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32 PART I: TOOLS AND BASIC INSIGHTS No level of effort higher or lower than the one exerted at bioeconomic equilibrium can be maintained. In the case of a higher effort exerted, total costs of fishing would exceed total revenues, forcing some fishermen to withdraw from the fishery and reducing the level of effort back to bioeconomic equilibrium. In the case of lower effort exerted, additional fishermen would be attracted by the profit they can earn and effort would subsequently increase. The maximum sustainable yield (MSY) occurs when the fish-population growthrate reaches a maximum.
Writing the Hamiltonian for this problem and applying the maximum principle will give the optimal effort to apply. The corresponding optimal number of vessels participating in the fishery can then be determined from Equation (57). The Hamiltonian and its necessary conditions for an optimum lead to the following condition that needs 50 PART I: TOOLS AND BASIC INSIGHTS to be satisfied: c (E) = ( p − λ)q X (59) The term λ is the shadow price, which reduces to zero in an open-access fishery. Setting λ larger than zero, the open-access fishery can be controlled because it will no longer be profitable to fish at the open-access equilibrium fish population.
It is however important to consider that, adult and larval mortality considerations aside, space is the only capacity constraint in Brown and Roughgarden’s model. There is no catchability coefficient q or capacity constraint K that could capture other possible limiting effects on the size of the fish population, such as due to interdependency characteristics that could be relevant for describing a specific fish population. The model used by Pezzey et al. however, could be appropriate for modeling both fish and shellfish population dynamics.