English, Article edition: CAN RECREATION VALUES FOR A LAKE CONSTITUTE A MARKET FOR BANKED AGRICULTURAL WATER? ELIZABETH FADALI; W. DOUGLASS SHAW

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  • CAN RECREATION VALUES FOR A LAKE CONSTITUTE A MARKET FOR BANKED AGRICULTURAL WATER?
Author
  • ELIZABETH FADALI
  • W. DOUGLASS SHAW
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  • This paper presents estimates of the recreational use value to prevent the loss of a western lake threatened by diversions of upstream waters that supply it. The recreation demand model used to estimate recreation-related values is the popular repeated nested multinomial logit model. The model is specified to allow an individual to choose when to visit various sites during the season, because site choice is likely to be influenced by water levels that change over the course of the season. The values are compared to agricultural values in order to assess whether the potential recreation demand side of a market for a water bank exists. Copyright 1998 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:16:y:1998:i:4:p:433-441
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