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Front Matter Marine Resource Economics Marine Resource Economics (ISSN 0738-1360) is published quarterly by The University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th St., Chi- cago, IL 60637. Periodicals postage is paid at Chicago, IL, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Subscription Fulfillment, University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. Editor- i n-Chi E f J o S h U A K. ABB ott , A ri Z on A S t At E U ni VE r S it Y FOUNDING EDIT OR A S SOCIATE EDIT ORS BOOK REVIEW EDIT OR Jon G. Sutinen Frank Asche Håkan Eggert University of Rhode Island University of Florida University of Gothenburg Jorge Dresdner CA SE S TUDIES EDIT OR ADVISOR Y BOARD Universidad de Concepción Hirotsugu (Hiro) Uchida Peder Andersen Daniel S. Holland University of Rhode Island University of Copenhagen Northwest Fisheries Science Center Lee G. Anderson PA S T EDIT ORS Sunny Jardine University of Delaware Jon G. Sutinen University of Washington Rögnvaldur Hannesson University of Rhode Island Daði Már Kristófersson Norwegian School of Economics Cathy A. Roheim University of Iceland and Business Administration University of Rhode Island Daniel Lew Richard S. Johnston James L. Anderson National Marine Fisheries Service Oregon State University University of Rhode Island Atle Øglend Kenneth E. McConnell Martin D. Smith University of Stavanger University of Maryland Duke University Martin Quaas Geoffrey Waugh Leipzig University University of New South Wales John C. Whitehead James E. Wilen Appalachian State University University of California, Davis Permissions: Articles may be copied or otherwise reused without permission only to the extent permitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the US Copyright Law. Permission to copy articles for personal, internal, classroom, or library use may be obtained from the Copyright Clearance Center (www.copyright.com). 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Marine Resource Economics Marine Resource Economics (ISSN 0738-1360) is published quarterly by The University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th St., Chi- cago, IL 60637. Periodicals postage is paid at Chicago, IL, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Subscription Fulfillment, University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. Editor- i n-Chi E f J o S h U A K. ABB ott , A ri Z on A S t At E U ni VE r S it Y FOUNDING EDIT OR A S SOCIATE EDIT ORS BOOK REVIEW EDIT OR Jon G. Sutinen Frank Asche Håkan Eggert University of Rhode Island University of Florida University of Gothenburg Jorge Dresdner CA SE S TUDIES EDIT OR ADVISOR Y BOARD Universidad de Concepción Hirotsugu (Hiro) Uchida Peder Andersen Daniel S. Holland University of Rhode Island University of Copenhagen Northwest Fisheries Science Center Lee G. Anderson PA S T EDIT ORS Sunny Jardine University of Delaware Jon G. Sutinen University of Washington Rögnvaldur Hannesson University of Rhode Island Daði Már Kristófersson Norwegian School of Economics Cathy A. Roheim University of Iceland and Business Administration University of Rhode Island Daniel Lew Richard S. Johnston James L. Anderson National Marine Fisheries Service Oregon State University University of Rhode Island Atle Øglend Kenneth E. McConnell Martin D. Smith University of Stavanger University of Maryland Duke University Martin Quaas Geoffrey Waugh Leipzig University University of New South Wales John C. Whitehead James E. Wilen Appalachian State University University of California, Davis Permissions: Articles may be copied or otherwise reused without permission only to the extent permitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the US Copyright Law. Permission to copy articles for personal, internal, classroom, or library use may be obtained from the Copyright Clearance Center (www.copyright.com). For all other uses, such as copying for general distribution, for adver- tising or promotional purposes, for creating new collective works, or for resale, please contact Permissions Coordinator, Journals Division, University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637 USA. Fax: (773) 834-3489. Email: journalpermissions @press.uchicago.edu. Articles in the public domain may be used without permission, but it is customary to contact the author. Correspondence: Address correspondence to Joshua K. Abbott, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, PO Box 877904, Tempe, AZ 85287-7904 USA. Email: joshua.k.abbott@asu.edu. Book review correspondence should be directed to Håkan Eggert (hakan.eggert@economics.gu.se). Correspondence regarding case studies should be forwarded to Hiro Uchida (huchida@uri.edu). Individual subscription rates for 2022: $85 print + electronic, and $50 e-only. Institutional print + electronic and e-only subscription rates are tiered according to an institution’s type and research output: $271 to $474 print + electronic, $231 to $404 e-only. The institutional print-only rate is US $316. Additional taxes or postage for non-US subscriptions may apply. For addi - tional rates, including prices for institutional full-run access and single copies, visit http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/journals /mre/about. Free or deeply discounted access is available in most developing nations through the Chicago Emerging Nations Initiative (http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/ceni). Please direct subscription inquiries, back-issue requests, and address changes to Subscription Fulfillment, University of Chi- cago Press, 1427 E. 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. Telephone: (773) 753-3347 or toll-free in the United States and Canada (877) 705-1878. Fax: (773) 753-0811 or toll-free (877) 705-1879. Email: subscriptions@press.uchicago.edu. Advertising space in Marine Resource Economics is available, as is rental of its subscriber list. For information and rates, please contact the advertising sales staff, The University of Chicago Press, Journals Division, 1427 E. 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. Advertising and list rental are limited to material of scholarly interest to our subscribers. © 2022 by MRE Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. 2022 Volume 37 Number 3 Marine Resource Economics c o N te N t s articles 235 | Discrete Choice Modeling of Fishers’ Landing Locations Anna M. Birkenbach, Andreea L. Cojocaru, Martin D. Smith, and Frank Asche 263 | The Way the Wind Blows: Tracing Out the Demand for Norwegian Lobster Using Instrumental Variables Cecilia Hammarlund, Johan Blomquist, and Staa ff n Waldo 283 | Are US Wild Salmon Products Affected by Farmed Salmon? A Cointegration Analysis Kristin H. Roll, Rune Nygaard, Benjamin Fissel, and James Hilger 305 | Does Boat Order in the Auction Affect the Price in Fish Markets? Hedonic Pricing for Hake in Northern Spain Antonio Álvarez PersPectiVes 325 | Oyster Economics: Simulated Costs, Market Returns, and Nonmarket Ecosystem Benefits of Harvested and Nonharvested Reefs, Off-Bottom Aquaculture , and Living Shorelines Daniel R. Petrolia, William C. Walton, and Just Cebrian 349 | Valuing Mangrove Conservation Attributes in Red River Delta, Vietnam: A Choice Experiment Approach a Th nh Viet Nguyen, Michel Simioni, and Hung Trung Vo

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