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The economics of fuel management: wildfire, invasive plants, and the dynamics of sagebrush rangelands in the western United States.
In this article we develop a simulation model to evaluate the economic efficiency of fuel treatments and apply it to two sagebrush ecosystems in the Great Basin of the western United States: theExpand
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HETEROGENEOUS PREFERENCES FOR CONGESTION DURING A WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE
This analysis breaks down the congestion levels experienced during specific parts of a wilderness canoe trip. By explicitly addressing the heterogeneity in preferences for congestion during a trip,Expand
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An analysis of congestion effects across and within multiple recreation activities.
This paper uses stated and revealed preference data to quantify differential welfare impacts from changes in congestion at outdoor recreation sites that support multiple activities. The resultsExpand
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Are Normative Appeals Moral Taxes? Evidence from a Field Experiment on Water Conservation
We investigate how normative appeals for water conservation drive behavioral change using a large-scale field experiment. Using a new social comparison that reduces the correlation betweenExpand
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Willingness to Pay Estimation When Protest Beliefs are not Separable from the Public Good Definition
Public good attributes that are correlated with protest beliefs but not separable from the good's value, would affect stated preference estimates of the WTP for the public good. Survey data collectedExpand
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Sensitivity of WTP Estimates to Definition of ‘Yes’: Reinterpreting Expressed Response Intensity
Willingness to pay (WTP) estimation typically involves some strategy for mapping nondichotomous contingent valuation (CV) responses onto a dichotomous yes/no dependent variable. We propose a newExpand
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A model to calculate ex ante the threshold value of interaction effects necessary for proposed intercropping projects to be feasible to the landowner and desirable to society
This article describes an approach to evaluate the difference in net present valued economic returns that would be expected from temperate intercropping as compared to annual cropping or tree farmingExpand
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Wilderness Canoeing in Ontario: Using Cumulative Results to Update Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation Offer Amounts
This study used cumulative results to update the distributions from which offer amounts were drawn in a dichotomous choice contingent valuation of user benefits from wilderness canoeing in Ontario’sExpand
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Net Costs of Wildlife Damage on Private Lands
This study models net welfare impacts on producers who receive utility from on-farm wildlife populations that are not costlessly disposable. Wildlife damage levels where net benefits are zeroExpand
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A financial analysis of a white pine improvement cut in Ontario
Standard tools of forestry economics are used to provide insights into the effects of an experimental improvement cut, designed to release understory white pine and initiate a shelterwood system. TheExpand
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