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Values of ecosystem services associated with intense dairy farming in New Zealand
(Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2007-02)
The increase in greenhouse gas emissions and degradation of water quality and quantity in waterways due to dairy farming in New Zealand have become of growing concern. Compared to traditional sheep and beef cattle farming, ...
Analysis of choice modeling data with various choice sets
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance., 2005-06-30)
To explore individual’s behavior on willingness to pay (WTP) decision making in the multiple question format in choice modeling. Case study: estimation of values of Ecosystem Services (water quality, air quality, soil ...
Ecosystem services on New Zealand arable farms
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2004-06)
Researchers have estimated the total economic value of global ecosystem goods and services showing that a significant portion of humanity's economic well being is unaccounted for in conventional GNP accounting (Constanza ...
Using choice modeling to value ecosystem services on arable land
(Lincoln University., 2005-02)
The objectives are to more accurately measure values of non-market ecosystem services (ES) on New Zealand arable land by estimating values of: gas regulation (greenhouse gas emissions); waste treatment (nitrogen leaching); ...
Values of ecosystem services on arable land and the role of organic farming
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2005-08)
Nationwide mail surveys implemented in November 2004 report New Zealand residents' willingness to pay for improvement in ecosystem services and support for organic farming on arable land. The surveys were split into two ...
Using stated preference techniques to value four key ecosystem services on New Zealand arable land
Many researchers have noted that not only natural ecosystems but also landscapes actively modified by humans (engineered or designed ecosystems) can significantly impact the level of ecosystem goods and availability of ...