes needed for effective ES mapping. However, these requirements are not always met due to multiple challenges, r...
Conference Paper
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The Maroni River in the Guiana Shield marks the border between French Guiana and Suriname. In the Maroni River Basin, as in many transboundary river basins of the world, socio-political borders criss-cross through natural ecosystems and hence intersect through ecological boundaries. As neighbouring countries share ecosystems, they also share inhere...
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Background The current biodiversity crisis calls for an urgent need to sustainably manage human uses of nature. The Ecosystem Services (ES) concept defined as « the benefits humans obtain from nature » support decisions aimed at promoting nature conservation. However, marine ecosystems, in particular, endure numerous direct pressures (e.g., habitat...
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La loi pour la reconquête de la biodiversité, de la nature et des paysages de 2016 a introduit la nécessité de prendre en compte des services rendus par la nature dans le cadre des études d’incidences sur l’environnement. Par ailleurs, en Hauts-de-France, le SRADDET préconise la considération des services écosystémiques dans les documents de planif...
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Current environmental resource management policies acknowledge the need to manage and conserve biodiversity. Sustaining good ecosystem conditions and ecosystem services (ES) is imperative at and across multiple spatial scales. The ES concept is a valuable tool to communicate the benefits that nature provides to people. In the Guiana Shield, neighbo...
Technical Report
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Here we describe the methods to obtain capacity matrices to evaluate ES and EDS in case study sites. Recommended citation format for this cookbook: Roche, P.K., Campagne, S.C. 2020. Evaluating ecosystem services capacity: Guidelines and recommendations for cooking an ecosystem services and ecosystem disservices capacity matrix. In: Suškevičs, M....
Research
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Blog post in Nature Words presenting an overview of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on our global socio-ecological system. From the perspective of ecosystem services, ecosystem disservices and sustainable development goals, the article discusses how we can better understand the connections between humans and nature in order to reduce the risk...
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Spatially explicit assessments of ecosystem services (ES) potentials are a key component in supporting a sustainable land use management. The ES matrix method is a commonly used approach as it allows for a comparably fast, comprehensible and accessible ES assessment. As it is often based on land use/land cover data (LULC) with no spatial variabilit...
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The end of the first working program of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) provided an opportunity to draw lessons from its work. This perspective paper captures insights from ecosystem services (ES) researchers and practitioners, largely drawing from the Europeancontext (referred to herein...
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With the Ecosystem Service (ES) concept's popularisation, the need for robust and practical methodologies for ES assessments has increased. The ES matrix approach, linking ecosystem types or other geospatial units with ES in easy-to-apply lookup tables, was first developed ten years ago and, since then, has been broadly used. Whereas detailed metho...
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Among the different approaches developed to assess ecosystem services (ES), the capacity matrix is flexible and quick to implement. The matrix is a look-up table that assigns each ecosystem type a score expressing its ES capacity. Using expert elicitation enables resource efficient and integrative ES scoring that can meet general demand for ES mapp...
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Social-ecological systems in the Mediterranean Basin are characterised by high biodiversity and a prolonged cultural influence, leading to the co-evolution of these systems. The unique characteristics of Mediterranean social-ecological systems, current pressures leading to a decline in ecosystem services, and the need for coordinated action are rec...
Thesis
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Les services écosystémiques (SE) sont définis comme les bénéfices que les humains retirent des écosystèmes. Par exemple, un arbre produit des fruits, séquestre du carbone et différentes activités récréatives ou valeurs esthétiques lui sont liées. La matrice des capacités est une table remplie par des scores, définis par des experts, représentant la...
Technical Report
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The focus of this report is to present a broad framework for ecosystem services assessment and to test it. The framework aims to illustrate the integrated assessment cycle for practitioners. The framework also places within the other assessment activities, such as scenarios and assessing policies.
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Matrices or look-up tables are increasingly popular flexible tools for ecosystem services mapping and assessment. The matrix approach links ecosystem types or land cover types to ecosystem services by providing a score for ecosystem service (ES) capacity, supply, use, demand or other concepts. Using expert elicitation enables quick and integrative...
Chapter
Rapport de l'EFESE (Évaluation Française des Écosystèmes et des Services Écosystémiques) consacré aux milieux humides et aquatiques continentaux dans la collection Thema du CGDD. Disponible en ligne : https://www.ecologique-solidaire.gouv.fr/sites/default/files/Th%C3%A9ma%20-%20Les%20milieux%20humides%20et%20aquatiques%20continentaux.pdf
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Évaluation des bouquets de services écosystémiques
Research
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Participation in the French contest "My PhD in 180 seconds " on "Supply and demand assessment of ecosystem services" / Participation au concours "Ma thèse en 180 secondes" à l'Université d'Aix-Marseille en 2017 sur l'"Évaluation de l'offre et de la demande en services écosystémiques" Also available online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qkb_RhcB...
Poster
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Poster presentation during the ECOSUMMIT congress, 29 august - 1 September 2016, in Montpellier
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Le concept des services écosystémiques a été initié afin de soutenir les efforts de conservation par la démonstration du rôle joué par les écosystèmes sur le bien-être humain. Malgré une large utilisation, les retours de son utilisation mettent en avant un manque d'implication des décideurs publics dans les phases de concertation et le besoin d'un...

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Projects (5)
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MAIA uses the System of Environmental Economic Accounting – Experimental Ecosystem Accounting (SEEA-EEA) as the methodological basis for Natural Capital and Ecosystem Accounting (NCA). In MAIA, a flexible approach will be followed, allowing for adaptation of the SEEA EEA framework to the conditions of the individual EU Member states. MAIA will: - assess policy priorities for accounting - test, pilot and mainstream NCA in EU MS - test innovative approaches for NCA in the European context
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Le Service Eau et Nature de la DREAL Hauts-de-France souhaite proposer des outils permettant une meilleure prise en compte des services écosystémiques dans les rapports d’évaluation des incidences sur l’environnement. Le but est de fournir une méthode à destination des bureaux d’études et à l’Autorité Environnementale pour qu’ils puissent intégrer et analyser les services écosystémiques. Pour cela, la DREAL et l'INRAE a commencé en 2016 par l'évaluation des services écosystémiques à l'échelle de la Région Hauts-de-France. Nous continuons maintenant avec la préparation du guide de prise en compte des services écosystémiques dans les rapports d’évaluation des incidences sur l’environnement.
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The ECOSEO project “‘Ecosystem Services Observatory of the Guiana Shield”’ aims to set up a supranational platform with Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and the state of Amapá in Brazil for a first assessment of natural capital and ecosystem services in the region. The project is coordinated by WWF France & WWF Guianas and brings together the forestry and environmental state agencies of the region (GFC in Guyana, SBB in Suriname, ONF in French Guiana & SEMA in Amapá) and consultants and experts from ONF-International and Leibniz Universität Hannover. It is funded by the Interreg Amazonian Cooperation of the European Regional Development Fund and the Water Agency of French Guiana. This cooperation is based on the needs of stakeholders and decision-makers in the different territories in line with their commitment to EU and UN Conventions. The main objectives of the ECOSEO project are: (i) to highlight and promote the need for considering ecosystems’ values in decision-making; and, (ii) to build a transnational cooperation network (Figure 2). The project takes an interdisciplinary stance on ecosystems and nature. Through applying the Ecosystem Natural Capital Accounts (ENCA) method (Weber 2014) and the ecosystem services framework , different methods are employed to showcase the value and importance of ecosystem services.