Public willingness to pay for recovering and downlisting threatened and endangered marine species.

  title={Public willingness to pay for recovering and downlisting threatened and endangered marine species.},
  author={Kristy Wallmo and Daniel K. Lew},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  volume={26 5},
Nonmarket valuation research has produced economic value estimates for a variety of threatened, endangered, and rare species around the world. Although over 40 value estimates exist, it is often difficult to compare values from different studies due to variations in study design, implementation, and modeling specifications. We conducted a stated-preference choice experiment to estimate the value of recovering or downlisting 8 threatened and endangered marine species in the United States… CONTINUE READING
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