Assessing Tourists' Multi-Attribute Preferences for Public Beach Access

Assessing Tourists' Multi-Attribute Preferences for Public Beach Access

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: beach
Sample Value Estimates:
Visitors were willing to pay approximately
  1. $14.06 to acquire one more main beach access point
  2. $17.31 to acquire two more main access points in their beach destination.
  3. $9.73-$10.82 : visitors would require compensation of $9.73-$10.82 when considering a moderately crowded beach (Moderately Crowd
  4. .
  5. $33.53-$37.86 : compensation of $33.53-$37.86 will be required before visitors accept highly crowded beach sites (Highly Crowd
  6. .
Methodology: Choice Experiments
Region: Americas / Atlantic
Data source: NOEP

Publication information

Oh, C. Draper, J.Dixon, A. “Assessing Tourists' Multi-Attribute Preferences for Public Beach Access” Coastal Management, 37(2), 2009

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