How economic contexts shape calculations of "yield" in biodiversity offsetting

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Carver, L; Sullivan, S;
(2017)

We examined and analyzed methods used to create numerical equivalence between sites affected by development and proposed conservation offset sites. Application of biodiversity offsetting metrics in development impact and mitigation assessments is thought to standardize ... View more
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