Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Environment, Economics, and Politics (EEP)
J. Emil Morhardt
© 2013 Katherine Recinos
Marine and freshwater aquatic invasive species are a huge problem in the United States and its territorial waters with myriad ecological and economic impacts. Current management methods have fallen short. One possible solution is to harvest them for human consumption. This should be done through small scale, carefully regulated, scientifically based programs that are part of a larger overall management strategy. Four case studies (northern snakehead, European green crab, Asian carp, Chinese mitten crab) assessing edibility are included.
Recinos, Katherine, "Managing Aquatic Invasive Species in the United States by Harvesting them for Human Consumption" (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 595.
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