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Aquaculture production and invasive species are intricately linked. Invasives enter waterways threatening production, increasing costs, and diminishing grower returns. Live plants and animals introduced for economic production escape their confines and establish in the wild. This paper provides...
Hawaii's aquaculture industry is driven by the introduction and production of exotic species. At issue is the establishment of exotic species in the environment. The number of import permits issued can represent the potential for exotics to establish in the environment. More than half of the...
When a biological invader is identified in an aquatic ecosystem, rapid response is critical, particularly if the invasive organism has the ability to spread rapidly. The first response should be to attempt to contain the invasion while further information is gathered to evaluate whether...
A bioeconomic model of cham scallop aquaculture in Korea was used to determine an optimal farm grow-out strategy. The model used estimated cost functions for two culture methods and growth functions based on three environmental characteristics for each region (Kojin and Chumunjin). Stochastic...
A dynamic-constraint optimization model that incorporates the accumulated nutrient load from farm discharges to the sea is applied to derive an optimal corrective tax for Thai shrimp farming. The model internalizes the environmental costs of the cumulated stock of nutrients discharged, mangrove...
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