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Workshop: Economic Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop (2005)

Paper Number: EE-0493

Document Date: 02/01/2006

Author(s):  Alpha-Gamma Technologies, Inc.

Subject Area(s):

Economic Analysis, Benefit-Cost Analysis, Ecological Benefits, Aquatic Invasive Species, Bioeconomics, Economic Impacts

Keywords: Economic Analysis, Benefit-Cost Analysis, Ecological Benefits, Aquatic Invasive Species, Bioeconomics, Economic Impacts

Summary: 

EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics and EPA's Office of Water jointly hosted the "Economic Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop" on July 20-21, 2005 in Washington DC. The goal was to obtain workshop participants’ individual views on potential conceptual frameworks and bioeconomic tools for use in the subsequent development of national and regional estimates of the market and non-market economic impacts of aquatic invasive species.

Document from Workshop includes materials prepared in designated breakout and plenary sessions on invasive species issues, as well as keynote addresses given by Dr. David Lodge and Dr. Jason Shogren.

This workshop is part of the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series.

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  • Economic Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop (PDF)(187 pp, 6 MB, 02/01/2006, EE-0493)
    EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics and EPA's Office of Water jointly hosted the "Economic Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop" on July 20-21, 2005 in Washington DC. The goal was to obtain workshop participants’ individual views on potential conceptual frameworks and bioeconomic tools for use in the subsequent development of national and regional estimates of the market and non-market economic impacts of aquatic invasive species.