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amenity demand for inland waterways informal activities a preliminary report by M. J. Stabler

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Published by University of Reading, Department of Economics, Amenity Waterways Study Unit in Reading .
Written in English

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StatementM.J. Stabler and Sally Ash.
ContributionsAsh, Sally., University of Reading. Department of Economics. Amenity Waterways Study Unit.
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