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Unformatted text preview: ttawa / University of Ottawa 2012 M7.10 BIO 3115 Conservation Biology Supply, demand and market price Price As quantity (supply) is reduced, demand increases, as does the market price. So market demand is high for rare products. Hence, for very rare natural products, market (or black market) price is very high. So it is economically feasible to invest large sums in trying to obtain increasingly rare natural products. p Demand Supply Quantity M7.21 BIO 3115 Université d’Ottawa / University of Ottawa 2012 Recreational exploitation harvesting of natural resources as a recreational activity, including game hunting, trophy hunting, angling, collecting (plants, insects, butterflies). M7.22 BIO 3115 Université d’Ottawa / University of Ottawa 2012 M7.11 BIO 3115 Conservation Biology Incidental exploitation exploitation of one species as an indirect effect of exploitation of another, e.g. marine turtles and mammals from commercial fisheries. (caught in nets) M7.23 BIO 3115 Université d’Ottawa / Unive...
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