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Pendleton, Linwood H. 1964-

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Works: 21 works in 51 publications in 2 languages and 970 library holdings
Genres: Dictionaries  Observations 
Roles: Author, Opponent, 958, Editor
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A dictionary of environmental economics, science, and policy by R. Quentin Grafton( Book )
20 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 393 libraries worldwide
This dictionary is a reference tool for all those interested in environmental science and environmental studies. It includes over 3000 entries, all accompanied by a detailed definition covering all aspects of the subject. It also contains three primers, which should bridge the gap between each discipline covered. These consist of introductions to environmental economics, international environmental problems and environmental systems, dynamics and modelling. Another feature is the inclusion of an appendix which lists and describes the world's major international environmental agreements
Estimating the potential economic impacts of climate change on southern California beaches : final paper ( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Estimating the potential economic impacts of climate change on southern California beaches : draft paper ( Book )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
The economic and market value of coasts and estuaries : what's at stake? ( Book )
3 editions published between 2008 and 2011 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
According to the report ... U.S. coasts and estuaries that have been protected and managed in a sustainable way are worth billions. Beaches, coastal communities, ports, and fragile bays are economic engines that drive and support large sectors of the national economy. The report focuses on aspects of coasts and estuaries that are most dependent on ecologically healthy conditions. The authors also examined a growing body of research that reveals the economic consequences of environmental change in coastal and estuary ecosystems
Coastal capital : ecosystem valuation for decision making in the Caribbean by Richard Waite( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
"Coastal Capital: Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Caribbean -- seeks to fill the critical gap between research and action. WRI's analysis of coastal valuation studies that have successfully informed decisions in the Caribbean suggests some common features. These include economic analysis based on solid science and focused on a clear policy question, broad participation by local stakeholders, and effective communication and collaboration with decision makers. Our guidebook walks practitioners through the process of conducting an ecosystem valuation with a goal to inform decision making. Following the advice in this guidebook will allow valuation practitioners to make the best use of their scarce funds and time -- increasing the likelihood that their important work will have real-world impact on policy, management, and investment decisions. In this way, ecosystem valuation will contribute to sustaining the Caribbean's coastal capital for generations to come"--Foreword
Estimating the economic impact of climate change on the freshwater sportsfisheries of the northeastern United States by Linwood H Pendleton( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
This study links models of global climate circulation, ecology, and economic valuation (hedonic travel cost and random utility models) to value the impact of global warming on freshwater sportfishing in the Northeast. An origin-specific linear random utility model (RUM) is introduced. The results of the RUM are shown to be comparable to those of a hedonic travel cost model. A doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide is predicted to generate between a $4.6 million loss and a $20.5 million net benefit for the Northeastern United States, depending on the climate scenario
Closing in on environmentally sound salmon aquaculture : a fresh look at the economics of closed tank systems ( Book )
3 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
L'évaluation économique des services écosystémiques marins et côtiers et son utilisation dans la prise de décision : cas d'étude en Nouvelle-Calédonie et en Australie by Jean-Baptiste Marre( file )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Coastal and marine ecosystems are some of the most heavily exploited with increasing degradation. This alarming situation appeals for urgent and effective actions. The optimal balance between use and conservation of ecosystems theoretically requires all costs and benefits to be considered in decision-making, including intangible costs and benefits such as non-market use and non-use values. The broad aim of this PhD is to examine how these economic values associated with coastal and marine ecosystem services can be measured, and how the economic valuation exercise may be considered and influence management decision- making.The first analytical part of the thesis focuses on assessing non-market use and non-use values, through econometric methods. The characterization and estimation of non-use values are complex and controversial, especially when the valuation exercise is focusing on individuals who are users of the ecosystem services being considered. An original approach based on a stated preference method, namely choice experiments, is developed then empirically applied in quantifying non-market values for marine and coastal ecosystems in two areas in New Caledonia. It allows the estimation of non-use values for populations of users in an implicit way. An in-depth analysis of the individuals' choice heuristics during the valuation exercise is also conducted, with a focus on payment non-attendance. This issue is dealt with by comparing multiple modelling approaches in terms of: (1) inferred attendance, in relation to stated attendance; (2) attendance distribution according to several socio-economic variables; and (3) welfare estimates.After noting that the potential influence of economic valuation in decision making is unclear and largely unexplored in the literature, the second major component of this PhD aims to examine if, how and to what extent the economic valuation of ecosystem services, including measures of non-market values, influence decision-making regarding coastal and marine ecosystems management in Australia. Based on two nation-wide surveys, the perceived usefulness of the economic valuation of ecosystem services by the general public and decision-makers is studied, and the reasons why decision-makers may or may not fully consider economic values are elicited. Using a multi-criteria analysis, a part of the surveys also aims at examining the relative importance of different evaluation criteria (ecological, social and economic) when assessing the consequences of a hypothetical coastal development project on commercial activities, recreational activities and marine biodiversity
Approximation approaches to probabilistic choice set models for large choice set data ( Computer File )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Analyse néo-institutionnelle de l'investissement dans la biodiversité : choix organisationnels et leurs conséquences sur la restauration des écosystèmes aquatiques by Pierre Scemama( file )
1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
The objective of this work was to develop the framework of the new institutional economics to identify the economic constraints to overcome in order to encourage public or private agents to invest in restoring aquatic ecosystems. In the course of this work we mobilized different materials and methods that allowed us to identify three types of constraints: cost constraints, organizational constraints and institutional constraints.Our results show that these projects are exposed to a great variability of production costs, some key attributes play a decisive role in this variability: the type of targeted ecosystem, the institutional context, the initial degree of disturbance, the amount of works needed, the climate and the size of projects.Using the new institutional economics framework, we were interested in the transaction costs that surround investment project of restoring aquatic ecosystems. These costs are associated to the need of specific coordination devices between actors adapted to the complexity of biodiversity dynamics. Transaction costs originate from three different characteristics of projects: asset specificity, uncertainty and frequency of transactions. From the study of the market of wetland mitigation in the United States and of four case study in France, we show the link between the origin of transaction costs and organizational efficacy of the system. Among other results, we show that there is a tradeoff between an objective of challenging conservation and an objective of creating incentives for investment for the restoration of aquatic ecosystems
Bromeliad macrofauna of Montserrat, West Indies, especially phytotelmata residents by Linwood H Pendleton( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1985 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Estimating the economic impact of climate change on the freshwater sportfisheries of the northeastern US by Linwood H Pendleton( Book )
1 edition published in 1998 in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
Environmental quality and recreational demand in a Caribbean coral reef by Linwood H Pendleton( Book )
2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Assessing the potential for the harvesting and sale of indigenous wicker sejuco) in Nicaragua by Linwood H Pendleton( Book )
1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
An assessment of the market squid and other major commercial wetfish fisheries of southern California by Steven Lutz( file )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Socio-economic study of the San Pedro historic purse seine fleet by Steven Lutz( file )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Coordinated Regional Benefit Studies of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems ( file )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
The long-term goal supported by this project is the development and sustained support of coastal ocean observing systems for the waters of the United States. The authors will first produce regional "inventories" of ocean observation user sectors, including information about the physical and economic scale of their activities, how products from improved ocean observation might be incorporated into their decisions, and a rough estimate of the potential value of improved decisions. Once the inventories are complete, they will select sectors with significant expected benefits for more detailed analysis
Estimating the economic benefits of regional ocean observing systems : report to the National Oceanographic Partnership Program ( file )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
We develop a methodology to estimate the potential economic benefits from new investments in regional coastal ocean observing systems in US waters, and apply this methodology to generate preliminary estimates of such benefits. The approach focuses on potential economic benefits from coastal ocean observing information within ten geographic regions encompassing all coastal waters of the United States, and within a wide range of industrial and recreational activities including recreational fishing and boating, beach recreation, maritime transportation, search and rescue operations, spill response, marine hazards prediction, offshore energy, power generation, and commercial fishing. Our findings suggest that annual benefits to users from the deployment of ocean observing systems are likely to run in the multiple $lOOs of millions of dollars per year. The project results should be considered first-order estimates that are subject to considerable refinement as the parameters of regional observing systems are better defined, and as our understanding of user sectors improves
Closing in on Environmentally Sound Aquaculture : a Fresh Look at the Economics of Closed-Containment Systems by Linwood H Pendleton( file )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
 
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Linwood Pendleton American environmental economist
Pendleton, L. H.
Pendleton, Linwood
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French (1)
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