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Managing a Sea The Ecological Economics of the Baltic

By: Ing-Marie Gren, Kerry R Turner and Fredrik Wulff
138 pages, Figs, tabs, map
Publisher: Earthscan
Managing a Sea
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Presents a comprehensive blueprint for managing a sea. Focused on the Baltic Sea, it employs a range of methods and techniques, including nutrient budgets and simulation models, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), economic valuation and policy analysis, to arrive at an assessment of causes and consequences of pollution in the sea and the management of its resources.


Land use, population and nutrient loads; wetlands as nutrient sinks; cost effective nutrient reductions to the Baltic Sea; impact of changed nutrient loads on the Baltic Sea; the benefits of a less eutrophicated Baltic Sea; costing and international public good - the case of the Baltic Sea; winners and losers from Baltic Sea nitrogen reductions; general equilibrium effects of implementing markets for emission permits nationally versus regionally.

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Ing-Marie Gren is professor of environmental and resource economics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, and research associate at the Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, Stockholm. Kerry Turner is professor of environmental sciences and Director of the Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environmental (CSERGE) at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. Fredrik Wulff is professor of marine biology at the Department of Systems Ecology, University of Stockholm.
By: Ing-Marie Gren, Kerry R Turner and Fredrik Wulff
138 pages, Figs, tabs, map
Publisher: Earthscan
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