Modelling the impacts of the water framework directive

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Policy and Practice Note
Policy and Practice Note 2
PI: Ian Bateman, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
Dates: 01/01/2006 - 29/10/2010
 
Modelling the impacts of the Water Framework Directive brings together hydrology, economics and other disciplines to examine both the physical impacts of the EU Water Framework Directive upon rivers and how the changes in land use needed to achieve a reduction in pollutants in water are likely to impact upon already fragile farming communities. A variety of innovative techniques are applied to attempt to value the likely benefits of improving outdoor water quality.

Data created

Outdoor recreation preference survey
Structured survey of waterside recreational visitors, in particular anglers, exploring preferences and associated economic values for likely changes to the water environment arising from EU Water Framework Directive implementation.

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Data type: Quantitative
Data format: MS Excel
Sample size: 1100 respondents and households
Country: Great Britain
Status: Data released

Publications and outputs

Article (28)
Reducing gain-loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment valuing land use change
Ian Bateman; Simon Jude; Brett H. Day; Andrew P. Jones
09/09/2010

Procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one-half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method
Ian J. Bateman; Stavros Georgiou; Brett H. Day; Diane P. Dupont
09/09/2010

Declines in phosphorus concentration in the upper River Thames (UK) : links to sewage effluent cleanup and extended end-member mixing analysis
Colin Neal
13/09/2010

Learning design contingent valuation (LDCV) : NOAA guidelines, preference learning and coherent arbitrariness
Ian Bateman; W.G. Hutchinson; D. Burgess; D.I. Matthews
07/10/2010

Integrated assessment of water framework directive nitrate reduction measures
Carlo Fezzi; Ian J. Bateman; Dan Rigby; Michael Hutchins; Paulette Posen; David Hadley
09/09/2010

Which offers more scope to suppress river phytoplankton blooms : reducing nutrient pollution or riparian shading?
M. Hutchins; S. Comber; D. Boorman; A. Deflandre-Vlandas; P. Posen; A.C. Johnson
21/10/2010

Performance benchmarking linked diffuse and in-stream water quality models
M.G. Hutchins; A. Deflandre; D.B. Boorman
13/08/2009

How do river Nitrate concentrations respond to changes in land-use? : a modelling case study of headwaters in the river Derwent catchment, North Yorkshire, UK
Michael Hutchins; Paulette E. Posen; Colin Neal; Helen N. Davies; Amelie Deflandre-Vlandas
13/09/2010

Ordering anomalies in choice experiments
Brett Day; Jose-Luis Pinto Prades
09/09/2010

Analysing the agricultural costs and non-market benefits of implementing the Water Framework Directive
Ian Julian Bateman; Brett H. Day; Mervyn Lewis; Michael Hutchins; Andrew A. Lovett; Amelie Deflandre; Stavros Georgiou; Helen Davies; Salvatore Di Falco; Dan Rigby; Andrew P. Jones; Paulette Posen; Colin Neal; R. Kerry Turner; David Hadley; Roy Brouwer; Graham Leeks; David Kay
03/06/2007

Nitrate concentrations in river waters of the upper Thames and its tributaries
Colin Neal; Margaret Neal; Helen Jarvie; Linda Hill; Heather Wickham
22/10/2008

Decoy effects in choice experiments and contingent valuation : asymmetric dominance
Ian Bateman; A. Munro; G.L. Poe
07/10/2010

Chlorophyll-a in the rivers of eastern England
Colin Neal; John Hilton; Heather Wickham; Margaret Neal; Andrew Wade
22/10/2008

Estimating nutrient concentrations from catchment characteristics across the UK
Helen Davies; Colin Neal
22/10/2008

Decoy effects in choice experiments and contingent valuation : asymmetric dominance
Ian J. Bateman; Gregory L. Poe; Alistair Munro
31/10/2008

Estimating the range of economic impacts on farms of nutrient leaching reduction policies
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Dan Rigby; David Hadley; Ian Bateman
23/10/2008

The aggregation of environmental benefit values : welfare measures, distance decay and total WTP
Ian Bateman; Stavros Georgiou; Brett Day; Iain Lake
23/10/2008

Decreasing boron concentrations in UK rivers : insights into reductions in detergent formulations since the 1990s and within-catchment storage issues
Colin Neal; Sarah Thacker; Margaret Neal; Sarah Harman; Michael C. Harrass; Philip Rowland; Colin Vincent; Heather Wickham; Richard J. Williams; Helen P. Jarvie; Michael J. Bowes
13/09/2010

Issues of diffuse pollution model complexity arising from performance benchmarking
M Hutchins; A Deflandre; c Dilks; H Davies
22/10/2008

Bringing the real world into economic analyses of land use value : incorporating spatial complexity
Ian Bateman
07/10/2010

Water quality, nutrients and the water framework directive in an agricultural region : the lower Humber Rivers, northern England
Colin Neal; Margaret Neal; Helen Davies
31/10/2008

Predicting microbial pollution concentrations in UK rivers in response to land use change
Danyel Hampson; Philip Jones; Ian Bateman; Joseph Tzanopoulos; Carlo Fezzi; David Kay; Paulette Posen; Carl Stapleton; Mark Wyer; John Crowther
10/10/2010

Predicting phosphorus concentrations in British rivers resulting from the introduction of improved phosphorus removal from sewage effluent
Michael J. Bowes; Helen N. Davies; Jim T. Smith; Colin Neal; Helen P. Jarvie
09/09/2010

Household versus individual valuation : what’s the difference?
Ian Bateman; A. Munro
07/10/2010

Cost-effective mitigation of diffuse pollution : setting criteria for river basin management at multiple locations
Mike Hutchins; Amelie Deflandre-Vlandas; Carlo Fezzi; Ian Bateman; Paulette Posen
13/09/2010

Analysis of the QUESTOR water quality model using a Fourier amplitude sensitivity test (FAST) for two UK rivers
A. Deflandre; J. Mirab; D.B. Boormana; F.J. Elorzab; R.J. Williamsa
13/09/2010

Integrated hydro-economic modelling : approaches, key issues and future research directions
Roy Brouwer; Marjan Hofkes
13/09/2010

Identifying the catchment size at which robust estimations of agricultural land use can be made, and implications for diffuse pollution modelling
Paulette Posen; Helen Davies; Michael Hutchins; Andrew Lovett
22/03/2011

Conference paper (58)
The impact of climate change on agriculture : a Panel Ricardian analysis using AMMs
Carlo Fezzi
09/09/2010

Saving Sumatra’s species : combining ecology & economics to maximise conservation efficiency within oil palm plantations
Ian Bateman; Carlo Fezzi; Emma Coombes; D. Glew; Brett Day; B. Fisher; E. Fitzherbert; S. Ferrini; R. Naidoo
14/10/2010

The costs of cleaner water : farming, nitrates and policy
Eric Audsley; Ian Bateman; Dan Rigby; Paulette Posen; Kerry Pearn; Mike Hutchins
12/09/2010

Scenario realism and welfare estimates in choice experiments : evidence from a study on implementation of the European Water Framework Directive in Denmark
M. Kataria; B. Hasler; J. Ladenburg; S. Hime; L. Martinsen; A. Dubgaard; C.J Nissen; G. Levin; Ian Bateman; T. Christensen
14/10/2010

Integrated and spatially explicit modelling of the economic value of complex environmental change and its knock-on effects
Ian Bateman
12/09/2010

Integrating models of agriculture and water quality to identify cost-effective water framework directive nitrate reduction measures
Emma Coombes
09/09/2010

Household versus individual valuation : what’s the difference?
Ian Julian Bateman; Alistair Munro
17/10/2010

An assessment of the non-market benefits of the water framework directive for households in England and Wales
P. Metcalfe; J. East; R.T. Carson; S. Butler; B. Baker; K. Andrews; Y. Gueron; G. Atkinson; Ian Bateman
14/10/2010

Interpolating land use data to hydrological units : implications for diffuse pollution modelling
Paulette Posen
12/09/2010

Preferences : from construction to discovery?
Ian Bateman; P. Wang; A. Munro; S. Dent; A.P. Jones; G.L. Poe; C. Starmer; D. Burgess; J. Mawby; D. Dupont; Brett Day; W.G. Hutchinson; P. Slovic; S. Georgiou; J. Louviere; S. Morimoto
07/10/2010

A structural model of agricultural land use for predicting the impacts of policy changes
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Ian J. Bateman; Dan Rigby
07/10/2010

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) valuing land use change
Ian J. Bateman; Andrew P. Jones; Simon Jude; Brett H. Day
05/10/2010

Incentive compatibility and procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one-half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method : distinguishing strategic behaviour from the anchoring heuristic
Ian Bateman; D. Dupont; S. Georgiou; B. Day
17/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling of WFD impacts upon rural land use and farm incomes
Paulette Posen
07/10/2010

An econometric model of agricultural land use for predicting policy change impacts : a case study examining implementation of the Water Framework Directive in the UK
Ian Julian Bateman; Carlo Fezzi; Dan Rigby; Paulette Posen; Brett Day; Brendan Fisher
19/10/2010

Assigning confidence limits to outputs from a nitrate leaching model : a case study from the River Ure catchment, UK
P. Posen; M. Hutchins; A. Lovett; H. Davies
21/10/2010

A joint model of use and non-use values of environmental resources combining stated and revealed preference methods
Brett Day; Silvia Ferrini; Posen Paulette; Carlo Fezzi; Ian Bateman; Sian Morse-Jones; Stephanie Hime
05/10/2010

Valuing X (when X is unknown) : can experimental economics improve the valuation of environmental preferences?
Ian Bateman
05/10/2010

The Ricardian approach with panel data and flexible functional form : an additive mixed model applied to England and Wales farmland values
Carlo Fezzi; Wolfram Schlenker; Ian Bateman
09/09/2010

Integrated assessment of water framework directive nitrate reduction measures
Carlo Fezzi; M Hutchins; Ian Julian Bateman; Paulette Posen; David Hadley; D. Rigby
17/10/2010

The existence (and measurement) of existence values reconsidered
Ian Bateman
05/10/2010

Predicting microbial pollution concentrations in UK rivers in response to land use change
D.I. Hampson
12/09/2010

Land use and water quality : integrating models of agriculture and river biology
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Ian Julian Bateman; Amy Binner
17/10/2010

Land use and water quality - how confident are our predictions under the WFD?
Paulette Posen
12/09/2010

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) of land use change
Ian Bateman; S. Jude; A.P. Jones; B. Day
14/10/2010

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) of land use change
Ian Julian Bateman; Andy P. Jones; Brett Day; Simon Jude
17/10/2010

Structural agricultural land use modelling
Carlo Fezzi; Ian Bateman
14/10/2010

Learning design contingent valuation (LDCV) : NOAA guidelines, preference learning and coherent arbitrariness
Ian Bateman; W.G. Hutchinson; D. Burgess; D.I. Matthews
05/10/2010

Developing and testing an agricultural land use model for predicting the impact of policy change : a case study examining implementation of the Water Framework Directive
Carlo Fezzi; Dan Rigby; Paulette Posen; Ian J. Bateman; Brett Day
07/10/2010

Integrated and spatially explicit modelling of the economic value of complex environmental change and its knock-on effects
Ian Julian Bateman; Amy Binner; Silvia Ferrini; Michael Hutchins; Paulette Posen; Paulo A.L.D. Nunes; Carlo Fezzi; Emma Coombes; Brett Day
19/10/2010

Valuation and optimal targeting of land use change policies
Ian Julian Bateman
05/10/2010

Can we incorporate biodiversity values into decision making?
Ian Julian Bateman
17/10/2010

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) of land use change
Ian Julian Bateman; Brett Day; Andy P. Jones; S. Jude
17/10/2010

A structural model of agricultural land use for predicting the impact of policy change
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Ian Bateman; Dan Rigby
23/10/2008

Incentive compatibility and procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one-half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method : distinguishing strategic behaviour from the anchoring heuristic
Ian Julian Bateman; Stavros Georgiou; Diane Dupont; Brett Day
17/10/2010

Preference learning versus coherent arbitrariness : NOAA guidelines with a learning design contingent valuation (LDCV)
Ian Bateman
07/10/2010

Investigating willingness to pay : willingness to accept asymmetry in choice experiments
Allan Provins; R. Scarpa; Bruno Lanz; Ece Ozdemiroglu; Ian Bateman; Ken G. Willis
14/10/2010

The future for water quality
Ian Bateman
14/09/2010

Investigating willingness to pay : willingness to accept asymmetry in choice experiments
Bruno Lanz; Riccardo Scarpa; Allan Provins; Ian Bateman; Ken G. Willis
14/10/2010

Land use and water quality : an integrated econometric framework for agriculture and river biology
Ian Bateman; A. Binner; Paulette Posen; Carlo Fezzi
14/10/2010

How can marketing theory be applied to policy design to deliver on sustainable agriculture in England?
Sandra A. Barns; R. Lourey; H. Murdoch; B.E. Willoughby; G. Kaine
14/10/2010

Developing an interdisciplinary tool for analyzing alternative WFD implementation strategies : the ChREAM project
Ian Bateman
12/09/2010

Benefits of reducing microbial river pollution
Danyel Hampson; Andrew Lovett; Ian Bateman
10/10/2010

Quantifying and valuing the non-market benefits of water quality improvements across Europe for the WFD
I.J. Bateman; R. Sceponaviciute; S. Ferrini; I. Liekens; M. Schaafsma; L. De Nocker; D. Semeniene; S. Navrud; D.N. Barton; A. Dubgaard; B. Hasler; R. Brouwer; S. Hime
05/10/2010

The aggregation of environmental benefit values : welfare measures, distance decay and total WTP
Ian Julian Bateman; Stavros Georgiou; Iain Lake; Brett Day
17/10/2010

Preference learning versus coherent arbitrariness : NOAA guidelines or a learning design contingent valuation (LDCV)
Ian Julian Bateman; W. George Hutchinson; Diane Burgess; David I. Matthews
17/10/2010

Structural agricultural land use modelling
Carol Fezzi; Ian J. Bateman
05/10/2010

Robust interpolation of agricultural census data to hydrological units and implications for diffuse pollution modelling
Paulette Posen
30/10/2008

Making benefit transfers work : transferring theoretically derived, spatially explicit, value functions for the non-market benefits of water quality improvements across Europe
Ian Bateman; R. Sceponaviciute; D. Semeniene; S. Ferrini; R. Brouwer; A. Dubgaard; D. Barton; M. Schaafsma; Carlo Fezzi; A. Binner; B. Day
14/10/2010

Analyzing WFD impacts using a multinonomial logit land use model
Carlo Fezzi; Ian J. Bateman; Paulette Posen; Dan Rigby; Brett Day
15/09/2010

Choice set awareness and ordering effects in choice experiments
R. Carson; D. Dupont; R. Scarpa; B. Day; P. Wang; J. Louviere; S. Morimoto; Ian Bateman
05/10/2010

Preference learning versus coherent arbitrariness : NOAA guidelines or a Learning Design Contingent Valuation (LDCV)
Ian Julian Bateman; W. George Hutchinson; David I. Matthews; Diane Burgess
19/10/2010

Spatial heterogeneity of nitrate dynamics as illustrated in catchment hydrological modelling studies
Michael Hutchins; Paulette Posen; Helen Davies; C. Dilks; A. Deflandre
07/10/2010

Investigating willingness to pay : willingness to accept asymmetry in choice experiments
Bruno Lanz; Ece Ozdemiroglu; Ken Willis; Allan Provins; Ian Bateman; Ken G. Willis
17/10/2010

Robust interpolation of agricultural census data to hydrological units and implications for diffuse pollution modelling
Paulette Posen; Andrew Lovett; Helen Davies; Michael Hutchins
23/10/2008

Testing the fundamental assumption of choice experiments : are values absolute or relative?
Tiziana Luisetti; R. Kerry Turner; Ian Julian Bateman
17/10/2010

Guidelines for designing and implementing transferable non-market valuation studies : a multi-country study of water quality improvements
Ian Julian Bateman
06/10/2010

Structural agricultural land use modelling
Carlo Fezzi; Ian Julian Bateman
05/10/2010

Presentation (45)
Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM)
Ian Bateman; N/A Welsh Assembly Government
27/10/2008

Which crops will we grow in the future?
Ian Bateman; N/A CSERGE
15/09/2010

The ecosystem services approach to economic planning : is there a role for economics in biodiversity conservation?
Ian Bateman; N/A University of Cambridge
05/10/2010

Using geographical information systems (GIS) and virtual reality (VR) to bring the environment into economic analyses
I. Bateman; N/A Environment Waikato; A.P. Jones; I. Lake; S. Jude; B. Day; A. Lovett
17/10/2010

Using geographical information systems (GIS) and virtual reality (VR) to bring the environment into economic analyses
Ian Bateman; I. Lake; S. Jude; N/A University of Lincoln; A.P. Jones; A. Lovett; B. Day
17/10/2010

Integrated modelling of WFD impacts upon rural land use and farm incomes
Paulette Posen; N/A ChREAM
03/06/2007

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management : ChREAM
Paulette Posen; N/A RELU; Local Authority Research Council Initiative (LARCI); Northern Rural Network
12/06/2007

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : changes in agricultural land use
Ian Bateman; N/A CSERGE; Dan Rigby
14/09/2010

Land use modelling and optimal targeting of policy
Ian Bateman; N/A Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra); Carlo Fezzi
17/10/2010

AquaMoney - UK case study : integrating revealed and stated preference approaches to valuing benefits of the water framework directive
Ian Bateman; B. Day; N/A AquaMoney
17/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling of WFD impacts upon rural land use and farm incomes
Michael Hutchins; Helen Davies; Colin Neal; Amelie Deflandre-Vlandas; N/A CSERGE
14/09/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling and valuation of WFD impacts upon rural land use, farm incomes and the water environment
Ian Bateman; N/A CSERGE
14/09/2010

Background and proposed methodology
Ian Bateman; N/A UK National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA)
17/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling of WFD impacts upon rural land use and farm incomes
Paulette Posen; N/A Breckland Council
15/09/2010

Integrated assessment of Water Framework Directive nitrate reduction measures
Carlo Fezzi; N/A EAERE; Ian Bateman; Dan Rigby; Mike Hutchins; David Hadley; Paulette Posen
27/10/2008

Modelling and valuing the impacts of the water framework directive
Ian Bateman; N/A UKWIR
27/10/2008

Evaluating valuation : separating discovered from constructed preferences
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A Department of Economics, University College
05/10/2010

Valuing the unknown : separating discovered from constructed preferences
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, University of Reading
05/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM)
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A University of East Anglia
19/10/2010

Valuing environmental costs and benefits
Ian Bateman; N/A University of East Anglia & London School of Economics
17/10/2010

Modelling land use and water quality - how confident can we be?
Paulette Posen; N/A School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
15/09/2010

Structural agricultural land use modelling
Carlo Fezzi; N/A Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, University of Reading; Ian J. Bateman
07/10/2010

A common approach for valuing water quality across the EU
Ian Bateman; N/A EU Water Framework Directive
05/10/2010

Proposals for a trans-EU common design aquamoney study
Ian Bateman; N/A University of Bologna
17/10/2010

Integrated modelling of WFD impacts upon rural land use and farm incomes
Paulette Posen; N/A Moors for the Future
27/10/2008

A transferable methodology for valuing non market preferences for the environment
Ian Bateman; Carlo Fezzi; Brett Day; Paulette Posen; Silvia Ferrini; Stephanie Hime; N/A Corvinus University
27/10/2008

Progress to a common study design : a common approach across Belgium, Denmark, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom
Ian Bateman; N/A EU Water Framework Directive
05/10/2010

Using geographical information systems (GIS) and virtual reality (VR) to bring the environment into economic analyses
Ian Bateman; A. Lovett; A.P. Jones; I. Lake; N/A University of Auckland; B. Day; S. Jude
17/10/2010

The way forward
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA)
17/10/2010

Agricultural transitions pillar scoping study : agricultural transitions in Eastern England
A. Lovett; T. Luisetti; B. Fisher; K. Turner; B. Emerson; M. Ambrose; M. Bancroft; B. Day; D. Hadley; J. Snape; N/A Earth and Life Systems Alliance (ELSA); A. Smith; A. Grant; D. Laurie; S. Griffiths; M. Ambrose; S. Dorling; Ian Bateman; J. Burgess; P. Nicholson
17/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling and valuation of WFD impacts upon rural land use, farm incomes and the water environment
Brett Day; N/A CSERGE
14/09/2010

Stated preferences : from construction to discovery?
Ian Bateman; A. Munro; D. Matthews; S. Georgiou; N/A Economics Department, University of Manchester; G. Poe; D. Burgess; B. Day; D. Dupont; W.G. Hutchinson
17/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : summary and the way ahead
Ian Bateman; N/A CSERGE
14/09/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : updating land use information for catchment modelling
Andrew Lovett; Paulette Posen; N/A CSERGE
14/09/2010

Valuing environmental preferences : new tools for policy appraisal
Ian Bateman; A. Lovett; S. Jude; B. Day; A.P. Jones; N/A Defra
17/10/2010

Preferences : from construction to discovery?
I. Bateman; I. Bateman; N/A Waikato Management School
17/10/2010

An agricultural land use model for predicting the impact of policy change
Carlo Fezzi; Ian Bateman; Paulette Posen; N/A UKNEE; Dan Rigby; Brett Day
27/10/2008

Analyzing water framework directive impacts using a multinomial logit land use model
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Ian Bateman; Dan Rigby; Brett Day; N/A EAAE
27/10/2008

Modelling the full effects of policy, market or environmental change
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A University of East Anglia
05/10/2010

Valuing X (when X is unknown) : can experimental economics improve the valuation of environmental preferences?
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, University of Reading
05/10/2010

Land use modelling, valuation and optimal targeting of policy
Ian Bateman; N/A The UK Foresight Programme
17/10/2010

Aquamoney : UK study
Ian Bateman; Stephanie Hime; Paulette Posen; Carlo Fezzi; N/A EU Water Framework Directive; Sylvia Ferrini; Brett Day
05/10/2010

Valuing spatially dispersed environmental goods : a structural and econometric model
Ian Bateman; Paulette Posen; Sian Morse-Jones; N/A EAERE; Silvia Ferrini; Brett Day; Carlo Fezzi; Stephanie Hime
28/10/2008

Valuing the unknown : new approaches for eliciting preferences from those who don’t know they have them!
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A Economics Department, University of Birmingham
05/10/2010

A structural model of agricultural land use for predicting the impact of policy change
Carlo Fezzi; N/A EAERE; Paulette Posen; Dan Rigby; Ian Bateman
27/10/2008

Other output (1)
Catchment hydrology, Resources, Economics and Management (ChREAM) : research on rural resource management and the rural economy : addressing the local and regional dimension
Paulette Posen; Graham Leeks; Mervyn Lewis; Andrew Lovett; Colin Neal; Julian Andrews; Tim Jickells; Andy Jones; Kerry Turner; Brett Day; Ian Bateman; Michael Hutchins; Helen Davies; Amelie Deflandre; Roy Brouwer; Rodney Beard; David Kay; Dan Rigby
27/10/2008

Book chapter (7)
Investigating willingness to pay : willingness to accept asymmetry in choice experiments
Bruno Lanz; Ken Willis; Ece Ozdermiroglu; Ian J. Bateman; Andrew J. Daly; Riccardo Scarpa; Allan Provins; Stephane Hess
11/10/2010

Cost-benefit analysis and the prevention of eutrophication
Ian Bateman; S. Georgiou; D.W. Pearce; S. Morimoto; N.G.N. Matias; Brett Day; L. Subramanian; D. Dupont
11/10/2010

Historical perspectives on the development of multifunctional landscapes : a case study from the UK uplands
Dugald Tinch; Kevin J. Gaston; Szvetlana Acs; Paul R. Armsworth; Nick Hanley; Floor Brouwer; C. Martijn van der Heide; Martin Dallimer; Paulette Posen
10/10/2010

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and spatial analysis in resource and environmental economics
Ian Bateman; P. Boxall; H. Folmer; T. Tietenberg; W. Yang
11/10/2010

The socioeconomic consequences and management of climate change impacts on water resources
Ian Bateman; S. Georgiou; Glen George
11/10/2010

Valuing preferences regarding environmental change
Ian Bateman; Julia Guivant; Andrew Ball; Jules Pretty; David Orr; Hugh Ward; Ted Benton; Max Pfeffer; David Lee
11/10/2010

Valuing preferences regarding environmental change
Ian Bateman; J. Lamond; J. Lamond; D. Proverbs; F. Hammond; C. Booth
11/10/2010

Paper (25)
Generic modelling of faecal indicator organism concentrations in the UK
John Crowther; P.E. Posen; D. Kay; I.J. Bateman; C.M. Stapleton; M.D. Wyer; D.I. Hampson
13/09/2010

The socioeconomic consequences and management of climate change impacts on water resources
Ian Bateman; Stavros Georgiou
30/10/2008

A transferable water quality ladder for conveying use and ecological information within public surveys
Stephanie Hime; Ian J. Bateman; Paulette Posen; Michael Hutchins
09/09/2010

Catchment hydrology, Resources, Economics and Management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling of rural land use & Farm Income Impacts of the WFD and its potential non-market benefits
Ian J. Bateman; Salvatore Di Falco; Stavros Georgiou; Amelie Deflandre; Andrew P. Jones; R. Kerry Turner; David Kay; Mervyn Lewis; Colin Neal; Roy Brouwer; Dan Rigby; David Hadley; Paulette Posen; Helen Davies; Dawn Turnbull; Michael Hutchins; Brett H. Day; Graham Leeks; Emily Sheldon; Andrew A. Lovett
23/02/2008

WFD related agricultural nitrate leaching reduction options : cost estimates derived from farm level survey data & a cost-effectiveness assessment for the Derwent catchment
Ian Bateman; David Hadley; Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Michael Hutchins; Dan Rigby; Amelie Deflandre-Vlandas; Andrew Lovett
04/11/2008

Estimating the range of impacts arising from nitrate leaching reduction policies using farm accounts
Carlo Fezzi; Paulette Posen; Dan Rigby; David Hadley; Ian Bateman
30/10/2008

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) valuing land use change
Ian Bateman; S. Jude; A.P. Jones; B. Day
18/10/2010

Does phosphate treatment for prevention of eutrophication pass the benefit-cost test?
Ian Bateman; Logakanthi Subramanian; Stavros Georgiou; Sanae Morimoto; Brett Day; Nuno Gonca Noceda Matias; Diane Dupont
31/10/2008

Testing the fundamental assumption of choice experiments : are values absolute or relative?
T. Luisetti; I. Bateman; R.K. Turner
17/10/2010

Catchment Hydrology, Resources, Economics and Management (ChREAM): Integrated Modelling of Rural Land Use & Farm Income Impacts of the WFD and its Potential Non-Market Benefits
Ian, et al Bateman
31/10/2008

Generalized additive models for nonmarket valuation via revealed or stated preference methods
Sylvia Ferrini; Carlo Fezzi
09/09/2010

The family under the microscope : an experiment testing economic models of household choice
A. Munro; T. McNally; I. Bateman
17/10/2010

Making benefit transfers work : deriving and testing principles for value transfers for similar and dissimilar sites using a case study of the non-market benefits of water quality improvements across Europe
Ian Bateman; R. Brouwer; B. Hasler; A. Dubgaard; D. Barton; L. De Nocker; D. Semeniene; S. Ferrini; I. Liekens; R. Sceponaviciute; S. Hime; S. Navrud; M. Schaafsma
18/10/2010

Incentive compatibility and procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one-half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method : distinguishing strategic behaviour from the anchoring heuristic
Ian Julian Bateman; Diane Dupont; Brett Day; Stavros Georgiou
17/10/2010

The aggregation of environmental benefit values : welfare measures, distance decay and total WTP
Ian Bateman; B. Day; S. Georgiou; I. Lake
18/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) : integrated modelling of rural land use & farm income impacts of the WFD and its potential non-market benefits
Ian Julian Bateman
03/06/2007

Valuing spatially dispersed environmental goods : a joint revealed and stated preference model to consistently separate use and non-use values
Silvia Ferrini; Ian Julian Bateman; Carlo Fezzi; Brett Day
17/10/2010

Economic analysis for ecosystem assessments : application for the UK National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA)
Ian Bateman
12/09/2010

An ecosystem services approach to assess managed realignment coastal policy in England
T. Luisetti; R.K. Turner; I. Bateman
17/10/2010

Integrated assessment of Water Framework Directive nitrate reduction measures
Carlo Fezzi; Dan Rigby; Paulette Posen; Amelie Deflandre; David Hadley; Michael Hutchins; Ian Bateman
31/10/2008

Choice set awareness and ordering effects in discrete choice experiments
Ian Bateman; Riccardo Scarpa; Sanae Morimoto; Brett Day; Jordan J Louviere; Richard T Carson; Diane Dupont; Paul Wang
31/10/2008

Household versus individual valuation : what’s the difference?
Ian Bateman; A. Munro
17/10/2010

Robust interpolation of agricultural census data to hydrological units and implications for diffuse pollution modelling
Paulette Posen; M.G. Hutchens; H.N. Davies; A.A. Lovett
12/09/2010

Preference Learning versus Coherent Arbitrariness : NOAA Guidelines or a Learning Design Contingent Valuation (LDCV)i
Ian J Bateman; W. George Hutchinson; David I Matthews; Diane Burgess
31/10/2008

WFD related agricultural nitrate and phosphate leaching reduction options
Ian Bateman; David Hadley; Dan Rigby; Andrew Lovett; Michael Hutchins; Carlo Fezzi; Amelie Deflandre; Paulette Posen
31/10/2008

Report (12)
WFD related agricultural diffuse pollution reduction options : cost estimates derived from farm level survey data and a cost-effectiveness assessment for the Derwent catchment
Ian Bateman; Amelie Deflandre-Vlandas; Carlo Fezzi; David Hadley; Dan Rigby; Paulette Posen; Michael Hutchins; Andrew Lovett
13/09/2010

ESRC End of Award Report : non-technical summary
Ian Julian Bateman; Dan Rigby; Colin Neal; Andrew Lovett; David Kay; Brett Day; Stavros Georgiou; David Hadley; Graham Leeks; Robert Kerry Turner; Timothy Jickells; Roy Brouwer; Andy Jones; Julian Andrews; D.R.C. Grey
21/06/2012

Valuing environmental impacts : practical guidelines for the use of value transfer in policy and project appraisal
I. Bateman; S. Hime; R. Brouwer; A. Provins; M. Cranford; E. Ozdemiroglu
18/10/2010

ChREAM annual report 2009
Ian Julian Bateman
19/10/2010

ESRC End of Award Report : full research report
Ian Julian Bateman; Andy Jones; Roy Brouwer; Brett Day; Graham Leeks; Stavros Georgiou; Timothy Jickells; D.R.C. Grey; Colin Neal; Dan Rigby; Julian Andrews; David Hadley; Robert Kerry Turner; Andrew Lovett; David Kay
21/06/2012

ChREAM annual report 2006
Ian Julian Bateman
19/10/2010

ChREAM annual report 2007
Ian Julian Bateman
19/10/2010

ChREAM annual report 2008
Ian Julian Bateman
19/10/2010

Valuing environmental impacts : practical guidelines for the use of value transfer in policy and project appraisal
I. Bateman; S. Hime; A. Provins; R. Brouwer; E. Ozdemiroglu; M. Cranford
18/10/2010

Economic valuation of environmental and resource costs and benefits in the Water Framework Directive : technical guidelines for practitioners
R. Brouwer; I. Bateman; S. Georgiou; D. Barton; J. Martin-Ortega; M. Pulido-Velazquez; M. Schaafsma
18/10/2010

Understanding the spatial nature of land use value
Ian Bateman
18/10/2010

Lessons from recent assessments of benefits of water service improvements
I. Bateman; K.G. Willis; I. Bateman; R. Smale
18/10/2010

Workshop (12)
Valuing the non-market benefits of water quality improvements in rivers and wetlands : incorporating spatial and visual complexity
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A Worcester College, University of Oxford
05/10/2010

Reducing gains/loss asymmetry : a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) valuing land use change
Ian Julian Bateman; Brett Day; N/A ESRC Preference Elicitation Group (PEG); Andy P. Jones; S. Jude
17/10/2010

Predicting microbial pollution concentrations in UK rivers in response to land use change
Danyet Hampson; N/A UEA Water Security Research Centre
14/09/2010

Predicting faecal organism pollution in riverine environments in response to land use changes
Danyel Hampson; N/A Department of Environmental Social Sciences
15/09/2010

Bringing the environment into economic decision making : targeting land use policy
Ian Bateman; N/A EU Water Framework Directive
05/10/2010

Farm land use modelling in the ChREAM project
Carlo Fezzi; N/A Sheffield University; Dan Rigby; Ian Bateman
07/10/2010

Structural agricultural land use modelling : a spatial analysis using high-resolution data
Carlo Fezzi; N/A University of California; Ian Bateman
14/10/2010

Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM) integrated modelling of WFD impacts on rural land use and farm incomes
Paulette Posen; N/A Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU)
13/09/2010

Choice set awareness and ordering effects in choice experiments
Ian Bateman; Brett Day; Richard Carson; R. Scarpa; N/A Department of Economics, University of California; S. Morimoto; D. Dupont
05/10/2010

Preferences : from construction to discovery?
Ian Bateman; D. Matthews; A.P. Jones; B. Day; J. Louviere; C. Starmer; S. Georgiou; D. Dupont; S. Dent; A. Munro; P. Wang; P. Slovic; W.G. Hutchinson; D. Burgess; G.L. Poe; S. Morimoto; J. Mawby; N/A University of Lincoln
17/10/2010

Using geographical information systems (GIS) and virtual reality (VR) to bring the environment into economic analyses
Ian Bateman; S. Jude; A.P. Jones; B. Day; N/A Economics Department, University of Las Palmas; I. Lake; A. Lovett
17/10/2010

Land use change : economic and water quality impacts
Ian Julian Bateman; N/A RELU
05/10/2010

Newsletter (1)
Land use and water quality : spatial modelling for policy assessment
Ian Bateman
15/09/2010