Applications and Potential of Ecosystem Services Valuation within USDA - Advancing the Science (April 23-24, 2019)

 

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Dissanayake, Sahan, Andrew G. Meyer Incorporating Resource Use Conflicts And Beliefs On Future Status-Quo Outcomes Into Choice Experiment Analysis: Implications For The National Park Service

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Englin, Jeff, Octavio Valdez-Lafarga, Thomas Holmes, Jocelyn Aycrigg Social Change and Wilderness Demand

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English, Donald, Eric White, J.M. Bowker, Susan Winter Economic Effects of Recreation Use: the National Visitor Use Monitoring data

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Frey, Gregory, James L. Chamberlain Estimating the Value of Forests For Provisioning Non-Timber Forest Products

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Griffiths, Charles, Joel Corona, Todd Doley, Matt Massey, Chris Moore, Stephen Muela, Brenda Rashleigh, Will Wheeler, Stephen Whitlock, and Julie Hewitt Facilitating The Valuation Of Aquatic Ecosystem Services: Tool Integration And Multimetric Indicators Of Water Quality

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Guignet, Dennis, Matthew T. Heberling, Michael Papenfus, Olivia Griot, Ben Holland Property Values And Water Quality: A Nationwide Meta-Analysis And The Implications For Benefit-Transfer

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Hand, Michael, Lorie Srivastava, John Kim, José Sánchez Projecting The Provision And Value Of Water From National Forests In Southern California Under Ecological Change

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Hansen, LeRoy Ecosystem Service Values That Have Been Used In USDA Program Evaluations: How They Might 'Advance The Science'

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Hellerstein, Daniel Introduction: Why a Valuation Workshop - A Conservation of Agricultural Lands Perspective

Hochard, Jake, Randall Etheridge, Yuanhao Li, Ariane Peralta, Charles Sims Prioritizing Conservation Efforts To Support Human Health At The Rural-Urban Fringe

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Johnston, Robert, Dana Marie Bauer The Use of Meta-Analysis for Large-Scale Ecosystem Service Valuation: Progress, Prospects

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Kline, Jeff, Randall Bluffstone, John W. Coulston, Robert G. Haight, David N. Wear, Kathryn Zook Estimating The Value Of Carbon Sequestration In U.S. Forests, 2015-2050

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Kling, David, Sonja Kolstoe, Tu Nguyen Spatial Economics Of Citizen Science

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Kolstoe, Sonja, Trudy Cameron Hurry Up and Weight: Auxiliary Data to Improve Representativeness of Inference from Citizen Science Data

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Lohr, Luanne Introduction: Why a Valuation Workshop - A US Forest Service Perspective

Lupi, Frank, Bruno Basso, Cloe Garnache, Joseph A. Herriges, David Hyndman Agricultural Practices, Nutrient Pollution And The Value Of Freshwater Ecosystem Services

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Manning, Dale, Mani Rouhi Rad. Jordan Suter, Chris Goemans, Ryan Bailey, Zaichen Xiang The Economic Value Of Irrigated Land Retirement In The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program

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McDermott, Shana, David C. Finnoff, Jason F. Shogren, Christopher Kennedy When Does Natural Science Uncertainty Translate Into Economic Uncertainty? Insights For Ecosystem Service Valuation

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Meya, Jasper, Moritz A. Drupp Structural Benefit Transfer For The Valuation Of Ecosystem Services

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Michaud, Clayton, Shadi S. Atallah, Ju Chin Huang, Karen P. Bennett, Jessica Leahy Valuing Forest Disturbance Management In Heterogeneous Landscapes

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Segerson, Kathleen The Use of ESVs In USDA: An Overview of The Barriers And The Prospects

von Haefen, Roger The Use of Big Data in ESVs

Warziniack, Travis, Charles Sims Is Risk Diversification a Justification for Providing Multiple Ecosystem Services?

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Zhang, Wendong, Brent Sohngen, Yilan Xu, Hocheol Jeon Willingness To Pay For Water Quality By Lake Erie Recreational Anglers: A Combined Revealed-Stated Preference Approach

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