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- Birkenbach, Anna M., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Environmental and resource economics 2020 v.75 no.3 pp. 631-655
- bioeconomic models; demersal fish; fisheries; markets; mathematical models
- ... Fishers face multidimensional decisions: when to fish, what species to target, and how much gear to deploy. Most bioeconomic models assume single-species fisheries with perfectly elastic demand and focus on inter-seasonal dynamics. In real-world fisheries, vessels hold quotas for multiple species with heterogeneous biological and/or market conditions that vary intra-seasonally. We analyze within-s ...
- Birkenbach, Anna M., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2015 v.112 no.24 pp. 7414-7419
- biodiversity; climate; conservation areas; data collection; demography; developing countries; ecosystem services; environmental impact; forests; human health; humans; issues and policy; land use; natural capital; public health; Amazonia; Brazil
- ... The claim that nature delivers health benefits rests on a thin empirical evidence base. Even less evidence exists on how specific conservation policies affect multiple health outcomes. We address these gaps in knowledge by combining municipal-level panel data on diseases, public health services, climatic factors, demographics, conservation policies, and other drivers of land-use change in the Braz ...
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