The Shellfish Corner: Cap and Trade Systems with Shellfish may be Good for the Economic Bottom LineAquaculture Magazine (2018)
The development of a traditional form of Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) in the Dagupan City Estuary system in the Philippines is based upon different producers each focusing on individual species rather than individual producers producing multiple species with very different market values. The long-term success of such a system requires attention to local marine spatial planning and enforcement of caps on forms of feed-based (net pen or fish cage) aquaculture systems.
- Cap and Trade,
- Shellfish aquaculture,
Publication DateWinter January, 2018
Citation InformationMichael A Rice. "The Shellfish Corner: Cap and Trade Systems with Shellfish may be Good for the Economic Bottom Line" Aquaculture Magazine Vol. 43 Iss. 6 (2018) p. 60 - 63 ISSN: 0199-1388
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