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Mobile phone data reveals non-market value of coastal tourism under climate change

19:00 EST 5 Nov 2019 | AAAS

(National Institute for Environmental Studies) Big data application is an emerging field in climate change adaptation. Our new valuation approach using mobile phone network data reveals that there are substantial spatial-seasonal heterogeneity of current coastal tourism values across Japan. However, the most coastal tourism values would disappear under climate change. The findings imply changes in beach ranks enable to discuss policy priorities. This unique approach applies to a wide variety of climate-vulnerable ecosystem services.

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