Cost Benefit Analysis
Theoretical foundations and practical procedures of benefit-cost analysis as applied to public natural resources and environmental projects, programs and regulations. Critical discussion of strengths and weaknesses of this tool. Topics from water resources, land use, outdoor recreation, air quality, coastal zone management, and other natural resources and environmental areas. BS-ResEc majors can satisfy their Integrative Experience requirement by taking this course plus Res-Econ 394LI and 472.
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