2015, Volume 57, Issue C
- 27-35 Corporate-cooperative management of fisheries: A potential alternative governance structure for low value small fisheries?
by Coglan, Louisa & Pascoe, Sean
- 36-44 A feasibility assessment of the application of the Polluter-Pays Principle to ship-source pollution in Hong Kong
by Zhu, Ling & Zhao, Ya Chao
- 45-52 Communicating about marine disease: The effects of message frames on policy support
by McComas, Katherine A. & Schuldt, Jonathon P. & Burge, Colleen A. & Roh, Sungjong
- 53-60 Key principles of marine ecosystem-based management
by Long, Rachel D. & Charles, Anthony & Stephenson, Robert L.
- 61-68 Ocean grabbing
by Bennett, Nathan James & Govan, Hugh & Satterfield, Terre
- 69-77 Indigenous knowledge in the beach seine fisheries in Sri Lanka: An indispensable factor in community-based fisheries management
by Deepananda, K.H.M. Ashoka & Amarasinghe, Upali S. & Jayasinghe-Mudalige, Udith K.
- 78-84 Expanding coastal urban and industrial seascape in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: Critical need for coordinated planning and policy
by Waltham, Nathan J & Sheaves, Marcus
- 85-92 On the perceptions and conceptions of tourists with regard to global environmental changes and their consequences for coastal and marine environments: A case study of the northern São Paulo State coast, Brazil
by Ghilardi-Lopes, Natalia Pirani & Turra, Alexander & Buckeridge, Marcos S. & Silva, Amanda Cristina & Berchez, Flávio Augusto de Souza & de Oliveira, Valéria Marques
- 93-102 A stakeholder analysis of U.S. marine aquaculture partnerships
by Siddiki, Saba & Goel, Shilpi
- 103-110 US catch share markets: a review of data availability and impediments to transparent markets
by Holland, Daniel S. & Thunberg, Eric & Agar, Juan & Crosson, Scott & Demarest, Chad & Kasperski, Stephen & Perruso, Larry & Steiner, Erin & Stephen, Jessica & Strelcheck, Andy & Travis, Mike
- 111-119 Quota swapping, relative stability, and transparency
by Hoefnagel, Ellen & de Vos, Birgit & Buisman, Erik
- 120-131 Casting a net to better understand fisheries management: An affiliation network analysis of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission
by Mulvaney, Kate K. & Lee, Seungyoon & Höök, Tomas O. & Prokopy, Linda S.
- 132-146 Offshore Service Vessel activity forecast and regulatory modeling in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, 2012–2017
by Kaiser, Mark J.
- 147-157 The development of marine biotechnology in Oman: Potential for capacity building through open innovation
by Al-Belushi, Kawther I.A. & Stead, Selina M. & Burgess, J. Grant
- 158-166 Evaluating the basic elements of transparency of regional fisheries management organizations
by Clark, Nichola A. & Ardron, Jeff A. & Pendleton, Linwood H.
- 167-177 Cooperation and the emergence of maritime clusters in the Atlantic: Analysis and implications of innovation and human capital for blue growth
by Pinto, Hugo & Cruz, Ana Rita & Combe, Colin
- 178-181 Incorporating carbon footprints into seafood sustainability certification and eco-labels
by Madin, Elizabeth M.P. & Macreadie, Peter I.
- 182-192 A climate-informed, ecosystem approach to fisheries management
by Heenan, Adel & Pomeroy, Robert & Bell, Johann & Munday, Philip L. & Cheung, William & Logan, Cheryl & Brainard, Russell & Yang Amri, Affendi & Aliño, Porfirio & Armada, Nygiel & David, Laura & Rivera-Guieb, Rebecca & Green, Stuart & Jompa, Jamaluddin & Leonardo, Teresa & Mamauag, Samuel & Parker, Britt & Shackeroff, Janna & Yasin, Zulfigar
2015, Volume 56, Issue C
- 1-8 Assessing the impact of a new approach to ocean management: Evidence to date from five ocean plans
by Blau, Jason & Green, Lee
- 9-15 Compliance of bag net fishery of Maharashtra coast, India with Article 7 of the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries
by Kumawat, Tarachand & Shenoy, Latha & Chakraborty, Sushant K. & Deshmukh, Vinay D. & Raje, Sadashiv G.
- 16-22 Governance structures and sustainability in Indian Ocean sea cucumber fisheries
by Eriksson, Hampus & Conand, Chantal & Lovatelli, Alessandro & Muthiga, Nyawira A. & Purcell, Steven W.
- 23-32 Ecological considerations in constructing marine infrastructure: The Falmouth cruise terminal development, Jamaica
by Korbee, Dorien & Mol, Arthur P.J. & van Tatenhove, Jan P.M.
- 33-42 Evaluating the management effectiveness of marine protected areas at seven selected sites in the Philippines
by Tupper, Mark & Asif, Furqan & Garces, Len R. & Pido, Michael D.
- 43-47 Increased knowledge about sharks increases public concern about their conservation
by O’Bryhim, Jason R. & Parsons, E.C.M.
- 48-55 Is integrated coastal management an effective framework for promoting coastal sustainability in China’s coastal cities?
by Ye, Guanqiong & Chou, Loke Ming & Yang, Shengyun & Wu, Jiaping & Liu, Pei & Jin, Changwei
- 56-60 Further action on bycatch could boost United States fisheries performance
by Pelc, Robin A. & Max, Lisa M. & Norden, Wendy & Roberts, Santi & Silverstein, Rachel & Wilding, Sam R.
- 61-70 Social perceptions of Colombian small-scale marine fisheries conflicts: Insights for management
by Saavedra-Díaz, Lina M. & Rosenberg, Andrew A. & Martín-López, Berta
- 71-77 Factors affecting local permit ownership in Bristol Bay
by Apgar-Kurtz, Breena
- 78-85 An assessment of the effectiveness of in-situ signage in multiple-use marine protected areas in providing information to different recreational users
by Martin, Carol L. & Momtaz, Salim & Jordan, Alan & Moltschaniwskyj, Natalie A.
- 86-97 Is Europe ready for a results-based approach to fisheries management? The voice of stakeholders
by Santiago, Jose L. & Ballesteros, Marta A. & Chapela, Rosa & Silva, Cristina & Nielsen, Kåre N. & Rangel, Mafalda & Erzini, Karim & Wise, Laura & Campos, Aida & Borges, Maria F. & Sala, Antonello & Virgili, Massimo & Viðarsson, Jónas R. & Baudron, Alan & Fernandes, Paul G.
- 98-105 Optimising the use of nearshore fish aggregating devices for food security in the Pacific Islands
by Bell, Johann D. & Albert, Joelle & Andréfouët, Serge & Andrew, Neil L. & Blanc, Michel & Bright, Philip & Brogan, Deidre & Campbell, Brooke & Govan, Hugh & Hampton, John & Hanich, Quentin & Harley, Shelton & Jorari, Arthur & Lincoln Smith, Marcus & Pontifex, Scott & Sharp, Michael K. & Sokimi, William & Webb, Arthur
- 106-116 Chinese public policy on fisheries subsidies: Reconciling trade, environmental and food security stakes
by He, Juan
- 117-124 The use of ecosystem services valuation in Australian coastal zone management
by Marre, Jean-Baptiste & Thebaud, Olivier & Pascoe, Sean & Jennings, Sarah & Boncoeur, Jean & Coglan, Louisa
2015, Volume 55, Issue C
- 1-10 Catch-quota balancing mechanisms in the Icelandic multi-species demersal fishery: Are all species equal?
by Woods, Pamela J. & Bouchard, Caroline & Holland, Daniel S. & Punt, André E. & Marteinsdóttir, Guðrun
- 11-22 Efficiency of the New Zealand annual catch entitlement market
by Stewart, James & Leaver, Jonathan
- 23-32 Identifying marine pelagic ecosystem management objectives and indicators
by Trenkel, Verena M. & Hintzen, Niels T. & Farnsworth, Keith D. & Olesen, Christian & Reid, David & Rindorf, Anna & Shephard, Samuel & Dickey-Collas, Mark
- 33-38 The escape of fish from Norwegian fish farms: Causes, risks and the influence of organisational aspects
by Thorvaldsen, Trine & Holmen, Ingunn M. & Moe, Helene K.
- 39-46 RETRACTED: Towards a new ‘fisheries crime’ paradigm: Challenges and opportunities with reference to South Africa as an illustrative African example
by Witbooi, Emma
- 47-56 Transitional measures to combine two global ocean dumping treaties into a single treaty
by Hong, Gi Hoon & Lee, Young Joo
- 57-63 Network Governance from the top – The case of ecosystem-based coastal and marine management
by Sandström, Annica & Bodin, Örjan & Crona, Beatrice
- 64-72 Contesting the social contracts underpinning fisheries—Lessons from Norway, Iceland and Greenland
by Holm, Petter & Raakjær, Jesper & Becker Jacobsen, Rikke & Henriksen, Edgar
- 73-80 Integrating different approaches in the definition of biological stocks: A northern Australian multi-jurisdictional fisheries example using grey mackerel, Scomberomorus semifasciatus
by Welch, David J. & Newman, Stephen J. & Buckworth, Rik C. & Ovenden, Jennifer R. & Broderick, Damien & Lester, Robert J.G. & Gribble, Neil A. & Ballagh, Aaron C. & Charters, Robbie A. & Stapley, Jason & Street, Raewyn & Garrett, Rod N. & Begg, Gavin A.
- 81-89 From cannery to culinary luxury: The evolution of the global geoduck market
by Shamshak, Gina Louise & King, Jonathan R.
- 90-101 Institutional analysis, allocation of liabilities and third-party enforcement via courts: The case of the Prestige oil spill
by Caballero-Miguez, Gonzalo & Fernández-González, Raquel
- 102-115 A GIS modelling framework to evaluate marine spatial planning scenarios: Co-location of offshore wind farms and aquaculture in the German EEZ
by Gimpel, Antje & Stelzenmüller, Vanessa & Grote, Britta & Buck, Bela H. & Floeter, Jens & Núñez-Riboni, Ismael & Pogoda, Bernadette & Temming, Axel
2015, Volume 54, Issue C
- 1-9 The “Discard Ban Package”: Experiences in efforts to improve the exploitation patterns in Norwegian fisheries
by Gullestad, P. & Blom, G. & Bakke, G. & Bogstad, B.
- 10-16 1983–2013: Development of marine protected areas along the French Mediterranean coasts and perspectives for achievement of the Aichi target
by Meinesz, Alexandre & Blanfuné, Aurélie
- 17-25 Teasing out the detail: How our understanding of marine AIS data can better inform industries, developments, and planning
by Shelmerdine, Richard L.
- 26-35 Dose of truth—Monitoring marine non-indigenous species to serve legislative requirements
by Lehtiniemi, Maiju & Ojaveer, Henn & David, Matej & Galil, Bella & Gollasch, Stephan & McKenzie, Cynthia & Minchin, Dan & Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna & Olenin, Sergej & Pederson, Judith
- 36-43 Who should set the total allowable catch? Social preferences and legitimacy in fisheries management institutions
by Parés, Claudio & Dresdner, Jorge & Salgado, Hugo
- 44-51 The EU legal framework for the management of marine complex social–ecological systems
by Bigagli, Emanuele
- 52-58 Scuba Diving Tourism System: A framework for collaborative management and sustainability
by Dimmock, Kay & Musa, Ghazali
- 59-68 Towards a sustainability management system for smaller ports
by Kuznetsov, Andrei & Dinwoodie, John & Gibbs, David & Sansom, Mark & Knowles, Harriet
- 69-76 Are Caribbean MPAs making progress toward their goals and objectives?
by Dalton, Tracey & Forrester, Graham & Pollnac, Richard
- 77-85 Fishing access agreements and harvesting decisions of host and distant water fishing nations
by Nichols, Rachel & Yamazaki, Satoshi & Jennings, Sarah & Watson, Reg A.
- 86-97 Global patterns in the bycatch of sharks and rays
by Oliver, Shelby & Braccini, Matias & Newman, Stephen J. & Harvey, Euan S.
- 98-107 Using stakeholder engagement to inform endangered species management and improve conservation
by Sawchuk, Jennifer Heibult & Beaudreau, Anne H. & Tonnes, Daniel & Fluharty, David
- 108-117 The business management of the Chilean salmon farming industry
by Little, Cedric & Felzensztein, Christian & Gimmon, Eli & Muñoz, Pablo
- 118-121 Issues at the fore in the land of Magnuson and Stevens: A summary of the 14th Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries
by Kuriyama, Peter T. & Siple, Margaret C. & Hodgson, Emma E. & Phillips, Elizabeth M. & Burden, Merrick & Fluharty, David & Punt, André E. & Essington, Timothy E. & Henderschedt, John & Armstrong, David A.
- 122-129 Timing exclusion and communicating time: A spatial analysis of participation failure in an Indonesian MPA
by Tam, Chui-Ling
- 130-136 “Us” and “them”. Fishermen from Gandía and the loss of institutional legitimacy
by Herrera-Racionero, Paloma & Lizcano-Fernández, Emmánuel & Miret-Pastor, Lluís
- 137-142 The geopolitical dimension of maritime security
by Germond, Basil
2015, Volume 53, Issue C
- 1-4 The European Integrated Maritime Policy: The next five years
by Fritz, Jan-Stefan & Hanus, John
- 5-6 A rejoinder to Shiffman et al., Trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction: A way forward building on a history of conservation
by Schratwieser, Jason
- 7-12 The 800-Pound Grouper in the Room: Asymptotic Body Size and Invasiveness of Marine Aquarium Fishes
by Holmberg, Robert J. & Tlusty, Michael F. & Futoma, Elizabeth & Kaufman, Les & Morris, James A. & Rhyne, Andrew L.
- 13-20 The pace and progress of adaptation: Marine climate change preparedness in Australia׳s coastal communities
by Bradley, Michael & van Putten, Ingrid & Sheaves, Marcus
- 21-26 Collective symbolic capital and sustainability: Governing fishing communities in a knowledge economy
by Macías Vázquez, Alfredo & Alonso González, Pablo
- 27-32 Fishery self-governance in fishing communities of South Korea
by Lee, Sang-Go & Rahimi Midani, Amaj
- 33-44 Discards composition from Iberian trawl fleets
by Cláudia Fernandes, Ana & Pérez, Nélida & Prista, Nuno & Santos, Juan & Azevedo, Manuela
- 45-53 A global map to aid the identification and screening of critical habitat for marine industries
by Martin, C.S. & Tolley, M.J. & Farmer, E. & Mcowen, C.J. & Geffert, J.L. & Scharlemann, J.P.W. & Thomas, H.L. & van Bochove, J.H. & Stanwell-Smith, D. & Hutton, J.M. & Lascelles, B. & Pilgrim, J.D. & Ekstrom, J.M.M. & Tittensor, D.P.
- 54-66 Adaptive management, international co-operation and planning for marine conservation hotspots in a changing climate
by Gormley, Kate S.G. & Hull, Angela D. & Porter, Joanne S. & Bell, Michael C. & Sanderson, William G.
- 67-82 Rethinking marine infrastructure policy and practice: Insights from three large-scale marina developments in Seattle
by Wilson, A. Meriwether W. & Mugerauer, Robert & Klinger, Terrie
- 83-93 Multi-criteria decision-making for fisheries management: A case study of Mediterranean demersal fisheries
by Rossetto, Marisa & Bitetto, Isabella & Spedicato, Maria Teresa & Lembo, Giuseppe & Gambino, Monica & Accadia, Paolo & Melià, Paco
- 94-100 Feedback switching and the evolution of U.S. coastal management
by Burroughs, Richard
- 101-110 Gauging perceptions of ocean acidification in Alaska
by Frisch, L.C. & Mathis, J.T. & Kettle, N.P. & Trainor, S.F.
- 111-122 Selecting and assessing social objectives for Australian fisheries management
by Brooks, Kate & Schirmer, Jacki & Pascoe, Sean & Triantafillos, Lianos & Jebreen, Eddie & Cannard, Toni & Dichmont, Cathy M.
- 123-130 Tragedy of the unwanted commons: Governing the marine debris in Taiwan’s oyster farming
by Liu, Ta-Kang & Kao, Jui-Chuang & Chen, Ping
- 131-140 Engaging the public in climate change-related pro-environmental behaviors to protect coral reefs: The role of public trust in the management agency
by Wynveen, Christopher J. & Sutton, Stephen G.
- 141-148 Gear liberalization in the Northeast Arctic cod fisheries – Implications for sustainability, efficiency and legitimacy
by Standal, Dag & Annie Sønvisen, Signe
- 149-158 A quantitative and qualitative assessment of the discard ban in European Mediterranean waters
by García-Rivera, Santiago & Sánchez Lizaso, Jose Luis & Bellido Millán, Jose María
- 159-164 What is maritime security?
by Bueger, Christian
- 165-170 Are world fisheries a global panarchy?
by Jacques, Peter J.
- 171-179 Power sharing in fisheries co-management in Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam
by Ho, Nga Thi Thanh & Ross, Helen & Coutts, Jeffrey
- 180-187 Towards a standard nomenclature for seafood species to promote more sustainable seafood trade in South Africa
by Barendse, Jaco & Francis, Junaid
- 188-197 Vessel buybacks in fisheries: The role of auction and financing structures
by Graff Zivin, Joshua & Mullins, Jamie
- 198-212 Whither the U.S. National Ocean Policy Implementation Plan?
by Torres, H. & Muller-Karger, F. & Keys, D. & Thornton, H. & Luther, M. & Alsharif, K.
- 213-214 A letter of clarification from the authors of “trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction”
by Shiffman, D.S. & Gallagher, A.J. & Wester, J. & Macdonald, C.C. & Thaler, A.D. & Cooke, S.J. & Hammerschlag, N.
- 215-226 Own-price elasticity of open access supply as a long-run measure of fish stock abundance
by B. Rudders, David & Ward, John M.
2015, Volume 52, Issue C
- 1-10 Is there coherence in the European Union’s strategy to guarantee the supply of fish products from abroad?
by Mulazzani, Luca & Malorgio, Giulio
- 11-18 Balancing extractive and non-extractive uses in marine conservation plans
by Ruiz-Frau, Ana & Kaiser, Michel J. & Edwards-Jones, Gareth & Klein, Carissa J. & Segan, Daniel & Possingham, Hugh P.
- 19-25 Development of a responsive fisheries management system for the Portuguese crustacean bottom trawl fishery: Lessons learnt
by Silva, Cristina & Mendes, Hugo & Rangel, Mafalda & Wise, Laura & Erzini, Karim & de Fátima Borges, Maria & Ballesteros, Marta & Luis Santiago, Jose & Campos, Aida & Viðarsson, Jonas & Nielsen, Kåre N.
- 26-32 Adaptive capacity of co-management systems in the face of environmental change: The soft-shell clam fishery and invasive green crabs in Maine
by McClenachan, Loren & O’Connor, Grace & Reynolds, Travis
- 33-37 The status of artisanal fishing in El Salvador
by Campbell, Michael
- 38-44 Overcoming barriers to knowledge exchange for adaptive resource management; the perspectives of Australian marine scientists
by Cvitanovic, C. & Hobday, A.J. & van Kerkhoff, L. & Marshall, N.A.
- 45-51 The phycotoxins׳ impact on the revenue of the Portuguese artisanal dredge fleet
by Oliveira, M.M. & Camanho, A.S. & Gaspar, M.B.
- 52-58 Impacts of hegemony and shifts in dominance on marine capture fisheries
by Blasiak, Robert & Yagi, Nobuyuki & Kurokura, Hisashi
- 59-67 Successful local marine conservation requires appropriate educational methods and adequate enforcement
by Watson, G.J. & Murray, J.M. & Schaefer, M. & Bonner, A.
- 68-76 Considering social values in the seafood sector using the Q-method
by MacDonald, Patricia A. & Murray, Grant & Patterson, Michele
- 77-84 Marine governance in an industrialised ocean: A case study of the emerging marine renewable energy industry
by Wright, Glen
- 85-92 Stubborn fuel tax concessions: The case of fisheries in Norway
by Isaksen, John R. & Hermansen, Øystein & Flaaten, Ola
- 93-102 ‘It׳s part of me’; understanding the values, images and principles of coastal users and their influence on the social acceptability of MPAs
by Voyer, Michelle & Gollan, Natalie & Barclay, Kate & Gladstone, William
- 103-107 Precious corals become more precious in the northwestern pacific: Urgent need for integrated policy
by Chang, Shui-Kai
- 108-115 Rights and ownership in sea country: implications of marine renewable energy for indigenous and local communities
by Kerr, Sandy & Colton, John & Johnson, Kate & Wright, Glen
- 116-124 Valuing coastal water quality: Adelaide, South Australia metropolitan area
by Hatton MacDonald, Darla & Ardeshiri, Ali & Rose, John M. & Russell, Bayden D. & Connell, Sean D.
- 125-137 Tradable permit programs: What are the lessons for the new Alaska halibut catch sharing plan?
by Call, Isabel L. & Lew, Daniel K.
- 138-144 Community attitudes towards environmental conservation behaviour: An empirical investigation within MPAs, Malaysia
by Masud, Muhammad Mehedi & Kari, Fatimah Binti
- 145-154 Sustained competitive advantage based on high quality input
by Nilssen, Jon & Bertheussen, Bernt Arne & Dreyer, Bent
- 155-162 The interaction triangle as a tool for understanding stakeholder interactions in marine ecosystem based management
by Röckmann, Christine & van Leeuwen, Judith & Goldsborough, David & Kraan, Marloes & Piet, Gerjan
- 163-171 Coastal livelihood vulnerability to marine resource degradation: A review of the Indonesian national coastal and marine policy framework
by Ferrol-Schulte, Daniella & Gorris, Philipp & Baitoningsih, Wasistini & Adhuri, Dedi S. & Ferse, Sebastian C.A.
2015, Volume 51, Issue C
- 1-12 A network approach to migratory whale conservation: Are MPAs the way forward or do all roads lead to the IMO?
by Geijer, Christina K.A. & Jones, Peter J.S.
- 13-20 Mismatch between biological, exploitation, and governance scales and ineffective management of sea urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) fisheries in Galicia
by Ouréns, Rosana & Naya, Inés & Freire, Juan
- 21-30 An economic analysis of the Portuguese fisheries sector 1960–2011
by Bjørndal, Trond & Lappo, Alena & Ramos, Jorge
- 31-39 Marine conservation challenges in an era of economic crisis and geopolitical instability: The case of the Mediterranean Sea
by Katsanevakis, Stelios & Levin, Noam & Coll, Marta & Giakoumi, Sylvaine & Shkedi, Daniel & Mackelworth, Peter & Levy, Ran & Velegrakis, Adonis & Koutsoubas, Drosos & Caric, Hrvoje & Brokovich, Eran & Öztürk, Bayram & Kark, Salit
- 40-47 Social science as a vehicle to improve dolphin-swim tour operation compliance?
by Filby, Nicole E. & Stockin, Karen A. & Scarpaci, Carol
- 48-56 Towards a functional typology of small-scale fisheries co-management informed by stakeholder perceptions: A coral reef case study
by Brewer, T.D. & Moon, K.
- 57-65 The excessive complexity of national marine governance systems – Has this decreased in England since the introduction of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009?
by Boyes, Suzanne J. & Elliott, Michael
- 66-74 Shaping technology, building society; the industrialization of the Norwegian cod fisheries
by Standal, Dag & Hersoug, Bjørn
- 75-85 History, effort distribution and landings in an artisanal bottom longline fishery: An empirical study from the North Atlantic Ocean
by Diogo, Hugo & Pereira, João G. & Higgins, Ruth M. & Canha, Ângela & Reis, Dália
- 86-95 Evaluating conditions for transboundary Marine Spatial Planning: Challenges and opportunities on the island of Ireland
by Flannery, Wesley & O’Hagan, Anne Marie & O’Mahony, Cathal & Ritchie, Heather & Twomey, Sarah
- 96-102 The new mode of marine planning in the UK: Aspirations and challenges
by Scarff, Gavin & Fitzsimmons, Clare & Gray, Tim
- 103-110 Harvesters׳ perspectives on the management of British Columbia׳s giant red sea cucumber fishery
by O׳Regan, Sacha M.
- 111-118 Designing a framework for addressing bycatch problems in Brazilian small-scale trawl fisheries
by Guanais, José Hugo Gondim & Medeiros, Rodrigo Pereira & McConney, Patrick A.
- 119-127 Vessels, risks, and rules: Planning for safe shipping in Bering Strait
by Huntington, Henry P. & Daniel, Raychelle & Hartsig, Andrew & Harun, Kevin & Heiman, Marilyn & Meehan, Rosa & Noongwook, George & Pearson, Leslie & Prior-Parks, Melissa & Robards, Martin & Stetson, George
- 128-135 Why fish? Using entry-strategies to inform governance of the small-scale sector: A case-study in the Bijagós Archipelago (West Africa)
by Cross, Helen
- 136-147 Identification of important marine areas around the Japanese Archipelago: Establishment of a protocol for evaluating a broad area using ecologically and biologically significant areas selection criteria
by Yamakita, Takehisa & Yamamoto, Hiroyuki & Nakaoka, Masahiro & Yamano, Hiroya & Fujikura, Katsunori & Hidaka, Kiyotaka & Hirota, Yuichi & Ichikawa, Tadafumi & Kakehi, Shigeho & Kameda, Takahiko & Kitajima, Satoshi & Kogure, Kazuhiro & Komatsu, Teruhisa & Kumagai, Naoki H. & Miyamoto, Hiroomi & Miyashita, Kazushi & Morimoto, Haruyuki & Nakajima, Ryota & Nishida, Shuhei & Nishiuchi, Kou & Sakamoto, Shingo & Sano, Masayoshi & Sudo, Kenji & Sugisaki, Hiroya & Tadokoro, Kazuaki & Tanaka, Katsuhiko & Jintsu-Uchifune, Yoshie & Watanabe, Kentaro & Watanabe, Hiromi & Yara, Yumiko & Yotsukura, Norishige & Shirayama, Yoshihisa
- 148-150 The potential of trait-based approaches to contribute to marine conservation
by Stuart-Smith, Rick D. & Bates, Amanda E. & Lefcheck, Jonathan S. & Emmett Duffy, J. & Baker, Susan C. & Thomson, Russell J. & Stuart-Smith, Jemina F. & Hill, Nicole A. & Kininmonth, Stuart J. & Airoldi, Laura & Becerro, Mikel A. & Campbell, Stuart J. & Dawson, Terence P. & Navarrete, Sergio A. & Soler, German & Strain, Elisabeth M.A. & Willis, Trevor J. & Edgar, Graham J.
- 151-162 Assessing uncertainty associated with the monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas
by Stelzenmüller, Vanessa & Vega Fernández, Tomás & Cronin, Katherine & Röckmann, Christine & Pantazi, Maria & Vanaverbeke, Jan & Stamford, Tammy & Hostens, Kris & Pecceu, Ellen & Degraer, Steven & Buhl-Mortensen, Lene & Carlström, Julia & Galparsoro, Ibon & Johnson, Kate & Piwowarczyk, Joanna & Vassilopoulou, Vassiliki & Jak, Robbert & Louise Pace, Marie & van Hoof, Luc
- 163-168 The precautionary principle and its approach to risk analysis and quarantine related to the trade of marine ornamental fishes in Brazil
by Sampaio, Flavia D.F. & Freire Carolina, A. & Sampaio Tony Vinícius, M. & Vitule Jean, R.S. & Fávaro Luís, F.
- 169-172 Renewable energy developments in an uncertain world: The case of offshore wind and birds in the UK
by Masden, Elizabeth A. & McCluskie, Aly & Owen, Ellie & Langston, Rowena H.W.
- 173-181 Mapping inshore fisheries: Comparing observed and perceived distributions of pot fishing activity in Northumberland
by Turner, Rachel A. & Polunin, Nicholas V.C. & Stead, Selina M.
- 182-189 Finding solutions for the styrofoam buoy debris problem through participatory workshops
by Lee, Jongmyoung & Hong, Sunwook & Jang, Yong Chang & Lee, Mi Jeong & Kang, Daeseok & Shim, Won Joon
- 190-195 An economic approach to understanding the international transfer of bycatch from unilateral bycatch reduction policies
by Mukherjee, Zinnia
- 196-201 A reporting compliance of national Fisheries Authority of Papua New Guinea
by Brown, Alistair M.
- 202-210 Political lessons from early warnings: Marine finfish aquaculture conflicts in Europe
by Ertör, Irmak & Ortega-Cerdà, Miquel
- 211-219 Moving towards an ecosystem approach to fisheries management in the Coral Triangle region
by Pomeroy, Robert & Phang, Kevin Hiew Wai & Ramdass, K. & Saad, Jasmin Mohd & Lokani, Paul & Mayo-Anda, Grizelda & Lorenzo, Edward & Manero, Gidor & Maguad, Zhazha & Pido, Michael D. & Goby, Gilliam
- 220-229 Challenges facing local communities in Tanzania in realising locally-managed marine areas
by Katikiro, Robert E. & Macusi, Edison D. & Ashoka Deepananda, K.H.M.
- 230-237 An overall indicator for the good environmental status of marine waters based on commercially exploited species
by Froese, Rainer & Demirel, Nazli & Sampang, Arlene
- 238-241 Japan׳s whaling following the International Court of Justice ruling: Brave New World – Or business as usual?
by Clapham, Phillip J.
- 242-250 Strandings, bycatches and injuries of aquatic mammals in China, 2000–2006, as reviewed from official documents: A compelling argument for a nationwide strandings programme
by Wang, Yamin & Li, Wei & Van Waerebeek, Koen
- 251-259 Lessons from stakeholder dialogues on marine aquaculture in offshore wind farms: Perceived potentials, constraints and research gaps
by Wever, Lara & Krause, Gesche & Buck, Bela H.
- 260-266 Obtaining a social licence for MPAs – influences on social acceptability
by Voyer, Michelle & Gladstone, William & Goodall, Heather
- 267-280 Spatial and temporal assessment of potential risk to cetaceans from static fishing gears
by Brown, Susie L. & Reid, David & Rogan, Emer
- 281-292 Combining area closures with catch regulations in fisheries with spatio-temporal variation: Bio-economic implications for the North Sea saithe fishery
by Sarah, Simons Laura & Ralf, Döring & Axel, Temming
- 293-301 Taiwan and Japan: A complex fisheries relationship
by Yeh, Yun-Hu & Tseng, Huan-Sheng & Su, Dong-Taur & Ou, Ching-Hsiewn
- 302-304 Research into fisheries equity and fairness—addressing conservation burden concerns in transboundary fisheries
by Hanich, Quentin & Campbell, Brooke & Bailey, Megan & Molenaar, Erik
- 305-321 Implementation of European marine policy: New water quality targets for German Baltic waters
by Schernewski, Gerald & Friedland, Rene & Carstens, Marina & Hirt, Ulrike & Leujak, Wera & Nausch, Günther & Neumann, Thomas & Petenati, Thorkild & Sagert, Sigrid & Wasmund, Norbert & Weber, Mario von
- 322-330 Participatory indicators of sustainability for the salmon industry: The case of Chile
by O׳Ryan, Raúl & Pereira, Mauricio
- 331-338 The emerging politics of the Arctic Ocean. Future management of the living marine resources
by Wegge, Njord
- 339-346 Australian practice in respect of the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles
by Kaye, Stuart
- 347-355 Each fisherman is different: Taking the environmental perception of small-scale fishermen into account to manage marine protected areas
by Silva, Monalisa R.O. & Lopes, Priscila F.M.
- 356-365 Conservation of maritime cultural heritage: A discrete choice experiment in a European Atlantic Region
by Durán, Roi & Farizo, Begoña A. & Vázquez, María Xosé
- 366-374 How can discards in European fisheries be mitigated? Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of potential mitigation methods
by Sigurðardóttir, Sigríður & Stefánsdóttir, Elísabet Kemp & Condie, Harriet & Margeirsson, Sveinn & Catchpole, Thomas L. & Bellido, Jose M. & Eliasen, Søren Qvist & Goñi, Raquel & Madsen, Niels & Palialexis, Andreas & Uhlmann, Sebastian S. & Vassilopoulou, Vassiliki & Feekings, Jordan & Rochet, Marie-Joëlle
- 375-384 The regional management of fisheries in European Western Waters
by Le Floc’h, Pascal & Murillas, Arantza & Aranda, Martin & Daurès, Fabienne & Fitzpatrick, Mike & Guyader, Olivier & Hatcher, Aaron & Macher, Claire & Marchal, Paul
- 385-393 Ecosystem-based adaptation for improving coastal planning for sea-level rise: A systematic review for mangrove coasts
by Sierra-Correa, Paula Cristina & Cantera Kintz, Jaime Ricardo
- 394-400 Bio-logging of marine migratory species in the law of the sea
by Kraska, James & Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño & Johnston, David W.
- 401-407 Small-scale fishers’ adaptations to change: The role of formal and informal credit in Paraty, Brazil
by Emdad Haque, C. & Julián Idrobo, C. & Berkes, Fikret & Giesbrecht, Dale
- 408-414 Pacific Ocean observation programs: Gaps in ecological time series
by Koslow, J. Anthony & Couture, Jennifer
- 415-422 Under the banner of sustainability: The politics and prose of an emerging US federal seafood certification
by Stoll, Joshua S. & Johnson, Teresa R.
- 423-432 Biogeographic assessments: A framework for information synthesis in marine spatial planning
by Caldow, Chris & Monaco, Mark E. & Pittman, Simon J. & Kendall, Matthew S. & Goedeke, Theresa L. & Menza, Charles & Kinlan, Brian P. & Costa, Bryan M.
- 433-441 Re-defining co-management to facilitate small-scale fisheries reform: An illustration from northwest Mexico
by Finkbeiner, Elena M. & Basurto, Xavier
- 442-451 Results based management in fisheries: Delegating responsibility to resource users
by Nolde Nielsen, Kåre & Holm, Petter & Aschan, Michaela
- 452-464 Maximum economic yield of the western rock lobster fishery of Western Australia after moving from effort to quota control
by Caputi, Nick & de Lestang, Simon & Reid, Chris & Hesp, Alex & How, Jason
- 465-475 Key factors for successful management of marine protected areas: A comparison of stakeholders׳ perception of two MPAs in Weh island, Sabang, Aceh, Indonesia
by Kusumawati, Ika & Huang, Hsiang-Wen
- 476-485 Fishing for recognition: Understanding the use of NGO guidelines in fishery improvement projects
by Deighan, L.K. & Jenkins, L.D.
- 486-498 Governance fit for climate change in a Caribbean coastal-marine context
by Pittman, Jeremy & Armitage, Derek & Alexander, Steven & Campbell, Donovan & Alleyne, Marium
- 499-506 Individual and village-level effects on community support for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the Philippines
by Chaigneau, Tomas & Daw, Tim M.
- 507-511 Key steps for operationalizing social–ecological system framework research in small-scale fisheries: A heuristic conceptual approach
by Partelow, Stefan
- 512-526 Hurricane clean-up activity in the Gulf of Mexico, 2004–2013
by Kaiser, Mark J.
- 527-535 Evaluation of a programme of integrated coastal zone management: The Ecoplata Programme (Uruguay)
by Pérez-Cayeiro, María Luisa & Chica-Ruiz, Juan Adolfo
- 536-546 Status of the marine protected area network across the English channel (La Manche): Cross-country similarities and differences in MPA designation, management and monitoring
by Rodríguez-Rodríguez, D. & Rees, S. & Mannaerts, G. & Sciberras, M. & Pirie, C. & Black, G. & Aulert, C. & Sheehan, E.V. & Carrier, S. & Attrill, M.J.
- 547-554 What determines fishers’ knowledge of and attitudes towards regulations? A case study from the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
by Thomas, Alyssa S. & Milfont, Taciano L. & Gavin, Michael C.
- 555-562 Regional economic and environmental analysis as a decision support for marine spatial planning in Xiamen
by Huang, Wei & Corbett, James J. & Jin, Di
- 563-572 Work segmentation in the Norwegian salmon industry: The application of segmented labor market theory to work migrants on the island community of Frøya, Norway
by Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik & Hansen, Lillian & Richards, Russell & Strand, Hillevi
- 573-583 Angler perceptions of California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) depredation and marine policy in Southern California
by Cook, Taylor C. & James, Kira & Bearzi, Maddalena
- 584-591 Diversifying the use of tuna to improve food security and public health in Pacific Island countries and territories
by Bell, Johann D. & Allain, Valerie & Allison, Edward H. & Andréfouët, Serge & Andrew, Neil L. & Batty, Michael J. & Blanc, Michel & Dambacher, Jeffrey M. & Hampton, John & Hanich, Quentin & Harley, Shelton & Lorrain, Anne & McCoy, Michael & McTurk, Nicholas & Nicol, Simon & Pilling, Graham & Point, David & Sharp, Michael K. & Vivili, Paula & Williams, Peter
2014, Volume 50, Issue PB
- 323-324 Marine governance of European Seas: Introduction
by Raakjær, Jesper & van Tatenhove, Jan
- 325-330 Implementing the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: A policy perspective on regulatory, institutional and stakeholder impediments to effective implementation
by van Leeuwen, Judith & Raakjaer, Jesper & van Hoof, Luc & van Tatenhove, Jan & Long, Ronán & Ounanian, Kristen
- 331-338 ‘The Hare and the Tortoise’: Lessons from Baltic Sea and Mediterranean Sea governance
by Jouanneau, Charlène & Raakjær, Jesper
- 339-346 Sometimes you cannot make it on your own; drivers and scenarios for regional cooperation in implementing the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive
by van Hoof, Luc & Hendriksen, Astrid & Bloomfield, Helen J.
- 347-352 How to dance? The tango of stakeholder involvement in marine governance research
by Kraan, Marloes & Hendriksen, Astrid & van Hoof, Luc & van Leeuwen, Judith & Jouanneau, Charlène
- 353-363 Fishing for opinions: Stakeholder views on MSFD implementation in European Seas
by Hendriksen, Astrid & Jouanneau, Charlène & Koss, Rebecca & Raakjaer, Jesper
- 364-372 Regional cooperation for European seas: Governance models in support of the implementation of the MSFD
by van Tatenhove, Jan & Raakjaer, Jesper & van Leeuwen, Judith & van Hoof, Luc
- 373-381 Ecosystem-based marine management in European regional seas calls for nested governance structures and coordination—A policy brief
by Raakjaer, Jesper & Leeuwen, Judith van & Tatenhove, Jan van & Hadjimichael, Maria
2014, Volume 50, Issue PA
- 1-9 Regional marine spatial planning – The data collection and mapping process
by Shucksmith, Rachel & Gray, Lorraine & Kelly, Christina & Tweddle, Jacqueline F.
- 10-17 The implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: Shortcomings and limitations from the Spanish point of view
by Bellas, Juan
- 18-26 Assessing China׳s legislation on compensation for marine ecological damage: A case study of the Bohai oil spill
by Liu, Dan & Zhu, Ling
- 27-33 Data collection and mapping – Principles, processes and application in marine spatial planning
by Shucksmith, Rachel J. & Kelly, Christina
- 34-45 Sea basin maritime spatial planning: A case study of the Baltic Sea region and Poland
by Zaucha, Jacek
- 46-52 Impact of increasing market access on a tropical small-scale fishery
by Stevens, Kara & Irwin, Brian & Kramer, Daniel & Urquhart, Gerald
- 53-66 Developing regional locational guidance for wave and tidal energy in the Shetland Islands
by Tweddle, Jacqueline F. & Marengo, iLaria & Gray, Lorraine & Kelly, Christina & Shucksmith, Rachel
- 67-73 Primary prevention of fishing vessel disasters: Evaluation of a United States Coast Guard policy intervention
by Lucas, Devin L. & Kincl, Laurel D. & Bovbjerg, Viktor E. & Branscum, Adam J. & Lincoln, Jennifer M.
- 74-80 New Zealand׳s fisheries management system: Forced labour an ignored or overlooked dimension?
by Simmons, Glenn & Stringer, Christina
- 81-88 Dealing with Mediterranean bluefin tuna: A study in international environmental management
by Heffernan, Joseph Paul
- 89-95 Characterization of fisheries management in Yemen: A case study of a developing country׳s management regime
by Alabsi, Natheer & Komatsu, Teruhisa
- 96-110 From measuring outcomes to providing inputs: Governance, management, and local development for more effective marine protected areas
by Bennett, Nathan James & Dearden, Philip
- 111-116 Maritime Labour policy in China: Restructuring under the ILO׳s Maritime Labour Convention 2006
by Zhang, Pengfei & Zhao, Minghua
- 117-125 The inner workings of collaboration in marine ecosystem-based management: A social network analysis approach
by Smythe, Tiffany C. & Thompson, Robert & Garcia-Quijano, Carlos
- 126-134 Cold water coral reef management from an ecosystem service perspective
by Armstrong, Claire W. & Foley, Naomi S. & Kahui, Viktoria & Grehan, Anthony
- 135-141 Using secondary data to examine economic trends in a subset of sectors in the English marine economy: 2003–2011
by Morrissey, Karyn
- 142-150 Perceived impacts of climate change, coastal development and policy on oyster harvesting in the Southeastern United States
by Deason, Ginger & Seekamp, Erin & Barbieri, Carla