Volume 79 2008

The Economics of Forest Disturbances

Wildfires, Storms, and Invasive Species

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4369-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-4370-3 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. The Economics and Ecology of Forest Disturbances

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      Pages 3-14

      An Introduction to the Economics of Forest Disturbance

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      Pages 15-32

      Forest Economics, Natural Disturbances and the New Ecology

  3. Forest Disturbance Processes

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      Pages 35-58

      Natural Disturbance Production Functions

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      Pages 59-77

      Statistical Analysis of Large Wildfires

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      Pages 79-106

      The Production of Large and Small Wildfires

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      Pages 107-122

      Climatology for Wildfire Management

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      Pages 123-147

      Wildland Arson Management

  4. Valuing the Economic Impacts of Forest Disturbances

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      Pages 151-166

      Designing Economic Impact Assessments for USFS Wildfire Programs

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      Pages 167-190

      Timber Salvage Economics

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      Pages 191-208

      Wildfire and the Economic Value of Wilderness Recreation

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      Pages 209-228

      Forest Disturbance Impacts on Residential Property Values

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      Pages 229-243

      Contingent Valuation of Fuel Hazard Reduction Treatments

  5. Decision Making in Response to Forest Disturbances

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      Pages 247-272

      Analyzing Trade-Offs Between Fuels Management, Suppression, and Damages from Wildfire

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      Pages 273-293

      A Review of State and Local Regulation for Wildfire Mitigation

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      Pages 295-322

      Economic Analysis of Federal Wildfire Management Programs

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      Pages 323-340

      Incentives and Wildfire Management in the United States

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      Pages 341-360

      Forecasting Wildfire Suppression Expenditures for the United States Forest Service

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      Pages 361-380

      Toward a Unified Economic Theory of Fire Program Analysis with Strategies for Empirical Modeling

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      Pages 381-406

      Economic Aspects of Invasive Forest Pest Management

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 407-415