|Document Type:||Journal Article|
|Title:||Benefits and risks of diversication for individual fishers|
|Author:||Sean C. Anderson, E. J. Ward, Andrew O. Shelton, Milo Adkison, Anne H. Beaudreau, Rich Brenner, Alan C. Haynie, Jennifer C. Shriver, Jordan Watson, Benjamin Williams|
|Journal:||Proceedings of the National Academy of Science|
Individuals relying on natural resource extraction for their livelihood
face high income variability driven by a mix of environmental, bio-
industries is identifying how regulatory actions and individual be-
the economic stability and the sustainable use of natural resources.
fishing a set of permits with higher species diversity reduces indi-
a fishery-dependent effect on revenue and is usually (87% probabil-
Our results demonstrate that the most effective option for individu-
more diverse fisheries. However, this option is expensive, often lim-
unavailable to many individuals. With increasing climatic variabil-
resources for their livelihood have effective strategies to reduce fi-
|Theme:||Recovery and rebuilding of marine and coastal species|
Describe the relationships between human activities and species recovery, rebuilding and sustainability.
Develop methods to use physiological, biological and behavioral information to predict population-level processes.