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2014, Volume 44, Issue C
- 419-426 Standards for the effective management of fisheries bycatch
by Kirby, David Seán & Ward, Peter
- 427-437 Social learning in fish producers' organizations: How fishers perceive their membership experience and what they learn from it
by Karadzic, Vanja & Grin, John & Antunes, Paula & Banovic, Marija
- 438-447 Transferable Fishing Concessions (TFC): A pilot study on the applicability in the Mediterranean Sea
by Lucchetti, Alessandro & Piccinetti, Corrado & Meconi, Uriano & Frittelloni, Cristina & Marchesan, Mara & Palladino, Silvia & Virgili, Massimo
- 448-456 The role of the capture fisheries and aquaculture sectors in the Korean national economy: An input–output analysis
by Lee, Min-Kyu & Yoo, Seung-Hoon
- 457-464 Punishment and compliance: Exploring scenarios to improve the legitimacy of small-scale fisheries management rules on the Brazilian coast
by Karper, Marjoleine A.M. & Lopes, Priscila F.M.
- 465-472 Institutional change, fishing rights and governance mechanisms: The dynamics of the Spanish 300 fleet on the Grand Sole fishing grounds
by Caballero-Miguez, Gonzalo & Varela-Lafuente, Manuel M. & Dolores Garza-Gil, María
- 473-474 Norway's experience with ITQs: A rejoinder
by Hannesson, Rögnvaldur
- 475-477 Comment to the article by R. Hannesson “Norway's experience with ITQs”
by Heen, Knut
2014, Volume 43, Issue C
- 1-2 Introduction to systems approaches in coastal management—The legacy of the SPICOSA project
by Reis, Jeanette
- 3-12 Relevance of systems approaches for implementing Integrated Coastal Zone Management principles in Europe
by Reis, J. & Stojanovic, T. & Smith, H.
- 13-20 Training for marine planners: Present and future needs
by Glegg, Gillian
- 21-28 Internet based training and education for coastal management in Germany: A critical evaluation
by Schernewski, Gerald & Bock, Steffen
- 29-39 The use of ocean color remote sensing in integrated coastal zone management—A case study from Himmerfjärden, Sweden
by Kratzer, Susanne & Therese Harvey, E. & Philipson, Petra
- 40-45 Testing the application of the Systems Approach Framework (SAF) for the management of eutrophication in the Ria Formosa
by Gari, Sirak R. & Newton, Alice & Icely, John & Lowe, Christopher D.
- 46-54 Human–environment interaction in the Baltic Sea
by Lowe, Christopher D. & Gilbert, Alison J. & Mee, Laurence D.
- 55-62 Socio-economic analysis and stakeholder involvement: Mussel-farming in the Gulf of Trieste
by Melaku Canu, Donata & Solidoro, Cosimo
- 63-70 Economic base model for the Guadiana estuary, Portugal an application for Integrated Coastal Zone Management
by Guimarães, Maria Helena & Sousa, Carlos & Dentinho, Tomaz & Boski, Tomasz
- 71-79 Evaluation of stakeholder perspectives on the management of the stalked barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes) resource in the Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina, Portugal
by Stewart, Akilah T.M. & Fragoso, Bruno D.D. & Clímaco, Rodrigo & Icely, John D.
- 80-88 Factors that influence the entry–exit decision and intensity of participation of fishing fleet for the Galapagos lobster fishery
by Bucaram, Santiago J. & Hearn, Alex
- 89-103 The non-consumptive (tourism) ‘value’ of marine species in the Northern section of the Great Barrier Reef
by Farr, Marina & Stoeckl, Natalie & Alam Beg, Rabiul
- 104-111 Putting the seafood in sustainable food systems
by Olson, Julia & Clay, Patricia M. & Pinto da Silva, Patricia
- 112-121 Performance of a northwestern Mediterranean bottom trawl fleet: How the integration of landings and VMS data can contribute to the implementation of ecosystem-based fisheries management
by Martín, P. & Muntadas, A. & de Juan, S. & Sánchez, P. & Demestre, M.
- 122-131 The economic impacts of marine energy developments: A case study from Scotland
by Allan, G.J. & Lecca, P. & McGregor, P.G. & Swales, J.K.
- 132-142 Assessment of eco-labelling schemes for Pacific tuna fisheries
by Kirby, David Seán & Visser, Candice & Hanich, Quentin
- 143-148 Democracy and the environment revisited: The case of African fisheries
by Sjöstedt, Martin & Jagers, Sverker C.
- 149-163 An assessment of the current status of the chokka squid fishery in South Africa and an evaluation of alternative allocation strategies
by Cochrane, K.L. & Oliver, B. & Sauer, W.
- 164-173 Defining and quantifying China's ocean economy
by Zhao, Rui & Hynes, Stephen & Shun He, Guang
- 174-183 Indonesia tuna fisheries development and future strategy
by Sunoko, Rahmadi & Huang, Hsiang-Wen
- 184-199 Implications of defining fisheries closed areas based on predicted habitats in Shetland: A proactive and precautionary approach
by Shelmerdine, Richard L. & Stone, Daniel & Leslie, Beth & Robinson, Martin
- 200-207 Micro-economic drivers of profitability in an ITQ-managed fishery: An analysis of the Queensland Coral Reef Fin-Fish Fishery
by Thébaud, Olivier & Innes, James & Norman-López, Ana & Slade, Stephanie & Cameron, Darren & Cannard, Toni & Tickell, Sharon & Kung, John & Kerrigan, Brigid & Williams, Lew & Richard Little, L.
- 208-216 Limits and barriers to adaptation to climate variability and change in Bangladeshi coastal fishing communities
by Monirul Islam, Md. & Sallu, Susannah & Hubacek, Klaus & Paavola, Jouni
- 217-225 The legal, regulatory, and institutional evolution of fishing cooperatives in Alaska and the West Coast of the United States
by De Alessi, Michael & Sullivan, Joseph M. & Hilborn, Ray
- 226-235 Fishers' perception of a multiple-use marine protected area: Why communities and gear users differ at Mafia Island, Tanzania
by Barley Kincaid, Kate & Rose, George & Mahudi, Humphrey
- 236-245 Back to square one? Fisheries allocation under pressure
by Standal, Dag & Hersoug, Bjørn
- 246-253 Incorporating ecosystem services into the implementation of existing U.S. natural resource management regulations: Operationalizing carbon sequestration and storage
by Sutton-Grier, Ariana E. & Moore, Amber K. & Wiley, Peter C. & Edwards, Peter E.T.
- 254-261 Co-location of activities and designations: A means of solving or creating problems in marine spatial planning?
by Christie, N. & Smyth, K. & Barnes, R. & Elliott, M.
- 262-272 A global ocean observing system framework for sustainable development
by Malone, Thomas C. & DiGiacomo, Paul M. & Gonçalves, Emanuel & Knap, Anthony H. & Talaue-McManus, Liana & de Mora, Stephen
- 273-282 An evaluation of self-governance in the New Zealand Bluff oyster fishery – The indicator system approach
by Yang, Yuwen & Cullen, Ross & Hearnshaw, Edward & Macdonald, Ian A.
- 283-287 A review of sustainable sea-transport for Oceania: Providing context for renewable energy shipping for the Pacific
by Nuttall, Peter & Newell, Alison & Prasad, Biman & Veitayaki, Joeli & Holland, Elisabeth
- 288-294 Subsidies to tuna fisheries in the Western Central Pacific Ocean
by Sumaila, U. Rashid & Dyck, Andrew & Baske, Adam
- 295-300 The co-location of offshore windfarms and decapod fisheries in the UK: Constraints and opportunities
by Hooper, Tara & Austen, Melanie
- 301-306 Multilingual crews on Norwegian fishing vessels: Implications for communication and safety on board
by Thorvaldsen, Trine & Sønvisen, Signe Annie
- 307-312 Cost-benefit analysis in the context of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive: The case of Germany
by Bertram, Christine & Dworak, Thomas & Görlitz, Stefan & Interwies, Eduard & Rehdanz, Katrin
- 313-320 Harmful routines? Uncertainty in science and conflicting views on routine petroleum operations in Norway
by Blanchard, Anne & Hauge, Kjellrun Hiis & Andersen, Gisle & Fosså, Jan Helge & Grøsvik, Bjørn Einar & Handegard, Nils Olav & Kaiser, Matthias & Meier, Sonnich & Olsen, Erik & Vikebø, Frode
- 321-326 Measuring fishery profitability: An index number approach
by Walden, John B. & Kitts, Nolan
- 327-337 Public perceptions of the UK marine environment
by Jefferson, R.L. & Bailey, I. & Laffoley, D. d′A. & Richards, J.P. & Attrill, M.J.
- 338-346 Constructing logbook-like statistics for coastal fisheries using coastal surveillance radar and fish market data
by Chang, Shui-Kai
- 347-358 Socio-economic quantification of fishing in a European urban area: The case of Vigo
by Surís-Regueiro, Juan C. & Garza-Gil, M. Dolores & Varela-Lafuente, Manuel M.
- 359-366 EU marine strategy framework directive (MSFD) and marine spatial planning (MSP): Which is the more dominant and practicable contributor to maritime policy in the UK?
by Brennan, Jonathon & Fitzsimmons, Clare & Gray, Tim & Raggatt, Laura
- 367-371 A review of animal welfare implications of the Canadian commercial seal hunt: A critique
by Daoust, Pierre-Yves & Hammill, Mike & Stenson, Garry & Caraguel, Charles
- 372-375 Rethinking postgraduate education for marine conservation
by Langholz, Jeff A. & Abeles, Adina
- 376-378 From reductionism to systems thinking: How the shipping sector can address sulphur regulation and tackle climate change
by Gilbert, Paul
- 379-381 A review of animal welfare implications of the Canadian commercial seal hunt – a response to critique of paper MP13 172
by Butterworth, Andrew & Richardson, Mary
2013, Volume 42, Issue C
- 1-4 The changing face of global fisheries—The 1950s vs. the 2000s
by Watson, Reg A. & Pauly, Daniel
- 5-13 Alternatives to ITQs in equity–efficiency–effectiveness trade-offs: How the lay-up system spread effort in the BC halibut fishery
by Pinkerton, Evelyn
- 14-19 Whale watching regulation compliance trends and the implications for management off Sydney, Australia
by Kessler, Megan & Harcourt, Robert
- 20-30 Public preferences regarding use and condition of the Baltic Sea—An international comparison informing marine policy
by Ahtiainen, Heini & Artell, Janne & Czajkowski, Mikołaj & Hasler, Berit & Hasselström, Linus & Hyytiäinen, Kari & Meyerhoff, Jürgen & Smart, James C.R. & Söderqvist, Tore & Zimmer, Katrin & Khaleeva, Julia & Rastrigina, Olga & Tuhkanen, Heidi
- 31-38 Progress and promise in spatial human dimensions research for ecosystem-based ocean planning
by Koehn, J. Zachary & Reineman, Daniel R. & Kittinger, John N.
- 39-48 Are outcomes matching policy commitments in Australian marine conservation planning?
by Barr, Lissa M. & Possingham, Hugh P.
- 49-55 Marine litter: Progress in developing an integrated policy approach in Scotland
by Hastings, Emily & Potts, Tavis
- 56-67 Identifying functional stakeholder clusters to maximise communication for the ecosystem approach to fisheries management
by Duggan, Deirdre E. & Farnsworth, Keith D. & Kraak, Sarah B.M.
- 68-73 Elicited preferences for components of ocean health in the California Current
by Halpern, Benjamin S. & Longo, Catherine & McLeod, Karen L. & Cooke, Roger & Fischhoff, Baruch & Samhouri, Jameal F. & Scarborough, Courtney
- 74-84 An empirical analysis of the economic value of ocean space associated with commercial fishing
by Jin, Di & Hoagland, Porter & Wikgren, Brooke
- 85-90 The importance of common sense: How Norwegian coastal fishermen deal with occupational risk
by Thorvaldsen, Trine
- 91-98 Data rescue and re-use: Recycling old information to address new policy concerns
by Hawkins, S.J. & Firth, L.B. & McHugh, M. & Poloczanska, E.S. & Herbert, R.J.H. & Burrows, M.T. & Kendall, M.A. & Moore, P.J. & Thompson, R.C. & Jenkins, S.R. & Sims, D.W. & Genner, M.J. & Mieszkowska, N.
- 99-110 Applying the large marine ecosystem (LME) governance framework in the Wider Caribbean Region
by Fanning, Lucia & Mahon, Robin & McConney, Patrick
- 111-124 Marine economy: A proposal for its definition in the European Union
by Surís-Regueiro, Juan C. & Garza-Gil, M. Dolores & Varela-Lafuente, Manuel M.
- 125-132 What is an endangered species worth? Threshold costs for protecting imperilled fishes in Canada
by Schultz, Jessica A. & Darling, Emily S. & Côté, Isabelle M.
- 133-141 Resolving environmental issues in the southern Brazilian artisanal penaeid-trawl fishery through adaptive co-management
by Silva, Catarina N.S. & Broadhurst, Matt K. & Medeiros, Rodrigo P. & Dias, José H.
- 142-149 Challenges in cross-sectoral marine protection in Europe
by Salomon, Markus & Dross, Miriam
- 150-156 Marine informational governance, a conceptual framework
by Hoefnagel, Ellen & de Vos, Birgit & Buisman, Erik
- 157-165 The development of world oceans & coasts and concepts of sustainability
by Stojanovic, T.A. & Farmer, C.J.Q.
- 167-176 Community-based management of near-shore fisheries in Vanuatu: What works?
by Léopold, Marc & Beckensteiner, Jennifer & Kaltavara, Jeremie & Raubani, Jason & Caillon, Sophie
- 178-179 Politics, people and polar bears
by Parsons, E.C.M. & Cornick, L.A.
- 180-189 A restricted fishing area as a tool for fisheries management: Example of the Capbreton canyon, southern Bay of Biscay
by Sanchez, F. & Morandeau, G. & Bru, N. & Lissardy, M.
- 190-197 A spatial typology for the sea: A contribution from the Baltic
by Janßen, Holger & Kidd, Sue & Kvinge, Torunn
- 198-209 A primer for the Environmental Impact Assessment of mining at seafloor massive sulfide deposits
by Collins, Patrick Colman & Croot, Peter & Carlsson, Jens & Colaço, Ana & Grehan, Anthony & Hyeong, Kiseong & Kennedy, Robert & Mohn, Christian & Smith, Samantha & Yamamoto, Hiroyuki & Rowden, Ashley
- 210-222 Industry response to the 2003 set net restrictions for protection of Maui′s dolphin
by Stewart, James & Callagher, Peter
- 223-235 Casualties and loss of life in bulk carriers from 1980 to 2010
by Roberts, Stephen E. & Pettit, Stephen J. & Marlow, Peter B.
- 236-244 Consumptive versus non-consumptive use of sea turtles? Stakeholder perceptions about sustainable use in three communities near Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica
by Hart, Katharine A. & Gray, Tim & Stead, Selina M.
- 245-252 Identifying fisheries dependent communities in EU coastal areas
by Natale, Fabrizio & Carvalho, Natacha & Harrop, Michael & Guillen, Jordi & Frangoudes, Katia
- 253-258 Sustainable Livelihoods Approach in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems: A review
by Ferrol-Schulte, Daniella & Wolff, Matthias & Ferse, Sebastian & Glaser, Marion
- 259-267 Rights-based management in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: Economic and environmental change under the Vessel Day Scheme
by Havice, Elizabeth
- 268-269 Fish catch data: Less than what meets the eye
by Agnew, David J. & Gutiérrez, Nicolas L. & Butterworth, Doug S.
- 270-279 He who hesitates is lost: Why conservation in the Mediterranean Sea is necessary and possible now
by Portman, Michelle E. & Notarbartolo-di-Sciara, Giuseppe & Agardy, Tundi & Katsanevakis, Stelios & Possingham, Hugh P. & Di-Carlo, Giuseppe
- 280-285 Brazilian environmental legislation as tool to conserve marine ornamental fish
by Duarte Ferraz Sampaio, Flavia & Ostrensky, Antonio
- 286-292 Technical change in fisheries
by Squires, Dale & Vestergaard, Niels
- 293-304 Has designating and protecting critical habitat had an impact on endangered North Atlantic right whale ship strike mortality?
by Mullen, Kaitlyn A. & Peterson, Michael L. & Todd, Sean K.
- 305-314 Sport fisheries: Opportunities and challenges for diversifying coastal livelihoods in the Pacific
by Wood, Apanie L. & Butler, James R.A. & Sheaves, Marcus & Wani, Jacob
- 315-324 Whale interactions with Alaskan sablefish and Pacific halibut fisheries: Surveying fishermen perception, changing fishing practices and mitigation
by Peterson, Megan J. & Carothers, Courtney
- 325-333 The Portuguese maritime spatial plan
by Calado, H. & Bentz, J.
2013, Volume 41, Issue C
- 1-4 Introduction: An empirical framework for deconstructing the realities of governing marine protected areas
by Jones, P.J.S. & De Santo, E.M. & Qiu, W. & Vestergaard, O.
- 5-13 Governing marine protected areas: Social–ecological resilience through institutional diversity
by Jones, P.J.S. & Qiu, W. & De Santo, E.M.
- 14-24 Effective governance of a large and complex cross-jurisdictional marine protected area: Australia's Great Barrier Reef
by Day, Jon C & Dobbs, Kirstin
- 25-32 The Darwin Mounds special area of conservation: Implications for offshore marine governance
by De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 33-40 North East Kent European marine site: Overcoming barriers to conservation through community engagement
by Roberts, Thomas & Jones, Peter J.S.
- 41-49 The California Marine Life Protection Act: A balance of top down and bottom up governance in MPA planning
by Saarman, Emily T. & Carr, Mark H.
- 50-56 The Sanya Coral Reef National Marine Nature Reserve, China: A governance analysis
by Qiu, Wanfei
- 57-64 Seaflower marine protected area: Governance for sustainable development
by Taylor, Elizabeth & Baine, Mark & Killmer, Annette & Howard, Marion
- 65-71 A governance analysis of the Galápagos Marine Reserve
by Jones, Peter J.S.
- 72-79 Co-management approaches and incentives improve management effectiveness in the Karimunjawa National Park, Indonesia
by Campbell, Stuart J. & Kartawijaya, Tasrif & Yulianto, Irfan & Prasetia, Rian & Clifton, Julian
- 80-86 Refocusing conservation through a cultural lens: Improving governance in the Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia
by Clifton, Julian
- 87-94 Achieving MPA effectiveness through application of responsive governance incentives in the Tubbataha reefs
by Dygico, Marivel & Songco, Angelique & White, Alan T. & Green, Stuart J.
- 95-102 Fishers as advocates of marine protected areas: a case study from Galicia (NW Spain)
by Perez de Oliveira, Lucia
- 103-109 Private ownership of underwater lands in Great South Bay, New York: A case study in degradation, restoration and protection
by LoBue, Carl & Udelhoven, Jay
- 110-117 Chumbe Island Coral Park—governance analysis
by Nordlund, Lina M. & Kloiber, Ulrike & Carter, Eleanor & Riedmiller, Sibylle
- 118-125 Governing wide coastal-marine protected territories: A governance analysis of the Baleia Franca Environmental Protection Area in South Brazil
by Macedo, Heitor Schulz & Vivacqua, Melissa & Rodrigues, Helio Castro Lima & Gerhardinger, Leopoldo Cavaleri
- 126-133 Unbalanced governance: The Cres-Lošinj special marine reserve, a missed conservation opportunity
by Mackelworth, P. & Holcer, D. & Fortuna, C.M.
2013, Volume 40, Issue C
- 1-9 Marine conservation in remote small island settings: Factors influencing marine protected area establishment in the Azores
by Abecasis, Rita Costa & Longnecker, Nancy & Schmidt, Luisa & Clifton, Julian
- 10-17 Fishing effort control policies and ship stability: Analysis of a string of accidents in Spain in the period 2004–2007
by Mata-Álvarez-Santullano, Francisco & Souto-Iglesias, Antonio
- 18-24 Effects of the fuel price crisis on the energy efficiency and the economic performance of the European Union fishing fleets
by Cheilari, Anna & Guillen, Jordi & Damalas, Dimitrios & Barbas, Thomas
- 25-33 Tropical shrimp trawling: Developing a management blueprint and adapting and implementing it in specific countries and fisheries
by Macfadyen, Graeme & Banks, Richard & Davies, Robin
- 34-40 Fill the gap: Developing management strategies to control garbage pollution from fishing vessels
by Chen, Chung-Ling & Liu, Ta-Kang
- 41-52 From low- to high-value fisheries: Is it possible to quantify the trade-off between management cost, risk and catch?
by Dowling, N.A. & Dichmont, C.M. & Venables, W. & Smith, A.D.M. & Smith, D.C. & Power, D. & Galeano, D.
- 53-63 From a traditionally open access fishery to modern restrictions: Portuguese anglers' perceptions about newly implemented recreational fishing regulations
by Veiga, P. & Pita, C. & Leite, L. & Ribeiro, J. & Ditton, R.B. & Gonçalves, J.M.S. & Erzini, K.
- 64-74 Estimating MSY and MEY in multi-species and multi-fleet fisheries, consequences and limits: an application to the Bay of Biscay mixed fishery
by Guillen, Jordi & Macher, Claire & Merzéréaud, Mathieu & Bertignac, Michel & Fifas, Spyros & Guyader, Olivier
- 75-83 Trawl fisheries, catch shares and the protection of benthic marine ecosystems: Has ownership generated incentives for seafloor stewardship?
by Rieser, Alison & Watling, Les & Guinotte, John
- 84-90 Strategies for promoting biodiesel use in marine vessels
by Lin, Cherng-Yuan
- 91-99 Dysfunction by design: Consequences of limitations on transferability of catch shares in the Alaska pollock fishery
by Criddle, Keith R. & Strong, James
- 100-110 Suggestions for fixing top-down coastal fisheries management through participatory approaches
by Lopes, P.F.M. & Rosa, E.M. & Salyvonchyk, S. & Nora, V. & Begossi, A.
- 111-116 Flexibility in maritime assets and pooling strategies: A viable response todisaster
by Mileski, Joan P. & Honeycutt, Jared
- 117-123 Subsidies in the jumbo squid fishery in the Gulf of California,Mexico
by Ramírez-Rodríguez, Mauricio & Almendárez-Hernández, Luis César
- 124-136 Moving beyond catch in allocation approaches for internationally shared fish stocks
by Bailey, Megan & Ishimura, Gakushi & Paisley, Richard & Rashid Sumaila, U.
- 137-144 Valuing improvements to coastal waters using choice experiments: An application to revisions of the EU Bathing Waters Directive
by Hynes, Stephen & Tinch, Dugald & Hanley, Nick
- 145-153 Spatial substitution strategies of recreational fishers in response to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
by De Freitas, Débora M. & Sutton, Stephen G. & Moloney, James M. & Lédée, Elodie J.I. & Tobin, Renae C.
- 154-159 Securing ocean benefits for society in the face of climate change
by Ruckelshaus, M. & Doney, S.C. & Galindo, H.M. & Barry, J.P. & Chan, F. & Duffy, J.E. & English, C.A. & Gaines, S.D. & Grebmeier, J.M. & Hollowed, A.B. & Knowlton, N. & Polovina, J. & Rabalais, N.N. & Sydeman, W.J. & Talley, L.D.
- 160-166 Transferable quotas, efficiency and crew ownership in Whalsay, Shetland
by Cardwell, Emma & Gear, Robert
- 167-175 Values, images, and principles: What they represent and how they may improve fisheries governance
by Song, Andrew M. & Chuenpagdee, Ratana & Jentoft, Svein
- 176-186 Communicating environmental information to the stakeholders in coastal and marine policy-making: Case studies from Nova Scotia and the Gulf of Maine/Bay of Fundy region
by Soomai, Suzuette S. & MacDonald, Bertrum H. & Wells, Peter G.
- 187-193 Chinese fisheries enforcement: Environmental and strategic implications
by Goldstein, Lyle J.
- 194-204 Global catches, exploitation rates, and rebuilding options for sharks
by Worm, Boris & Davis, Brendal & Kettemer, Lisa & Ward-Paige, Christine A. & Chapman, Demian & Heithaus, Michael R. & Kessel, Steven T. & Gruber, Samuel H.
2013, Volume 39, Issue C
- 1-10 A conceptual process-based reference model for collaboratively managing recreational scuba diving in Kenting National Park
by Ku, Kuo-Cheng & Chen, Tsen-Chien
- 11-20 Setting the stage for marine spatial planning: Ecological and social data collation and analyses in Canada's Pacific waters
by Ban, Natalie C. & Bodtker, Karin M. & Nicolson, David & Robb, Carolyn K. & Royle, Krista & Short, Charlie
- 21-28 The role of law in shark-based eco-tourism: Lessons from Australia
by Techera, Erika J. & Klein, Natalie
- 29-42 Moving beyond a top-down fisheries management approach in the northwestern Mediterranean: Some lessons from the Philippines
by Arceo, Hazel O. & Cazalet, Bertrand & Aliño, Porfirio M. & Mangialajo, Luisa & Francour, Patrice
- 43-52 Rebuilding EU fish stocks and fisheries, a process under way?
by Cardinale, M. & Dörner, H. & Abella, A. & Andersen, J.L. & Casey, J. & Döring, R. & Kirkegaard, E. & Motova, A. & Anderson, J. & Simmonds, E.J. & Stransky, C.
- 53-55 Rio+20 and the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy in Europe
by Froese, Rainer & Quaas, Martin
- 56-63 Women and fisheries: Contribution to food security and local economies
by Harper, Sarah & Zeller, Dirk & Hauzer, Melissa & Pauly, Daniel & Sumaila, Ussif Rashid
- 64-71 Monitoring, control and surveillance of protected areas and specially managed areas in the marine domain
by Miller, Denzil G.M. & Slicer, Natasha M. & Hanich, Quentin
- 72-86 Pathways of integrated coastal management from national policy to local implementation: Enabling climate change adaptation
by Celliers, L. & Rosendo, S. & Coetzee, I. & Daniels, G.
- 87-93 Human rights and neo-liberalism in small-scale fisheries: Conjoined priorities and processes
by Ruddle, Kenneth & Davis, Anthony
- 94-100 Mariculture: A global analysis of production trends since 1950
by Campbell, Brooke & Pauly, Daniel
- 101-111 Scientists’ prioritization of global coastal research questions
by Rudd, Murray A. & Lawton, Ricky N.
- 112-119 Using conservation as a tool to resolve conflict: Establishing the Piran–Savudrija international Marine Peace Park
by Mackelworth, Peter & Holcer, Draško & Lazar, Bojan
- 120-127 From behind the Great Wall: The development of statistics on the marine economy in China
by Song, Wei Ling & He, Guang Shun & McIlgorm, Alistair
- 128-134 Co-management and adaptive co-management: Two modes of governance in a Honduran marine protected area
by Bown, Natalie K. & Gray, Tim S. & Stead, Selina M.
- 135-143 Middlemen, informal trading and its linkages with IUU fishing activities in the port of Progreso, Mexico
by Pedroza, Carmen
- 144-153 Whether to employ trade controls or fisheries management to conserve precious corals (Coralliidae) in the Northern Pacific Ocean
by Chang, Shui-Kai & Yang, Ya-Ching & Iwasaki, Nozomu
- 154-161 The economic importance of the Icelandic fisheries cluster—Understanding the role of fisheries in a small economy
by Sigfusson, Thor & Arnason, Ragnar & Morrissey, Karyn
- 162-171 Managing the offshore and coastal fisheries in Taiwan to achieve sustainable development using policy indicators
by Liu, Wen-Hong
- 172-181 A bio-economic analysis of harvest control rules for the Northeast Arctic cod fishery
by Eikeset, Anne Maria & Richter, Andries P. & Dankel, Dorothy J. & Dunlop, Erin S. & Heino, Mikko & Dieckmann, Ulf & Stenseth, Nils Chr.
- 182-190 The emerging policy landscape for marine spatial planning in Europe
by Qiu, Wanfei & Jones, Peter J.S.
- 191-200 Coastal biodiversity management in Japanese satoumi
by Berque, Joannès & Matsuda, Osamu
- 201-214 The five offshore drilling rig markets
by Kaiser, Mark J. & Snyder, Brian
- 215-223 Evaluating marine protected areas for managing marine resource conflict in Hawaii
by Stevenson, Todd C. & Tissot, Brian N.
- 224-233 The impact of climate change on prawn postlarvae fishing in coastal Bangladesh: Socioeconomic and ecological perspectives
by Ahmed, Nesar & Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna & Muir, James F.
- 234-240 Marine protected areas: Re-thinking their inception
by Chuenpagdee, Ratana & Pascual-Fernández, Jose J. & Szeliánszky, Emese & Luis Alegret, Juan & Fraga, Julia & Jentoft, Svein
- 241-247 Crisis sentinel indicators: Averting a potential meltdown in the Coral Triangle
by Cabral, Reniel & Cruz-Trinidad, Annabelle & Geronimo, Rollan & Napitupulu, Lydia & Lokani, Paul & Boso, Delvene & Casal, Christine Marie & Ahmad Fatan, Nurulhuda & Aliño, Porfirio
- 248-256 Impacts of the Moreton Bay Marine Park rezoning on commercial fishermen
by van de Geer, Casper & Mills, Morena & Adams, Vanessa M. & Pressey, Robert L. & McPhee, Daryl
- 257-264 Norwegian–Russian cooperation on oil-spill response in the Barents Sea
by Sydnes, Are Kristoffer & Sydnes, Maria
- 265-272 Sea use management using a hybrid operational model: Taiwan’s experience
by Shiau, Tzay-An
- 273-282 Rising to the integration ambitions of Marine Spatial Planning: Reflections from the Irish Sea
by Kidd, Sue
- 283-288 Extent and implications of IUU catch in Mexico's marine fisheries
by Cisneros-Montemayor, Andrés M. & Cisneros-Mata, Miguel A. & Harper, Sarah & Pauly, Daniel
- 289-295 Marine conservation science and governance in North–West Europe: Conservation planning and international law and policy
by Metcalfe, Kristian & Roberts, Thomas & Smith, Robert J. & Harrop, Stuart R.
- 296-302 Strategic environmental assessment opportunities and risks for Arctic offshore energy planning and development
by Noble, Bram & Ketilson, Skye & Aitken, Alec & Poelzer, Greg
- 303-313 Assessing the effects of moving to maximum economic yield effort level in the western rock lobster fishery of Western Australia
by Reid, Chris & Caputi, Nick & de Lestang, Simon & Stephenson, Peter
- 314-316 Swimming with whales in Tonga: Sustainable use or threatening process?
by Kessler, Megan & Harcourt, Robert & Heller, Gillian
- 317-321 Illegal shark fishing in the Galápagos Marine Reserve
by Carr, Lindsey A. & Stier, Adrian C. & Fietz, Katharina & Montero, Ignacio & Gallagher, Austin J. & Bruno, John F.
- 322-332 Scalar reorganisation of marine governance in Europe? The implementation of the marine strategy framework directive in Spain, Portugal and Germany
by Thiel, Andreas
- 333-340 Stability of cooperative management of the Pacific sardine fishery under climate variability
by Ishimura, Gakushi & Herrick, Samuel & Sumaila, Ussif Rashid
- 341-348 Effective practice in marine spatial planning: A participatory evaluation of experience in Southern England
by Fletcher, Stephen & McKinley, Emma & Buchan, Kenneth C. & Smith, Ness & McHugh, Karen
- 349-351 Marine monitoring in the European Union: How to fulfill the requirements for the marine strategy framework directive in an efficient and integrated way
by Zampoukas, Nikolaos & Piha, Henna & Bigagli, Emanuele & Hoepffner, Nicolas & Hanke, Georg & Cardoso, Ana Cristina
- 352-360 Benefits and opportunity costs of Australia's Coral Sea marine protected area: A precautionary tale
by Hunt, Colin
- 361-364 Management hurdles for sustainable harvesting of Corallium rubrum
by Tsounis, Georgios & Rossi, Sergio & Bramanti, Lorenzo & Santangelo, Giovanni
2013, Volume 38, Issue C
- 1-7 Status of Kuwait's fishery resources: Assessment and perspective
by Al-Zaidan, Amani S.Y. & Al-Mohanna, Salim Y. & George, Preeta
- 8-15 Eco-labeling seafood: Addressing impacts to vulnerable seafloor species, communities, habitats and ecosystems in data-poor regions
by Heupel, Eric & Auster, Peter J.
- 16-24 A method for incorporating climate change modelling into marine conservation planning: An Indo-west Pacific example
by Levy, Jessica S. & Ban, Natalie C.
- 25-40 On the environmental effectiveness of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive
by Bertram, Christine & Rehdanz, Katrin
- 41-44 The value of line-caught and other attributes: An exploration of price premiums for chilled fish in UK supermarkets
by Sogn-Grundvåg, Geir & Larsen, Thomas A. & Young, James A.
- 45-53 Enforcement and compliance trends under IFQ management in the Gulf of Mexico commercial reef fish fishery
by Porter, Read D. & Jylkka, Zachary & Swanson, Greta
- 54-64 Institutional stability and change in the Baltic Sea: 30 years of issues, crises and solutions
by Valman, Matilda
- 65-71 Investing in nature: Restoring coastal habitat blue infrastructure and green job creation
by Edwards, P.E.T. & Sutton-Grier, A.E. & Coyle, G.E.
- 72-79 How supportive are existing national legal regimes for multi-use marine spatial planning?—The South African case
by Taljaard, Susan & van Niekerk, Lara
- 80-89 Evaluating tradeoffs among ecosystem services to inform marine spatial planning
by Lester, Sarah E. & Costello, Christopher & Halpern, Benjamin S. & Gaines, Steven D. & White, Crow & Barth, John A.
- 90-98 Spatially explicit economic assessment of cultural ecosystem services: Non-extractive recreational uses of the coastal environment related to marine biodiversity
by Ruiz-Frau, A. & Hinz, H. & Edwards-Jones, G. & Kaiser, M.J.
- 99-108 China's distant water fishing industry: Evolving policies and implications
by Mallory, Tabitha Grace
- 109-115 Strictly for the birds?
by Hannesson, Rögnvaldur
- 116-123 Reflections on the position of the major maritime powers with respect to the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001
by Dromgoole, Sarah
- 124-132 Fishing in muddy waters: Exploring the conditions for effective governance of fisheries and aquaculture
by Kalfagianni, Agni & Pattberg, Philipp
- 133-139 The integration of nature conservation into the marine spatial planning process
by Kyriazi, Zacharoula & Maes, Frank & Rabaut, Marijn & Vincx, Magda & Degraer, Steven
- 140-150 International, regional and national commitments meet local implementation: A case study of marine conservation in Northern Ireland
by Yates, K.L. & Payo Payo, A. & Schoeman, D.S.
- 151-162 Spatiotemporal modelling for policy analysis: Application to sustainable management of whale-watching activities
by Chion, Clément & Cantin, Guy & Dionne, Suzan & Dubeau, Benoit & Lamontagne, Philippe & Landry, Jacques-André & Marceau, Danielle & Martins, Cristiane C.A. & Ménard, Nadia & Michaud, Robert & Parrott, Lael & Turgeon, Samuel
- 163-173 An evaluation of self-governance in the New Zealand Bluff oyster fishery—A modelling approach
by Yang, Yu Wen & Fu, Dan & Cullen, Ross
- 174-183 Food security and the Coral Triangle Initiative
by Foale, Simon & Adhuri, Dedi & Aliño, Porfiro & Allison, Edward H. & Andrew, Neil & Cohen, Philippa & Evans, Louisa & Fabinyi, Michael & Fidelman, Pedro & Gregory, Christopher & Stacey, Natasha & Tanzer, John & Weeratunge, Nireka
- 184-194 A comparison of zoning analyses to inform the planning of a marine protected area network in Raja Ampat, Indonesia
by Grantham, Hedley S. & Agostini, Vera N. & Wilson, Joanne & Mangubhai, Sangeeta & Hidayat, Nur & Muljadi, Andreas & Muhajir, & Rotinsulu, Chris & Mongdong, Meity & Beck, Michael W. & Possingham, Hugh P.
- 195-204 Institutional entrepreneurs, global networks, and the emergence of international institutions for ecosystem-based management: The Coral Triangle Initiative
by Rosen, Franciska & Olsson, Per
- 205-213 Interactions between aquaculture and fisheries
by Natale, Fabrizio & Hofherr, Johann & Fiore, Gianluca & Virtanen, Jarno
- 214-227 Practical tools to support marine spatial planning: A review and some prototype tools
by Stelzenmüller, Vanessa & Lee, Janette & South, Andy & Foden, Jo & Rogers, Stuart I.
- 228-234 Fisheries quota allocation: Laboratory experiments on simultaneous and combinatorial auctions
by Tisdell, J.G. & Iftekhar, Md Sayed
- 235-245 Improving fisheries co-management through ecosystem-based spatial management: The Galapagos Marine Reserve
by Castrejón, Mauricio & Charles, Anthony