Indirect management of invasive species through bio-controls: A bioeconomic model of salmon and alewife in Lake Michigan

Indirect management of invasive species through bio-controls: A bioeconomic model of salmon and alewife in Lake Michigan

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: species
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $54 million: net benefit of stocking salmon at maximum rate
  2. $120 million: net benefits of stocking salmon using a model involving a piece-wise continuous stable limit cycle
Region: Americas / Great Lakes
Data source: This source provided by Salman Hussain at the Scottish Agricultural College.

Publication information

Fenichel, Eli P. Horan, Richard D.Bence, James R. “Indirect management of invasive species through bio-controls: A bioeconomic model of salmon and alewife in Lake Michigan” Resource and Energy Economics, 2010

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