Spatiotemporal analysis of bioeconomic indicators in a small-scale rights-based managed Caribbean spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) fishery
Cita: Headley, M.D. 2017. Universidad Marista de Mérida, A.C. Tesis: Spatiotemporal analysis of bioeconomic indicators in a small-scale rights-based managed Caribbean spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) fishery. Director y asesor(es): Seijo-Gutiérrez, J.C. (Director), Ponce-Díaz, G. (Asesor), Sosa, F.E. (Asesor), Hernández-Flores, A. (Asesor), Arce-Ibarra, A.M. (Asesor).
Periodo de realización: 2017/06/23 al 2017/01/01
Lugar(es) de estudio: Javier Rojo Gómez, Q.R., México
Resumen: "This study presents an analysis of artificial shelter performance and the role of habitat coverage in a fishery targeting a spiny lobster meta-population, with spatially allocated, individual exclusive benthic property rights for shelter introduction and harvest of species. The relationships between habitat coverage and catch (kg shelter-1 trip-1km-2), and the associated quasi-profits of variable costs (USD shelter-1 trip-1 km-2) were examined using multiple regression. Habitat types Algae (b=11.32, t391=6.72, p<0.05)"