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The Resource Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia

Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia

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Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia
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Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia
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Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia
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Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Valuation, Institutions, and Policy in Southeast Asia -- References -- Part I: Coastal Marine Ecosystem Services in Southeast Asia: Support for Conservation Initiatives -- Introduction: Coastal Marine Ecosystems of Southeast Asia, the Big Picture -- Ecosystem Values and Their Policy Significance -- Seascape Beauty of Caramoan, Philippines: How Much Is It Worth? -- Recreation Benefit and User Fee to Access the Coral Reefs and Diverse Fishes of Phi Phi Islands, Thailand -- Coral Reef-Based Recreation Benefits and Port Expansion: A Trade-Off Analysis -- Valuing Individual Attributes/Services of Coastal Ecosystems in Phang Nga Bay, Thailand -- Protection of an Endangered Species at the Local Level: The Whale Shark -- Protection of a Shared Endangered Species Through a Regional Conservation Program -- Conclusions: Ecosystem Values, Conservation Financing, and Valuation Research -- References -- Chapter 2: Economic Valuation of the Philippinés Caramoan Beachscape -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Site -- 2.3 Research Methods -- 2.3.1 Activities -- 2.3.2 Scenario Design -- 2.3.3 Elicitation Format -- 2.3.4 Data Analysis -- 2.4 Results and Analysis -- 2.4.1 Awareness of National Issues Related to Coastal Environment -- 2.4.2 Awareness of Local Coastal Environment and Environment Governance Issues in Caramoan -- 2.4.3 Institutional and Management Issues Impacting Caramoan Beachscapes -- 2.4.4 Attitude Toward Caramoan Beachscape Conservation -- 2.4.5 Respondentś Willingness to Pay for Caramoan Beachscape Conservation -- 2.4.6 Reasons for Willingness and Unwillingness to Pay for Caramoan Beachscape Conservation -- 2.4.7 Parametric Logistic Regressions -- 2.5 Recommendations -- References
  • Chapter 3: An Economic Analysis of Coral Reefs in the Andaman Sea of Thailand -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Study Site -- 3.2.1 Description of the Phi Phi Islands -- 3.2.2 Visitors and Facilities of the Islands -- 3.3 Methodology -- 3.3.1 Travel Cost Method -- 3.3.2 Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) -- 3.3.2.1 Econometric Specification -- 3.3.2.2 Scenario Design -- 3.3.2.3 Elicitation Format -- 3.4 Empirical Results -- 3.4.1 Estimation of Benefits Based on the Travel Cost Method -- 3.4.2 Estimation of Non-use Value of Coral Reef Restoration -- 3.5 Conclusions and Policy Recommendations -- References -- Chapter 4: Conservation Versus Development: Valuation of Coral Reefs Questions Port Expansion Plan in Vietnam -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Objectives of the Study -- 4.3 Methodology -- 4.3.1 Valuation Methodology: The Zonal Travel Cost Model (ZTCM) -- 4.3.2 Zonal Travel Cost Model (ZTCM) -- 4.3.3 Data Collection Techniques -- 4.3.3.1 Collection of Secondary Data -- 4.3.3.2 Collection of Primary Data -- 4.3.3.3 Sampling -- 4.3.4 Characteristics of the Study Area: Resources and Threats -- 4.4 The Tourism Industry in Nha Thrang -- 4.4.1 Socioeconomic Characteristics of Tourists -- 4.5 Analysis of the Recreational Value of the Hon Mun Islands -- 4.5.1 Visitorś Travel Cost Structure -- 4.5.2 The Zonal Travel Cost Model -- 4.5.2.1 Domestic Visitors -- 4.5.2.2 Foreign Visitors -- 4.6 Conclusions and Policy Implications -- 4.6.1 Conclusions -- 4.6.2 Policy Implications -- Appendix: Questionnaire -- References -- Chapter 5: An Economic Valuation of Coastal Ecosystems in Phang Nga Bay, Thailand -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Description of the Site -- 5.3 Research Methodology -- 5.3.1 Theoretical Framework -- 5.3.2 Survey Design -- 5.3.2.1 Questionnaire Design -- 5.3.2.2 Main Survey -- 5.4 Empirical Results -- 5.5 Conclusion and Policy Recommendations
  • 5.5.1 New Hotel Development -- 5.5.2 Protection of the Environment -- 5.5.3 Rent Capture to Fund Management -- 5.5.4 Fund-Raising at the Site Level -- Appendix 1: Questionnaire on Mangroves and Coral Reefs in Phang Nga Bay -- Appendix 2: Cards -- References -- Chapter 6: Willingness to Pay for Whale Shark Conservation in Sorsogon, Philippines -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 CVM Design -- 6.2.1 Procedures Observed -- 6.2.1.1 Personal Interviews and Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) -- 6.2.1.2 Pretests -- 6.2.2 Structure -- 6.2.2.1 Structure of the Whale Shark Questionnaire -- 6.2.3 Elicitation Method -- 6.2.4 Payment Design -- 6.2.5 Price Bid Determination -- 6.2.6 Valuation Question -- 6.2.7 Dealing with Protest Response -- 6.3 Survey Administration -- 6.3.1 Sampling Procedure -- 6.3.2 Field Protocol -- 6.3.3 Model Estimation Procedure -- 6.4 Empirical Results -- 6.4.1 Data -- 6.4.2 Logistic Regression -- 6.4.3 WTP Estimates -- 6.4.4 Motivation to the Payment Question -- 6.5 Implications on Whale Shark Conservation -- Annex: English Version of the Questionnaire -- Conservation Value of Whale Sharks: Survey of Sorsogon Residents -- References -- Chapter 7: Mobilizing Resources for Marine Turtle Conservation in Asia: A Cross-Country Perspective -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Attitudes Toward Environment, Wildlife, and Marine Turtles -- 7.3 The Potential for Private Contributions for Marine Turtle Conservation -- 7.4 Factors Influencing Decision Making -- 7.5 Summary and Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Pollution and Land Degradation -- Overview -- Case Studies -- Methodologies -- Pollution Control and Sustainable Fisheries Management in Southern Songkhla Lake, Thailand -- Pollution-Induced Fish Kills in Bolinao: Effects of Excessive Aquaculture Structures and Overstocking
  • Reverting Disused Fishpond Lease Agreement Areas to Mangrove Forests in Region VI, Philippines -- Environmental Trade-Offs from Coastal Reclamation: The Case of Cebu, Philippines -- Lessons Learned from the Case Studies -- References -- Chapter 8: Pollution Control and Sustainable Fishery Management in Southern Songkhla Lake, Thailand -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.1.1 Research Problem -- 8.1.2 Objective of the Study -- 8.1.3 Study Site and Scope of the Study -- 8.1.4 Methodology -- 8.2 The Southern Lake: Functions, Status, and Recent Trends -- 8.2.1 The Ecosystem of Southern Lake -- 8.2.2 The Socioeconomic Structure of the Southern Lake Area -- 8.2.3 The Economic Value of Southern Lake -- 8.2.4 Deteriorating Water Quality -- 8.2.5 A Framework for Estimating the Relationship Between Fishery Productivity and Water Quality -- 8.2.6 The Empirical Model -- 8.3 Management Options for Water Quality Control -- 8.3.1 Water Pollution Management in Thailand -- 8.3.2 Command and Control Policies -- 8.3.3 A Market-Based Instrument: Effluent Charges -- 8.3.4 Certification and Education Programs -- 8.3.5 Tradable Discharge Permits for Water Quality Control in Southern Lake -- 8.3.6 Technological Options to Improve the Water Quality in the U-Tapao Catchment Area -- 8.4 Economic Evaluation of Policy Options for a Water Quality Management Program: A Case Study of U-Tapao Catchment Area -- 8.4.1 Construction of Comprehensive Policy Options -- 8.4.2 Criteria Selection -- 8.4.3 Evaluation of Policy Options -- 8.5 Conclusions and Policy Recommendations -- 8.5.1 Technological Options to Improve Water Quality -- 8.5.2 Policy Recommendations -- Appendix -- References -- Chapter 9: Productivity Effects of Water Pollution Due to Excessive Aquaculture Structures and Overstocking -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.1.1 Background -- 9.1.2 Statement of the Problem and Significance of the Study
  • 9.1.3 Objectives of the Study -- 9.2 Theoretical and Conceptual Framework to Estimate Aquaculture Productivity -- 9.3 Research Methodology -- 9.4 Characteristics of the Aquaculture Sector in Bolinao -- 9.4.1 Net Income from Aquaculture Operation -- 9.4.2 Perception and Problems Related to Aquaculture Operation -- 9.5 Effects of Aquaculture on Production -- 9.5.1 Aquaculture Production Analysis -- 9.5.2 Losses from Fish Kills Due to Aquaculture Practices -- 9.5.3 Other Damages and Problems Due to Aquaculture -- 9.6 Conclusions and Policy Implications -- References -- Chapter 10: Reverting Disused Fishpond Lease Agreement Areas to Mangrove Forests in Region VI (Western Visayas), Philippines -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.1.1 Description of the Problem -- 10.1.2 Focusing on Region VI (Western Visayas) -- 10.1.3 Leasing of Public Lands for Fishpond Purposes -- 10.2 Methodology -- 10.2.1 Evaluation Stages, Steps, and Criteria for Analysis -- 10.2.1.1 Stage 1: Return of FLA Area Jurisdiction from the BFAR to the DENR -- 10.2.1.2 Stage 2: Actual Reversion of Disused FLA Area to Mangrove Forest -- 10.2.2 Data Collection -- 10.2.2.1 Cancelation of Fishpond Lease Agreements -- 10.2.2.2 Reversion of Jurisdiction over Disused Fishpond Lease Agreement Areas -- 10.2.2.3 Suitability of Disused Fishpond Lease Agreement Areas for Mangrove Reforestation -- 10.2.2.4 Cost and Benefit of Reverting Fishpond Lease Agreement Areas to Mangrove Forests -- 10.3 Potential Financing Options for Mangrove Reforestation -- 10.3.1 Feasibility -- 10.3.2 Ease of Implementation -- 10.3.3 Likely Impact on Other Desirable Goals -- 10.3.4 Funds Generated -- 10.3.5 Sustainability -- 10.3.6 Evaluation Summary -- 10.4 Conclusions and Recommendations -- 10.4.1 Conclusions -- 10.4.2 Recommendations -- References
  • Chapter 11: Environmental Trade-Offs from Coastal Reclamation: The Case of Cebu, Philippines
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