Economic Value of Wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin: Comparison of Four Measurement Techniques
Wildlife is continually being reduced in numbers due to man's activities which are competitive with wildlife for the use of land. The authors hope that this report will assist individuals and groups in making decisions affecting the future population of wildlife.
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- Tirath R. Gupta & John H. Foster, 1975. "Economic Criteria for Freshwater Wetland Policy in Massachusetts," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 57(1), pages 40-45.
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