Skip Navigation Planning & Markets
Subscribe Submission Requirements Editorial Board Archive Links Search Home

 

VII. REFERENCES

Alterman, Rachelle (1997), "The Challenge of Farmland Preservation: Lessons from a Six-Nation Comparison," Journal of the American Planning Association, 63(2), pp. 220-243.

American Farmland Trust (1995), Alternatives for Future Growth in California's Central Valley. Davis, CA.: American farmland Trust.

Barnett, Harold J. and Chandler Morse (1963), Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Eberstadt, Nicholas (1997), "World Population Implosion," The Public Interest, No. 129, Fall, pp. 3-22.

Frey, H. Thomas (1995) "Trends in Land Use in the United States" in Julian L. Simon (ed.) The State of Humanity. Cambridge: Blackwell.

Khalil, Elias L. (1997) "Production and Environmental Resources: A Prelude to an Evolutionary Framework" Southern Economic Journal, 63:4, pp. 929-946.

Mittelbach, Frank C., Robert Fletcher, Brenda Moscove and Dennis B. Wambem (1997), "Land Use Competition and Public Policy at the Rural/Urban Fringe." Pacific Regional Science Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.

Mosher, Steven W. (1997), "Too Many People? Not by a Long Shot" The Wall Street Journal, Feb 10, p. A18.

Nelson, Arthur C. (1990), "Economic Critique of U.S. Prime Farmland Preservation Policies," Journal of Rural Studies, 6(2), 119-142.

Nelson, Robert H. (1997), "Does 'Existence Value' Exist? Environmental Economics Encroaches on Religion," The Independent Review, 1:4, pp. 499-522.

Patterson, Jeffrey (1998), "Testing the Partnership Model of Growth Management," Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal, 7(2), forthcoming.

Peter, James E. (1990), "Saving Farmland: How Well Have We Done?" Planning, September, 12-17.

Rees, William E. (1996), "Revisiting Carrying Capacity: Area-Based Indicators of Sustainability" Population and Environment, 17, pp. 195-215.

Rees, William E. and Mathis Wackernagel (1994), "Ecological Footprints and Appropriated Carrying Capacity: Measuring the Natural Capital Requirements of the Human Economy," in A.M. Jansson et al.., eds., Investing in Natural Capital: The Ecological Economics Approach to Sustainability. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

Simon, Julian L. (1996), The Ultimate Resource 2. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

The Economist (1997), "A Survey of Silicon Valley" (March 29), pp. s1 - s20.

The New York Times (1997), "Sowing Preservation," March 20, pp. D 1, 19.

U.S, Bureau of the Census (1996), Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1996 (116th ed.). Washington, D.C.

Wackernagel, Mathis and William Rees (1996), Our Ecological Footprint: Reducing Human Impact on the Earth. Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers.

Zinsmeister, Karl (1993), "The Environmentalist Assault on Agriculture," The Public Interest, No. 112 (Summer), pp. 90-98.

page 7

Index

 

USC Seal


Main Page | Subscribe | Submission Requirements | Editorial Board | Archive | Links

PLANNING & MARKETS
http://www-pam.usc.edu/
ISSN 1548-6036

Copyright 1999-2000
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California 90089-0626
USA