Hans Estrup Andersen

Synergies and Trade-offs in Spatially Targeted Water Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies

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Synergies and Trade-offs in Spatially Targeted Water Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies. / Konrad, Maria Theresia; Andersen, Hans Estrup; Gyldenkaerne, Steen; Termansen, Mette.

In: Land Economics, Vol. 93, No. 2, 05.2017, p. 309-327.

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Konrad, MT, Andersen, HE, Gyldenkaerne, S & Termansen, M 2017, 'Synergies and Trade-offs in Spatially Targeted Water Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies', Land Economics, vol. 93, no. 2, pp. 309-327.

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Konrad, Maria Theresia ; Andersen, Hans Estrup ; Gyldenkaerne, Steen ; Termansen, Mette. / Synergies and Trade-offs in Spatially Targeted Water Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies. In: Land Economics. 2017 ; Vol. 93, No. 2. pp. 309-327.

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AU - Termansen, Mette

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