Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 3: Comparison of the Ecological and Economic Outcomes of Traditional vs. Programmatic, Multi-Resource Based Approach

TitleOptimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 3: Comparison of the Ecological and Economic Outcomes of Traditional vs. Programmatic, Multi-Resource Based Approach
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsEnvironmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, and Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Series TitleNational Cooperative Highway Research Program
Document Numberno. 25-25, Task 67-3
Date Published01/2011
Keywordsapplied policy research and synthesis, ecosystem services, integrated conservation priorities and monitoring, large project/proposal facilitation, National, Oregon
URLhttp://oregonstate.edu/inr/sites/default/files/documents_reports/nchrp_25-2567_task_3_panel_submission_jan_2011.pdf