I. History (including human invlovement such as indigenous peoples and the Quaker settlers)
C. Endangered/ Extinct Species
II. Environmental Issues
A. Deforestation around the Cloud Forest
B. Global warming
C. Ecotourism within the forest
Nadkarni, Nalini M. and Nathaniel T. Wheelwright (eds). Monteverde : Ecology and conservation of a tropical cloud forest. New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Collard, Sneed B., III. Monteverde: Science and Scientists in a Costa Rican Cloud Forest. 1997.
Menkhaus, Susan Lober and Douglas J. "International ecotourism and the valuation of tropical rainforests in Costa Rica". Journal of Environmental Management p. 1-10 May 1996.
Honey, Martha. "Paying the price of ecotourism". Americas p. 40-47 Nov 1994.
Wearing, Stephen and John Neil. Ecotourism : impacts, potentials, and possibilities. Oxford ; Boston : Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999.
Collard, Sneed III. Forest in the clouds. Watertown, MA : Charlesbridge, c2000.
Yoon, Carol. "Something Missing in Fragile Cloud Forest: The Clouds". The New York Times, November 20, 2001. Section F; Page 5; Column 2; Science Desk.
Brown, Paul. "Nature reserves begin to feel heat; Warming may make rare species move north". The Guardian (London), September 17, 1999, Pg. 11.
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