Eric Clua discusses the economics of this practice and concludes that a living shark can be worth much more than a dead shark.
Posted in Coasts/Oceans | Tags: coasts, economics, effectiveness, environmental management, governance, human dimensions, linkedin, Oceans, policy, sharks, social science, Wildlife
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