Jane Turpie
Jane Turpie
School of Economics, University of Cape Town
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei anchorenvironmental.co.za
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The working for water programme: Evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa
JK Turpie, C Marais, JN Blignaut
Ecological economics 65 (4), 788-798, 2008
3682008
Biogeography and the selection of priority areas for conservation of South African coastal fishes
JK Turpie, LE Beckley, SM Katua
Biological Conservation 92 (1), 59-72, 2000
2412000
National Spatial Biodiversity Assessment 2004: priorities for biodiversity conservation in South Africa.
A Driver, K Maze, M Rouget, AT Lombard, J Nel, JK Turpie, RM Cowling, ...
2302005
The existence value of biodiversity in South Africa: how interest, experience, knowledge, income and perceived level of threat influence local willingness to pay
JK Turpie
Ecological Economics 46 (2), 199-216, 2003
2212003
Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies
JK Turpie, BJ Heydenrych, SJ Lamberth
Biological conservation 112 (1-2), 233-251, 2003
2112003
Assessment of the conservation priority status of South African estuaries for use in management and water allocation
JK Turpie, JB Adams, A Joubert, TD Harrison, BM Colloty, RC Maree, ...
Water SA 28 (2), 191-206, 2002
1682002
An ecological economic simulation model of mountain fynbos ecosystems: dynamics, valuation and management
SI Higgins, JK Turpie, R Costanza, RM Cowling, DC Le Maitre, C Marais, ...
Ecological Economics 22 (2), 155-169, 1997
1581997
How much is a clean beach worth? The impact of litter on beach users in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
A Ballance, PG Ryan, JK Turpie
South African Journal of Science 96 (5), 210-230, 2000
1572000
The role of estuaries in South African fisheries: economic importance and management implications
SJ Lamberth, JK Turpie
African Journal of Marine Science 25, 131-157, 2003
1432003
Estimating the costs of conserving a biodiversity hotspot: a case-study of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa
SR Frazee, RM Cowling, RL Pressey, JK Turpie, N Lindenberg
Biological Conservation 112 (1-2), 275-290, 2003
1382003
Prioritizing South African estuaries for conservation: a practical example using waterbirds
JK Turpie
Biological Conservation 74 (3), 175-185, 1995
1041995
Economic value of the Zambezi Basin wetlands
J Turpie
The Project, 1999
951999
Evaluating combinations of on-and off-reserve conservation strategies for the Agulhas Plain, South Africa: a financial perspective
GQK Pence, MA Botha, JK Turpie
Biological Conservation 112 (1-2), 253-273, 2003
942003
Economic impacts of climate change in South Africa: a preliminary analysis of unmitigated damage costs
J Turpie, H Winkler, R Spalding-Fecher, G Midgley
Energy and Development Research Centre, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, 1-58, 2002
922002
A multidisciplinary study of a small, temporarily open/closed South African estuary, with particular emphasis on the influence of mouth state on the ecology of the system
AK Whitfield, JB Adams, GC Bate, K Bezuidenhout, TG Bornman, ...
African Journal of Marine Science 30 (3), 453-473, 2008
912008
National Biodiversity Assessment 2011: Technical Report. Volume 3: Estuary Component. CSIR Report Number CSIR/NRE/ECOS/ER/2011/0045/B. Council for Scientific and Industrial …
L Van Niekerk, JK Turpie
862012
Estimating potential impacts of a change in river quality on the tourism value of Kruger National Park: An application of travel cost, contingent, and conjoint valuation methods
J Turpie, A Joubert
Water Sa 27 (3), 387-398, 2001
762001
The role of resource economics in the control of invasive alien plants in South Africa: Working for water
J Turpie
south african Journal of science 100 (1), 87-93, 2004
732004
Distribution of South African marine benthic invertebrates applied to the selection of priority conservation areas
AA Awad, CL Griffiths, JK Turpie
Diversity and Distributions 8 (3), 129-145, 2002
692002
Economic consequences of alien infestation of the Cape Floral Kingdom's Fynbos vegetation
J Turpie, B Heydenrych
The economics of biological invasions, 152-182, 2000
672000
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