His Interference (communication) study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Channel (broadcasting). Channel (broadcasting) and Telecommunications are commonly linked in his work. Borrowing concepts from Interference (communication), John C. Bergstrom weaves in ideas under Telecommunications. Association (psychology) is closely attributed to Psychotherapist in his research. His work on Psychotherapist is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Association (psychology). His research combines Relation (database) and Data mining. His Relation (database) study typically links adjacent topics like Data mining.
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Measuring the Demand for Environmental Quality
John C. Bergstrom.
Benefit transfer studies: Myths, pragmatism, and idealism
Kevin J. Boyle;John C. Bergstrom.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Defining, valuing and providing ecosystem goods and services
Thomas C. Brown;John C. Bergstrom;John B. Loomis.
Natural Resources Journal (2007)
Public Environmental Amenity Benefits of Private Land: The Case of Prime Agricultural Land
John C. Bergstrom;B. L. Dillman;John R. Stoll.
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics (1985)
The Impact of Information on Environmental Commodity Valuation Decisions
John C. Bergstrom;John R. Stoll;Alan Randall.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1990)
Contingent valuation, net marginal benefits, and the scale of riparian ecosystem restoration
Thomas P. Holmes;John C. Bergstrom;Eric Huszar;Susan B. Kask.
Ecological Economics (2004)
Outdoor recreation in American life : a national assessment of demand and supply trends
H. Ken Cordell;Carter Betz;J. Michael Bowker;Donald B.K. English.
Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing. xii, 449 p. (1999)
Using meta-analysis for benefits transfer: Theory and practice
John C. Bergstrom;Laura O. Taylor.
Ecological Economics (2006)
What Do We Know About Groundwater Values? Preliminary Implications from a Meta Analysis of Contingent-Valuation Studies
Kevin J. Boyle;Gregory L. Poe;John C. Bergstrom.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1994)
Economic value of wetlands-based recreation
John C. Bergstrom;John R. Stoll;John P. Titre;Vernon L. Wright.
Ecological Economics (1990)
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