Natural Resource Economics
Economic analysis of natural resource use and conservation, including minerals, forests, fisheries, wildlife, land, and outdoor recreation economics. Focuses on resource use patterns that are socially efficient and sustainable, and institutional arrangements for bringing these about. (Gen.Ed. SB)
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