Call for papers: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being. The goal is to provide meaningful information for policymakers and resource managers about the economic significance of coastal resources for planning and restoration. Here is the link:  //www.mdpi.com/journal/water/special_issues/Coastal_economics_ecosystem.

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Call for papers: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being. The goal is to provide meaningful information for policymakers and resource managers about the economic significance of coastal resources for planning and restoration.

2018 100

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Call for papers extended to May 3: Special Issue on "Coastal Resources Economics and Ecosystem Valuation" in the journal Water

Environmental Economics

Update from Wally Milon (March 7, 2019):  We have extended the deadline for the special issue of Water on Coastal Resource Economics and Ecosystem Valuation to May 3, 2019. This Special Issue will focus on original research into the application of economic valuation methods to understand and measure the contribution of coastal resources and ecosystems to human well-being.

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Challenges of Natural Resource Economics and Policy | 5th National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems

Environmental Economics

It is the sort of conference where an economics paper focuses more on the economics than the statistics. Challenges of Natural Resource Economics and Policy 5th National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems March 20-22, 2016 • New Orleans, LA • Royal Sonesta Hotel. Understanding both the market and non-market values of water, wetlands, fisheries, and other ecosystem-based goods and services is critical to efficient policy development.

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Research experience for undergraduates

Environmental Economics

There will be an AERE-sponsored session on this topic at the Southern Economic Association meetings in November. Here From the introduction to volume 1 of the Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics at Colby by the editor,  Sahan T. Dissanayake : Welcome to the first issue of the Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics at Colby (JEREC), an open access peer-reviewed journal publishing articles authored and peer reviewed by undergraduate students.

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Field Research--Invasive species

Environmental Economics

  So uopn my return to snowy Ohio, I looked up the Marine Park website and saw this: Economic costs from invasive species can occur through loss of. When economic costs. biodiversity, and loss of ecosystem services, costs from impacts of.

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Environmental Economics: YES!

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Research: Can Restoring Oyster Reefs Combat Nitrogen Pollution?

Nature Conservancy - Science

This question is being answered by research conducted at the Conservancy’s Virginia Coast Reserve. The area directly offshore from Oyster provides an ideal setting for that research. Could restoring oyster reefs combat nitrogen pollution?

Nutcrackers, Whitebark Pine, and a Bond That Holds an Ecosystem Together

Nature Conservancy - Science

Her doctoral work here in Wyoming’s Bridger–Teton National Forest—just east of Grand Teton National Park and smack in the middle of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem—has included 76 radio-tagged nutcrackers. Birds & Birding NatureTech Birds Forests Research Technology

Environmental Economics: Congratulations Jill!

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Environmental Economics: Rock snot*

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Environmental Economics: uFollow

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What makes an entrepreneurial ecosystem?

The Green Changemakers

In other words, we operate our own proprietary ecosystem, designed to defeat toxic startup environments and to build scalable businesses. TheFamily — building our own private ecosystem against a toxic environment ‘Ecosystem’ : the problem is that the very term has become a bit of a cliché.

Environmental Economics: Today's description of environmental and.

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Environmental Economics: How is economics like Fight Club?

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AJAE's virtual issue on environmental economics

Environmental Economics

In this virtual issue of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics , we highlight recent research on agri-environmental issues. Barely discussed in the literature twenty years ago, articles that focus on agri-environmental issues are now prominent in the agricultural economics research agenda. Go here: https://academic.oup.com/ajae/pages/environmental_economics_vi. James Vercammen ( AJAE Editor).

Researching the deep of the sea with “Deep Heart” station

Green Prophet

Still, the ecological, physical and chemical processes underlying marine ecosystems remain largely unknown. First anchored in January 2017, scientists have placed, a first-of-its-kind deep-sea research station (named DeepLev) some three hours sailing distance from Haifa in northern Israel.

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Environmental Economics: Four paragraphs that explain how Libya.

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Environmental Economics: More on bigfoot

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Environmental Economics: My shiny forehead

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Environmental Economics: The simple economics of alternative fuels

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Environmental Economics: Raising gas prices in Marion, NC

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Environmental Economics: How I am similar to Greg Mankiw

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Environmental Economics: Do you remember your first conference.

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Environmental Economics: When males write the faculty anti.

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Book Review: Capitalizing on Nature- Ecosystems as Natural Assets

Green Prophet

“Nature has provided ecosystems and their benefits to us for free… perhaps because this capital has been provided freely to us, we humans have tended to view it as limitless, abundant, and thus perhaps always available for our use, exploitation, and conversion.” (p.3).

Environmental Economics: I'm at the Broyhill

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Environmental Economics: Free market environmentalism and Coase

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Environmental Economics: My name is Kingof Socks

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Call for Papers | Marine Resource Economics | Special Issue on Attribute Non-Attendance

Environmental Economics

Marine Resource Economics. Special Issue on Attribute Non-Attendance in Choice Experiments of Marine Ecosystem Goods and Services.   Stated preference discrete choice experiments (DCE) are increasingly being used by researchers seeking to understand consumer preferences and values in environmental economics, transportation, health, and marketing.  The editors seek case studies focused on marine ecosystem goods and services. Call for Papers.

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Environmental Economics: Quote of the day ;->

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Marketing Oysters in the Delaware Bay: Top 5 Insights

Nature Conservancy - Science

Well, the research has important implications for nature and people, including the livelihoods of oystermen, funding sources for oyster restoration in bays along the east coast, and improved water quality for recreational visitors, commercial fisherman, and wildlife that lives there.

Environmental Economics: Quote of the day

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Environmental Economics: Picture of the day

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Environmental Economics: What I did today

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Environmental Economics: Daily demand and supply: Earthquake.

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Environmental Economics: Are we still relevant?

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Environmental Economics: Picture of the day

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Ecosystem services and poverty alleviation

The Green Changemakers

[link] by Garry Peterson Ecosystem services for poverty alleviation ( ESPA ) is an exciting new research programme funded by a consortium of development and science agencies in the UK. I’m on ESPA’s international advisory board and they asked me for some thoughts on the ecosystem service science. The success of this idea has lead to many “payment for ecosystem service” schemes, which are now being implemented or are being discussed. Management Poverty Ecology Researc

Maintaining Healthy Forests Takes More than Planting Trees

Nature Conservancy - Science

Forest managers are researching strategies that can keep forests resilient under multiple stressors so that they can continue to provide habitat for wildlife, clean air, clean water, carbon storage, and, yes, timber far into the future.

Environmental Economics: Poking holes in Ohio State Parks

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Fungi Could Clean Pollution, Give Fuel and Food: Egypt Research

Green Prophet

Ahmed Abdel Azim and his team at Suez Canal University advance research in mycology (fungi). In an interview with Green Prophet, Abdel Azim reveals some of the many research projects which could help tackle waste and soil pollution, fuel scarcity and food security in the Arab world.

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Environmental Economics: Join the fishery management team today!

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