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A spatiotemporal model of shifting cultivation and forest cover dynamics

Brown D.R. 2008. A spatiotemporal model of shifting cultivation and forest cover dynamics. Environment and Development Economics 13: 643-671. Keywords: 5i, 6a

An assessment of market-based approaches to providing ecosystem services on agricultural lands

Kroeger, T. and F. Casey. 2007. An assessment of market-based approaches to providing ecosystem services on agricultural lands. Ecological Economics 64(2): 321-332.
Keywords: 5i, 8a

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

Developing incentives and economic mechanisms for in situ biodiversity conservation in agricultural landscapes

Pascual U. and C. Perrings. 2007. Developing incentives and economic mechanisms for in situ biodiversity conservation in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment 121: 256-268. Keywords: 4x. 5i

Economic profitability versus ecological entropy

Weitzman, M. 2000. Economic profitability versus ecological entropy. Quarterly Journal of Economics 115(1): 237-263. Keywords: 1k, 5i

Evaluating cost-effectiveness of conservation management actions in an agricultural landscape on a regional scale

Holzkamper, A. and R. Seppelt. 2007. Evaluating cost-effectiveness of conservation management actions in an agricultural landscape on a regional scale. Biological Conservation 136: 117-127. Keywords: 2a, 5i, 6b

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

Landscape structure and biological control in agroecosystems.

Thies, C. and T. Tscharntke. 1999. Landscape structure and biological control in agroecosystems. Science 285 (5429): 893-895. Keywords: 5i

Measures of the effects of agricultural practices on ecosystem services.

Dale, V. and S. Polasky. 2007. Measures of the effects of agricultural practices on ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 64(2): 286-296. Keywords: 3c, 4o, 5i

Multifunctional agriculture in the United States

Boody, G., B. Vondracek, D. A. Andow, M. Krinke, J. Westra, J. Zimmerman & P. Welle. 2005. Multifunctional agriculture in the United States. BioScience 55: 27-38.
Keywords: 2c, 2d, 4i, 5i, 8c, 10

Native bees provide insurance against ongoing honey bee losses.

Winfree, R., N.M. Williams, J. Dushoff and C. Kremen. 2007. Native bees provide insurance against ongoing honey bee losses. Ecology Letters 10: 1105-1113.
Keywords: 3b, 4j, 4x, 5i

Spatial complementarity of forests and farms: accounting for ecosystem services.

Pattanayak, S.K. and D.T. Butry. 2005. Spatial complementarity of forests and farms: accounting for ecosystem services. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87(4): 995-1008. Keywords: 4a, 4g, 5i, 6a

The effect of decoupling on marginal agricultural systems

Acs, S., N. Hanley, M. Dallimer, K.J. Gaston, P. Robertson and P.R. Armsworth. 2010. The effect of decoupling on marginal agricultural systems: Implications for farm incomes, land use and upland ecology. Land Use Policy 27(2): 550-563. Keywords: 5i, 6b, 8c

The vulnerability of ecosystem services to land use change

Metzger, M.J., M.D.A. Rounsevell, L. Acosta-Michlik, R. Leemans and D. Schroter. 2006. The vulnerability of ecosystem services to land use change. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 114(1): 69-85. Keywords:2a, 2d, 5i, 6d

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

Wild pollinators provide majority of crop visitation across land use gradients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

Winfree, R., N.M. Williams, H. Gaines, J. Ascher, and C. Kremen. 2008. Wild pollinators provide majority of crop visitation across land use gradients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 793-802. Keywords: 3b, 4j, 4x, 5i

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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