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Scoping study into the use of recreational surveys for economic valuation - NE0110

Description
The overall aim of this work is to establish how recreational survey data in England (including the MENE survey data ) could be used for generating economic values for policy appraisal purposes, both in the short (1 year), medium (2-3 years) and long term (5 +) and what capacity (software, hardware and expertise) will be required to enable its effective use within Defra’s current spatial and data systems.
Objective
The overall aim of this work is to establish how recreational survey data in England (including the MENE survey data ) could be used for generating economic values for policy appraisal purposes, both in the short (1 year), medium (2-3 years) and long term (5 +) and what capacity (software, hardware and expertise) will be required to enable its effective use within Defra’s current spatial and data systems.
Project Documents
• FRP - Final Report : Study into the use of recreational surveys for economic valuation’   (1161k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2010

To: 2010

Cost: £40,800
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Economics For The Environment Consultancy Ltd (EFTEC)
Keywords
Economic Research              
Environment              
Sustainable Development