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Tourist Word of Mouth and Revisit Intentions to Rural Tourism Destinations: a Case of North Dakota, USA
Destination managers in rural states, like North Dakota, understand the benefits of tourism and, thus, the importance of studying visitors' intentions. This study investigated visitors' perceptionsExpand
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Preliminary Feasibility Analysis For An Integrated Biomaterials And Ethanol Biorefinery Using Wheat Straw Feedstock
Biobased products and fuels appear to have a very bright future. A consortium led by NDSU is currently engaged in a project that would use cellulose nanofibers derived from wheat straw to make aExpand
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Economic Contribution of the Sugarbeet Industry in Minnesota and North Dakota
Agricultural industries in small geographical areas with limited acreage tend to be overlooked by those not associated with the growing region or industry. Sugarbeets continue to be produced in aExpand
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Assessing the Economic Impact of Invasive Weeds: The Case of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula)1
Abstract Leafy spurge has become a serious problem for ranchers and land managers in the northern Great Plains region. A bioeconomic model was developed to estimate the economic impacts of leafyExpand
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Estimating the Economic Impact of Event Tourism
Abstract Tourism has become an important economic sector in many parts of the world, and many regions, states, and local areas have identified expenditures by visitors as a potential source ofExpand
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Agricultural and recreational impacts of the conservation reserve program in rural North Dakota, USA.
The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), created in 1985, provides conservation benefits and agricultural supply control through voluntary, long-term retirement of crop land. While the effects of theExpand
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LOCAL SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM
The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), first enacted in 1985, seeks to achieve both conservation and agricultural supply control objectives through voluntary, long-term (10 year contracts)Expand
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Socioeconomic impacts of the Conservation Reserve Program in North Dakota.
Abstract The short‐run economic impacts of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) in North Dakota are estimated by using an input‐output model together with results from a statewide survey of CRPExpand
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BIOREFINERIES USING AGRICULTURAL RESIDUE FEEDSTOCK IN THE GREAT PLAINS
Rising prices and uncertain supplies of petroleum, together with environmental concerns regarding fossil fuel combustion, has enhanced interest in biobased products and fuels. The work reported hereExpand
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