Abdullah, N.M. 1988. Estimation of average and incremental economic values of Oregon ocean sport-caught salmon: An aggregated travel cost approach. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$78.83
Per Person Per Day*
Abdullah, N.M. 1988. Estimation of average and incremental economic values of Oregon ocean sport-caught salmon: An aggregated travel cost approach. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$52.35
Per Person Per Day*
Adler, L.L. 1993. Measuring the value of recreation: The impacts of substitute sites. PhD dissertation. University of Wyoming.
WY
Laramie River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$12.76
Per Person Per Day
Adler, L.L. 1993. Measuring the value of recreation: The impacts of substitute sites. PhD dissertation. University of Wyoming.
WY
Laramie River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$12.47
Per Person Per Day
Agnello, R.J. and L.G. Anderson. 1984. The value of fish and fishing days: A partial solution to managing recreational fisheries with stock externalities. Working paper. University of Delaware.
USA
---
Bluefish
Travel Cost Method
$10.84
Per Person Per Day*
Agnello, R.J. and L.G. Anderson.1984. The value of fish and fishing days: A partial solution to managing recreational fisheries with stock externalities. Working paper. University of Delaware.
USA
---
Weakfish
Travel Cost Method
$10.78
Per Person Per Day*
Agnello, R.J. and L.G. Anderson.1984. The value of fish and fishing days: A partial solution to managing recreational fisheries with stock externalities. Working paper. University of Delaware.
USA
---
Flounder
Travel Cost Method
$37.11
Per Person Per Day*
Agnello, R.J. and Y. Han. 1993. Substitute site measures in a varying parameter model with application to recreational fishing. Marine Resource Economics 8:65-77
NY
Long Island fishing sites
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$50.65
Per Person Per Day*
Agnello, R.J. and Y. Han. 1993. Substitute site measures in a varying parameter model with application to recreational fishing. Marine Resource Economics 8:65-77
NY
Long Island fishing sites
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$44.02
Per Person Per Day*
Agnello, R.J. and Y. Han. 1993. Substitute site measures in a varying parameter model with application to recreational fishing. Marine Resource Economics 8:65-77
NY
Long Island fishing sites
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$41.47
Per Person Per Day*
Ahn, S., J.E. De Steiguer, R.B. Palmquist and T.P. Holmes. 2000. Economic analysis of the potential impact of climate change on recreational trout fishing in the Southern Appalachian Mountains: An application of a nested multinominal logit model. Climatic Change 45:493-509
NC
Southern Appalachian Mountains
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$413.18
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$83.38
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$95.12
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
USA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$65.76
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AK
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$65.76
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$102.16
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.71
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$164.40
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$91.60
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$61.06
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.49
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.46
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$184.37
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$147.97
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$56.37
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$35.23
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.62
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NH
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.62
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NM
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.32
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NV
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.71
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$97.47
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$131.52
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$106.86
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$130.35
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$55.20
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$68.10
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.49
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$71.63
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
VT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.06
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.54
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$89.24
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.71
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$39.93
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$46.98
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$96.29
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.70
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.29
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.58
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
GA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$65.76
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$51.67
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$71.63
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$51.67
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
KS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$52.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
KY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.29
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
LA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.49
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$85.72
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MD
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$45.79
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.32
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.46
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$104.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NE
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.71
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OK
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$45.79
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OK
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$68.10
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$51.67
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$84.55
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$153.83
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
VA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$108.04
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$54.01
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$38.75
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
USA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$79.85
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$46.98
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WV
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$73.98
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
USA
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$73.98
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$132.69
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$119.78
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.49
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.46
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ND
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$59.89
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OH
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$77.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$29.36
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. 2009. Net economic values of wildlife-related recreation in 2006: Addendum to the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2006-5. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$95.12
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$216.54
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.12
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
RI
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$32.08
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.12
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$45.45
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
KS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$26.73
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NE
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.46
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$64.16
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.75
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$64.16
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ND
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.46
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OH
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$60.15
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.10
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$93.57
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ND
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.75
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.81
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Walleye
Contingent Valuation Method
$108.27
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$41.44
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$81.54
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
DE
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.10
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$89.56
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
GA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$73.52
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
KY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$81.54
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
LA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.48
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MD
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$116.29
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$38.76
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OK
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.11
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
SC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$77.53
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$74.85
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
VA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$33.42
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WV
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$33.42
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$84.21
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$65.50
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
KY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$288.72
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MD
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$56.14
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$41.44
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$73.52
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$129.66
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
VA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$74.85
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.11
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NH
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$46.78
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NJ
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$74.85
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.79
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$81.54
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
VT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$38.76
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$117.63
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NH
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$126.98
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$164.41
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$108.27
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AK
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$113.62
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$77.53
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.84
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$80.20
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$41.44
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NV
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.48
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
NM
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$90.89
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$53.47
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.81
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$58.81
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$50.79
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.51
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$74.85
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$245.95
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$82.87
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$92.23
Per Person Per Day
Aiken, R. and G.P. la Rouche. 2003. Net economic values for wildlife-related recreation in 2001: Addendum to the 2001 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 2001-3. Washington, DC: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$84.21
Per Person Per Day
Beardsley, W. 1970. Economic value of recreation benefits determined by three methods. Research Note Rm-176. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
CO
Cache la Poudre River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$7.82
Per Person Per Day
Beardsley, W. 1970. Economic value of recreation benefits determined by three methods. Research Note Rm-176. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
CO
Cache la Poudre River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$8.11
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
SE Atlantic
Catfish, Seatrout, Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$130.91
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
NE Atlantic
Catfish, Seatrout, Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$53.49
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
SW Gulf
Catfish, Seatrout, Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.77
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
NW Gulf
Snapper, Seatrout, Grouper
Contingent Valuation Method
$59.67
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
West Gulf
Snapper, Seatrout, Grouper
Contingent Valuation Method
$73.78
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
NE Atlantic
Snapper, Seatrout, Grouper
Contingent Valuation Method
$66.49
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
SW Gulf
Snapper, Seatrout, Grouper
Contingent Valuation Method
$112.22
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
SE Atlantic
Snapper, Seatrout, Grouper
Contingent Valuation Method
$151.02
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
NW Gulf
Catfish, Seatrout, Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$69.64
Per Person Per Day
Bell, F.W., P.E. Sorensen, and V.R. Leeworthy. 1982. The economic impact and valuation of saltwater recreational fisheries in Florida. Florida Sea Grant College Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, Sea Grant Report ID FLSGP-T-82-005.
FL
West Gulf
Catfish, Seatrout, Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.40
Per Person Per Day
Bennett, M., B. Provencher and R. Bishop. 2004. Experience, expectations and hindsight: Evidence of a cognitive wedge in stated preference retrospectives. Staff Paper No. 468. Madison, WI: Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
WI
Lake Michigan/Superior
Steelhead
Joint Contingent Valuation-Travel Cost Method
$225.06
Per Person Per Day*
Bennett, M., B. Provencher and R. Bishop. 2004. Experience, expectations and hindsight: Evidence of a cognitive wedge in stated preference retrospectives. Staff Paper No. 468. Madison, WI: Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
WI
Lake Michigan/Superior
Steelhead
Joint Contingent Valuation-Travel Cost Method
$130.21
Per Person Per Day*
Bergstrom, J.C. and H.K. Cordell. 1991. An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States. Journal of Leisure Research 23(1):67-86.
USA
---
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$26.11
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C. and H.K. Cordell. 1991. An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States. Journal of Leisure Research 23(1):67-86.
USA
---
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$55.22
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C. and H.K. Cordell. 1991. An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States. Journal of Leisure Research 23(1):67-86.
USA
---
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$37.13
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C. and H.K. Cordell. 1991. An analysis of the demand for and value of outdoor recreation in the United States. Journal of Leisure Research 23(1):67-86.
USA
---
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$49.12
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C., J.H. Dorfman and J.B. Loomis. 2004. Estuary management and recreational fishing benefits. Coastal Management 32:417-432.
LA
Lower Atchafalaya River Basin
Redfish
Travel Cost Method
$83.89
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C., J.H. Dorfman and J.B. Loomis. 2004. Estuary management and recreational fishing benefits. Coastal Management 32:417-432.
LA
Lower Atchafalaya River Basin
Redfish
Travel Cost Method
$43.66
Per Person Per Day
Bergstrom, J.C., J.H. Dorfman and J.B. Loomis. 2004. Estuary management and recreational fishing benefits. Coastal Management 32:417-432.
LA
Lower Atchafalaya River Basin
Redfish
Travel Cost Method
$70.02
Per Person Per Day
Bhat, G., J. Bergstrom, R.J. Teasley, J.M. Bowker and H.K. Cordell.1998. An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land- and water-based recreation in the United States. Environmental Management 22(1):69-77.
CO, WY, MT, NM
Rocky Mountains
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$35.38
Per Person Per Day
Bhat, G., J. Bergstrom, R.J. Teasley, J.M. Bowker and H.K. Cordell.1998. An ecoregional approach to the economic valuation of land- and water-based recreation in the United States. Environmental Management 22(1):69-77.
MD, WV, VA, NC, SC, TN, GA, AL
Appalachian Mountains
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$43.36
Per Person Per Day
Bilgic, A. and W.J. Florkowski. 2007. Application of a hurdle negative binomial count data model to demand for bass fishing in the southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Management 83(4):478-490.
AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, TN, NC, SC, VA, WV
---
Black Bass
Travel Cost Method
$169.47
Per Person Per Day*
Bilgic, A. and W.J. Florkowski. 2007. Application of a hurdle negative binomial count data model to demand for bass fishing in the southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Management 83(4):478-490.
AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, TN, NC, SC, VA, WV
---
Black Bass
Travel Cost Method
$169.47
Per Person Per Day*
Bilgic, A. and W.J. Florkowski. 2007. Application of a hurdle negative binomial count data model to demand for bass fishing in the southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Management 83(4):478-490.
AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, TN, NC, SC, VA, WV
---
Black Bass
Travel Cost Method
$202.47
Per Person Per Day*
Bishop, R.C., K.J. Boyle, M.P. Welsh, R.M. Baumgartner and P.R. Rathbun.1987. Glen Canyon Dam releases and downstream recreation: An analysis of user preferences and economic values. Final Report to the Recreation Subteam of the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies. Madison, WI: HBRS.
AZ
Colorado River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$67.30
Per Person Per Day*
Bishop, R.C., K.J. Boyle, M.P. Welsh, R.M. Baumgartner and P.R. Rathbun.1987. Glen Canyon Dam releases and downstream recreation: An analysis of user preferences and economic values. Final Report to the Recreation Subteam of the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies. Madison, WI: HBRS.
AZ
Colorado River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$84.12
Per Person Per Day*
Bockstael, N.E., I.E. Strand, Jr., K.E. McConnell and F Arsanjani. 1990. Sample selection bias in the estimation of recreation demand functions: An application to sportfishing. Land Economics 66(1):40-49
MD
Southern Chesapeake, Northern Chesapeake, Southwestern Chesapeake, Sussex County
Striped Bass
Travel Cost Method
$14.74
Per Person Per Day*
Bockstael, N.E., I.E. Strand, Jr., K.E. McConnell and F Arsanjani. 1990. Sample selection bias in the estimation of recreation demand functions: An application to sportfishing. Land Economics 66(1):40-49
MD
Southern Chesapeake, Northern Chesapeake, Southwestern Chesapeake, Sussex County
Striped Bass
Travel Cost Method
$164.50
Per Person Per Day*
Bockstael, N.E., I.E. Strand, Jr., K.E. McConnell and F Arsanjani. 1990. Sample selection bias in the estimation of recreation demand functions: An application to sportfishing. Land Economics 66(1):40-49
MD
Southern Chesapeake, Northern Chesapeake, Southwestern Chesapeake, Sussex County
Striped Bass
Travel Cost Method
$22.08
Per Person Per Day*
Bockstael, N.E., I.E. Strand, Jr., K.E. McConnell and F Arsanjani. 1990. Sample selection bias in the estimation of recreation demand functions: An application to sportfishing. Land Economics 66(1):40-49
MD
Southern Chesapeake, Northern Chesapeake, Southwestern Chesapeake, Sussex County
Striped Bass
Travel Cost Method
$101.08
Per Person Per Day*
Bowes, M.D. and J.V. Krutilla. 1989. Recreation valuation for forest planning. In M.D. Bowes and J.V. Krutilla, Multiple Use Management: The Economics of Public Forest Lands. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. Pp. 213-247.
NH, ME
White Mountain National Forest
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$12.51
Per Person Per Day*
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
AZ, CO, ID, KS, MT, ND, NE, NM, SD, UT, WY
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$100.45
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
USA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$35.68
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
CA, OR, and WA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$52.13
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
AZ, CO, ID, KS, MT, ND, NE, NM, SD, UT, WY
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$40.84
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
MN, WI, MI, IA, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, MD, DE, PA, RI, NJ, NY, VT, NH, MA, ME, CT
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$37.38
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, KY, TN, SC, NC, VA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$72.39
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
USA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$119.00
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
CA, OR, and WA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$87.04
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
MN, WI, MI, IA, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, MD, DE, PA, RI, NJ, NY, VT, NH, MA, ME, CT
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$54.27
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, KY, TN, SC, NC, VA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$102.39
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
USA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$55.39
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
CA, OR, and WA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$84.68
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
AZ, CO, ID, KS, MT, ND, NE, NM, SD, UT, WY
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$63.07
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
MN, WI, MI, IA, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, MD, DE, PA, RI, NJ, NY, VT, NH, MA, ME, CT
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$60.18
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., C.M. Starbuck, D.B.K. English, J.C. Bergstrom, R.S. Rosenberger and D.W. McCollum. 2009. Estimating the net economic value of national forest recreation: An application of the National Visitor Use Monitoring Database. Faculty Series Working Paper, FA 09-02. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 222pp.
TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, KY, TN, SC, NC, VA
---
Various
Travel Cost Method
$115.08
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., J.C. Bergstrom and J. Gill. 2004. The Waterway at New River State Park. Final Report Prepared for the Virginia Department of Conservation. Athens, GA: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station and the University of Georgia.
VA
New River State Park
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$15.09
Per Person Per Day
Bowker, J.M., J.C. Bergstrom and J. Gill. 2004. The Waterway at New River State Park. Final Report Prepared for the Virginia Department of Conservation. Athens, GA: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station and the University of Georgia.
VA
New River State Park
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$32.47
Per Person Per Day
Boyle, K.J.1989. Commodity specification and the framing of contingent valuation questions. Land Economics 65(1):57-63.
WI
Southern WI Streams
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$23.73
Per Person Per Day
Boyle, K.J.1989. Commodity specification and the framing of contingent valuation questions. Land Economics 65(1):57-63.
WI
Southern WI Streams
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$20.35
Per Person Per Day
Boyle, K.J.1989. Commodity specification and the framing of contingent valuation questions. Land Economics 65(1):57-63.
WI
Southern WI Streams
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$21.13
Per Person Per Day
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AK, CA, OR, WA
US Census Region Pacific
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$3.02
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, UT, WY
USFWS Trout Region Mountain
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.74
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AK
USFWS Region 7
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.33
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT, WY
US Census Region Mountain
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.74
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA, IL, IN, MO
USFWS Region 3
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.63
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA, KS, MO, NE
US Census Region West North Central
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.65
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IL, IN
US Census Region East North Central
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$36.21
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN
USFWS Region 4
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$4.53
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
DE, MA, MD, RI, VA, WV
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.67
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL, KY, MS, TN
US Census Region East South Central
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.67
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
DE, IA, IL, KS, KY, MA, MD, MO, NE, RI, VA, WV
USFWS Bass Region Northern
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.14
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV
USFWS Region 5
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$15.09
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT
US Census Region New England
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$15.09
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ, NM, OK, TX
USFWS Region 2
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$158.42
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO, KS, MT, NE, UT, WY
USFWS Region 6
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.72
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, VT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$9.05
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, VT
USFWS Trout Region Northeast
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$6.04
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., B. Roach and D.G. Waddington.1998. 1996 net economic values for bass, trout and walleye fishing, deer, elk and moose hunting, and wildlife watching: Addendum to the 1996 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. Report 96-2. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA, ID, NV, OR, WA
USFWS Region 1
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$18.11
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., M.F. Tiesl, J. Moring and S.D. Reiling.1991. Economic benefits accruing to sport fisheries on the lower Kennebec River from the provision of fish passage at Edwards Dam. Staff paper. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
Kennebec River
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$17.04
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., M.F. Tiesl, J. Moring and S.D. Reiling.1991. Economic benefits accruing to sport fisheries on the lower Kennebec River from the provision of fish passage at Edwards Dam. Staff paper. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
Kennebec River
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$16.46
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$5.82
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Bluefish
Contingent Valuation Method
$8.67
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$4.60
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Mackerel
Contingent Valuation Method
$2.84
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$4.60
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Coldwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.70
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Coldwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$26.40
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$68.10
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$53.07
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Bluefish
Contingent Valuation Method
$7.31
Per Person Per Day*
Boyle, K.J., S.D. Reiling, M. Teisl and M.L. Phillips.1990. A study of the impact of game and nongame species on Maine's economy. Staff Paper No. 423. Orono, ME: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maine.
ME
---
Mackerel
Contingent Valuation Method
$4.06
Per Person Per Day*
Breffle, W.S. and E.R. Morey. 2000. Investigating preference heterogeneity in a repeated discrete-choice recreation demand model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Marine Resource Economics 15:1-20.
ME
Penobscot River
Atlantic Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$148.33
Per Person Per Day*
Breffle, W.S. and E.R. Morey. 2000. Investigating preference heterogeneity in a repeated discrete-choice recreation demand model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Marine Resource Economics 15:1-20.
ME
Penobscot River
Atlantic Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$176.55
Per Person Per Day*
Breffle, W.S. and E.R. Morey. 2000. Investigating preference heterogeneity in a repeated discrete-choice recreation demand model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Marine Resource Economics 15:1-20.
ME
Penobscot River
Atlantic Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$147.00
Per Person Per Day*
Breffle, W.S. and E.R. Morey. 2000. Investigating preference heterogeneity in a repeated discrete-choice recreation demand model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Marine Resource Economics 15:1-20.
ME
Penobscot River
Atlantic Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$151.04
Per Person Per Day*
Breffle, W.S. and E.R. Morey. 2000. Investigating preference heterogeneity in a repeated discrete-choice recreation demand model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Marine Resource Economics 15:1-20.
ME
Penobscot River
Atlantic Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$38.26
Per Person Per Day*
Brooks, R.1991. Warm water fishing in Montana: A contingent valuation assessment of angler attitudes and economic benefits for selected waters statewide. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$150.43
Per Person Per Day
Brooks, R.1991. Warm water fishing in Montana: A contingent valuation assessment of angler attitudes and economic benefits for selected waters statewide. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$103.09
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NJ
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.73
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
OH
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$20.11
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.98
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NE
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.35
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
ND
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.47
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NH
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$20.11
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.98
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
RI
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
VT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$20.11
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IL
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.84
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IN
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.46
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
KS
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.84
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MI
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.73
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.22
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.35
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.47
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.46
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$43.09
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
DE
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.86
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
GA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.73
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
KY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.35
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MD
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.35
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NC
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.73
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
OK
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$57.46
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
SC
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.98
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$68.95
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
VA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
WV
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AK
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$80.44
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$45.97
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.35
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.73
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.47
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NV
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
NM
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$40.22
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$34.47
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
WA
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$31.60
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G. and M.J. Hay. 1987. Net economic recreation values for deer and waterfowl hunting and trout fishing, 1980. Working Paper No. 23. Washington, DC: US Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$43.09
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G.M. and M. Plummer. 1979. Recreation valuation: An economic analysis of nontimber uses of forestland in the Pacific Northwest. Pullman, WA: Forest Policy Project, Washington State University.
WA
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$79.05
Per Person Per Day
Brown, G.M. and M. Plummer. 1979. Recreation valuation: An economic analysis of nontimber uses of forestland in the Pacific Northwest. Pullman, WA: Forest Policy Project, Washington State University.
OR
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$141.45
Per Person Per Day
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
WA
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$25.06
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
WA
---
Steelhead
Travel Cost Method
$68.35
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$66.07
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$22.78
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$26.20
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
OR
---
Steelhead
Travel Cost Method
$68.35
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
OR
---
Steelhead
Travel Cost Method
$68.35
Per Person Per Day*
Brown, W.G. and F.M. Shalloof.1986. Recommended values for Columbia River salmon and steelhead for current fishery management decisions. Final report. Corvallis, OR: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University.
WA
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$67.21
Per Person Per Day*
Cantrell, R.N., M. Garcia, P. Leung and D. Ziemann. 2004. Recreational anglers' willingness to pay for increased catch rates of Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) in Hawaii. Fisheries Research 68:149-158.
HI
---
Pacific Threadfin
Contingent Valuation Method
$11.30
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$83.60
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$79.20
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Salmon, Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$92.40
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Salmon, Steelhead
Contingent Valuation Method
$224.40
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$136.40
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$83.60
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$66.00
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$321.20
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$83.60
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$96.80
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$70.40
Per Person Per Day
Charbonneau, J.J. and M.J. Hay.1978. Determinants and economic values of hunting and fishing. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natual Resources Conference 43:391-403.
USA
---
Saltwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$96.80
Per Person Per Day
Chizinski, C.J., K.L. Pope, D.B. Willis, G.R. Wilde and E.J. Rossman. 2005 Economic value of angling at a reservoir with low visitation. North American Journal of Fishries Management 25:98-104.
TX
Lake Kemp
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$81.54
Per Person Per Day
Chizinski, C.J., K.L. Pope, D.B. Willis, G.R. Wilde and E.J. Rossman. 2005 Economic value of angling at a reservoir with low visitation. North American Journal of Fishries Management 25:98-104.
TX
Lake Kemp
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$85.55
Per Person Per Day
Chizinski, C.J., K.L. Pope, D.B. Willis, G.R. Wilde and E.J. Rossman. 2005 Economic value of angling at a reservoir with low visitation. North American Journal of Fishries Management 25:98-104.
TX
Lake Kemp
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$97.58
Per Person Per Day
Chizinski, C.J., K.L. Pope, D.B. Willis, G.R. Wilde and E.J. Rossman. 2005 Economic value of angling at a reservoir with low visitation. North American Journal of Fishries Management 25:98-104.
TX
Lake Kemp
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$163.07
Per Person Per Day
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$83.53
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$87.20
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$70.41
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$80.70
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$72.68
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$88.09
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$52.03
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$63.35
Per Person Per Day*
Choi, S. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma using travel cost method.PhD dissertation. Oklahoma State University.
OK
Mountain Fork River
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$138.12
Per Person Per Day*
Connelly, N.A. and T.L. Brown. 1991. Net economic value of the freshwater recreational fisheries in New York. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 120:770-775.
NY
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$27.37
Per Person Per Day
Cooper, J.C. and J.B. Loomis. 1990. Pooled time-series cross-section travel cost models: Testing whether recreation behavior is stable over time. Leisure Sciences 12:161-171.
CA
North Fork of Feather River
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$62.43
Per Person Per Day*
Cooper, J.C. and J.B. Loomis. 1990. Pooled time-series cross-section travel cost models: Testing whether recreation behavior is stable over time. Leisure Sciences 12:161-171.
CA
North Fork of Feather River
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$55.27
Per Person Per Day*
Cooper, J.C. and J.B. Loomis. 1990. Pooled time-series cross-section travel cost models: Testing whether recreation behavior is stable over time. Leisure Sciences 12:161-171.
CA
North Fork of Feather River
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$54.03
Per Person Per Day*
Cooper, J.C. and J.B. Loomis. 1990. Pooled time-series cross-section travel cost models: Testing whether recreation behavior is stable over time. Leisure Sciences 12:161-171.
CA
North Fork of Feather River
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$52.76
Per Person Per Day*
Cooper, J.C. and J.B. Loomis. 1990. Pooled time-series cross-section travel cost models: Testing whether recreation behavior is stable over time. Leisure Sciences 12:161-171.
CA
North Fork of Feather River
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$50.31
Per Person Per Day*
Daubert, J.T. and R.A. Young. 1981. Recreational demands for maintaining instream flows: A contingent valuation approach. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 63(4):666-676.
CO
Cache la Poudre River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$103.69
Per Person Per Day
Ditton, R.B. and S.G. Sutton. 1998. A social and economic study of Fort Hood anglers. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
TX
Fort Hood
Black Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$1.12
Per Person Per Day*
Ditton, R.B. and S.G. Sutton. 1998. A social and economic study of Fort Hood anglers. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
TX
Fort Hood
Black Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$1.06
Per Person Per Day*
Ditton, R.B., B.L. Bohnsack and J.R. Stoll. 1998. A social and economic study of the winter recreational Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery in Hatteras, North Carolina. Report prepared for the American Sportfishing Association
NC
Hatteras Area
Bluefin Tuna
Contingent Valuation Method
$336.63
Per Person Per Day*
Ditton, R.B., B.L. Bohnsack and J.R. Stoll. 1998. A social and economic study of the winter recreational Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery in Hatteras, North Carolina. Report prepared for the American Sportfishing Association
NC
Hatteras Area
Bluefin Tuna
Contingent Valuation Method
$298.45
Per Person Per Day*
Ditton, R.B., B.L. Bohnsack and J.R. Stoll. 1998. A social and economic study of the winter recreational Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery in Hatteras, North Carolina. Report prepared for the American Sportfishing Association
NC
Hatteras Area
Bluefin Tuna
Contingent Valuation Method
$164.70
Per Person Per Day*
Donnelly, D.M., J.B. Loomis, C.F. Sorg and L.J. Nelson. 1985. Net economic value of recreational steelhead fishing in Idaho.Resource Bulletin RM-9. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
ID
---
Steelhead
Contingent Valuation Method
$49.77
Per Person Per Day*
Donnelly, D.M., J.B. Loomis, C.F. Sorg and L.J. Nelson. 1985. Net economic value of recreational steelhead fishing in Idaho.Resource Bulletin RM-9. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
ID
---
Steelhead
Travel Cost Method
$35.06
Per Person Per Day*
Donnelly, D.M., J.B. Loomis, C.F. Sorg and L.J. Nelson. 1985. Net economic value of recreational steelhead fishing in Idaho.Resource Bulletin RM-9. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
ID
---
Steelhead
Contingent Valuation Method
$46.92
Per Person Per Day*
Donnelly, D.M., J.B. Loomis, C.F. Sorg and L.J. Nelson. 1985. Net economic value of recreational steelhead fishing in Idaho.Resource Bulletin RM-9. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
ID
---
Steelhead
Travel Cost Method
$25.02
Per Person Per Day*
Douglas, A.J. and J.G. Taylor. 1998. Riverine based eco-tourism: Trinity River non-market benefits estimates. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 5:136-148.
CA
Trinity River Area
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$12.73
Per Person Per Day*
Douglas, A.J. and J.G. Taylor. 1998. Riverine based eco-tourism: Trinity River non-market benefits estimates. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 5:136-148.
CA
Trinity River Area
Coldwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$2.06
Per Person Per Day*
Douglas, A.J. and J.G. Taylor. 1998. Riverine based eco-tourism: Trinity River non-market benefits estimates. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 5:136-148.
CA
Trinity River Area
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$14.94
Per Person Per Day*
Douglas, A.J. and J.G. Taylor. 1998. Riverine based eco-tourism: Trinity River non-market benefits estimates. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 5:136-148.
CA
Trinity River Area
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$13.81
Per Person Per Day*
Douglas, A.J. and J.G. Taylor. 1998. Riverine based eco-tourism: Trinity River non-market benefits estimates. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 5:136-148.
CA
Trinity River Area
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$14.76
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W. and S. Allen.1988. Angler preference study final economics report: Contingent valuation of Montana trout fishing by river and angler subgroup. Prepared for Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Missoula, MT: University of Montana.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$173.82
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W. and S. Allen.1988. Angler preference study final economics report: Contingent valuation of Montana trout fishing by river and angler subgroup. Prepared for Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Missoula, MT: University of Montana.
MT
---
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$54.55
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska Angler Survey: Use and Valuation Estimates for 1995, with a focus on Tanana Valley major stocked waters. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-4, Anchorage
AK
Chena Lake
Rainbow Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$55.98
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska Angler Survey: Use and Valuation Estimates for 1995, with a focus on Tanana Valley major stocked waters. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-4, Anchorage
AK
Piledriver Slough
Rainbow Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$52.52
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska Angler Survey: Use and Valuation Estimates for 1995, with a focus on Tanana Valley major stocked waters. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-4, Anchorage
AK
Birch Lake
Rainbow Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$91.30
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska Angler Survey: Use and Valuation Estimates for 1995, with a focus on Tanana Valley major stocked waters. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-4, Anchorage
AK
Quartz Lake
Rainbow Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$106.71
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska Angler Survey: Use and Valuation Estimates for 1995, with a focus on Tanana Valley major stocked waters. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-4, Anchorage
AK
Harding Lake
Northern Pike
Contingent Valuation Method
$72.51
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1996, with a focus on Arctic Grayling in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-05, Anchorage
AK
Tanana River Drainage, Haul Road/Koyukuk, Northwest/Kotzebue, Norton Sound/Nome, Yukon/Kuskokwim
Arctic Grayling
Contingent Valuation Method
$194.67
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1996, with a focus on Arctic Grayling in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-05, Anchorage
AK
Tanana River Drainage, Haul Road/Koyukuk, Northwest/Kotzebue, Norton Sound/Nome, Yukon/Kuskokwim
Arctic Grayling
Contingent Valuation Method
$149.57
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1996, with a focus on Arctic Grayling in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-05, Anchorage
AK
Tanana River Drainage, Haul Road/Koyukuk, Northwest/Kotzebue, Norton Sound/Nome, Yukon/Kuskokwim
Arctic Grayling
Contingent Valuation Method
$262.39
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1996, with a focus on Arctic Grayling in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-05, Anchorage
AK
Tanana River Drainage, Haul Road/Koyukuk, Northwest/Kotzebue, Norton Sound/Nome, Yukon/Kuskokwim
Arctic Grayling
Contingent Valuation Method
$571.43
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1996, with a focus on Arctic Grayling in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-05, Anchorage
AK
Tanana River Drainage, Haul Road/Koyukuk, Northwest/Kotzebue, Norton Sound/Nome, Yukon/Kuskokwim
Arctic Grayling
Contingent Valuation Method
$168.68
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1997, with a focus on salmon fisheries in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-2, Anchorage
AK
Cooper River, Tanana River, Seward Peninsula, Remainders of Region III Waters
Salmon
Contingent Valuation Method
$131.87
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1997, with a focus on salmon fisheries in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-2, Anchorage
AK
Cooper River, Tanana River, Seward Peninsula, Remainders of Region III Waters
Salmon
Contingent Valuation Method
$100.71
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1997, with a focus on salmon fisheries in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-2, Anchorage
AK
Cooper River, Tanana River, Seward Peninsula, Remainders of Region III Waters
Salmon
Contingent Valuation Method
$105.59
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and M.F. Merritt. 2001. Alaska angler survey: Use and valuation estimates for 1997, with a focus on salmon fisheries in Region III. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication Number 01-2, Anchorage
AK
Cooper River, Tanana River, Seward Peninsula, Remainders of Region III Waters
Salmon
Contingent Valuation Method
$266.56
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Bitterroot River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$93.25
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Bitterroot River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$174.26
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Big Hole River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$283.61
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Big Hole River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$94.10
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Big Hole River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$496.31
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C.J. Neher and T.C. Brown. 1992. Recreation benefits of instream flow: Application to Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers. Water Resources Research 28(9):2169-2181.
MT
Big Hole River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$135.21
Per Person Per Day*
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$94.84
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$100.28
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$76.17
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$114.93
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$125.48
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$76.82
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$369.02
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., C. Neher, D. Patterson and S. Allen.1990. Instream flows in the Missouri River basin: A recreational survey and economic study. Missoula, MT: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
MT
Missouri River Basin
Warmwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$245.73
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., J.B. Loomis and R. Brooks.1987. The net economic value of fishing in Montana. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$101.44
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., J.B. Loomis and R. Brooks.1987. The net economic value of fishing in Montana. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$71.46
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., J.B. Loomis and R. Brooks.1987. The net economic value of fishing in Montana. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$153.14
Per Person Per Day
Duffield, J.W., J.B. Loomis and R. Brooks.1987. The net economic value of fishing in Montana. Helena, MT: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
MT
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$217.41
Per Person Per Day
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$9.83
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$14.45
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$33.51
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$55.21
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$7.53
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$13.46
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Lorain Harbour, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$19.87
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$8.93
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$13.06
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$19.02
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$5.80
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$9.81
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Cleveland, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$14.46
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$8.30
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$13.12
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$19.41
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$6.08
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$10.86
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Grand River, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$15.78
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$16.45
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$27.52
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$7.01
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$11.04
Per Person Per Day*
Dutta, N. 1984. The value of recreational boating and fishing in the central basin of Ohio's portion of Lake Erie. MS thesis. The Ohio State University.
OH
Ashtabula, Lake Erie
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$17.00
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$66.72
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$56.48
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$68.36
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$54.29
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$68.36
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and D. Lambert.1995. Measuring angling quality in count data models of recreational fishing. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(4):389-399.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Trout
Travel Cost Method
$55.63
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and J.S. Shonkwiler.1995. Modeling recreation demand in the presence of unobservable travel costs: Toward a travel price model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29:14-22.
NY, VT
Lake Champlain
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$41.38
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and J.S. Shonkwiler.1995. Modeling recreation demand in the presence of unobservable travel costs: Toward a travel price model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29:14-22.
NY, VT
Lake Champlain
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$28.66
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and J.S. Shonkwiler.1995. Modeling recreation demand in the presence of unobservable travel costs: Toward a travel price model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29:14-22.
NY, VT
Lake Champlain
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$21.38
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$204.19
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$217.50
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$141.92
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$178.24
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$227.58
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$173.29
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$109.11
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$216.44
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$208.44
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$540.82
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J. and T. Cameron. 1993. Comparing observed and multiple-scenario contingent behavior: A panel analysis utilizing Poisson regression techniques. In: Western Regional Research Publication, W-133 Benefits & Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning. Sixth Interim Report. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Pp. 266-281.
NV
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$227.39
Per Person Per Day*
Englin, J., D. Lambert and W.D. Shaw.1997. A structural equations approach to modeling consumptive recreation demand. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 33(1):33-43.
NY, NH, VT, ME
---
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$33.30
Per Person Per Day*
Gillig, D., R.T. Woodward, T. Ozuna and W.L. Griffin. 2003. Joint estimation of revealed and stated preference data: An application to recreational red snapper valuation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 32 (1): 209-221
FL, AL, LA, MS, TX
Gulf of Mexico
Red Snapper
Joint Contingent Valuation-Travel Cost Method
$25.20
Per Person Per Day
Gillig, D., R.T. Woodward, T. Ozuna and W.L. Griffin. 2003. Joint estimation of revealed and stated preference data: An application to recreational red snapper valuation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 32 (1): 209-221
FL, AL, LA, MS, TX
Gulf of Mexico
Red Snapper
Travel Cost Method
$17.12
Per Person Per Day
Gillig, D., R.T. Woodward, T. Ozuna and W.L. Griffin. 2003. Joint estimation of revealed and stated preference data: An application to recreational red snapper valuation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 32 (1): 209-221
FL, AL, LA, MS, TX
Gulf of Mexico
Red Snapper
Contingent Valuation Method
$6.74
Per Person Per Day
Greene, G, C.B. Moss and T.H. Spreen. 1997. Demand for recreational fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A random utility approach. Marine Resource Economics 12:293-305.
FL
Tampa Bay & West Coast of Pinellas County
Snook, Redfish, Trout, Grouper
Travel Cost Method
$11.65
Per Person Per Day*
Greene, G, C.B. Moss and T.H. Spreen. 1997. Demand for recreational fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida: A random utility approach. Marine Resource Economics 12:293-305.
FL
Tampa Bay
Snook, Redfish, Trout, Grouper
Travel Cost Method
$5.35
Per Person Per Day*
Green, T.G. 1984 Compensating and equivalent variation of the Florida saltwater tourist fishery. PhD dissertation. Florida State University.
FL
---
Snapper
Travel Cost Method
$56.88
Per Person Per Day
Green, T.G. 1984 Compensating and equivalent variation of the Florida saltwater tourist fishery. PhD dissertation. Florida State University.
FL
---
Snapper
Travel Cost Method
$49.43
Per Person Per Day
Green, T.G. 1984 Compensating and equivalent variation of the Florida saltwater tourist fishery. PhD dissertation. Florida State University.
FL
---
Snapper
Travel Cost Method
$114.04
Per Person Per Day
Green, T.G. 1984 Compensating and equivalent variation of the Florida saltwater tourist fishery. PhD dissertation. Florida State University.
FL
---
Snapper
Travel Cost Method
$304.62
Per Person Per Day
Haab, T.C., R.L. Hicks and J.C. Whitehead. 2006. The economic value of marine recreational fishing: Analysis of the MRFSS 1998 Pacific add-on. Paper presented at the “Fisheries, Fisherman, and Fishing Communities: Socioeconomic perspectives on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii” Symposium during the 2005 American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
CA
Pacific Ocean
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$116.73
Per Person Per Day
Haab, T.C., R.L. Hicks and J.C. Whitehead. 2006. The economic value of marine recreational fishing: Analysis of the MRFSS 1998 Pacific add-on. Paper presented at the “Fisheries, Fisherman, and Fishing Communities: Socioeconomic perspectives on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii” Symposium during the 2005 American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
WA
Pacific Ocean
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$76.77
Per Person Per Day
Haab, T.C., R.L. Hicks and J.C. Whitehead. 2006. The economic value of marine recreational fishing: Analysis of the MRFSS 1998 Pacific add-on. Paper presented at the “Fisheries, Fisherman, and Fishing Communities: Socioeconomic perspectives on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii” Symposium during the 2005 American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
OR
Pacific Ocean
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$32.52
Per Person Per Day
Haab, T.C., R.L. Hicks and J.C. Whitehead. 2006. The economic value of marine recreational fishing: Analysis of the MRFSS 1998 Pacific add-on. Paper presented at the “Fisheries, Fisherman, and Fishing Communities: Socioeconomic perspectives on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii” Symposium during the 2005 American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
CA
Pacific Ocean
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$284.58
Per Person Per Day
Hanemann, W.M., T.C. Wegge and I.E. Strand. 1989. Development and application of a predictive model to analyze the economic effects of species availability. Administrative Report SWR. Terminal Island, CA: National Marine Fisheries Service.
CA
---
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$124.51
Per Person Per Day*
Hanemann, W.M., T.C. Wegge and I.E. Strand. 1989. Development and application of a predictive model to analyze the economic effects of species availability. Administrative Report SWR. Terminal Island, CA: National Marine Fisheries Service.
CA
---
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$6.85
Per Person Per Day*
Hansen, C. 1977. A report on the value of wildlife: With 1979 Addendum. Miscellaneous Pub No.1365
UT
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$93.41
Per Person Per Day
Hansen, C. 1977. A report on the value of wildlife: With 1979 Addendum. Miscellaneous Pub No.1365
ID
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$66.66
Per Person Per Day
Hansen, C. 1977. A report on the value of wildlife: With 1979 Addendum. Miscellaneous Pub No.1365
ID
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$124.08
Per Person Per Day
Hansen, C. 1977. A report on the value of wildlife: With 1979 Addendum. Miscellaneous Pub No.1365
NV
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$111.81
Per Person Per Day
Hansen, C. 1977. A report on the value of wildlife: With 1979 Addendum. Miscellaneous Pub No.1365
WY
---
Freshwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$71.81
Per Person Per Day
Harding, D., M. Thomas and N. Stratis. 2003. The economics of selected Florida wildlife management areas. Final Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.
FL
Aucilla Wildlife Management Area
Warmwater
Travel Cost Method
$118.69
Per Person Per Day
Harpman, D.A., E.W. Sparling and T.J. Waddle.1993. A methodology for quantifying and valuing the impacts of flow changes on a fishery. Water Resources Research 29(3):575-582.
CO
Taylor River
Trout
Contingent Valuation Method
$55.46
Per Person Per Day
Harris, C.C. 1983. Assessing the validity of economic methods for evaluating sport fishery benefits: A behavioral approach.PhD dissertation. University of Michigan.
CO
---
Coldwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$18.46
Per Person Per Day*
Harris, C.C. 1983. Assessing the validity of economic methods for evaluating sport fishery benefits: A behavioral approach.PhD dissertation. University of Michigan.
CO
---
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$40.03
Per Person Per Day*
Harris, C.C. 1983. Assessing the validity of economic methods for evaluating sport fishery benefits: A behavioral approach.PhD dissertation. University of Michigan.
CO
---
Coldwater
Travel Cost Method
$29.25
Per Person Per Day*
Harris, C.C. 1983. Assessing the validity of economic methods for evaluating sport fishery benefits: A behavioral approach.PhD dissertation. University of Michigan.
CO
---
Coldwater
Contingent Valuation Method
$25.25
Per Person Per Day*
Hausman, J.A., G.K. Leonard and D. McFadden. 1995. A utility-consistent, combined discrete choice and count data model: Assessing recreational use losses due to natural resource damage. Journal of Public Economics 56(1):1-30.
AK
Prince William Sound
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$100.52
Per Person Per Day*
Hausman, J.A., G.K. Leonard and D. McFadden. 1995. A utility-consistent, combined discrete choice and count data model: Assessing recreational use losses due to natural resource damage. Journal of Public Economics 56(1):1-30.
AK
Prince William Sound
Saltwater
Travel Cost Method
$125.02
Per Person Per Day*
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
KY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
CT
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
ME
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$30.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$19.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NH
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NJ
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
PA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
RI
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
VT
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
IL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
IN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
IA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
KS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
ID
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$26.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MT
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$15.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NV
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$33.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NM
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$52.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
OR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$17.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
UT
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$17.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
WA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$35.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
WY
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MI
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$41.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NE
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$22.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
ND
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$17.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
OH
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$35.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
SD
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
WI
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$35.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
AL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
AR
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$26.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
DE
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
FL
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
GA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$30.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
LA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$44.00
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MD
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$30.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
MS
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$19.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
NC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
OK
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
SC
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$19.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
TN
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$24.20
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
TX
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$41.80
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
VA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$26.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
WV
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
AZ
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$37.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
CA
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$48.40
Per Person Per Day
Hay, M.J. 1988. Net economic value for deer, elk and waterfowl hunting and bass fishing, 1985. Report 85-1. Washington, DC: USDI Fish and Wildlife Service.
CO
---
Bass
Contingent Valuation Method
$28.60
Per Person Per Day
Henderson, M.M., K.R. Criddle and S.T. Lee. 1999. The economic value of Alaska's Copper River personal use and subsistence fisheries. Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin 6(2):63-69.
AK
Copper River
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$30.91
Per Person Per Day*
Henderson, M.M., K.R. Criddle and S.T. Lee. 1999. The economic value of Alaska's Copper River personal use and subsistence fisheries. Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin 6(2):63-69.
AK
Copper River
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$34.52
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$96.88
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$339.07
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$121.88
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$95.31
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$73.44
Per Person Per Day*
Hsiao, C. 1985. An evaluation of alternative estimates of demand for and benefits from Oregon salmon sport fishing. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University.
OR
---
Salmon
Travel Cost Method
$33.28
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Gunflint Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$41.63
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Mule Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$23.53
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
8th Crow Wing Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$31.33
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Long Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$64.91
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Balsam Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$24.23
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Deer Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$17.23
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Comstock Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$15.31
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Nichols Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$17.42
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Esquagama Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$12.31
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Carlos Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$14.36
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Ida Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$15.11
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Clitheral Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$13.93
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Amelia Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$22.01
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Long Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$16.36
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Borden Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost Method
$46.21
Per Person Per Day*
Huang, C. 1986. The recreation benefits of water quality improvement in selected lakes in Minnesota. PhD dissertation. University of Minnesota.
MN
Sullivan Lake
Freshwater
Travel Cost M