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Economic value of wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin

Jay A. Leitch

Economic value of wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin

comparison of four measurement techniques

by Jay A. Leitch

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Published by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, North Dakota State University in Fargo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota,
  • Sheyenne River watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Wildlife management -- Economic aspects -- North Dakota -- Sheyenne River watershed.,
    • Zoology, Economic -- North Dakota -- Sheyenne River watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJay A. Leitch and William C. Nelson.
      SeriesAgricultural economics report ; no. 114, Agricultural economics report (North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (Fargo)) ;, no. 114.
      ContributionsNelson, William C., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB205.S7 N64 no. 114, SK433 N64 no. 114
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 25 p. ;
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4695154M
      LC Control Number77621839

      Land and water are ecologically linked in a natural system called a catchment, drainage basin, or watershed. We are all connected through watersheds. A watershed is a web of life. The life it supports is interconnected, meaning every creature and plant depends on other creatures and plants in the watershed for sustenance. If the whole watershed is like our bodies, then rivers.   Amazon Waters: Conserving Wildlife, Securing Livelihoods Society is working with an array of stakeholders to develop a shared vision for the Amazon that recognizes the value of fisheries, wildlife, and their aquatic habitats, as well as the need to manage these resources sustainably in a way that contributes to the quality of life of people.

      The largest and most dangerous reptile of the Amazon River basin, the black caiman (technically a species of alligator) can approach 20 feet in length and weigh up to half a ton. As the apex predators of their lush, humid ecosystem, black caimans will eat pretty much anything that moves, ranging from mammals to birds to their fellow reptiles. 4 Affected Environment Flowing stream. Scott Ralston/USFWS overfl ow into the Sheyenne River. Since , Devils Lake has risen feet in elevation, and There have been many studies on the economic benefi ts of national wildlife refuges and the outdoor recreation industry. A report by.

      Sheyenne River Products is a North Dakota Trade Name filed on Ap The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is The company's principal address is 8th Ave Nw, West Fargo, ND Founded: The Sheyenne River Study Unit (SRSU) is located in eastern North Dakota. The The SRSU cov mi² including the Devils Lake basin. Figures and A illustrate the SU and several principal tributaries within it. The river lies entirely within North Dakota. All or parts of McHenry, Ransom, Richland, Cass, Barnes, The Sheyenne File Size: KB.


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Economic value of wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin by Jay A. Leitch Download PDF EPUB FB2

The primary objective of this study was to estimate the economic value of wildlife of the Lower Sheyenne River Basin (LSRB). The components of this objective were (1) to describe the wildlife community of the LSRB and (2) to apply and compare alternative methods of estimating values of wildlife in this area.

Economic Value of Wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin: Comparison of Four Measurement Techniques. By Jay A. Leitch and William C. Nelson. Abstract. Wildlife is continually being reduced in numbers due to man's activities which are competitive with wildlife for the use of land.

The authors hope that this report will assist individuals Author: Jay A. Leitch and William C. Nelson. Leitch, Jay A. & Nelson, William C., "Economic Value of Wildlife in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin: Comparison of Four Measurement Techniques," Agricultural Economics ReportsNorth Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied by: Lower Sheyenne River August 8-Digit Hydrologic Unit Profile Introduction The Lower Sheyenne River 8-Digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) () sub-basin is approximately 1, acres covering parts of six counties (Barnes, Cass, Ransom, Richland, Sargent, and Stutsman) in the Souris-Red-Rainy Region – Red River Sub-Region.

Sheyenne River-“Barnes Model” Page 1 of 45 _____ INTRODUCTION The Upper Sheyenne River sub-basin () and the Middle Sheyenne River sub-basin () collectively encompass approximately 3, square miles, or nearly million acres located within twelve counties (Barnes, Benson, Eddy, Foster, Griggs, McHenry, Nelson.

Agricultural Economics Report No. Environmental Trade-Offs in the Lower Sheyenne Valley water quality in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin. The research is being "Application of Five Methods for Measurement of Wildlife Value; Lower Sheyenne River Basin, North Dakota," Sheyenne River The Sheyenne River is one of the major tributaries of the Red River of the North, meandering miles ( km) across eastern North Dakota, United States.

The river begins about 15 miles (24 km) north of McClusky, North Dakota, and flows. Literature Review of Archaeological, Historical, and Paleontological Resources of the Sheyenne River Basin in North Dakota. Susan C. Vehik, Rain Vehik. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following CollectionsAuthor: Susan C Vehik, Rain Vehik.

The economic feasibility of restoring previously drained wetlands to reduce flood damage was evaluated in North Dakota's Maple River Watershed, a sub-watershed of the Red River Valley of the North.

Bürgerzufriedenheit mit Portalen der öffentlichen Verwaltung – Ergebnisse einer Untersuchung über Zufriedenheitsmodelle und Vertrauensfragen im E-government Conference Paper May with.

Lower Sheyenne River Basin, Water, Land, People. uses must be estimated. It is the purpose of this report to: (1) present the procedures used to derive estimates of economic value, and (2) derive the economic value of 'water oriented' outdoor recreation in the Kissimrnae River Basin.

Social effect, Universities, National government. HYDROLOGY OF THE UPPER CHEYENNE RIVER BASIN HYDROLOGY OF STOCK-WATER RESERVOIRS IN UPPER CHEYENNE RIVER BASIN By E.

CULLER ABSTRACT The objective of this investigation was to determine the effect on runoff of the many stock reservoirs in the Cheyenne River basin above Angostura Dam. As a first step it was necessary to determine, within Cited by: 2.

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The Ruaha/Rufiji River Basin, Tanzania 9. The Zayandeh Rud Basin, Iran The Bhavani River Basin, India Conservation initiatives in the Amazon basin are numerous. Protected areas have traditionally formed the backbone of conservation strategies in the region.

More recently, indigenous reserves and community forests have been recognized for their conservation value. At the international level, REDD+, payments for ecosystem services, and other. Sheyenne River, river, central North Dakota, rises in Sheridan county and flows east past the Spirit Lake Sioux reservation, then south through Valley City, near which Baldhill Dam impounds Lake Ashtabula, and near Lisbon it turns northeast to join the Red River of the North about 10 miles (16 km) north of Sheyenne River is about miles ( km) long, the longest river.

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River watershed, thirty in the Upper Sheyenne River sub-basin () and thirty in the Middle Sheyenne River sub-basin (). While some sites occurred in the Sheridan Model sub watershed (Figure 17), there were not enough sites located in each of the sub watersheds to determine geomorphic assessments at that level.

Therefore, for the. Forty-one award-winning interpretive panels are spread over the mile drive through the beautiful Sheyenne River Valley. Starting north of Valley City and heading south to Kathryn, Fort Ransom and Lisbon you will learn about the history, culture, wildlife, archaeology and geology of the region.

Enjoy the many "mom and pop" shops along the on: Main St. W, Valley City,ND. Sheyenne National Grassland. Forest: Dakota Prairie National Grasslands District: Sheyenne Ranger District Description: The soil of the grasslands is a thick mantle of sand deposited by advancing glacial northern end of the National Grassland is oak savanna – a.

Upper Sheyenne River August 8-Digit Hydrologic Unit Profile Page 8 of 13 Soil Productivity 11 The Upper Sheyenne River sub-basin has a wide variety of soil productivities.

In the northwest part of the sub-basin, there is a large area of wind blown sands from Glacial Lake Souris. SHEYENNE RIVER NEAR KINDRED, ND.

Devils Lake-Sheyenne Basin Lower Sheyenne Subbasin. LOCATIONLat 46°37 54, long 97°00 01 referenced to North American Datum ofin SE ¼ SE ¼ SW ¼ sec, T N., R W., Cass County, ND.sheyenne river basin (subbasin of rrnb) sheyenne river above harvey, nd: 05/21 cdt -- -- [encoder] 05/21 cdt -- -- sheyenne r ab devils lk state outlet nr flora, nd: 05/21 cdt -- -- [bubbler] 05/21 cdt -- -- sheyenne r bl devils lk state outlet nr.The Colorado River provides drinking water for one in ten Americans, nourishes cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, and Phoenix, and the lower half of the river waters nearly 90 percent of the nation’s winter vegetables.

However, water demands are outstripping supply, and climate change makes the situation even more urgent. The river is.