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Valuing a Fishing Day: An Application of a Systematic Varying Parameter Model

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  • William J. Vaughan
  • Clifford S. Russell

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Deciding how to allocate forage among animals is a fundamentally important process in range management. The wisdom of these decisions can be enhanced by estimating the marginal value of forage needed by competing species. We present a method for ...

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  • William J. Vaughan & Clifford S. Russell, 1982. "Valuing a Fishing Day: An Application of a Systematic Varying Parameter Model," Land Economics, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 58(4), pages 450-463.
  • Handle: RePEc:uwp:landec:v:58:y:1982:i:4:p:450-463
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