Mapping environmental services in Guatemala
In this paper, we use data from Guatemala to map areas that are important for the provision of indirect ecosystem services—services whose benefits are enjoyed at some distance from the ecosystem that provides them, such as watershed services (enjoyed downstream) or biodiversity conservation (enjoyed globally). These services are usually externalities from the perspective of land users, and so tend to be under-provided. Mapping the areas that supply such services links the supply and demand of ecosystem services in a spatially explicit way, allowing us to identify and prioritize areas of conservation interest.
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- World Bank, 2005. "Guatemala : Country Economic Memorandum, Challenges to Higher Economic Growth," World Bank Other Operational Studies 8544, The World Bank.
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