Class meets two times each week. During the first meeting, for the most part, I lecture on the material presented in one chapter of my book. I devote the second meeting to recapitulations, questions, discussions of readings, presentations, and in-class assignments. (This schedule left too little time for lectures; Fall 2009 I'll have the second lecture of every other week be devoted to readings and such.) Following is a collection of the most important papers I found that I think we should cover in class, or use as entry points to different topics:
R.T. Carson, N.E. Flores, N.F. Meade. 2001. Contingent Valuation: Controversies and Evidence. Environmental and Resource Economics 19173-210.
Other documents of potential interest:
M. Alberti, J.M. Marzluff, E. Shulenberger, G. Bradley, C. Ryan, and C. Zumbrunnen.
2003. Integrating Humans into Ecology: Opportunities and Challenges for Studying Urban Ecosystems. Bioscience 53:1169-1179.
A link (just a template; see links on my Ecosystem Services course site):