By John Rogers 

If Arches National Park moves forward with a plan to require advance reservations for visitors, it could lead to an initial economic hit of as much as $22 million to the Moab area, according to an economic analysis commissioned by the National Park Service (NPS) and authored by Robert Paterson, who works for Industrial Economics Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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