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6 August 2017

Schöttker, Oliver and Wätzold, Frank (2017): Cost-effectiveness of buying land for conservation versus paying land-users for conservation measures – the case of preserving an oligotrophic lake in a Natura 2000 area in North Germany.

1 December 2017

Markova-Nenova, Nonka and Wätzold, Frank (2017): Fairness to dairy cows or fairness to farmers: What counts more in the preferences of conventional milk buyers for ethical attributes of milk? Published in: Land Use Policy , Vol. 79, (2018): pp. 223-239.

13 December 2017

Gerling, Charlotte and Sturm, Astrid and Wätzold, Frank (2017): The impact of organic farming on endangered birds and butterflies: applying an ecological-economic model.

18 December 2018

Nthambi, Mary and Wätzold, Frank and Markova-Nenova, Nonka (2018): Quantifying benefit losses from poor governance of climate change adaptation projects: A discrete choice experiment with farmers in Kenya.

12 August 2019

Gerling, Charlotte and Wätzold, Frank (2019): Evaluating policy instruments for the conservation of biodiversity in a changing climate. Published in: Conservation Biology , Vol. 35, No. 3 (3 September 2020): pp. 824-833.

10 September 2020

Hao, Zhengzheng and Sturm, Astrid and Wätzold, Frank (2020): A novel spatially explicit hydro-economic modelling procedure to design cost-effective agri-environment schemes for mitigating nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural land.

15 September 2020

Gerling, Charlotte and Strum, Astrid and Wätzold, Frank (2020): The impact of climate change on the profit-maximising timing of grassland use and conservation costs.

16 December 2020

Markova-Nenova, Nonka and Wätzold, Frank and Sturm, Astrid (2020): Distributional Impacts of Cost-effective Spatially Homogeneous and Regionalized Agri-Environment Payments. A case study of a Grassland Scheme in Saxony, Germany.

13 January 2021

Schöttker, Oliver and Wätzold, Frank (2021): Climate change and the cost-effective governance mode for biodiversity conservation.

27 January 2021

Gerling, Charlotte and Drechsler, Martin and Keuler, Klaus and Leins, Johannes A. and Radtke, Kai and Schulz, Björn and Sturm, Astrid and Wätzold, Frank (2021): Cost-effective conservation in the face of climate change: combining ecological-economic modelling and climate science for the cost-effective spatio-temporal allocation of conservation measures in agricultural landscapes. Published in: Q Open , Vol. 2, No. 1 (16 February 2022)


Schöttker, Oliver and Hütt, Christoph and Jauker, Frank and Witt, Johanna and Bareth, Georg and Wätzold, Frank (2022): Monitoring costs of result-based payments for biodiversity conservation: Will UAV-based remote sensing be the game-changer?

25 July 2022

Gerling, Charlotte and Drechsler, Martin and Keuler, Klaus and Sturm, Astrid and Wätzold, Frank (2022): Time to consider the timing of conservation measures: designing cost-effective agri-environment schemes under climate change.

February 2023

Markova-Nenova, Nonka and Engler, Jan O. and Cord, Anna F. and Wätzold, Frank (2023): Will passive acoustic monitoring make result-based payments more attractive? A cost comparison with human observation for farmland bird monitoring. Published in: Conservation Science and Practice (August 2023)

30 September 2023

Manhique, Henrique and Wätzold, Frank (2023): Effects of Institutional Setting on Value Estimates of Stated Preference Surveys in Developing Economies: A Discrete Choice Experiment on Conserving Biodiversity in The Cape Floristic Region.

8 January 2024

Sturm, Astrid and Schöttker, Oliver and Kadir, Karmand and Wätzold, Frank (2024): SMIBe – Konzept eines softwarebasiertes Mehrebenen-Informationssystem für Behörden zur digitalen Erfassung und Evaluierung von beweidungsbezogenen AUKM.

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