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A GIS-based approach for mapping direct use value of ecosystem services at a county scale: management implications

Chen, N.W., H.C. Li and L.H. Wang. 2009. A GIS-based approach for mapping direct use value of ecosystem services at a county scale: management implications. Ecological Economics 68: 2768-2776. Keywords: 4l, 4o, 6a, 7b, 10

A benefit-cost analysis of the northern spotted owl: results from a contingent valuation survey.

Rubin, J., G. Helfand and J. Loomis. 1991. A benefit-cost analysis of the northern spotted owl: results from a contingent valuation survey. Journal of Forestry 89(12):25-30.
Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

A bioeconomic analysis of bushmeat hunting.

Damania R., E.J. Milner-Gulland and D.J. Crookes. 2005. A bioeconomic analysis of bushmeat hunting. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B-Biological Sciences 272: 259-266. Keywords:4m, 4t, 6b, 10

A case study of pharmaceutical prospecting. In The Economic Value of Species Information and Its Role in Biodiversity Conservation: Case Studeis of Costa Rica's National Biodivdersity Institute and Pharmaceutical Prospecting

Aylward, B.A. 1993. A case study of pharmaceutical prospecting. In The Economic Value of Species Information and Its Role in Biodiversity Conservation: Case Studeis of Costa Rica's National Biodivdersity Institute and Pharmaceutical Prospecting, B.A. Alyward, J. Echeverria, L. Fendt, and E.B. Barbier (eds.). London: Environmental Economics Centre. Keywords: 4k, 4x, 7a, 10

A comparison of contingent valuation methodology and ecological assessment as techniques for incorporating ecological goods into land-use decisions

Edwards-Jones, G., E.S. Edwards-Jones and K. Mitchell. 1995. A comparison of contingent valuation methodology and ecological assessment as techniques for incorporating ecological goods into land-use decisions. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 38(2): 215-230. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

A conjoint analysis of waterfowl hunting in Louisiana

Gan, C., and E.J. Luzar. 1993. A conjoint analysis of waterfowl hunting in Louisiana. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 25: 36-45. Keywords: 4t, 6b, 10

A market solution for preserving the black rhinoceros. In Endangered Species Protection in the United States: Biological Needs, Political Realities, Economic Choices

Brown, G.M., Jr. and D. Layton. 2001. A market solution for preserving the black rhinoceros. In Endangered Species Protection in the United States: Biological Needs, Political Realities, Economic Choices, J. Shogren and J. Tschirhart (eds.), pp 32-50. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Keywords: 4t, 8e, 8f, 10

AGE analysis of the impact of a carbon energy tax on the Irish economy.

Wissema, W. and R. Dellink. 2007. AGE analysis of the impact of a carbon energy tax on the Irish economy. Ecological Economics 61(4): 671-683.
Keywords: 8c, 10

Agent-based modeling of deforestation in southern Yucatan, Mexico, and reforestation in the Midwest United States

Manson S.M. and T. Evans. 2007. Agent-based modeling of deforestation in southern Yucatan, Mexico, and reforestation in the Midwest United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104: 20678-20683.
Keywords: 5a, 6b, 10

Agri-environmental policies in the EU and United States

Baylis, K., S. Peplow, G. Rausser and L. Simon. 2008. Agri-environmental policies in the EU and United States: a comparison. Ecological Economics 65(4): 753-764.
Keywords: 6e, 8a, 10

Agricultural intensification, deforestation, and the environment: assessing tradeoffs in Sumatra, Indonesia

Tomich, T. P., M. van Noordwijk, S. Budidarsono, A.N. Gillison, T. Kusumanto, D.
Murdiyarso, F. Stolle and A.M. Fagi. 2001. Agricultural intensification, deforestation, and the environment: assessing tradeoffs in Sumatra, Indonesia. In Tradeoffs or Synergies? Agricultural Intensification, Economic Development and the Environment, D.R. Lee and C. B. Barrett (eds.), pp. 221-244. Wallingford, UK: CAB International.
Keywords: 2a, 6b, 10

Agricultural policy can help preserve tropical forest birds in countryside habitats.

Hughes, J.B., G.C. Daily and P.R. Ehrlich. 2002. Agricultural policy can help preserve tropical forest birds in countryside habitats. Ecology Letters 5: 121-129.
Keywords: 4x, 10

An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States

Bergstrom, J.C. and H.K. Cordell. 1991. An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States. Journal of Leisure Research 23: 67-86.
Keywords:6c, 7d, 10

An ecological economic simulation model of mountain fynbos ecosystems: dynamics, valuation, and management.

Higgins, S.I., J.K. Turpie, R. Costanza, R.M. Cowling, D.C. le Maitre, C. Marais, and G. Midgley. 1997. An ecological economic simulation model of mountain fynbos ecosystems: dynamics, valuation, and management. Ecological Economics 22: 155-169.
Keywords: 2d, 4x, 6a, 10

An economic analysis of shrimp farm expansion and mangrove conversion in Thailand

Barbier, E.B. and M. Cox. 2004. An economic analysis of shrimp farm expansion and mangrove conversion in Thailand. Land Economics 80(3): 389-407. Keywords: 4r, 5a, 6b, 10

An economic analysis of wildlife habitat preservation in Alberta

Phillips, W.E., T.J. Haney and W.L. Adamowicz. 1993. An economic analysis of wildlife habitat preservation in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 41: 411-418. Keywords:3f, 6b, 10

An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land and water based recreation in the United States

Bhat, G., J. Bergstrom, R.J. Teasley, J.M. Bowker and H.K. Cordell. 1998. An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land and water based recreation in the United States. Environmental Management 22(1): 69-77. Keywords: 4q, 4t, 4u,7d, 10

An ecosystem service value assessment of land-use change on Chongming Island, China

Zhao, B., U. Kreuter, B. Li, Z. Ma, J. Chen and N. Nakagoshi. 2004. An ecosystem service value assessment of land-use change on Chongming Island, China. Land Use Policy 21(2): 139-148. Keywords: 2a, 6a, 10

An experiment on the economic value of visibility.

Rowe, R.D., R.C. D'Arge and D.S. Brookshire. 1980. An experiment on the economic value of visibility. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 7(1): 1-19.
Keywords:6a, 7a, 7g, 10

Application of Wetland Valuation Theory to Florida Fisheries

Bell, F.W. 1989. Application of Wetland Valuation Theory to Florida Fisheries. Report No. 95, Florida Sea Grant Program. Tallahassee: Florida State University.
Keywords: 4p, 4q, 5c, 10

Applying ecological principles to land-use decision making in agricultural watersheds.

Santelemann, M., K.E. Freemark, D. White, J. Nassauer, M.E. Clark, R.M. Cruse, B.J. Danielson, J. Eilers, S. Galatowitsch, S. Polasky, K. Vache and J. Wu. 2001. Applying ecological principles to land-use decision making in agricultural watersheds. In Applying Ecological Principles to Land Management, V.H. Dale and R. A. Hauber (eds.). New York: Springer-Verlag. Keywords: 1k, 2a, 3d, 6a, 10

Are ecosystem services stabilized by differences among species? A test using crop pollination

Winfree, R. and C. Kremen. 2009. Are ecosystem services stabilized by differences among species? A test using crop pollination. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 276: 229-237. Keywords: 4j, 5a, 6a, 10

Assessing alternative futures for agriculture in the U.S. Corn Belt.

Santelmann, M., D. White, K. Freemark, J.I. Nassauer, J.M. Eilers, K.B. Vache, B.J. Danielson, R.C. Corry, M.E. Clark, S. Polasky, R.M. Cruse, J. Sifneos, H. Rustigian, C. Coiner, J. Wu and D. Debinski. 2004. Assessing alternative futures for agriculture in the U.S. Corn Belt. Landscape Ecology 19(4): 357-374. Keywords: 1k, 2a, 3d, 6a, 10

Assessing mangrove products and services at the local level: the use of focus groups and individual interviews

Kaplowitz, M.D. 2001. Assessing mangrove products and services at the local level: the use of focus groups and individual interviews. Landscape and Urban Planning 56: 53-60.
Keywords: 5g, 6a, 10

Assigning conservation value: a case study from India

Daniels, R.J.R., M. Hegde, N.V. Joshi and M. Gadgil. 1991. Assigning conservation value: a case study from India. Conservation Biology 5: 464-475. Keywords: 4x, 6b, 10

Biodiversity conservation - at what cost? A study of households in the vicinity of Madagascar's Mantadia National Park

Shyamsundar, P. and R. Kramer. 1997. Biodiversity conservation - at what cost? A study of households in the vicinity of Madagascar's Mantadia National Park. Ambio 26(3): 180-184. Keywords: 4x, 6a, 10

Bird assemblages in a tropical countryside: species richness, composition, and foraging behavior differ with landscape context

Luck, G.W. and G.C. Daily. 2003. Bird assemblages in a tropical countryside: species richness, composition, and foraging behavior differ with landscape context. Ecological Applications 13(1): 235-247. Keywords: 4x, 5i, 6a, 10

Business strategies for conservation on private lands: Koa forestry as a case study.

Goldstein J, G.C. Daily, J.B. Friday, P.A. Matson, R.L. Naylor and P. Vitousek. 2006. Business strategies for conservation on private lands: Koa forestry as a case study. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103: 10140-10145. Keywords: 4x, 6b, 5a, 10

Can extractive reserves save the rain forest? An ecological and socioeconomic comparison of nontimber forest product extraction systems in Petén, Guatemala, and West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Salafsky, N., B.L. Dugelby and J.W. Terborgh. 1993. Can extractive reserves save the rain forest? An ecological and socioeconomic comparison of nontimber forest product extraction systems in Petén, Guatemala, and West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Conservation Biology 7: 39-52. Keywords: 4m, 6a, 10

Can forest protection carbon projects improve rural livelihoods? Analysis of the Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action Project, Bolivia

Asquith, N., M. Vargas-Rios, and J. Smith. 2002. Can forest protection carbon projects improve rural livelihoods? Analysis of the Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action Project, Bolivia. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 7: 323-337.
Keywords: 4i, 6a, 9b, 10

Can the poor participate in payments for environmental services? Lessons from the Silvopastoral Project in Nicaragua

Pagiola, S., A.R. Rios and A. Arcenas. 2008. Can the poor participate in payments for environmental services? Lessons from the Silvopastoral Project in Nicaragua. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 299-325. Keywords: 8a, 10

Case study of agri-environmental payments: the United Kingdom.

Dobbs, T.L. and J. Pretty. 2008. Case study of agri-environmental payments: the United Kingdom. Ecological Economics 65(4): 765-775. Keywords: 8a, 10

Central African forests, carbon and climate change

Justice C., D. Wilkie, Q. Zhang, J. Brunner and C. Donoghue. 2001. Central African forests, carbon and climate change. Climate Research 17: 229-246. Keywords: 4i, 5a, 6d, 10

Change in ecosystem service values in the San Antonio area, Texas

Kreuter, U.P., H.G. Harris, M.D. Matlock and R.E. Lacey. 2001. Change in ecosystem service values in the San Antonio area, Texas. Ecological Economics 39(3): 333-346.
Keywords: 2a, 6a, 10

Changes in ecosystem service values on the Loess Plateau in Northern Shaanxi Province, China

Li, J. and Z.Ren. 2008. Changes in ecosystem service values on the Loess Plateau in Northern Shaanxi Province, China. Agricultural Sciences in China 7(5): 606-614.
Keywords: 6b, 10

Changes in the economic use value of elephant in Botswana: The effect of international trade prohibition

Barnes, J. I. 1996. Changes in the economic use value of elephant in Botswana: The effect of international trade prohibition. Ecological Economics 18(3): 215-230.
Keywords: 6a, 8f, 10

Changes of land use and of ecosystem service values in Sanjiang Plain, northeast China

Wang, A.M., B. Zhang, S.Q. Zhang, X.Y. Li, D.W. Liu, K.S. Song, J.P. Li, F. Li and H.T. Duan. 2006. Changes of land use and of ecosystem service values in Sanjiang Plain, northeast China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 112: 69-91. Keywords: 2a, 6b, 10

China's sloping land conversion program: institutional innovation or business as usual?

Bennett, M.T. 2008. China's sloping land conversion program: institutional innovation or business as usual? Ecological Economics 65: 699-711. Keywords: 5a, 6c, 8a, 10

Comparing apples and oranges? Costs and benefits of restoration on the Upper Mississippi River System.

Polasky, S. 2008. Comparing apples and oranges? Costs and benefits of restoration on the Upper Mississippi River System. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press.
Keywords: 5d, 6b, 10

Compensation for environmental services and rural communities: lessons from the Americas

Rosa, H., S. Kandel, and L. Dimas. 2004. Compensation for environmental services and rural communities: lessons from the Americas. International Forestry Review 6: 187-194.
Keywords: 6d, 8a, 10

Conservation of insect diversity: A habitat approach

Hughes, J.B., G.C. Daily and P.R. Ehrlich. 2000. Conservation of insect diversity: A habitat approach. Conservation Biology 14: 1788-1797. Keywords: 3f, 4x, 6b, 10

Conservation performance payments for carnivore conservation in Sweden.

Zabel, A. and K. Holm-Müller. 2008. Conservation performance payments for carnivore conservation in Sweden. Conservation Biology 22: 247-251 Keywords: 8a, 10

Conservation planning for ecosystem services

Chan, K.M.A., M.R. Shaw, D.R. Cameron, E.C. Underwood and G.C. Daily. 2006. Conservation planning for ecosystem services. PLoS Biol 4:e379. Keywords: 3c, 6b, 10

Conserving biodiversity as if people matter: a case study from India

Gadgil, M. 1992. Conserving biodiversity as if people matter: a case study from India. Ambio 21(3): 266-270. Keywords: 4x, 10

Contingent valuation as an additional tool for evaluating wildlife utilization management in Zambia: Mumbwa game management area

Siachoono, S.M. 1995. Contingent valuation as an additional tool for evaluating wildlife utilization management in Zambia: Mumbwa game management area. Ambio 24(4): 246-249. Keywords:7g, 10

Costa Rica's Payment for Environmental Services Program: intention, implementation, and impact

Sánchez-Azofeifa, G.A., A. Pfaff, J.A. Robalino and J. Boomhower. 2007. Costa Rica's Payment for Environmental Services Program: intention, implementation, and impact. Conservation Biology 21(5): 1165-1173. Keywords: 8a, 10

Countryside biogeography of Neotropical herbaceous and shrubby plants.

Mayfield, M. and G.C. Daily. 2005. Countryside biogeography of Neotropical herbaceous and shrubby plants. Ecological Applications 15: 423-439.
Keywords: 4x, 5a, 6c, 10

Countryside biogeography of Neotropical mammals: conservation opportunities in agricultural landscapes of Costa Rica

Daily, G.C., G. Ceballos, J. Pacheco, G. Suzán and A. Sánchez-Azofeifa. 2003. Countryside biogeography of Neotropical mammals: conservation opportunities in agricultural landscapes of Costa Rica. Conservation Biology 17: 1814-1826.
Keywords: 4x, 6b, 10

Countryside biogeography of moths in a fragmented landscape: biodiversity in native and agricultural habitats

Ricketts, T.H., G.C. Daily, P.R. Ehrlich and J.P. Fay. 2001. Countryside biogeography of moths in a fragmented landscape: biodiversity in native and agricultural habitats. Conservation Biology 15: 378-388. Keywords: 4j, 5a, 6b, 10

Countryside biogeography of tropical butterflies

Horner-Devine, M.C., G.C. Daily, P.R. Ehrlich and C.L. Boggs. 2003. Countryside biogeography of tropical butterflies. Conservation Biology 17: 168-177.
Keywords: 4x. 6a, 10

Countryside biogeography: use of human dominated habitats by the avifauna of southern Costa Rica

Daily, G.C., P.R. Ehrlich and G.A. Sanchez-Azofeifa. 2001. Countryside biogeography: use of human dominated habitats by the avifauna of southern Costa Rica. Ecological Applications 11: 1-13. Keywords: 2a, 4x, 6a, 10

Creating a sustainable and desirable New Orleans.

Costanza, R., W.J. Mitsch and J.W. Day, Jr. 2006. Creating a sustainable and desirable New Orleans. Ecological Engineering 26: 317-320. Keywords: 9b, 10

Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field

Salzman, J. 2005. Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field. New York University Law Review 80: 870-961. Keywords: 1a, 8a, 6c, 10

Crop pollination from native bees at risk from agricultural intensification.

Kremen, C., N.M. Williams and R.W. Thorp. 2002. Crop pollination from native bees at risk from agricultural intensification. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99: 16812-16816. Keywords: 4j, 4x, 6a, 10

Cumulative effects and optimal targeting of conservation efforts: Steelhead trout habitat enhancement in Oregon

Wu, J., R.M. Adams and W.G. Boggess. 2000. Cumulative effects and optimal targeting of conservation efforts: Steelhead trout habitat enhancement in Oregon. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82(2): 400-413. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 8c, 10

Decetralized payments for environmental services: the case of Pimampiro and PROFAFOR in Ecuador

Wunder, S. and A. Montserrat. 2008. Decetralized payments for environmental services: the case of Pimampiro and PROFAFOR in Ecuador. Ecological Economics 65(4): 685-698. Keywords: 8a, 10

Demand for recreational fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida

Greene, G., C.B. Moss and T.H. Spreen. 1997. Demand for recreational fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A random utility approach. Marine Resource Economics 12: 293-305.
Keywords: 4q, 6a, 7d, 10

Developing a production possibility set of wildlife species persistence and timber harvest value using simulated annealing

Calkin, D., C.A. Montgomery, N.H. Schumaker, S. Polasky, J.L. Arthur and D.J. Nalle. 2002. Developing a production possibility set of wildlife species persistence and timber harvest value using simulated annealing. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32(8): 1329-1342. Keywords: 3f, 4l, 6a, 10

Development and application of a multi-attribute sustainability function for Dutch dairy farming systems

Van Calker, K.J., P.B.M. Berentsen, C. Romero, G.W.J. Giesen and R.B.M. Huirne. 2006. Development and application of a multi-attribute sustainability function for Dutch dairy farming systems. Ecological Economics 57: 640-658. Keywords: 1l, 10

Do focus groups and individual interviews reveal the same information for natural resource valuation?

Kaplowitz, M.D. and J.P. Hoehn. 2001. Do focus groups and individual interviews reveal the same information for natural resource valuation? Ecological Economics 36: 237-247.
Keywords: 5g, 6a, 10

Do open access conditions affect the valuation of an externality? Estimating the welfare effects of mangrove-fishery linkages in Thailand

Barbier, E.B., I. Strand and S. Sathirathai. 2002. Do open access conditions affect the valuation of an externality? Estimating the welfare effects of mangrove-fishery linkages in Thailand. Environmental and Resource Economics 21:343-67. Keywords: 4r, 5a, 6a, 10


Ecological and socioeconomic effects of China's policies for ecosystem services

Liu, J., S. Li S, Z. Ouyang, C. Tam and X. Chen. 2008. Ecological and socioeconomic
effects of China's policies for ecosystem services. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 9477-9482. Keywords: 8a, 10

Ecological consequences of hunting in Atlantic forest patches

Cullen J., E.R. Bodmer and C. Valladares-Padua. 2001. Ecological consequences of hunting in Atlantic forest patches, São Paulo, Brazil. Oryx 35: 137-144. Keywords: 4t, 10

Ecological services to and from rangelands of the United States.

Havstad, K.M., D.P.C. Peters, R. Skaggs, J. Brown, B. Bestelmeyer, E. Fredrickson, J. Herrick and J. Wright. 2007. Ecological services to and from rangelands of the United States. Ecological Economics 64(2): 261-268. Keywords: 4i, 4x, 10

Economic Valuation of Wetlands: A Guide for Policy Makers and Planners. Ramsar Convention Bureau: Gland Switzerland

Barbier, E.B., M. Acreman and D. Knowler. 1997. Economic Valuation of Wetlands: A Guide for Policy Makers and Planners. Ramsar Convention Bureau: Gland Switzerland.
Keywords: 1d, 5c, 8c, 10

Economic and biological compatibility of timber and wildlife production: an illustrative use of production possibilities frontier

Rohweder, M.R., C.W. McKetta and R. Riggs. 2000. Economic and biological compatibility of timber and wildlife production: an illustrative use of production possibilities frontier. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(2): 435-447. Keywords: 4l, 6a, 10

Economic and demographic factors affecting mangrove loss in the coastal provinces of Thailand

Barbier, E.B. and M. Cox. 2002. Economic and demographic factors affecting mangrove loss in the coastal provinces of Thailand, 1979-1996. Ambio 31(4): 351-357.
Keywords: 5a, 6b, 10

Economic and ecological analysis of watershed protection in Eastern Madagascar

Kramer, R., D. Richter, S.K. Pattanayak and N. Sharma. 1997. Economic and ecological analysis of watershed protection in Eastern Madagascar. Journal of Environmental Management 49: 277-295. Keywords: 4d, 5d, 6b, 10

Economic and environmental implications of alternative landscape designs in the Walnut Creek Watershed of Iowa

Coiner, C., J. Wu and S. Polasky. 2001. Economic and environmental implications of alternative landscape designs in the Walnut Creek Watershed of Iowa. Ecological Economics 38(1): 119-139. Keywords:2d, 6a, 10

Economic incentives for rain forest conservation across scales

Kremen, C., J. Niles , M. Dalton , G.C. Daily, P.R. Ehrlich, J. Fay, D. Grewal and R.P. Guillery. 2000. Economic incentives for rain forest conservation across scales. Science 288: 1828-1832. Keywords:5a, 6a, 10

Economic incentives for restoring natural capital in southern African rangelands

Milton, S. J., W. R. J. Dean, and D. M. Richardson. 2003. Economic incentives for restoring natural capital in southern African rangelands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 247-254. Keywords: 6b, 10

Economic losses associated with the degradation of an ecosystem: The case of submerged aquatic vegetation in Chesapeake Bay

Kahn, J. R. and W. M. Kemp 1985. Economic losses associated with the degradation of an ecosystem: The case of submerged aquatic vegetation in Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 12: 246-263. Keywords: 3d, 4p, 6a, 10

Economic valuation and environmental

Pearce D.W. and T. Seccombe-Hett. 2000. Economic valuation and environmental
decision-making in Europe. Environmental Science and Technology 34: 1419-1425.
Keywords: 1a, 8c, 10

Economic valuation of a seed dispersal service in the Stockholm National Urban Park, Sweden

Hougner, C., J. Colding and T. Söderqvist. 2006. Economic valuation of a seed dispersal service in the Stockholm National Urban Park, Sweden. Ecological Economics 59: 364-374. Keywords: 6a, 7f, 10

Economic valuation of freshwater ecosystem services in the United States: 1971-1997

Wilson, M.A. and S.R. Carpenter. 1999. Economic valuation of freshwater ecosystem services in the United States: 1971-1997. Ecological Applications 9: 772-783.
Keywords:5d, 6c, 7c, 7d, 7g, 10

Economic valuation of indigenous woodlands in Zimbabwe

Bojo, J. 1993. Economic valuation of indigenous woodlands in Zimbabwe. In Living with Trees: a Future for Social Forestry in Zimbabwe, P. Bradley and K. McNamara (ed.). Washington, DC: World Bank. Keywords: 5a, 7g, 10

Economic valuation of the Leuser National Park on Sumatra, Indonesia.

Van Beukering, P.J.H., S.J. Herman Cesar and M.A. Janssen. 2003. Economic valuation of the Leuser National Park on Sumatra, Indonesia. Ecological Economics 44: 43-62.
Keywords: 2d, 6a, 10

Economic value of biological diversity in Norway

Navrud, S. 1993. Economic value of biological diversity in Norway. Scandinavian Forest Economics 34: 74-97. Keywords: 4x, 10

Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies

Turpie, J. K., B. J. Heydenrych, and S. J. Lamberth. 2003. Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies. Biological Conservation 112: 233-251.
Keywords: 1j, 4x, 6b, 10

Economic values attributable to Virginia's coastal wetlands as inputs into oyster production

Batie, S. S. and J.R. Wilson. 1978. Economic values attributable to Virginia's coastal wetlands as inputs into oyster production. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 10: 111-117. Keywords: 4p, 5c, 6a, 10

Economic values of bird watching at Point Pelee National Park, Canada

Hvengaard, G.T.; J.R. Butler and D.K. Krystofiak. 1989. Economic values of bird watching at Point Pelee National Park, Canada. Wildlife Society Bulletin 17: 526-531.
Keywords: 4s, 6a, 7b, 10

Economic values of global wetlands. Gland, Switzerland: WWF International

Schuyt, K. and L.M. Brander. 2004. Economic values of global wetlands. Gland, Switzerland: WWF International. Keywords:5c, 6a, 10

Economy and ecology of emerging markets and credits for bio-sequestered carbon on private land in tropical Australia

Hunt, C. 2008. Economy and ecology of emerging markets and credits for bio-sequestered carbon on private land in tropical Australia. Ecological Economics 66: 309-318. Keywords: 4i, 4x, 6b, 10

Ecoregional Estimates of the Net Economic Value of Outdoor Recreational Activities in the United States: Individual Model Results

Bergstrom, J.C., J.M. Bowker, H.K. Cordell, G. Bhat, D.B.K. English, R.J. Teasley and P. Villegas. 1996. Ecoregional Estimates of the Net Economic Value of Outdoor Recreational Activities in the United States: Individual Model Results. Final report. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, DC. Keywords:4q, 4s, 4t, 4u 6c, 7d, 10

Ecosystem functions, services and their values: a case study in Xingshan County of China

Guo, Z.W., X.M. Xiao, Y.L. Gan and Y.J. Zheng. 2001. Ecosystem functions, services and their values: a case study in Xingshan County of China. Ecological Economics 38:
141-154. Keywords: 3b, 6a, 10

Ecosystem management with multiple owners: landscape dynamics in a Southern Appalachian watershed

Wear, D.N., M.G. Turner and R.O. Flamm. 1996. Ecosystem management with multiple owners: landscape dynamics in a Southern Appalachian watershed. Ecological Applications 6: 1173-1188. Keywords: 2a, 6a,10

Ecosystem service value assessment for constructed wetlands: a case study in Hangzhou, China

Yang, W. J. Chang, B. Xu, C. Peng and Y. Ge. Ecosystem service value assessment for constructed wetlands: a case study in Hangzhou, China. Ecological Economics 68: 116-125. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 10

Ecosystem service values and restoration in the urban Sanyang wetland of Wenzhou, China

Tong, C., R.A. Feagin, J. Lu, X. Zhang, X. Zhu, W. Wang and W. He. 2007. Ecosystem service values and restoration in the urban Sanyang wetland of Wenzhou, China. Ecological Engineering 29(3): 249-258. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 10

Ecosystem service, agriculture, and rural poverty in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: Interrelationships and policy prescriptions

Börner, J., A. Mendoza and S.A. Vosti. 2007. Ecosystem service, agriculture, and rural poverty in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: Interrelationships and policy prescriptions. Ecological Economics 356-373. Keywords: 4i, 4x, 5a, 6b, 8a, 9c, 10

Ecosystem services and emergent vulnerability in managed ecosystems: a geospatial decision-support tool

Beier, C.M., T.M. Patterson and F.S. Chapin. 2008. Ecosystem services and emergent vulnerability in managed ecosystems: a geospatial decision-support tool. Ecosystems 11: 923-938. Keywords: 3b, 4q, 4t, 6a, 10

Ecosystem services in a modern economy: Gunnison County, Colorado. In

Wilcox, A. and J. Harte. 1997. Ecosystem services in a modern economy: Gunnison County, Colorado. In: Nature's Services: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, G.C. Daily (ed.), pp. 311-328. Washington, DC: Island Press. Keywords: 3c, 6a, 10

Ecosystem services of tropical dry forests: insights gained from long-term ecological and social research on the Pacific Coast of Mexico

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Ecosystem services, efficiency, sustainability and equity: South Africa's Working for Water Programme

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Testing a place-based theory for environmental evaluation: an Alaska case study

Brown, G., P. Reed and C.C. Harris. 2002. Testing a place-based theory for environmental evaluation: an Alaska case study. Applied Geography 22(1): 49-77.
Keywords: 6a, 7, 10

The CAMPFIRE programme in Zimbabwe: payments for wildlife services.

Frost, P.G.H. and I. Bond. 2008. The CAMPFIRE programme in Zimbabwe: payments for wildlife services. Ecological Economics 65(4): 776-787. Keywords: 8a, 10

The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity

Castro R, F. Tattenbach, L. Gamez and N. Olson. 2000. The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 61(1):75-92. Keywords: 4x, 8a, 9b, 10

The Economic Costs of China's Environmental Degradation

Smil, V. and M. Yshi.1998. The Economic Costs of China's Environmental Degradation. Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Keywords: 6c, 10

The Florida ranchlands environmental services project: field testing a pay-for-environmental services program

Lynch, S. and L. Shabman. 2007. The Florida ranchlands environmental services project: field testing a pay-for-environmental services program. Resources 165: 17-19. Keywords:
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The Impact of Payments for Environmental Services on Land Use Change in Quindío, Colombia

Pagiola, S. and A.R. Rios. 2008. The Impact of Payments for Environmental Services on Land Use Change in Quindío, Colombia. Washington: World Bank. Keywords:2a, 8a, 10

The State of the Nation's Ecosystems: Measuring the Land, Water, and Living Resources of the United States

Heinz Center. 2008. The State of the Nation's Ecosystems: Measuring the Land, Water, and Living Resources of the United States. Washington, DC: Island Press.
Keywords: 6c, 10

The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model

Ready, R.C. and C.W. Abdalla. 2005. The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87: 314-326. Keywords: 6b, 7c, 10

The area requirements of an ecosystem service: crop pollination by native bee communities in California.

Kremen, C., N.M. Williams, R.L. Bugg, J.P. Fay and R.W. Thorp. 2004. The area requirements of an ecosystem service: crop pollination by native bee communities in California. Ecology Letters 7: 1109-1119. Keywords: 4j, 6a, 10

The cost of postponing biodiversity conservation in Mexico

Fuller, T., V. Sanchez-Cordero, P. Illoldi-Rangel, M. Linaje and S. Sarkar. 2007. The cost of postponing biodiversity conservation in Mexico. Biological Conservation 134: 593-600. Keywords: 4x, 10

The design of ecological landscape models for Everglades restoration.

Sklar, F.H., H.C. Fitz, Y. Wu, R. Van Zee and C. McVoy. 2001. The design of ecological landscape models for Everglades restoration. Ecological Economics 37(3): 379-401.
Keywords: 5c, 6a, 10

The dry tropical forest at risk: Conflicts between agricultural and cattle use, tourism development, and provision of ecosystem services in the coast of Jalisco, Mexico.

Castillo, A., C. Godinez, N.Schroeder, C. Galicia, A. Pujadas-Botey and L.M. Hernandez. 2009. The dry tropical forest at risk: Conflicts between agricultural and cattle use, tourism development, and provision of ecosystem services in the coast of Jalisco, Mexico. Interciencia 34(12): 844-850. Keywords:5a, 5g, 6b, 10

The economic equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan

Lupi, F., M.D. Kaplowitz and J.P. Hoehn. 2002. The economic equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(5): 1355-1361. Keywords: 5c, 6b, 7c, 10

The economic value of controlling an invasive shrub

Zavaleta, E. 2000. The economic value of controlling an invasive shrub. Ambio 29: 462- 467. Keywords: 5a, 10

The economic value of saltwater marsh supporting marine recreational fishing the Southeastern United States

Bell, F.W. 1997. The economic value of saltwater marsh supporting marine recreational fishing the Southeastern United States. Ecological Economics 21: 243-54.
Keywords: 4q, 5c, 6b, 10

The environmental and economic costs of sprawling parking lots in the United States

Davis, A.Y., B.C. Pijanowski, K. Robinson and B. Engel. 2010. The environmental and economic costs of sprawling parking lots in the United States. Land Use Policy 27(2): 255-261. Keywords: 5j, 6a, 10

The environmental economic impact of woodland: a two stage hedonic price model of the amenity value of forestry in Britain

Garrod, G. and K. Willis. 1993. The environmental economic impact of woodland: a two stage hedonic price model of the amenity value of forestry in Britain. In Forestry and the
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The existence value of biodiversity in South Africa: how interest, experience, knowledge, income and perceived level of threat influence local willingness to pay

Turpie, J. 2003. The existence value of biodiversity in South Africa: how interest, experience, knowledge, income and perceived level of threat influence local willingness to pay. Ecological Economics 46(2): 199-216. Keywords: 4x, 10

The influence of conversion of forest types on carbon sequestration and other ecosystem services in the South Central United States

Sohngen B. and S. Brown. 2006. The influence of conversion of forest types on carbon sequestration and other ecosystem services in the South Central United States. Ecological Economics 57: 698-708. Keywords: 4i, 5a, 10

The opportunity costs of biodiversity conservation in Kenya.

Norton-Griffiths, M. and C. Southey. 1995. The opportunity costs of biodiversity conservation in Kenya. Ecological Economics 12: 125-139. Keywords: 4x, 10

The recreational value of moose hunting in Norway: towards modelling optimal population density

Soedal, D.P. 1989. The recreational value of moose hunting in Norway: towards modelling optimal population density. Scandinavian Forest Economics 30: 62-78.
Keywords: 4t, 10

The total economic value of Amazonian deforestation

Torras, M. 2000. The total economic value of Amazonian deforestation, 1978-1993. Ecological Economics 33: 283-297. Keywords: 3c, 6b, 10

The tradeoff analysis approach: lessons from Ecuador and Peru

Antle, J., J. Stoorvogel, W. Bowen, C. Crissman and D. Yanggene. 2003.
The tradeoff analysis approach: lessons from Ecuador and Peru. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 42(2): 189-206. Keywords: 8d, 10

The value of ecosystem services provided by the U.S. National Wildlife Refuge System in the contiguous U.S

Ingraham, M.W. and S.G. Foster. 2008. The value of ecosystem services provided by the U.S. National Wildlife Refuge System in the contiguous U.S. Ecological Economics 67(4): 608-618. Keywords: 3c, 6c, 10

The value of non-timber forest products: an estimate from India

Chopra, L. 1993. The value of non-timber forest products: an estimate from India. Economic Botany 47(3): 251-257. Keywords: 4m, 10

The value of tropical forests: a study of nontimber forest products in the primary forest of Upper Napo Province, Ecuador

Grimes, A., S. Loomis, P. Jahnige, M. Burnham, K. Onthank, R. Alarcon, W. Palacios Cuenca, C.C. Martinez, D. Neill, M. Balick, B. Bennett and R. Mendelsohn. 1994. The value of tropical forests: a study of nontimber forest products in the primary forest of Upper Napo Province, Ecuador. Ambio 23: 405-410. Keywords: 4m, 5a, 10

The value of watchable wildlife: a case study of McNeil River.

Clayton, C. and R. Mendelsohn. 1993. The value of watchable wildlife: a case study of McNeil River. Journal of Environmental Management 39: 101-106. Keywords: 4u, 6a, 10

The working for water programme: evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa

Turpie, J.K., C. Marais and J.N. Blignaut. 2008. The working for water programme: evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa. Ecological Economics 65(4): 788-798.
Keywords: 8a, 10

Tropical forest fragments enhance pollinator activity in nearby coffee crops.

Ricketts, T.H. 2004. Tropical forest fragments enhance pollinator activity in nearby coffee crops. Conservation Biology 18: 1262-1271. Keywords: 4j, 5a, 6b, 10

Tropical forest protection: an empirical analysis of the costs borne by local people.

Shyamsundar, P. and R.A. Kramer. 1996. Tropical forest protection: an empirical analysis of the costs borne by local people. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 31(2): 129-145. Keywords: 4x, 5a, 6a, 10

Urbanization, the energy ladder and forest transitions in India's emerging economy.

DeFries, R. and D. Pandey, D. 2010. Urbanization, the energy ladder and forest transitions in India's emerging economy. Land Use Policy 27(2): 130-138.
Keywords: 2a, 3e, 6c, 10

Use-value of tree species in a communal forest reserve in Northeast Peru.

Pinedo-Vasquez, M.D.Z., P. Jipp and J. Chota-Inuma. 1990. Use-value of tree species in a communal forest reserve in Northeast Peru. Conservation Biology 4(4): 405-416.
Keywords: 5a, 6b, 10

Using farmland prices to evaluate cost-efficiency of national versus regional reserve selection in Denmark

Strange, N., C. Rahbek, J.K. Jepsen and M.P. Lund. 2006. Using farmland prices to evaluate cost-efficiency of national versus regional reserve selection in Denmark. Biological Conservation 128: 455-466. Keywords: 1i, 4x, 10

Valuation and management of wetlands ecosystems.

Constanza, R., S.C. Farber and J. Maxwell, 1989. Valuation and management of wetlands ecosystems. Ecological Economics 1: 335-361. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7g, 10

Valuation of ecosystem services


Van Wilgen, B.W., R.M. Cowling and C.J. Burgers. 1996. Valuation of ecosystem services. BioScience 46(3) 184-189. Keywords: 5d,6a,10

Valuation of non-priced amenities provided by the biological resources within the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica

Echeverria, J., M. Hanrahan and R. Solorzano. 1995. Valuation of non-priced amenities provided by the biological resources within the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica. Ecological Economics 13: 43-52. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

Valuing ecosystem functions: an empirical study on the storm protection function of Bhitarkanika mangrove ecosystem, India

Badola, R. and S.A. Hussain. 2005. Valuing ecosystem functions: an empirical study on the storm protection function of Bhitarkanika mangrove ecosystem, India. Environmental
Conservation 32: 85-92. Keywords: 5g, 6a, 7e, 10

Valuing ecosystems: is the fynbos worth conserving?

Ryan, P. G., R. M. Cowling, and R. Costanza. 1995. Valuing ecosystems: is the fynbos worth conserving? South African Journal of Science 91: 572-573. Keywords:4x, 10

Valuing ecotourism in Madagascar

Maille, P. and R. Mendelsohn. 1993. Valuing ecotourism in Madagascar. Journal of Environmental Management 39: 213-218. Keywords: 4s, 6c, 10

Valuing mangrove conservation in Southern Thailand.

Sathirathai, S. and E.B. Barbier. 2001. Valuing mangrove conservation in Southern Thailand. Contemporary Economic Policy 19:109-122. Keywords: 5g, 6a 10

Valuing mangrove-fishery linkages: A case study of

Barbier, E.B and I. Strand. 1998. Valuing mangrove-fishery linkages: A case study of
Campeche, Mexico. Environmental and Resource Economics 12:151-66. Keywords: 4r, 5a, 6a, 10

Valuing rural recreation benefits: an empirical comparison of two approaches.

Hanley, N. 1989. Valuing rural recreation benefits: an empirical comparison of two approaches. Journal of Agricultural Economics Research 40: 361-374.
Keywords: 6a, 7d, 7g, 10

Valuing soil conservation benefits of agroforestry

Pattanayak, S.K. and E. Mercer. 1998. Valuing soil conservation benefits of agroforestry
practices: contour hedgerows in the Eastern Visayas, Philippines. Agricultural Economics 18: 31-46. Keywords: 4g, 5i, 10

Valuing the preservation of Australia's Kakadu Conservation Zone

Carson, R.T., L. Wilks and D. Imber. 1994. Valuing the preservation of Australia's Kakadu Conservation Zone. Oxford Economic Papers 46: 727-749. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 8e, 10

Valuing watershed services: concepts and empirics from Southeast Asia

Pattanayak, S. K. 2004. Valuing watershed services: concepts and empirics from Southeast Asia. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 104(1): 171-184.
Keywords: 5d, 6a, 10

Water accounting in Australia

Vardon, M., M. Lenzen, S. Peevor and M. Creaser. 2007. Water accounting in Australia. Ecological Economics 61(4): 650-659. Keywords: 9a, 10

Water fights: the economics of allocating scarce water and Bay Delta restoration.

Polasky, S. 2008. Water fights: the economics of allocating scarce water and Bay Delta restoration. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press. Keywords:4a, 6a, 10

Water shortage, deforestation and development: South Africa's working for water programme

Binns, J.A., P.M. Illgner and E.L. Nel. 2001. Water shortage, deforestation and development: South Africa's working for water programme. Land Degradation and Development 12: 341-355. Keywords: 6c, 8d, 10

Watershed development, environmental services, and poverty alleviation in India

Kerr, J. 2002. Watershed development, environmental services, and poverty alleviation in India. World Development 30 (8): 1387-1400. Keywords: 5d, 6c, 9c, 10

Wealth, natural capital, and sustainable development: contrasting

Lange, G-M. 2004. Wealth, natural capital, and sustainable development: contrasting
examples from Botswana and Namibia. Environmental and Resource Economics 1: 1-28.
Keywords: 9b, 10

Wild bee species increase tomato production but respond differently to surrounding land use in Northern California

Greenleaf, S. and C. Kremen 2006. Wild bee species increase tomato production but respond differently to surrounding land use in Northern California. Biological Conservation 133: 81-87. Keywords: 4j, 6b, 10

Will buying tropical forest carbon benefit the poor? Evidence from Costa Rica.

Pfaff, A., S. Kerr and L. Lipper with R. Cavatassi, B. Davis, J. Hendy and A. Sanchez. 2007. Will buying tropical forest carbon benefit the poor? Evidence from Costa Rica. Land Use Policy 24: 600-610. Keywords: 4i, 10

Willingness to pay for desert protection

Richer, J. 1995. Willingness to pay for desert protection. Contemporary Economic Policy 13: 93-104. Keywords: 6b, 7g, 10

Willingness to pay for improved water service in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil

Casey, J.F., J.R. Kahn and A. Rivas. 2006. Willingness to pay for improved water service in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. Ecological Economics 58: 365-372. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

Worth of watersheds: a producer surplus approach for valuing drought control in Eastern Indonesia

Pattanayak, S.K., and R. Kramer. 2001. Worth of watersheds: a producer surplus approach for valuing drought control in Eastern Indonesia. Environment and Development Economics 6(1): 123-145. Keywords: 4d, 6a, 7g, 10

Yield increase attributable to aphid predation by ground-living polyphagous natural enemies in spring barley in Sweden

Östman, Ö., B. Ekbom and J. Bengtsson. 2003. Yield increase attributable to aphid predation by ground-living polyphagous natural enemies in spring barley in Sweden. Ecological Economics 25: 149-158. Keywords: 5i, 4o, 10

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