Terry Hanson

Dr. Terrill R. Hanson (Terry)

Professor Extension Specialist
School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences

ResearchProfessional AffiliationsHonors & AwardsPublications

  • Assessment of the feasibility of reducing risks to U.S. aquaculture industries
  • Investigation of catfish feed protein levels and economic impact to producers
  • Economic impact of best management practices on catfish diseases
  • Farm management and aquacultural costs of production
  • Costs and benefits of controlling off-flavor in the U.S. catfish industry
  • Estimation of bird depredation damage to the commercial catfish industry
  • Consumer demand for aquaculture and seafood products
  • Costs and benefits of ESC vaccination of catfish fingerlings
  • Use of satellite imagery and GIS softwares to develop catfish acreage layers
  • Welfare valuation of inherited traits in aquacultured catfish
  • Impact of improved NWAC-103 strain of channel catfish to the industry

  • American Agricultural Economics Association
  • Southern Agricultural Economics Association
  • International Association of Aquacultural Economics and Management
    – IAAEM newsletter editor, 2005 – present
  • World Aquaculture Society
  • U.S. Aquaculture Society
  • U.S. Freshwater Prawn and Shrimp Growers Association

  • Nominated for the 2007 Rosalind and Rodney Foil Teamwork Award, Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine Research Award Gamma Sigma Delta, Mississippi State University
  • Nominated for the 2007 Research Award Gamma Sigma Delta, Mississippi State University
  • International Association of Aquaculture Economics and Management Certificate of Appreciation – IAAEM Newsletter Editor, February, 2007.
  • American Agricultural Economics Association’s (AAEA) 2005 Distinguished Extension Award: Group Award
  • Nominated for the MSUniversity Alumni Association 2005 Research Award
  • Awarded the 2004 Distinguished Service Award by the Catfish Farmers of MS
  • One of top six journal articles in 2001 submitted to the North American Journal of Aquaculture
  • Member Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
  • Member Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International Scholars
  • Elected to Gamma Sigma Delta, Honor Society of Agriculture, 1985
  • Awarded the Doane Art Prize for Painting, Allegheny College, 1977

JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT — 2015
Angling effort on an embayment of Lake Guntersville, Alabama, before and after herbicide application

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2014
Economic Feasibility of an In-pond Raceway System for Commercial Catfish Production in west Alabama

AQUAFEED: ADVANCES IN PROCESSING AND FORMULATION — 2014
Corn Protein Concentrate A cost-effective replacement for fish meal in shrimp diets

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2014
Economic Impact of a Recreational Striped Bass Fishery

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2014
Economic Analysis Of Feeds For Super-Intensive White Shrimp Growout

AQUA CULTURA — 2014
Concentrato de proteína de maíz: Una fuente económica de reemplazo de la harina de pescado en dietas para camarón

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2013
Production and Associated Economics of Fingerling-to-Stocker and Stocker-to-Grow-Out Modular Phases for Farming Channel Catfish in Commercial-Size Ponds

JOURNAL OF FOOD DISTRIBUTION RESEARCH — 2013
Supermarket Sales of Crawfish and Competing Crustacean Products

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2013
Economic Analyses Project Rising Returns For Intensive Biofloc Shrimp Systems

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2013
High-Soy, Fishmeal-Free Diets Support Florida Pompano Growth

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2013
Research Links Pond Production Practices To Yellow Coloration In Catfish Fillets

JOURNAL OF APPLIED AQUACULTURE — 2013
Coloration Characteristics of Mechanically Processed Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) Fillets Held in Refrigerated Storage for Seven Days

AQUACULTURE ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT — 2013
COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES OF THE U.S. FARM-RAISED CATFISH INDUSTRY: A CROSS-REGIONAL ANALYSIS

RISK ANALYSIS — 2013
Disease Spread Models to Estimate Highly Uncertain Emerging Diseases Losses for Animal Agriculture Insurance Policies: An Application to the U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish Industry

ALABAMA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SYSTEM, TIMELY INFORMATION: FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE SERIES — 2012
OFF-BOTTOM OYSTER FARMING

ALABAMA WILDLIFE — 2012
Fishing makes dollars and cents

MISSISSIPPI-ALABAMA SEA GRANT CONSORTIUM PUBLICATION — 2012
Gulf Coast Off-Bottom Oyster Farming Gear Types: Floating Cage System

MISSISSIPPI-ALABAMA SEA GRANT CONSORTIUM PUBLICATION — 2012
Gulf Coast Off-Bottom Oyster Farming Gear Types: Floating Bags

MISSISSIPPI-ALABAMA SEA GRANT CONSORTIUM PUBLICATION — 2012
Gulf Coast Off-Bottom Oyster Farming Gear Types: Bottom Cages

MISSISSIPPI-ALABAMA SEA GRANT CONSORTIUM PUBLICATION — 2012
Gulf Coast Off-Bottom Oyster Farming Gear Types: Adjustable Long-line System

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS — 2012
A Comparison of Choice Experiments and Actual Grocery Store Behavior: An Empirical Application to Seafood Products

MARINE RESOURCE ECONOMICS — 2012
Substitutions between Fish and Seafood Products at the US National Retail Level

AQUACULTURE — 2011
Effects of stocking density on the performance of Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei cultured under pond and outdoor tank conditions using a high soybean meal diet

NATURAL HAZARDS REVIEW — 2011
Heterogeneous Evacuation Responses to Storm Forecast Attributes

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2011
Taurine: Critical SupplementFor Marine Fish Feed

in: Cipriano R, Bruckner A and Shchelkunov I (editors): Bridging America and Russia with Shared Perspectives on Aquatic Animal Health. Proceedings of the Third Bilateral Conference Between the United States and Russia: Aquatic Animal Health 2009. 12-20 July 2009. Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, Landover, Maryland, USA. — 2011
Ameliorating The effects of the digenetic trematode, Bolbophorus damnificus on the channel catfish industry

JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY — 2010
Pelleted Sources of Nutrition and the Effect of Stocking Size-graded Juveniles in Low-input Farming of the Freshwater Prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii in Earthen Ponds

AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS REVIEW — 2010
The Impact of Catfish Imports on the U.S. Wholesale and Farm Sectors

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2010
In-pond Raceway System Demonstrates Economic Benefit for Commercial Catfish Production

AGRIBUSINESS — 2009
The Importance of Product Cut and Form When Estimating Fish Demand: The Case of U.S. Catfish

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2008
Production and Associated Economics of Channel Catfish Fed Different Practical Diets in the Fingerling-Stocker Phase of Culture

AQUACULTURE ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT  — 2008
ANALYSIS OF THE COMMERCIAL-SCALE COST OF PRODUCING FRESHWATER PRAWN MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGIIIN THE SOUTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES

NWAC NEWS — 2008
Feed Price Risk Management Considerations for Catfish Producers

AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS REVIEW — 2008
Identifying Risk Factors Affecting Weather- and Disease-Related Losses in the U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish Industry

AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMIC REVIEW — 2008
Willingness to Pay for a Potential Insurance Policy: Case Study of Trout Aquaculture

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2008
Farm-Level Economic Impacts of Bolbophorus Infections of Channel Catfish

JOURNAL OF THE FOOD DISTRIBUTION RESEARCH SOCIETY — 2008
A Bio-Economic Model of Recirculation Shrimp-Production Systems

WORLD AQUACULTURE MAGAZINE — 2007
Determining the insurability of fish diseases impacting aquaculture production

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT — 2007
Evaluating the Policy to Restrict the Potentially Invasive Black Carp (Mylopharyngodon Piceus): A Decision Protocol with Assurance Bonding

BULLETIN — 2007
Freshwater Prawn Cost of Production Results from a 2005 Multistate Freshwater Prawn Grower Survey

THE 2007 FARM BILL — 2007
The 2007 Farm Bill: Policy Options and Consequences, Catfish Policy

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2006
Evaluation of a Fingerling-to-Stocker Phase as Part of a New Production Strategy for the Commercial Farming of Channel Catfish

THE ECONOMICS OF LIVESTOCK DISEASE INSURANCE: CONCEPTS, ISSUES AND INTERNATIONAL CASE — 2006
Insurability Conditions and Livestock Disease Insurance

THE ECONOMICS OF LIVESTOCK DISEASE INSURANCE: CONCEPTS, ISSUES, AND INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES (BOOK) — 2006
Investigating the Feasibility of Livestock Disease Insurance: A Case Study in US Aquaculture

AQUA FOCUS — 2006
The Economic Implications of Feeding Fingerlings During Outbreaks of Enteric Septicemia in Catfish

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2005
Management of Musty Off-Flavor in Channel Catfish from Commercial Ponds with Weekly Applications of Copper Sulfate

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2005
Economic Analysis Projects 10% Loss to Bolphorus Trematode in U.S. Channel Catfish Industry

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2005
U.S. Study Examines Market For Freshwater Prawns

JOURNAL OF APPLIED AQUACULTURE — 2004
Economic Impact of the Farm-Raised Catfish Industry on the Mississippi State Economy

JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY — 2004
Effect of Stocking Weight and Stocking Density on Production of Hybrid Striped Bass (Sunshine) in Earthen Ponds in the Second Phase of a 2-Phase System

BIOLOGY AND CULTURE OF CHANNEL CATFISH (BOOK) — 2004
Marketing and Economics

SRAC PUBLICATION— 2004
Semi-Intensive Production of Red Swamp Crawfish in Earthen Ponds without Planted Forage

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2004
U.S. Consumer Perceptions, Attitudes Toward Farm-Raised Catfish

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE — 2003
Comparison of Multiple-Batch, Modular Catfish Production Systems

JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH — 2003
U.S. CONSUMERS: EXAMINING THE DECISION TO CONSUME OYSTERS AND THE DECISION OF HOW FREQUENTLY TO CONSUME OYSTERS

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MISSISSIPPI — 2003
Economic Impact of the Mississippi Farm-Raised Catfish Industry at the Year 2003

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS — 2003
Agricultural Insurance as an Environmental Policy Tool 


OFF-FLAVORS IN AQUACULTURE (BOOK) — 2003
Economic Impact of Off-Flavor to the U.S. Catfish Industry

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS — 2003
Price Volatility Spillover in Agricultural Markets: An Examination of U.S. Catfish Markets

BULLETIN — 2003
Opinions of U.S. Consumers About Farm-Raised Catfish: Results of a 2000-2001 Survey

BULLETIN — 2003
Opinions of U.S. Consumers Toward Oysters: Results of a 2000-2001 Survey

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2002
Production and Economic Analysis of Two-Phase and Three-Phase Culture of Sunshine Bass in Earthen Ponds

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION — 2002
RESERVOIR WATER LEVEL IMPACTS ON RECREATION, PROPERTY, AND NONUSER VALUES

BULLETIN — 2002
Production of the Red Swamp Crayfish in Earthen Ponds without Planted Forage: Management Practices and Economics

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2001
Management of Off-Flavors in Pond-Cultured Channel Catfish with Weekly Applications of Copper Sulfate

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS — 2001
Change and Conflict in Land and Water Use: Resource Valuation in Conflict Resolution among Competing Users

PROCEEDINGS PF THE HUMAN CONFLICTS WITH WILDLIFE: ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS CONFERENCE — 2001
CORMORANT DEPREDATION LOSSES AND THEIR PREVENTION AT CATFISH FARMS: ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS

AQUACULTURE ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT — 2001
A translog demand model for inherited traits in aquacultured catfish

MAFES RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS — 2001
Economic Comparison of NWAC-103 and Normal Channel Catfish Strain

BULLETIN — 2001
Impact of Diuron Usage on the Mississippi Catfish Industry

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 2000
Desarrollo de tecnologias de acuacultura semi-intensiva en Honduras

THE CATFISH JOURNAL — 1999
Management of Off-Flavor with Copper Sulfate

AQUACULTURE ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT — 1998
Economic analysis of overwinter feeding regimens for channel catfish (lctalurus punctatus)

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 1996
Social, economic, and institutional impacts of aquacultural research on tilapia

THE ICLARM (INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR LIVING AQUATIC RESOURCES MANAGEMENT) QUARTERLY — 1996
A Global Experiment on Tilapia Aquaculture: Impacts of the Pond Dynamics / Aquaculture Collaborative Support Research Program as a Development Intervention

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 1996
SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND INSTITUTIONAL IMPACTS OF AOUACULTURAL RESEARCH ON TILAPIA

AQUACULTURE RESEARCH — 1995
The economic impact of feeding restrictions on US catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque), aquaculture operations

JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE IN THE TROPICS — 1995
Family-Scale Fish Farming in Guatemala, Part II – Economic Viability

JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE IN THE TROPICS — 1995
FAMILY-SCALE FISH FARMING IN GUATEMALA, PART I: OUTREACH STRATEGIES AND PRODUCTION PRACTICES

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 1994
Development of semi-intensive aquaculture technologies in Honduras

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON TILAPIA IN AQUACULTURE — 1988
Development of Appropriate Pond Management Techniques for Use by Rural Rwandan Farmers

SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS — 1986
Effects of selected tax policies on management and growth of a catfish enterprise

ALABAMA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION — 1983
Effects of production and credit management factors on catfish and investment and profitability

Contact

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Auburn University, AL 36849
334-844-9207