Ecological-economic Analysis of Wetlands : Science and Social Science Integration

  title={Ecological-economic Analysis of Wetlands : Science and Social Science Integration},
  author={Robert C. Turner and Jeroen C. J. M. van den Bergh and Aat Barendregt and Edward Maltby}
Wetlands provide many important services to human society, but are at the same time ecologically sensitive systems. This explains why in recent years much attention has been focused on sustainable management strategies for wetlands. Both natural and social sciences can jointly contribute to an increased understanding of relevant processes and problems associated with such strategies. Starting from this observation, the present paper considers the potential integration of insights and methods… CONTINUE READING
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