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The economic efficiency of wetland mitigation in Minnesota's Red River Valley was examined using the Minnesota Routine Assessment Method on ten wetland case studies to ra [...]
1998 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The economic feasibility of alternative wetland restoration activities to store water and reduce flood damage was evaluated in the Maple River Watershed, North Dakota, a [...]
2001 | Report |
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Ownership in property can be thought of as ownership of the rights to the "incomes" associated with different uses of the property. Each potential use has a separate eco [...]
1996 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The wetlands issue, in a three country portion of the prairie pothole region, as it relates to land-use decisions involving cropland and wetland habitat is discussed. An [...]
1980 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Human activities have resulted in the loss of about half of the original 221 million acres of wetlands in the conterminous 48 states. Federal laws, policies, and programs [...]
1999 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The objective of this study was to estimate some economic values of Mud Lake, a managed, lacustrine wetland on the Minnesota-South Dakota border. Several outputs of Mud [...]
1997 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Over one-half (57%) of the 1,757 respondents to a random survey of North Dakota households agree that all remaining natural wetlands in the state should be preserved. Ne [...]
1998 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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