Modeling Water-Related Recreation Benefits

by David W. York,
Benjamin C. Dysart, III,
Lawrence W. Gahan,

Serial Information: Journal of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 2, Pg. 409-413

Document Type: Journal Paper


The difficult problem of estimating recreation benefits has long faced individuals and organizations involved in water and land resources planning. Several methods are currently available for estimating benefits. The demand curve approach and the use of the average user day values are two of the more popular methods.

Subject Headings: Water-based recreation | Water resources | Business organizations | Land use | Curvature | Water demand

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