Honey Hill: a Systems Analysis for Planning the Multiple Use of Controlled Water Areas. Volume 2.
HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MASS DEPT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
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The first purpose of this research was to focus attention on ways and means for measuring non-monetary social and environmental costs and benefits and comparing them with costs and benefits measurable in dollars. The second purpose was to develop better ways to plan for the multiple use of water and related land resources, with emphasis on recreation uses. Volume 2 contains the appendices to volume 1, AD-736 343.
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