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A dynamic model of patterns of deforestation and their effect on the ability of the Brazilian Amazonia to provide ecosystem services

Portela, R. and I. Rademacher. 2001. A dynamic model of patterns of deforestation and their effect on the ability of the Brazilian Amazonia to provide ecosystem services. Ecological Modelling 143(1-2): 115-146. Keywords: 2a, 4e, 5a, 6b

A method for the economic valuation of non-timber tropical forest products.

Godoy, R. Lubowski and A. Markandya. 1993. A method for the economic valuation of non-timber tropical forest products. Economic Botany 47(3): 200-223. 4m, 5a

A review of the conceptual and methodological issues in accounting for forests. In Proceedings of Third Meeting of the London Group on Natural Resource and Environmental Accounting

Howell, S.L. 1996. A review of the conceptual and methodological issues in accounting for forests. In Proceedings of Third Meeting of the London Group on Natural Resource and Environmental Accounting. Stockholm: Statistics Sweden. Keywords:5a

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

An econometric analysis of the costs of sequestering carbon in forests


Plantinga, A.J., T. Mauldin, and D.J. Miller. 1999. An econometric analysis of the costs of sequestering carbon in forests. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81: 812-24. Keywords: 4i, 5a

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

Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics?

Wunder, S. 2006. Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics? Ecology and Society 11: 23.
Keywords: 5a, 8a

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

Assessment of management of organizations supplying ecosystem services in tropical forests

Koellner, T., J. Sell, M. Gähwiler and R.W. Scholz. 2008. Assessment of management of organizations supplying ecosystem services in tropical forests. Global Environmental Change 18(4): 746-757. Keywords: 5a, 6d, 8a

Biodiversity values and measures applied to forest management.

Silbaugh, J.M. and D.R. Betters. 1997. Biodiversity values and measures applied to forest management. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 5(1-2): 235-248. Keywords: 1i, 4x, 5a

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 non-timber forest products match tropical forest conservation and development objectives?

Arnold J.E.M., M.R. Perez. 2001. Can non-timber forest products match tropical forest conservation and development objectives? Ecological Economics 39: 437-447.
Keywords: 4m, 5a, 8c

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

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

Coastal ecosystem-based management with non-linear ecological functions and values

Barbier, E.B., E.W. Koch, B.R. Silliman, S. D. Hacker, E. Wolanski, J. Primavera, E. F. Granek, S. Polasky, S. Aswani, L.A. Cramer, D. Stoms, C.J. Kennedy, D.Bael, C.V. Kappel, G.M.E. Perillo and D.J. Reed. 2008. Coastal ecosystem-based management with non-linear ecological functions and values. Science 319: 321-323. Keywords: 3b, 4r, 5a, 5g

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 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

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

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


Do tropical forests provide natural insurance? The microeconomics of non-timber forest products collection in the Brazilian Amazon

Pattanayak, S.K. and E. Sills. 2001. Do tropical forests provide natural insurance? The microeconomics of non-timber forest products collection in the Brazilian Amazon. Land
Economics 77(4): 595-612. Keywords: 4m, 5a

Does economic development lead to mangrove loss? A cross-country analysis

Barbier, E.B. and Cox, M. 2003. Does economic development lead to mangrove loss? A cross-country analysis. Contemporary Economic Policy 21(4): 418-432.
Keywords: 4r, 5a, 6e

Ecological economics at the watershed scale: comparing and contrasting the United States and German experiences and approaches.

Erickson, J.D., F. Messner and I. Ring. 2007. Ecological economics at the watershed scale: comparing and contrasting the United States and German experiences and approaches. Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources 7: 3-7.
Keywords: 1k, 5a

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 benefits of biodiversity conservation exceed costs of conservation at an African rainforest reserve

Naidoo R. and W.L. Adamowicz. 2005. Economic benefits of biodiversity conservation exceed costs of conservation at an African rainforest reserve. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 102: 16712-16716. Keywords: 4x, 5a, 6b

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 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 value of tropical forest to coffee production.

Ricketts, T.H., G.C. Daily, P.R. Ehrlich and C.D. Michener. 2004. Economic value of tropical forest to coffee production. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101(34): 12579-12582. Keywords: 4j, 5a, 6b, 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 of tropical dry forests: insights gained from long-term ecological and social research on the Pacific Coast of Mexico

Maas, M., P. Balvanera, A. Castillo, G.C. Daily, H.A. Mooney, P.R. Ehrlich, M. Quesada, A. Miranda, V.J. Jaramillo, F. García-Oliva, A. Martínez-Yrizar, H. Cotler, J. López-Blanco, A. Pérez-Jiménez, A. Búrquez, C. Tinoco, G. Ceballos, L. Barraza, R. Ayala, and J. Sarukhán. 2005. Ecosystem services of tropical dry forests: insights gained from long-term ecological and social research on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Ecology and Society 10 (1): 17. Keywords:1k, 5a, 6c, 10

Effect of human disturbance on bee communities in a forested ecosystem

Winfree R., Griswold T. and C. Kremen. 2007. Effect of human disturbance on bee communities in a forested ecosystem. Conservation Biology 21: 213-223.
Keywords: 4j, 5a, 6a, 10

Efficient multiple-use forestry may require land-use specialization

Vincent, J.R. and C.S. Binkley. 1993. Efficient multiple-use forestry may require land-use specialization. Land Economics 69: 370-376. Keywords: 1i, 5a

Environmental services from agroforestry: economics of soil and water conservation in Manggarai, Indonesia

Pattanayak, S.K. and B. M. Depro. 2004. Environmental services from agroforestry: economics of soil and water conservation in Manggarai, Indonesia. In Valuing Agroforestry Systems: Methods and Applications, J. Alavalapati and E. Mercer (eds.), pp. 165-182. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Keywords:4g, 5a, 10

Estimation of forest values using choice modeling: an application to Spanish forests

Brey, R., P. Riera and J. Mogas. 2007. Estimation of forest values using choice modeling: an application to Spanish forests. Ecological Economics 64(2): 305-312. Keywords:
5a, 7g, 10

Explaining agricultural land expansion and deforestation in developing countries

Barbier, E.B. 2004. Explaining agricultural land expansion and deforestation in developing countries. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86(5): 1347-1353.
Keywords: 2a, 4o, 5a, 5i, 6e

Exploring local values for forest biodiversity on Mount Cameroon

Lawrence, A., B. Ambrose-Oji, R. Lysinge and C. Tako. 2000. Exploring local values for forest biodiversity on Mount Cameroon. Mountain Research and Development 20(2): 112-115. Keywords: 4x, 5a, 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

Extent of nontimber resource extraction in tropical forests: accessibility to game vertebrates by hunters in the Amazon Basin

Peres C.A. and I.R. Lake. 2003. Extent of nontimber resource extraction in tropical forests: accessibility to game vertebrates by hunters in the Amazon Basin. Conservation Biology 17: 521-535. Keywords: 4m, 5a, 6c, 10

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

Forest ecosystem services and their values in Beijing

Xie, G.D., W.H. Li, Y. Xiao, B.A. Zhang, C.X. Lu, K. An, J.X. Wang, K. Xu and J.Z. Wang. 2010. Forest ecosystem services and their values in Beijing. Chinese Geographical Science 20(1): 51-58. Keywords: 5a, 10

Forest ecosystem services as production inputs


Pattanayak, S. and D. Butry. 2003. Forest ecosystem services as production inputs. In Forests in a Market Economy, E. Sills and K. Abt (eds.), pp. 361-379. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Keywords: 5a

Forest valuation. In Managing the World's Forests

Kramer, R., R. Healy and R. Mendelsohn. 1992. Forest valuation. In Managing the World's Forests, N.P. Sharma (ed.), pp. 237-265. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.
Keywords: 5a

Forests and water: the value of native temperate forests in supplying water for human consumption

Núñez D., L. Nahuelhual and C. Oyarzún. 2006. Forests and water: the value of native temperate forests in supplying water for human consumption. Ecological Economics 58: 606-616. Keywords: 4a, 5a

How can market mechanisms for forest environmental services help the poor?

Grieg-Gran, M., I. Porras and S. Wunder. 2005. How can market mechanisms for forest environmental services help the poor? Preliminary lessons from Latin America. World Development 33: 1511-1527. Keywords: 5a, 9c

How much are Mediterranean forests worth?

Croitoru, L. 2007. How much are Mediterranean forests worth? Forest Policy and Economics 9(5): 536-545. Keywords: 5a, 6d, 7d, 7g

Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice and policy

Colfer, C.J.P. (ed.). 2008. Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice and policy . London: Earthscan Publishers. Keywords:4y, 5a, 6e

Hydrological function of moist tropical forests: not seeing the soil for the tree?

Bruijnzeel, L.A. 2004. Hydrological function of moist tropical forests: not seeing the soil for the tree? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environments 104:185-228. Keywords: 4d, 4g, 5a

Institutional constraints and deforestation: an application to Mexico

Barbier, E.B. 2002. Institutional constraints and deforestation: an application to Mexico. Economic Inquiry 40(3): 508-519. Keywords: 5a, 6c, 8e, 10

Integrating fishery and water resource management: A biological model of a California salmon fishery

Fisher, A.C., W.M. Hanemann and A. Keeler. 1991. Integrating fishery and water resource management: A biological model of a California salmon fishery. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 20: 234-261. Keywords: 4p, 5a, 6b, 10

Integrating public demands into model-based design for multifunctional agriculture: an application to intensive Dutch dairy landscapes

Parra-Lopez, C., J.C.J. Groot, C. Carmona-Torres and W.A.H. Rossing. 2008. Integrating public demands into model-based design for multifunctional agriculture: an application to intensive Dutch dairy landscapes. Ecological Economics 67(4): 538-551.
Keywords: 5a, 6b, 10

Land use options in dry tropical woodland ecosystems in Zimbabwe: Introduction, overview and synthesis

Campbell, B.M., R. Costanza and M. van den Belt. 2000. Land use options in dry tropical woodland ecosystems in Zimbabwe: Introduction, overview and synthesis. Ecological Economics 33: 341-351. Keywords: 2a 5a, 6b, 10

Linking Ecosystem Services, Rehabilitation, and River Hydrogeomorphology

Thorp, J.H., J.E. Flotemersch, M.D. Delong, A.F. Casper, M.C. Thoms, F. Ballantyne, B.S. Williams, B.J. O'Neill and C.S. Haase. 2010. Linking Ecosystem Services, Rehabilitation, and River Hydrogeomorphology. BioScience 60(1): 67-74.
Keywords: 3b, 5a

Linking deforestation scenarios to pollination services and economic returns in coffee agroforestry systems.

Priess, J. A., M. Mimler, A. M. Klein, S. Schwarze, T. Tscharntke and I. Steffan-Dewenter. 2007. Linking deforestation scenarios to pollination services and economic returns in coffee agroforestry systems. Ecological Applications 17: 407-417.
Keywords: 4j, 4o, 5a, 6a, 10

Making the restoration of natural capital profitable on private land: Koa forestry on Hawai'i Island

Pejchar, L., J.H. Goldstein and G.C. Daily. 2007. Making the restoration of natural capital profitable on private land: Koa forestry on Hawai'i Island. In Restoring Natural Capital: Science, Business, and Practice, J. Aronson, S.J. Milton and J. Blignaut (eds.), pp. 216-223. Washington, DC: Island Press. Keywords: 5a, 6a,

Measuring the effectiveness of protected area networks in reducing deforestation

Andam, K.S., P.J. Ferraro, A. Pfaff, G.A. Sanchez-Azofeifa and J. Robalino. 2008. Measuring the effectiveness of protected area networks in reducing deforestation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(42): 16089-16094. Keywords: 5a, 6c, 8c

Mediterranean Forests: Towards Total Economic Value.

Merlo, M. and L. Croitoru (eds.). 2005. Valuing Mediterranean Forests: Towards Total Economic Value. Wallingford UK, Cambridge, MA: CABI International.
Keywords: 1k, 5a, 6e

Modeling ecological constraints on tropical forest management: spatial interdependence, irreversibility, and uncertainty

Albers, H.J. 1996. Modeling ecological constraints on tropical forest management: spatial interdependence, irreversibility, and uncertainty. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 30(1): 73-94. Keywords: 3c, 5a

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

Multiple-use forestry and preservation of coniferous forests in Norway: a study of attitudes and willingness-to-pay

Hoen, H.F. and G. Winther. 1993. Multiple-use forestry and preservation of coniferous forests in Norway: a study of attitudes and willingness-to-pay. Scandinavian Journal of
Forest Research 8: 266-280. Keywords: 5a, 7g, 10

Natural barriers to natural disasters: replanting mangroves after the tsunami.

Barbier, E.B. 2006. Natural barriers to natural disasters: replanting mangroves after the tsunami. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(2): 124-131. Keywords: 4r, 5a, 5g, 6b

Natural resource accounting for Indian states - illustrating the case forest resources

Gundimeda, H., P. Sukhdev, R.K. Sinha and S. Sanyal. Natural resource accounting for Indian states - illustrating the case forest resources. Ecological Economics 61(4): 634-649. Keywords: 5a, 9a

Natural resource accounting: A case study of Zimbabwe

Crowards, T.M. 1996 Natural resource accounting: A case study of Zimbabwe. Environmental and Resource Economics 7(2): 213-241. Keywords: 5a, 6c, 10

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

Paying for the hydrological services of Mexico's forests: analysis, negotiations and results

Muñoz-Piña, C., A. Guevara, J.M. Torres and J. Braña. 2008. Paying for the hydrological services of Mexico's forests: analysis, negotiations and results. Ecological Economics 65(4): 725-736. Keywords: 5a, 8a, 10

Policy-relevant nonconvexities in the production of multiple forest benefits.

Swallow, S.K., P.J. Parks and D.N. Wear. 1990. Policy-relevant nonconvexities in the production of multiple forest benefits. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 19: 264-280. Keywords: 1i, 1j, 5a

Potential carbon mitigation and income in developing countries from changes in use and management of agricultural and forest lands

Niles, J.O., S. Brown, J.N. Pretty, A. Ball and J. Fay. 2002. Potential carbon mitigation and income in developing countries from changes in use and management of agricultural and forest lands. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 360: 1621-1639.
Keywords: 2a, 4i, 5a, 6e

Predicting the long-term effects of hunting on plant species composition and diversity in tropical forests

Muller-Landau, H.C. 2007. Predicting the long-term effects of hunting on plant species composition and diversity in tropical forests. Biotropica 39: 372-384.
Keywords: 4t, 5a

Prospects for tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world

Gardner, T.A., J. Barlow, R. Chazdon, R.M. Ewers, C.A. Harvey, C.A. Peres and N.S. Sodhi. 2009. Prospects for tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world. Ecology Letters 12(6): 561-582. Keywords: 4x, 5a

Protecting forests and biodiversity: are investments in eco-friendly production activities the best way to protect endangered ecosystems and enhance rural livelihoods?

Ferraro, P.J. and R.D. Simpson. 2005. Protecting forests and biodiversity: are investments in eco-friendly production activities the best way to protect endangered ecosystems and enhance rural livelihoods? Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 15(2): 2-10. Keywords: 4x, 5a, 8a

Running pure: the importance of forest protected areas to drinking water

Dudley, N. and S. Stolton. 2003. Running pure: the importance of forest protected areas to drinking water. World Bank/WWF Alliance for Forest Conservation and Sustainable Use. Washington, DC. Keywords: 4a, 5a, 6e, 8c

Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-Environment

Moran, E. and E. Ostrom. 2005. Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-Environment
Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Keywords: 5a

Selling Forest Environmental

Pagiola, S., J. Bishop J, and N. Landell-Mills. 2002. Selling Forest Environmental
Services. London, UK: Earthscan. Keywords: 5a

Silver Bullet or Fool's Gold? A Global Review of Markets for Forest Environmental Services and Their Impact on the Poor

Landell-Mills, N. and I. Porras. 2002. Silver Bullet or Fool's Gold? A Global Review of Markets for Forest Environmental Services and Their Impact on the Poor. London: IIED.
Keywords: 1j, 5a

Spatial and temporal specialization in forest ecosystem management under sole ownership.

Swallow, S.K., P. Talukdar and D.N. Wear. 1997. Spatial and temporal specialization in forest ecosystem management under sole ownership. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 79: 311-326. Keywords: 1i, 1k, 5a

Spatial interactions in multiple-use forestry and substitution and wealth effects for the single stand

Swallow, S.K. and D.N. Wear. 1993. Spatial interactions in multiple-use forestry and substitution and wealth effects for the single stand. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 25: 103-120. Keywords: 1i, 1j, 5a

Species and functional diversity of native and human-dominated plant communities

Mayfield, M.M., M.F. Boni, G.C. Daily and D. Ackerly. 2005. Species and functional diversity of native and human-dominated plant communities. Ecology 86: 2365-2372.
Keywords: 4x, 5a, 6c, 10

The Dynamics of Deforestation and Economic Growth in the Brazilian Amazon

Andersen, L.A., O. Granger, E.J. Reis, D. Weinhold and S. Wunder. 2002. The Dynamics of Deforestation and Economic Growth in the Brazilian Amazon. Cambridge, UK:
Cambridge University Press. Keywords:2a, 5a, 6b,

The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade

Barbier, E.B., J.C. Burgess, J.T. Bishop and B.A. Aylward. 1994. The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade. London: Earthscan Publications. Keywords: 5a, 8c

The decision to conserve or harvest old-growth forest

Reed, W.J. 1993. The decision to conserve or harvest old-growth forest.
Ecological Economics 8: 45-69. Keywords: 1i, 5a

The domestic benefits of tropical forests: a critical review.

Chomitz, K. and K. Kumari. 1998. The domestic benefits of tropical forests: a critical review. World Bank Research Observer 13: 13-35. Keywords: 1a, 4m, 5a

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 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 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
Environment: Economic Perspectives, W.L. Adamowicz, W.White, and W.E. Phillips,
(eds.), pp. 198-226. Wallingford, UK: C.A.B. International. Keywords: 4v, 5a, 10

The future of tropical forest species

Wright, S.J. and H.C., Muller-Landau. 2006. The future of tropical forest species. Biotropica 38(3): 287-301. Keywords: 4x, 5a

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 role of deforestation risk and calibrated compensation in designing payments for environmental services

Alix-Garcia, J. A. de Janvry and E. Sadoulet. 2008. The role of deforestation risk and calibrated compensation in designing payments for environmental services. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 375-394. Keywords: 5a, 8a

The valuation of forest characteristics

Hanley, N. and R. Ruffel. 1993. The valuation of forest characteristics. In Forestry and the Environment: Economic Perspectives, W. Adamowicz and W. White (eds.). Oxford: CAB International. Keywords: 5a

The value of a suburban forest preserve: estimates from sales of vacant residential building lots

Thorsnes, P. 2002. The value of a suburban forest preserve: estimates from sales of vacant residential building lots. Land Economics 78: 426-441. Keywords: 5a, 5j

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 undiscovered pharmaceuticals in tropical forests.

Mendelsohn, R. and M.J. Balick. 1995. The value of undiscovered pharmaceuticals in tropical forests. Economic Botany 49(2): 223-228. Keywords:4k, 5a

The world's forests and their ecosystem services

Myers, N. 1997. The world's forests and their ecosystem services. In Nature's Services:
Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems. G.C. Daily (ed.), pp. 213-235. Washington, DC: Island Press. Keywords: 5a, 6e

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

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

Tropical forest recovery: legacies of human impact and natural disturbances. Perspectives in Plant Ecology

Chazdon, R.L. 2003. Tropical forest recovery: legacies of human impact and natural disturbances. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 6(1-2): 51-71.
Keywords: 5a

Tropical forests in a changing environment.

Wright, S.J. 2005. Tropical forests in a changing environment. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20(10): 553-60. Keywords: 5a

Tropical tradeoffs: an economics perspective on tropical deforestation.

Sills, E. O. and S. K. Pattanayak. 2006. Tropical tradeoffs: an economics perspective on tropical deforestation. In Tropical Deforestation, S. Spray and M. Moran (eds.), pp. 104-128. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc. Keywords: 1a, 5a

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

Valuation of an Amazonian rainforest

Peters, C.M., A.H. Gentry and R. Mendelsohn. 1989. Valuation of an Amazonian rainforest. Nature 339: 655-656. Keywords:5a

Valuation of tropical rainforests: philosophical and practical issues in the use of contingent valuation

Carson, R. 1998. Valuation of tropical rainforests: philosophical and practical issues in the use of contingent valuation. Ecological Economics 24(1): 15-29.
Keywords:5a, 7g

Valuing a global environment good: U.S. residents' willingness to pay to protect tropical rain forests

Kramer, R.A. and D.E. Mercer. 1997. Valuing a global environment good: U.S. residents' willingness to pay to protect tropical rain forests. Land Economics 73(2): 196-210.
Keywords: 5a, 7g

Valuing ecosystem services as productive inputs.

Barbier, E.B. 2007. Valuing ecosystem services as productive inputs. Economic Policy 22(49): 177-229. Keywords: 1d, 5a, 5g, 6b

Valuing environmental functions in developing countries

Aylward, B. A. and E.B. Barbier. 1992. Valuing environmental functions in developing countries. Biodiversity and Conservation 1: 34-50. Keywords: 3a, 5a, 6c

Valuing indirect ecosystem services: the case of tropical watersheds.

Kaiser, B. and J. Roumasset. 2002. Valuing indirect ecosystem services: the case of tropical watersheds. Environmental and Development Economics 7: 701-714.
Keywords: 4c, 5a,

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

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