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Effects of environmental change on recreation use and value: an application to offshore rigs in California

Effects of environmental change on recreation use and value: an application to offshore rigs in California

Staff Papers, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota (P86-34): 21

In an era of widespread concern over the effects of proposed alterations to the environment, practical methods of evaluating a change in a public good are essential. The paper describes a method of assessing the effect of environmental change on the demand for and value of a system of recreational sites, with specific application to the development of offshore oil and gas resources in California.

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