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Economic impacts of TEDs on the shrimp production sector

Economic impacts of TEDs on the shrimp production sector

Society and Natural Resources 6(3): 291-308

The economic impact of the effects of the Turtle Excluder Devices (TEDs) used in the Gulf of Mexico to control the numbers of turtles caught in shrimp trawl nets is analysed. This is a major concern to the shrimp fishing economy due to the potential loss of shrimp. A simulation modeling technique is used which estimates the changes in landings, revenues, costs, and the economic rents.

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DOI: 10.1080/08941929309380826

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