Measuring marine recreation benefits of water quality improvements by the nested random utility model

Measuring marine recreation benefits of water quality improvements by the nested random utility model

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: estuary
Sample Value Estimates:
average benefit measure per trip from
  1. $0.18/trip : 25% catch rate improvement, overall, for multiple sites
  2. -$2.19: welfare loss from site closures, Albemarle
  3. -$1.71: welfare loss from site closures, Pamlico
Region: Americas / Atlantic
Data source: This source provided by Salman Hussain at the Scottish Agricultural College.

Publication information

Kaoru, Yoshiaki. “Measuring marine recreation benefits of water quality improvements by the nested random utility model” Resource and Energy Economics, 1995

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