Recreation Benefit Estimation: A Discussion Summary
Abstract:A discussion, of which this article is the summary, indicates there is agreement on the theory, concepts, and need for implementing methods of estimating nonmarket benefits of recreation on public lands. There is also agreement that further research is needed to improve estimation of recreation benefit. Disagreements relate to the ease of implementation and the degree to which results must be qualified.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Professor and Head, Department of Forestry and Outdoor Recreation, College of Natural Resources, Utah State University, Logan
Publication date: 1980-01-01
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