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Managing Wetlands An Ecological Economics Approach

Edited By: R Kerry Turner, Jeroen CJM van den Bergh and Roy Brouwer
318 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Managing Wetlands
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  • Managing Wetlands ISBN: 9781845422004 Paperback Sep 2004 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

Addresses the critical issues surrounding the destruction of wetlands across Europe, employing a range of analytical methods drawn from a variety of disciplines which bridge the social and natural science divide.

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Part 1 Methodological issues and wetland ecosystem management: integrated assessment as a decision support tool, R. Brouwer et al; environmental indicators and sustainable wetland management, R. Brouwer et al; the economics of wetland management, R.K. Turner et al; a meta-analysis of wetland ecosystem valuation studies, R. Brouwer et al; social and deliberative approaches to support wetland management, R. Brouwer et al. Part 2 Cast studies of ecological-economic approaches to wetland ecosystem management: environmental and economic assessment of the location of wetland buffers in the landscape for nutrient removal from agricultural runoff, M. Blackwell and E. Maltby; ecological and socio-economic evaluation of wetland conservation scenarios, M.S. Skourtos et al; wetland creation - socio-economic and institutional conditions for collective action, T. Soderqvist and T. Lindahl; management of a multi-purpose, open access wetland - the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads, R.K. Turner et al; spatial hydro-ecological modelling of land use changes in wetlands, J.C.J.M. van den Bergh et al; conclusions, R.K. Turner et al.

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Edited By: R Kerry Turner, Jeroen CJM van den Bergh and Roy Brouwer
318 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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