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An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land and water based recreation in the United States

Bhat, G., J. Bergstrom, R.J. Teasley, J.M. Bowker and H.K. Cordell. 1998. An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land and water based recreation in the United States. Environmental Management 22(1): 69-77. Keywords: 4q, 4t, 4u,7d, 10

Ecoregional Estimates of the Net Economic Value of Outdoor Recreational Activities in the United States: Individual Model Results

Bergstrom, J.C., J.M. Bowker, H.K. Cordell, G. Bhat, D.B.K. English, R.J. Teasley and P. Villegas. 1996. Ecoregional Estimates of the Net Economic Value of Outdoor Recreational Activities in the United States: Individual Model Results. Final report. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, DC. Keywords:4q, 4s, 4t, 4u 6c, 7d, 10

Net Economic Values for Bass and Trout Fishing, Deer Hunting, and Wildlife Watching

Waddington, D.G., K.J. Boyle and J. Cooper. 1991. Net Economic Values for Bass and Trout Fishing, Deer Hunting, and Wildlife Watching. Report 91-1. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Keywords: 4t, 4u

The Net Economic Value of Recreation on the National Forests: Twelve Types of Primary Activity Trips Across Nine Forest Service Regions

McCollum, D.W., G.L. Peterson, J.R. Arnold, D.C. Markstrom and D.M. Hellerstein.
1990. The Net Economic Value of Recreation on the National Forests: Twelve Types of Primary Activity Trips Across Nine Forest Service Regions. Research Paper RM-289, February. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. Keywords: 4u, 6b, 7d

The demand for site-specific recreational activities: A characteristics approach.

Morey, E. 1981. The demand for site-specific recreational activities: A characteristics approach. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 8: 345-371.
Keywords: 4u, 6a

The value of watchable wildlife: a case study of McNeil River.

Clayton, C. and R. Mendelsohn. 1993. The value of watchable wildlife: a case study of McNeil River. Journal of Environmental Management 39: 101-106. Keywords: 4u, 6a, 10

Toward a value for guided rafting on southern rivers

Bowker, J.M., D.B.K. English and J.A. Donovan. 1996. Toward a value for guided rafting on southern rivers. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 28: 423-432.
Keywords: 4u, 6b, 7d

Valuing option, existence, and bequest demands for wilderness.

Walsh, R.G., J.B. Loomis and R.A.Gillman. 1984. Valuing option, existence, and bequest demands for wilderness. Land Economics 60: 14-29. Keywords: 4u, 7g,

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