Estimating the Total Economic Value (TEV) of the Navakavu LMMA (Locally Managed Marine Area) in Viti Levu Island (Fiji)

Estimating the Total Economic Value (TEV) of the Navakavu LMMA (Locally Managed Marine Area) in Viti Levu Island (Fiji)

Primary Country: Fiji
Ecosystem: coral reef
Sample Value Estimates:
Present value of coastal protection over 10 years for:
  1. J$7,452,262: coral reefs with 5% discount rate
  2. FJ$5,124,088: coral reefs with 15% discount rate
  3. $1,489,643: mangroves with 5% discount rate
  4. $1,027,985: mangroves with 15% discount rate
  5. FJ$7.88-FJ$15.15: Value of time, survey respondents are willing to contribute towards conserving iqoliqoli (coast, coral reef, mangrov
  6. for future generations, per month, per individual
  7. FJ$$40,988 -$59,390: NPV of research and education activities over next 10 years for habitat (coral, mangroves, fishi
  8. FJ$ 49,436- $91,678: NPV of research and education activities over next 20 years for habitat (coral, mangroves, fishi
  9. FJ$3,034,460-$3,073,442 per year (US$1,764,221-$1,786,
  10. : TEV of the coastal
  11. FJ$1,426,018/year: gross economic benefits from fishing/gleaning activities
  12. $12,847 per household per year: economic benefits of fishing per household per year
Methodology: benefits transfer
Region: Pacific
Data source: CRISP

Publication information

O'Garra, T. “Estimating the Total Economic Value (TEV) of the Navakavu LMMA (Locally Managed Marine Area) in Viti Levu Island (Fiji)” Coral Reef Initiatives for the Pacific (CRISP), 2007

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