January 2012, Volume 36, Issue 1
- 78-89 The evolution of legal instruments and the sustainability of the Peruvian anchovy fishery
by Arias Schreiber, Milena
- 90-95 Discard mitigation - what we can learn from waste minimization practices in other natural resources?
by Stockhausen, B. & Officer, R.A. & Scott, R.
- 96-102 Evaluation framework for regulatory requirements related to data recording and traceability designed to prevent illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing
by Borit, Melania & Olsen, Petter
- 103-107 Cost-benefit evaluation of using biodiesel as an alternative fuel for fishing boats in Taiwan
by Lin, Cherng-Yuan & Huang, Tsan-Huang
- 108-112 Spatial management of small-scale fisheries on the west coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico
by Ramírez-Rodríguez, Mauricio & Ojeda-Ruíz, Miguel Ángel
- 113-121 Offshore wind decommissioning regulations and workflows in the Outer Continental Shelf United States
by Kaiser, Mark J. & Snyder, Brian
- 122-131 Are input controls required in individual transferable quota fisheries to address ecosystem based fisheries management objectives?
by Emery, Timothy J. & Green, Bridget S. & Gardner, Caleb & Tisdell, John
- 132-141 Politics and independent scientific advice in RFMO processes: A case study of crossing boundaries
by Polacheck, Tom
- 142-152 The Global Seafood Market Performance Index: A theoretical proposal and potential empirical applications
by Villasante, Sebastián & Rodríguez, David & Antelo, Manel & Quaas, Martin & Österblom, Henrik
- 153-164 Modeling the decommissioning cost of offshore wind development on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf
by Kaiser, Mark J. & Snyder, Brian
- 165-173 Greening international shipping through private governance: A case study of the Clean Shipping Project
by Wuisan, Lindsey & van Leeuwen, Judith & (Kris) van Koppen, C.S.A.
- 174-179 An overview of Fiji's fisheries development
by DeMers, Amanda & Kahui, Viktoria
- 180-188 Environmental assessment of frozen common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) captured by Spanish fishing vessels in the Mauritanian EEZ
by Vázquez-Rowe, Ian & Moreira, María Teresa & Feijoo, Gumersindo
- 189-197 Analysis of the economic benefits associated with the recovery of threatened marine mammal species in the Canadian St. Lawrence Estuary
by Boxall, P.C. & Adamowicz, W.L. & Olar, M. & West, G.E. & Cantin, G.
- 198-205 Near-term priorities for the science, policy and practice of Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP)
by Halpern, Benjamin S. & Diamond, Jordan & Gaines, Steve & Gelcich, Stefan & Gleason, Mary & Jennings, Simon & Lester, Sarah & Mace, Amber & McCook, Laurence & McLeod, Karen & Napoli, Nicholas & Rawson, Kit & Rice, Jake & Rosenberg, Andrew & Ruckelshaus, Mary & Saier, Bettina & Sandifer, Paul & Scholz, Astrid & Zivian, Anna
- 206-213 Challenging spatial and seasonal distribution of fish landings--Experiences from vertically integrated trawlers and delivery obligations in Norway
by Hermansen, Øystein & Isaksen, John R. & Dreyer, Bent
- 214-217 Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Service Valuation Database (GecoServ): Gathering ecosystem services valuation studies to promote their inclusion in the decision-making process
by Plantier-Santos, Carlota & Carollo, Cristina & Yoskowitz, David W.
- 218-225 Unreported fishing, hungry people and political turmoil: the recipe for a food security crisis in Madagascar?
by Le Manach, Frédéric & Gough, Charlotte & Harris, Alasdair & Humber, Frances & Harper, Sarah & Zeller, Dirk
- 226-234 Responses and adaptation strategies of commercial and charter fishers to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
by Lédée, Elodie J.I. & Sutton, Stephen G. & Tobin, Renae C. & De Freitas, Debora M.
- 235-240 Why is the Eastern Baltic cod recovering?
by Eero, Margit & Köster, Friedrich W. & Vinther, Morten
- 241-245 Applicability of Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs) in Japanese fisheries: A comparison of rights-based fisheries management in Iceland, Japan, and United States
by Yagi, Nobuyuki & Clark, Michael L. & Anderson, Lee G. & Arnason, Ragnar & Metzner, Rebecca
- 246-257 The role of stakeholders in the marine planning process--Stakeholder analysis within the Solent, United Kingdom
by Maguire, Bernadine & Potts, Jonathan & Fletcher, Stephen
- 258-264 Are Speed Restriction Zones an effective management tool for minimising impacts of boats on dolphins in an Australian marine park?
by Steckenreuter, Andre & Harcourt, Robert & Möller, Luciana
- 265-271 A roadmap for marine spatial planning: A critical examination of the European Commission's guiding principles based on their application in the Clyde MSP Pilot Project
by Flannery, Wesley & Ó Cinnéide, Micheál
- 272-277 Evaluation of a bycatch reduction technology by fishermen: A case study from Sicily
by Piovano, Susanna & Basciano, Giovanni & Swimmer, Yonat & Giacoma, Cristina
- 278-285 Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico
by Cinner, J.E. & Basurto, Xavier & Fidelman, Pedro & Kuange, John & Lahari, Rachael & Mukminin, Ahmad
- 286-296 Enabling people to create change: Capacity building for Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) implementation in Southern Africa
by Okes, Nicola C. & Petersen, Samantha & McDaid, Liziwe & Basson, Janine
- 297-302 Perspectives for implementing fisheries certification in developing countries
by Pérez-Ramírez, Mónica & Phillips, Bruce & Lluch-Belda, Daniel & Lluch-Cota, Salvador
- 303-306 New metrics for managing and sustaining the ocean's bounty
by Tallis, Heather & Lester, Sarah E. & Ruckelshaus, Mary & Plummer, Mark & McLeod, Karen & Guerry, Anne & Andelman, Sandy & Caldwell, Margaret R. & Conte, Marc & Copps, Stephen & Fox, David & Fujita, Rod & Gaines, Steven D. & Gelfenbaum, Guy & Gold, Barry & Kareiva, Peter & Kim, Choong-ki & Lee, Kai & Papenfus, Michael & Redman, Scott & Silliman, Brian & Wainger, Lisa & White, Crow
December 2011, Volume 35, Issue 6
- 737-738 Editorial: Reflections from Ireland
by Cummins, Valerie Anne & Kopke, Kathrin
- 739-747 Attainment of ecosystem based governance in European waters--A State property rights regime approach for Ireland
by Mellett, M. & Curtin, C. & Hennessey, T. & O'Hagan, A.M.
- 748-755 The conservation of seals in Irish waters: How research informs policy
by Cronin, M.A.
- 756-763 The rise and fall of the Irish orange roughy fishery: An economic analysis
by Foley, Naomi S. & van Rensburg, Tom M. & Armstrong, Claire W.
- 764-771 Improving the recreational value of Ireland's coastal resources: A contingent behavioural application
by Barry, Luke & van Rensburg, Tom M. & Hynes, Stephen
- 772-783 The existing law and policy framework for ocean energy development in Ireland
by O'Hagan, A.M. & Lewis, A.W.
- 784-793 Towards climate adaptation and coastal governance in Ireland: Integrated architecture for effective management?
by Falaleeva, Maria & O'Mahony, Cathal & Gray, Stefan & Desmond, Margaret & Gault, Jeremy & Cummins, Valerie
- 794-799 Progress in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) in Northern Ireland
by Cooper, J.A.G.
- 800-809 Preparedness of key coastal and marine sectors in Ireland to adapt to climate change
by Kopke, Kathrin & O'Mahony, Cathal
- 810-818 Irish estuaries: Water quality status and monitoring implications under the water framework directive
by Hartnett, Michael & Wilson, James G. & Nash, Stephen
2011, Volume 35, Issue 5
- 560-567 A broad-scale assessment of the risk to coastal seagrasses from cumulative threats
by Grech, A. & Coles, R. & Marsh, H.
July 2011, Volume 35, Issue 4
- 427-429 The human dimensions of marine mammal management in a time of rapid change: comparing policies in Canada, Finland and the United States
by Lovecraft, Amy Lauren & Meek, Chanda L.
- 430-439 Putting the US polar bear debate into context: The disconnect between old policy and new problems
by Meek, Chanda L.
- 440-449 Marine mammal co-management in Canada's Arctic: Knowledge co-production for learning and adaptive capacity
by Dale, Aaron & Armitage, Derek
- 450-456 Co-existence of seals and fisheries? Adaptation of a coastal fishery for recovery of the Baltic grey seal
by Varjopuro, Riku
- 457-465 Polar bear management, sport hunting and Inuit subsistence at Clyde River, Nunavut
by Wenzel, George W.
- 466-476 Adaptive governance and the human dimensions of marine mammal management: Implications for policy in a changing North
by Meek, Chanda L. & Lauren Lovecraft, Amy & Varjopuro, Riku & Dowsley, Martha & Dale, Aaron T.
- 477-482 Shifting baselines in scientific publications: A case study using cetacean research
by Rose, N.A. & Janiger, D. & Parsons, E.C.M. & Stachowitsch, M.
- 483-488 Ten guiding principles for the delineation of priority habitat for endangered small cetaceans
by Ross, Peter S. & Barlow, Jay & Jefferson, Thomas A. & Hickie, Brendan E. & Lee, Tatiana & MacFarquhar, Christina & Christien Parsons, E. & Riehl, Kimberly N. & Rose, Naomi A. & Slooten, Elisabeth & Tsai, Chia-Yang & Wang, John Y. & Wright, Andrew J. & Chu Yang, Shih
- 489-495 Net economic effects of achieving maximum economic yield in fisheries
by Norman-López, Ana & Pascoe, Sean
- 496-507 Determining policy-efficient management strategies in fisheries using data envelopment analysis (DEA)
by Griffin, Wade L. & Woodward, Richard T.
- 508-518 Using existing scientific capacity to set targets for ecosystem-based management: A Puget Sound case study
by Samhouri, Jameal F. & Levin, Phillip S. & Andrew James, C. & Kershner, Jessi & Williams, Greg
- 519-527 The hard choices of sustainability
by Standal, Dag & Utne, Ingrid Bouwer
- 528-535 Producing nature and enacting difference in ecosystem-based fisheries management: An example from the Northeastern US
by Olson, Julia
- 536-541 Political parties and marine pollution policy: Exploring the case of Germany
by Tosun, Jale
- 542-548 Direct marketing strategies: The rise of community supported fishery programs
by Brinson, Ayeisha & Lee, Min-Yang & Rountree, Barbara
- 549-556 Northern opportunities: A strategic review of Canada's Arctic icebreaking services
by Parsons, James & Dinwoodie, John & Roe, Michael
May 2011, Volume 35, Issue 3
- 271-285 Emerging fisheries, emerging fishery interactions with sea turtles: A case study of the large-mesh gillnet fishery for flounder in Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA
by Byrd, Barbie L. & Hohn, Aleta A. & Godfrey, Matthew H.
- 286-298 Spatial characterization of marine recreational boating: Exploring the use of an on-the-water questionnaire for a case study in the Pacific Northwest
by Gray, Darcy L. & Canessa, Rosaline R. & Peter Keller, C. & Dearden, Philip & Rollins, Rick B.
- 299-308 Exploring ecological changes in Cook Inlet beluga whale habitat though traditional and local ecological knowledge of contributing factors for population decline
by Carter, Brian T.G. & Nielsen, Erik A.
- 309-316 Commercial fisheries closures in marine protected areas on Canada's Pacific coast: The exception, not the rule
by Robb, Carolyn K. & Bodtker, Karin M. & Wright, Kim & Lash, Jennifer
- 317-323 Perceptions and costs of seal impacts on Atlantic salmon fisheries in the Moray Firth, Scotland: Implications for the adaptive co-management of seal-fishery conflict
by Butler, James R.A. & Middlemas, Stuart J. & Graham, Isla M. & Harris, Robert N.
- 324-334 Planning the sea: The French experience. Contribution to marine spatial planning perspectives
by Trouillet, Brice & Guineberteau, Thierry & de Cacqueray, Mathilde & Rochette, Julien
- 335-342 Small state, maritime great power? Norway's strategies for influencing the maritime policy of the European Union
by Wegge, Njord
- 343-350 Contextual factors influencing sustainable fisheries in Mexico
by Espinoza-Tenorio, Alejandro & Espejel, Ileana & Wolff, Matthias & Alberto Zepeda-Domínguez, José
- 351-362 Marine management for human development: A review of two decades of scholarly evidence
by Carneiro, Gonçalo
- 363-370 Integrating science into management: Ecological carrying capacity of bivalve shellfish aquaculture
by Byron, Carrie & Bengtson, David & Costa-Pierce, Barry & Calanni, John
- 371-378 Policy and practice in the live reef fish for food trade: A case study from Palawan, Philippines
by Fabinyi, Michael & Dalabajan, Dante
- 379-388 Outside the law? Analyzing policy gaps in addressing fishers' migration in East Africa
by Crona, B. & Rosendo, S.
- 389-398 The Norwegian plan for integrated ecosystem-based management of the marine environment in the Norwegian Sea
by Ottersen, Geir & Olsen, Erik & van der Meeren, Gro I. & Dommasnes, Are & Loeng, Harald
- 399-404 The uncertainties of precaution: Zero discharges in the Barents Sea
by Knol, Maaike
- 405-412 More than just access to fish: The pros and cons of fisher participation in a customary marine tenure (Padu) system under pressure
by Coulthard, Sarah
- 413-418 Wild and farmed salmon in Norway--A review
by Liu, Yajie & Olaf Olaussen, Jon & Skonhoft, Anders
- 419-425 Navigating a complex policy system--Explaining local divergences in Swedish fish stocking policy
by Sandström, Annica
March 2011, Volume 35, Issue 2
- 95-104 The role of international environmental instruments in enhancing transboundary marine protected areas: An approach in East Africa
by Guerreiro, José & Chircop, Aldo & Dzidzornu, David & Grilo, Catarina & Ribeiro, Raquel & van der Elst, Rudy & Viras, Ana
- 105-115 The role of local Government in marine spatial planning and management in Taiwan
by Liu, Wen-Hong & Wu, Chin-Cheng & Jhan, Hao-Tang & Ho, Ching-Hsien
- 116-121 Application of a vessel monitoring system to advance sustainable fisheries management--Benefits received in Taiwan
by Chang, Shui-Kai
- 122-129 Quota discarding and distributive justice: The case of the under-10 m fishing fleet in Sussex, England
by Gray, Tim & Korda, R.C. & Stead, Selina & Jones, Estelle
- 130-139 Solving complex fisheries management problems: What the EU can learn from the Nordic experiences of reduction of discards
by Petter Johnsen, Jahn & Eliasen, Søren
- 140-147 Estimating global discards and their potential reduction for the Galician fishing fleet (NW Spain)
by Vázquez-Rowe, Ian & Moreira, M Teresa & Feijoo, Gumersindo
- 148-154 Replacing purse seining with pole-and-line fishing in the central and Western Pacific: Some aspects of the baitfish requirements
by Gillett, Robert
- 155-162 Key challenges for maritime governance in West Africa: Fishery-based lessons from Guinea and Mauritania
by Trouillet, B. & Guineberteau, T. & Bernardon, M. & Le Roux, S.
- 163-180 Factors to consider in evaluating the management and conservation effectiveness of a whale sanctuary to protect and conserve the North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis)
by Hinch, Patricia R. & De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 181-188 Natura 2000 and the European Common Fisheries Policy
by Fock, Heino O.
- 189-200 The 1995 FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries: Adopting, implementing or scoring results?
by Hosch, Gilles & Ferraro, Gianluca & Failler, Pierre
- 201-207 IMO legislation and its implementation: Accident risk, vessel deficiencies and national administrative practices
by Knudsen, Olav F. & Hassler, Björn
- 208-217 A review of international, regional and national biosecurity risk assessment frameworks
by Dahlstrom, Alisha & Hewitt, Chad L. & Campbell, Marnie L.
- 218-225 Trust relationships between fishers and government: New challenges for the co-management arrangements in the Dutch flatfish industry
by de Vos, Birgit I. & van Tatenhove, Jan P.M.
- 226-232 Mind the gap: Addressing the shortcomings of marine protected areas through large scale marine spatial planning
by Agardy, Tundi & di Sciara, Giuseppe Notarbartolo & Christie, Patrick
- 233-240 Developing a long-term outlook for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A framework for adaptive management reporting underpinning an ecosystem-based management approach
by Dobbs, Kirstin & Day, Jon & Skeat, Hilary & Baldwin, John & Molloy, Fergus & McCook, Laurence & Johnson, Margaret & Elliot, Bruce & Skeat, Andrew & Vohland, Karen & Wachenfeld, David & Kenchington, Richard
- 241-248 Conservation in a complex management environment: The by-catch of sea turtles in North Carolina's commercial fisheries
by McClellan, Catherine M. & Read, Andrew J. & Cluse, Wendy M. & Godfrey, Matthew H.
- 249-251 The irony and the exclusivity of Atlantic bluefin tuna management
by Webster, D.G.
- 252-257 Are red tides affecting economically the commercialization of the Galician (NW Spain) mussel farming?
by Rodríguez Rodríguez, Gonzalo & Villasante, Sebastián & Carme García-Negro, María do
- 258-260 Fortress conservation at sea: A commentary on the Chagos marine protected area
by De Santo, E.M. & Jones, P.J.S. & Miller, A.M.M.
- 261-265 The diminishing age gap between polar cruisers and their ships: A new reason to codify the IMO Guidelines for ships operating in polar waters and make them mandatory?
by Brosnan, Ian G.
- 266-270 Historical ecology provides new insights for ecosystem management: eastern Baltic cod case study
by MacKenzie, Brian R. & Ojaveer, Henn & Eero, Margit
January 2011, Volume 35, Issue 1
- 1-9 Understanding the cost of establishing marine protected areas
by McCrea-Strub, Ashley & Zeller, Dirk & Rashid Sumaila, Ussif & Nelson, Jay & Balmford, Andrew & Pauly, Daniel
- 10-17 From catching to watching: Moving towards quality assurance of whale/dolphin watching tourism in Taiwan
by Chen, Chung-Ling
- 18-24 Engaging stakeholders in fisheries and marine research
by Mackinson, S. & Wilson, D.C. & Galiay, P. & Deas, B.
- 25-33 Choppy waters ahead in "a sea of peace cooperation and friendship"?: Slow progress towards the application of maritime joint development to the East China Sea
by Schofield, Clive H. & Townsend-Gault, Ian
- 34-38 Environmental justice implications of Maritime Spatial Planning in the European Union
by De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 39-49 Responses of the fishing sector to transitional constraints: From reactive to proactive change, Yucatan fisheries in Mexico
by Pedroza, Carmen & Salas, Silvia
- 50-62 Multi-stakeholder perspectives on the use and influence of "grey" scientific information in fisheries management
by Soomai, Suzuette S. & Wells, Peter G. & MacDonald, Bertrum H.
- 63-72 Cadastralizing or coordinating the clam commons: Can competing community and government visions of wild and farmed fisheries be reconciled?
by Pinkerton, Evelyn & Silver, Jennifer
- 73-78 Fragmented governance: Reconciling legal strategies for shark conservation and management
by Techera, Erika J. & Klein, Natalie
- 79-84 The sensitivity of long-term yield targets to changes in fishery age-selectivity
by Scott, Robert D. & Sampson, David B.
- 85-94 New Zealand's Treaty of Waitangi and the doctrine of discovery: Implications for the foreshore and seabed
by Bess, Randall
November 2010, Volume 34, Issue 6
- 1117-1124 Towards sustainable fisheries subsidies: Entering a new round of reform under the Common Fisheries Policy
by Markus, Till
- 1125-1134 A policy making framework for resilient port infrastructure systems
by Mansouri, Mo & Nilchiani, Roshanak & Mostashari, Ali
- 1135-1143 Socio-economic drivers and indicators for artisanal coastal fisheries in Pacific island countries and territories and their use for fisheries management strategies
by Kronen, Mecki & Vunisea, Aliti & Magron, Franck & McArdle, Brian
- 1144-1155 Differences in causal reasoning about resource dynamics and consequences for the participatory debate on North Sea fisheries
by Verweij, M.C. & van Densen, W.L.T.
- 1156-1162 Taiwan and China: A unique fisheries relationship
by Tseng, Huan-Sheng & Ou, Ching-Hsiewn
- 1163-1170 Small-scale fisheries and food security strategies in countries in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) region: Angola, Namibia and South Africa
by Sowman, Merle & Cardoso, Paula
- 1171-1177 Developing a framework for displaced fishing effort programs in marine protected areas
by Sen, Sevaly
- 1178-1182 Designed for failure: A critique of the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Union
by Khalilian, Setareh & Froese, Rainer & Proelss, Alexander & Requate, Till
- 1183-1195 What factors affect the decision making process when setting TACs?: The case of Chilean fisheries
by Leal, Carlos P. & Quiñones, Renato A. & Chávez, Carlos
- 1196-1202 Application of participatory principles to investigation of the natural world: An example from Chile
by Schumann, Sarah
- 1203-1206 Marine ecosystem management: Fish abundance and size under exploitation
by Horwood, Joe
- 1207-1214 Recontextualising inshore fisheries: The changing face of British inshore fisheries management
by Phillipson, Jeremy & Symes, David
- 1215-1225 Whose sustainability? Top-down participation and emergent rules in marine protected area management in Indonesia
by Glaser, Marion & Baitoningsih, Wasistini & Ferse, Sebastian C.A. & Neil, Muhammad & Deswandi, Rio
- 1226-1238 An Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management framework: the efficient, regional-level planning tool for management agencies
by Fletcher, W.J. & Shaw, J. & Metcalf, S.J. & Gaughan, D.J.
- 1239-1248 The case for an international commission for the conservation and management of sharks (ICCMS)
by Herndon, Andrew & Gallucci, Vincent F. & DeMaster, Douglas & Burke, William
- 1249-1260 Risk identification and perception in the fisheries sector: Comparisons between the Faroes, Greece, Iceland and UK
by Tingley, Diana & Ásmundsson, Jóhann & Borodzicz, Edward & Conides, Alexis & Drakeford, Ben & Rúnar E[eth]var[eth]sson, Ingi & Holm, Dennis & Kapiris, Kostas & Kuikka, Sakari & Mortensen, Bogi
- 1261-1267 A history of breaking laws--Social dynamics of non-compliance in Vietnamese marine fisheries
by Boonstra, Wiebren J. & Bach Dang, Nguyen
- 1268-1272 Fisheries rent creation and distribution--the imaginary case of Codland
by Flaaten, Ola
- 1273-1278 The global potential for whale watching
by Cisneros-Montemayor, A.M. & Sumaila, U.R. & Kaschner, K. & Pauly, D.
- 1279-1289 Fishing in the past: Historical data on sea fisheries landings in Belgium
by Lescrauwaet, Ann-Katrien & Debergh, Heidi & Vincx, Magda & Mees, Jan
- 1290-1299 Making the ecosystem approach operational--Can regime shifts in ecological- and governance systems facilitate the transition?
by Österblom, H. & Gårdmark, A. & Bergström, L. & Müller-Karulis, B. & Folke, C. & Lindegren, M. & Casini, M. & Olsson, P. & Diekmann, R. & Blenckner, T. & Humborg, C. & Möllmann, C.
- 1300-1306 Marine protected areas in Japan: Institutional background and management framework
by Yagi, Nobuyuki & Takagi, Akira P. & Takada, Yukiko & Kurokura, Hisashi
- 1307-1314 Exploring fishing dependence in gulf coast communities
by Jacob, Steve & Weeks, Priscilla & Blount, Benjamin G. & Jepson, Michael
- 1315-1321 Pyramids and roses: Alternative images for the governance of fisheries systems
by Jentoft, Svein & Chuenpagdee, Ratana & Bundy, Alida & Mahon, Robin
- 1322-1334 Insights from the users to improve fisheries performance: Fishers' knowledge and attitudes on fisheries policies in Bahía de Kino, Gulf of California, Mexico
by Cinti, A. & Shaw, W. & Torre, J.
- 1335-1340 Using Memoranda of Understanding to facilitate marine management in Canada
by McCrimmon, Donald & Fanning, Lucia
- 1341-1349 Marine spatial planning: Lessons learned from the Portuguese debate
by Calado, H. & Ng, K. & Johnson, D. & Sousa, L. & Phillips, M. & Alves, F.
- 1350-1356 Aligning tourist, industry and government expectations: A case study from the swim with whales industry in Tonga
by Kessler, Megan & Harcourt, Robert
- 1357-1365 Institutional and substantial uncertainty--Explaining the lack of adaptability in fish stocking policy
by Sandström, Annica
- 1366-1373 Sourcing seafood for the three major markets: The EU, Japan and the USA
by Swartz, Wilf & Rashid Sumaila, U. & Watson, Reg & Pauly, D.
- 1374-1380 Charting the territory: Exploring stakeholder reactions to the prospect of seafloor exploration and mining in Australia
by Mason, Claire & Paxton, Gillian & Parr, Joanna & Boughen, Naomi
- 1381-1384 The 2010 tsunami in Chile: Devastation and survival of coastal small-scale fishing communities
by Marín, Andrés & Gelcich, Stefan & Araya, Gonzalo & Olea, Gonzalo & Espíndola, Miguel & Castilla, Juan C.
- 1385-1388 How U.S. ocean policy and market power can reform the coral reef wildlife trade
by Tissot, Brian N. & Best, Barbara A. & Borneman, Eric H. & Bruckner, Andrew W. & Cooper, Cara H. & D'Agnes, Heather & Fitzgerald, Timothy P. & Leland, Amanda & Lieberman, Susan & Mathews Amos, Amy & Sumaila, Rashid & Telecky, Teresa M. & McGilvray, Frazer & Plankis, Brian J. & Rhyne, Andrew L. & Roberts, Glynnis G. & Starkhouse, Benjamin & Stevenson, Todd C.
September 2010, Volume 34, Issue 5
- 821-830 Understanding marine ecosystem based management: A literature review
by Curtin, Richard & Prellezo, Raúl
- 831-835 Environmental, legal and social implications of ocean urea fertilization: Sulu sea example
by Mayo-Ramsay, Julia
- 836-843 Scientific inference and experiment in Ecosystem Based Fishery Management, with application to Steller sea lions in the Bering Sea and Western Gulf of Alaska
by Mangel, Marc
- 844-850 Impacts of unconstrained effort: Lessons from a rock lobster (Jasus edwardsii) fishery decline in the northern zone management region of South Australia
by Linnane, Adrian & Sloan, Sean & McGarvey, Richard & Ward, Tim
- 851-858 Network approach for understanding small-scale fisheries governance: The case of the Chilean coastal co-management system
by Marín, Andrés & Berkes, Fikret
- 859-867 Lease quota fishing in a changing rock lobster industry
by van Putten, Ingrid & Gardner, Caleb
- 868-875 The value of marine biodiversity to the leisure and recreation industry and its application to marine spatial planning
by Rees, Siân E. & Rodwell, Lynda D. & Attrill, Martin J. & Austen, Melanie C. & Mangi, Steven C.
- 876-886 Cumulative impact mapping: Advances, relevance and limitations to marine management and conservation, using Canada's Pacific waters as a case study
by Ban, Natalie C. & Alidina, Hussein M. & Ardron, Jeff A.
- 887-895 Changing trust relations within the Dutch fishing industry: The case of National Study Groups
by de Vos, Birgit I. & Mol, Arthur P.J.
- 896-910 Establishing a transboundary network of marine protected areas: Diplomatic and management options for the east African context
by Guerreiro, José & Chircop, Aldo & Grilo, Catarina & Viras, Ana & Ribeiro, Raquel & van der Elst, Rudy
- 911-918 Ocean iron fertilization: Why further research is needed
by Güssow, Kerstin & Proelss, Alexander & Oschlies, Andreas & Rehdanz, Katrin & Rickels, Wilfried
- 919-927 Governance characteristics of large marine ecosystems
by Mahon, Robin & Fanning, Lucia & McConney, Patrick & Pollnac, Richard
- 928-934 Institutions as facilities for change?: A study of the coherence between political regulations and innovations within the pelagic fisheries sector in Norway
by Jakobsen, Stig-Erik & Aarset, Bernt
- 935-942 The value of Pacific sardine as forage fish
by Hannesson, Rögnvaldur & Herrick Jr., Samuel F.
- 943-954 Forecasting the consequences of climate-driven shifts in human behavior on cetaceans
by Elizabeth Alter, S. & Simmonds, Mark P. & Brandon, John R.
- 955-966 Guiding ecological principles for marine spatial planning
by Foley, Melissa M. & Halpern, Benjamin S. & Micheli, Fiorenza & Armsby, Matthew H. & Caldwell, Margaret R. & Crain, Caitlin M. & Prahler, Erin & Rohr, Nicole & Sivas, Deborah & Beck, Michael W. & Carr, Mark H. & Crowder, Larry B. & Emmett Duffy, J. & Hacker, Sally D. & McLeod, Karen L. & Palumbi, Stephen R. & Peterson, Charles H. & Regan, Helen M. & Ruckelshaus, Mary H. & Sandifer, Paul A. & Steneck, Robert S.
- 967-978 Ocean governance in a competitive world. The BRIC countries as emerging maritime powers--building new geopolitical scenarios
by Suárez de Vivero, Juan L. & Rodríguez Mateos, Juan C.
- 979-987 The structure of tuna access agreements in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean: Lessons for Vessel Day Scheme planning
by Havice, Elizabeth
- 988-994 Introducing a transferable fishing day management regime for Pacific Island countries
by Shanks, Steven
- 995-1001 Keeping the lead: How to strengthen shark conservation and management policies in Canada
by Godin, Aurelie Cosandey & Worm, Boris
- 1002-1009 Precious coral fisheries management in Taiwan--Past, present & future
by Huang, Ming-Ho & Ou, Ching-Hsiewn
- 1010-1020 Rockfish in Puget Sound: An ecological history of exploitation
by Williams, Gregory D. & Levin, Phillip S. & Palsson, Wayne A.
- 1021-1027 Towards best environmental practice for cetacean conservation in developing Scotland's marine renewable energy
by Dolman, Sarah & Simmonds, Mark
- 1028-1035 Complementary roles of European and national institutions under the Common Fisheries Policy and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive
by Rätz, Hans-Joachim & Dörner, Hendrik & Scott, Robert & Barbas, Thomas
- 1036-1042 Failing the high seas: A global evaluation of regional fisheries management organizations
by Cullis-Suzuki, Sarika & Pauly, Daniel
- 1043-1050 Cost-effectiveness of the Baltic Sea Action Plan
by Elofsson, Katarina
- 1051-1059 The potential for dive tourism led entrepreneurial marine protected areas in Curacao
by de Groot, Jiska & Bush, Simon R.
- 1060-1067 Fishery management as a governance network: Examples from the Gulf of Maine and the potential for communication network analysis research in fisheries
by Hartley, Troy W.
- 1068-1075 Targeting European R&D for accidental marine pollution
by Garnacho, Eva & Law, Robin J. & Schallier, Ronny & Albaiges, Joan
- 1076-1081 Free form property rights for fisheries: The decentralized design of rights-based management through groundfish "sectors" in New England
by Holland, Daniel S. & Wiersma, Joshua
- 1082-1092 Scoping the effective marine environmental assessment of dredging and ocean disposal of coastal sediments in Korea
by Lee, Dae-In & Eom, Ki-Hyuk & Kim, Gui-Young & Baeck, Gun-Wook
- 1093-1102 Stakeholders' participation in the fisheries management decision-making process: Fishers' perceptions of participation
by Pita, Cristina & Pierce, Graham J. & Theodossiou, Ioannis
- 1103-1109 The promise and pitfalls of Marine Stewardship Council certification: Maine lobster as a case study
by Goyert, Wendy & Sagarin, Raphael & Annala, John
- 1110-1114 Ignoring market failure in quota leasing?
by Pinkerton, Evelyn & Edwards, Danielle N.
- 1115-1116 The cost-benefit ledger of quota leasing
by Davidson, Arthur
July 2010, Volume 34, Issue 4
- 739-741 Introduction: Coping with global change in marine social-ecological systems
by Ian Perry, R. & Ommer, Rosemary E.
- 742-751 Building adaptive capacity to climate variability: The case of artisanal fisheries in the estuary of the Patos Lagoon, Brazil
by Kalikoski, Daniela C. & Quevedo Neto, Pedro & Almudi, Tiago
- 752-760 Migration, resource management and global change: Experiences from fishing communities in West and Central Africa
by Njock, Jean-Calvin & Westlund, Lena
- 761-771 Middlemen, a critical social-ecological link in coastal communities of Kenya and Zanzibar
by Crona, Beatrice & Nyström, Magnus & Folke, Carl & Jiddawi, Narriman
- 772-781 Balancing science and society through establishing indicators for integrated coastal zone management in the Balearic Islands
by Diedrich, A. & Tintoré, J. & Navinés, F.
- 782-794 Transdisciplinary co-operation for an ecosystem approach to fisheries: A case study from the South African sardine fishery
by Paterson, B. & Isaacs, M. & Hara, M. & Jarre, A. & Moloney, C.L.
- 795-802 Distribution of the burden of fisheries regulations in Europe: The north/south divide
by Hadjimichael, Maria & Edwards-Jones, Gareth & Kaiser, Michel J.
- 803-809 Fisheries development in northeastern Asia in conjunction with changes in climate and social systems
by Kim, Suam
- 810-814 Resilience to change in two coastal communities: Using the maximum dexterity fleet
by Pitcher, Tony J. & Ainsworth, Cameron H.
- 815-820 Where do fishmeal and fish oil products come from? An analysis of the conversion ratios in the global fishmeal industry
by Péron, Guillaume & François Mittaine, Jean & Le Gallic, Bertrand
May 2010, Volume 34, Issue 3
- 353-359 Fuel use and greenhouse gas emission implications of fisheries management: the case of the new england atlantic herring fishery
by Driscoll, John & Tyedmers, Peter
- 360-366 The Hogarth initiative on the future of the International Whaling Commission
by Iliff, Mike
- 367-374 The importance of estimating the contribution of the oceans to national economies
by Kildow, J.T. & McIlgorm, A.
- 375-383 Impacts of climate variability and change on fishery-based livelihoods
by Badjeck, Marie-Caroline & Allison, Edward H. & Halls, Ashley S. & Dulvy, Nicholas K.
- 384-388 The trade in live Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins from Solomon Islands--A CITES decision implementation case study
by Parsons, E.C.M. & Rose, N.A. & Telecky, T.M.
- 389-394 Wealth-based fisheries management and resource rent capture: An application to the Maldives marine fisheries
by Sinan, Hussain & Whitmarsh, David
- 395-405 An improved methodology to measure flag performance for the shipping industry
by Perepelkin, Mihail & Knapp, Sabine & Perepelkin, German & de Pooter, Michiel
- 406-413 Impacts of tuna industries on coastal communities in Pacific Island countries
by Barclay, Kate
- 414-420 'Whose science?' Precaution and power-play in European marine environmental decision-making
by De Santo, Elizabeth M.
- 421-430 Marine protected areas--substantiating their worth
by Glenn, H. & Wattage, P. & Mardle, S. & Rensburg, T. Van & Grehan, A. & Foley, N.
- 431-436 A rejoinder to E. Pinkerton et al., the elephant in the room: The hidden costs of leasing individual transferable fishing quotas
by Turris, Bruce R.
- 437-446 Tropical shrimp trawl fisheries: Fishers' knowledge of and attitudes about a doomed fishery
by Foster, S.J. & Vincent, A.C.J.
- 447-452 Limitations of 1992CLC/FC and enactment of the Special Law on M/V Hebei Spirit incident in Korea
by Cho, Dong-Oh
- 453-460 Reclaiming the ancestral waters of indigenous peoples in the Philippines: The Tagbanua experience with fishing rights and indigenous rights
by Capistrano, Robert Charles G.
- 461-467 Contemporary initiatives on the future of the International Whaling Commission
by Iliff, Mike
- 468-476 Aggregate performance in managing marine ecosystems of 53 maritime countries
by Alder, Jacqueline & Cullis-Suzuki, Sarika & Karpouzi, Vasiliki & Kaschner, Kristin & Mondoux, Suzanne & Swartz, Wilf & Trujillo, Pablo & Watson, Reg & Pauly, Daniel