Value Estimator Models for Wetlands-Based Recreational Use Values
AbstractEvaluation and implementation of policies affecting wetlands management may require measurement of the economic value of the policies to individuals and groups. A potentially powerful means for measuring changes in wetlands-based recreational values is the use of value estimator models. The general specification and potential applications of value estimator models for wetlands-based recreational use values are discussed in this paper. Future research needs are also identified.
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