Table of contents for Payment for ecosystem services / [edited by] Pushpam Kumar and Roldan Muradian.

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1. Payment for Ecosystem Services and Valuation:
Challenges and Research Gaps                         1
Roldan Muradian and Pushpam Kumar
2. Equity Considerations and Payments for
Ecosystem Services                                 17
Wendy Proctor Thomas Kollner, and Anna Lukasiewicz
3. An Institutional Analysis of Negotiation Support
Systems for Watershed Environmental Services:
A Case Study of the Bhoj Wetlands, Madhya
Pradesh, India                                     44
Sunandan Tiwari and Jaime Amezaga
4. Incentives that Work for Farmers and Wetlands:
Analysis from a Choice Experiment at the Bhoj
Wetlands, India                                    64
Robert A. Hope, Mamta Borgoyary and Chetan Agarwal
5. Measuring Economic Value of Crop Pollination
Service: An Empirical Application of Contingent
Valuation in Kakamega, Western Kenya               87
Muo J Kasina, John Mburu, and
Karin Holm-Mueller
6. A Pilot Study on Payment for Ecological and
Environmental Services in Lashihai Nature
Reserve, China                                    110
Carlo Giupponi, Alessandra Goria, Anil Markandya,
and Alessandra Sgobbi
7. Encouraging Re-vegetation in Australia with
a Groundwater Recharge Credit Scheme               142
Wendy Proctor, jeffery D. Connor, John Ward,
and Darla Hatton MacDonald
8. Marketing Ecosystem Services                       166
Manuela Gaehwiler, Brian Gross, Thomas Koellner,
Wendy Proctor, and David Zilberman
9. Valuing Improved Coastal Water Quality for Beach
Recreation on the Caribbean Island of Tobago       194
Nesha Beharry and Riccardo Scarpa
10. Analysis of Farmers' Willingness to Pay for
Agrobiodiversity Conservation in Nepal             226
Diwakar Poudel and Fred H. Johnsen
11. A Travel Cost Analysis of Non-market Benefits of
Forest Recreation in Great Britain                 246
Ayele Gelan
12. Tourism, Lqcal Livelihood, and Conservation:
A Case Study in Indian Sundarbans                  265
Indrila Guha and Santadas Ghosh

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Environmental economics Congresses, Conservation of natural resources Economic aspects Congresses, Ecosystem management Congresses