Research Publications for Graeme J Doole
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Doole, G. J. (2017). Economic impacts of Plan Change 10 at the catchment level. Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
Barns, S., Doole, G. J., Smith, N., Matheson, L., Muller, C., & Osborne, P. (2017). Joint statement of economic experts. Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
Doole, G. J., Moleta, G., & Barns, S. (2017). Economic analysis of the re-allocation of nutrient entitlements in the Lake Rotorua Catchment. Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
Doole, G. J. (2017). Rebuttal evidence of Professor Graeme John Doole on behalf of the Bay of Plenty Regional Council. Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
Romera, A. J., Doole, G. J., Beukes, P. C., Mason, N., & Mudge, P. L. (2017). The role and value of diverse sward mixtures in dairy farm systems of New Zealand: An exploratory assessment. Agricultural Systems, 152, 18-26. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2016.12.004
Khataza, R. R. B., Hailu, A., Kragt, M. E., & Doole, G. J. (2017). Estimating shadow price for symbiotic nitrogen and technical efficiency for legume-based conservation agriculture in Malawi. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 61(3), 462-480. doi:10.1111/1467-8489.12212
Doole, G. J. (2016). Model structure for the economic model utilised within the Healthy Rivers Wai Ora process (HR/TLG/2015-2016/4.8).
Doole, G. J., Quinn, J., Wilcock, B., & Hudson, N. (2016). Simulation of the proposed policy mix for the Healthy Rivers Wai Ora process (HR/TLG/2016-2017/4.5).
McDonald, G., & Doole, G. (2016). Regional- and national-level economic impacts of the proposed Waikato Regional Plan Change No. 1—Waikato and Waipa River Catchments (Report No. HR/TLG/2016-2017/4.5a). Waikato Regional Council.
Bermeo, S., Doole, G. J., Austin, D., & Fenemor, A. (2016). Waimea Plains: economics of freshwater quantity management. In 60th AARES Annual Conference (pp. 43 pages). Canberra, Australia.