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How to determine what you can afford to spend for inventories



How to determine what you can afford to spend for inventories



U S Forest Service, Washington Office, General Technical Report (WO-28): 98-102



There are two general approaches to deciding how much to invest in an inventory; a priori allocation of funds and allocation based on either a subjective or analytical benefit cost appraisal. A subjective appraisal is most commonly used.

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