Institute for Neotropical Conservation
Recent Publications and Presentations
A. D., C. M. Basman, and J. G. Lee. 2003. Assessing the non-market
valuation of heritage interpretation programs. Journal of
Interpretation Research, (8)1:83-92.
D. Carver, N.J. Correa, J. Bauer, and P. Weaver. 2005. A new generation of
public/private partnerships for tropical forest conservation: case study
of the former Rodman Naval Base in the urbanizing Panama Canal region. Proceedings
of the International Conference: Emerging
Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces: Linking Science and Society.
March 13-16, Atlanta, Georgia. (In Press).
Y., G. Bauer, N.J. Correa, and A. D. Carver. 2005. Materials development
for urban parks and forest, a method to improve social awareness and raise
funds, experiences from Central America and the Caribbean. In
Proceedings of the 10th Caribbean Urban and Community Forestry Conference.
July 11-15, 2005. Caguas, Puerto Rico. p. 41.
N.J., A. D. Carver, G. Bauer, and P. Weaver. 2005. EcoParque Panama: Case
study of a new generation of public/private partnerships for urban Forest
conservation. In Proceedings of the 10th Caribbean Urban and Community
Forestry Conference. July 11-15, 2005. Caguas, Puerto Rico. p. 27-28.
M., A. D. Carver, K. Tõnisson, and L. Vilkriste. (2005). Innovative use
of forest policy instruments in countries with economies in transition:
experience of the Baltic States. Forest Policy and Economics,
A. D., D. R, Unger, and C. L. Park. 2004. Modeling energy savings from
urban shade trees. Environmental Management, 34(5):650-655.
B. K., C.M. Basman, A.D. Carver, G. Bauer, and J.M. Mangun.
2003. Assessing Cruise Ship Tourists’ Attitudes Towards
Conservation of the Panama Canal Watershed.
Paper presentation at the American Watershed Resource
Association annual conference, November 3-6, San Diego, California.
Bauer, A. D. Carver, and B. K. Thurau. 2005. A market segmentation
approach to eco-tourism studies in Central America: A Panama case study. Invited
presentation to the USAID Regional Environmental Program for Central
American (PROARCA). February 13-20. Republic of Guatemala.
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