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Economic Value of Biodiversity in Sri Lanka: A Case Study on Pharmaceutical Prospecting

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Contributors: Hemesiri Kotagama, Neil Thushantha
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Prepared By Hemesiri Kotagama and Neil Thushantha Consultant to International Resources Group Department of Agricultural Economics Faculty of Agriculture University of Peradeniya March 1997 For United States Agency for International Development/Sri Lanka and the Government of Sri Lanka Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) Partners: International Resources Group, Winrock International, and Harvard Institute for International Development Subcontractors: PADCO; Management Systems International; and Development Alternatives, Inc. Collaborating Institutions: Center for Naval Analysis Corporation; Conservation International; KNB Engineering and Applied Sciences, Inc..; Keller-Bliesner Engineering; Resource Management International, Inc.; Tellus Institute; Urban Institute; and World Resources Institute. Region: Asia and the Near East. Task order: Sri Lanka Natural Resources and Environmental Policy Project (NAREPP). Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

Author(s): Hemesiri Kotagama , Neil Thushantha

Location: Sri Lanka

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