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Estimating the economic impacts of hypothetical grouper bag limits in the Destin/Panama City, Florida charterboat fishery
  • Published Date:
    1989
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    United States, National Marine Fisheries Service., Southeast Region, ; United States, National Marine Fisheries Service. ;
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    "The purpose of this study was to measure short-run economic impacts of hypothetical reef bag limits upon the charterboat industry in the Panama City and Destin ports of northwestern Florida using a 1985 survey of charterboat anglers conducted by Arndorfer and Bockstael (1986). To obtain this goal, a Tobit individual Travel Cost demand model was developed which produced estimates of short-run economic impacts on both recreational demand (annual number of trips) and recreational value (annual consumer surplus). Analytical results indicaed a median of 1.69 trips and

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