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Estimating the recreational benefits of Dibeen National Park in Jordan using contingent valuation and travel cost methods



Estimating the recreational benefits of Dibeen National Park in Jordan using contingent valuation and travel cost methods



Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 9(12): 2198-2206



The objective of the study is to examine the recreational pattern of Dibeen National Park (DNP) in Jerash, Jordan and to estimate the use value that would be used to demonstrate the potential magnitude of this environmental amenity that cannot be ignored in policy making in Jordan. Two non-market evaluation techniques namely the contingent valuation method and travel cost model are used to estimate the economic value that Jordanians, place on improving DNP.

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