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By: J Dixon and P Sherman
238 pages, Tabs, maps
The true economic value of protected areas is often difficult to measure, and short term economic gains can appear more attractive than the long-term benefits of conservation. This book provides a methodology for assigning monetary values to nature, and gives examples of case studies in Thailand and other developing nations in Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa.
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