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Title
Stevens, T.H., J. Echeverria, R.J. Glass, T. Hager and T.A. More. 1991. Measuring the existence value of wildlife: what do CVM estimates really show? Land Economics, 67(4): 390-400.
Activity
Threatened, Endangered, and Rare Species
Site Name
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Location
New England
Land Ownership
Species Status
Nearly Extirpated; Restoration Efforts Successful
Type of Status Change
Prevent Extinction
Wilderness Name
Survey Type
Mail
Year(s)
1989
Visitor Type
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Sample Summary Statistics Provided?
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Response Rate
37
Sample Frame
Households
Valuation Method Full Dataset
Contingent Valuation Method
Valuation Method Individual Studies
Contingent Valuation Method
Regression Model Provided
Sample Size
339
Stated Preference Elicitation Method
Dichotomous Choice
Stated Preference Payment Vehicle
Trust Fund
Stated Preference Payment Type
Annual Fixed Period
Revealed Preference Corrected Endogenous Stratification
Revealed Preference Substitute Price Included in Regression
Revealed Preference Observations Truncated
Revealed Preference Opportunity Cost Of Time Used
Revealed Preference Pct Of Wage Used
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Revealed Preference Single Dest Trips Only
Revealed Preference Primary Purpose Only
Group Size
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Days Per Trip
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Original Value Estimate
Value Year
Economic Value Estimate (2016)
$13.76
Units
Per Household Per Year
State Wide Study Flag
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