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Developing Alternative Mangrove Ecosystem Management Scenarios through Economic Valuation in the Coastal Area of Jangkaran Village, Kulon Progo Regency, Indonesia

Mangrove ecosystem administration should be well proportioned to achieve maximum results. This research was conducted to determine the most appropriate scenario for managing a mangrove ecosystem alongside aquaculture ponds by doing an economic analysis to determine the benefits of management in the most favorable scenarios, both physically and economically. The total economic value of the mangrove ecosystem was USD 6. 73 million in USD 6. 73 million. The proposed scenario of mangrove ecosystem protection includes an optimal combination of mangrove and pond areas, as well as the overall economic and economic benefits for a period of 25 years, which is USD 19. 17 million.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.575


Styles of Valuation: Algorithms and Agency in High- throughput Bioscience

In science and technology research today, there is a troubling tendency to portray actors in the biosciences as "u201c cultural dopes"u201d and technology as having monolithic properties with predetermined outcomes. This article discusses how actors struggle with valuation technologies in practice in order to break this academic deadlock. Empirically, this essay explores how actors in a high-throughput lab struggled with valuing algorithms' features and characteristics of algorithms in a high-throughput environment, as well as the coexistence of several distinct styles. What differing versions of algo-rithms, electronics, and humans are, u201d good bioscience, u201d that is, what does the actors do as a good representation of agency between algorithms and humans?

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/a8gwv


Loss of coastal ecosystem services in Mexico: An approach to economic valuation in the face of sea level rise

The economic evaluation of coastal ecosystem services by the time of climate change is a significant step toward the development of effective public policies that protect the conservation of nature's services. We obtained the financial value that represents the erosion of coastal ecosystem services triggered by Mexico's rising sea level rise by using the value transfer method. The annual economic loss attributed to the disappearance of coastal ecosystem services in Mexico is estimated at $6,476,402,405 USD, where wetlands account for the largest affected ecosystem by area. Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, and Campeche are the states with the largest economic losses. The safety of the coastal zone in Mexico should be a top priority in the country's reconstruction plans because its loss and/or reconstruction raises economic costs and threatens the wellbeing of the community.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.898904

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