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Bergerson, Terry Benefits of Non-Motorized Trails Oregon Parks & Recreation Department

Bergstrom, John and Ready, Richard What Have We Learned from Over 20 Years of Farmland Amenity Valuation Research in North America? Review of Agricultural Economics- Volume 31, Number 1, Pgs 21-49

Berrens, R., Bergland, O., & Adams, R. M. (1993). Valuation issues in an urban recreational fishery: spring chinook salmon in portland, oregon. Journal of leisure research, 25(1), 70-83.

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Bohlen, Curtis, and Lynne Y. Lewis. "Examining the economic impacts of hydropower dams on property values using GIS." Journal of Environmental Management 90.(2009): S258-S269. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 24 May 2011.

Bolitzer, B., & Netusil, N. R. (2000). The impact of open spaces on property values in Portland, Oregon . Journal of Environmental Management, 59, 3, 185-193. -KKPProperty Values and Demand for Outdoor Recreation

Brown, G., & Mendelsohn, R. (2001). The hedonic travel cost method.

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Casey, J. F., Vukina, T., & Danielson, L. E. (1995). The economic value of hiking: further considerations of opportunity cost of time in recreational demand models. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 27, 2, 658-668.

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Coupal, R. H., Bastian, C., May, J., & Taylor, D. T. (2001). The economic benefits of snowmobiling to Wyoming residents: A travel cost approach with market segmentation . Journal of Leisure Research, 33(4), 492-510.

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Danzer, J. R., (2006). Tourism and trails. Rails to Trails. 17-9.

Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Burty, David T. Trees in the city: Valuing street trees in Portland, Oregon. Landscape and Urban Planning 94 (2010). 77-83


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Greenwood, D.T. and Holt, R.P.F. Local economic development in the 21st century: Quality of life and sustainability. M.E.Sharpe (2010). Armonk, New York.

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Jim, C. Y., & Chen, W. Y. (2009). Value of scenic views: Hedonic assessment of private housing in Hong Kong. Landscape and Urban Planning, 91(4), 226-234. doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2009.01.009


Kahn, James R (1995). Square Pegs and Round Holes- Can The Economic Paradigm Be Used To Value the Wilderness? Growth & Change Vol. 26 Issue 4, Pg 591

Kiel, K.A. and M.A. Boyle. (2001). A survey of house price hedonic studies of the impact of environmental externalities. Journal of Real Estate Literature. 9(2):117-144.

Keith, J., Fawson, C., & Chang, T., (1996). Recreation as an economic development strategy: some evidence from Utah. The Free Library.


Lewis, Bohlen, Wilson (2008). Dams, Dam Removal, and River Restoration- A Hedonic Property Value Analysis Contemporary Economic Policy Vol. 26 175-186

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Loomis, J., Kent, P., Strange, L., Fausch, K., & Covich, A. (1999, September 23). Measuring the total economic value of restoring ecosystem services in an impaired river basin: results from a contingent valuation survey. Ecological Economics,33, 103-117.


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Murdock Jennifer (2005). Handling Unobserved Site Characteristics in Random Utility Models of Recreation Demand Journal of Economics and Management

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Peterson, M., Mertig, A., & Jianguo, L. (2007). Influence of urban immigrants on outdoor recreation and land use in Teton valley. Journal of Park & Recreation Administration, 25(4), 25-38.



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"The ups and downs of dams." Economist 395.8683 (2010): 13-16. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 24 May 2011.

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Yu, S., Han, S., Chai, C. (2005). Modeling the value of view in real estate valuation: A 3-D GID approach. 11th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. Singapore.