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Economic evaluation of recreational use of forests roads on the example of Pisek City Forests Ltd.

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Statistical Evaluation Of The Larvicidal Effect Of Diflubenzuron On Culex Pipiens Larval Stages

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Production of Traditional Meat Products in Small and Micro Establishments in Serbia: Current Status and Future Perspectives

Srem dry ham produced by optimizing the traditional production procedures. Meat technology 2005, 46(3-4): 110-114. 35. Radovanović R, Stamenković T, Saičić S: Evaluation of sensory and chemical characteristics of the quality of Uzice prosciutto. Meat technology 2004, 45(3-4): 108-113. 36. Balogh P., Békési D, Gorton M, Popp J, Lengyel P: Consumer willingness to pay for traditional food products. Food Policy 2016, 61: 176-184. 37. Prakash V: The Importance of Traditional and Ethnic Food in the Context of Food Safety, Harmonization, and Regulations

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Forest ecosystem services – assessment methods

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The unresolved problem of determining the forest interest rate

Gefährlichkeit Oberförster in Bonn, Lehrer der Forstwissenschaft an der mit der Universität Bonn v. JSTOR. Lowry, S.T. 1965. The Classical Greek Theory of Natural Resource Economics. Land Economics , 41 (3), 203–208. . Luo, D., Zhang, W. 2014. A comparison of Markov model-based methods for predicting the ecosystem service value of land use in Wuhan, central China. Ecosystem Services , 7, 57–65. . Manley, B., Bare, B.B. 2001. Computing maximum willingness to pay with Faustmann

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Specifics of Organic Food Markets’ Demand

REFERENCES AERTSENS J, VERBEKE W, MONDELAERS K, VAN HUYLENBROECK G: Personal determinants of organic food consumption: a review. British Food Journal, 111(10)1140-1167, 2009. AERTSENS J, MONDELAERS K, VERBEKE W, BUYSSE J, VAN HUYLENBROECK G: The influence of subjective and objective knowledge on attitude, motivations and consumption of organic food. British Food Journal, 113(11)1353-1378, 2011. ARYAL KP, CHAUDHARY P, PANDIT S, SHARMA G: Consumers’ willingness to pay for organic products: a case from Kathmandu valley. The Journal of Agriculture

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