Editor Prof. David Lindenmayer
Using systematic conservation planning to minimize REDD+ conflict with agriculture and logging in the tropics
Article first published online: 13 SEP 2012
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Volume 6, Issue 2, pages 116–124, April 2013
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How to Cite
Venter, O., Possingham, H. P., Hovani, L., Dewi, S., Griscom, B., Paoli, G., Wells, P. and Wilson, K. A. (2013), Using systematic conservation planning to minimize REDD+ conflict with agriculture and logging in the tropics. Conservation Letters, 6: 116–124. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00287.x
- Issue published online: 8 APR 2013
- Article first published online: 13 SEP 2012
- Accepted manuscript online: 25 AUG 2012 02:09AM EST
- Received , 23 April 2012 , Accepted , 9 August 2012
Web Table S1: Data inputs used to calculate the start-up, opportunity, and ongoing management costs of REDD+ strategies being considered by the BFCP. All values given as a one time upfront cost in 2009 U.S.$.
Web Table S2: Change in planning outputs and outcomes from planning to reduce emissions in Berau by 50% using “surrogate” data. Surrogate data are considered as data that are available for free from sources outside of the BFCP, and they are compared with data developed specifically for the BFCP. Planning outputs are the strategies prioritized and their locations, and no change in planning outputs occurs when the same strategy and location are prioritized using the surrogate data and the true data. Outcomes are defined as the expected carbon price resulting from implementing the prioritized network of strategies, calculated as the total cost divided by the total expected emissions reductions.
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