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Economics – Ecosystem Services

A Field Guide to Conservation Finance. 2007. Clark, S. Island Press.  Link.

An exploration of tools and methodologies for valuation of biodiversity and biodiversity resources and functions. 2007. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Tech Series no. 28. Link.

A financial analysis of establishing poplar plantations for carbon offsets using Alberta and BC’s afforestation protocols. 2015. Anderson, J. et al. CJFR 45(2): 217-225. Link.

A lack of response of the financial behaviors of biodiversity conservation non-profits to changing economic conditions. 2014. Larson, E. et al. Ecol and Evolution 4(23): 4429-4443. Link.

A protocol for eliciting nonmaterial values through a cultural ecosystem services frame. 2015. Gould, R. et al. Conserv Biol 29(2): 575–586. Link.

A Survey-Based Assessment of Cattle Producers’ Adaptation to Climate Change in BC, Canada. 2015. Cox, M. et al. Rangeland Ecol and Mgmt 68(2): 119-130. Link.

Carbon Markets: Past, Present, and Future. 2014. Newell, R. et al. Annual Review of Resource Econ 6: 191-215. Link.

Comparing instrumental and deliberative paradigms underpinning the assessment of social values for cultural ecosystem services. 2014. Raymond, C. et al. Ecol Econ 107: 145-156. Link. 

Contextualising site factors for feasibility analysis. 2014. Currie, R. et al. J of Environ Planning and Mgmt 57(10): 1484-1496. Link.

Cost-effective global conservation spending is robust to taxonomic group. 2008. Bode, M. et al. PNAS Early Edition. Link

Cost to produce Carbon credits by reducing the harvest level in BC, Canada. 2015. Man, C. et al. Forest Policy and Econ 52:9-17. Link.

Cultivation of Mediterranean species of Tuber (Tuberaceae) in BC, Canada. 2014. Berch, S. and G. Bonito. Mycorrhiza 24(6): 473-479. Link.

Developing Markets for Forest Environmental Services: An Opportunity for Promoting Equity While Securing Efficiency? 2002. Landell-Mills, N. Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 360(1797): 1817-1825. Link.

Economic Impacts of Non-residential Wildlife Watching in the US. 2015. Sun, C. et al. Forest Sci 61(1): 46-54. Link.

Economics of wildlife tourism. 2004. Tisdell, C. and C. Wilson. IN: Wildlife tourism: Impacts, mgmt and planning: Chapter 8: 145-163. Link.

Forest genomics research and development in Canada: Priorities for developing an economic framework. 2015. Porth, I. et al. Forestry Chronicle 91(1): 60-70. Link.

Greater Than Zero: Toward the Total Economic Value of Alaska’s National Forest Wildlands: Summary. 2007. Phillips, S. and R. Silverman. The Wilderness Society. Link.

Information, wildlife valuation, conservation: Experiments and policy. 2006. Tisdell, C. and C. Wilson. Contemporary Economic Policy 24: 144-159. Link.

Natural Dividends: Wildland Protection and the Changing Economy of the [US] Rocky Mountain West. 2007. Haefele, M., et al. The Wilderness Society. Link.

New linkages for protected areas: Making them worth conserving and restoring. 2006. Figueroa, E. and J. Aronson. J for Nature Conserv 14(3-4): 225-232.  Link.

Payment for Environmental Services: Hypotheses and Evidence. 2013. Alston, L. et al. Annual Review of Resource Econ 5: 139-159. Link.

Perception, acquisition and use of ecosystem services: Human behavior, and ecosystem management and policy implications. 2014. Asah, S. et al. Ecosystem Services 10: 180-186. Link.

Pricing Nature. 2011. Barbier, E. Annual Review of Resource Econ 3: 337-353. Link.

Quantifying and monetizing potential climate change policy impacts on terrestrial ecosystem carbon storage and wildfires in the US. 2014. Mills, D. et al. Climatic Chg: Open Access. Link.

The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity: An interim report. 2008. Sukhdev, P. et al. European Communities. Link.

The Economics of Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement. 2014. Shimshack, J. Annual Review of Resource Econ 6: 339-360.  QUOTE: Without monitoring and enforcement, environmental laws are largely nonbinding guidance. Link.

The economic value of ecological stability. 2003. Armsworth, P. and J. Roughgarden. PNAS 100: 7147-7151. Link.

The Global Economic Contribution of Protected Natural Lands and Wilderness through Tourism. 2007. Cordell, K. and J. Bowker. The Wild Planet Project: 28-30. Link. Scroll down to page 28

The Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services. 2007. Ruhl, J. et al. Island Press. Link.

The Natural Capital Approach: A Concept Paper. 2008. Voora, V. and H. Venema. Internat Instit for Sustainable Development and Environment Canada. Link.

The Value of Forest Ecosystems. 2001. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Tech Series no. 4. Link.

Weaving knowledge: How traditional and scientific knowledge can contribute to management of good beargrass harvesting sites for basketry. 2014. US-FS, PNW Research Stn, Brochure. Link. 

What matters and why? Ecosystem services and their bundled qualities. 2014. Klain, S. et al. Ecol Econ 107: 310-320. Link.

Valuing wetlands: Guidance for valuing the benefits derived from wetland ecosystem services. 2006. de Groot, R. et al.  Ramsar Technical Report No. 3 and Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity Tech Series No. 27. Link.





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