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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

Biodiversity and timber in the Coast Range of Oregon: inside the production possibility frontier

Lichtenstein, M.E., and C.A. Montgomery. 2002. Biodiversity and timber in the Coast Range of Oregon: inside the production possibility frontier. Land Economics 79(1): 56-73. Keywords: 4l, 4x, 5g

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

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

Exploring the poverty-forestry link: key concepts, issues and research implications

Angelsen, A. and S. Wunder. 2003. Exploring the poverty-forestry link: key concepts, issues and research implications. CIFOR Occasional Paper No. 42. .
Keywords:4l, 4m, 5a, 8a

Forest biodiversity and timber extraction: an analysis of the interaction of market and non-market mechanisms

Chopra K. and P. Kumar. 2004. Forest biodiversity and timber extraction: an analysis of the interaction of market and non-market mechanisms. Ecological Economics 49: 135-148. Keywords: 4l, 5a, 6b, 10

Modeling joint production of wildlife and timber in forests.

Nalle, D.J., C.A. Montgomery, J.L. Arthur, S. Polasky and N.H Schumaker. 2004. Modeling joint production of wildlife and timber in forests. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 48(3): 997-1017. Keywords: 1k, 2a, 4l, 8c

Multiple-Use Management: The Economics of Public Forestlands

Bowes, M.D. and J.V. Krutilla. 1989. Multiple-Use Management: The Economics of Public Forestlands. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. Keywords: 4l, 5a, 7c, 8c

Nonconvexities in the production of timber, biodiversity, and carbon sequestration

Boscolo, M and J.R. Vincent. 2003. Nonconvexities in the production of timber, biodiversity, and carbon sequestration. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 46(2): 251-268. Keywords: 4i, 4l, 4x, 5a

On the economic value of ecosystem services

Sagoff, M. 2008. On the economic value of ecosystem services. Environmental Values 17(2): 239-257. Keywords:4a, 4j, 4l, 4x

Timber and amenities on non-industrial private lands.

Pattanayak, S., K. Abt and T. Holmes. 2003. Timber and amenities on non-industrial private lands. In Forests in a Market Economy, E. Sills and K. Abt (eds.), pp. 243-258. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Keywords: 4l

Trade, tropical deforestation and policy interventions

Barbier, E.B. and M. Rauscher. 1994. Trade, tropical deforestation and policy interventions. Environmental and Resource Economics 4: 75-90. Keywords: 4l, 5a, 8c

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