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www.fladefenders.org, 1 Sept 1992 [cached]
FDE: The State of Florida recently hired Dr. Fred Bell, an FSU resource economist, to analyze economic and recreational data, and Greiner, Inc. was contracted to analyze O&M data on Rodman.
The Game and Fish Commission has also done recent recreational surveys on Rodman.
Dr. Clyde Kiker, an engineer and resource economist, voluntarily analyzed existing data and prepared a report similar to Dr. Bell's.
and Dr. Kiker reached the same basic conclusions: Restoration will be far cheaper than maintaining Rodman, and there will be little or no economic impact on Putnam and Marion Counties if the Ocklawaha is restored . It would be redundant for the District to restudy this information, however, it would be a simple task to do so-the price tag of $150,000 is ridiculous.
Environmentally Sound Aquatic Plant Management and the Link to Applied Research
www.aquatics.org, 13 May 2006 [cached]
Frederick W. Bell, Florida State University
Frederick W. Bell, Mark A Bonn, Florida State University
Manatee Gourmet Coffee
www.manateecoffee.com, 7 Aug 2007 [cached]
In a 1997 study by Dr. Frederick Bell an economist at Florida State University and Mr. Mark McLean, shoreline property values in Broward County were compared where manatee zones were present or absent in the adjacent waters.
FWN-12-2002/ Southwest Florida Report
www.flawildlife.org, 22 Dec 2000 [cached]
Dr. Frederick Bell, an environmental economist at Florida State University, conducted the study.
It is the Federations' position that rather than being a trade-off, sustained high levels of economic growth are dependent on a healthy natural environment.Dr. Bell's careful study of the economies of Collier and Lee counties clearly supports this position.
According to Dr. Bell
, the quality of natural resources is regarded as a leading economic indicator of market activity, but the organized market does not always capture the value of natural resources.
Economic Value of Reefs in Southeast Florida
www.hazenandsawyer.com, 1 Oct 2001 [cached]
Frederick W. Bell, Professor, Economics Department, Florida State University