DescriptionThe activity involved interview surveys with 1200 members of the public on their use of and values for upland river ecosystem services. People were interviewed within 4 river catchments within Wales, as well as at the Royal Welsh Show and in Cardiff. The surveys involved members of the public outlining how they used and benefitted from upland rivers, and then asked them to undertake a choice experiment that was used to estimate the economic value of river ecosystem services.
|21 Jul 2014 → 24 Jul 2014
|Builth Wells, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
|Degree of Recognition
Project: Externally funded research