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Precision in the Zonal Travel Cost Method – A Case Study
Zonal travel cost studies often rely on very small datasets. Conventional estimates of precision are unreliable in those circumstances. Originally posted 19/6/2015. Re-posted following site reorganisation 21/6/2016. The zonal travel cost method (ZTCM) for estimating the use value of recreational … Continue reading
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