Human Activity and the Environment – Teacher’s Kit
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What is an ecosystem?
What are ecosystem goods and services?
How can the value of ecosystem goods and services be measured?
Detailed lesson plan #1:
Can the value of ecosystems and ecosystem goods and services be measured?
Detailed lesson plan #2:
The value of ecosystem goods and services in changing ecosystems
Case study #1:
Thousand Islands National Park case study
Case study #2:
Exploring methodologies for measuring ecosystem goods and services
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