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An Economic Assessment of the Sport Fisheries for Halibut, and Chinook and Coho Salmon in Lower and Central Cook Inlet

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2001

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Herrmann, Mark, Lee, S. Todd, Hamel, Charles, Criddle, Keith R., Geier, Hans T., Greenberg, Joshua A., and Lewis, Carol E., 2001, An Economic Assessment of the Sport Fisheries for Halibut, and Chinook and Coho Salmon in Lower and Central Cook Inlet: U.S. Department of the Interior, v. OCS Study MMS 2000-061.

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The Cook Inlet Planning Area includes and abuts productive commercial, subsistence, and sport fishing grounds. Outer continental shelf minerals exploration, development and production activities could affect the productivity of these fisheries, the quality of recreation opportunities, and the demand for tourism-related services. The marine sport fisheries of lower and central Cook Inlet are the focus of a large recreation based economic sector that provides non-monetary benefits to participants and monetary benefits to tourism-related businesses. This study and a companion study, Lee et al. [1999b], develop a predictive model of participation rate changes that can be linked to a regional inputoutput model to estimate net benefits to [...]

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