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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

Benefit transfer via preference calibration: prudential algebra for policy

Smith, V.K., G.L. Van Houtven and S.K. Pattanayak. 2002. Benefit transfer via preference calibration: prudential algebra for policy. Land Economics 78(1): 132-152.
Keywords: 7c, 7d, 7g

Combining revealed and stated preference methods to value

Earnhart, D. 2001. Combining revealed and stated preference methods to value
environmental amenities at residential locations. Land Economics 77:12-29.
Keywords: 6a, 7c, 7g

Does the measurement of environmental quality affect implicit prices estimated from hedonic models?

Michael, H.J., K.J. Boyle and R. Bouchard. 2000. Does the measurement of environmental quality affect implicit prices estimated from hedonic models? Land Economics 76(2): 283-298. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7c

Economic Valuation of the Environment

Garrod, G. and K.G. Willis. 1999. Economic Valuation of the Environment. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., Cheltenham, UK. Keywords: 1j, 1k, , 7b, 7c, 7d, 7g

Economic valuation of freshwater ecosystem services in the United States: 1971-1997

Wilson, M.A. and S.R. Carpenter. 1999. Economic valuation of freshwater ecosystem services in the United States: 1971-1997. Ecological Applications 9: 772-783.
Keywords:5d, 6c, 7c, 7d, 7g, 10

Environmental and Resource Valuation with Revealed Preferences: A Theoretical Guide to Empirical Models

Bockstael, N.E. and K.E. McConnell. 2007. Environmental and Resource Valuation with Revealed Preferences: A Theoretical Guide to Empirical Models. Springer.
Keywords: 1j, 7c, 7g

Environmental value transfer: state of the art and future prospects

Brouwer, R. 2000. Environmental value transfer: state of the art and future prospects. Ecological Economics 32: 137-152. Keywords: 1k, 7c,7d, 7g

Estimating the benefits of shore erosion protection in Ohio's Lake Erie housing market.

Kriesel, W., A. Randall and F. Lichtkoppler. 1993. Estimating the benefits of shore erosion protection in Ohio's Lake Erie housing market. Water Resources Research 29(4): 795-801. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 7c, 10

Estimating the demand for protecting freshwater lakes from eutrophication

Boyle, K.J., J. Poor and L.O. Taylor. 1999. Estimating the demand for protecting freshwater lakes from eutrophication. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(5): 1118-1122. Keywords: 5d, 6a, 7c

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

Evidence on the amenity value of wetlands in a rural setting

Bin, O. and S. Polasky. 2005. Evidence on the amenity value of wetlands in a rural setting. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 37(3): 589-602.
Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7c, 10

Exploring benefit transfer: disamenities of waste transfer stations.

Eshet, T., M.G. Baron and M. Shechter. 2007. Exploring benefit transfer: disamenities of waste transfer stations. Environmental and Resource Economics 37: 521-547.
Keywords: 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

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 the Demand for Environmental Quality

Braden, J.B. and C.D. Kolstad (eds.). 1991. Measuring the Demand for Environmental Quality. Amsterdam: North-Holland, Elsevier Publishers. Keywords: 1a, 4v, 7c

Measuring the effects of mixed land uses on housing values.

Song, Y. and G.Y. Knapp. 2004. Measuring the effects of mixed land uses on housing values. Regional Science and Urban Economics 34: 663-680. Keywords: 7c, 6a, 10

Multiple-Use Management: The Economics of Public Forestlands

Bowes, M.D. and J.V. Krutilla. 1989. Multiple-Use Management: The Economics of Public Forestlands. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. Keywords: 4l, 5a, 7c, 8c

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

Out of sight, out of mind: Using GIS to incorporate topography in hedonic property value models.

Paterson, R.W. and K.J. Boyle. 2002. Out of sight, out of mind: Using GIS to incorporate topography in hedonic property value models. Land Economics 78(3): 417-425.
Keywords: 6a, 7c

Property prices and urban forest amenities

Tyrvainen, L. and A. Miettinen. 2000. Property prices and urban forest amenities. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 39: 205-223. Keywords: 5j, 7c

Shades of green: measuring the value of urban forests in the housing market.

Mansfield, C., S.K. Pattanayak, W. McDow, R. MacDonald and P. Halpin. 2005. Shades of green: measuring the value of urban forests in the housing market. Journal of Forest Economics 11(3):177-199. Keywords: 5j, 7c

The External Costs of Coastal Beach Pollution: A Hedonic Approach

Wilman, E. 1984. The External Costs of Coastal Beach Pollution: A Hedonic Approach. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. Keywords: 7c

The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model

Ready, R.C. and C.W. Abdalla. 2005. The amenity and disamenity impacts of agriculture: estimates from a hedonic pricing model. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87: 314-326. Keywords: 6b, 7c, 10

The economic equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan

Lupi, F., M.D. Kaplowitz and J.P. Hoehn. 2002. The economic equivalency of drained and restored wetlands in Michigan. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(5): 1355-1361. Keywords: 5c, 6b, 7c, 10

The effect of coastal land use restrictions on housing prices: A repeat sales analysis.

Parsons, G.R. 1992. The effect of coastal land use restrictions on housing prices: A repeat sales analysis. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 22: 25-37.
Keywords: 5g, 6b, 7c

The influence of wetland type and wetland proximity on residential property values

Doss, C.R. and S.J. Taff. 1996. The influence of wetland type and wetland proximity on residential property values. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 21(1): 120-129. Keywords: 5c, 6c, 7c

The use of census data for hedonic price estimates of open-space amenities and land use.

Shultz, S.D. and D.A. King. 2001. The use of census data for hedonic price estimates of open-space amenities and land use. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 22: 239-252. Keywords:2a, 7c

Valuation of ecological resources and functions.

Scott, M.J., G.R. Bilyard, S.O. Link, C.A. Ulibarri, and H.E. Westerdahl. 1998. Valuation of ecological resources and functions. Environmental Management 22(1): 49-68.
Keywords: 3b, 7c, 7d, 7g

Valuing urban wetlands: A property price approach.

Mahan, B., S. Polasky and R. Adams. 2000. Valuing urban wetlands: A property price approach. Land Economics 76(1): 100-113. Keywords: 5c,7c

Valuing urban wetlands: a review of non-market valuation studies.

Boyer, T. and S. Polasky. 2004. Valuing urban wetlands: a review of non-market valuation studies. Wetlands 24(4): 744-755. Keywords: 1a, 5c, 5j, 7c, 7d 7f, 7g

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