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Mee, L., Cooper, P., Kannen, A., Gilbert, A. J. and O'Higgins, T., 2015. Sustaining Europe's seas as coupled social ecological systems. Ecology and Society, 20 (1), 1.

Börger, T., Beaumont, N.J., Pendleton, L., Boyle, K.J., Cooper, P., Fletcher, S., Haab, T., Hanemann, M., Hooper, T.L., Hussain, S.S., Portela, R., Stithou, M., Stockill, J., Taylor, T. and Austen, M.C., 2014. Incorporating ecosystem services in marine planning:The role of valuation. Marine Policy, 46, pp. 161-170.

Cooper, P., O'Higgins, T., Roth, E., Newton, A., Farmer, A., Goulding, I. and Tett, P., 2014. Temporal constraints on ecosystem management : Definitions and examples from Europe's regional seas. Ecology and Society, 19 (4), 46.

Bateman, I. J., Cooper, P., Georgiou, S., Navrud, S., Poe, G. L., Ready, R. C., Riera, P., Ryan, M. and Vossler, C. A., 2005. Economic valuation of policies for managing acidity in remote mountain lakes : examining validity through scope sensitivity testing. Aquatic Sciences: Research Across Boundaries, 67 (3), pp. 274-291.

Bateman, I. J., Cole, M., Cooper, P., Georgiou, S., Hadley, D. and Poe, G. L., 2004. On visible choice sets and scope sensitivity. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 47 (1), pp. 71-93.

Cooper, P., Poe, G. L. and Bateman, I. J., 2004. The structure of motivation for contingent values : a case study of lake water quality improvement. Ecological Economics, 50 (1-2), pp. 69-82.

Turner, R. K., Paavola, J., Cooper, P., Farber, S., Jessamy, V. and Georgiou, S., 2003. Valuing nature : lessons learned and future research directions. Ecological Economics, 46 (3), pp. 493-510.

Balmford, A., Bruner, A., Cooper, P., Costanza, R., Farber, S., Green, R. E., Jenkins, M., Jefferiss, P., Jessamy, V., Madden, J., Munro, K., Myers, N., Naeem, S., Paavola, J., Rayment, M., Rosendo, S., Roughgarden, J., Trumper, K. and Turner, R. K., 2002. Economic reasons for conserving wild nature. Science, 297 (5583), pp. 950-953.

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