The flow of goods and services from British Columbia's ocean and marine coastal resources is dependent on the integrity of the underlying ecosystems that support the generation of these goods and services. For example, the viability of the commercial salmon fishery is dependent on underlying ecosystems that support the recruitment of salmon, including freshwater habitat, coastal estuaries, and ocean systems.
Philcox, Neil. 2007. Literature Review and Framework Analysis of Non-Market Goods and Services Provided by British Columbia's Ocean and Marine Coastal Resources. Ministry of Environment
Keywords: goods, services, dependent on, ecosystems
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