Asymmetric outcomes: Assessing central aspects of the biological, economic and social sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery, Ucides cordatus Ocypodidae, in North Brazil

Asymmetric outcomes: Assessing central aspects of the biological, economic and social sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery, Ucides cordatus Ocypodidae, in North Brazil

Primary Country: Brazil
Ecosystem: mangrove
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $59 / month: Net income per month for Furo Grande crab, Ucides cordatus, collectors in the Caete estuary
Region: Americas
Data source: Consvalmap.org

Publication information

Glaser, M. Diele, K. “Asymmetric outcomes: Assessing central aspects of the biological, economic and social sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery, Ucides cordatus Ocypodidae, in North Brazil” Ecological Economics, 49(3), 361-373, 2004

Addtional Notes

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Economic Valuation Study

Providing Food

Mangroves, Wetlands or Coastal

Furo Grande crab (Ucides cordatus) collectors in the CaeteĀ“ estuary earned about $59 per month in net income, or 98% of the legal minimum wage.

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