Ecosystem services in different agro-climatic zones in eastern India: impact of land use and land cover change

Rahul Tripathi, K. C. Moharana, A. D. Nayak, B. Dhal, Md Shahid, B. Mondal, S. D. Mohapatra, P. Bhattacharyya, Nuala Fitton, Pete Smith, A. K. Shukla, H. Pathak, A. K. Nayak (Corresponding Author)

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Land use and land cover (LULC) change have considerable influence on ecosystem services. Assessing change in ecosystem services due to LULC change at different spatial and temporal scales will help to identify suitable management practices for sustaining ecosystem productivity and maintaining the ecological balance. The objective of this study was to investigate variations in ecosystem services in response to LULC change over 27 years in four agro-climatic zones (ACZ) of eastern India using satellite imagery for the year 1989, 1996, 2005, 2011 (Landsat TM) and 2016 (Landsat 8 OLI). The satellite images were classified into six LULC classes, agriculture land, forest, waterbody, wasteland, built-up, and mining area. During the study period (1989 to 2016), forest cover reduced by 5.2%, 13.7%, and 3.6% in Sambalpur, Keonjhar, and Kandhamal districts of Odisha, respectively. In Balasore, agricultural land reduced by 17.2% due to its conversion to built-up land. The value of ecosystem services per unit area followed the order of waterbodies > agricultural land > forests. A different set of indicators, e.g., by explicitly including diversity, could change the rank between these land uses, so the temporal trends within a land use are more important than the absolute values. Total ecosystem services increased by US$ 1296.4 × 105 (50.74%), US$ 1100.7 × 105 (98.52%), US$ 1867 × 105 (61.64%), and US$ 1242.6 × 105 (46.13%) for Sambalpur, Balasore, Kandhamal, and Keonjhar, respectively.
Original languageEnglish
Article number98
Number of pages16
JournalEnvironmental Monitoring and Assessment
Volume191
Issue number2
Early online date24 Jan 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2019

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agricultural land
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Satellite imagery
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Agriculture
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climatic zone
management practice
Productivity
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agriculture
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Keywords

  • Agro-climatic zone
  • Ecosystem function
  • Ecosystem service value
  • Land-use and land-cover change
  • AREA
  • CITY
  • CHINA
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • VALUES
  • URBANIZATION
  • FOOD

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Ecosystem services in different agro-climatic zones in eastern India : impact of land use and land cover change. / Tripathi, Rahul; Moharana, K. C.; Nayak, A. D.; Dhal, B.; Shahid, Md; Mondal, B.; Mohapatra, S. D.; Bhattacharyya, P.; Fitton, Nuala; Smith, Pete; Shukla, A. K.; Pathak, H.; Nayak, A. K. (Corresponding Author).

In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Vol. 191, No. 2, 98, 01.02.2019.

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Tripathi, R, Moharana, KC, Nayak, AD, Dhal, B, Shahid, M, Mondal, B, Mohapatra, SD, Bhattacharyya, P, Fitton, N, Smith, P, Shukla, AK, Pathak, H & Nayak, AK 2019, 'Ecosystem services in different agro-climatic zones in eastern India: impact of land use and land cover change' Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol. 191, no. 2, 98. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-019-7224-7
Tripathi, Rahul ; Moharana, K. C. ; Nayak, A. D. ; Dhal, B. ; Shahid, Md ; Mondal, B. ; Mohapatra, S. D. ; Bhattacharyya, P. ; Fitton, Nuala ; Smith, Pete ; Shukla, A. K. ; Pathak, H. ; Nayak, A. K. / Ecosystem services in different agro-climatic zones in eastern India : impact of land use and land cover change. In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2019 ; Vol. 191, No. 2.
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