The Fishery Resources of the National Forests: Extent, Uses and Economic Benefits--1988

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Sport Fishing Institute for USDA Forest Service, Wildlife and Fisheries, 1990 - Fishery resources - 177 pages
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Page 81 - Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia, as well as Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
Page 6 - The initial round of indirect purchases has further indirect impacts as suppliers to the direct businesses make purchases to meet that demand. Induced Impact: The purchases of goods and services resulting from the wages paid by the directly and indirectly affected businesses. Induced impacts have additional indirect and induced impacts as well.
Page 9 - Regional Forester for which population viability is a concern, as evidenced by: a. Significant current or predicted downward trends in population numbers or density. b. Significant current or predicted downward trends in habitat capability that would reduce a species
Page 4 - How much value do people place on the resource?" While these two benefits are distinct, they are not entirely inseparable. Neither benefit type has greater merit as an economic concept than the other; they answer two distinct questions.
Page 1 - This report provides information on the types and extent of various waters, the consumptive, nonconsumptive, subsistence, and commercial use of the fisheries found in these waters, and the existence and stock condition of aquatic species found in waters on National Forests. The economic significance of the commercial, recreational, nonconsumptive, and subsistence uses are also estimated. This information will better enable the Forest Service to protect and develop the highly valuable resources found...
Page 8 - Act of 1973, which requires the agency to protect not only endangered species, but also any species that is "threatened" — "likely to become an endangered species within the forseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its rang...
Page 9 - ... or zones, of vegetation. Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR): Energy propagated through space in the form of an advancing interaction between electric and magnetic fields. EMR is also called electromagnetic energy. Endangered Species: According to the US Endangered species Act, a species in imminent danger of extinction in all or a significant portion of its range.
Page 4 - Rather, they answer two distinct questions. reasons. Local and state government officials often base decisions on the economic impact in their region which translates into jobs, income, and tax receipts. In contrast, economic value is the value people place on the resource. This concept is certainly important to those people who value the fishing experience and the fish stock as a component of that experience. In addition, it has become a concept with increasingly greater application in fisheries...
Page 106 - Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Page 171 - Northern (Rl) Rocky Mountain (R2) Southwestern (R3) Intermountain (R4) Pacific Southwest (R5) Pacific Northwest (R6) Southern (R8) Eastern (R9) Alaska (RIO) States and Affiliates MT.

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