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2009Buying into conservation: intrinsic versus instrumental valueColyvan, Mark; Justus, James; Maguire, Lynn A.; Regan, Helen; Philosophy; PhilosophyBuying into conservation: intrinsic versus instrumental value, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, vol.24, 4,pp 187-191
2011A Case Study in Concept Determination: Ecological DiversityJustus, James; PhilosophyA Case Study in Concept Determination: Ecological Diversity in Philosophy of ecology, Elsevier, 2011, pp. 147-168
2011The conservation gameColyvan, Mark; Justus, James; Regan, Helen; Philosophy; PhilosophyThe conservation game, Biological Conservation, vol.144, 4, 2011,pp 1246-1253
2010The natural environment is valuable but not infinitely valuableColyvan, Mark; Justus, James; Regan, Helen; Philosophy; PhilosophyThe natural environment is valuable but not infinitely valuable, Conservation Letters, vol.3, 4,pp 224-228
2014Voting Systems for Environmental DecisionsColyvan, Mark; Burgman, Mark A; Justus, James; Maguire, Lynn A.; Martin, Tara; Regan, Helen; Rothley, Kris; PhilosophyVoting Systems for Environmental Decisions, Conservation Biology, vol.28, 2, 2014,pp 322-332
2008Why Intrinsic Value Is a Poor Basis for Conservation DecisionsJustus, James; Maguire, Lynn A.; PhilosophyWhy Intrinsic Value Is a Poor Basis for Conservation Decisions, BioScience, vol.58,(10),2008,pp 910-911