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Multifunctions of the auxiliary vegetation structures on conservation habitat quality. A challenge for the agro and socio ecosystems redesigns


The conservation of biodiversity and the generation of ecosystem services constitute strategies that has been promoted and executed by the institutions that manage ecological systems, which are also being assumed by the governance of socioeconomic systems. The design and appropriate integration of Auxiliary Vegetation Structures (AVS), as seminatural spaces to improve the habit quality of the associated biodiversity and people in rural and urban areas, is argued as a promising alternative. Various plants and the design of vegetation structures that offer ecological, cultural, economic services are considered multifunctional.


auxiliary vegetation, functional biodiversity, habitat quality, socioeconomic systems