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A bioeconomic model of marine reserve creation

Sanchirico, J. and J. Wilen. 2001. A bioeconomic model of marine reserve creation. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 42: 257-276. Keywords: 3d, 3f, 5h

A model of tropical marine reserve-fishery linkages

Rodwell, L.D., E.B. Barbier, C.M. Roberts and T.R. McClanahan. 2002. A model of tropical marine reserve-fishery linkages. Natural Resource Modeling, 15(4): 453-486.
Keywords: 3f, 5h

A new method for conservation planning for the persistence of multiple species.

Nicholson, E., M.I. Westphal, K. Frank, W.A. Rochester, R.I. Pressey, D.B. Lindenmayer and H.P. Possingham. 2006. A new method for conservation planning for the persistence of multiple species. Ecology Letters 9: 1049-1060. Keywords:3f

A note on optimal algorithms for reserve site selection

Camm, J.D., S. Polasky, A. Solow and B. Csuti. 1996. A note on optimal algorithms for reserve site selection. Biological Conservation 78: 353-355. Keywords: 3f

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

Assigning priority to environmental policy interventions in a heterogeneous world

Ferraro, P.J. 2003. Assigning priority to environmental policy interventions in a heterogeneous world. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 22(1): 27-43.
Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

Biodiversity conservation, affluence and poverty: mismatched costs and benefits and efforts to remedy them

Wells, M. 1992. Biodiversity conservation, affluence and poverty: mismatched costs and benefits and efforts to remedy them. Ambio 21(3): 237-243. Keywords: 3f, 4x

Biodiversity protection policy: environmental valuation and distribution issues

Munasinghe, M. 1992. Biodiversity protection policy: environmental valuation and distribution issues. Ambio 21(3): 227-236. Keywords: 3f, 4x

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

Conserving species in a working landscape: land use with biological and economic objectives

Polasky, S., E. Nelson, E. Lonsdorf, P. Fackler and A. Starfield. 2005. Conserving species in a working landscape: land use with biological and economic objectives. Ecological Applications 15(4): 1387-1401. Keywords: 2a, 3f

Creating contiguous forest habitat: an experimental examination on incentives and communication

Warziniack, T., J.F. Shogren and G.M. Parkhurst. 2007. Creating contiguous forest habitat: an experimental examination on incentives and communication. Journal of Forest Economics 13(2-3): 191-207. Keywords: 3f, 5a

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

Dynamic reserve site selection. Resource and Energy

Costello, C. and S. Polasky. 2004. Dynamic reserve site selection. Resource and Energy Economics 26(2): 157-174. Keywords: 1k, 3f, 4x

Economic analysis of the spatial dimensions of species preservation: the distribution of northern spotted owl habitat

Montgomery, C. 1995. Economic analysis of the spatial dimensions of species preservation: the distribution of northern spotted owl habitat. Forest Science 41: 67-83.
Keywords: 3f

Economic land use, ecosystem services and microfounded species dynamics

Eichner, T. and R. Pethig. 2006. Economic land use, ecosystem services and microfounded species dynamics. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52(3): 707-720. Keywords: 3f, 4x

Global habitat protection: limitations of development interventions and a role for conservation performance payments.

Ferraro, P.J. 2001. Global habitat protection: limitations of development interventions and a role for conservation performance payments. Conservation Biology 15(4): 990-1000. Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

Integrating costs into conservation planning across Africa

Moore, J., A. Balmford, T. Allnutt and N. Burgess. 2004. Integrating costs into conservation planning across Africa. Biological Conservation 117: 343-350.
Keywords: 3c, 3f, 6d

Maximizing return on investment in conservation.

Murdoch, W., S. Polasky, K. Wilson, H. Possingham, P. Kareiva, and R. Shaw. 2007. Maximizing return on investment in conservation. Biological Conservation 139: 375-388.
Keywords:3f

Non-linearity in ecosystem services: temporal and spatial variability in coastal protection.

Koch, E.W., E.B. Barbier, B.R. Silliman, D.J. Reed, G.M.E. Perillo, S.D. Hacker, E.F. Granek, J.H. Primavera, N. Muthiga, S. Polasky, B.S. Halpern, C.J. Kennedy, C.V. Kappel and E. Wolanski. 2009. Non-linearity in ecosystem services: temporal and spatial variability in coastal protection. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(1): 29-37.
Keywords:3f, 5g

Optimal spatial management of renewable resources: matching policy scope to ecosystem scale

Sanchirico, J. and J. Wilen. 2005. Optimal spatial management of renewable resources: matching policy scope to ecosystem scale. Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management 50(1): 23-46. Keywords: 3d, 3f, 5h

Optimization of habitat placement: a case study of the northern spotted owl in the Olympic Peninsula

Hof, J.G. and M.G. Raphael. 1997. Optimization of habitat placement: a case study of the northern spotted owl in the Olympic Peninsula. Ecological Applications 7(4): 1160-69.
Keywords: 3f, 4x, 6a, 10

Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: methods for large multi-species planning problems.

Moilanen, A., A.M.A. Franco, R.I. Early, R. Fox, B. White and C.D. Thomas. 2005. Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: methods for large multi-species planning problems. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 272: 1885-1891.
Keywords: 3f

Selecting biological reserves cost-effectively: an application to terrestrial vertebrate conservation in Oregon

Polasky, S., J.D. Camm, and B. Garber-Yonts. 2001. Selecting biological reserves cost-effectively: an application to terrestrial vertebrate conservation in Oregon. Land Economics 77(1): 68-78. Keywords: 3f, 6b, 10

Single-species dynamic site selection

Moilanen, A. and M. Cabeza. 2002. Single-species dynamic site selection. Ecological Applications 12: 913-926. Keywords: 3f

The impacts of marine reserves on limited-entry fisheries

Sanchirico, J. and J. Wilen. 2002. The impacts of marine reserves on limited-entry fisheries. Natural Resource Modeling 15(3): 291-310. Keywords: 3d, 3f, 5h

The importance of habitat quality for marine reserve-fishery linkages.

Rodwell, L.D., E.B. Barbier, C.M. Roberts and T.R. McClanahan. 2003. The importance of habitat quality for marine reserve-fishery linkages. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 171-181. Keywords: 3f, 5h

The local costs of establishing protected areas in low-income nations: Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar

Ferraro, P.J. 2002. The local costs of establishing protected areas in low-income nations: Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. Ecological Economics 43(2-3): 261-275.
Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

The marginal cost of species preservation: the northern spotted owl.

Montgomery, C.A., G.M. Brown Jr. and D.M. Adams. 1994. The marginal cost of species preservation: the northern spotted owl. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 26(2): 111-28. Keywords: 3f

Valuation of riparian habitats. In Strategies for Protection and Management of Floodplain Wetlands and Other Riparian Ecosystems

King, W., M. Hay and J. Charbonneau. 1979. Valuation of riparian habitats. In Strategies
for Protection and Management of Floodplain Wetlands and Other Riparian Ecosystems, Johnson, R.R., McCormick, J.F. (eds.), pp. 161-165. General Tech. Rept. WO-12. USDA, Forest Service, Washington, DC. Keywords: 3f

Where to put things? Spatial land management to sustain biodiversity and economic returns.

Polasky, S., E. Nelson, J. Camm, B. Csuti, P. Fackler, E. Lonsdorf, C. Montgomery, D. White, J. Arthur, B. Garber-Yonts, R. Haight, J. Kagan, A. Starfield, and C. Tobalske. 2008. Where to put things? Spatial land management to sustain biodiversity and economic returns. Biological Conservation 141(6): 1505-1524. Keywords: 2a, 3f, 6b

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