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    What is the major finding of the Olenick et al 2005 study? Include perception in your response.

    Texas landowner perceptions regarding ecosystem services and cost-sharing land management programs
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800904003726
    Keith L. Olenicka, Urs P. Kreuterb, J. Richard Connerc

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    The major finding of this study is the fact that land owners seem to perceive efforts to reduce brush in order to increase water yields, and improve the habitat, as being more important than efforts to ...

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    This solution describes key aspects of environmental sociology.

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