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Economic valuation of deer hunting on Louisiana public land: a travel cost analysis






Journal of Leisure Research 24(2): 99-113

Economic valuation of deer hunting on Louisiana public land: a travel cost analysis

This study employs a travel cost analysis of a Louisiana recreation site characterized by relatively low cost repeat visits by recreationists.


Accession: 002078669



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