Recently in b. Regional Category

A bioeconomic analysis of bushmeat hunting.

Damania R., E.J. Milner-Gulland and D.J. Crookes. 2005. A bioeconomic analysis of bushmeat hunting. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B-Biological Sciences 272: 259-266. Keywords:4m, 4t, 6b, 10

A conjoint analysis of waterfowl hunting in Louisiana

Gan, C., and E.J. Luzar. 1993. A conjoint analysis of waterfowl hunting in Louisiana. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 25: 36-45. Keywords: 4t, 6b, 10

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

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

Agricultural intensification, deforestation, and the environment: assessing tradeoffs in Sumatra, Indonesia

Tomich, T. P., M. van Noordwijk, S. Budidarsono, A.N. Gillison, T. Kusumanto, D.
Murdiyarso, F. Stolle and A.M. Fagi. 2001. Agricultural intensification, deforestation, and the environment: assessing tradeoffs in Sumatra, Indonesia. In Tradeoffs or Synergies? Agricultural Intensification, Economic Development and the Environment, D.R. Lee and C. B. Barrett (eds.), pp. 221-244. Wallingford, UK: CAB International.
Keywords: 2a, 6b, 10

An approach for managing vertebrate diversity across multiple-use landscapes

Hansen, A.J., S.L. Garman, B. Marks and D.L.Urban. 1993. An approach for managing vertebrate diversity across multiple-use landscapes. Ecological Applications 3: 481-496.
Keywords: 2d, 4x, 6b

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

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

An incentive based tool for ecologically and economically efficient provision of agrobiodiversity

Bertke, E. and R. Marggraf. 2005. An incentive based tool for ecologically and economically efficient provision of agrobiodiversity. Bogor, CIFOR. Keywords: 6b, 8a

Approaches to valuing the hidden hydrological services

Acharya G. 2000. Approaches to valuing the hidden hydrological services of wetland ecosystems. Ecological Economics 35: 63-74. Keywords: 3a, 4c, 5c, 6b

Benefit transfer studies: myths, pragmatism, and idealism

Boyle, K.J. and J.C. Bergstrom. 1992. Benefit transfer studies: myths, pragmatism, and idealism. Water Resources Research 28(3): 657-663. Keywords:5d, 6b, 7g

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

Carbon dynamics and land-use choices: building a regional scale multidisciplinary model

Kerr, S., S. Liu, A. Pfaff and R.F. Hughes. 2003. Carbon dynamics and land-use choices: building a regional scale multidisciplinary model. Journal of Environmental Management 69: 25-37. Keywords: 2a, 4i, 6b

Changes in ecosystem service values on the Loess Plateau in Northern Shaanxi Province, China

Li, J. and Z.Ren. 2008. Changes in ecosystem service values on the Loess Plateau in Northern Shaanxi Province, China. Agricultural Sciences in China 7(5): 606-614.
Keywords: 6b, 10

Changes of land use and of ecosystem service values in Sanjiang Plain, northeast China

Wang, A.M., B. Zhang, S.Q. Zhang, X.Y. Li, D.W. Liu, K.S. Song, J.P. Li, F. Li and H.T. Duan. 2006. Changes of land use and of ecosystem service values in Sanjiang Plain, northeast China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 112: 69-91. Keywords: 2a, 6b, 10

Comparing apples and oranges? Costs and benefits of restoration on the Upper Mississippi River System.

Polasky, S. 2008. Comparing apples and oranges? Costs and benefits of restoration on the Upper Mississippi River System. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press.
Keywords: 5d, 6b, 10

Conservation easements in context: a quantitative analysis of their use by The Nature Conservancy

Kiesecker, J. M., T. Comendant, T. Grandmason, E. Gray, C. Hall, R. Hilsenbeck, P. Kareiva, L. Lozier, P. Naehu, A. Rissman, M. R. Shaw and M. Zankel. 2007. Conservation easements in context: a quantitative analysis of their use by The Nature Conservancy. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5(3): 125-130.
Keywords: 4x, 6b

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

Conservation planning for ecosystem services

Chan, K.M.A., M.R. Shaw, D.R. Cameron, E.C. Underwood and G.C. Daily. 2006. Conservation planning for ecosystem services. PLoS Biol 4:e379. Keywords: 3c, 6b, 10

Conserving biological diversity with scarce resources

Polasky, S. and A. Solow. 1999. Conserving biological diversity with scarce resources. Pages 154-174 in Landscape Ecological Analysis: Issues and Applications, J. Klopatek and R. Gardner (eds.). New York: Springer-Verlag. Keywords: 4x, 6b

Contingent valuation, net marginal benefits, and the scale of riparian ecosystem restoration

Holmes, T.P., J.C. Bergstrom, E. Huszar, S.B. Kask and F. Orr. 2004. Contingent valuation, net marginal benefits, and the scale of riparian ecosystem restoration. Ecological Economics 49: 19-30. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7g

Cost-effectiveness analysis for complex managed hydrosystems: An application to the Columbia River Basin

Paulsen, C.M. and K. Wernstedt. 1995. Cost-effectiveness analysis for complex managed hydrosystems: An application to the Columbia River Basin. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 28: 388-400. Keywords: 6b, 8e

Countryside biogeography of Neotropical mammals: conservation opportunities in agricultural landscapes of Costa Rica

Daily, G.C., G. Ceballos, J. Pacheco, G. Suzán and A. Sánchez-Azofeifa. 2003. Countryside biogeography of Neotropical mammals: conservation opportunities in agricultural landscapes of Costa Rica. Conservation Biology 17: 1814-1826.
Keywords: 4x, 6b, 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

Developing a bioeconomic model for riverine management:

Adams, R.M., R.P. Berrens, A. Cerda, H.W. Li and P.C. Klingeman. 1993. Developing a bioeconomic model for riverine management: Case of the John Day River. Oregon. Rivers 4: 213-226. Keywords: 4p, 6b, 8c

Does the measurement of environmental quality affect implicit prices estimated from hedonic models?

Michael, H.J., K.J. Boyle and R. Bouchard. 2000. Does the measurement of environmental quality affect implicit prices estimated from hedonic models? Land Economics 76(2): 283-298. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7c

Ecological economic modeling and valuation of ecosystems

Bockstael, N., R. Costanza, I. Strand, W. Boynton, K. Bell and L. Wainger. 1995. Ecological economic modeling and valuation of ecosystems. Ecological Economics 14: 143-159. Keywords: 2a, 3b, 6b

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 and ecological analysis of watershed protection in Eastern Madagascar

Kramer, R., D. Richter, S.K. Pattanayak and N. Sharma. 1997. Economic and ecological analysis of watershed protection in Eastern Madagascar. Journal of Environmental Management 49: 277-295. Keywords: 4d, 5d, 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 restoring natural capital in southern African rangelands

Milton, S. J., W. R. J. Dean, and D. M. Richardson. 2003. Economic incentives for restoring natural capital in southern African rangelands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 247-254. Keywords: 6b, 10

Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies

Turpie, J. K., B. J. Heydenrych, and S. J. Lamberth. 2003. Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies. Biological Conservation 112: 233-251.
Keywords: 1j, 4x, 6b, 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

Economy and ecology of emerging markets and credits for bio-sequestered carbon on private land in tropical Australia

Hunt, C. 2008. Economy and ecology of emerging markets and credits for bio-sequestered carbon on private land in tropical Australia. Ecological Economics 66: 309-318. Keywords: 4i, 4x, 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

Effects of cultivation and proximity to natural habitat on ground-nesting native bees in California sunflower fields

Kim, J., N. M. Williams and C. Kremen. 2006. Effects of cultivation and proximity to natural habitat on ground-nesting native bees in California sunflower fields. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 79(4): 309-320. Keywords: 4j, 4x, 6b

Effects of land ownership and landscape-level factors on rare-species richness in natural areas of southern Ontario, Canada

Lovett-Doust, J., Biernacki M, Page R, Chan M, Natgunarajah R, Timis G. 2003. Effects of land ownership and landscape-level factors on rare-species richness in natural areas of southern Ontario, Canada. Landscape Ecology 18(6): 621-33.
Keywords:4x, 6b, 10

Environmental challenges to the mangrove wetlands of North Malabar (Kerala), India: Their sustainable development and influence on local people.

Khaleel, KM and C.A. Jaleel. 2009. Environmental challenges to the mangrove wetlands of North Malabar (Kerala), India: Their sustainable development and influence on local people. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 392: 03 2009.
Keywords: 5c, 5g, 6b, 10

Estimating the costs of conserving a biodiversity hotspot: a case-study of the Cape Floristic Region

Frazee S.R., R.M. Cowling, R.L. Pressey, J.K. Turpie and N. Lindenberg. 2003. Estimating the costs of conserving a biodiversity hotspot: a case-study of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biological Conservation 112: 275-290. Keywords: 4x, 6b, 10

Estimating the economic impact of climate change on the freshwater sport fisheries of the northeastern U.S

Pendleton, L.H. and R. Mendlesohn. 1998. Estimating the economic impact of climate change on the freshwater sport fisheries of the northeastern U.S. Land Economics 74(4): 483-496. Keywords: 2b, 4q, 6b, 10

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

Evaluating the performance of benefit transfer: An empirical inquiry

Kirchhoff, S., B.G. Colby, and J.T. LaFrance. 1997. Evaluating the performance of benefit transfer: An empirical inquiry. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 33 (1): 75-93. Keywords: 6b, 7g, 10

Exploring the hedonic value of ambient water quality: a local watershed-based study.

Poor, P.J., K.L. Pessagnob and R.W. Paul. 2007. Exploring the hedonic value of ambient water quality: a local watershed-based study. Ecological Economics 60(4): 797-807.
Keywords: 4b, 7c, 6b

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

From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures

Nassauer, J.I., M.V. Santelmann and D. Scavia (eds.). 2008. From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Washington, DC: Resources for Future. Keywords: 4o, 6b

Global valuation of ecosystem services: application to the Pantanal de Nhecolandia, Brazil.

Seild, A.F. and A.S. Moraes. 2000. Global valuation of ecosystem services: application to the Pantanal de Nhecolandia, Brazil. Ecological Economics 33(1): 1-6. Keywords:3c, 6b, 10

Handling unobserved site characteristics in random utility models of recreation demand

Murdock, J. 2006. Handling unobserved site characteristics in random utility models of recreation demand. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51(1): 1-25.
Keywords: 4q, 6b, 7d

Harvesting of non-timber forest products and implications for conservation in two montane forests of East Africa

Ndangalasi H.J., R. Bitariho and D.B.K. Dovie. 2007. Harvesting of non-timber forest products and implications for conservation in two montane forests of East Africa. Biological Conservation 134: 242-250. Keywords: 4m, 6b, 10

Hunting and the likelihood of extinction of Amazonian Mammals

Bodmer R.E., J.F. Eisenberg, and K.H. Redford. 1997. Hunting and the likelihood of extinction of Amazonian Mammals. Conservation Biology 11: 460-466.
Keywords: 4t, 6b

In the wake of Tsunami: lessons learned from the household decision to replant mangroves in Thailand

Barbier, E.B. 2008. In the wake of Tsunami: lessons learned from the household decision to replant mangroves in Thailand. Resource and Energy Economics 30: 229-249.
Keywords: 5g, 6b, 9c, 10

Incorporating systems dynamics and spatial heterogeneity in integrated assessment of agricultural production systems

Antle, J.M. and J.J. Stoorvogel. 2006. Incorporating systems dynamics and spatial heterogeneity in integrated assessment of agricultural production systems. Environment and Development Economics 11: 39-58. Keywords:4o, 6b

Increasing corn for biofuel production reduces biocontrol services in agricultural landscapes

Landis, D.A., M.M. Gardiner, W. van der Werf and S.M. Swinton. 2008. Increasing corn for biofuel production reduces biocontrol services in agricultural landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 20552-20557.
Keywords: 4o, 6b

Increasing streamflow to sustain salmon and other native fish in the Pacific Northwest.

Jaeger, W.K., and R. Mikesell. 2002. Increasing streamflow to sustain salmon and other native fish in the Pacific Northwest. Contemporary Economic Policy 20: 366-380.
Keywords: 4p, 5d, 6b

Integrating agricultural landscapes with biodiversity conservation in the Mesoamerican hotspot

Harvey CA, Komar O, Chazdon RL, Ferguson BC, Finegan B, Griffith DM, Inez-Ramos MM, Morales H, Nigh R, Soto-Pinto L, et al. 2008. Integrating agricultural landscapes with biodiversity conservation in the Mesoamerican hotspot. Conservation Biology 22(1): 8-15. Keywords: 4x, 6b

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

Invasive alien trees and water resources in South Africa: case studies of the costs and benefits of management.

Le Maitre, D.C., B.W. Van Wilgen, C.M. Gelderblom, C. Bailey, R.A. Chapman and J.A. Nel. 2002. Invasive alien trees and water resources in South Africa: case studies of the costs and benefits of management. Forest Ecology and Management 160: 143-159.
Keywords: 4a, 6b, 10

Lakeshore property values: a guide to public investment in recreation

David, E.L. 1968. Lakeshore property values: a guide to public investment in recreation. Water Resources Research 4(4): 697-707. Keywords: 6b, 7a

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

Latent preferences and valuation of wetland ecosystem restoration

Milon, J.W. and D. Scrogin. 2006. Latent preferences and valuation of wetland ecosystem restoration. Ecological Economics 56: 162-175. Keywords: 5c, 6b, 7g

Measuring the total economic value of restoring ecosystem services in an impaired river basin: results from a contingent valuation survey

Loomis, J., P. Kent, L. Strange, K. Fausch and A. Covich. 2000. Measuring the total economic value of restoring ecosystem services in an impaired river basin: results from a contingent valuation survey. Ecological Economics 33(1): 103-117. Keywords: 6b, 7g

Modeling the value of biodiversity using a production function approach: the case of the Anolis lizard in the Lesser and Greater Antilles.

Narain, U. and A. Fisher. 1995. Modeling the value of biodiversity using a production function approach: the case of the Anolis lizard in the Lesser and Greater Antilles. Biodiversity and Conservation 4: 115-125. Keywords: 3a, 6b

Models for Planning and Research for the South Florida Environmental Study. Center for Aquatic Sciences, University of

Lugo, A.E., S.C. Snedaker, S. Bayley and H.T. Odum. 1971. Models for Planning and Research for the South Florida Environmental Study. Center for Aquatic Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Keywords: 1c, 6b, 10

Murky waters and murky policies: costs and benefits of restoring Chesapeake Bay

Polasky, S. 2008. Murky waters and murky policies: costs and benefits of restoring Chesapeake Bay. In Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, M. Doyle and C. A. Drew (eds.). Island Press. Keywords: 5g, 6b, 10

Native bees, native plants and crop pollination in California

Kremen, C., R.L. Bugg, N. Nicola, S.A. Smith, R.W. Thorp and N.M. Williams. 2002. Native bees, native plants and crop pollination in California. Fremontia 30: 41-49.
Keywords: 4j, 6b, 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 capital and labor allocation: mangrove-dependent households in Thailand.

Barbier, E.B. 2007. Natural capital and labor allocation: mangrove-dependent households in Thailand. Journal of Environment and Development 16: 398-431. Keywords:5g, 6b, 9c, 10

Nature conservation as an integral part of optimal land use in East Africa: the case of the Masai Ecosystem of northern Tanzania

Prins, H.H.T. 1987. Nature conservation as an integral part of optimal land use in East Africa: the case of the Masai Ecosystem of northern Tanzania. Biological Conservation 40: 141-161. Keywords: 2a, 6b, 10

Objective versus subjective measure of environmental quality in hedonic property-value models.

Poor, J., K.J. Boyle, L.O. Taylor and R. Bouchard. 2001. Objective versus subjective measure of environmental quality in hedonic property-value models. Land Economics 77(4): 482-493. Keywords: 4b, 7c, 6b

Payments for ecosystem services as a framework for community-based conservation in Northern Tanzania

Nelson, F., C. Foley, L.S. Foley, A. Leoposo, E. Loure, D. Peterson, M. Peterson, T. Peterson, H. Sachendina and A. Williams. 2010. Payments for ecosystem services as a framework for community-based conservation in Northern Tanzania. Conservation Biology 24(1): 78-85. Keywords: 6b, 8a, 10

Recreational swimming benefits of New Hampshire Lake water quality policies: An application of a repeated discrete choice model.

Needleman, M. and M.J. Kealy. 1995. Recreational swimming benefits of New Hampshire Lake water quality policies: An application of a repeated discrete choice model. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 24: 78-87. Keywords:4b, 6b

Restoration Scaling Based on Total Value Equivalency: Green Bay Natural Resource Damage Assessment

Bishop, R.C., W.S. Breffle, J.K. Lazo, R.D. Rowe and S.M. Wytinck. 2000. Restoration Scaling Based on Total Value Equivalency: Green Bay Natural Resource Damage Assessment. Boulder, Colo.: Stratus Consulting Inc. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7g, 10

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

Spatial fishery rights and marine zoning: a discussion with reference to management of marine resources in New England

Holland, D. 2004. Spatial fishery rights and marine zoning: a discussion with reference to management of marine resources in New England. Marine Resource Economics 19:
21-40. Keywords: 5h, 6b

Spatial heterogeneity, contract design, and the efficiency of carbon sequestration policies for agriculture

Antle, J.M., S.M. Capalbo, S. Mooney, E.T. Elliott and K.H. Paustian. 2003. Spatial heterogeneity, contract design, and the efficiency of carbon sequestration policies for agriculture. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 46: 231-250.
Keywords: 4i, 6b, 8c

Sustaining biodiversity in ancient tropical countryside

Ranganathan J., R.J.R. Daniels, M.D.S. Chandran, P.R. Ehrlich and G.C. Daily. 2008. Sustaining biodiversity in ancient tropical countryside. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 17852-17854.
Keywords: 4x, 6b, 10

Sustaining ecosystem services in human dominated watersheds: biohydrology and ecosystem processes in the South Platte River Basin.

Strange, E.M., K.D. Fausch and A.P. Covich. 1999. Sustaining ecosystem services in human dominated watersheds: biohydrology and ecosystem processes in the South Platte River Basin. Environmental Management 24(1): 39-54. Keywords: 3c, 5d, 6b, 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 Economic Value of Water Quality.

Bergstrom, J.C., K.J. Boyle, and G.L. Poe (eds.). 2001. The Economic Value of Water Quality. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Keywords: 4c, 6b, 7g

The Net Economic Value of Recreation on the National Forests: Twelve Types of Primary Activity Trips Across Nine Forest Service Regions

McCollum, D.W., G.L. Peterson, J.R. Arnold, D.C. Markstrom and D.M. Hellerstein.
1990. The Net Economic Value of Recreation on the National Forests: Twelve Types of Primary Activity Trips Across Nine Forest Service Regions. Research Paper RM-289, February. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. Keywords: 4u, 6b, 7d

The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model

Ready, R.C. and C.W. Abdalla. 2005. The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87: 314-326. Keywords: 6b, 7c, 10

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 equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan

Lupi, F., M.D. Kaplowitz and J.P. Hoehn. 2002. The economic equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(5): 1355-1361. Keywords: 5c, 6b, 7c, 10

The economic value of saltwater marsh supporting marine recreational fishing the Southeastern United States

Bell, F.W. 1997. The economic value of saltwater marsh supporting marine recreational fishing the Southeastern United States. Ecological Economics 21: 243-54.
Keywords: 4q, 5c, 6b, 10

The effect of coastal land use restrictions on housing prices: A repeat sales analysis.

Parsons, G.R. 1992. The effect of coastal land use restrictions on housing prices: A repeat sales analysis. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 22: 25-37.
Keywords: 5g, 6b, 7c

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 total economic value of Amazonian deforestation

Torras, M. 2000. The total economic value of Amazonian deforestation, 1978-1993. Ecological Economics 33: 283-297. Keywords: 3c, 6b, 10

Toward a value for guided rafting on southern rivers

Bowker, J.M., D.B.K. English and J.A. Donovan. 1996. Toward a value for guided rafting on southern rivers. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 28: 423-432.
Keywords: 4u, 6b, 7d

Toward total economic value of Great Lakes fishery resources

Bishop, R.C., K.J. Boyle and M.P. Welsh. 1987. Toward total economic value of Great Lakes fishery resources. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 116 (3): 339-345.
Keywords: 4q, 5d, 6b, 7g

Tradeoffs, synergies and traps among ecosystem services in the Lake Victoria basin of East Africa

Swallow, B.M., J.K. Sang, M. Nyabenge, D.K. Bundotich, A.K. Duraiappah and T.B. Yatich. 2009. Tradeoffs, synergies and traps among ecosystem services in the Lake Victoria basin of East Africa. Environmental Science and Policy 12: 504-519. Keywords: 2a, 5d, 6b

Trading water for carbon with biological sequestration

Jackson, R.B., E.G. Jobbagy, R. Avissar, S.B. Roy, D.J. Barrett, C.W. Cook, K.A. Farley, D.C. le Maitre, B.A. McCarl and B.C. Murray. 2005. Trading water for carbon with biological sequestration. Science 310: 1944-1947. Keywords: 4i, 6b

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

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

Using domestic water analysis to value groundwater recharge

Acharya, G. and E.B. Barbier. 2002. Using domestic water analysis to value groundwater recharge in the Hadejia-Jama'are floodplain in Northern Nigeria. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(2): 415-426. Keywords: 4c, 5c, 6b, 7g

Valuing ecosystem services as productive inputs.

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