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Year: 2010
The ILEA paper compares the ecosystem services in the Gafsa oasis in Tunisia, provided by mono-cropping families with those of multi-cropping families
Year: 2010
Programs that provide direct rewards in exchange for ES offer potential advantages but also pose risks
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Year: 2008
Alpine regions provide diverse ecosystem goods and services (ES) to human society
Year: 2007
Water-supply programmes consist of three essential components: technology, people, and institutions
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Year: 2007
Forests perform a range of valuable environmental functions, such as sequestering carbon, controlling erosion, and sheltering a diversity of species
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Year: 2007
A generic system dynamics model was developed as an explicit thinking tool to investigate systems of payments for environmental services (PES) and possible feedback effects regarding environmental ethics
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Year: 2006
The Supa River is a tributary of the Nu-Salween River in Longling county, Yunnan, China
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Year: 2005
Sri Lanka holds great potential for developing payment for environmental services (PES) and environmental service markets
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Year: 2005

One of the most important reasons for the degradation of biodiversity, in mountain areas and elsewhere, is that the people who make land use decisions often receive few or no benefits from biodiversity conservation

Year: 2000

Much of El Salvador's crop production is in mountainous areas with gradients over 15%

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