Heera Lee has been a postdoctoral researcher of Land Use Change and Climate research group since June 2017. Her research focuses on the interactions between human decision-making and ecosystem services. Particularly, she has been working on the quantification of cultural ecosystem services using social-media data, and synthesis on relationships among multiple ecosystem services. Also, she has been contributing to the IPBES thematic report (https://www.ipbes.net). Her current project focuses on land-based mitigation strategies in Europe using a regional integrated assessment platform (IAP). Before she came to KIT, she worked for the OPERAs project (http://www.operas-project.eu) and received her PhD degree from the professorship for Land Use Modelling and Ecosystem Services at the University of Bonn with a dissertation titled ‘Analysing Trade-offs between ecosystem services in multi-functional landscapes’.
Telephone: +49 8821 183 161
Publications Heera Lee
Blind spots in ecosystem services research and challenges for implementation [in press].
2019. Regional environmental change. doi:10.1007/s10113-018-1457-9
The impact of conservation farming practices on Mediterranean agro-ecosystem services provisioning - meta-analysis [in press].
2019. Regional environmental change. doi:10.1007/s10113-018-1447-y
Mapping cultural ecosystem services 2.0 – Potential and shortcomings from unlabeled crowd sourced images.
2019. Ecological indicators, 96 Part 1, 505–515. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.08.035
A quantitative review of relationships between ecosystem services.
2016. Ecological indicators, 66, 340–351. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.02.004
Crop selection under price and yield fluctuation : Analysis of agro-economic time series from South Korea.
2016. Agricultural systems, 148, 1–11. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2016.06.003