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Valuation of agricultural impacts on rivers and streams using choice modelling: a New Zealand case study
(The Royal Society of New Zealand, 2011-09)
Increasing substitution of dry land pastoral and arable farming for water-intensive practices is placing pressure on water resources in Canterbury. Although there is a large body of scientific data documenting environmental ...
Nonmarket valuation of water quality: Addressing spatially heterogeneous preferences using GIS and a random parameter logit model
(Elsevier on behalf of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), 2012-03)
The spatial distribution of agri-environmental policy benefits has important implications for the efficient allocation of management effort. The practical convenience of relying on sample mean values of individual benefits ...