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Incorporating a geographic information system in the hedonic modelling of farm property values
(Lincoln University, 2001)
To improve the mass valuation methodology of farm properties, a combination of hedonic models and Geographic Information System (GIS) was proposed. This study has three main objectives: Firstly, to present the theories of ...
Weighing decision factors in a GIS-assisted DSS : application in upland development planning and allocation in the Philippines
(Lincoln University, 2000)
A prototype GIS-based procedure for setting priority sites for upland development based on a hierarchical integration of ecological, social and economic criteria and involvement of stakeholders in the selection process was ...
Valuing agricultural externalities in Canterbury rivers and streams: three essays
(Lincoln University, 2010)
This thesis adds to the literature on non-market valuation of agricultural externalities in rivers and streams. The thesis is a combination of three empirical articles; each article focuses on a particular practical element ...