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Social valuation of ecosystem services in an agricultural landscape: Empirical findings

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Social valuation of ecosystem services in an agricultural landscape : Empirical findings. / Demeyer, Rolinde; Turkelboom, Francis.

2015. Paper presented at European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) 2015: Transformations, Leeds, United Kingdom.

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Demeyer, R & Turkelboom, F 2015, 'Social valuation of ecosystem services in an agricultural landscape: Empirical findings', Paper presented at European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) 2015: Transformations, Leeds, United Kingdom, 30/06/15 - 3/07/15.

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Demeyer, R., & Turkelboom, F. (2015). Social valuation of ecosystem services in an agricultural landscape: Empirical findings. Paper presented at European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) 2015: Transformations, Leeds, United Kingdom.

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Demeyer, Rolinde ; Turkelboom, Francis. / Social valuation of ecosystem services in an agricultural landscape : Empirical findings. Paper presented at European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) 2015: Transformations, Leeds, United Kingdom.2 p.

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