Using Habitat Equivalency Analysis to Assess the Cost Effectiveness of Restoration Outcomes in Four Institutional Contexts.

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At the national level, with a fixed amount of resources available for public investment in the restoration of biodiversity, it is difficult to prioritize alternative restoration projects. One way to do this is to assess the level of ecosystem services delivered by these projects and to compare them with their costs. The challenge is to derive a common unit… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00267-015-0598-6

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@article{Scemama2016UsingHE, title={Using Habitat Equivalency Analysis to Assess the Cost Effectiveness of Restoration Outcomes in Four Institutional Contexts.}, author={Pierre Scemama and Harold Levrel}, journal={Environmental management}, year={2016}, volume={57 1}, pages={109-22} }