Economic values and economic impacts associated with consumptive uses of Maine's fish and wildlife resources
Kevin J. Boyle, Maine. Legislature. Commission to Study the Impact of Game and Nongame Species on Maine's Economy
Maine Legislative Commission to Study the Impact of Game and Nongame Species on Maine's Economy, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 41 pages
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