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Environmental amenities and agricultural land values: a hedonic model using geographic information systems data

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  • Bastian, Chris T.
  • McLeod, Donald M.
  • Germino, Matthew J.
  • Reiners, William A.
  • Blasko, Benedict J.

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  • Bastian, Chris T. & McLeod, Donald M. & Germino, Matthew J. & Reiners, William A. & Blasko, Benedict J., 2002. "Environmental amenities and agricultural land values: a hedonic model using geographic information systems data," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 40(3), pages 337-349, March.
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