Willingness to Pay for Marine Turtle Conservation in Asia: A Cross-Country Perspective
AbstractMarine turtles are important, not only for their economic and intrinsic value, but because an adequate population of marine turtles is often an indicator of healthy marine ecosystem. Of the seven species of marine turtles, four are critically endangered, while two are in the next-highest risk category.
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