Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida: Final Report

Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida: Final Report

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: coral reef
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $504 million: Reef related expenditures in Monroe County, sales
  2. $140 million: Monroe County, income to county residents
  3. $1.3 billion : Reef related expenditures in Miami-Dade County, sales
  4. $614 million: income to county residents
  5. $2.1 billion : Reef related expenditures in Broward County, sales
  6. $1.1 billion: income to county residents
  7. $505 million: Reef related expenditures in Palm Beach County, sales
  8. $194 million: income to county residents
  9. $3.52 / person / day: CS associated with maintaining artificial reefs in Florida for residents
  10. $14.47 / person / day: for visitors
Region: Americas / Gulf of Mexico
Data source: Consvalmap.org; NOEP

Publication information

Johns, G.M Leeworthy, V. R.Bell, F.W.Bonn, M.A. “Socioeconomic study of reefs in southeast Florida: Final Report” Hazen and Sawyer,Florida State University, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2003

Addtional Notes

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Economic Valuation Study

Multiple Services

Coral Reef

Reef-related expenditures generated $1.3 billion in sales in Miami-Dade County during the 12-month period from June 2000 to May 2001, and resulted in $614 million in income to Miami-Dade County residents during that period.

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http://marineeconomics.noaa.gov/Reefs/PDF's/Document.pdf

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