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An hedonic analysis of the effects of lake water clarity on New Hampshire Lakefront properties.

Gibbs, J.P., J.M. Halstead, K.J. Boyle and J-C. Huang. 2002. An hedonic analysis of the effects of lake water clarity on New Hampshire Lakefront properties. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 31 (1): 39-46. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 7c

Assessing the accuracy of benefits transfers: evidence from a multi-site contingent valuation study of ground water quality

Vandenberg, T.P., G.L. Poe and J.R. Powell. 2001. Assessing the accuracy of benefits transfers: evidence from a multi-site contingent valuation study of ground water quality. In The Economic Value of Water Quality, J.C. Bergstrom, K.J. Boyle and G.L. Poe (eds.). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Keywords:4b, 7g

Benefit transfer protocol for long-term health risk evaluation: A case of surface water contamination

Kask, S.B. and J.F. Shogren. 1994. Benefit transfer protocol for long-term health risk evaluation: A case of surface water contamination. Water Resources Research 30(10): 2813-2824. Keywords: 4b

Benefits from commercial fisheries when demand and supply depend on water quality.

McConnell, K.E. and I.E. Strand. 1989. Benefits from commercial fisheries when demand and supply depend on water quality. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 17: 284-292. Keywords: 4b, 4p

Estimating the instream value of lake water quality in southeast Michigan

Brashares, E.N. 1985. Estimating the instream value of lake water quality in southeast Michigan. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 10

Evidence of the effects of water quality on residential land prices

Leggett, C.G. and N.E. Bockstael. 2000. Evidence of the effects of water quality on residential land prices. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 39: 121-144. Keywords: 4b, 6a, 7c

Exploring the hedonic value of ambient water quality: a local watershed-based study.

Poor, P.J., K.L. Pessagnob and R.W. Paul. 2007. Exploring the hedonic value of ambient water quality: a local watershed-based study. Ecological Economics 60(4): 797-807.
Keywords: 4b, 7c, 6b

Financing watershed conservation: the FONAG water fund in Quito, Ecuador

EchavarrĂ­a, M., 2002. Financing watershed conservation: the FONAG water fund in Quito, Ecuador. In: Selling Forest Environmental Services: Market-based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development, S. Pagiola, J. Bishop and N. Landell-Mills (Eds.).
London: Earthscan. Keywords: 4b, 4c, 5d, 6a, 10

Greenbelts in the cornbelt: Riparian wetlands, intrinsic values, and market failure

Lant, C.L., and R.S. Roberts. 1990 Greenbelts in the cornbelt: Riparian wetlands, intrinsic values, and market failure. Environment and Planning 22: 1375-1388.
Keywords: 4b, 7g

Improving the practice of benefits transfers: a preference calibration approach

Pattanayak, S.K., V. K. Smith and G. Van Houtven. 2007. Improving the practice of benefits transfers: a preference calibration approach. In Environmental Value Transfers: Issues and Methods, S. Navrud and R. Ready (eds). Springer Science.
Keywords: 4b, 7c

Measuring Water Quality Benefits

Smith, V.K. and W.H. Desvousges. 1986. Measuring Water Quality Benefits. Boston, MA: Kluwer-Nijhoff. Keywords: 4b

Measuring the economic value of water quality: the case of lakeshore land.

Steinnes, D.N. 1992. Measuring the economic value of water quality: the case of lakeshore land. Annals of Regional Science 26: 171-176. Keywords: 4b, 6a, 10

Objective versus subjective measure of environmental quality in hedonic property-value models.

Poor, J., K.J. Boyle, L.O. Taylor and R. Bouchard. 2001. Objective versus subjective measure of environmental quality in hedonic property-value models. Land Economics 77(4): 482-493. Keywords: 4b, 7c, 6b

Okoboji experiment: Comparing non-market valuation techniques in an unusually well-defined market for water quality

D'Arge, R.C. and J. Shogren. 1989. Okoboji experiment: Comparing non-market valuation techniques in an unusually well-defined market for water quality. Ecological Economics 1: 251-259. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 6a, 7g

Procedures in estimating benefits of water quality change

Bouwes, N.W. and R. Schneider. 1979. Procedures in estimating benefits of water quality change. American Journal of Agricultural Economics : 535-539. Keywords: 4b, 5d,

Protecting ecosystem services: science, economics, and law.

Salzman, J., B.H. Thompson Jr. and G.C. Daily. 2001. Protecting ecosystem services: science, economics, and law. Stanford Environmental Law Journal 20: 309-332.
Keywords: 4b, 4d

Recreational swimming benefits of New Hampshire Lake water quality policies: An application of a repeated discrete choice model.

Needleman, M. and M.J. Kealy. 1995. Recreational swimming benefits of New Hampshire Lake water quality policies: An application of a repeated discrete choice model. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 24: 78-87. Keywords:4b, 6b

Targeting tools for the purchase of environmental amenities.

Babcock, B.A., P.G. Lakshminarayan, J. Wu and D. Zilberman. 1997. Targeting tools for the purchase of environmental amenities. Land Economics 73: 325-339.
Keywords: 4b, 4g, 8d

The economic losses of a waterborne disease outbreak.

Harrington, W., A.J. Krupnick and W.O. Spofford, Jr. 1989. The economic losses of a waterborne disease outbreak. Journal of Urban Economics 25(1): 116-137.
Keywords: 4b, 6a, 7g

The economics of a public fund for environmental amenities: a study of CRP contracts

Babcock, B.A., P.G. Lakshminarayan, J. Wu and D. Zilberman. 1996. The economics of a public fund for environmental amenities: a study of CRP contracts. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78: 961-971. Keywords: 4b, 4g, 8d

The effect of water quality on rural nonfarm residential property values

Epp, D.J. and K.S. Al-Ani. 1979. The effect of water quality on rural nonfarm residential property values. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 61: 529-533.
Keywords: 4b, 5d, 6a

The nature and value of ecosystem services: an overview highlighting hydrologic services

Brauman K.A., G.C. Daily, T.K. Duarte and H.A. Mooney. 2007. The nature and value of ecosystem services: an overview highlighting hydrologic services. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 32: 67-98. Keywords: 3b, 4a, 4b, 4c, 5d, 8c

The value of clean water: the public's willingness to pay for boatable, fishable, and swimmable quality water

Carson, R. and R. Mitchell. 1993 The value of clean water: the public's willingness to pay for boatable, fishable, and swimmable quality water. Water Resources Research 29(7): 2445-2454. Keywords: 4b, 7g

The welfare effects of toxic contamination in freshwater fish.

Montgomery, M., and M.S. Needelman. 1997. The welfare effects of toxic contamination in freshwater fish. Land Economics 73(2): 211-223. Keywords: 4b, 5d

Valuing the incremental benefits of groundwater protection when exposure levels are known

Poe, G.L. and R.C. Bishop. 1999. Valuing the incremental benefits of groundwater protection when exposure levels are known. Environmental and Resource Economics 13(3): 341-367. Keywords: 4b, 7g

Valuing water quality improvements using revealed preference methods when corner solutions are present


Phaneuf, G.J., C.L. Kling and J.A. Herriges. 1998. Valuing water quality improvements using revealed preference methods when corner solutions are present. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(5): 1025-1031. Keywords: 1i, 4b

Water quality benefits from the conservation reserve program

Ribaudo, M.O. 1989. Water quality benefits from the conservation reserve program. Agricultural Economics, Report No. 606. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. Keywords: 4b, 4g, 8e

Water quality improvements by wetlands.

Ewel, K.C. 1997. Water quality improvements by wetlands. In: Nature's Services: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, G.C. Daily (ed.), pp. 329-344. Washington, DC: Island Press. Keywords: 4b, 4c, 5c

Watershed protection for New York City's supply

Ashendorff, A., M.A. Principe, A. Seely, J. LaDuca, L. Beckhardt, W. Faber and J. Mantus. 1997. Watershed protection for New York City's supply. Journal of American Water Works Association 89(3): 75-88. Keywords: 4b, 5d, 6a, 10

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