An updated bibliography and database on forest ecosystem service valuation studies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
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Keywordsforest; non-market valuation; ecosystem services; Austria; Germany; Switzerland; meta-database; bibliography; Wald; Umweltbewertung; Monetarisierung; Ökosystemleistungen; Österreich; Schweiz; Deutschland; Metadatenbank; Bibliografie;
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