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Economic valuation has both strengths and Economic valuation also tends to handle limitations as a tool for decisionmaking. It is clear, very large-scale and long-term problems rather however, that decisions about environmental poorly. Existing economic valuation techniques management are not getting easier, and that in- can provide reliable answers to questions involv- formation about costs and benefits is increasing- ing relatively small-scale changes in resource use ly essential to ensure efficient, equitable, and sus- or availability, but become less robust as the scale tainable outcomes.