ModellgestÃ¼tzte Politikberatung im Naturschutz: Zur â€žoptimalenâ€œ FlÃ¤chennutzung in der Agrarlandschaft des BiosphÃ¤renreservates â€žMittlere Elbeâ€œ
AbstractUsing the example of the MAB Biosphere Preserve â€œMittlere Elbeâ€, this article demonstrates how an â€œoptimalâ€ land-use pattern â€“ a pattern aimed at combining ecological, economic and social objectives in an adequate way â€“ can be determined. The focus is on the definition of alternative nature conservation approaches, the scenario technique, the definition of landscape functions, the utility analysis and the adaptive conjoint analysis. In addition, the authors demonstrate which quantitative methods can be used to obtain the information needed for utility and conjoint analyses on the ecological and economic effects of the conservation scenarios as well as on the weighting of the landscape functions, and how they can be integrated. Finally, it is shown that the conflict between ecological and economic objectives cannot only be reduced by a regional differentiation of the extent of resource protection â€“ as shown in the literature â€“, but also by a spatial variation of the type of environment conservation.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, Department for Agricultural Economics in its journal German Journal of Agricultural Economics.
Volume (Year): 53 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
utility analysis; Conjoint analysis; riverside protection; nature conservation models; conservation scenarios; MAB Biophere Reserves; landscape function; optimal land use; Repertory Grid technique; Environmental Economics and Policy; Land Economics/Use;
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