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Redwood National Park expansion: impact on old-growth redwood stumpage prices



Redwood National Park expansion: impact on old-growth redwood stumpage prices



Land Economics 64(3): 269-275



There has been considerable argument over the possibility of enhancement of redwood prices in anticipation of the 1978 expansion of the Redwood National Park.

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DOI: 10.2307/3146250


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