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Floodplain conservation as a fl ood mitigation strategy : Examining costs and

@inproceedings{Kousky2015FloodplainCA,
  title={Floodplain conservation as a fl ood mitigation strategy : Examining costs and},
  author={Carolyn Kousky and Margaret Walls},
  year={2015}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o There is growing interest in floodplain conservation as a flood damage reduction strategy, particularly given the co-benefits that protected lands provide. We evaluate one such investment—a greenway along the Meramec River in St. Louis County, Missouri. We estimate the opportunity costs, the avoided flood damages, and the capitalization of proximity to protected lands into nearby home prices. To estimate avoided flood damages, we undertake a parcel-level analysis using the… 
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