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Volume 64, issue C, 2016

New modes of fisheries governance: Implementation of the landing obligation in four European countries pp. 1-8 Downloads
B.I. de Vos, R. Döring, M. Aranda, F.C. Buisman, K. Frangoudes, L. Goti, C. Macher, C.D. Maravelias, A. Murillas-Maza, O. van der Valk and P. Vasilakopoulos
Landing the blame: The influence of EU Member States on quota setting pp. 9-15 Downloads
Griffin Carpenter, Richard Kleinjans, Sebastian Villasante and O’Leary, Bethan C.
Fishers sharing real-time information about “bad” fishing locations. A tool for quota optimisation under a regime of landing obligations pp. 16-23 Downloads
Søren Qvist Eliasen and Nikolaj Bichel
Marine protected areas and fisheries restricted areas in the Mediterranean: assessing “actual” marine biodiversity protection coverage at multiple scales pp. 24-30 Downloads
David Rodríguez-Rodríguez, J. Rodríguez, D. Abdul Malak, A. Nastasi and P. Hernández
A holistic framework for identifying human wellbeing indicators for marine policy pp. 31-37 Downloads
Kelly Biedenweg, Kari Stiles and Katharine Wellman
Pink sea fans (Eunicella verrucosa) as indicators of the spatial efficacy of Marine Protected Areas in southwest UK coastal waters pp. 38-45 Downloads
Stephen K. Pikesley, Brendan J. Godley, Holly Latham, Peter B. Richardson, Laura M. Robson, Jean-Luc Solandt, Colin Trundle, Chris Wood and Matthew J. Witt
Fishing selectivity as an instrument to reach management objectives in an ecosystem approach to fisheries pp. 46-54 Downloads
Laurence Fauconnet and Marie-Joëlle Rochet
Optimal multispecies harvesting in the presence of a nuisance species pp. 55-63 Downloads
Stephen Kasperski
The EU landing obligation and European small-scale fisheries: What are the odds for success? pp. 64-71 Downloads
Pedro Veiga, Cristina Pita, Mafalda Rangel, Jorge M.S. Gonçalves, Aida Campos, Paul G. Fernandes, Antonello Sala, Massimo Virgili, Alessandro Lucchetti, Jure Brčić, Sebastian Villasante, Marta A. Ballesteros, Rosa Chapela, José L. Santiago, Sveinn Agnarsson, Ólafur Ögmundarson and Karim Erzini
An index to assess maritime importance in the European Atlantic economy pp. 72-81 Downloads
Javier Fernandez-Macho, Pilar González and Jorge Virto
The EU restrictive trade measures against IUU fishing pp. 82-90 Downloads
Antonia Leroy, Florence Galletti and Christian Chaboud
Assessing public “participation” in environmental decision-making: Lessons learned from the UK Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) site selection process pp. 91-101 Downloads
Elizabeth M. De Santo
Evaluating seafood eco-labeling as a mechanism to reduce collateral impacts of fisheries in an ecosystem-based fisheries management context pp. 102-115 Downloads
Rebecca L. Selden, Sarah R. Valencia, Ashley E. Larsen, Jorge Cornejo-Donoso and Amanda A. Wasserman
Maritime piracy confrontations across the globe: Can crew action shape the outcomes? pp. 116-122 Downloads
Justin Lewis
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping: Is it time to consider market-based measures? pp. 123-134 Downloads
Yubing Shi
An integrated model for marine fishery management in the Pearl River Estuary: Linking socio-economic systems and ecosystems pp. 135-147 Downloads
Ying Wang, Jianfeng Hu, Haoran Pan, Shiyu Li and Pierre Failler
Costs and benefits to European shipping of ballast-water and hull-fouling treatment: Impacts of native and non-indigenous species pp. 148-155 Downloads
Jose A. Fernandes, Lionel Santos, Thomas Vance, Tim Fileman, David Smith, John D.D. Bishop, Frédérique Viard, Ana M. Queirós, Gorka Merino, Erik Buisman and Melanie C. Austen
Has the value of global marine and coastal ecosystem services changed? pp. 156-158 Downloads
Linwood H. Pendleton, Olivier Thébaud, Rémi C. Mongruel and Harold Levrel
Organizing coordination in a public marine research and management advice organization: The case of the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research pp. 159-167 Downloads
Bertolt Wenzel
Actions speak louder than words: Tournament angling as an avenue to promote best practice for pelagic shark fishing pp. 168-173 Downloads
Matthew Heard, Stephen Sutton, Paul Rogers and Charlie Huveneers

Volume 63, issue C, 2016

Fishing in deep waters: The development of a deep-sea fishing coastal fleet in Norway pp. 1-7 Downloads
Dag Standal, Signe Annie Sønvisen and Frank Asche
Towards an ecosystem-based approach of Guam's coral reefs: The human dimension pp. 8-17 Downloads
Mariska Weijerman, Cynthia Grace-McCaskey, Shanna L. Grafeld, Dawn M. Kotowicz, Kirsten L.L. Oleson and Ingrid E. van Putten
Adventures in cross-disciplinary studies: Grand strategy and fisheries management pp. 18-27 Downloads
Jennifer Bailey
‘Rational use’ in Antarctic waters pp. 28-34 Downloads
Jennifer Jacquet, Eli Blood-Patterson, Cassandra Brooks and David Ainley
Using kernel density estimation to explore habitat use by seabirds at a marine renewable wave energy test facility pp. 35-44 Downloads
Kirsty J. Lees, Andrew J. Guerin and Elizabeth A. Masden
Implications of new economic policy instruments for tuna management in the Western and Central Pacific pp. 45-52 Downloads
Agnes D. Yeeting, Simon R. Bush, Vina Ram-Bidesi and Megan Bailey
Canada at a crossroad: The imperative for realigning ocean policy with ocean science pp. 53-60 Downloads
Megan Bailey, Brett Favaro, Sarah P. Otto, Anthony Charles, Rodolphe Devillers, Anna Metaxas, Peter Tyedmers, Natalie C. Ban, Taylor Mason, Carie Hoover, Thomas J. Duck, Lucia Fanning, Chris Milley, Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor, Daniel Pauly, William W.L. Cheung, Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, Louise Teh and Ussif Sumaila
Service vessel activity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico in support of the oil and gas industry using AIS data, 2009–2010 pp. 61-80 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser
Enhancing small-scale fisheries management through community engagement and multi-community partnerships: Comoros case study pp. 81-91 Downloads
Sarah Freed, Veronica Dujon, Elise F. Granek and Jaffar Mouhhidine
Catch me if you can: Non-compliance of limpet protection in the Azores pp. 92-99 Downloads
Hugo Diogo, João Gil Pereira and Mara Schmiing
Visitors' awareness of ICZM and WTP for beach preservation in four European Mediterranean regions pp. 100-108 Downloads
S. Marzetti, Marta Disegna, E. Koutrakis, A. Sapounidis, V. Marin, S. Martino, Sébastien Roussel, Hélène Rey-Valette and C. Paoli
The challenges of local governance: Gear-based fragmentation in the Dominican fishery of Buen Hombre pp. 109-117 Downloads
Michael Cox, Margaret Wilson and Tyler Pavlowich
The opportunity to regulate domestic fishery subsidies through international agreements pp. 118-125 Downloads
Yi Chou and Ching-Hsiewn Ou
Establishing a legal research agenda for ocean energy pp. 126-134 Downloads
Glen Wright, O’Hagan, Anne Marie, Jiska de Groot, Yannick Leroy, Niko Soininen, Rachael Salcido, Montserrat Abad Castelos, Simon Jude, Julien Rochette and Sandy Kerr
Zoning for a multiple-use marine protected area using spatial multi-criteria analysis: The case of the Sheik Seid Marine National Park in Eritrea pp. 135-143 Downloads
Bereket Tesfamariam Habtemariam and Qinhua Fang
Valuing the health benefits of physical activities in the marine environment and their importance for marine spatial planning pp. 144-152 Downloads
Eleni Papathanasopoulou, Mathew P. White, Caroline Hattam, Aisling Lannin, Andrea Harvey and Anne Spencer
A precautionary approach to fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean: Policy, science, and China pp. 153-157 Downloads
Min Pan and Henry P. Huntington
The Channel ecosystem, a cross-roads of anthropogenic pressures and scientific studies: Lessons learned from the European INTERREG IV projects (2009–2015) pp. 158-165 Downloads
Emmanuelle Evariste, Pascal Claquin, Jean-Paul Robin, Arnaud Auber, Abigail McQuatters-Gollop and Jean-Claude Dauvin
Upgrading and exploitation in the fishing industry: Contributions of value chain analysis pp. 166-171 Downloads
Natasha Hamilton-Hart and Christina Stringer
The effects of fisheries management on the Icelandic demersal fish value chain pp. 172-179 Downloads
Ögmundur Knútsson, Daði Már Kristófersson and Helgi Gestsson
New Zealand׳s quota management system – incoherent and conflicted pp. 180-183 Downloads
Barry Torkington
Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: Different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America pp. 184-190 Downloads
Michael Fabinyi
Value chain upgrading: Evidence from the Singaporean aquaculture industry pp. 191-197 Downloads
Guanie Lim
Green market for small people: Markets and opportunities for upgrading in small-scale fisheries in Indonesia pp. 198-205 Downloads
Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, Laksmi Rachmawati, Hirmen Sofyanto and Natasha Hamilton-Hart
Upgrading or unhelpful? Defiant corporate support for a marine protected area pp. 206-212 Downloads
Brent Burmester

Volume 62, issue C, 2015

Harbour divestiture in Canada: Implications of changing governance pp. 1-8 Downloads
Tony R. Walker, Meagan Bernier, Brenden Blotnicky, Peter G. Golden, Emma Hoffman, Jeffrey Janes, Allison Kader, Rachel Kovacs-Da Costa, Shauna Pettipas and Sarah Vermeulen
Using common-pool resource design principles to assess the viability of community-based fisheries co-management systems in American Samoa and Hawai’i pp. 9-17 Downloads
Arielle Levine and Laurie Richmond
Estimating the economic damages from the Penglai 19-3 oil spill to the Yantai fisheries in the Bohai Sea of northeast China pp. 18-24 Downloads
Guangchen Pan, Shengyao Qiu, Xin Liu and Xiaoke Hu
Compensating victims of a European Deepwater Horizon accident: OPOL revisited pp. 25-36 Downloads
Michael Faure and Hui Wang
Notions of justice held by stakeholders of the Newfoundland fishery pp. 37-50 Downloads
Birte Kahmann, Klara Helene Stumpf and Stefan Baumgärtner
Hana Pa'a: Challenges and lessons for early phases of co-management pp. 51-62 Downloads
Mehana Blaich Vaughan and Margaret R. Caldwell
Strategies and tactics of tuna fishers in the payao (anchored FAD) fishery from general Santos city, Philippines pp. 63-73 Downloads
Edison D. Macusi, Ricardo P. Babaran and P.A.M. van Zwieten
Hidden in plain sight: Using optimum yield as a policy framework to operationalize ecosystem-based fisheries management pp. 74-81 Downloads
Wesley S. Patrick and Jason S. Link
Commercial scale invertebrate fisheries enhancement in Australia: Experiences, challenges and opportunities pp. 82-93 Downloads
Anthony M. Hart
A comparison of marine spatial planning approaches in China: Marine functional zoning and the marine ecological red line pp. 94-101 Downloads
Wen-Hai Lu, Jie Liu, Xian-Quan Xiang, Wei-Ling Song and Alistair McIlgorm
Understanding socio-ecological drivers of spatial allocation choice in a multi-species artisanal fishery: A Bayesian network modeling approach pp. 102-115 Downloads
Helven Naranjo-Madrigal, Ingrid van Putten and Ana Norman-Lopez
Building an indigenous evidence-base for tribally-led habitat conservation policies pp. 116-124 Downloads
Lily Gadamus, Julie Raymond-Yakoubian, Roy Ashenfelter, Austin Ahmasuk, Vera Metcalf and George Noongwook
Seeing shellfish from the seashore: The importance of values and place in perceptions of aquaculture and marine social–ecological system interactions pp. 125-133 Downloads
Grant Murray and D’Anna, Linda
The need for fine-scale assessment of trawl fishing effort to inform on an ecosystem approach to fisheries: Exploring three data sources in Mediterranean trawling grounds pp. 134-143 Downloads
Montserrat Demestre, Alba Muntadas, Silvia de Juan, Chryssi Mitilineou, Paolo Sartor, Julio Mas, Stefanos Kavadas and Javier Martín
The socio-economic effects of a Marine Protected Area on the ecosystem service of leisure and recreation pp. 144-152 Downloads
Siân E. Rees, Stephen C. Mangi, Caroline Hattam, Sarah C. Gall, Lynda D. Rodwell, Frankie J. Peckett and Martin J. Attrill
The marine industrial competitiveness of blue economic regions in China pp. 153-160 Downloads
Xiao Yan, Liang Yan, Xi-Long Yao and Ming Liao
Navigating the evolution of marine policy in Panama: Current policies and community responses in the Pearl Islands and Bocas del Toro Archipelagos of Panama pp. 161-168 Downloads
Ana K. Spalding, Daniel O. Suman and Maria Eugenia Mellado
Second-guessing uncertainty: Scenario planning for management of the Indian Ocean tuna purse seine fishery pp. 169-177 Downloads
Tim K. Davies, Chris C. Mees and E.J. Milner-Gulland
ITQ markets with administrative costs: An application to the industrial common sardine and anchovy fishery in Chile pp. 178-185 Downloads
Hugo Salgado, Carlos Chavez, Montserrat Miller and John Stranlund
Linking ecological condition to enforcement of marine protected area regulations in the greater Caribbean region pp. 186-195 Downloads
Katherine A. Kaplan, Gabby N. Ahmadia, Helen Fox, Louise Glew, Emily F. Pomeranz and Patrick Sullivan
An ecosystem approach to small-scale co-managed fisheries: The yellow clam fishery in Uruguay pp. 196-202 Downloads
Ignacio Gianelli, Gastón Martínez and Omar Defeo
Modeling expert judgment to assess cost-effectiveness of EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive programs of measures pp. 203-212 Downloads
A. Kontogianni, C. Tourkolias, D. Damigos, M. Skourtos and B. Zanou
Into the scrap iron business: Transaction costs for fleet sustainability in Norway pp. 213-217 Downloads
Dag Standal and Signe Annie Sønvisen
Incorporating the visibility of coastal energy infrastructure into multi-criteria siting decisions pp. 218-223 Downloads
Robert Griffin, Nicolas Chaumont, Douglas Denu, Anne Guerry, Choong-Ki Kim and Mary Ruckelshaus
Decentralising: The implementation of regionalisation and co-management under the post-2013 Common Fisheries Policy pp. 224-232 Downloads
Søren Q. Eliasen, Troels J. Hegland and Jesper Raakjær
Bidding and performance in multiple unit combinatorial fishery quota auctions: Role of information feedbacks pp. 233-243 Downloads
Md Sayed Iftekhar and John Tisdell
Reaping the reef: Provisioning services from coral reefs in Solomon Islands pp. 244-251 Downloads
Joelle A. Albert, Andrew D. Olds, Simon Albert, Annabelle Cruz-Trinidad and Anne-Maree Schwarz
From adoption to implementation? An academic perspective on Sustainable Fisheries Management in a developing country pp. 252-260 Downloads
Alejandro Espinoza-Tenorio, Ileana Espejel and Matthias Wolff
Beyond PRISMA: Systematic reviews to inform marine science and policy pp. 261-263 Downloads
O’Leary, Bethan C., Helen R. Bayliss and Neal R. Haddaway
Barriers of voyaging on the Northern Sea Route: A perspective from shipping Companies pp. 264-270 Downloads
Taedong Lee and Hyun Jung Kim
Killing sharks: The media’s role in public and political response to fatal human–shark interactions pp. 271-278 Downloads
Christine McCagh, Joanne Sneddon and Dominque Blache
Fisheries as a way of life: Gendered livelihoods, identities and perspectives of artisanal fisheries in eastern Brazil pp. 279-288 Downloads
Anna N. Santos
Productivity change in commercial fisheries: An introduction to the special issue pp. 289-293 Downloads
John Walden, Ben Fissel, Dale Squires and Niels Vestergaard
Measuring changes in multi-factor productivity in U.S. catch share fisheries pp. 294-301 Downloads
Eric Thunberg, John Walden, Juan Agar, Ron Felthoven, Abigail Harley, Stephen Kasperski, Jean Lee, Todd Lee, Aaron Mamula, Jessica Stephen and Andy Strelcheck
Measuring Productivity in a Shared Stock Fishery: A Case Study of the Hawaii Longline Fishery pp. 302-308 Downloads
Minling Pan and John Walden
Productivity growth, catchability, stock assessments, and optimum renewable resource use pp. 309-317 Downloads
Dale Squires and Niels Vestergaard
Productivity change and fleet restructuring after transition to individual transferable quota management pp. 318-325 Downloads
Rolf Färe, Shawna Grosskopf and John Walden
Multifactor productivity, environmental change, and regulatory impacts in the U.S. West Coast groundfish trawl fishery, 1994–2013 pp. 326-336 Downloads
Aaron Mamula and Trevor Collier
Decomposing productivity and efficiency changes in the Alaska head and gut factory trawl fleet pp. 337-346 Downloads
Benjamin E. Fissel, Ronald G. Felthoven, Stephen Kasperski and O’Donnell, Christopher
IFQs and total factor productivity changes: The case of the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery pp. 347-357 Downloads
Daniel Solis, Juan J. Agar and Julio del Corral
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