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

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INDEX

A
Alaska: public lands, 5. See also Trans- Alaska pipeline.
Alternative uses of natural environments: effect on discount rate determination, 64-65; evaluation, 28-33; Hells Canyon hydroelectric development proposals, 91, 92; Hells Canyon recreation proposals, 92-97; incompatibilities, 84- 85; model simplification, 80; preservation benefits evaluation, 122-25
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company: Trans-Alaska pipeline proposals, 236; Trans-Canadian pipeline rejection, 257- 58
Amenities services: alternative uses of resources, 85-86; common property attributes, 21-23; evaluation against market goods, 31-32; existence value, 124; irreversible aspects, 11-15; legislation, 3-4; measurement of demand growth, 129-132; policy recommendations, 277-83; public interest, 264
American Smelting and Refining Company: White Cloud Peaks area mining and milling proposals, 152
Appaloosa project: hydroelectric power evaluation, 104n-105n
Arrow, K. J., 14n, 49n, 52, 53, 54, 63, 70, 123, 222
Ashar, V. G., 198n, 204n
Aspin, Les, 237
Authenticity: importance in natural environments, 45-47
Automobiles: externalities of, 28n
B
Barlowe, Raleigh, 9n
Barnett, H. J., 12n, 48, 85
Bator, F. M., 20, 24n
Baumol, W. J., 63
Benefit-cost analyses: for alternative incompatible use of natural areas, 28- 35; for future generations, 67-68; for irreversible investments, 49-57; High Mountain Sheep project, 103-4, 113, 118t-21t; Low Mountain Sheep-Pleasant Valley project, 97-102, 110-13, 114t-17t; Spanish Peaks Primitive Area, 164-66; White Cloud Peaks molybdenum mining proposal, 184-85; White Cloud Peaks range resource management, 174-78, 179t; White Cloud Peaks recreation, 162-63, 168- 70, 171t
Blocked intervals, 53, 54-55, 56
Boyd, J. H., 33, 186
Boyet, W. E., 129
Brewer, Durwood, 93, 209
Brown, A., 200n
Brown, Gardner M., Jr., 33n, 219, 220, 225, 226, 227, 229, 230n, 231
Brownlee Reservoir. See Hells Canyon.
Brubaker, Sterling, 3
Brudenell, R. N., 98
Brumberg, R., 61n, 124
Buchanan, J. M., 27n
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation: Hells Canyon recreation proposals. 94
Burch, W. R., 131
Burt, O. R., 47, 93, 209
Byron, B. P., 200

C
California: ski recreation site demand, 203, 204-7
Canada. See Trans-Canada pipeline.

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