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Valuing Nature: The Decline and Preservation of Old Growth Forests

By: D Booth
287 pages, Tabs
Valuing Nature: The Decline and Preservation of Old Growth Forests
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  • Valuing Nature: The Decline and Preservation of Old Growth Forests ISBN: 9780847678600 Paperback Dec 1993 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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. . . a balanced treatment of a very timely topic . . . -CHOICE . . . a masterful presentation of the ecological and socioeconomic history of Northwest forests . . . -John M. Gowdy, Rensselelaer Polytechnic Institute

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By: D Booth
287 pages, Tabs
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A masterful presentation of the ecological and socioeconomic history of Northwest forests. . . . just the sort of analysis needed to broaden the scope of economics beyond simple cost-benefit calculations. . . . an excellent supplement for a course in resource economics or environmental ethics.--John M. Gowdy
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