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Economic contribution of recreating visitors to the Florida Keys/Key WestAuthor(s): Donald B.K. English; Warren Kriesel; Vernon R Leeworthy; Peter C. Wiley
Source: Silver Spring, MD: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Strategic Environmental Assessments Division. 22 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis report provides estimates of the economic impact that visitors to the Florida Keys have on both the Monroe County and larger South Florida regional economies. Estimates are made for output/sales, income, and employment and include both direct and secondary economic impacts. This report provides the basis for demonstrating the income-producing asset value of the natural resources of the Florida Keys/Florida Bay.
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CitationEnglish, Donald B.K.; Kriesel, Warren; Leeworthy, Vernon R; Wiley, Peter C. 1996. Economic contribution of recreating visitors to the Florida Keys/Key West. Silver Spring, MD: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Strategic Environmental Assessments Division. 22 p.
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