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90,610 32,361 32,001 22,293 50,698

100% 80% 50% 20% 0%

48% 28% 12% 18%

$28.8 $25.8 $18.4 $8.5 $5.2

$ 2.61 $ 0.83 $ 0.59 $ 0.19 $ 0.26

$ 4.49

26,925

100%

$137.2

$ 3.69

11,488 21,540 5,744 48,465

80% 50% 20% 0%

24% 11% 4% 2%

$116.4 $76.0 $31.6 $3.0

$ 1.34 $ 1.64 $ 0.18 $ 0.15

$ 7.00

Over- night

No

Unlikely Possibly Likely Yes

Visitor type

Would you come to Rodney on this trip if the marine reserve did not exist?

Annual visitors

% who spend due to marine reserve

1)

2) Survey response

3) DOC totals x survey portions

4) Study estimate

% less

Spend per

Effect

Total

time in

visitor due

on

Effect

Rodney

to marine

spend

on

if no

reserve

$m/yr

spend

Day

No Unlikely Possibly Likely Yes

$m/yr

7) = 6 x 3

6) = 4 x spend per visitor + ((100% - 4) x 5 x spend per visitor)

marine reserve

5) Study survey result

394

80%

24%

$177.3

$ 0.07

1,971

50%

11%

$115.8

$ 0.23

394

20%

4%

$48.2

$ 0.02

1,183

0%

2%

$4.6

$ 0.01

100%

$209.0

$ 0.25

$ 0.57

1,183

Unlikely Possibly Likely Yes

Visiting Owners

No

Total Visitors Spend due to CROP

347,250

$12.05

Table 4. Effect of CROP Marine Reserve on visits to Rodney District and additional direct spend due to the reserve.

The Net Change in direct spend from Table 4 is shown in Table 5, broken down by the sectors established in the input-output model generated by Butcher Partners for Rodney.

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