Examines factors behind the failure of shark conservation efforts and data on tourists and divers. Argues for emphasizing reef sharks' relative economic value to Palau as a tourism resource rather than a fishery, including business and tax revenues.
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Title: Wanted Dead or Alive? The Relative Value of Reef Sharks as a Fishery and an Ecotourism Asset in Palau
Publication date 2011-05-02
Publication Year 2011
, G. M. S. Vianna
, J. J. Meeuwig
, M. G. Meekan
, S. Marsh
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
, University of Western Australia (UWA)
, diving industry
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