GLAC peer-reviewed publications
Voter Evaluations Regarding the Tradeoffs Between Agricultural Production and Water Quality in Lake Erie
Melstrom, Richard T., and Trey Malone. “Voter evaluations regarding the tradeoffs between agricultural production and water quality in Lake Erie.” Agricultural Water Management 287 (2023).
A Meta-Regression Analysis of Consumer Willingness to Pay for Aquaculture Products
Smetana, K., Melstrom, R., & Malone, T. (2022). A Meta-Regression Analysis of Consumer Willingness to Pay for Aquaculture Products. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 54(3), 480-495. doi:10.1017/aae.2022.28
Introducing the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative: Fostering an aquaculture event during COVID-19 Across U.S. Protein Supply Chains
Jescovitch, L., Nelson, E., Wiermaa, E., Schrank, A. 2021. Introducing the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative: Fostering an aquaculture event during COVID-19. World Aquaculture Magazine 52(1): 45-48.
Regulatory Restrictions Across U.S. Protein Supply Chains
Staples, A., Chambers, D., Melstrom, R., & Malone, T. (2021). Regulatory Restrictions Across U.S. Protein Supply Chains. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1-27. doi:10.1017/aae.2021.28
Regulatory Landscape of the U.S. Aquaculture Supply Chain
Staples, A.J., E. Abaidoo, L.N. Jescovitch, D. Chambers, R.T. Melstrom, and T. Malone. 2021. “Regulatory Landscape of the U.S. Aquaculture Supply Chain” Choices. Quarter 4.
2021 Choices Magazine. This is the outreach publication of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association.
The Economics of U.S. Aquaculture by Trey Malone and Richard T. Melstrom. Aquaculture production is growing, but production in the United States is growing less rapidly than in the rest of the world. Articles in this theme include the following by members of the Sea Grant Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative and others:
- The Economics of United States Aquaculture Data Visualization. Jessie Marshall, Trey Malone, and Richard T. Melstrom.
- Fisheries, Hatcheries, and Aquaculture—What’s the Difference? Titus S. Seilheimer, Emma Wiermaa, and Lauren N. Jescovitch.
- The Growth of Imports in U.S. Seafood Markets. Eric Abaidoo, Max Melstrom, and Trey Malone.
- Aquaculture Markets in the Twenty-First Century. Kwamena K. Quagrainie and Amy M. Shambach.
- Go FISH: U.S. Seafood Consumers Seek Freshness, Information, Safety, and Health Benefits. Simone Valle de Souza, Kwamena Quagrainie, William Knudson, and April Athnos.
- Voices from the Industry: Aquaculture Producers in the Midwestern United States. J. Stuart Carlton, Amy Shambach, and Haley A. Hartenstine.
- Regulatory Landscape of the U.S. Aquaculture Supply Chain. Aaron J. Staples, Eric Abaidoo, Lauren N. Jescovitch, Dustin Chambers, Richard T. Melstrom, and Trey Malone.
- Demand for Farm-Raised Fish in the Great Lakes Region: What Does Consumer Research Tell Us?
- Summary of Aquaculture in the United States
- Consumer Willingness to Pay for Great Lakes Aquaculture Products. Part 1: Literature Review and Meta-Analysis
- Measuring Consumer Willingness-to-Pay for Great Lakes Aquaculture. Part 2: Consumer Engagement using Direct Analytical Methods
- Policy Challenges and Opportunities in Aquaculture
- Aquaculture Producers’ Attitudes Toward Business Expansion