Tiny Stowaways: Analyzing the Economic Benefits of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Permit Regulating Ballast Water Discharges

Tiny Stowaways: Analyzing the Economic Benefits of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Permit Regulating Ballast Water Discharges

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: species
Sample Value Estimates:
a) $706,000: loss in net social welfare due to localized cholera-causing bacteria found in shellfish in the Gulf of Mexico
Region: Americas / Gulf of Mexico
Data source: This source provided by Salman Hussain at the Scottish Agricultural College.

Publication information

Lovell, Sabrina J. Drake, Lisa A. “Tiny Stowaways: Analyzing the Economic Benefits of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Permit Regulating Ballast Water Discharges” Environmental Management, 2009

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