The Value of Inherent Soil Characteristics: A Hedonic Analysis
By CostBenefit on Feb 2, 2011 | In General, Land, Academic Study/Journal Article, Agriculture, Forestry and Food, Australia, New Zealand, Hedonic Analysis, Environmental Economics / Ecological Economics, Costs and Benefits, Free Report at Time of Entry
Farmland with loamy soil particles size is valued on average 8% and 29% more than farmland with sandy and skeletal soil particle size classes.... Imperfectly drained soils appear to have a lower value compared with well drained soils.
by Oshadhi Samarasinghe 1 and Suzie Greenhalgh, both of Land Care Research Manaaki Whenua, Auckland, New Zealand
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Issue Date: August, 2010
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