Input–output modeling, outdoor recreation, and the economic impacts of weeds

  title={Input–output modeling, outdoor recreation, and the economic impacts of weeds},
  author={Mark E. Eiswerth and T. Darden and W. Johnson and J. Agapoff and Thomas R. Harris},
  • Mark E. Eiswerth, T. Darden, +2 authors Thomas R. Harris
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Abstract Nonindigenous invasive weed species can have substantial negative impacts on the quantity and quality of outdoor recreational activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife viewing, and water-based recreation. Despite the significance of impacts on recreation, very little research has been performed to estimate the corresponding economic losses at spatial scales such as regions, states, and watersheds. This is true primarily because in most jurisdictions the data necessary to… CONTINUE READING
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