The Economics of Natural Environments: Studies in the Valuation of Commodity and Amenity Resources

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5-1. Investment and Annual Cost-Benefits of Mountain Sheep- Pleasant Valley101
5-2 Investment and Annual Costs-Benefits of High Mountain Sheep Project103
5-3 Overstatement of Hydroelectric Capacity and Energy Values by Neglecting Influence of Technological Advances110
5-4 Investment and Annual Costs-Benefits of Pleasant Valley-Low Mountain Sheep114
5-5 Investment and Annual Cost of Pleasant Valley-Low Mountain Sheep (Mountain Sheep Plan No. 2) Alternate Nuclear Base plus Supplemental Peaking116
5-6 Investment and Annual Costs-Benefits of High Mountain Sheep (Mountain Sheep Plan No. 1)118
5-7 Investment and Annual Cost of High Mountain Sheep (Mountain Sheep Plan No. 1) Alternate Nuclear Base plus Supplemental Peaking120
6-1 Present Value of One Dollar's Worth of Initial Year's Benefits Growing at α and Discounted at i133
6-2 Initial Year's Preservation Benefits Needed to Equal Benefits from Development134
6-3 Opportunity Costs of Altering Free-Flowing River and Related Canyon Environment by Development of High Mountain Sheep136
7-1A Trail Extensions for White Clouds Threshold Wilderness Reccreation163
7-1B Sanitary Facilities for White Clouds Threshold Wilderness Reccreation163
7-2 Present Value of Wilderness Recreation Benefits of White Clouds169
7-3 Present Value of Current Level of Recreation Without Additional Investment in White Cloud Peaks Trail and Sanitary Facilities170
7-4 Incremental Benefits and Costs of Increased Expenditures on White Clouds Trail and Related Recreational Facilities171
7-5 Big Boulder Creek C & H Allotment--Allotment Acres173

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