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A Database of Sportfishing Values

Boyle, K.J., R. Bishop, J. Caudill, J. Charbonneau, D. Larson, M.A. Markowski, R.E. Unsworth and R.W. Paterson. 1998. A Database of Sportfishing Values. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service Economics Division.
Keywords: 1a, 1d, 4q

A systems perspective on the interrelations between natural, human-made and cultural capital

Berkes, F and C. Folke 1992. A systems perspective on the interrelations between natural, human-made and cultural capital. Ecological Economics 5: 1-8. Keywords:1d

A typology for the classification, description and valuation of ecosystem functions, goods and services.

de Groot, R.S., M.A. Wilson and R.M.J. Boumans. 2002. A typology for the classification, description and valuation of ecosystem functions, goods and services. Ecological Economics 41 (3): 393-408. Keywords:1d, 1k, 3b

An ecological perspective on the valuation of ecosystem services

Chee, Y.E. 2004. An ecological perspective on the valuation of ecosystem services. Biological Conservation 120(4): 549-565. Keywords: 1a, 1d

Beyond reserves: a research agenda for conserving biodiversity in human-modified tropical landscapes

Chazdon, R.L., C.A. Harvey. O.Komar, D.M. Griffith and B.C. Ferguson. 2009. Beyond reserves: a research agenda for conserving biodiversity in human-modified tropical landscapes. Biotropica 41(2): 142-53. Keywords: 1d, 4x

Classification of ecosystem services: problems and solutions.

Wallace, K. 2007. Classification of ecosystem services: problems and solutions. Biological Conservation 139: 235-246. Keywords: 1d

Defining goals and criteria for ecosystem based management

Slocombe, D.S. 1998. Defining goals and criteria for ecosystem based management. Environmental Management 22: 483-493. Keywords: 1d, 1k

Defining, valuing and providing ecosystem goods and services

Brown, T.C., J.C. Bergstrom and J. Loomis. 2007. Defining, valuing and providing ecosystem goods and services. Natural Resources Journal 47: 329-76. Keywords: 1d

Developing a scientific basis for managing Earth's life-support systems

Daily, GC. 1999. Developing a scientific basis for managing Earth's life-support systems. Conservation Ecology 3(2): 14. Keywords:1d

Economic Valuation of Wetlands: A Guide for Policy Makers and Planners. Ramsar Convention Bureau: Gland Switzerland

Barbier, E.B., M. Acreman and D. Knowler. 1997. Economic Valuation of Wetlands: A Guide for Policy Makers and Planners. Ramsar Convention Bureau: Gland Switzerland.
Keywords: 1d, 5c, 8c, 10

Ecosystem services: Benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems.

Daily, GC. 1997. Ecosystem services: Benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems. Washington, DC: Ecological Society of America. Keywords: 1d

Ecosystem services: benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems

Daily, G.C., S. Alexander, P.R. Ehrlich, L. Goulder, J. Lubchenco, P.A. Matson, H.A. Mooney, S. Postel, S.H. Schneider, D. Tilman and G.M. Woodwell. 1997. Ecosystem services: benefits supplied to human societies by natural ecosystems. Issues in Ecology No. 2. Ecological Society of America. Keywords: 1d

Ecosystem services: classification for valuation.

Fisher, B. and R.K. Turner. 2008. Ecosystem services: classification for valuation. Biological Conservation 141(5): 1167-1169. Keywords:1d

Ecosystem services: multiple classification systems are needed.

Costanza, R. 2008. Ecosystem services: multiple classification systems are needed. Biological Conservation 141(2): 350-352. Keywords: 1d

Ecosystem services: multiple classifications or confusion

Wallace, K. 2008. Ecosystem services: multiple classifications or confusion. Biological Conservation 141(2): 353-354. Keywords: 1d

Environmental economics: a survey

Cropper, M.L. and W.E. Oates. 1992. Environmental economics: a survey. Journal of Economic Literature 30(2): 675-740. Keywords:1a, 1d

Estimating Economic Values for Nature: Methods for NonMarket Valuation.

Smith, V.K. 1996 Estimating Economic Values for Nature: Methods for NonMarket Valuation. Northampton: Edward Elgar. Keywords: 1a, 1d, 7a

Functional-analysis and valuation as a tool to assess land use conflicts in planning for sustainable, multi-functional landscapes

de Groot, R. 2006. Functional-analysis and valuation as a tool to assess land use conflicts in planning for sustainable, multi-functional landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning 75(3-4): 175-186. Keywords: 1d, 3c

Integrative modeling approaches for analysis of impact of multifunctional agriculture: a review for France, Germany and The Netherlands

Rossing, W.A.H., P. Zander, E. Josien, J.C.J. Groot, B.C. Meyer and A. Knierim. 2007. Integrative modeling approaches for analysis of impact of multifunctional agriculture: a review for France, Germany and The Netherlands. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 120: 41-57. Keywords:1a, 1d, 3c

Management objectives for the protection of ecosystem services

Daily, G.C. 2000. Management objectives for the protection of ecosystem services. Environmental Science and Policy 3(6): 333-339. Keywords: 1d

Metropolitan land-change science: A framework for research on tropical and subtropical forest recovery in city-regions

Baptista, S.R. 2010. Metropolitan land-change science: A framework for research on tropical and subtropical forest recovery in city-regions. Land Use Policy 27(2): 139-147.
Keywords: 1d, 5j

Nonmarket valuation of environmental resources: An interpretive appraisal.

Smith, V.K. 1993. Nonmarket valuation of environmental resources: An interpretive appraisal. Land Economics 69(1): 1-26. Keywords: 1a, 1d, 7a

Pricing what is priceless: A status report on non-market valuation of environmental resources

Smith, V.K. 1997. Pricing what is priceless: A status report on non-market valuation of environmental resources. In The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 1997/1998, H. Folmer and T. Tietenberg (eds.), pp. 156-204. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Keywords: 1a, 1d, 7a

Quantifying the evidence for biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning and services

Balvanera, P., A.B. Pfisterer, N. Buchmann, J.S. He, T. Nakashizuka, D. Raffaelli and B. Schmid. 2006. Quantifying the evidence for biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning and services. Ecology Letters 9: 1146-1156. Keywords: 1d, 3a

RUPES typology of environmental service worthy of reward

Van Noordwijk, M. 2005. RUPES typology of environmental service worthy of reward. Bogor, Indonesia: World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). Keywords: 1d

The Corporate Ecosystem Services Review (Version 1.

Hanson, C, J Ranganathan, C Iceland, and J Finisdore. 2008. The Corporate Ecosystem Services Review (Version 1.0). World Resources Institute. Keywords: 1d

The ecosystem services framework and natural capital conservation.

Turner, R.K and G.C. Daily. 2008. The ecosystem services framework and natural capital conservation. Environmental Resource Economics 39: 25-35. Keywords: 1d, 5c

Valuation of genetic resources. In The Preservation and Valuation of Biological Resources

Brown, G.M. Jr. 1990. Valuation of genetic resources. In The Preservation and Valuation of Biological Resources, G.H. Orians, G.M. Brown Jr., W.E. Kunin and J.E. Swierzbinski (eds.). Seattle: University of Washington Press. Keywords: 1a, 1d

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: Tropical wetlands

Barbier, E. B. 1994. Valuing environmental functions: Tropical wetlands. Land Economics 70(2):155-173. Keywords: 1d, 5c

Valuing environmental goods and services derived from forests.

Stenger, A., P. Harou and S. Navrud. 2009. Valuing environmental goods and services derived from forests. Journal of Forest Economics 15(1-2): 1-14. Keywords: 1a, 1d

Valuing the environment as input: review of applications to mangrove-fishery linkages.

Barbier, E.B. 2000. Valuing the environment as input: review of applications to mangrove-fishery linkages. Ecological Economics 35(1):47-61. Keywords: 1a, 1d, 4p, 5g

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