Protected Areas for Conflict Resolution and Management of Recreational and Commercial Fisheries

@inproceedings{Ngoc2009ProtectedAF,
  title={Protected Areas for Conflict Resolution and Management of Recreational and Commercial Fisheries},
  author={Quach Thi Khanh Ngoc},
  year={2009}
}
  • Quach Thi Khanh Ngoc
  • Published 2009
This paper investigates interactions between recreational and commercial fisheries. It introduces the idea of a protected area for recreational fisheries, as a way to reduce conflict between the two sectors and to preserve the natural resource. It is demonstrated that without a protected area for recreational fisheries, open access may imply that only one sector survives. A protected area can assure the operation of both sectors, even under open access. This measure also enhances the aggregate… CONTINUE READING

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