Heterogeneous users and willingness to pay in an ongoing payment for watershed protection initiative in the Colombian Andes
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KeywordsPayment for environmental services; Willingness to pay; Environmental services; Hydrological services; Colombia; Watershed protection; Heterogeneous consumers;
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