Fuel use and greenhouse gas emission implications of fisheries management: the case of the new england atlantic herring fishery

@inproceedings{Driscoll2010FuelUA,
  title={Fuel use and greenhouse gas emission implications of fisheries management: the case of the new england atlantic herring fishery},
  author={John R Driscoll and Peter H Tyedmers},
  year={2010}
}
  • John R Driscoll, Peter H Tyedmers
  • Published 2010
  • Economics
  • Commercial fisheries are heavily dependent upon the combustion of fossil fuels and as such contribute to increased atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases and the concomitant impact on the world's climate. The fuel use and greenhouse gas intensity of a fishery is a function of several variables. One that has not been previously investigated is the role of fisheries management. Using historical gear-specific fuel use and landings data, we employ scenarios to examine the potential impact… CONTINUE READING

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