Estimating the Total Economic Value of Coral Reefs for Residents of Sampela, a Bajau Community in Wakatobi Marine National, Sulawesi: A Case Study

Estimating the Total Economic Value of Coral Reefs for Residents of Sampela, a Bajau Community in Wakatobi Marine National, Sulawesi: A Case Study

Primary Country: Indonesia
Ecosystem: coral reef
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $473/ km2: Coastal protection value of reefs inside Wakatobi National Park per km2
  2. $10,340 / km2: Fisheries revenues from reef inside Wakatobi National Park per km2 reef
  3. $2.2 million: Fisheries NPV over 20 years with 10% discount rate
  4. $1,320 / km2: Eco-tourist revenues inside Wakatobi National Park per km2
  5. $286,000: Eco-tourist NPV over 20 years with 10% discount rate
  6. $473/ km2: Coastal protection value of reefs inside Wakatobi National Park per km2 Values shown were provided by partner databases. ESVD values are from a derived data set. This value point is for
  7. 7.36 EUR/ha/yr: Tourism
  8. 0.25EUR/ha/yr: Tourism
  9. 57.69 EUR/ha/yr: Fish
  10. 2.69 EUR/ha/yr: Storm protection TEV coral reefs inside Wakatobi National Park
  11. $308,000 /year : annually
  12. 12,100 / km2: per km2
  13. $2.6 million: NPV over 20 years with 10% discount rate
Region: Asia
Data source: Consvalmap.org

Publication information

Hargreaves-Allen, V. “Estimating the Total Economic Value of Coral Reefs for Residents of Sampela, a Bajau Community in Wakatobi Marine National, Sulawesi: A Case Study” Facility of Life Sciences, University of London, 2004

Addtional Notes

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Economic Valuation Study

Reducing Impacts from Natural Hazards

Coral Reef

Coastal protection provided by coral reefs in Indonesia's Wakatobi National Park in Southeast Sulawesi was estimated to be worth $473/km_ or $1,320 annually. http://www.reefbase.org/download/download.aspx?type=10&docid=11351

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