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A benefit-cost analysis of the northern spotted owl: results from a contingent valuation survey.

Rubin, J., G. Helfand and J. Loomis. 1991. A benefit-cost analysis of the northern spotted owl: results from a contingent valuation survey. Journal of Forestry 89(12):25-30.
Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

A comparison of contingent valuation methodology and ecological assessment as techniques for incorporating ecological goods into land-use decisions

Edwards-Jones, G., E.S. Edwards-Jones and K. Mitchell. 1995. A comparison of contingent valuation methodology and ecological assessment as techniques for incorporating ecological goods into land-use decisions. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 38(2): 215-230. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

An Economic Model for Valuing Recreational Angling Resources in Michigan. Report to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Hoehn, J.P., T. Tomasi, F. Lupi and H.Z. Chen. 1996. An Economic Model for Valuing Recreational Angling Resources in Michigan. Report to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. East Lansing: Michigan State University. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7d

An experiment on the economic value of visibility.

Rowe, R.D., R.C. D'Arge and D.S. Brookshire. 1980. An experiment on the economic value of visibility. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 7(1): 1-19.
Keywords:6a, 7a, 7g, 10

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 studies: myths, pragmatism, and idealism

Boyle, K.J. and J.C. Bergstrom. 1992. Benefit transfer studies: myths, pragmatism, and idealism. Water Resources Research 28(3): 657-663. Keywords:5d, 6b, 7g

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

Confronting unfamiliarity with ecosystem functions: the case for an ecosystem service approach to environmental valuation with stated preference methods

Barkmann, J., K. Glenk, A. Keil, C. Leemhuis, N. Dietrich, G. Gerold and R. Marggraf. 2008. Confronting unfamiliarity with ecosystem functions: the case for an ecosystem service approach to environmental valuation with stated preference methods. Ecological Economics 65(1): 48-62. Keywords: 3a, 6a, 7g

Consumer preferences and willingness-to-pay for water-related residences in non-urban settings: A vignette analysis

Feitelson, E. 1992. Consumer preferences and willingness-to-pay for water-related residences in non-urban settings: A vignette analysis. Regional Studies 26(1): 49-68.
Keywords: 5j, 6a, 7g

Contingent valuation and biodiversity: measuring the user surplus of Kenyan protected areas


Moran, D. 1994. Contingent valuation and biodiversity: measuring the user surplus of Kenyan protected areas. Biodiversity and Conservation 3: 663-684. Keywords: 4x, 7g

Contingent valuation as an additional tool for evaluating wildlife utilization management in Zambia: Mumbwa game management area

Siachoono, S.M. 1995. Contingent valuation as an additional tool for evaluating wildlife utilization management in Zambia: Mumbwa game management area. Ambio 24(4): 246-249. Keywords:7g, 10

Contingent valuation of wildlife resources in the presence of substitutes and complements

Samples, K.C. and J.R. Hollyer. 1989. Contingent valuation of wildlife resources in the presence of substitutes and complements. In Economic Valuation of Natural Resources: Issues, Theory, and Application, R.L. Johnson and G.V. Johnson (eds.). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Keywords: 7g

Contingent valuation, net marginal benefits, and the scale of riparian ecosystem restoration

Holmes, T.P., J.C. Bergstrom, E. Huszar, S.B. Kask and F. Orr. 2004. Contingent valuation, net marginal benefits, and the scale of riparian ecosystem restoration. Ecological Economics 49: 19-30. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7g

Designing a contingent-valuation study to estimate the benefits of the conservation reserve program on grassland bird populations

Ahearn, M., K.J. Boyle and D. Hellerstein. 2004. Designing a contingent-valuation study to estimate the benefits of the conservation reserve program on grassland bird populations. In The Contingent-Valuation Handbook, J. Kahn, D. Bjornstad, and A. Alberini (eds.). Cheltenhan, U.K.: Edward Elgar. Keywords:5b, 7g

Dynamic inconsistency in valuing environmental goods.

Crocker, T. and J. Shogren. 1993. Dynamic inconsistency in valuing environmental goods. Ecological Economics 7: 239-254. Keywords: 7g

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 benefits of rare and endangered species: Summary and meta-analysis.

Loomis, J.B., and D.S. White. 1996. Economic benefits of rare and endangered species: Summary and meta-analysis. Ecological Economics 18: 197-206. Keywords: 1g, 4x, 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

Economic valuation of indigenous woodlands in Zimbabwe

Bojo, J. 1993. Economic valuation of indigenous woodlands in Zimbabwe. In Living with Trees: a Future for Social Forestry in Zimbabwe, P. Bradley and K. McNamara (ed.). Washington, DC: World Bank. Keywords: 5a, 7g, 10

Economic values of increasingly rare and endangered fish.

Loomis, J.B., and D.S. White. 1996. Economic values of increasingly rare and endangered fish. Fisheries 21(11): 6-11. Keywords: 7g

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 attitudes, motivations, and contingent valuation of nonuse values: a case study involving endangered species

Kotchen, M.J. 2000. Environmental attitudes, motivations, and contingent valuation of nonuse values: a case study involving endangered species. Ecological Economics 32: 93-107. Keywords: 4x, 7g

Environmental valuation in developing countries: The recreational value of wildlife viewing.

Navrud, S. and E.D. Mungatana. 1994. Environmental valuation in developing countries: The recreational value of wildlife viewing. Ecological Economics 11(2):135-151.
Keywords:6a, 7d, 7g, 10

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 option prices and existence values for wildlife resources

Brookshire, D.S., L.S. Eubanks and A. Randall. 1983. Estimating option prices and existence values for wildlife resources. Land Economics 59(1):1-15. Keywords: 1h, 4t, 7g

Estimation of forest values using choice modeling: an application to Spanish forests

Brey, R., P. Riera and J. Mogas. 2007. Estimation of forest values using choice modeling: an application to Spanish forests. Ecological Economics 64(2): 305-312. Keywords:
5a, 7g, 10

Ethical preferences and the assessment of existence values: Does the neoclassical model fit?

Edwards, S.F. 1986. Ethical preferences and the assessment of existence values: Does the neoclassical model fit? Northeastern Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 15(2): 145-150. Keywords: 7g

Evaluating the performance of benefit transfer: An empirical inquiry

Kirchhoff, S., B.G. Colby, and J.T. LaFrance. 1997. Evaluating the performance of benefit transfer: An empirical inquiry. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 33 (1): 75-93. Keywords: 6b, 7g, 10

Existence and sport values for doubling the size of the Columbia River basin salmon and steelhead runs


Olsen, D., J. Richards and R.D. Scott. 1991. Existence and sport values for doubling the size of the Columbia River basin salmon and steelhead runs. Rivers 2(1): 44-56.
Keywords: 4q, 7g

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

How much are Mediterranean forests worth?

Croitoru, L. 2007. How much are Mediterranean forests worth? Forest Policy and Economics 9(5): 536-545. Keywords: 5a, 6d, 7d, 7g

Information disclosure and endangered species valuation.

Samples, K.C., J.A. Dixon and M.M. Gowen. 1986. Information disclosure and endangered species valuation. Land Economics; 62(3): 306-312. Keywords: 4x, 7g

Interpretation and temporal stability of CV bids for wildlife existence: a panel study

Stevens, T.H., T.A. More and R.J. Glass. 1994. Interpretation and temporal stability of CV bids for wildlife existence: a panel study. Land Economics 70(3): 355-363.
Keywords: 7g

Latent preferences and valuation of wetland ecosystem restoration

Milon, J.W. and D. Scrogin. 2006. Latent preferences and valuation of wetland ecosystem restoration. Ecological Economics 56: 162-175. Keywords: 5c, 6b, 7g

Measuring the existence value of wildlife: what do CVM estimates really show?

Stevens, T.H., J. Echeverria, R.J. Glass, T. Hager and T.A . More. 1991. Measuring the existence value of wildlife: what do CVM estimates really show? Land Economics 67(4): 390-400. Keywords: 7g

Measuring the total economic value of restoring ecosystem services in an impaired river basin: results from a contingent valuation survey

Loomis, J., P. Kent, L. Strange, K. Fausch and A. Covich. 2000. Measuring the total economic value of restoring ecosystem services in an impaired river basin: results from a contingent valuation survey. Ecological Economics 33(1): 103-117. Keywords: 6b, 7g

Modelling the non-market environmental costs and benefits of biodiversity projects using contingent valuation data.

Macmillan, D. C., E.I. Duff and D.A Elston. 2001. Modelling the non-market environmental costs and benefits of biodiversity projects using contingent valuation data. Environmental and Resource Economics 18(4): 391-410. Keywords: 4x, 7g,

Multiple-use forestry and preservation of coniferous forests in Norway: a study of attitudes and willingness-to-pay

Hoen, H.F. and G. Winther. 1993. Multiple-use forestry and preservation of coniferous forests in Norway: a study of attitudes and willingness-to-pay. Scandinavian Journal of
Forest Research 8: 266-280. Keywords: 5a, 7g, 10

Net Economic Values for Wildlife-related Recreation in 2001

Aiken, R. and G.P. La Rouche. 2003. Net Economic Values for Wildlife-related Recreation in 2001. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Federal Aid. Keywords: 4t, 6c, 7g

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

On the value of endangered and other species

Sagoff, M. 1996. On the value of endangered and other species. Environmental Management 20(6): 897-911. Keywords: 1k, 4x, 7g

Preferences, information, and biodiversity preservation

Spash, C.L. and N. Hanely. 1995. Preferences, information, and biodiversity preservation. Ecological Economics 12(3): 191-208. Keywords: 4x, 7g

Pricing ecological services: willingness to pay for drought control services in Indonesia.

Pattanayak, S.K. and R. Kramer. 2001. Pricing ecological services: willingness to pay for drought control services in Indonesia. Water Resources Research 37(3): 771-778.
Keywords: 4d, 6a, 7g, 10

Real and hypothetical willingness to pay for environmental preservation: a non-experimental comparison

Foster, V., I.J. Bateman and D. Harley. 1997. Real and hypothetical willingness to pay for environmental preservation: a non-experimental comparison. The Journal of Agricultural Economics Research 48(2): 123-138. Keywords: 7g

Restoration Scaling Based on Total Value Equivalency: Green Bay Natural Resource Damage Assessment

Bishop, R.C., W.S. Breffle, J.K. Lazo, R.D. Rowe and S.M. Wytinck. 2000. Restoration Scaling Based on Total Value Equivalency: Green Bay Natural Resource Damage Assessment. Boulder, Colo.: Stratus Consulting Inc. Keywords: 5d, 6b, 7g, 10

Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services.

Hein, L., K. van Koppen, R.S. de Groot and E.C. van Ierland. 2006. Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 57: 209-228. Keywords: 3c, 5c, 6a, 7g

The Economic Value of Water Quality.

Bergstrom, J.C., K.J. Boyle, and G.L. Poe (eds.). 2001. The Economic Value of Water Quality. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Keywords: 4c, 6b, 7g

The benefits and costs of riparian analysis habitat preservation: a willingness to accept/willingness to pay contingent valuation approach

Amigues, J.P., C. Boulatoff, B. Desaigues, C. Gauthier and J.E. Keith. 2002. The benefits and costs of riparian analysis habitat preservation: a willingness to accept/willingness to pay contingent valuation approach. Ecological Economics 43(1): 17-31. Keywords: 4x, 6a, 7g

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 economic valuation of coral reefs

Spurgeon, J.P.G. 1992. The economic valuation of coral reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 24(11): 529-536. Keywords: 3c, 5h, 7g

The economic valuation of endangered species of wildlife

Boyle, K. J. and R.C. Bishop, R. C. 1986. The economic valuation of endangered species of wildlife. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 51: 153-161. Keywords: 7g

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

Total economic values for coastal and marine wildlife: specification, validity, and valuation issues

Whitehead, J. C. 1993. Total economic values for coastal and marine wildlife: specification, validity, and valuation issues. Marine Resource Economics 8: 119-132.
Keywords: 5h, 7g

Total economic values of increasing gray whale populations: results from a contingent valuation survey of visitors and households

Loomis, J.B. and D.M. Larson. 1994. Total economic values of increasing gray whale populations: results from a contingent valuation survey of visitors and households. Marine Resource Economics 9: 275-286. Keywords: 5h, 7g

Toward total economic value of Great Lakes fishery resources

Bishop, R.C., K.J. Boyle and M.P. Welsh. 1987. Toward total economic value of Great Lakes fishery resources. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 116 (3): 339-345.
Keywords: 4q, 5d, 6b, 7g

Untying a Lancastrian bundle: valuing ecosystems and ecosystem services for wetland mitigation

Hoehn, J.P., F. Lupi, M.D. Kaplowitz. 2003. Untying a Lancastrian bundle: valuing ecosystems and ecosystem services for wetland mitigation. Journal of Environmental Management 68(3): 263-272. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7g

Use of dichotomous choice non-market methods to value the whooping crane resource

Bowker, J. M. and J.R. Stoll. 1988. Use of dichotomous choice non-market methods to value the whooping crane resource. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(2): 372-381. Keywords: 7g

Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: The Contingent Valuation Method.

Mitchell, R.C. and R.T. Carson. 1989. Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: The Contingent Valuation Method. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
Keywords: 7g

Using domestic water analysis to value groundwater recharge

Acharya, G. and E.B. Barbier. 2002. Using domestic water analysis to value groundwater recharge in the Hadejia-Jama'are floodplain in Northern Nigeria. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(2): 415-426. Keywords: 4c, 5c, 6b, 7g

Valuation and management of wetlands ecosystems.

Constanza, R., S.C. Farber and J. Maxwell, 1989. Valuation and management of wetlands ecosystems. Ecological Economics 1: 335-361. Keywords: 5c, 6a, 7g, 10

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

Valuation of non-priced amenities provided by the biological resources within the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica

Echeverria, J., M. Hanrahan and R. Solorzano. 1995. Valuation of non-priced amenities provided by the biological resources within the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica. Ecological Economics 13: 43-52. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

Valuation of tropical rainforests: philosophical and practical issues in the use of contingent valuation

Carson, R. 1998. Valuation of tropical rainforests: philosophical and practical issues in the use of contingent valuation. Ecological Economics 24(1): 15-29.
Keywords:5a, 7g

Value estimatior models for wetland-based recreational use values.

Bergstrom, J.C. and J.R. Stoll. 1993. Value estimatior models for wetland-based recreational use values. Land Economics 69(2): 132-137. Keywords: 5c, 7g

Valuing a global environment good: U.S. residents' willingness to pay to protect tropical rain forests

Kramer, R.A. and D.E. Mercer. 1997. Valuing a global environment good: U.S. residents' willingness to pay to protect tropical rain forests. Land Economics 73(2): 196-210.
Keywords: 5a, 7g

Valuing improved wetland quality using choice modelling

Morrison, M., J. Bennett and R. Blamey. 1999. Valuing improved wetland quality using choice modelling. Water Resources Research 35: 2805-2814.
Keywords: 5c, 7g

Valuing increments and decrements in natural resources service flows

Brookshire, D.S., A. Randall and J.R. Stoll, J. R. 1980. Valuing increments and decrements in natural resources service flows. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 62: 478-488. Keywords: 4t, 7a, 7g

Valuing non-market wildlife commodities: an evaluation and comparison of benefits and costs

Willis, K. G. 1990. Valuing non-market wildlife commodities: an evaluation and comparison of benefits and costs. Applied Economics 22: 13-30. Keywords: 7d, 7g

Valuing option, existence, and bequest demands for wilderness.

Walsh, R.G., J.B. Loomis and R.A.Gillman. 1984. Valuing option, existence, and bequest demands for wilderness. Land Economics 60: 14-29. Keywords: 4u, 7g,

Valuing rural recreation benefits: an empirical comparison of two approaches.

Hanley, N. 1989. Valuing rural recreation benefits: an empirical comparison of two approaches. Journal of Agricultural Economics Research 40: 361-374.
Keywords: 6a, 7d, 7g, 10

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 the preservation of Australia's Kakadu Conservation Zone

Carson, R.T., L. Wilks and D. Imber. 1994. Valuing the preservation of Australia's Kakadu Conservation Zone. Oxford Economic Papers 46: 727-749. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 8e, 10

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

Valuing wildlife in benefit-cost analyses: A case study involving endangered species

Boyle, K.J. and R.C. Bishop. 1987. Valuing wildlife in benefit-cost analyses: A case study involving endangered species. Water Resources Research 23: 943-950.
Keywords: 7g

What do we know about groundwater values? Preliminary implications from a meta analysis of contingent-valuation studies

Boyle, K.J., G.L. Poe and J.C. Bergstrom. 1994. What do we know about groundwater values? Preliminary implications from a meta analysis of contingent-valuation studies. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76: 1055-1061. Keywords: 4c, 7g

Willingness to pay for desert protection

Richer, J. 1995. Willingness to pay for desert protection. Contemporary Economic Policy 13: 93-104. Keywords: 6b, 7g, 10

Willingness to pay for improved water service in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil

Casey, J.F., J.R. Kahn and A. Rivas. 2006. Willingness to pay for improved water service in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. Ecological Economics 58: 365-372. Keywords: 6a, 7g, 10

Worth of watersheds: a producer surplus approach for valuing drought control in Eastern Indonesia

Pattanayak, S.K., and R. Kramer. 2001. Worth of watersheds: a producer surplus approach for valuing drought control in Eastern Indonesia. Environment and Development Economics 6(1): 123-145. Keywords: 4d, 6a, 7g, 10

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