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Table 6 Meta-data to be extracted from the selected articles

From: What evidence exists on how changes in marine ecosystem structure and functioning affect ecosystem services delivery? A systematic map protocol

Item Description References
Ecosystem type A1—Intertidal rock and other hard substrates; A2—Intertidal sediment; A3—Subtidal rock and other hard substrates; A4—Circalittoral rock and other hard substrates; A5—Subtidal sediment; A6—Deep-sea habitats; A7—Pelagic habitats; A8—Ice-associated marine habitats (sub-categories of EUNIS would be classified in its higher categories) + free space for others ecosystem types Classification EUNIS Niveau 2—European Commission
Specific ecosystem Tidal marsh; Seagrass; Coral reefs; Mangroves; Kelp forests + free space for others specific ecosystem types  
Level of biological organisation Species; population; community Lausch et al. [40]; Bruford et al. [41]
Characteristics of biodiversity Taxonomic; structural; functional
Number of ES per categories Number of ES for the following ES categories: Provisioning services; regulating services; cultural services; disservices  
ES Food provision; raw materials; genetic materials; water provision; water purification; air quality regulation; coastal protection; climate regulation; weather regulation; nutrients cycling; habitat provision; pest and disease control; symbolic and aesthetic values; recreation and tourism; cognitive effects; educational opportunities (related ES terms would be considered in each ES type) + free space for other ES Préat [17]
EDS Free space to record all EDS assessed (e.g., release of greenhouse gases, wild animal attacks)  
ES-EDS components Potential; capacity; use/flow; demand; preferences; desires  
ES-EDS values Economic; social; biophysical  
Scale of study area L: local; N−: subnational; N: national; N+: supranational; C: continental; G: global; N: no case study Liquete et al. [19]
Location of analysis List of country names; no application; global  
Specific location Free space  
Temporal scale of analysis Interval (time elapsed between successive temporal replicates): free space  
Duration (time elapsed between first and last temporal replicates): free space
Time frame Past; present; future  
Spatial scale of analysis Free space (e.g., « between a MPA and a no-MPA area »)  
Type of data Observation; prediction  
Complementary information
Bibliographic document type Journal article; book; book chapter; conference object; PhD thesis; technical documentation Following Langridge et al. [42],
Bibliographic content Study; review; modelling; meta-analysis; other  
Primary data Yes; no  
Pressure type Land/sea use change; direct exploitation; climate change; pollution; invasive alien species + free space for other pressures IPBES [43]
Management type Status of protection; conservation; specific management + free space for other type of management