The Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology and Economics of Desert Destruction and Restoration. David A. Bainbridge San Diego, CA 2004. Play time!. Introduction. Desert degradation is usually caused by a set of interlocking factors
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David A. BainbridgeSan Diego, CA
This is a legal play area. Repairs are difficult and costly
$econ activity minus damage $eco = less than zero
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Damage and repair assessment
Condition Area/length Cost/unit Total ha denuded
or dense tracks 194 50,000 9700000with OHV impact 740 20,000 14800000km route 576 12,000 6912000km wash routes 77 25,000 1925000 Net $3,333,7000Damage assessment from Matchett et al., 2004. Repair estimates from experience.
and future generations
Skeet shooting in the Crystal Palace would be fun!