3 edition of The valuation of wetlands found in the catalog.
The valuation of wetlands
Rosemary F. James
Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1994. 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||Rosemary F. James.|
|Series||PHPA/AWB Sumatra wetland project report ;, no. 29|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 93/50449 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 95 leaves|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||93944439|
Wetland valuation. Vol II: Wetland valuation case studies by J. Turpie (Editor). Wetland valuation. Vol III: A tool for the assessment of the livelihood value of wetlands by J. Turpie. Wetland valuation. Vol IV: A protocol for the quantification and valuation of wetland ecosystem services by J. Turpie and M. Kleynhans. () on promoting the economic valuation of wetland benefits and functions through dissemination of valua-tion methods. To support this, the book Economic valuation of wetlands: A guide for policy makers and planners was published by the Ramsar Secretariat (Barbier et al. ).
The single most important book on wetlands, newly expanded and updated. Wetlands is the definitive guide to this fragile ecosystem, providing the most comprehensive coverage and in-depth information available in print. Recently updated and expanded, this latest edition contains brand new information on Wetland Ecosystem Services and an updated discussion on Wetland. Wetlands perform a nu mber of functions of value to society, and focusing on any one, like wetlands’ ability to attenuate storm flows, necessarily undercounts the total value that wetlands have for the numerous other “services” they also provide.
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In round numbers the statewide average wetland credit cost is about $60, per credit. There are local variances to this number, but the average is a good place to start.
If you have an existing wetland and the state requires 10 acres of preservation to generate a credit, then your wetland value would be: $60, per credit. the area of economic valuation of wetlands. According to Operational Objective of the Strategic Plan, the Ramsar Convention will promote the economic valuation of wetland benefits and functions through dissemination of valuation methods.
This book sets out to provide guidance to policy makers and planners on what the potential is for. Wetland functions are defined as a process or series of processes that take place within a wetland. These include the storage of water, transformation of nutrients, growth of living matter, and diversity of wetland plants, and they have value for the wetland itself, for surrounding ecosystems, and for people.
Economic valuation is recognized as an important tool to incorporate the value of nature into decision making on wetlands, but its application in the policy process is still a challenge.
Valuation can be applied at different scale levels (from local to global) and a range of different methods is available.
So, for the wise use and sustainable use of wetlands, it is utmost need to value the wetland. Similarly, appropriate valuation methods are necessary to value the wetlands Author: Deepa Paudel.
The single most important book on wetlands, newly expanded The valuation of wetlands book updated. Wetlands is the definitive guide to this fragile ecosystem, providing the most comprehensive coverage and in-depth information available in print.
Recently updated and expanded, this latest edition contains brand new information on Wetland Ecosystem Services and an updated discussion on Wetland Reviews: A review of 80 coastal wetland valuation studies indicates that, although there is interest in the overall benefits of these important ecosystems, there is a need to have more studies of a wider range of ecosystem goods and services.
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value indicators (see discussion on pg. 20 in “Non-monetary Values”) for many non-marketed benefits produced by wetlands.
Ecosystem service valuation can provide a more balanced perspective of the benefits versus the costs of wetland restoration by providing a dollar and “value” based evaluation of benefits.
Total economic value distinguishes between use values and nonuse (or passive use) values. Whereas use values refer to the value of actual, planned, or possible uses of a wetland and its resources, nonuse values are the values that people ascribe to keeping the wetland in existence, even when there is no actual, planned, or possible use (OECD ).
Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems in the world, comparable to rain forests and coral reefs. An immense variety of species of microbes, plants, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish and mammals can be part of a wetland ecosystem.
Physical and chemical features such as climate, landscape shape (topology), geology and the. The Valuation of Wetlands, Second Edition 2nd Edition by David Michael Keating (Author) › Visit Amazon's David Michael Keating Page.
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David Author: David Michael Keating. Wetlands provide ecosystem services for regional development, and, thus, have considerable economic value. In this study, a combination of evaluation methods was carried out. value of wetlands for non-experts of economic valuation.
It can be utilized to understand the overall concepts and steps for economic valuation, as well as demonstrating that wetlands have economic value for the purpose of awareness raising and decision making.
This guidance is compiled based on the Toolkit for Ecosystem Service. For the past two centuries, the value of wetlands has been little regarded as they have been drained, leveed, channelized, or destroyed in other ways to make way for farms, homes, cities, and industry.
Significant loss of wetland ecosystems has resulted in the decline of many species, worsening water quality including “dead zones” in the. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Wetlands are char-acterized by their distinctive hydrol-ogy, soils and plants. Once regarded as waste-lands, wetlands are now recog-nized as impor-tant features of the landscape that provide numerous beneficial services for people and wildlife. The eco-nomic value of a wetland is an esti-mate of the impor-tance, or worth, of one or more of its.
Finally, the estimated value of these indirect use benefits of the site amounts to USD million per sq. km in a year.
Index Terms—Economic valuation, indirect use benefits, damage cost avoided method, wetland management. INTRODUCTION Due to the biological, ecological, social, cultural and economic values, wetlands are very rich and diverse. As Table indicates, valuation studies of coastal wetlands have largely focused on only a few ecosystem services, such as recreation (16 studies), coastal habitat-fishery linkages (18 studies), and storm protection (19 studies).
In recent years, there have been more estimates of the benefits associated with erosion control (4 studies), water pollution and. Global wetlands are worth the equivalent of over US$47 trillion dollars a year, according to a new study published in the journal Marine and Freshwater estimation means that wetlands make up per cent of the value of all natural biomes.
Valuation of fish and game is an important segment of the young and imperfect field of recreational resource economics. The valuing of any recreational resource poses a formidable problem for economic analysis because most recreational resources are not priced in a market or are only partially priced through charges that seek to match supply with demand.The Appraisal Institute is the world’s largest publisher of valuation literature, offering topical webinars, periodicals, educational materials, and more than 70 print and digital books.
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Ecosystem services can be broadly defined as the aspects of ecosystems that provide benefits to people. This book provides guidance on the valuation of ecosystem services, using the case of multifunctional wetlands to illustrate and make recommendations regarding the methods and techniques that can be applied to appraise management options.