Reports and publications

Eppink FV, Walsh PJ, MacDonald E 2021. Demographic and psychographic drivers of public acceptance of novel invasive pest control technologies. Ecology & Society 26:31.

Waldron A et al. 2020. Protecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications.

Eppink FV et al. 2020. Economic performance of active and passive AMD treatment systems under uncertainty: Case studies from the Brunner Coals Measures in New Zealand. Mine Water and the Environment 2020.

Brander LM et al. 2020. The global costs and benefits of expanding Marine Protected Areas. Marine Policy 116:103953.

Sarfraz H et al. 2019. External review of the Water Governance Domain 2010-2019. Islamabad, dev~consult, report for the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

Alam T, Eppink FV 2019. Engaging the private sector in a Sustainable Blue Economy for the United Arab Emirates. Dubai, Earth Matters Consulting, report for EN-WWF.

Eppink FV 2019. Socio-economic impact assessment of the Climate Plan of the UAE. Al Ain, UAEU National Water Center, report for MOCCAE.

Eppink FV, Hanley N, Tucker SJ 2019. How best to present complex ecosystem information in stated preference studies? Ecological Economics 158:20-25.

Eppink FV et al. 2017. Survey-based assessment of the cost of the 2015 flood in Sierra Leone. Auckland, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2751 for the Sierra Leone Environmental Protection Agency.

Wright WCC, Eppink FV, Greenhalgh SG 2017. Are ecosystem service studies presenting the right information for decision-making? Ecosystem Services 25:128-139.

Eppink FV 2017. Niue forest conservation and protected area management – financial instruments and resource mobilisation. Auckland, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2707 for the FAO.

Eppink FV et al. 2016. A national riparian restoration infrastructural network – is it value for money? Auckland, Landcare Research Policy Brief 15.

Daigneault AJ, Eppink FV, Lee WG 2017. Economic costs and environmental benefits of riparian restoration in New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Management 187:166-177.

Eppink FV, Wright W 2016. Scan of long-term environmental issues: land and biodiversity domains. Auckland, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2647 for the NZ Treasury.

Innes JG, Eppink FV, Anderson D 2016. Roles for ‘kōhanga’ in kiwi conservation – a review. Lincoln, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2504 for the Department of Conservation.

Eppink FV et al. 2016. Non-market values in a cost-benefit world: evidence from a choice experiment. PLoS ONE 11(10):e0165365.

Eppink FV, Awatere SA, Frame R 2016. Understanding the value of transport investment in historic and cultural heritage. NZ Transport Agency Research Report 601.

Wright WCC, Eppink FV 2016. Drivers of heritage value: A meta-analysis of monetary valuation studies of cultural heritage. Ecological Economics 130:277-284.

Innes JG, Eppink FV, Robertson H 2015. Saving a national icon: preliminary estimation of the additional cost of achieving kiwi population stability and growth. Lincoln, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2136 to The Kiwi Trust/Kiwis for kiwi.

Eppink FV, Greenhalgh S, Hart G 2015. An exploration of the impacts and dependencies of New Zealand’s key export commodities on the ecosystem services provided by New Zealand’s native ecosystems. Auckland, Landcare Research Contract Report LC2203 for the Department of Conservation.

Brander LM et al. 2015. The benefits to people of expanding Marine Protected Areas. Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies Report 15-05 for WWF.

Brander LM et al. 2015. GIS-based mapping of ecosystem service values: The case of coral reefs. In: RJ Johnston, J Rolfe, R Rosenberger, R Brouwer (Eds.), Benefit transfer of environmental and resource values: a guide for researchers and practitioners. Dordrecht, Springer.

Eppink FV, Brander LM, Wagtendonk AJ 2014. An initial assessment of the economic value of coastal and freshwater wetlands in West Asia. Land 3:557-573.

Eppink FV, Brander LM, Dang T 2014. Estimating and mainstreaming the economic value of dryland grasslands in Botswana, Burkina Faso, Mali and Morocco. Report to UNEP-ROA.

Eppink FV, Brander LM 2013. A preliminary assessment of the economic value of coastal and freshwater wetlands in West Asia and proposed steps towards full environmental-economic case studies. Report to UNEP-ROWA.

Werntze A et al. 2013. Wie in VerbundforschungsProgrammen integrative Landnutzungsstrategien erarbeitet werden können. Berichte – Geographie und Landskunde 87:277-293.

Brander LM, Eppink FV. 2012. The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Southeast Asia (ASEAN TEEB) scoping study. Los Baños, ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity.

Eppink FV et al. 2012. Land management and ecosystem services: How collaborative research programmes can support better policies. GAIA 21:55-63.

Drechsler M, Eppink FV, Wätzold F 2011. Does pro-active biodiversity conservation save costs? Biodiversity and Conservation 20:1045-1055.

Seppelt R et al. 2011. A quantitative review of ecosystem service studies: Approaches, shortcomings and the road ahead. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:630-638.

Sukhdev P, Eppink FV, Verma K 2011. Ecosystem services for sustainability: Valuable, vital and overlooked. Japan Spotlight Jan/Feb:3.

Pascual U et al. 2010. The economics of valuing ecosystem services and biodiversity. In: P. Kumar (ed.), The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity: The ecological and economic foundations. London, Earthscan. (Contributing author)

Weith T et al. 2010. Towards integration: Sustainable Land Management. a new German research funding measure. Local Land and Soil News 34/35 II/10:21-22.

Neßhöver C, Aronson J, Blignaut J 2009. Investing in ecological infrastructure. In: P ten Brink (ed.), The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity: For policy makers. (Contributing author)

Eppink FV, Withagen CA 2009. Spatial patterns of biodiversity conservation in a multiregional general equilibrium model. Resource and Energy Economics 31:75-88.

Eppink FV, Wätzold F 2009. Shedding light on the hidden costs of the Habitats Directive: The case of hamster conservation in Germany. Biodiversity and Conservation 18:795-810.

Eppink FV 2008. Ruimtelijke effecten van beprijzen milieueffecten. Landschap 2008/3:159-161.

Eppink FV et al. 2008. Internalising the costs of fragmentation and nutrient deposition in spatial planning: Extending a decision support tool for the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 25:563-578.

Eppink FV, Wätzold F 2007. Comparing visible and less visible costs of the Habitats Directive: the case of hamster conservation in Germany. Leipzig, UFZ Discussion Paper 8/2007.

Eppink FV 2007. Ruimtelijke ecologisch-economische analyses van biodiversiteitbehoud. Nieuwsbrief Milieu & Economie 21:13-14.

Eppink FV, van den Bergh JCJM 2007. Ecological theories in economic models of biodiversity loss and conservation: a critical review. Ecological Economics 61:284-293.

Eppink FV 2007. Space for species: Spatial ecological-economic analyses of biodiversity conservation. Amsterdam, VU University PhD thesis.

Vermaat JE et al. 2005. Aggregation and the matching of scales in spatial economics and landscape ecology: empirical evidence and prospects for integration. Ecological Economics 52:229-237.

Eppink FV, van den Bergh JCJM, Rietveld P 2004. An ecological-economic model of biodiversity and land use: urban growth, agriculture and nature in a wetland area. Ecological Economics 51:201-216.

Butter FAG den, Eppink FV 2003. The influence of labour flows on wage drift: An empirical analysis for the Netherlands. Applied Economics Letters 10:139-142.