The effect of risk perception on public preferences and willingness to pay for reductions in the health risks posed by toxic cyanobacterial blooms

P.D. Hunter, N. Hanley, M. Czajkowski, K. Mearns, A.N. Tyler, L. Carvalho, G.A. Codd

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