viii, 302 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
List of illustrations Introduction Perspectives on the wealth of nature Natural amenities and ecosystem services: the need for additional institutional innovation / by Thomas Michael Power Maximizing the wealth of nature: a property rights approach / by Terry L. Anderson Devolution to facilitate change Institutional reform for public lands? / by Daniel Kemmis The state of the parks: enhancing or dissipating the wealth of nature? / by Holly Lippke Fretwell Property rights to facilitate change Homegrown property rights for the Klamath Basin / by Terry L. Anderson and Laura E. Huggins Fishing for wealth in coastal fisheries / by Donald R. Leal The mining landscape: bootleggers, baptists, and the promised land / by Roger E. Meiners and Andrew P. Morriss The effects of public funding systems on the success of private conservation through land trusts / by Dominic P. Parker Measuring the wealth of nature The wealth of nature: costs as well as benefits? / by F. Andrew Hanssen Counting the wealth of nature: an overview of ecosystem valuation / by Timothy Fitzgerald and A. Myrick Freeman III Do resource states do worse? / by Ronald N. Johnson Why individuals provide public goods / by David D. Haddock Conclusion Contributors Index.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KF5605 .A725 2008
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