Volume 28 2006

Bioeconomic Modelling and Valuation of Exploited Marine Ecosystems

ISBN: 978-1-4020-4041-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-4059-7 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

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    Pages 1-11

    BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY

  2. TOOLS AND BASIC INSIGHTS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-VII

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      Pages 15-27

      INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF MARINE ECOSYSTEM EXPLOITATION

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      Pages 29-52

      DETERMINISTIC ECONOMIC MODELS OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND POLICY

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      Pages 53-71

      INCORPORATING UNCERTAINTY IN THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF MARINE ECOSYSTEM EXPLOITATION

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      Pages 73-90

      MANAGING THE FISHERIES: A SYNTHESIS OF OLD AND NEW INSIGHTS

  3. BIOECONOMIC MODELING

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-VII

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      Pages 93-115

      HARVESTING AND CONSERVATION IN A PREDATOR–PREY SYSTEM

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      Pages 117-135

      BIOECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF A SHELLFISHERY WITH HABITAT EFFECTS

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      Pages 137-148

      MARINE RESERVE CREATION FOR SEDENTARY SPECIES WITH UNCERTAIN METAPOPULATION DYNAMICS

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      Pages 149-181

      A SPATIAL–TEMPORAL MODEL OF THE INTERACTION OF SHELLFISH AND BIRDS IN A MARINE ECOSYSTEM

  4. MONETARY VALUATION AND STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-VII

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      Pages 185-208

      POLICY FAILURE AND STAKEHOLDER DISSATISFACTION IN THE DUTCH WADDEN SEA SHELLFISHERY

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      Pages 209-227

      STATED CHOICE VALUATION OF MULTIPLE STAKEHOLDERS IN THE DUTCH WADDEN SEA

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      Pages 229-240

      THE COST OF EXOTIC MARINE SPECIES: A JOINT TRAVEL COST – CONTINGENT VALUATION SURVEY