2014, Volume 50, Issue PA
- 151-161 Revealing marine cultural ecosystem services in the Black Sea
by Fletcher, Ruth & Baulcomb, Corinne & Hall, Clare & Hussain, Salman
- 162-170 Realization of high seas enforcement by non-flag states in WCPFC: A signal for enhanced cooperative enforcement in fisheries management
by Chen, Chung-Ling
- 171-177 Oil spill response in the Arctic: Norwegian experiences and future perspectives
by Knol, Maaike & Arbo, Peter
- 178-189 Rapid prioritization of marine ecosystem services and ecosystem indicators
by Werner, Sandra R. & Spurgeon, James P.G. & Isaksen, Gary H. & Smith, Joseph P. & Springer, Nina K. & Gettleson, David A. & N׳Guessan, Lucie & Dupont, Jennifer M.
- 190-196 Driving forces of the long-enduring institutional mechanism of Padu system in Negombo Lagoon, Sri Lanka
by Iwasaki, Shimpei
- 197-206 Is certification a viable option for small producer fish farmers in the global south? Insights from Vietnam
by Marschke, Melissa & Wilkings, Ann
- 207-214 The effect of discards and survival rate on the Maximum Sustainable Yield estimation based on landings or catches maximisation: Application to the nephrops fishery in the Bay of Biscay
by Guillen, Jordi & Macher, Claire & Merzéréaud, Mathieu & Fifas, Spyros & Guyader, Olivier
- 215-226 The development of ships׳ routeing measures in the Bering Strait: Lessons learned from the North Atlantic right whale to protect local whale populations
by Allen, Ainsley S.
- 227-237 China׳s marine economy and regional development
by Jiang, Xu-Zhao & Liu, Tie-Ying & Su, Chi-Wei
- 238-248 Measuring the multiregional economic contribution of an Alaska fishing fleet with linkages to international markets
by Waters, Edward C. & Seung, Chang K. & Hartley, Marcus L. & Dalton, Michael G.
- 249-260 Addressing environmental considerations for Marine Stewardship Council certification: A case study using lobsters
by Bellchambers, Lynda M. & Phillips, Bruce F. & Pérez-Ramírez, Mónica & Lozano-Álvarez, Enrique & Ley-Cooper, Kim & Vega-Velazquez, Armando
- 261-269 Deciphering contextual influences on local leadership in community-based fisheries management
by Sutton, Abigail M. & Rudd, Murray A.
- 270-279 An analysis of the structural changes in the offshore demersal hake (Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus) trawl fishery in South Africa
by Cooper, Rachel & Leiman, Anthony & Jarre, Astrid
- 280-289 Productivity growth and product choice in catch share fisheries: The case of Alaska pollock
by Torres, Marcelo de O. & Felthoven, Ronald G.
- 290-299 The changing role of NGOs in Mexican small-scale fisheries: From environmental conservation to multi-scale governance
by Espinosa-Romero, Maria J. & Rodriguez, Laura F. & Weaver, Amy Hudson & Villanueva-Aznar, Cristina & Torre, Jorge
- 300-308 Co-management in Europe: Insights from the gooseneck barnacle fishery in Asturias, Spain
by Rivera, Antonella & Gelcich, Stefan & García-Florez, Lucia & Alcázar, Jorge Luis & Acuña, José Luis
- 309-317 An assessment of sector separation on the Gulf of Mexico recreational red snapper fishery
by Doerpinghaus, J. & Hentrich, K. & Troup, M. & Stavrinaky, A. & Anderson, S.
- 318-322 Trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction: A way forward building on a history of conservation
by Shiffman, D.S. & Gallagher, A.J. & Wester, J. & Macdonald, C.C. & Thaler, A.D. & Cooke, S.J. & Hammerschlag, N.
2014, Volume 49, Issue C
- 1-11 EU–Mauritania fisheries partnership in need of more transparency
by Corten, Ad
- 12-19 Tragedy of the few? A political ecology perspective of the right to the sea: The Cyprus marine aquaculture sector
by Hadjimichael, Maria & Bruggeman, Adriana & Lange, Manfred A.
- 20-28 MPA regulations should incorporate adaptive management—The case of Gilbert Bay Labrador Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
by Morris, Corey J. & Green, John M.
- 29-36 Marine protected areas in a welfare-based perspective
by Reithe, Siv & Armstrong, Claire W. & Flaaten, Ola
- 37-47 The maintenance costs of marine natural capital: A case study from the initial assessment of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive in France
by Levrel, Harold & Jacob, Céline & Bailly, Denis & Charles, Mahe & Guyader, Olivier & Aoubid, Schéhérazade & Bas, Adeline & Cujus, Alexia & Frésard, Marjolaine & Girard, Sophie & Hay, Julien & Laurans, Yann & Paillet, Jérôme & Pérez Agúndez, José A. & Mongruel, Rémi
- 48-58 How sustainable is sustainable marine spatial planning? Part II – The Portuguese experience
by Frazão Santos, Catarina & Domingos, Tiago & Ferreira, Maria Adelaide & Orbach, Michael & Andrade, Francisco
- 59-65 How sustainable is sustainable marine spatial planning? Part I—Linking the concepts
by Frazão Santos, Catarina & Domingos, Tiago & Ferreira, Maria Adelaide & Orbach, Michael & Andrade, Francisco
- 66-72 Seabed mining: International Seabed Authority environmental management plan for the Clarion–Clipperton Zone. A partnership approach
by Lodge, Michael & Johnson, David & Le Gurun, Gwenaëlle & Wengler, Markus & Weaver, Phil & Gunn, Vikki
- 73-80 Conflicting goals in fisheries management—A study of the Norwegian cod fisheries
by Heen, Eirik Eriksen & Heen, Knut & Leung, PingSun
- 85-86 Charting pragmatic courses for global ocean governance
by Töpfer, Klaus & Tubiana, Laurence & Unger, Sebastian & Rochette, Julien
- 87-89 A Sustainable Development Goal for the Ocean and Coasts: Global ocean challenges benefit from regional initiatives supporting globally coordinated solutions
by Visbeck, Martin & Kronfeld-Goharani, Ulrike & Neumann, Barbara & Rickels, Wilfried & Schmidt, Jörn & van Doorn, Erik & Matz-Lück, Nele & Proelss, Alexander
- 90-97 Sustaining marine life beyond boundaries: Options for an implementing agreement for marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
by Druel, Elisabeth & Gjerde, Kristina M.
- 98-108 The sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity in ABNJ: What can be achieved using existing international agreements?
by Ardron, Jeff A. & Rayfuse, Rosemary & Gjerde, Kristina & Warner, Robin
- 109-117 The regional approach to the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction
by Rochette, Julien & Unger, Sebastian & Herr, Dorothée & Johnson, David & Nakamura, Takehiro & Packeiser, Tim & Proelss, Alexander & Visbeck, Martin & Wright, Andrew & Cebrian, Daniel
- 118-126 Identifying new pathways for ocean governance: The role of legal principles in areas beyond national jurisdiction
by Houghton, Katherine
- 127-136 Better integration of sectoral planning and management approaches for the interlinked ecology of the open oceans
by Ban, Natalie C. & Maxwell, Sara M. & Dunn, Daniel C. & Hobday, Alistair J. & Bax, Nicholas J. & Ardron, Jeff & Gjerde, Kristina M. & Game, Edward T. & Devillers, Rodolphe & Kaplan, David M. & Dunstan, Piers K. & Halpin, Patrick N. & Pressey, Robert L.
- 137-145 The Convention on Biological Diversity's Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas: Origins, development, and current status
by Dunn, Daniel C. & Ardron, Jeff & Bax, Nicholas & Bernal, Patricio & Cleary, Jesse & Cresswell, Ian & Donnelly, Ben & Dunstan, Piers & Gjerde, Kristina & Johnson, David & Kaschner, Kristin & Lascelles, Ben & Rice, Jake & von Nordheim, Henning & Wood, Louisa & Halpin, Patrick N.
- 146-154 A systematic approach towards the identification and protection of vulnerable marine ecosystems
by Ardron, Jeff A. & Clark, Malcolm R. & Penney, Andrew J. & Hourigan, Thomas F. & Rowden, Ashley A. & Dunstan, Piers K. & Watling, Les & Shank, Timothy M. & Tracey, Di M. & Dunn, Mathew R. & Parker, Steven J.
- 155-166 The impact of OSPAR on protected area management beyond national jurisdiction: Effective regional cooperation or a network of paper parks?
by Matz-Lück, Nele & Fuchs, Johannes
- 167-175 Can existing institutions protect biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction? Experiences from two on-going processes
by Freestone, David & Johnson, David & Ardron, Jeff & Morrison, Kate Killerlain & Unger, Sebastian
- 176-185 Fair and equitable sharing of benefits from the utilization of marine genetic resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction: Bridging the gaps between science and policy
by Broggiato, Arianna & Arnaud-Haond, Sophie & Chiarolla, Claudio & Greiber, Thomas
- 186-194 Cooperation and compliance control in areas beyond national jurisdiction
by Englender, Dorota & Kirschey, Jenny & Stöfen, Aleke & Zink, Andreas
2014, Volume 48, Issue C
- 1-13 Areas of importance for seabirds tracked from French southern territories, and recommendations for conservation
by Delord, Karine & Barbraud, Christophe & Bost, Charles-André & Deceuninck, Bernard & Lefebvre, Thierry & Lutz, Rose & Micol, Thierry & Phillips, Richard A. & Trathan, Phil N. & Weimerskirch, Henri
- 14-17 The use of a consequential perspective to upgrade the utility of Life Cycle Assessment for fishery managers and policy makers
by Vázquez-Rowe, Ian & Benetto, Enrico
- 18-20 Can fisheries management be quantified?
by Hentati-Sundberg, J. & Hjelm, J.
- 21-29 Zoning strategies for marine protected areas in Taiwan: Case study of Gueishan Island in Yilan County, Taiwan
by Lu, Shiau-Yun & Shen, Cheng-Han & Chiau, Wen-Yan
- 30-38 Why do fishermen discard? Distribution and quantification of the causes of discards in the Southern Bay of Biscay passive gear fisheries
by Morandeau, G. & Macher, C. & Sanchez, F. & Bru, N. & Fauconnet, L. & Caill-Milly, N.
- 39-50 View from the wheelhouse: Perceptions on marine management from the fishing community and suggestions for improvement
by Yates, K.L.
- 51-58 Capacity, capability and cross-border challenges associated with marine eradication programmes in Europe: The attempted eradication of an invasive non-native ascidian, Didemnum vexillum in Wales, United Kingdom
by Sambrook, Katie & Holt, Rohan H.F. & Sharp, Rowland & Griffith, Kate & Roche, Ronan C. & Newstead, Rebekah G. & Wyn, Gabrielle & Jenkins, Stuart R.
- 59-72 Changing maritime scenarios. The geopolitical dimension of the EU Atlantic Strategy
by Suárez-de Vivero, Juan L. & Rodríguez Mateos, Juan C.
- 73-83 Spatial MCDA in marine planning: Experiences from the Mediterranean and Baltic Seas
by Tammi, Ilpo & Kalliola, Risto
- 84-92 Identification and prioritization of uncertainties for management of Eastern Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus)
by Leach, Adrian W. & Levontin, Polina & Holt, Johnson & Kell, Laurence T. & Mumford, John D.
- 93-101 Market integration and its relation to income distribution and inequality among fishers and traders: The case of two small-scale Kenyan reef fisheries
by Wamukota, A. & Brewer, T.D. & Crona, B.
- 102-113 Estimates of illegal and unreported fish in seafood imports to the USA
by Pramod, Ganapathiraju & Nakamura, Katrina & Pitcher, Tony J. & Delagran, Leslie
- 114-122 Fishing strange data in national fisheries statistics of Greece
by Moutopoulos, Dimitrios K. & Koutsikopoulos, Constantin
- 123-125 The limitations of diversity metrics in directing global marine conservation
by Robinson, James P.W. & White, Easton R. & Wiwchar, Logan D. & Claar, Danielle C. & Suraci, Justin P. & Baum, Julia K.
- 126-133 Developing a co-management financing mechanism to enhance the financial sustainability of marine protected areas in Taiwan
by Chen, Jyun-Long & Chen, Jun-Yu & Chuang, Ching-Ta & Lu, Hsueh-Jung & Liu, Hsiang-Hsi & Lin, Yu-Shang
- 134-141 Alaskan fishing community revenues and the stabilizing role of fishing portfolios
by Sethi, Suresh Andrew & Reimer, Matthew & Knapp, Gunnar
- 142-151 The effects of the oyster mortality crisis on the economics of the shellfish farming sector: Preliminary review and prospects from a case study in Marennes-Oleron Bay (France)
by Girard, Sophie & Pérez Agúndez, José A.
- 152-161 The long and bumpy journey: Taiwan׳s aquaculture development and management
by Chen, Chung-Ling & Qiu, Guo-Hao
- 162-171 Planning for offshore CO2 storage: Law and policy in the United Kingdom
by Milligan, Ben
- 172-183 Biodiversity offsets for offshore wind farm projects: The current situation in Europe
by Vaissière, Anne-Charlotte & Levrel, Harold & Pioch, Sylvain & Carlier, Antoine
- 184-191 Securing blue wealth: The need for a special sustainable development goal for the ocean and coasts
by Visbeck, Martin & Kronfeld-Goharani, Ulrike & Neumann, Barbara & Rickels, Wilfried & Schmidt, Jörn & van Doorn, Erik & Matz-Lück, Nele & Ott, Konrad & Quaas, Martin F.
- 192-201 Minimising unsustainable yield: Ten failing European fisheries
by Steadman, Daniel & Appleby, Thomas & Hawkins, Julie
- 202-203 The importance of expert knowledge in conservation planning – Comment to an article by C.J. Klein et al
by Keppel, Gunnar
- 204-205 Setting conservation priorities in Fiji: Decision science versus additive scoring systems
by Klein, Carissa J. & Jupiter, Stacy D. & Possingham, Hugh P.
2014, Volume 47, Issue C
- 1-7 Public perceptions of sharks: Gathering support for shark conservation
by Friedrich, Laura A. & Jefferson, Rebecca & Glegg, Gillian
- 8-14 The spectre of uncertainty in management of exploited fish stocks: The illustrative case of Atlantic bluefin tuna
by Fromentin, Jean-Marc & Bonhommeau, Sylvain & Arrizabalaga, Haritz & Kell, Laurence T.
- 15-22 Fact or fiction? Assessing governance and co-management of Marine Reserves of Fishing Interest in Cedeira and Lira (NW Spain)
by Fernández-Vidal, Duarte & Muiño, Ramón
- 23-38 Repair and revitalisation of Australia׳s tropical estuaries and coastal wetlands: Opportunities and constraints for the reinstatement of lost function and productivity
by Sheaves, Marcus & Brookes, Justin & Coles, Rob & Freckelton, Marnie & Groves, Paul & Johnston, Ross & Winberg, Pia
- 39-45 Economic impacts of seafood production growth targets in Ireland
by Vega, Amaya & Corina Miller, Ana & O’Donoghue, Cathal
- 46-56 Legal regulation of the shipbreaking industry in Bangladesh: The international regulatory framework and domestic implementation challenges
by Alam, Shawkat & Faruque, Abdullah
- 57-65 Investigating societal attitudes towards the marine environment of Ireland
by Hynes, Stephen & Norton, Danny & Corless, Rebecca
- 66-70 Importance of temporal and spatial factors in the ex-vessel price formation for red shrimp and management implications
by Guillen, Jordi & Maynou, Francesc
- 71-75 The requirement to rebuild US fish stocks: Is it working?
by Oremus, Kimberly Lai & Suatoni, Lisa & Sewell, Brad
- 76-84 Masterstroke or paper tiger – The reform of the EU׳s Common Fisheries Policy
by Salomon, Markus & Markus, Till & Dross, Miriam
- 85-86 Response to the article by Peter Harris: Fortress, safe haven or home? The Chagos MPA in political context
by Sheppard, Charles
- 87-93 From RACs to Advisory Councils: Lessons from North Sea discourse for the 2014 reform of the European Common Fisheries Policy
by Hatchard, Jenny L. & Gray, Tim S.
- 94-98 The precautionary approach to non-native fisheries—The case of striped bass in Texas
by Matlock, Gary C.
- 99-109 Characterization of fisheries dependence in Galicia (Spain)
by Surís-Regueiro, Juan C. & Santiago, Jose L.
- 110-117 Catch trends in Philippine small-scale fisheries over the last five decades: The fishers׳ perspectives
by Muallil, Richard N. & Mamauag, Samuel S. & Cababaro, Jeffrey T. & Arceo, Hazel O. & Aliño, Porfirio M.
- 118-125 Planning at the edge: Integrating across the land sea divide
by Kerr, S. & Johnson, K. & Side, J.C.
- 126-137 Recreational fishing and boating: Are the determinants the same?
by Farr, Marina & Stoeckl, Natalie & Sutton, Stephen
- 138-146 Can management effort be predicted for marine protected areas? New considerations for network design
by Gormley, Kate S.G. & McWhinnie, Lauren H. & Porter, Joanne S. & Hull, Angela D. & Fernandes, Teresa F. & Sanderson, William G.
- 147-152 Estimating the potential impact of entry fees for marine parks on dive tourism in South East Asia
by Pascoe, Sean & Doshi, Amar & Thébaud, Olivier & Thomas, Colette R. & Schuttenberg, Heidi Z. & Heron, Scott F. & Setiasih, Naneng & Tan, James C.H. & True, James & Wallmo, Kristy & Loper, Christy & Calgaro, Emma
- 153-161 Exploring the phronetic dimension of stakeholders' knowledge in EU fisheries governance
by Linke, Sebastian & Jentoft, Svein
2014, Volume 46, Issue C
- 1-13 Stakeholder perceptions of ecosystem service declines in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea: Is human population a more critical driver than climate change?
by Butler, J.R.A. & Skewes, T. & Mitchell, D. & Pontio, M. & Hills, T.
- 14-18 A test of the use of computer generated visualizations in support of ecosystem-based management
by Rehr, Amanda P. & Williams, Gregory D. & Levin, Phillip S.
- 19-21 Fortress, safe haven or home? The Chagos MPA in political context
by Harris, Peter
- 22-30 ‘No right to rubbish’: Mobilising post-normal science for planning Gisborne’s wastewater outfall
by Bremer, Scott
- 31-42 Fishing for equality: Policy for poverty alleviation for South Africa's small-scale fisheries
by Sowman, Merle & Sunde, Jackie & Raemaekers, Serge & Schultz, Oliver
- 43-52 Green growth in fisheries
by Nielsen, Max & Ravensbeck, Lars & Nielsen, Rasmus
- 53-60 Human utility of marine ecosystem services and behavioural intentions for marine conservation in Japan
by Wakita, Kazumi & Shen, Zhonghua & Oishi, Taro & Yagi, Nobuyuki & Kurokura, Hisashi & Furuya, Ken
- 61-67 One hundred-fold difference between perceived and actual levels of marine protection in New Zealand
by Eddy, Tyler D.
- 68-71 Evidence of package trading in a mature multi-species ITQ market
by Innes, James & Thébaud, Olivier & Norman-López, Ana & Richard Little, L. & Kung, John
- 72-83 Something fishy: Assessing stakeholder resilience to increasing jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) in Trondheimsfjord, Norway
by Gjelsvik Tiller, Rachel & Mork, Jarle & Richards, Russell & Eisenhauer, Lionel & Liu, Yajie & Nakken, Jens-Fredrik & Borgersen, Åshild.L
- 84-90 Why fishers want a closed area in their fishing grounds: Exploring perceptions and attitudes to sustainable fisheries and conservation 10 years post closure in Labrador, Canada
by Barley Kincaid, Kate & Rose, George A.
- 91-100 Procedural and distributive justice in a community-based managed Marine Protected Area in Zanzibar, Tanzania
by Gustavsson, Madeleine & Lindström, Lars & Jiddawi, Narriman S. & de la Torre-Castro, Maricela
- 101-104 Exponential growth in the number of words used for the European Common Fisheries Policy (CFP): Does better management require more text?
by Pastoors, M.A.
- 105-110 Empirical analysis of sustainable fisheries and the relation to economic performance enhancement: The case of the Spanish fishing industry
by Miret-Pastor, Lluís & Peiró-Signes, Ángel & Segarra-Oña, Maria-del-Val & Herrera-Racionero, Paloma
- 111-118 Learning through experience: Non-implementation and the challenges of protected area conservation in The Bahamas
by Wise, Sarah P.
- 119-122 The estimation of derelict fishing gear in the coastal waters of South Korea: Trap and gill-net fisheries
by Kim, Sang-Goo & Lee, Won-IL & Yuseok, Moon
- 123-131 The external and commercial dimensions of the EU fisheries policy: An institutional approach applied to the whitefish case
by Mulazzani, Luca & Malorgio, Giulio
- 132-136 Trauma, post-trauma, and support in the shipping industry: The experience of Filipino seafarers after pirate attacks
by Abila, Sanley S. & Tang, Lijun
- 137-142 National or supranational fisheries sustainability certification schemes? A critical analysis of Norwegian and Icelandic responses
by Kvalvik, Ingrid & Noestvold, Bjoerg H. & Young, James A.
- 143-151 Modeling economic vulnerability: As applied to microbiological contamination on the Thau Lagoon shellfish farming industry
by Pérez Agúndez, José A. & Yimam, Eden & Raux, Pascal & Rey-Valette, Hélène & Girard, Sophie
- 152-160 Review and evaluation of marine spatial planning in the Shetland Islands
by Kelly, Christina & Gray, Lorraine & Shucksmith, Rachel & Tweddle, Jacqueline F.
- 161-170 Incorporating ecosystem services in marine planning: The role of valuation
by Börger, Tobias & Beaumont, Nicola J. & Pendleton, Linwood & Boyle, Kevin J. & Cooper, Philip & Fletcher, Stephen & Haab, Tim & Hanemann, Michael & Hooper, Tara L. & Hussain, S. Salman & Portela, Rosimeiry & Stithou, Mavra & Stockill, Joanna & Taylor, Tim & Austen, Melanie C.
- 171-191 Port level fishing dynamics: Assessing changes in the distribution of fishing activity over time
by Speir, Cameron & Pomeroy, Caroline & Sutinen, Jon G.
2014, Volume 45, Issue C
- 1-8 Structuring social data for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive
by Sundblad, Eva-Lotta & Grimvall, Anders & Gipperth, Lena & Morf, Andrea
- 9-15 Perceptions of sub-seabed carbon dioxide storage in Scotland and implications for policy: A qualitative study
by Mabon, Leslie & Shackley, Simon & Bower-Bir, Nathan
- 16-25 Improving livelihoods in fishing communities of West Sumatra: More than just boats and machines
by Stanford, Richard J. & Wiryawan, Budy & Bengen, Dietriech G. & Febriamansyah, Rudi & Haluan, John
- 26-38 The State of Rhode Island's pioneering marine spatial plan
by Olsen, Stephen B. & McCann, Jennifer H. & Fugate, Grover
- 39-44 The effects of seal-swim activities on the New Zealand fur seal (Arctophoca australis forsteri) in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, and recommendations for a sustainable tourism industry
by Cowling, M. & Kirkwood, R. & Boren, L.J. & Scarpaci, C.
- 45-51 Perceptions and attitudes of stakeholders towards the wildlife refuge of Ilha dos Lobos, a marine protected area in Brazil
by Engel, Mônica Tais & Marchini, Silvio & Pont, Ana Carolina & Machado, Rodrigo & Oliveira, Larissa Rosa de
- 52-59 Perceptions and preferences of commercial fishers for dedicated access privilege framework in a multispecies fishery
by Pierce, Brett & Mozumder, Pallab
- 60-68 An innovative ocean planning tool for the Atlantic outer continental shelf: The EcoSpatial Information Database
by Zimmer, Beth & Manzello, Leslie & Madsen, Keld & Sinclair, James & Green, Rebecca E.
- 69-75 Integration of fishery-dependent data sources in support of octopus spatial management
by Pilar-Fonseca, Tereza & Campos, Aida & Pereira, João & Moreno, Ana & Lourenço, Silvia & Afonso-Dias, Manuel
- 76-81 Using individual transferable quotas (ITQs) to achieve social policy objectives: A proposed intervention
by Soliman, Adam
- 82-88 Unjust and unsustainable: A case study of the Açu port industrial complex
by Ditty, J.M. & Rezende, C.E.
- 89-97 The socio-economic context for improving food security through land based aquaculture in Solomon Islands: A peri-urban case study
by Cleasby, Nathan & Schwarz, Anne-Maree & Phillips, Michael & Paul, Chris & Pant, Jharendu & Oeta, Janet & Pickering, Tim & Meloty, Alex & Laumani, Michael & Kori, Max
- 98-107 Establishing attitudes and perceptions of recreational boat users based in the River Hamble Estuary, UK, towards Marine Conservation Zones
by McAuliffe, Sarah & Potts, Jonathan & Canessa, Rosaline & Baily, Brian
- 108-113 Cod avoidance by area regulations in Kattegat – experiences for the implementation of a discard ban in the EU
by Eliasen, Søren Qvist
- 114-120 Enhancing the performance of quota managed fisheries using seasonality information: The case of the Portuguese artisanal dredge fleet
by Oliveira, M.M. & Camanho, A.S. & Gaspar, M.B.
- 121-127 Catch share programs in the Western Pacific—A solution in search of a problem?
by Allen, Stewart
- 128-137 Fishery cooperatives in Cuba: Potential benefits, legal feasibility, and governance pre-conditions
by Wielgus, Jeffrey & Poon, Sarah & del Río, Esperanza Carballal & Muñoz, Daylin & Whittle, Daniel & Fujita, Rod
- 138-145 Power Europe: EU and the illegal, unreported and unregulated tuna fisheries regulation in the West and Central Pacific Ocean
by Miller, Alice M.M. & Bush, Simon R. & Mol, Arthur P.J.
- 146-155 Prospects for satellite imagery of insular features and surrounding marine habitats in the South China Sea
by Lyons, Youna
- 156-162 National comprehensive approaches for rebuilding fisheries in South Korea
by Lee, Sang-Go & Rahimi Midani, Amaj
- 163-170 The past, present and future use of drifting fish aggregating devices (FADs) in the Indian Ocean
by Davies, Tim K. & Mees, Chris C. & Milner-Gulland, E.J.
- 171-181 Fishers' perceptions, facilitating factors and challenges of community-based no-take zones in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico
by Velez, Mariana & Adlerstein, Sara & Wondolleck, Julia
- 182-193 Social indicators of vulnerability for fishing communities in the Northern Gulf of California, Mexico: Implications for climate change
by Morzaria-Luna, Hem Nalini & Turk-Boyer, Peggy & Moreno-Baez, Marcia
- 194-203 Developing self-guided scuba dive routes in the Algarve (Portugal) and analysing visitors' perceptions
by Rangel, M.O. & Pita, C.B. & Gonçalves, J.M.S. & Oliveira, F. & Costa, C. & Erzini, K.
- 204-212 Marine dependent livelihoods and resilience to environmental change: A case study of Anguilla
by Forster, J. & Lake, I.R. & Watkinson, A.R. & Gill, J.A.
- 213-221 Full retention in tuna fisheries: Benefits, costs and unintended consequences
by Chan, Valerie & Clarke, Raymond & Squires, Dale
- 222-227 Subsidies, public goods, and external benefits in fisheries
by Squires, Dale & Clarke, Raymond & Chan, Valerie
- 228-239 Fishers’ knowledge as an indicator of spatial and temporal trends in abundance of commercial fish species: Megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis) in the northern North Sea
by Macdonald, P. & Angus, C.H. & Cleasby, I.R. & Marshall, C.T.
- 240-250 Constraints and solutions for managing Pacific Island sea cucumber fisheries with an ecosystem approach
by Purcell, S.W. & Lovatelli, A. & Pakoa, K.
- 251-258 Marine and coastal policy in the UK: Challenges and opportunities in a new era
by Rodwell, L.D. & Fletcher, S. & Glegg, G.A. & Campbell, M. & Rees, S.E & Ashley, M. & Linley, E.A. & Frost, M. & Earll, B. & Wynn, R.B. & Mee, L. & Almada-Villela, P. & Lear, D. & Stanger, P. & Colenutt, A. & Davenport, F. & Barker Bradshaw, N.J. & Covey, R.
- 259-260 ‘Future Ocean’ – Communicating and conserving the blue heart of the planet
by Laffoley, Dan
- 261-268 England's evolving marine and coastal governance framework
by Fletcher, Stephen & Jefferson, Rebecca & Glegg, Gillian & Rodwell, Lynda & Dodds, Wendy
- 269-278 Social impacts of a temperate fisheries closure: understanding stakeholders' views
by Hattam, C.E. & Mangi, S.C. & Gall, S.C. & Rodwell, L.D.
- 279-286 Fisheries co-management in a new era of marine policy in the UK: A preliminary assessment of stakeholder perceptions
by Rodwell, Lynda D. & Lowther, Jason & Hunter, Charlotte & Mangi, Stephen C.
- 287-292 Incentivising selective fishing under a policy to ban discards; lessons from European and global fisheries
by Condie, H.M. & Grant, A. & Catchpole, T.L.
- 293-300 Mapping fisheries for marine spatial planning: Gear-specific vessel monitoring system (VMS), marine conservation and offshore renewable energy
by Campbell, Maria S. & Stehfest, Kilian M. & Votier, Stephen C. & Hall-Spencer, Jason M.
- 301-309 The potential of offshore windfarms to act as marine protected areas – A systematic review of current evidence
by Ashley, M.C. & Mangi, S.C. & Rodwell, L.D.
- 310-317 Monitoring benthic biodiversity restoration in Lyme Bay marine protected area: Design, sampling and analysis
by Stevens, T.F. & Sheehan, E.V. & Gall, S.C. & Fowell, S.C. & Attrill, M.J.
- 318-329 Frequent locations of oceanic fronts as an indicator of pelagic diversity: Application to marine protected areas and renewables
by Miller, Peter I. & Christodoulou, Stelios
- 330-332 Species distribution modelling to support marine conservation planning: The next steps
by Marshall, C.E. & Glegg, G.A. & Howell, K.L.
- 333-341 Assessing the quality of data required to identify effective marine protected areas
by Peckett, Frances J. & Glegg, Gillian A. & Rodwell, Lynda D.
- 342-348 Developing marine historic environment management policy: The English Heritage experience
by Pater, Christopher & Oxley, Ian
- 349-358 Artificial surf reefs: A preliminary assessment of the potential to enhance a coastal economy
by Rendle, Emma J. & Rodwell, Lynda D.
- 359-367 Issues and challenges in spatio-temporal application of an ecosystem services framework to UK seas
by Hull, Steve & Dickie, Ian & Tinch, Rob & Saunders, Justine
2014, Volume 44, Issue C
- 3-8 Sharing the catch or catching the shares: Catch shares for the western Pacific region?
by Severance, Craig
- 9-17 Catch shares and the main Hawaiian Islands bottomfish fishery: Linking fishery conditions and fisher perceptions
by Hospital, Justin & Beavers, Courtney
- 18-26 Economic characteristics and management challenges of the Hawaii pelagic longline fisheries: Will a catch share program help?
by Pan, Minling
- 27-36 Measuring the social and economic performance of catch share programs: Definition of metrics and application to the U.S. Northeast Region groundfish fishery
by Clay, Patricia M. & Kitts, Andrew & Pinto da Silva, Patricia
- 37-41 Lipstick and catch shares in the Western Pacific: Beyond evangelism in fisheries policy?
by Macinko, Seth
- 42-48 How have catch shares been allocated?
by Lynham, John
- 49-59 Cooperatives, concessions, and co-management on the Pacific coast of Mexico
by McCay, Bonnie J. & Micheli, Fiorenza & Ponce-Díaz, Germán & Murray, Grant & Shester, Geoff & Ramirez-Sanchez, Saudiel & Weisman, Wendy
- 60-64 Rights-based management in Canada: Lessons from two coasts and a centre
by Dupont, Diane P.
- 65-71 Fishery cooperatives and the Pacific Whiting Conservation Cooperative: Lessons and application to non-industrial fisheries in the Western Pacific
by Sylvia, Gil & Cusack, Chris & Swanson, Josh
- 72-81 Stock size matters more than vessel size: The fuel efficiency of Swedish demersal trawl fisheries 2002–2010
by Ziegler, Friederike & Hornborg, Sara
- 82-89 Inadequate risk assessments – A study on worst-case scenarios related to petroleum exploitation in the Lofoten area
by Hauge, Kjellrun Hiis & Blanchard, Anne & Andersen, Gisle & Boland, Ragnhild & Grøsvik, Bjørn Einar & Howell, Daniel & Meier, Sonnich & Olsen, Erik & Vikebø, Frode
- 90-97 Using a spatial overlap approach to estimate the risk of collisions between deep diving seabirds and tidal stream turbines: A review of potential methods and approaches
by Waggitt, J.J & Scott, B.E
- 98-106 Ecological restoration in the deep sea: Desiderata
by Van Dover, C.L. & Aronson, J. & Pendleton, L. & Smith, S. & Arnaud-Haond, S. & Moreno-Mateos, D. & Barbier, E. & Billett, D. & Bowers, K. & Danovaro, R. & Edwards, A. & Kellert, S. & Morato, T. & Pollard, E. & Rogers, A. & Warner, R.
- 107-116 Why local people do not support conservation: Community perceptions of marine protected area livelihood impacts, governance and management in Thailand
by Bennett, Nathan James & Dearden, Philip
- 117-119 The continued decline in the world catch of marine fish
by Pontecorvo, Giulio & Schrank, William E.
- 120-130 Fishery-seal interactions in Irish waters: Current perspectives and future research priorities
by Cronin, M. & Jessopp, M. & Houle, J. & Reid, D.
- 131-138 The transformation of Scottish fisheries: Sustainable interdependence from ‘net to plate’
by Carter, Caitríona
- 139-148 Do marine protected areas deliver flows of ecosystem services to support human welfare?
by Potts, Tavis & Burdon, Daryl & Jackson, Emma & Atkins, Jonathan & Saunders, Justine & Hastings, Emily & Langmead, Olivia
- 149-151 A glaring omission in Australia’s marine conservation planning
by Hobbs, Jean-Paul Adrian
- 152-159 A novel and simple approach to define artisanal fisheries in Europe
by García-Flórez, Lucía & Morales, Jesús & Gaspar, Miguel B. & Castilla, David & Mugerza, Estanis & Berthou, Patrick & García de la Fuente, Laura & Oliveira, Manuela & Moreno, Oscar & García del Hoyo, Juan José & Arregi, Luis & Vignot, Celine & Chapela, Rosa & Murillas, Arantza
- 160-165 Ten recommendations for advancing the assessment and management of non-indigenous species in marine ecosystems
by Ojaveer, Henn & Galil, Bella S. & Minchin, Dan & Olenin, Sergej & Amorim, Ana & Canning-Clode, João & Chainho, Paula & Copp, Gordon H. & Gollasch, Stephan & Jelmert, Anders & Lehtiniemi, Maiju & McKenzie, Cynthia & Mikuš, Josip & Miossec, Laurence & Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna & Pećarević, Marijana & Pederson, Judith & Quilez-Badia, Gemma & Wijsman, Jeroen W.M. & Zenetos, Argyro
- 166-171 Development in fleet fishing capacity in rights based fisheries
by Asche, Frank & Bjørndal, Marianne Tranberg & Bjørndal, Trond
- 172-178 Governance strengths and weaknesses to implement the marine strategy framework directive in European waters
by Freire-Gibb, Lucio Carlos & Koss, Rebecca & Margonski, Piotr & Papadopoulou, Nadia
- 179-186 Relationships between safety culture aspects – A work process to enable interpretation
by Ek, Åsa & Runefors, Marcus & Borell, Jonas
- 187-195 Management strategies to prevent the introduction of non-indigenous aquatic species in response to the Ballast Water Convention in Taiwan
by Liu, Ta-Kang & Chang, Chi-Hsin & Chou, Ming-Li
- 196-203 What makes a “successful” marine protected area? The unique context of Hawaii′s fish replenishment areas
by Rossiter, Jaime Speed & Levine, Arielle
- 204-211 Flag use behavior and IUU activity within the international fishing fleet: Refining definitions and identifying areas of concern
by Miller, Dana D. & Sumaila, U. Rashid
- 212-221 Status, trends and challenges in the sustainability of small-scale fisheries in the Philippines: Insights from FISHDA (Fishing Industries' Support in Handling Decisions Application) model
by Muallil, Richard N. & Mamauag, Samuel S. & Cabral, Reniel B. & Celeste-Dizon, Emerlinda O. & Aliño, Porfirio M.
- 222-231 Time preference of small-scale fishers in open access and traditionally managed reef fisheries
by Teh, Louise S.L. & Teh, Lydia C.L. & Rashid Sumaila, U.
- 232-238 Multilateralism in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore
by Abdul Rahman, Nazira
- 239-255 Ecological risk assessment of the Marshall Islands longline tuna fishery
by Gilman, Eric & Owens, Matthew & Kraft, Thomas
- 256-264 Maritime archaeology and identification of historic shipwrecks: A legal perspective
by Huang, Jie
- 265-272 An overview of marine fisheries management in China
by Shen, Gongming & Heino, Mikko
- 273-278 A global synthesis of the economic multiplier effects of marine sectors
by Jacobsen, Kelsey I. & Lester, Sarah E. & Halpern, Benjamin S.
- 279-286 Fishing the last frontier: The introduction of the marine aquarium trade and its impact on local fishing communities in Papua New Guinea
by Schwerdtner Máñez, Kathleen & Dandava, Lorel & Ekau, Werner
- 287-294 Finding a balance between economic performance and capacity efficiency for sustainable fisheries: Case of the Da Nang gillnet fishery, Vietnam
by Pham, Thi Duy Thanh & Huang, Hsiang-Wen & Chuang, Ching-Ta
- 295-301 Overcoming the lack of political will in small scale fisheries
by Carbonetti, Benjamin & Pomeroy, Robert & Richards, David L.
- 302-311 Valuing seafood: The Peruvian fisheries sector
by Christensen, Villy & de la Puente, Santiago & Sueiro, Juan Carlos & Steenbeek, Jeroen & Majluf, Patricia
- 312-320 Collaborative research: Development of a manual on elasmobranch handling and release best practices in tropical tuna purse-seine fisheries
by Poisson, François & Séret, Bernard & Vernet, Anne-Lise & Goujon, Michel & Dagorn, Laurent
- 321-334 The ICZM Balanced Scorecard: A tool for putting integrated coastal zone management into action
by Maccarrone, Vincenzo & Filiciotto, Francesco & Buffa, Gaspare & Mazzola, Salvatore & Buscaino, Giuseppa
- 335-341 Securing the benefits: Linking ecology with marine planning policy to examine the potential of a network of Marine Protected Areas to support human wellbeing
by Rees, Siân E. & Fletcher, Stephen & Gall, Sarah C. & Friedrich, Laura A. & Jackson, Emma L. & Rodwell, Lynda D.
- 342-350 Does threat of mutually assured destruction produce quasi-cooperation in the mackerel fishery?
by Hannesson, Rögnvaldur
- 351-359 “Blue competition” in China: Current situation and challenges
by Ding, Juan & Ge, Xueqian & Casey, Ryan
- 360-365 Evaluating the influence of candidate terrestrial protected areas on coral reef condition in Fiji
by Klein, Carissa J. & Jupiter, Stacy D. & Watts, Matthew & Possingham, Hugh P.
- 366-374 An innovation and agency perspective on the emergence and spread of Marine Spatial Planning
by Merrie, Andrew & Olsson, Per
- 375-389 Distribution of endemic cetaceans in relation to hydrocarbon development and commercial shipping in a warming Arctic
by Reeves, Randall R. & Ewins, Peter J. & Agbayani, Selina & Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter & Kovacs, Kit M. & Lydersen, Christian & Suydam, Robert & Elliott, Wendy & Polet, Gert & van Dijk, Yvette & Blijleven, Rosanne
- 390-396 Use of local knowledge in marine protected area management
by Mellado, Tiscar & Brochier, Timothée & Timor, Julien & Vitancurt, Javier
- 397-405 Sustainability of tropical small-scale fisheries: Integrated assessment in French Guiana
by Cissé, Abdoul Ahad & Blanchard, Fabian & Guyader, Olivier
- 406-418 Shortcomings in the European principles of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM): Assessing the implications for locally orientated coastal management using Biome Portfolio Analysis (BPA)
by Breen, Benjamin & Hynes, Stephen