2016, Volume 64, Issue C
- 1-8 New modes of fisheries governance: Implementation of the landing obligation in four European countries
by de Vos, B.I. & Döring, R. & Aranda, M. & Buisman, F.C. & Frangoudes, K. & Goti, L. & Macher, C. & Maravelias, C.D. & Murillas-Maza, A. & van der Valk, O. & Vasilakopoulos, P.
- 9-15 Landing the blame: The influence of EU Member States on quota setting
by Carpenter, Griffin & Kleinjans, Richard & Villasante, Sebastian & O’Leary, Bethan C.
- 16-23 Fishers sharing real-time information about “bad” fishing locations. A tool for quota optimisation under a regime of landing obligations
by Eliasen, Søren Qvist & Bichel, Nikolaj
- 24-30 Marine protected areas and fisheries restricted areas in the Mediterranean: assessing “actual” marine biodiversity protection coverage at multiple scales
by Rodríguez-Rodríguez, David & Rodríguez, J. & Abdul Malak, D. & Nastasi, A. & Hernández, P.
- 31-37 A holistic framework for identifying human wellbeing indicators for marine policy
by Biedenweg, Kelly & Stiles, Kari & Wellman, Katharine
- 38-45 Pink sea fans (Eunicella verrucosa) as indicators of the spatial efficacy of Marine Protected Areas in southwest UK coastal waters
by Pikesley, Stephen K. & Godley, Brendan J. & Latham, Holly & Richardson, Peter B. & Robson, Laura M. & Solandt, Jean-Luc & Trundle, Colin & Wood, Chris & Witt, Matthew J.
- 46-54 Fishing selectivity as an instrument to reach management objectives in an ecosystem approach to fisheries
by Fauconnet, Laurence & Rochet, Marie-Joëlle
- 55-63 Optimal multispecies harvesting in the presence of a nuisance species
by Kasperski, Stephen
- 64-71 The EU landing obligation and European small-scale fisheries: What are the odds for success?
by Veiga, Pedro & Pita, Cristina & Rangel, Mafalda & Gonçalves, Jorge M.S. & Campos, Aida & Fernandes, Paul G. & Sala, Antonello & Virgili, Massimo & Lucchetti, Alessandro & Brčić, Jure & Villasante, Sebastian & Ballesteros, Marta A. & Chapela, Rosa & Santiago, José L. & Agnarsson, Sveinn & Ögmundarson, Ólafur & Erzini, Karim
- 72-81 An index to assess maritime importance in the European Atlantic economy
by Fernández-Macho, Javier & González, Pilar & Virto, Jorge
- 82-90 The EU restrictive trade measures against IUU fishing
by Leroy, Antonia & Galletti, Florence & Chaboud, Christian
- 91-101 Assessing public “participation” in environmental decision-making: Lessons learned from the UK Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) site selection process
by De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 102-115 Evaluating seafood eco-labeling as a mechanism to reduce collateral impacts of fisheries in an ecosystem-based fisheries management context
by Selden, Rebecca L. & Valencia, Sarah R. & Larsen, Ashley E. & Cornejo-Donoso, Jorge & Wasserman, Amanda A.
- 116-122 Maritime piracy confrontations across the globe: Can crew action shape the outcomes?
by Lewis, Justin S.
- 123-134 Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping: Is it time to consider market-based measures?
by Shi, Yubing
- 135-147 An integrated model for marine fishery management in the Pearl River Estuary: Linking socio-economic systems and ecosystems
by Wang, Ying & Hu, Jianfeng & Pan, Haoran & Li, Shiyu & Failler, Pierre
- 148-155 Costs and benefits to European shipping of ballast-water and hull-fouling treatment: Impacts of native and non-indigenous species
by Fernandes, Jose A. & Santos, Lionel & Vance, Thomas & Fileman, Tim & Smith, David & Bishop, John D.D. & Viard, Frédérique & Queirós, Ana M. & Merino, Gorka & Buisman, Erik & Austen, Melanie C.
- 156-158 Has the value of global marine and coastal ecosystem services changed?
by Pendleton, Linwood H. & Thébaud, Olivier & Mongruel, Rémi C. & Levrel, Harold
- 159-167 Organizing coordination in a public marine research and management advice organization: The case of the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research
by Wenzel, Bertolt
- 168-173 Actions speak louder than words: Tournament angling as an avenue to promote best practice for pelagic shark fishing
by Heard, Matthew & Sutton, Stephen & Rogers, Paul & Huveneers, Charlie
2016, Volume 63, Issue C
- 1-7 Fishing in deep waters: The development of a deep-sea fishing coastal fleet in Norway
by Standal, Dag & Sønvisen, Signe Annie & Asche, Frank
- 8-17 Towards an ecosystem-based approach of Guam's coral reefs: The human dimension
by Weijerman, Mariska & Grace-McCaskey, Cynthia & Grafeld, Shanna L. & Kotowicz, Dawn M. & Oleson, Kirsten L.L. & van Putten, Ingrid E.
- 18-27 Adventures in cross-disciplinary studies: Grand strategy and fisheries management
by Bailey, Jennifer
- 28-34 ‘Rational use’ in Antarctic waters
by Jacquet, Jennifer & Blood-Patterson, Eli & Brooks, Cassandra & Ainley, David
- 35-44 Using kernel density estimation to explore habitat use by seabirds at a marine renewable wave energy test facility
by Lees, Kirsty J. & Guerin, Andrew J. & Masden, Elizabeth A.
- 45-52 Implications of new economic policy instruments for tuna management in the Western and Central Pacific
by Yeeting, Agnes D. & Bush, Simon R. & Ram-Bidesi, Vina & Bailey, Megan
- 53-60 Canada at a crossroad: The imperative for realigning ocean policy with ocean science
by Bailey, Megan & Favaro, Brett & Otto, Sarah P. & Charles, Anthony & Devillers, Rodolphe & Metaxas, Anna & Tyedmers, Peter & Ban, Natalie C. & Mason, Taylor & Hoover, Carie & Duck, Thomas J. & Fanning, Lucia & Milley, Chris & Cisneros-Montemayor, Andrés M. & Pauly, Daniel & Cheung, William W.L. & Cullis-Suzuki, Sarika & Teh, Louise & Sumaila, U. Rashid
- 61-80 Service vessel activity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico in support of the oil and gas industry using AIS data, 2009–2010
by Kaiser, Mark J.
- 81-91 Enhancing small-scale fisheries management through community engagement and multi-community partnerships: Comoros case study
by Freed, Sarah & Dujon, Veronica & Granek, Elise F. & Mouhhidine, Jaffar
- 92-99 Catch me if you can: Non-compliance of limpet protection in the Azores
by Diogo, Hugo & Gil Pereira, João & Schmiing, Mara
- 100-108 Visitors' awareness of ICZM and WTP for beach preservation in four European Mediterranean regions
by Marzetti, S. & Disegna, M. & Koutrakis, E. & Sapounidis, A. & Marin, V. & Martino, S. & Roussel, S. & Rey-Valette, H. & Paoli, C.
- 109-117 The challenges of local governance: Gear-based fragmentation in the Dominican fishery of Buen Hombre
by Cox, Michael & Wilson, Margaret & Pavlowich, Tyler
- 118-125 The opportunity to regulate domestic fishery subsidies through international agreements
by Chou, Yi & Ou, Ching-Hsiewn
- 126-134 Establishing a legal research agenda for ocean energy
by Wright, Glen & O’Hagan, Anne Marie & de Groot, Jiska & Leroy, Yannick & Soininen, Niko & Salcido, Rachael & Castelos, Montserrat Abad & Jude, Simon & Rochette, Julien & Kerr, Sandy
- 135-143 Zoning for a multiple-use marine protected area using spatial multi-criteria analysis: The case of the Sheik Seid Marine National Park in Eritrea
by Habtemariam, Bereket Tesfamariam & Fang, Qinhua
- 144-152 Valuing the health benefits of physical activities in the marine environment and their importance for marine spatial planning
by Papathanasopoulou, Eleni & White, Mathew P. & Hattam, Caroline & Lannin, Aisling & Harvey, Andrea & Spencer, Anne
- 153-157 A precautionary approach to fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean: Policy, science, and China
by Pan, Min & Huntington, Henry P.
- 158-165 The Channel ecosystem, a cross-roads of anthropogenic pressures and scientific studies: Lessons learned from the European INTERREG IV projects (2009–2015)
by Evariste, Emmanuelle & Claquin, Pascal & Robin, Jean-Paul & Auber, Arnaud & McQuatters-Gollop, Abigail & Dauvin, Jean-Claude
- 166-171 Upgrading and exploitation in the fishing industry: Contributions of value chain analysis
by Hamilton-Hart, Natasha & Stringer, Christina
- 172-179 The effects of fisheries management on the Icelandic demersal fish value chain
by Knútsson, Ögmundur & Kristófersson, Daði Már & Gestsson, Helgi
- 180-183 New Zealand׳s quota management system – incoherent and conflicted
by Torkington, Barry
- 184-190 Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: Different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America
by Fabinyi, Michael
- 191-197 Value chain upgrading: Evidence from the Singaporean aquaculture industry
by Lim, Guanie
- 198-205 Green market for small people: Markets and opportunities for upgrading in small-scale fisheries in Indonesia
by Adhuri, Dedi Supriadi & Rachmawati, Laksmi & Sofyanto, Hirmen & Hamilton-Hart, Natasha
- 206-212 Upgrading or unhelpful? Defiant corporate support for a marine protected area
by Burmester, Brent
2015, Volume 62, Issue C
- 1-8 Harbour divestiture in Canada: Implications of changing governance
by Walker, Tony R. & Bernier, Meagan & Blotnicky, Brenden & Golden, Peter G. & Hoffman, Emma & Janes, Jeffrey & Kader, Allison & Kovacs-Da Costa, Rachel & Pettipas, Shauna & Vermeulen, Sarah
- 9-17 Using common-pool resource design principles to assess the viability of community-based fisheries co-management systems in American Samoa and Hawai’i
by Levine, Arielle & Richmond, Laurie
- 18-24 Estimating the economic damages from the Penglai 19-3 oil spill to the Yantai fisheries in the Bohai Sea of northeast China
by Pan, Guangchen & Qiu, Shengyao & Liu, Xin & Hu, Xiaoke
- 25-36 Compensating victims of a European Deepwater Horizon accident: OPOL revisited
by Faure, Michael & Wang, Hui
- 37-50 Notions of justice held by stakeholders of the Newfoundland fishery
by Kahmann, Birte & Stumpf, Klara Helene & Baumgärtner, Stefan
- 51-62 Hana Pa'a: Challenges and lessons for early phases of co-management
by Vaughan, Mehana Blaich & Caldwell, Margaret R.
- 63-73 Strategies and tactics of tuna fishers in the payao (anchored FAD) fishery from general Santos city, Philippines
by Macusi, Edison D. & Babaran, Ricardo P. & van Zwieten, P.A.M.
- 74-81 Hidden in plain sight: Using optimum yield as a policy framework to operationalize ecosystem-based fisheries management
by Patrick, Wesley S. & Link, Jason S.
- 82-93 Commercial scale invertebrate fisheries enhancement in Australia: Experiences, challenges and opportunities
by Hart, Anthony M.
- 94-101 A comparison of marine spatial planning approaches in China: Marine functional zoning and the marine ecological red line
by Lu, Wen-Hai & Liu, Jie & Xiang, Xian-Quan & Song, Wei-Ling & McIlgorm, Alistair
- 102-115 Understanding socio-ecological drivers of spatial allocation choice in a multi-species artisanal fishery: A Bayesian network modeling approach
by Naranjo-Madrigal, Helven & van Putten, Ingrid & Norman-López, Ana
- 116-124 Building an indigenous evidence-base for tribally-led habitat conservation policies
by Gadamus, Lily & Raymond-Yakoubian, Julie & Ashenfelter, Roy & Ahmasuk, Austin & Metcalf, Vera & Noongwook, George
- 125-133 Seeing shellfish from the seashore: The importance of values and place in perceptions of aquaculture and marine social–ecological system interactions
by Murray, Grant & D’Anna, Linda
- 134-143 The need for fine-scale assessment of trawl fishing effort to inform on an ecosystem approach to fisheries: Exploring three data sources in Mediterranean trawling grounds
by Demestre, Montserrat & Muntadas, Alba & de Juan, Silvia & Mitilineou, Chryssi & Sartor, Paolo & Mas, Julio & Kavadas, Stefanos & Martín, Javier
- 144-152 The socio-economic effects of a Marine Protected Area on the ecosystem service of leisure and recreation
by Rees, Siân E. & Mangi, Stephen C. & Hattam, Caroline & Gall, Sarah C. & Rodwell, Lynda D. & Peckett, Frankie J. & Attrill, Martin J.
- 153-160 The marine industrial competitiveness of blue economic regions in China
by Yan, Xiao & Yan, Liang & Yao, Xi-Long & Liao, Ming
- 161-168 Navigating the evolution of marine policy in Panama: Current policies and community responses in the Pearl Islands and Bocas del Toro Archipelagos of Panama
by Spalding, Ana K. & Suman, Daniel O. & Mellado, Maria Eugenia
- 169-177 Second-guessing uncertainty: Scenario planning for management of the Indian Ocean tuna purse seine fishery
by Davies, Tim K. & Mees, Chris C. & Milner-Gulland, E.J.
- 178-185 ITQ markets with administrative costs: An application to the industrial common sardine and anchovy fishery in Chile
by Salgado, Hugo & Chávez, Carlos A. & Miller, Montserrat & Stranlund, John K.
- 186-195 Linking ecological condition to enforcement of marine protected area regulations in the greater Caribbean region
by Kaplan, Katherine A. & Ahmadia, Gabby N. & Fox, Helen & Glew, Louise & Pomeranz, Emily F. & Sullivan, Patrick
- 196-202 An ecosystem approach to small-scale co-managed fisheries: The yellow clam fishery in Uruguay
by Gianelli, Ignacio & Martínez, Gastón & Defeo, Omar
- 203-212 Modeling expert judgment to assess cost-effectiveness of EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive programs of measures
by Kontogianni, A. & Tourkolias, C. & Damigos, D. & Skourtos, M. & Zanou, B.
- 213-217 Into the scrap iron business: Transaction costs for fleet sustainability in Norway
by Standal, Dag & Sønvisen, Signe Annie
- 218-223 Incorporating the visibility of coastal energy infrastructure into multi-criteria siting decisions
by Griffin, Robert & Chaumont, Nicolas & Denu, Douglas & Guerry, Anne & Kim, Choong-Ki & Ruckelshaus, Mary
- 224-232 Decentralising: The implementation of regionalisation and co-management under the post-2013 Common Fisheries Policy
by Eliasen, Søren Q. & Hegland, Troels J. & Raakjær, Jesper
- 233-243 Bidding and performance in multiple unit combinatorial fishery quota auctions: Role of information feedbacks
by Iftekhar, Md Sayed & Tisdell, John G.
- 244-251 Reaping the reef: Provisioning services from coral reefs in Solomon Islands
by Albert, Joelle A. & Olds, Andrew D. & Albert, Simon & Cruz-Trinidad, Annabelle & Schwarz, Anne-Maree
- 252-260 From adoption to implementation? An academic perspective on Sustainable Fisheries Management in a developing country
by Espinoza-Tenorio, Alejandro & Espejel, Ileana & Wolff, Matthias
- 261-263 Beyond PRISMA: Systematic reviews to inform marine science and policy
by O’Leary, Bethan C. & Bayliss, Helen R. & Haddaway, Neal R.
- 264-270 Barriers of voyaging on the Northern Sea Route: A perspective from shipping Companies
by Lee, Taedong & Kim, Hyun Jung
- 271-278 Killing sharks: The media’s role in public and political response to fatal human–shark interactions
by McCagh, Christine & Sneddon, Joanne & Blache, Dominque
- 279-288 Fisheries as a way of life: Gendered livelihoods, identities and perspectives of artisanal fisheries in eastern Brazil
by Santos, Anna N.
- 289-293 Productivity change in commercial fisheries: An introduction to the special issue
by Walden, John & Fissel, Ben & Squires, Dale & Vestergaard, Niels
- 294-301 Measuring changes in multi-factor productivity in U.S. catch share fisheries
by Thunberg, Eric & Walden, John & Agar, Juan & Felthoven, Ron & Harley, Abigail & Kasperski, Stephen & Lee, Jean & Lee, Todd & Mamula, Aaron & Stephen, Jessica & Strelcheck, Andy
- 302-308 Measuring Productivity in a Shared Stock Fishery: A Case Study of the Hawaii Longline Fishery
by Pan, Minling & Walden, John
- 309-317 Productivity growth, catchability, stock assessments, and optimum renewable resource use
by Squires, Dale & Vestergaard, Niels
- 318-325 Productivity change and fleet restructuring after transition to individual transferable quota management
by Färe, Rolf & Grosskopf, Shawna & Walden, John
- 326-336 Multifactor productivity, environmental change, and regulatory impacts in the U.S. West Coast groundfish trawl fishery, 1994–2013
by Mamula, Aaron & Collier, Trevor
- 337-346 Decomposing productivity and efficiency changes in the Alaska head and gut factory trawl fleet
by Fissel, Benjamin E. & Felthoven, Ronald G. & Kasperski, Stephen & O’Donnell, Christopher
- 347-357 IFQs and total factor productivity changes: The case of the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery
by Solís, Daniel & Agar, Juan J. & del Corral, Julio
2015, Volume 61, Issue C
- 1-7 Participative multi-criteria decision analysis in marine management and conservation: Research progress and the challenge of integrating value judgments and uncertainty
by Estévez, Rodrigo A. & Gelcich, Stefan
- 8-15 Marine spatial planning in the Middle East: Crossing the policy-planning divide
by Portman, M.E.
- 16-22 Perceptions of fishers and developers on the co-location of offshore wind farms and decapod fisheries in the UK
by Hooper, Tara & Ashley, Matthew & Austen, Melanie
- 23-32 Enhance and advance: The benefits of recruitment enhancement in the case of the Iranian Kutum Fishery
by Alaei Borujeni, Pezhman & Steinshamn, Stein Ivar & Mortazavi, Sayed Abolghasem & Salehi, Hasan
- 33-38 SEAS-ERA: An overarching effort to coordinate marine research policies across Europe
by Morales-Nin, Beatriz & Albaigés, Joan
- 39-45 Flexibility in temporary fisheries closure legislation is required to maximise success
by Gnanalingam, Gaya & Hepburn, Chris
- 46-53 Portugal's legal regime on marine spatial planning and management of the national maritime space
by Becker-Weinberg, Vasco
- 54-65 Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 and the Chinese seafarers: How far is China to ratification?
by Zhang, Pengfei & Zhao, Minghua
- 66-76 Stated preferences for size and bag limits of Alaska charter boat anglers
by Lew, Daniel K. & Larson, Douglas M.
- 77-86 Government support and profitability effects – Vietnamese offshore fisheries
by Duy, Nguyen Ngoc & Flaaten, Ola & Long, Le Kim
- 87-94 The seafood market in Portugal: Driving forces and consequences
by Almeida, Cheila & Karadzic, Vanja & Vaz, Sofia
- 95-102 Using threat maps for cost-effective prioritization of actions to conserve coastal habitats
by Giakoumi, Sylvaine & Brown, Christopher J. & Katsanevakis, Stelios & Saunders, Megan I. & Possingham, Hugh P.
- 103-112 Fishing for floating marine litter in SE Bay of Biscay: Review and feasibility study
by Basurko, Oihane C. & Gabiña, Gorka & Andrés, Marga & Rubio, Anna & Uriarte, Ainhize & Krug, Iñigo
- 113-120 Saving the critically endangered Chinese white dolphin in Taiwan: Debate regarding the designation of an MPA
by Liu, Ta-Kang & Huang, Hsiao-Yin & Hsu, Shao-Liang
- 121-126 Review of shark legislation in Canada as a conservation tool
by Sybersma, Stacie
- 127-133 Fishing for common ground: Investigations of the impact of trawling on ancient shipwreck sites uncovers a potential for management synergy
by Krumholz, Jason S. & Brennan, Michael L.
- 134-148 Advancing marine biodiversity protection through regional fisheries management: A review of bottom fisheries closures in areas beyond national jurisdiction
by Wright, Glen & Ardron, Jeff & Gjerde, Kristina & Currie, Duncan & Rochette, Julien
- 149-154 Economic evaluation of vessel traffic service (VTS): A contingent valuation study
by Lee, Gunwoo & Kim, Soo-Yeob & Lee, Min-Kyu
- 155-163 Marine ecosystem services: Perceptions of indispensability and pathways to engaging citizens in their sustainable use
by Blasiak, Robert & Yagi, Nobuyuki & Kurokura, Hisashi & Ichikawa, Kaoru & Wakita, Kazumi & Mori, Aimee
- 164-170 Human dignity: A fundamental guiding value for a human rights approach to fisheries?
by Song, Andrew M.
- 171-178 Allocation of fishing possibilities, incentives and outcomes: Insights from Basque fishermen's organisations in Spain
by Aranda, Martin & Murillas, Arantza
- 179-186 Acceptance of the international compensation regime for tanker oil pollution – And its implications for China
by Dong, Bingying & Zhu, Ling & Li, Kevin & Luo, Meifeng
- 187-195 Daily variation of fishing effort and ex-vessel prices in a western Mediterranean multi-species fishery: Implications for sustainable management
by Samy-Kamal, Mohamed & Forcada, Aitor & Sánchez Lizaso, José Luis
- 196-206 Challenges in implementing sustainable marine spatial planning: The new Portuguese legal framework case
by Frazão Santos, Catarina & Orbach, Michael & Calado, Helena & Andrade, Francisco
- 207-215 The Icelandic pelagic sector and its development under an ITQ management system
by Saevaldsson, Hordur & Gunnlaugsson, Stefan B.
- 216-226 Participant perceptions of consensus-based, marine mammal take reduction planning
by McDonald, Sara L. & Rigling-Gallagher, Deborah
- 227-236 Valuing unfamiliar Mediterranean deep-sea ecosystems using visual Q-methodology
by Zanoli, Raffaele & Carlesi, Lorenzo & Danovaro, Roberto & Mandolesi, Serena & Naspetti, Simona
- 237-248 The fisheries of Oman: A situation analysis
by Belwal, Rakesh & Belwal, Shweta & Al Jabri, Omar
- 249-263 Managing catch of marine megafauna: Guidelines for setting limit reference points
by Curtis, K. Alexandra & Moore, Jeffrey E. & Boyd, Charlotte & Dillingham, Peter W. & Lewison, Rebecca L. & Taylor, Barbara L. & James, Kelsey C.
- 264-272 Success in heading north?: South Korea's master plan for Arctic policy
by Kim, Hyun Jung
- 273-283 Shrimp aquaculture as a vehicle for Climate Compatible Development in Sri Lanka. The case of Puttalam Lagoon
by Harkes, I.H.T. & Drengstig, A. & Kumara, M.P. & Jayasinghe, J.M.P.K. & Huxham, M.
- 284-290 The Guinea-Bissau–Senegal maritime boundary dispute
by Okafor-Yarwood, Ifesinachi
- 291-302 Making modelling count - increasing the contribution of shelf-seas community and ecosystem models to policy development and management
by Hyder, Kieran & Rossberg, Axel G. & Allen, J. Icarus & Austen, Melanie C. & Barciela, Rosa M. & Bannister, Hayley J. & Blackwell, Paul G. & Blanchard, Julia L. & Burrows, Michael T. & Defriez, Emma & Dorrington, Tarquin & Edwards, Karen P. & Garcia-Carreras, Bernardo & Heath, Michael R. & Hembury, Deborah J. & Heymans, Johanna J. & Holt, Jason & Houle, Jennifer E. & Jennings, Simon & Mackinson, Steve & Malcolm, Stephen J. & McPike, Ruaraidh & Mee, Laurence & Mills, David K. & Montgomery, Caron & Pearson, Dean & Pinnegar, John K. & Pollicino, Marilena & Popova, Ekaterina E. & Rae, Louise & Rogers, Stuart I. & Speirs, Douglas & Spence, Michael A. & Thorpe, Robert & Turner, R. Kerry & van der Molen, Johan & Yool, Andrew & Paterson, David M.
- 303-312 Neoliberalism and the politics of enclosure in North American small-scale fisheries
by Pinkerton, Evelyn & Davis, Reade
- 313-322 Fisheries privatization, social transitions, and well-being in Kodiak, Alaska
by Carothers, Courtney
- 323-330 ‘All in’: Snow crab, capitalization, and the future of small-scale fisheries in Newfoundland
by Davis, Reade
- 331-338 Losing ground: The marginalization of the St. Lawrence eel Fisheries in Québec, Canada
by Doyon, Sabrina
- 339-346 Power and perspective: Fisheries and the ocean commons beset by demands of development
by Pomeroy, Caroline & Hall-Arber, Madeleine & Conway, Flaxen
- 347-355 Foregone harvests and neoliberal policies: Creating opportunities for rural, small-scale, community-based fisheries in southern Alaskan coastal villages
by Langdon, Steve J.
- 356-365 Impacts of neoliberal policies on non-market fishing economies on the Yukon River, Alaska
by Jenkins, David
- 366-375 Neoliberal and neo-communal herring fisheries in Southeast Alaska: Reframing sustainability in marine ecosystems
by Thornton, Thomas F. & Hebert, Jamie
- 376-389 From unjust uneconomic growth to sustainable fisheries in Newfoundland: The true costs of closing the inshore fishery for groundfish
by Sabau, Gabriela & van Zyll de Jong, Michael
- 390-400 Governing enclosure for coastal communities: Social embeddedness in a Canadian shrimp fishery
by Foley, Paul & Mather, Charles & Neis, Barbara
- 401-409 Tipping the scale away from privatization and toward community-based fisheries: Policy and market alternatives in New England
by Tolley, B. & Hall-Arber, M.
- 410-419 The role of moral economy in two British Columbia fisheries: Confronting neoliberal policies
by Pinkerton, Evelyn
- 420-429 Accounting for neoliberalism: “Social drivers” in environmental management
by Breslow, Sara Jo
2015, Volume 60, Issue C
- 1-8 Can co-management emerge spontaneously? Collaborative management in Sri Lankan shrimp aquaculture
by Galappaththi, Eranga K. & Berkes, Fikret
- 9-19 Regional oceans governance mechanisms: A review
by Rochette, Julien & Billé, Raphaël & Molenaar, Erik J. & Drankier, Petra & Chabason, Lucien
- 20-26 Fisheries management, the ecosystem approach, regionalisation and the elephants in the room
by van Hoof, Luc
- 27-39 Identifying substandard vessels through Port State Control inspections: A new methodology for Concentrated Inspection Campaigns
by Cariou, Pierre & Wolff, Francois-Charles
- 40-48 Bargaining a net gain compensation agreement between a marine renewable energy developer and a marine protected area manager
by Kyriazi, Zacharoula & Lejano, Raul & Maes, Frank & Degraer, Steven
- 49-61 Measuring the maritime economy: Spain in the European Atlantic Arc
by Fernández-Macho, Javier & Murillas, Arantza & Ansuategi, Alberto & Escapa, Marta & Gallastegui, Carmen & González, Pilar & Prellezo, Raul & Virto, Jorge
- 62-69 Eco-touristic snorkelling routes at Marinha beach (Algarve): Environmental education and human impacts
by Rangel, M.O. & Pita, C.B. & Gonçalves, J.M.S. & Oliveira, F. & Costa, C. & Erzini, K.
- 70-83 Endangered, essential and exploited: How extant laws are not enough to protect marine megafauna in Madagascar
by Humber, Frances & Andriamahefazafy, Mialy & Godley, Brendan John & Broderick, Annette Cameron
- 84-97 Establishing a marine conservation baseline for the insular Caribbean
by Knowles, John E. & Doyle, Emma & Schill, Steven R. & Roth, Lynnette M. & Milam, Amy & Raber, George T.
- 98-106 Analysis of the determinants of international seafood trade using a gravity model
by Natale, Fabrizio & Borrello, Alessandra & Motova, Arina
- 107-118 A proactive approach for maritime safety policy making for the Gulf of Finland: Seeking best practices
by Haapasaari, Päivi & Helle, Inari & Lehikoinen, Annukka & Lappalainen, Jouni & Kuikka, Sakari
- 119-127 Using compliance data to improve marine protected area management
by Read, Andrew D. & West, Ronald J. & Kelaher, Brendan P.
- 128-133 Public awareness of the economic potential and threats to sharks of a tropical oceanic archipelago in the western South Atlantic
by Garla, Ricardo C. & Freitas, Renato H.A. & Calado, Janaina F. & Paterno, Gustavo B.C. & Carvalho, Adriana R.
- 134-140 “A Different Kettle of Fish”: Mental health strategies for Australian fishers, and farmers
by King, Tanya & Kilpatrick, Sue & Willis, Karen & Speldewinde, Christopher
- 141-148 Having the cake and eating it too: To manage or own the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone
by Tiller, Rachel & Nyman, Elizabeth
- 149-161 Media representations of risk: The reporting of dredge spoil disposal in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park at Abbot Point
by Lankester, Ally J. & Bohensky, Erin & Newlands, Maxine
- 162-170 A method to measure enforcement effort in shipping with incomplete information
by Ji, Xichen & Brinkhuis, Jan & Knapp, Sabine
- 171-177 Community based fishery management within the Menai Bay conservation area: A survey of the resource user
by Colbert-Sangree, Nathanial & Suter, Jordan F.
- 178-181 Bio-logging as marine scientific research under the law of the sea: A commentary responding to James Kraska, Guillermo Ortuño Crespo, David W. Johnston, bio-logging of marine migratory species in the law of the sea, Marine Policy 51 (2015) 394–400
by McLaughlin, Richard J.
- 186-196 The price of fish: A global trade analysis of Patagonian (Dissostichus eleginoides) and Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni)☆
by Grilly, Emily & Reid, Keith & Lenel, Sarah & Jabour, Julia
- 197-201 What are the major global threats and impacts in marine environments? Investigating the contours of a shared perception among marine scientists from the bottom-up
by Boonstra, W.J. & Ottosen, K.M. & Ferreira, A.S.A. & Richter, A. & Rogers, L.A. & Pedersen, M.W. & Kokkalis, A. & Bardarson, H. & Bonanomi, S. & Butler, W. & Diekert, F.K. & Fouzai, N. & Holma, M. & Holt, R.E. & Kvile, K.Ø. & Malanski, E. & Macdonald, J.I. & Nieminen, E. & Romagnoni, G. & Snickars, M. & Weigel, B. & Woods, P. & Yletyinen, J. & Whittington, J.D
- 202-207 Validating RAPFISH sustainability indicators: Focus on multi-disciplinary aspects of Indian marine fisheries
by Suresha Adiga, M. & Ananthan, P.S. & Ramasubramanian, V. & Divya Kumari, H.V.
- 208-215 Towards a new’fisheries crime’ paradigm: South Africa as an illustrative example
by de Coning, Eve & Witbooi, Emma
- 216-224 Marine reserve establishment and on-going management costs: A case study from New Zealand
by Rojas-Nazar, U.A. & Cullen, R. & Gardner, J.P.A. & Bell, J.J.
- 225-239 Status of international monitoring and management of abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear and ghost fishing
by Gilman, Eric
- 240-248 Canada's Pacific groundfish trawl habitat agreement: A global first in an ecosystem approach to bottom trawl impacts
by Wallace, Scott & Turris, Bruce & Driscoll, John & Bodtker, Karin & Mose, Brian & Munro, Gordon
- 249-258 The status of marine and coastal ecosystem-based management among the network of U.S. federal programs
by Dell’Apa, Andrea & Fullerton, Adam & Schwing, Franklin & Brady, Margaret M.
- 259-271 Co-managing public research in Australian fisheries through convergence–divergence processes
by Dentoni, Domenico & Klerkx, Laurens
- 272-279 Permanent trawl fishery closures in the Mediterranean Sea: An effective management strategy?
by Pranovi, Fabio & Monti, Marco Anelli & Caccin, Alberto & Brigolin, Daniele & Zucchetta, Matteo
- 280-286 Adaptation in a time of stress: A social-ecological perspective on changing fishing strategies in the Canadian snow crab fishery
by Murray, Grant D. & Ings, Danny
- 293-299 Networks of capital: Reframing knowledge in the Namibian hake fishery
by Draper, Kelsey
- 300-308 The fire and the eye: Fishers knowledge, echo-sounding and the invention of the skipper in the St. Helena Bay pelagic fishery ca. 1930–1960
by van Sittert, Lance
- 309-317 Tracks, trawls and lines—Knowledge practices of skippers in the Namibian hake fisheries
by Paterson, Barbara
- 318-324 Tracking the movement of fish: Skippers׳ logbooks and contestations over ways of knowing the sea
by Anderson, Tarryn-Anne
- 325-330 Being heard: Thinking through different versions of rationality, epistemological policing and dissonances in marine conservation
by Rogerson, Jennifer J.M.
- 331-337 Defiance and obedience: Regulatory compliance among artisanal fishers in St Helena Bay
by Schultz, Oliver J.
- 338-344 The militarisation of marine resource conservation and law enforcement in the Western Cape, South Africa
by Norton, Marieke
- 345-352 Fisheries science, Parliament and fishers׳ knowledge in South Africa: An attempt at scholarly diplomacy
by Green, Lesley
2015, Volume 59, Issue C
- 1-8 Recognizing the role of women in supporting marine stewardship in the Pacific Islands
by Ram-Bidesi, Vina
- 9-15 The declining impact of piracy on maritime transport in the Indian Ocean: Statistical analysis of 5-year vessel tracking data
by Vespe, Michele & Greidanus, Harm & Alvarez, Marlene Alvarez
- 16-31 Use and misuse of CITES as a management tool for commercially-exploited aquatic species
by Cochrane, Kevern
- 32-43 A risk based approach to non-native species management and biosecurity planning
by Shucksmith, Rachel J & Shelmerdine, Richard L
- 44-52 Livelihood strategies in a marine extractive reserve: Implications for conservation interventions
by Santos, Anna N. & Brannstrom, Christian
- 53-60 Offshore installations, decommissioning and artificial reefs: Do current legal frameworks best serve the marine environment?
by Techera, Erika J. & Chandler, John
- 64-76 Designing a marine protected areas network in a data-limited situation
by Cabral, Reniel B. & Mamauag, Samuel S. & Aliño, Porfirio M.
- 77-84 Learning from the systematic approach to aquaculture zoning in South Australia: A case study of aquaculture (Zones – Lower Eyre Peninsula) Policy 2013
by Lauer, Peter & López, Lambertus & Sloan, Emmanuelle & Sloan, Sean & Doroudi, Mehdi
- 85-93 Economic gains from introducing international ITQs—The case of the mackerel and herring fisheries in the Northeast Atlantic
by Thøgersen, Thomas & Eigaard, Ole Ritzau & Fitzpatrick, Mike & Mardle, Simon & Andersen, Jesper Levring & Haraldsson, Gunnar
- 94-104 Optimising fisheries management in relation to tuna catches in the western central Pacific Ocean: A review of research priorities and opportunities
by Evans, K. & Young, J.W. & Nicol, S. & Kolody, D. & Allain, V. & Bell, J. & Brown, J.N. & Ganachaud, A. & Hobday, A.J. & Hunt, B. & Innes, J. & Gupta, A. Sen & van Sebille, E. & Kloser, R. & Patterson, T. & Singh, A.
- 105-111 Making progress towards integration of existing sampling activities to establish Joint Monitoring Programmes in support of the MSFD
by Shephard, Samuel & van Hal, Ralf & de Boois, Ingeborg & Birchenough, Silvana N.R. & Foden, Jo & O’Connor, Joey & Geelhoed, Steve C.V. & Van Hoey, Gert & Marco-Rius, Francisco & Reid, David G. & Schaber, Matthias
- 112-120 Can citizen science contribute to the evidence-base that underpins marine policy?
by Hyder, Kieran & Townhill, Bryony & Anderson, Lucy G. & Delany, Jane & Pinnegar, John K.
- 121-133 Ballast water management in Canada: A historical perspective and implications for the future
by Scriven, Danielle R. & DiBacco, Claudio & Locke, Andrea & Therriault, Thomas W.
2015, Volume 58, Issue C
- 1-5 Spatial issues in Arctic marine resource governance workshop summary and comment
by Kaiser, Brooks A. & Bakanev, Sergey & Bertelsen, Rasmus Gjedsø & Carson, Marcus & Eide, Arne & Fernandez, Linda & Halpin, Patrick & Izmalkov, Sergei & Kyhn, Line A. & Österblom, Henrik & Punt, Maarten & Ravn-Jonsen, Lars & Sanchirico, James & Sokolov, Konstantin & Sundet, Jan H. & Thorarinsdóttir, Gudrun G. & Vestergaard, Niels
- 6-14 Measures of fishing fleet diversity in the New England groundfish fishery
by Thunberg, Eric M. & Correia, Steven J.
- 15-27 Ecosystem benefits from coastal habitats—A three-country choice experiment
by Kosenius, Anna-Kaisa & Markku, Ollikainen
- 28-35 The incentives of a resource owner: Evidence from a private oyster fishery
by Eagling, Lawrence E. & Ashton, Elizabeth C. & Eagle, Josh
- 36-41 CITES-listings, EU eel trade bans and the increase of export of tropical eels out of Indonesia
by Nijman, Vincent
- 42-50 Dynamic ocean management: Defining and conceptualizing real-time management of the ocean
by Maxwell, Sara M. & Hazen, Elliott L. & Lewison, Rebecca L. & Dunn, Daniel C. & Bailey, Helen & Bograd, Steven J. & Briscoe, Dana K. & Fossette, Sabrina & Hobday, Alistair J. & Bennett, Meredith & Benson, Scott & Caldwell, Margaret R. & Costa, Daniel P. & Dewar, Heidi & Eguchi, Tomo & Hazen, Lucie & Kohin, Suzanne & Sippel, Tim & Crowder, Larry B.
- 51-59 An approach for analyzing the spatial welfare and distributional effects of ocean wind power siting: The Rhode Island/Massachusetts area of mutual interest
by Hoagland, P. & Dalton, T.M. & Jin, D. & Dwyer, J.B.
- 60-70 Lessons learned from an ecosystem-based management approach to restoration of a California estuary
by Wasson, Kerstin & Suarez, Becky & Akhavan, Antonia & McCarthy, Erin & Kildow, Judith & Johnson, Kenneth S. & Fountain, Monique C. & Woolfolk, Andrea & Silberstein, Mark & Pendleton, Linwood & Feliz, Dave
- 71-77 Advancing marine cumulative effects mapping: An update in Canada’s Pacific waters
by Clarke Murray, Cathryn & Agbayani, Selina & Alidina, Hussein M. & Ban, Natalie C.
- 78-87 Is the catch quota management (CQM) mechanism attractive to fishers? A preliminary analysis of the Danish 2011 CQM trial project
by Msomphora, Mbachi Ruth & Aanesen, Margrethe
- 88-97 Attitudes and perceptions of fishermen on the island of Ireland towards the development of marine renewable energy projects
by Reilly, Kieran & O’Hagan, Anne Marie & Dalton, Gordon
- 98-107 Youth and the sea: Ocean literacy in Nova Scotia, Canada
by Guest, Haley & Lotze, Heike K. & Wallace, Douglas
- 108-115 Cost benefit of fishery-independent surveys: Are they worth the money?
by Dennis, Darren & Plagányi, Éva & Van Putten, Ingrid & Hutton, Trevor & Pascoe, Sean
- 116-124 Transforming shark hazard policy: Learning from ocean-users and shark encounter in Western Australia
by Gibbs, Leah & Warren, Andrew
2015, Volume 57, Issue C
- 1-8 Australia׳s Oceans Policy: Past, present and future
by Vince, Joanna & Smith, Anthony D.M. & Sainsbury, Keith. J. & Cresswell, Ian David & Smith, David C. & Haward, Marcus
- 9-17 Deep waters: Lessons from community meetings about offshore wind resource development in the U.S
by Hall, Damon M. & Lazarus, Eli D.
- 18-20 Balloon effects reshaping global fisheries
by Blasiak, Robert
- 21-26 Citizen science and the power of public participation in marine spatial planning
by Jarvis, Rebecca M. & Bollard Breen, Barbara & Krägeloh, Christian U. & Billington, D. Rex