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Valuing Florida Water Resources series

Valuing Florida Water Resources: Summary by Regions

FE1100/FE1100by Fei He, Tatiana Borisova, Xiang Bi, and Kelly GroganSeptember 23rd, 2021This article is a part of the EDIS series “Economic Value of Florida Water Resources” (see https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_series_valuing_florida_water_resources ). This series is aimed at helping water-resource professionals and interested citizens improve their knowledge of the economic value of goods and services provided by Florida water resources. The focus of this paper is specifically on supporting and regulating ecosystem services provided by Florida water resources.

Economic Value of Florida Water Resources: Value of Freshwater-Based Recreational Experiences

FE1067/FE1067 by Tatiana Borisova, Tara Wade, Xiang Bi, Kurt Oehlbeck, and Kelly GroganFebruary 6th, 2020

Economic Value of Florida Water Resources: Valuing the Quality of Water for Household Needs

FE1059/FE1059 by Tatiana Borisova, Syed Irfan Ali Shah, Tara Wade, Xiang Bi, and Kelly GroganFebruary 6th, 2020

Economic Value of Florida Water Resources: Contributions of Tourism and Recreation to the Economy

FE1065/FE1065 by Tatiana Borisova, Kurt Oehlbeck, Xiang Bi, Tara Wade, Alan Hodges, Kelly Grogan, and Fe HeiJuly 15th, 2020

Valuing Florida Water Resources: Households’ Willingness to Pay for Water

FE1068/FE1068 by Tatiana Borisova, Fei He, Xiang Bi, Kelly Grogan, Tara Wade, and Syed Shah November 14th, 2019

Valuing Florida's Water Resources: Ecosystem Services Approach

FE1064/FE1064 by Tatiana Borisova, Tara Wade, Xiang Bi, Kurt Oehlbeck, and Kelly GroganAugust 26th, 2019

Valuing Florida Water Resources: Ecosystem Services That We Do not Notice but Still Value

FE1096/FE1096 by Tatiana Borisova, Fei He, Xiang Bi, and Kelly GroganSeptember 9th, 2021This article is a part of the EDIS series “Economic Value of Florida Water Resources” (see https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_series_valuing_florida_water_resources ). This series is aimed at helping water-resource professionals and interested citizens improve their knowledge of the economic value of goods and services provided by Florida water resources. The focus of this paper is specifically on supporting and regulating ecosystem services provided by Florida water resources.

Valuing Florida Water Resources: Prices of Waterfront Properties

FE1062/FE1062 by Tatiana Borisova, Xiang Bi, Tara Wade, Kurt Oehlbeck, and Kelly Grogan February 6th, 2020

Valuing Florida Water Resources: Water Use in Irrigated Agriculture

FE1057/FE1057 by Tatiana Borisova, Syed Irfan Ali Shah, Tara Wade, Kelly Grogan, and Xiang BiMay 12th, 2019