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Parrish_Are We Conserving What We Say We Are? Measuring Ecological Integrity within Protected Areas

Are We Conserving What We Say We Are? Measuring Ecological Integrity within Protected Areas

Parrish, Jeffrey D., David P. Braun, and Robert S. Unnasch. “Are We Conserving What We Say We Are? Measuring Ecological Integrity within Protected Areas.” BioScience Vol. 53 No. 9 (September 2003) 851-860.

Schroeder_Ecological Integrity on Wildlife Areas in Washington State

Ecological Integrity on Wildlife Areas in Washington State

Schroeder, Michael A., Margaret Tudor, and Matt Vander Haegen. Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife. April 23, 2012.

Schroeder_Ecological Integrity Assessments: Monitoring and Evaluation of Wildlife Areas in Washington

Ecological Integrity Assessments: Monitoring and Evaluation of Wildlife Areas in Washington

Schroeder, Michael A., Rex C. Crawford, F. Joseph Rocchio, D. John Pierce, and Matt Vander Haegen. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. August 2011 Draft

Schroeder_Pilot Study: Ecological Integrity Monitoring of Wildlife Areas in Washington State: Report for the 2011-2013 Biennium

Ecological Integrity Monitoring of Wildlife Areas in Washington State: Pilot Study Report for the 2011-2013 Biennium

Schroeder, Michael A., Janet Gorrell, Matt Vander Haegen, Janet Anthony, Andrew Duff, Jeff Foisy, Chuck Gibilisco, and Brian Cosentino. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. November 2013.

Scott_Nature Reserves: Do They Capture the Full Range of America’s Biological Diversity?

Nature Reserves: Do They Capture the Full Range of America’s Biological Diversity?

Scott, J. Michael, Frank W. Davis, R. Gavin McGhie, R. Gerald Wright, Craig Groves, and John Estes 2001. “Nature Reserves: Do They Capture the Full Range of America’s Biological Diversity?”

Ecological Issues in Conservation 999 (2001): 999-1107

http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/1051-0761(2001)011[0999:NRDTCT]2.0.CO;2

Unnasch_The Ecological Integrity Assessment Framework: A Framework for Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Biological and Ecological Resources of the National Park System

The Ecological Integrity Assessment Framework: A Framework for Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Biological and Ecological Resources of the National Park System

Unnasch, R.S., D. P. Braun, P. J. Comer, G. E. Eckert. 2008. The Ecological Integrity Assessment Framework: A Framework for Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Biological and Ecological Resources of the National Park System. Report to the National Park Service. 2009.

Young_A Framework for Assessing and Reporting on Ecological Condition: Executive Summary

A Framework for Assessing and Reporting on Ecological Condition: Executive Summary

Young, Terry F. and Stephanie Sanzone, Editors. Prepared by the Ecological Reporting Panel, Ecological Processes and Effects Committee, EPA Science Advisory Board. Washington, DC: September 2002.

International Spring University on Ecosystem Services Modeling, Bilbao, Spain. Applications due 13 December 2013.

The Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) in collaboration with Conservation International, the University of Vermont and Earth Economics, i

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Monday, 31 March, 2014 - 23:00 - Friday, 11 April, 2014 - 23:00
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Bilbao, Spain

Final Ecosystem Goods and Services Classification System - July 2013

The term ecosystem services is often used to describe, both in general and very specifically, benefits provided by nature and valued by people. However, many of the widely used definitions are not sufficiently specific for consistent and precise identification of such services (Nahlik et al., 2012).

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