Socioeconomic study and economic value of living fossil, Lingula sp. in mangrove ecosystem in Trat Province, Thailand

@article{Printrakoon2013SocioeconomicSA,
  title={Socioeconomic study and economic value of living fossil, Lingula sp. in mangrove ecosystem in Trat Province, Thailand},
  author={Cheewarat Printrakoon and Apiwan Kamlung-ek},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={187 - 199}
}
This paper is the first recorded economic value of living fossil, an evaluation of the basic economic value of Lingula, based on the direct utilization of households for food and sale. Twenty-one local fishermen who collected Lingula in Trat Province were focused on by using interview questionnaires. The animal habitats are influenced by the encroachers’ age, gender and harvest method. The total economic value in 2011 was around two million baht. Those who possess fishing gear and have more… 

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