A Contingent Behavior Travel Cost Model for Valuing Beach Width for Recreational Use

A Contingent Behavior Travel Cost Model for Valuing Beach Width for Recreational Use

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: beach
Sample Value Estimates:
beach use in Delaware
  1. $5.00/day: loss for narrowing beaches to a quarter current width
  2. $2.75/day: the gain for widening to twice current width
Methodology: contingent-behavior travel-cost model
Region: Americas / Atlantic

Publication information

Parsons, G. Chen, Z.Standing, N.Lilley, J.Hidrue, M. “A Contingent Behavior Travel Cost Model for Valuing Beach Width for Recreational Use” [Publication Name Volume: pages] , 2012

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