Rolf Groeneveld
Rolf Groeneveld
Wageningen University, Department of Economics
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Ecological effectiveness of agri‐environment schemes in different agricultural landscapes in the Netherlands
D Kleijn, F Berendse, R Smit, N Gilissen, J Smit, B Brak, R Groeneveld
Conservation biology 18 (3), 775-786, 2004
Tourist preferences for ecotourism in rural communities adjacent to Kruger National Park: A choice experiment approach
P Chaminuka, RA Groeneveld, AO Selomane, EC Van Ierland
Tourism management 33 (1), 168-176, 2012
Spatial planning of offshore wind farms: A windfall to marine environmental protection?
MJ Punt, RA Groeneveld, EC Van Ierland, JH Stel
Ecological Economics 69 (1), 93-103, 2009
Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models—Evaluation, review and challenges for implementation
JR Nielsen, E Thunberg, DS Holland, JO Schmidt, EA Fulton, F Bastardie, ...
Fish and fisheries 19 (1), 1-29, 2018
The different dimensions of livelihood impacts of payments for environmental services (PES) schemes: A systematic review
G Blundo-Canto, V Bax, M Quintero, GS Cruz-Garcia, RA Groeneveld, ...
Ecological Economics 149, 160-183, 2018
Economic considerations in the optimal size and number of reserve sites
R Groeneveld
Ecological Economics 52 (2), 219-228, 2005
Uncertainty in catch and effort data of small-and medium-scale tuna fisheries in Indonesia: Sources, operational causes and magnitude
S Yuniarta, PAM van Zwieten, RA Groeneveld, SH Wisudo, ...
Fisheries research 193, 173-183, 2017
Costs and benefits of adapting spatial planning to climate change: lessons learned from a large-scale urban development project in the Netherlands
K de Bruin, H Goosen, EC van Ierland, RA Groeneveld
Regional Environmental Change 14, 1009-1020, 2014
Risk communication, women’s participation and flood mitigation in Vietnam: An experimental study
PT Binh, X Zhu, RA Groeneveld, EC van Ierland
Land Use Policy 95, 104436, 2020
Dominos in the dairy: An analysis of transgenic maize in Dutch dairy farming
RA Groeneveld, J Wesseler, PBM Berentsen
Ecological Economics 86, 107-116, 2013
Methodiekontwikkeling kosteneffectiviteit van het Natuurbeleid: de realisatie van het natuurdoel'Natte Heide'.
TJ Koeijer, Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur en Milieu WOT., ...
Alterra, 2006
Land cover changes as a result of environmental restrictions on nitrate leaching in dairy farming
R Groeneveld, L Bouwman, S Kruitwagen, E van Ierland
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 6, 101-109, 2001
Defining scenarios of future vectors of change in marine life and associated economic sectors
RA Groeneveld, F Bosello, M Butenschön, M Elliott, MA Peck, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 201, 164-171, 2018
The role of spatial information in the preservation of the shrimp nursery function of mangroves: A spatially explicit bio-economic model for the assessment of land use trade-offs
M Zavalloni, RA Groeneveld, PAM van Zwieten
Journal of environmental management 143, 17-25, 2014
Welfare economics and wicked problems in coastal and marine governance
RA Groeneveld
Marine Policy 117, 103945, 2020
Planning marine protected areas: a multiple use game
MJ Punt, HP WEIKARD, RA Groeneveld, EC Van Ierland, JH Stel
Natural Resource Modeling 23 (4), 610-646, 2010
Metapopulations in agricultural landscapes: a spatially explicit trade-off analysis
R Groeneveld, C Grashof-Bokdam, E van Ierland
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 48 (4), 527-547, 2005
Biodiversity Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes. A Spatially Explicit Economic Analysis
RA Groeneveld
PQDT-Global, 2004
Nitrate leaching in dairy farming: economic effects of environmental restrictions
R Groeneveld, AF Bouwman, S Kruitwagen, EC Van Ierland
Environmental Pollution 102 (1), 755-761, 1998
Economic impacts of marine ecological change: Review and recent contributions of the VECTORS project on European marine waters
RA Groeneveld, H Bartelings, T Börger, F Bosello, E Buisman, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 201, 152-163, 2018
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