Originally published in 1976, this title concentrates upon the management of national forests. Using the best data available, Marion Clawson considers all outputs of the national forests and all costs of national forest management to analyse forests from an economics perspective. The Economics of National Forest Management is ideal for policy makers, professional foresters, and students interested in environmental studies.
Preface; Part 1. The National Forests: An Overview;Introduction; 1. What the National Forests Are 2. Use of the National Forests Today and in the Past 3. What We Should Know, But Do Not Know Adequately, About National Forests 4. Potentials of the National Forests; Part 2. An Economic Perspective; 5. Economics of National Forest Management 6. What Is Wrong with the National Forest Management Record? 7. How to Achieve the National Forest Potential; A Concluding Comment
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