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Hydrology in the Guiana Shield and Possibilities for Payment Schemes

Out of Print
By: J Rosales
27 pages, map, colour photos
Hydrology in the Guiana Shield and Possibilities for Payment Schemes
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  • Hydrology in the Guiana Shield and Possibilities for Payment Schemes Spiralbound Dec 2003 Out of Print #160186
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With an estimated 10-15% of the world's fresh water reserves, low levels of pollution and harbouring unique aquatic biodiversity, the Guiana Shield is of global significance also from a hydrological perspective. This report describes both the main features of the hydrology of the Guiana Shield and suggests some possibilities for designing a payment mechanism which would provide incentives to those maintaining the essential hydro-services for humans and nature within and beyond the region.

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Out of Print
By: J Rosales
27 pages, map, colour photos
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