ALONG THE WAY BACK FROM THE BRINK 157 Second , the most common characteristics of animals on the list of species recom

@inproceedings{Rondeau2001ALONGTW,
  title={ALONG THE WAY BACK FROM THE BRINK 157 Second , the most common characteristics of animals on the list of species recom},
  author={Daniel Rondeau},
  year={2001}
}
An optimal control model of wildlife management is developed to analyze the transitory dynamics set forth by the reintroduction of animals that provide benefits but can also come into conflict with humans. The shadow price of these resources can be positive or negative, potentially creating a nonconvexity. The conditions under which reintroduction is not desirable are determined, and those characterizing the initiation of costly population control are investigated. An application to deer… CONTINUE READING

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