Environment

Scale heterogeneity in the valuation of road traffic risk reductions: the case of Newfoundland's moose-vehicle collisions 
Roberto Martinez-Espineira and María Pérez-Urdiales, April 2019
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Abstract:
The willingness to pay (WTP) for reductions in the risk of moose-vehicle collision in Newfoundland (the insular portion of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada) is estimated using the Contingent Valuation Method. Our estimations ...

Valuation of a Moose-Vehicle Accident Mitigation Policy in Newfoundland 
Roberto Martinez-Espineira and Nikita Lyssenko, October 2014
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Abstract:
While moose are an iconic Canadian symbol, they are also considered by many in Newfoundland and Labrador as an environmental disamenity, due to the rising number of negative moose-people interactions. There are about 600-800 moose-vehicle collisions each year, which result on average in two fatalities per year. ...

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