A Primer on Environmental Decision-Making: An Integrative Quantitative Approach

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 12, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 496 pages
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This book integrates decision-making and environmental science. For ecologists it will bridge the gap to economics. For practitioners in environmental economics and management it will be a major reference book. It probably contains the largest collection available of expressions and basic equations that are used in environmental sciences. The book is organized in disciplines, but it also includes 13 applications that draw on all subjects in the book, and where cross-references are extensively used. The applications show how a range of topics in economics, social sciences and ecology are interrelated when decisions have to be made.

 

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