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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 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 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

Agroforestry price supports as a conservation tool: Mexican shade coffee

Avalos-Sartorio, B and A. Blackman. 2010. Agroforestry price supports as a conservation tool: Mexican shade coffee. Agroforestry Systems 78(2): 169-183. Keywords: 6a, 8a

An Economic Model for Valuing Recreational Angling Resources in Michigan. Report to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Hoehn, J.P., T. Tomasi, F. Lupi and H.Z. Chen. 1996. An Economic Model for Valuing Recreational Angling Resources in Michigan. Report to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. East Lansing: Michigan State University. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7d

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 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

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

Benefits of increased streamflow: the case of the John Day River steelhead fishery.

Johnson, N.S., and R.M. Adams. 1988. Benefits of increased streamflow: the case of the John Day River steelhead fishery. Water Resources Research 24(11): 1839-1846.
Keywords: 4p, 5d, 6a

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

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

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 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

Combining revealed and stated preference methods to value

Earnhart, D. 2001. Combining revealed and stated preference methods to value
environmental amenities at residential locations. Land Economics 77:12-29.
Keywords: 6a, 7c, 7g

Confronting unfamiliarity with ecosystem functions: the case for an ecosystem service approach to environmental valuation with stated preference methods

Barkmann, J., K. Glenk, A. Keil, C. Leemhuis, N. Dietrich, G. Gerold and R. Marggraf. 2008. Confronting unfamiliarity with ecosystem functions: the case for an ecosystem service approach to environmental valuation with stated preference methods. Ecological Economics 65(1): 48-62. Keywords: 3a, 6a, 7g

Consumer preferences and willingness-to-pay for water-related residences in non-urban settings: A vignette analysis

Feitelson, E. 1992. Consumer preferences and willingness-to-pay for water-related residences in non-urban settings: A vignette analysis. Regional Studies 26(1): 49-68.
Keywords: 5j, 6a, 7g

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

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

Deforestation, malaria, and poverty: a call for transdisciplinary research to design cross-sectoral policies.

Pattanayak, S.K., K. Dickinson, C. Corey, E.O. Sills, B.C. Murray and R. Kramer. 2006.
Deforestation, malaria, and poverty: a call for transdisciplinary research to design cross-sectoral policies. Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 2(2): 1-12.
Keywords: 6e, 8c, 9a

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

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


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 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 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 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 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 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

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 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

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

Effects of marine reserves on adjacent fisheries

Roberts, C., J. Bohnsack, F. Gell, J. Hawkins and R. Goodridge. 2001. Effects of marine reserves on adjacent fisheries. Science 294: 1920-1923. Keywords: 5h, 6a, 10

Elephants or onions? Paying for nature in Amboseli, Kenya

Bulte, E.H., R.B. Boone, R. Stringer and P.K. Thornton. 2008. Elephants or onions? Paying for nature in Amboseli, Kenya. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 395-414. Keywords: 6a, 8a, 10

Environmental valuation in developing countries: The recreational value of wildlife viewing.

Navrud, S. and E.D. Mungatana. 1994. Environmental valuation in developing countries: The recreational value of wildlife viewing. Ecological Economics 11(2):135-151.
Keywords:6a, 7d, 7g, 10

Estimating the benefits of shore erosion protection in Ohio's Lake Erie housing market.

Kriesel, W., A. Randall and F. Lichtkoppler. 1993. Estimating the benefits of shore erosion protection in Ohio's Lake Erie housing market. Water Resources Research 29(4): 795-801. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 7c, 10

Estimating the demand for protecting freshwater lakes from eutrophication

Boyle, K.J., J. Poor and L.O. Taylor. 1999. Estimating the demand for protecting freshwater lakes from eutrophication. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(5): 1118-1122. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 7c

Estimation of net social benefits from outdoor recreation

Burt, O.R. and D. Brewer. 1971. Estimation of net social benefits from outdoor recreation. Econometrica 39(5): 813-827. Keywords: 6a, 7b, 10

Evidence of the effects of water quality on residential land prices

Leggett, C.G. and N.E. Bockstael. 2000. Evidence of the effects of water quality on residential land prices. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 39: 121-144. Keywords: 4b, 6a, 7c

Evidence on the amenity value of wetlands in a rural setting

Bin, O. and S. Polasky. 2005. Evidence on the amenity value of wetlands in a rural setting. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 37(3): 589-602.
Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7c, 10

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

Financing watershed conservation: the FONAG water fund in Quito, Ecuador

Echavarría, M., 2002. Financing watershed conservation: the FONAG water fund in Quito, Ecuador. In: Selling Forest Environmental Services: Market-based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development, S. Pagiola, J. Bishop and N. Landell-Mills (Eds.).
London: Earthscan. Keywords: 4b, 4c, 5d, 6a, 10

Influence of trees on residential property values in Athens, Georgia: a survey based on actual sales prices

Anderson, L.M. and Cordell, H.K. 1988. Influence of trees on residential property values in Athens, Georgia: a survey based on actual sales prices. Landscape and Urban Planning 15: 153-164. . Keywords:6a, 8b, 10

Integrated ecological and economic analysis of ranch management systems: an example from south central Florida

Swain, H.M., P.J. Bohlen, K.L. Campbell, L.O. Lollis and A.D. Steinman. 2007. Integrated ecological and economic analysis of ranch management systems: an example from south central Florida. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60: 1-11.
Keywords: 2c, 8d, 6a, 10

Integrated ecological economic modeling of the Patuxent River watershed, Maryland

Costanza, R., A. Voinov, R. Boumans, T. Maxwell, F. Villa, L. Wainger and H. Voinov. 2002. Integrated ecological economic modeling of the Patuxent River watershed, Maryland. Ecological Monographs 72: 203-231. Keywords: 2a, 2d, 6a, 10

Integrity and isolation of Costa Rica's national parks and biological reserves: examining the dynamics of land cover change.

Sánchez-Azofeifa , G.A., G.C. Daily, A.P. Pfaff and C. Busch. 2003. Integrity and isolation of Costa Rica's national parks and biological reserves: examining the dynamics of land cover change. Biological Conservation 109: 123-135. Keywords: 2a, 6a, 10

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

Linking freshwater flows and ecosystem services appropriated by people: the case of the Baltic Sea drainage basin

Jansson, A., C. Folke, J. Rockstrom, and L. Gordon. 1999. Linking freshwater flows and ecosystem services appropriated by people: the case of the Baltic Sea drainage basin. Ecosystems 2:351-366. Keywords: 5d, 6a

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,

Management and valuation of an environmentally sensitive area: the Norfolk Broadlands case study

Turner, R.K. and J. Brooke. 1988. Management and valuation of an environmentally sensitive area: the Norfolk Broadlands case study. Environmental Management 12: 193-207. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 10

Marginal price of lake recreation and aesthetics: a hedonic approach.

Lansford, N.H. and L.L. Jones. 1995. Marginal price of lake recreation and aesthetics: a hedonic approach. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 27(1): 212-223.
Keywords: 4v, 4d, 6a,

Market and nonmarket values of the Georgia landscape.

Turner, M.G., E.P. Odum, R. Costanza and T.M. Springer. 1988. Market and nonmarket values of the Georgia landscape. Environmental Management 12(2): 209-217.
Keywords: 1k, 3c, 6a, 10

Measuring social-ecological dynamics behind the generation of ecosystem services

Andresson, E., S. Barthel and K. Ahrne. 2007. Measuring social-ecological dynamics behind the generation of ecosystem services. Ecological Applications 17: 1267-1278.
Keywords: 5j, 6a

Measuring the economic value of water quality: the case of lakeshore land.

Steinnes, D.N. 1992. Measuring the economic value of water quality: the case of lakeshore land. Annals of Regional Science 26: 171-176. Keywords: 4b, 6a, 10

Measuring the effects of mixed land uses on housing values.

Song, Y. and G.Y. Knapp. 2004. Measuring the effects of mixed land uses on housing values. Regional Science and Urban Economics 34: 663-680. Keywords: 7c, 6a, 10

Modeling economy-ecology linkages in mangroves: Economic evidence for promoting conservation in Bintuni Bay, Indonesia

Ruitenbeek, H.J. 1994. Modeling economy-ecology linkages in mangroves: Economic evidence for promoting conservation in Bintuni Bay, Indonesia. Ecological Economics 10: 233-247. Keywords: 5g, 6a, 10

Navigating the shoals: costs and benefits of ecosystem management of the Platte River

Polasky, S. 2008. Navigating the shoals: costs and benefits of ecosystem management of the Platte River. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 10

Okoboji experiment: Comparing non-market valuation techniques in an unusually well-defined market for water quality

D'Arge, R.C. and J. Shogren. 1989. Okoboji experiment: Comparing non-market valuation techniques in an unusually well-defined market for water quality. Ecological Economics 1: 251-259. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 6a, 7g

Opportunity costs of preserving coastal wetlands: A case study of a recreational housing development

Batie, S.S., and C.C. Mabbs-Zeno. 1985. Opportunity costs of preserving coastal wetlands: A case study of a recreational housing development. Land Economics 60(1):1-9. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 8e

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

Out of sight, out of mind: Using GIS to incorporate topography in hedonic property value models.

Paterson, R.W. and K.J. Boyle. 2002. Out of sight, out of mind: Using GIS to incorporate topography in hedonic property value models. Land Economics 78(3): 417-425.
Keywords: 6a, 7c

Pacific salmon restoration: Trade-offs between economic efficiency and political acceptance

Wu, J., K. Skelton-Groth, W.G. Boggess and R.M. Adams. 2003. Pacific salmon restoration: Trade-offs between economic efficiency and political acceptance. Contemporary Economic Policy 21(1): 78-89. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 8c, 10

Paying for environmental services from agricultural lands: an example from the northern Everglades

Bohlen, P.J., S. Lynch, L. Shabman, M. Clark, S. Shukla and H. Swain. 2009. Paying for environmental services from agricultural lands: an example from the northern Everglades. Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment 7(1): 46-55. Keywords: 6a, 8a

Plain tales from the grasslands: Extraction, value and utilization of biomass in Royal Bardia National Park, Nepal.

Brown, K.1997. Plain tales from the grasslands: Extraction, value and utilization of biomass in Royal Bardia National Park, Nepal. Biodiversity and Conservation 6(1): 59-74. Keywords:5b, 6a, 10

Pricing ecological services: willingness to pay for drought control services in Indonesia.

Pattanayak, S.K. and R. Kramer. 2001. Pricing ecological services: willingness to pay for drought control services in Indonesia. Water Resources Research 37(3): 771-778.
Keywords: 4d, 6a, 7g, 10

Private vs. public economics of prairie wetland allocation.

Danielson, L.E. and J.A. Leitch. 1986. Private vs. public economics of prairie wetland allocation. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 13(1): 81-92.
Keywords: 5c, 6a

Quantification of the impact of land-use changes on ecosystem services: a case study in Pingbian County, China.

Li, R-Q., M. Dong, J-Y. Cui, L-L. Zhang, Q-G. Cui, and W-M. He. 2007. Quantification of the impact of land-use changes on ecosystem services: a case study in Pingbian County, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 128: 503-510. Keywords: 2a, 6a, 10

Rivers of plans for the river of grass: the political economy of Everglades restoration.

Polasky, S. 2008. Rivers of plans for the river of grass: the political economy of Everglades restoration. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press. Keywords: 5d, 6a

Selling two environmental services: in-kind payments for bird habitat and watershed protection in Los Negros, Bolivia

Asquith, N.M., M.T. Vargas and S. Wunder. 2008. Selling two environmental services: in-kind payments for bird habitat and watershed protection in Los Negros, Bolivia. Ecological Economics 65(4): 675-84. Keywords: 4x, 6a, 8a, 10

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

Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services.

Hein, L., K. van Koppen, R.S. de Groot and E.C. van Ierland. 2006. Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 57: 209-228. Keywords: 3c, 5c, 6a, 7g

Sustainability and forest transitions in the southern Yucatan: The land architecture approach

Turner, B.L., II. 2010. Sustainability and forest transitions in the southern Yucatan: The land architecture approach. Land Use Policy 27(2): 170-179. Keywords: 2a, 6a, 10

Sustainable ecotourism in Costa Rica: the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve

Aylward, B., K. Allen, J. Echeverria and J. Tosi. 1996. Sustainable ecotourism in Costa Rica: the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve. Biodiversity and Conservation 5(3): 315-344. Keywords: 4s, 6a, 10

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 New Economy of Nature: The Quest to Make Conservation Profitable.

Daily G.C. and K. Ellison. 1999. The New Economy of Nature: The Quest to Make Conservation Profitable. Cheltenham and Northampton: Edward Elgar.
Keywords: 1b, 6a

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 benefits and costs of riparian analysis habitat preservation: a willingness to accept/willingness to pay contingent valuation approach

Amigues, J.P., C. Boulatoff, B. Desaigues, C. Gauthier and J.E. Keith. 2002. The benefits and costs of riparian analysis habitat preservation: a willingness to accept/willingness to pay contingent valuation approach. Ecological Economics 43(1): 17-31. Keywords: 4x, 6a, 7g

The bioeconomic effects of timber harvesting on recreational and commercial salmon and steelhead fishing: A case study of the Siuslaw National Forest.

Loomis, J.B. 1988. The bioeconomic effects of timber harvesting on recreational and commercial salmon and steelhead fishing: A case study of the Siuslaw National Forest. Marine Resource Economics 5(1): 43-60. Keywords: 4p, 4q, 6a

The contribution of trees to residential property value.

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The demand for site-specific recreational activities: A characteristics approach.

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The design of ecological landscape models for Everglades restoration.

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The economic losses of a waterborne disease outbreak.

Harrington, W., A.J. Krupnick and W.O. Spofford, Jr. 1989. The economic losses of a waterborne disease outbreak. Journal of Urban Economics 25(1): 116-137.
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The economic value of water resources: the Lake

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The effect of water quality on rural nonfarm residential property values

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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 valuation of aesthetic preferences.

Brookshire, D.S., B.C. Ives and W.D. Schulze. 1976. The valuation of aesthetic preferences. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 3: 325-346.
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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

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

Untying a Lancastrian bundle: valuing ecosystems and ecosystem services for wetland mitigation

Hoehn, J.P., F. Lupi, M.D. Kaplowitz. 2003. Untying a Lancastrian bundle: valuing ecosystems and ecosystem services for wetland mitigation. Journal of Environmental Management 68(3): 263-272. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7g

Using natural coastal wetlands systems for wastewater treatment and economic benefit analysis.

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Valuation and management of wetlands ecosystems.

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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

Valuation of tropical forests: implications of uncertainty and irreversibility

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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
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Valuing environmental groundwater changes

Abdalla, C.A., B.A. Roach and D.J. Epp. 1992. Valuing environmental groundwater changes using averting expenditures: An application to groundwater contamination. Land Economics 68: 163-169.

Valuing insect pollination services with cost of replacement

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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
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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 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.
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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

Watershed Management for Potable Water Supply: Assessing the New York City Strategy

National Research Council (NRC). 2000. Watershed Management for Potable Water Supply: Assessing the New York City Strategy. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Keywords: 5d, 6a

Watershed protection for New York City's supply

Ashendorff, A., M.A. Principe, A. Seely, J. LaDuca, L. Beckhardt, W. Faber and J. Mantus. 1997. Watershed protection for New York City's supply. Journal of American Water Works Association 89(3): 75-88. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 6a, 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

Willingness to pay to protect wetland and reduce wildlife contamination from agricultural drainage

Loomis, J.B., W.M. Hanemann, B. Kanninen and T. Wegge. 1991. Willingness to pay to protect wetland and reduce wildlife contamination from agricultural drainage. In The Economics and Management of Water and Drainage in Agriculture, A. Dinar and D. Zilberman (eds.). Boston: Kluwer Academic.
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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

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