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Using public surveys to estimate the total economic value of natural resources. / Goodman, S.; Daniel, H.; Jaffry, Shabbar; Seabrooke, W.

In: The Coastal Society Bulletin, Vol. 19, No. 1&2, 1997, p. 12-23.

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Goodman S, Daniel H, Jaffry S, Seabrooke W. Using public surveys to estimate the total economic value of natural resources. The Coastal Society Bulletin. 1997;19(1&2):12-23.

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Goodman, S. ; Daniel, H. ; Jaffry, Shabbar ; Seabrooke, W. / Using public surveys to estimate the total economic value of natural resources. In: The Coastal Society Bulletin. 1997 ; Vol. 19, No. 1&2. pp. 12-23.

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