Principles to Guide Assessments of Ecosystem Service Values

Principles to Guide Assessments of Ecosystem Service Values

Guiding principles to encourage interdisciplinary approaches to assessing the social, ecological, and economic benefits of ecosystems and biodiversity, and their interdependent relationships. Reports developed at a workshop held in July 2013 at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.

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