BotanyWhich of the following ecologists has tried to put price-tags on nature’s life support services?

Which of the following ecologists has tried to put price-tags on nature's life support services?

  1. A

    David Tilman

  2. B

    Robert Constanza

  3. C

    Paul Ehrlich

  4. D

    Robert May

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    Robert Constanza and his colleagues have very recently tried to put price tags on nature’s life-support services. Researchers have put an average price tag of US $ 33 trillion a year on these fundamental ecosystems services, which are largely taken for granted because they are free.

    Paul Ehrlich- rivet popper hypothesis

    David Tilman- long-term ecosystem experiments

    Robert May places the global species diversity at about 7 million.

     

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