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Natural Resource Institute helps assess value of Texas’ ecosystem services

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The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute and partners recently developed one of the first statewide assessments of the monetary values associated with ecosystem services and subsequent losses associated with land-use changes. 

Can you put a price on clean air, water or white-tailed deer? The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute partnered with other agencies to study and assess the value of these “commodities of nature” and subsequent losses associated with land use changes.

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