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"Wildlife Refuges Boost Home Values" on the 90-Second Naturalist

This study: Liu, Xiangping, Laura O. Taylor, Timothy L. Hamilton, and Peter E. Grigelis. "Amenity values of proximity to National Wildlife Refuges: An analysis of urban residential property values." Ecological Economics 94 (2013): 37-43. Abstract. This research quantifies the property value benefits of National Wildlife Refuges near urban areas on...
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