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Volume 36, issue 1, 2012

The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: Reconciling with existing management systems pp. 1-10 Downloads
Shankar Aswani, Patrick Christie, Nyawira A. Muthiga, Robin Mahon, Jurgenne H. Primavera, Lori A. Cramer, Edward B. Barbier, Elise F. Granek, Chris J. Kennedy, Eric Wolanski and Sally Hacker
Feasibility of ranching coastal cod (Gadus morhua) compared with on-growing, full-cycle farming and fishing pp. 11-17 Downloads
Jón E. Halldórsson, Björn Björnsson and Stefán B. Gunnlaugsson
The Spanish approach to marine spatial planning. Marine Strategy Framework Directive vs. EU Integrated Maritime Policy pp. 18-27 Downloads
Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero and Juan Carlos Rodríguez Mateos
Perceptions of occupational risk by US commercial fishermen pp. 28-33 Downloads
Mary E. Davis
Stakeholder perceptions of the northern Gulf of Mexico grouper and tilefish individual fishing quota program pp. 34-41 Downloads
Britni N. Tokotch, Christopher F. Meindl, Armando Hoare and Michael E. Jepson
Governing large-scale marine commons: Contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle pp. 42-53 Downloads
Pedro Fidelman, Louisa Evans, Michael Fabinyi, Simon Foale, Josh Cinner and Franciska Rosen
Trust in the fisheries scientific community pp. 54-72 Downloads
Helen Glenn, Diana Tingley, Sonia Sánchez Maroño, Dennis Holm, Laurence Kell, Gurpreet Padda, Ingi Runar Edvardsson, Johann Asmundsson, Alexis Conides, Kostas Kapiris, Mintewab Bezabih, Premachandra Wattage and Sakari Kuikka
The marine and coastal access act--A hornets' nest? pp. 73-77 Downloads
Tom Appleby and Peter J.S. Jones
The evolution of legal instruments and the sustainability of the Peruvian anchovy fishery pp. 78-89 Downloads
Milena Arias Schreiber
Discard mitigation - what we can learn from waste minimization practices in other natural resources? pp. 90-95 Downloads
B. Stockhausen, R.A. Officer and R. Scott
Evaluation framework for regulatory requirements related to data recording and traceability designed to prevent illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing pp. 96-102 Downloads
Melania Borit and Petter Olsen
Cost-benefit evaluation of using biodiesel as an alternative fuel for fishing boats in Taiwan pp. 103-107 Downloads
Cherng-Yuan Lin and Tsan-Huang Huang
Spatial management of small-scale fisheries on the west coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico pp. 108-112 Downloads
Mauricio Ramírez-Rodríguez and Miguel Ángel Ojeda-Ruíz
Offshore wind decommissioning regulations and workflows in the Outer Continental Shelf United States pp. 113-121 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and Brian Snyder
Are input controls required in individual transferable quota fisheries to address ecosystem based fisheries management objectives? pp. 122-131 Downloads
Timothy J. Emery, Bridget S. Green, Caleb Gardner and John G. Tisdell
Politics and independent scientific advice in RFMO processes: A case study of crossing boundaries pp. 132-141 Downloads
Tom Polacheck
The Global Seafood Market Performance Index: A theoretical proposal and potential empirical applications pp. 142-152 Downloads
Sebastian Villasante, David Rodríguez, Manel Antelo, Martin F. Quaas and Henrik Österblom
Modeling the decommissioning cost of offshore wind development on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf pp. 153-164 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and Brian Snyder
Greening international shipping through private governance: A case study of the Clean Shipping Project pp. 165-173 Downloads
Lindsey Wuisan, Judith van Leeuwen and (Kris) van Koppen, C.S.A.
An overview of Fiji's fisheries development pp. 174-179 Downloads
Amanda DeMers and Viktoria Kahui
Environmental assessment of frozen common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) captured by Spanish fishing vessels in the Mauritanian EEZ pp. 180-188 Downloads
Ian Vázquez-Rowe, María Teresa Moreira and Gumersindo Feijoo
Analysis of the economic benefits associated with the recovery of threatened marine mammal species in the Canadian St. Lawrence Estuary pp. 189-197 Downloads
Peter Charles Boxall, Wiktor Adamowicz, M. Olar, G.E. West and G. Cantin
Near-term priorities for the science, policy and practice of Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP) pp. 198-205 Downloads
Benjamin S. Halpern, Jordan Diamond, Steve Gaines, Stefan Gelcich, Mary Gleason, Simon Jennings, Sarah Lester, Amber Mace, Laurence McCook, Karen McLeod, Nicholas Napoli, Kit Rawson, Jake Rice, Andrew Rosenberg, Mary Ruckelshaus, Bettina Saier, Paul Sandifer, Astrid Scholz and Anna Zivian
Challenging spatial and seasonal distribution of fish landings--Experiences from vertically integrated trawlers and delivery obligations in Norway pp. 206-213 Downloads
Øystein Hermansen, John R. Isaksen and Bent Dreyer
Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Service Valuation Database (GecoServ): Gathering ecosystem services valuation studies to promote their inclusion in the decision-making process pp. 214-217 Downloads
Carlota Plantier-Santos, Cristina Carollo and David W. Yoskowitz
Unreported fishing, hungry people and political turmoil: the recipe for a food security crisis in Madagascar? pp. 218-225 Downloads
Frédéric Le Manach, Charlotte Gough, Alasdair Harris, Frances Humber, Sarah Harper and Dirk Zeller
Responses and adaptation strategies of commercial and charter fishers to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park pp. 226-234 Downloads
Elodie J.. Lédée, Stephen G. Sutton, Renae C. Tobin and Debora M. De Freitas
Why is the Eastern Baltic cod recovering? pp. 235-240 Downloads
Margit Eero, Friedrich W. Köster and Morten Vinther
Applicability of Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs) in Japanese fisheries: A comparison of rights-based fisheries management in Iceland, Japan, and United States pp. 241-245 Downloads
Nobuyuki Yagi, Michael L. Clark, Lee G. Anderson, Ragnar Arnason and Rebecca Metzner
The role of stakeholders in the marine planning process--Stakeholder analysis within the Solent, United Kingdom pp. 246-257 Downloads
Bernadine Maguire, Jonathan Potts and Stephen Fletcher
Are Speed Restriction Zones an effective management tool for minimising impacts of boats on dolphins in an Australian marine park? pp. 258-264 Downloads
Andre Steckenreuter, Robert Harcourt and Luciana Möller
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 pp. 265-271 Downloads
Wesley Flannery and Micheál Ó Cinnéide
Evaluation of a bycatch reduction technology by fishermen: A case study from Sicily pp. 272-277 Downloads
Susanna Piovano, Giovanni Basciano, Yonat Swimmer and Cristina Giacoma
Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico pp. 278-285 Downloads
J.E. Cinner, Xavier Basurto, Pedro Fidelman, John Kuange, Rachael Lahari and Ahmad Mukminin
Enabling people to create change: Capacity building for Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) implementation in Southern Africa pp. 286-296 Downloads
Nicola C. Okes, Samantha Petersen, Liziwe McDaid and Janine Basson
Perspectives for implementing fisheries certification in developing countries pp. 297-302 Downloads
Mónica Pérez-Ramírez, Bruce Phillips, Daniel Lluch-Belda and Salvador Lluch-Cota
New metrics for managing and sustaining the ocean's bounty pp. 303-306 Downloads
Heather Tallis, Sarah E. Lester, Mary Ruckelshaus, Mark Plummer, Karen McLeod, Anne Guerry, Sandy Andelman, Margaret R. Caldwell, Marc Conte, Stephen Copps, David Fox, Rod Fujita, Steven D. Gaines, Guy Gelfenbaum, Barry Gold, Peter Kareiva, Choong-ki Kim, Kai Lee, Michael Papenfus, Scott Redman, Brian Silliman, Lisa Wainger and Crow White

Volume 35, issue 6, 2011

Editorial: Reflections from Ireland pp. 737-738 Downloads
Valerie Anne Cummins and Kathrin Kopke
Attainment of ecosystem based governance in European waters--A State property rights regime approach for Ireland pp. 739-747 Downloads
M. Mellett, C. Curtin, T. Hennessey and A.M. O'Hagan,
The conservation of seals in Irish waters: How research informs policy pp. 748-755 Downloads
M.A. Cronin
The rise and fall of the Irish orange roughy fishery: An economic analysis pp. 756-763 Downloads
Naomi S. Foley, Tom M. van Rensburg and Claire W. Armstrong
Improving the recreational value of Ireland's coastal resources: A contingent behavioural application pp. 764-771 Downloads
Luke Barry, Tom M. van Rensburg and Stephen Hynes
The existing law and policy framework for ocean energy development in Ireland pp. 772-783 Downloads
A.M. O'Hagan, and A.W. Lewis
Towards climate adaptation and coastal governance in Ireland: Integrated architecture for effective management? pp. 784-793 Downloads
Maria Falaleeva, O'Mahony, Cathal, Stefan Gray, Margaret Desmond, Jeremy Gault and Valerie Cummins
Progress in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) in Northern Ireland pp. 794-799 Downloads
J.A.G. Cooper
Preparedness of key coastal and marine sectors in Ireland to adapt to climate change pp. 800-809 Downloads
Kathrin Kopke and O'Mahony, Cathal
Irish estuaries: Water quality status and monitoring implications under the water framework directive pp. 810-818 Downloads
Michael Hartnett, James G. Wilson and Stephen Nash

Volume 35, issue 5, 2011

Attainment of ecosystem based governance in European waters--A State property rights regime approach for Ireland pp. 559-567 Downloads
M. Mellett, C. Curtin, T. Hennessey and A.M. O'Hagan,
Incentives, social-ecological feedbacks and European fisheries pp. 568-574 Downloads
H. Österblom, M. Sissenwine, D. Symes, M. Kadin, T. Daw and C. Folke
Structuring decision-making for ecosystem-based management pp. 575-583 Downloads
Maria J. Espinosa-Romero, Kai M.A. Chan, Timothy McDaniels and Denise M. Dalmer
Potential biological removal and other currently used management rules for marine mammal populations: A comparison pp. 584-589 Downloads
Mike Lonergan
Bycatch governance and best practice mitigation technology in global tuna fisheries pp. 590-609 Downloads
Eric L. Gilman
Removing derelict fishing gear from the deep seabed of the East Sea pp. 610-614 Downloads
Dong-Oh Cho
An overview of cold-water coral protection on the high seas: The Hatton bank (NE Atlantic)--A case study pp. 615-622 Downloads
P. Durán Muñoz and M. Sayago-Gil
Seabird conservation and tidal stream and wave power generation: Information needs for predicting and managing potential impacts pp. 623-630 Downloads
R. Langton, .M. Davies and B.E. Scott
Quota concentration in the New Zealand fishery: Annual catch entitlement and the small fisher pp. 631-646 Downloads
James Stewart and Peter Callagher
Marine biodiversity in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Perceived threats and constraints to environmental management pp. 647-657 Downloads
J. Forster, .R. Lake, A.R. Watkinson and J.A. Gill
Local permit ownership in Alaska salmon fisheries pp. 658-666 Downloads
Gunnar Knapp
Rights based fishing on the high seas: Is it possible? pp. 667-674 Downloads
Rögnvaldur Hannesson
The perils and promise of futures analysis in marine ecosystem-based management pp. 675-681 Downloads
Tessa B. Francis, Phillip S. Levin and Chris J. Harvey
Accounting for carbon dioxide emissions from international shipping: Burden sharing under different UNFCCC allocation options and regime scenarios pp. 682-691 Downloads
Nadine Heitmann and Setareh Khalilian
Beyond individual quotas: The role of trust and cooperation in promoting stewardship of five Australian abalone fisheries pp. 692-702 Downloads
Patrick W. Gilmour, Peter D. Dwyer and Robert W. Day
Early-stage transformation of coastal marine governance in Vietnam? pp. 703-711 Downloads
Derek Armitage, Melissa Marschke and Truong van Tuyen
Bycatch of high sea longline fisheries and measures taken by Taiwan: Actions and challenges pp. 712-720 Downloads
Hsiang-Wen Huang
Quantifying the value of multi-sectoral marine commercial activity in Ireland pp. 721-727 Downloads
Karyn Morrissey, O'Donoghue, Cathal and Stephen Hynes
More a safe haven than fortress pp. 728-728 Downloads
Alistair Gammell
Sweeping scientific data under a polar bear skin rug: The IUCN and the proposed listing of polar bears under CITES Appendix I pp. 729-731 Downloads
E.C.M. Parsons and L.A. Cornick
Detecting Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems in the Southern Ocean using research trawls and underwater imagery pp. 732-736 Downloads
Christopher D. Jones and Susanne J. Lockhart

Volume 35, issue 4, 2011

The human dimensions of marine mammal management in a time of rapid change: comparing policies in Canada, Finland and the United States pp. 427-429 Downloads
Amy Lauren Lovecraft and Chanda L. Meek
Putting the US polar bear debate into context: The disconnect between old policy and new problems pp. 430-439 Downloads
Chanda L. Meek
Marine mammal co-management in Canada's Arctic: Knowledge co-production for learning and adaptive capacity pp. 440-449 Downloads
Aaron Dale and Derek Armitage
Co-existence of seals and fisheries? Adaptation of a coastal fishery for recovery of the Baltic grey seal pp. 450-456 Downloads
Riku Varjopuro
Polar bear management, sport hunting and Inuit subsistence at Clyde River, Nunavut pp. 457-465 Downloads
George W. Wenzel
Adaptive governance and the human dimensions of marine mammal management: Implications for policy in a changing North pp. 466-476 Downloads
Chanda L. Meek, Amy Lauren Lovecraft, Riku Varjopuro, Martha Dowsley and Aaron T. Dale
Shifting baselines in scientific publications: A case study using cetacean research pp. 477-482 Downloads
N.A. Rose, D. Janiger, E.C.M. Parsons and M. Stachowitsch
Ten guiding principles for the delineation of priority habitat for endangered small cetaceans pp. 483-488 Downloads
Peter S. Ross, Jay Barlow, Thomas A. Jefferson, Brendan E. Hickie, Tatiana Lee, Christina MacFarquhar, E. Christien Parsons, Kimberly N. Riehl, Naomi A. Rose, Elisabeth Slooten, Chia-Yang Tsai, John Y. Wang, Andrew J. Wright and Shih Chu Yang
Net economic effects of achieving maximum economic yield in fisheries pp. 489-495 Downloads
Ana Norman-Lopez and Sean David Pascoe
Determining policy-efficient management strategies in fisheries using data envelopment analysis (DEA) pp. 496-507 Downloads
Wade L. Griffin and Richard T. Woodward
Using existing scientific capacity to set targets for ecosystem-based management: A Puget Sound case study pp. 508-518 Downloads
Jameal F. Samhouri, Phillip S. Levin, C. Andrew James, Jessi Kershner and Greg Williams
The hard choices of sustainability pp. 519-527 Downloads
Dag Standal and Ingrid Bouwer Utne
Producing nature and enacting difference in ecosystem-based fisheries management: An example from the Northeastern US pp. 528-535 Downloads
Julia Olson
Political parties and marine pollution policy: Exploring the case of Germany pp. 536-541 Downloads
Jale Tosun
Direct marketing strategies: The rise of community supported fishery programs pp. 542-548 Downloads
Ayeisha Brinson, Min-Yang Lee and Barbara Rountree
Northern opportunities: A strategic review of Canada's Arctic icebreaking services pp. 549-556 Downloads
James Parsons, John Dinwoodie and Michael Roe

Volume 35, issue 3, 2011

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 pp. 271-285 Downloads
Barbie L. Byrd, Aleta A. Hohn and Matthew H. Godfrey
Spatial characterization of marine recreational boating: Exploring the use of an on-the-water questionnaire for a case study in the Pacific Northwest pp. 286-298 Downloads
Darcy L. Gray, Rosaline R. Canessa, C. Peter Keller, Philip Dearden and Rick B. Rollins
Exploring ecological changes in Cook Inlet beluga whale habitat though traditional and local ecological knowledge of contributing factors for population decline pp. 299-308 Downloads
Brian T.G. Carter and Erik A. Nielsen
Commercial fisheries closures in marine protected areas on Canada's Pacific coast: The exception, not the rule pp. 309-316 Downloads
Carolyn K. Robb, Karin M. Bodtker, Kim Wright and Jennifer Lash
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 pp. 317-323 Downloads
James R.A. Butler, Stuart J. Middlemas, Isla M. Graham and Robert N. Harris
Planning the sea: The French experience. Contribution to marine spatial planning perspectives pp. 324-334 Downloads
Brice Trouillet, Thierry Guineberteau, Mathilde de Cacqueray and Julien Rochette
Small state, maritime great power? Norway's strategies for influencing the maritime policy of the European Union pp. 335-342 Downloads
Njord Wegge
Contextual factors influencing sustainable fisheries in Mexico pp. 343-350 Downloads
Alejandro Espinoza-Tenorio, Ileana Espejel, Matthias Wolff and José Alberto Zepeda-Domínguez
Marine management for human development: A review of two decades of scholarly evidence pp. 351-362 Downloads
Gonçalo Carneiro
Integrating science into management: Ecological carrying capacity of bivalve shellfish aquaculture pp. 363-370 Downloads
Carrie Byron, David Bengtson, Barry Costa-Pierce and John Calanni
Policy and practice in the live reef fish for food trade: A case study from Palawan, Philippines pp. 371-378 Downloads
Michael Fabinyi and Dante Dalabajan
Outside the law? Analyzing policy gaps in addressing fishers' migration in East Africa pp. 379-388 Downloads
B. Crona and S. Rosendo
The Norwegian plan for integrated ecosystem-based management of the marine environment in the Norwegian Sea pp. 389-398 Downloads
Geir Ottersen, Erik Olsen, Gro . van der Meeren, Are Dommasnes and Harald Loeng
The uncertainties of precaution: Zero discharges in the Barents Sea pp. 399-404 Downloads
Maaike Knol
More than just access to fish: The pros and cons of fisher participation in a customary marine tenure (Padu) system under pressure pp. 405-412 Downloads
Sarah Coulthard
Wild and farmed salmon in Norway--A review pp. 413-418 Downloads
Yajie Liu, Jon Olaf Olaussen and Anders Skonhoft
Navigating a complex policy system--Explaining local divergences in Swedish fish stocking policy pp. 419-425 Downloads
Annica Sandström

Volume 35, issue 2, 2011

The role of international environmental instruments in enhancing transboundary marine protected areas: An approach in East Africa pp. 95-104 Downloads
José Guerreiro, Aldo Chircop, David Dzidzornu, Catarina Grilo, Raquel Ribeiro, Rudy van der Elst and Ana Viras
The role of local Government in marine spatial planning and management in Taiwan pp. 105-115 Downloads
Wen-Hong Liu, Chin-Cheng Wu, Hao-Tang Jhan and Ching-Hsien Ho
Application of a vessel monitoring system to advance sustainable fisheries management--Benefits received in Taiwan pp. 116-121 Downloads
Shui-Kai Chang
Quota discarding and distributive justice: The case of the under-10 m fishing fleet in Sussex, England pp. 122-129 Downloads
Tim Gray, R.C. Korda, Selina Stead and Estelle Jones
Solving complex fisheries management problems: What the EU can learn from the Nordic experiences of reduction of discards pp. 130-139 Downloads
Jahn Petter Johnsen and Søren Eliasen
Estimating global discards and their potential reduction for the Galician fishing fleet (NW Spain) pp. 140-147 Downloads
Ian Vázquez-Rowe, M Teresa Moreira and Gumersindo Feijoo
Replacing purse seining with pole-and-line fishing in the central and Western Pacific: Some aspects of the baitfish requirements pp. 148-154 Downloads
Robert Gillett
Key challenges for maritime governance in West Africa: Fishery-based lessons from Guinea and Mauritania pp. 155-162 Downloads
B. Trouillet, T. Guineberteau, M. Bernardon and S. Le Roux
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) pp. 163-180 Downloads
Patricia R. Hinch and Elizabeth M. De Santo
Natura 2000 and the European Common Fisheries Policy pp. 181-188 Downloads
Heino O. Fock
The 1995 FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries: Adopting, implementing or scoring results? pp. 189-200 Downloads
Gilles Hosch, Gianluca Ferraro and Pierre Failler
IMO legislation and its implementation: Accident risk, vessel deficiencies and national administrative practices pp. 201-207 Downloads
Olav F. Knudsen and Björn Hassler
A review of international, regional and national biosecurity risk assessment frameworks pp. 208-217 Downloads
Alisha Dahlstrom, Chad L. Hewitt and Marnie L. Campbell
Trust relationships between fishers and government: New challenges for the co-management arrangements in the Dutch flatfish industry pp. 218-225 Downloads
Birgit . de Vos and Jan P.M. van Tatenhove
Mind the gap: Addressing the shortcomings of marine protected areas through large scale marine spatial planning pp. 226-232 Downloads
Tundi Agardy, Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara and Patrick Christie
Developing a long-term outlook for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A framework for adaptive management reporting underpinning an ecosystem-based management approach pp. 233-240 Downloads
Kirstin Dobbs, Jon Day, Hilary Skeat, John Baldwin, Fergus Molloy, Laurence McCook, Margaret Johnson, Bruce Elliot, Andrew Skeat, Karen Vohland, David Wachenfeld and Richard Kenchington
Conservation in a complex management environment: The by-catch of sea turtles in North Carolina's commercial fisheries pp. 241-248 Downloads
Catherine M. McClellan, Andrew J. Read, Wendy M. Cluse and Matthew H. Godfrey
The irony and the exclusivity of Atlantic bluefin tuna management pp. 249-251 Downloads
D.G. Webster
Are red tides affecting economically the commercialization of the Galician (NW Spain) mussel farming? pp. 252-257 Downloads
Gonzalo Rodríguez Rodríguez, Sebastian Villasante and María do Carme García-Negro
Fortress conservation at sea: A commentary on the Chagos marine protected area pp. 258-260 Downloads
E.M. De Santo, P.J.S. Jones and A.M.M. Miller
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? pp. 261-265 Downloads
Ian G. Brosnan
Historical ecology provides new insights for ecosystem management: eastern Baltic cod case study pp. 266-270 Downloads
Brian R. MacKenzie, Henn Ojaveer and Margit Eero

Volume 35, issue 1, 2011

Understanding the cost of establishing marine protected areas pp. 1-9 Downloads
Ashley McCrea-Strub, Dirk Zeller, Ussif Rashid Sumaila, Jay Nelson, Andrew Balmford and Daniel Pauly
From catching to watching: Moving towards quality assurance of whale/dolphin watching tourism in Taiwan pp. 10-17 Downloads
Chung-Ling Chen
Engaging stakeholders in fisheries and marine research pp. 18-24 Downloads
S. Mackinson, D.C. Wilson, P. Galiay and B. Deas
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 pp. 25-33 Downloads
Clive H. Schofield and Ian Townsend-Gault
Environmental justice implications of Maritime Spatial Planning in the European Union pp. 34-38 Downloads
Elizabeth M. De Santo
Responses of the fishing sector to transitional constraints: From reactive to proactive change, Yucatan fisheries in Mexico pp. 39-49 Downloads
Carmen Pedroza and Silvia Salas
Multi-stakeholder perspectives on the use and influence of "grey" scientific information in fisheries management pp. 50-62 Downloads
Suzuette S. Soomai, Peter G. Wells and Bertrum H. MacDonald
Cadastralizing or coordinating the clam commons: Can competing community and government visions of wild and farmed fisheries be reconciled? pp. 63-72 Downloads
Evelyn Pinkerton and Jennifer Silver
Fragmented governance: Reconciling legal strategies for shark conservation and management pp. 73-78 Downloads
Erika J. Techera and Natalie Klein
The sensitivity of long-term yield targets to changes in fishery age-selectivity pp. 79-84 Downloads
Robert D. Scott and David B. Sampson
New Zealand's Treaty of Waitangi and the doctrine of discovery: Implications for the foreshore and seabed pp. 85-94 Downloads
Randall Bess
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