Economic value of river conservation in four countries


Ecosystems and biodiversity produce benefits to society, but many of them are hard to quantify. For example, it is unclear whether European societies gain (non-market) benefits from experiencing rivers that are in a good... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Carsten Riepe (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries)
  2. Juergen Meyerhoff (TU Berlin)
  3. Marie Fujitani (Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research)
  4. Øystein Aas (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research)
  5. Sophia Kochalski (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries)
  6. Robert Arlinghaus (Humboldt Universität Berlin)

Topic Areas

Topics: Social-ecological systems as a framework for conservation management , Topics: Management of Human-Wildlife Conflicts: “Other” Species in Europe , Topics: Natural Resource and Conservation Stakeholders: Managing Expectations and Engageme


M-A2 » Migratory Fish Species Organized Session (10:45 - Monday, 17th September, Turmsaal)

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