Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics, Policy, and Management

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At low densities, net benefits were high for both collective and independent management to eradicate the invader, suggesting the importance of early detection and eradication. At moderate densities, collective management led to faster and more frequent invader eradication compared to independent management. When we used a financial penalty to ensure that independent properties were managed collectively, we found that the penalty would be most feasible when levied on a property's perimeter boundary to control spread among properties. At the highest densities, the optimal management strategy was "do nothing" because the economic costs of removal were too high relative to the benefits of removal.

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Spatial variation in L. To accomplish the management and enforcement of these economic policies, we discuss modification of existing agencies and infrastructure.

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Finally, a sensitivity analysis revealed that lowering the economic cost of invader removal would strongly increase the probability of invader eradication. Bossenbroek, W.

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Bioeconomics of invasive species : integrating ecology, economics, policy and management

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