Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Direct Value

Worth assigned to biological diversity. Direct value is assigned to those products that are harvested and used by humans. It is divided into consumptive use value, products such as fuelwood and game that are consumed locally, and productive use value, products harvested and sold in commercial markets (this would include bushmeat). Also referred to as use value, commodity value.

Cf. indirect value.

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