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A quantitative review of ecosystem service studies: approaches, shortcomings and the road ahead
R Seppelt, CF Dormann, FV Eppink, S Lautenbach, S Schmidt
Journal of applied Ecology 48 (3), 630-636, 2011
The economics of valuing ecosystem services and biodiversity
U Pascual, R Muradian, L Brander, E Gómez-Baggethun, B Martín-López, ...
The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity: ecological and economic …, 2010
Modelling biodiversity and land use: urban growth, agriculture and nature in a wetland area
FV Eppink, JCJM van den Bergh, P Rietveld
Ecological Economics 51 (3-4), 201-216, 2004
Does proactive biodiversity conservation save costs?
M Drechsler, FV Eppink, F Wätzold
Biodiversity and Conservation 20 (5), 1045-1055, 2011
Drivers of heritage value: A meta-analysis of monetary valuation studies of cultural heritage
WCC Wright, FV Eppink
Ecological Economics 130, 277-284, 2016
Ecological theories and indicators in economic models of biodiversity loss and conservation: A critical review
FV Eppink, JCJM Van Den Bergh
Ecological economics 61 (2-3), 284-293, 2007
Are ecosystem service studies presenting the right information for decision making?
WCC Wright, FV Eppink, S Greenhalgh
Ecosystem Services 25, 128-139, 2017
Land management and ecosystem services how collaborative research programmes can support better policies
FV Eppink, A Werntze, S Mäs, A Popp, R Seppelt
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 21 (1), 55-63, 2012
Investing in ecological infrastructure
C Neßhöver, J Aronson, J Blignaut, F Eppink, A Vakrou, H Wittmer, ...
The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity in national and international …, 2011
A national riparian restoration programme in New Zealand: Is it value for money?
AJ Daigneault, FV Eppink, WG Lee
Journal of environmental management 187, 166-177, 2017
Aggregation and the matching of scales in spatial economics and landscape ecology: empirical evidence and prospects for integration
JE Vermaat, FV Eppink, JCJM van den Bergh, A Barendregt, J van Belle
Ecological Economics 52 (2), 229-237, 2005
Protecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications
A Waldron, V Adams, J Allan, A Arnell, G Asner, S Atkinson, A Baccini, ...
Campaign for Nature, 2020
The benefits to people of expanding Marine Protected Areas
L Brander, C Baulcomb, JAC van der Lelij, F Eppink, A McVittie, L Nijsten, ...
University of Amsterdam–IVM Institute for Environmental Studies, 2015
Spatial patterns of biodiversity conservation in a multiregional general equilibrium model
FV Eppink, CA Withagen
Resource and energy economics 31 (2), 75-88, 2009
GIS-based mapping of ecosystem services: The case of coral reefs
LM Brander, FV Eppink, P Schägner, PJH van Beukering, A Wagtendonk
Benefit Transfer of Environmental and Resource Values, 465-485, 2015
The global costs and benefits of expanding Marine Protected Areas
LM Brander, P van Beukering, L Nijsten, A McVittie, C Baulcomb, ...
Marine Policy 116, 103953, 2020
Internalising the costs of fragmentation and nutrient deposition in spatial planning: Extending a decision support tool for the Netherlands
FV Eppink, P Rietveld, JCJM van den Bergh, JE Vermaat, MJ Wassen, ...
Land Use Policy 25 (4), 563-578, 2008
Shedding light on the hidden costs of the Habitats Directive: the case of hamster conservation in Germany
FV Eppink, F Wätzold
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (4), 795-810, 2009
An initial assessment of the economic value of coastal and freshwater wetlands in West Asia
FV Eppink, LM Brander, AJ Wagtendonk
Land 3 (3), 557-573, 2014
Saving a national icon: preliminary estimation of the additional cost of achieving kiwi population stability or 2% growth
J Innes, FV Eppink, HA Robertson
Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua, 2015
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