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Resolving conflict due to negative environmental externalities from marine renewable energy developments to marine protected areas using cooperative game theoretic allocation rules

Zacharoula Kyriazi (UGent) , Raul Lejano, Frank Maes (UGent) and Steven Degraer (UGent)
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Kyriazi, Zacharoula, Raul Lejano, Frank Maes, and Steven Degraer. 2018. “Resolving Conflict Due to Negative Environmental Externalities from Marine Renewable Energy Developments to Marine Protected Areas Using Cooperative Game Theoretic Allocation Rules.” In Marine Conservation, 5th International  Congress, Abstracts.
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Kyriazi, Z., Lejano, R., Maes, F., & Degraer, S. (2018). Resolving conflict due to negative environmental externalities from marine renewable energy developments to marine protected areas using cooperative game theoretic allocation rules. Marine Conservation, 5th International  congress, Abstracts. Presented at the 5th International Marine Conservation congress (IMCC-5).
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Kyriazi Z, Lejano R, Maes F, Degraer S. Resolving conflict due to negative environmental externalities from marine renewable energy developments to marine protected areas using cooperative game theoretic allocation rules. Marine Conservation, 5th International  congress, Abstracts. 2018.
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Kyriazi, Zacharoula, Raul Lejano, Frank Maes, et al. “Resolving Conflict Due to Negative Environmental Externalities from Marine Renewable Energy Developments to Marine Protected Areas Using Cooperative Game Theoretic Allocation Rules.” Marine Conservation, 5th International  Congress, Abstracts. 2018. Print.
@inproceedings{8574421,
  author       = {Kyriazi, Zacharoula and Lejano, Raul and Maes, Frank and Degraer, Steven},
  booktitle    = {Marine Conservation, 5th International  congress, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia},
  title        = {Resolving conflict due to negative environmental externalities from marine renewable energy developments to marine protected areas using cooperative game theoretic allocation rules},
  year         = {2018},
}