Final report upper Gunnison Basin in-stream flow project
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Fort Collins, Colo. : Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, 1994.
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1 online resource (various paginations) : illustrations
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"September 20, 1994."
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Includes bibliographical references.
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This is the final report for a project the purpose of which was to measure the value of the water flows in, and the habitats affected by water flows in the East and the Taylor Rivers near Gunnison, Colorado. Motivation for the study arose from public controversy over the proposed transmountain diversion of water from these streams to municipalities near Denver. The main goal of the study was to estimate a total uncompensated value of resource services lost if water flowing in the upper Gunnison River were diverted by one of two proposed projects. Estimated values include both market and non-market values.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Sparling, E. W., Harpman, D. A., & Booker, J. F. (1994). Final report upper Gunnison Basin in-stream flow project . Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Sparling, Edward W, David A. Harpman and James F. Booker. 1994. Final Report Upper Gunnison Basin In-stream Flow Project. Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Sparling, Edward W, David A. Harpman and James F. Booker. Final Report Upper Gunnison Basin In-stream Flow Project Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, 1994.

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Sparling, Edward W., David A Harpman, and James F Booker. Final Report Upper Gunnison Basin In-stream Flow Project Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, 1994.

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