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Ecological economic modeling and valuation of ecosystems

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  • Bockstael, N.
  • Costanza, R.
  • Strand, I.
  • Boynton, W.
  • Bell, K.
  • Wainger, L.

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  • Bockstael, N. & Costanza, R. & Strand, I. & Boynton, W. & Bell, K. & Wainger, L., 1995. "Ecological economic modeling and valuation of ecosystems," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 14(2), pages 143-159, August.
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