Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida

Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: coral reef
Sample Value Estimates:
CS per day associated with overall use in Florida of
  1. $12 / person / day: natural and
  2. $4.02 / person / day: artificial reef use for residents
  3. $16.16 / person / day: artificial reef use for non residents CS per person per day for snorkelling off the coasts of Florida
  4. $3.02 / person / day:: for residents
  5. $8.37 / person / day: for non-residents
Methodology: contingent valuation
Region: Americas / Gulf of Mexico/Atlantic
Data source: National Ocean Economics Program

Publication information

Johns, G.M. Leeworthy, V.R.Bell, F.W.Bonn, M.A. “Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida” Hazen and Sawyer and Florida State University under contract to Broward County Florida. Partnership of Broward, Palm Beach, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties; Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary., 2001

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