By: Tek Jung Mahat
62 pages, b/w photos, tables
Economic valuation is a frequently applied measure of resource conservation in the developed world and its use is growing in the developing countries. It mainly aims to identify the role and importance of particular resources and to estimate their quantities. This is a very recent issue in Nepal, and has been used for the study of the Central Zoo, which is a major attraction for local and international tourists with a net annual visitor number of about 800,000.
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