Splitting Scales: Conflicting National and Regional Attempts to Manage Commercial Aquaculture in the Exclusive Economic Zone
open ocean aquaculture, fisheries, resource management, environmental impacts, federal laws, state laws, legal challenges, Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council, federal legislation
Like other environmental resources subject to public use, various interest groups struggle over joint management of scarce fisheries resources. Further, differing goals for resource management, such as financial goals versus conservation goals, frequently pit regional groups against one another. In some cases, regional interests may conflict with overall national interests. As goes the water and the air, so go the fish.
Ketchum, B. (2021). Splitting Scales: Conflicting National and Regional Attempts to Manage Commercial Aquaculture in the Exclusive Economic Zone. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 6(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol6/iss1/3
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