Economic Recovery Models Presentations

In order to understand the magnitude of the long-term individual and joint economic impacts of recent natural and technological disasters to recreational and commercial fishing, multi-year baseline economic information about each sector in all five Gulf states are currently being compiled from various secondary sources.

Econometric analyses of these long-term data are conducted to determine the rate of economic recovery and measure the long-term economic damages to these affected economic sectors. It is suggested that these assessments be conducted on a region-wide basis, state by state, and species by species.

The following presentations show the economic impacts of recent natural, technological, man-made, and global pandemic on seafood, aquaculture, recreational fishing in Mississippi, the Gulf of Mexico and the United States:
  1. 2007 Hurricane Katrina https://youtu.be/zgmB-ga5DGo

  2. 2010 Gulf Oyster Postharvest Processing https://youtu.be/__nOfS_zVg8

  3. 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill https://youtu.be/VKoz_oTXmOw

  4. 2011 Bonnet Caree Spillway Opening https://youtu.be/afMOmzKu-FI

  5. 2019 Bonnet Carret Spillway Openings

  6. 2020 Catfish farming, wholesale market, and imports https://youtu.be/OMF0tkkPNkg

  7. 2020 Shrimp landings, wholesale markets, and imports https://youtu.be/15cPuHP5HlE

  8. 2020 Blue crab wholesale markets https://youtu.be/ZVUTzykRrWg

  9. 2020 Tilapia retail and wholesale prices, and imports https://youtu.be/f3rxcfWTD5o