Demand for Recreational Fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A Random Utility Approach.

Demand for Recreational Fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A Random Utility Approach.

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: multiple
Sample Value Estimates:
Average values of CS per angler
  1. $1.68 / angler / trip: per trip in Tampa Bay
  2. $3.66 angler / trip: per trip in Tampa Bay and the west coast of Pinellas County
  3. $18.14 / angler / year: annual value per angler for Tampa Bay
  4. $39.53 / angler / year: annual value per angler in Tampa Bay and Pinellas County
  5. $8,335,710 / year: aggregate value for recreational fisheries access to Tampa Bay
  6. $18,163,946 / year: aggregate value for recreational fisheries access to Tampa Bay and Pinellas County
  7. $0.048 / person / year: estimated annual value for nonparticipants for Tampa Bay
  8. $0.396 / person / year : estimated annual value for nonparticipants for Tampa Bay and Pinellas County
  9. $95,507 / year : aggregate annual non use value for Tampa Bay
  10. $787,935 / year: aggregate annual non use value for Tampa Bay and Pinellas County
Region: Americas / Gulf of Mexico
Data source: Primary

Publication information

Greene, G. Moss, C.Spreen, T. “Demand for Recreational Fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A Random Utility Approach.” Marine Resource Economics, 12, 293-305., 1997

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