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Simple Ecosystem Service Valuation Can Impact National Forest Management
AERE Newsletter
  • David E. Ervin, Portland State University
  • Gary Larsen, Portland State University
  • Craig Shinn, Portland State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
5-1-2012
Subjects
  • Forest management -- Economic aspects,
  • Ecosystem services,
  • Environmental economics
Abstract
This essay is about how a relatively simple application of the ‘new scarcity’ paradigm for non-market ecosystem services (Simpson, Toman and Ayres 2005) changed the management plan for a national forest. We identify lessons from our experience for AERE members.
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Copyright 2012 Association of Environmental and Resource Economics. This article was archived with publisher and author permissions. The original instance can be found at http://www.aere.org/newsletters/

Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/9616
Citation Information
Ervin, David., G. Larsen, and C. Shinn. Simple Ecosystem Service Valuation Can Impact National Forest Management, American Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Newsletter. Spring 2012