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Volume 61, issue C, 2015

Participative multi-criteria decision analysis in marine management and conservation: Research progress and the challenge of integrating value judgments and uncertainty pp. 1-7 Downloads
Rodrigo A. Estévez and Stefan Gelcich
Marine spatial planning in the Middle East: Crossing the policy-planning divide pp. 8-15 Downloads
M.E. Portman
Perceptions of fishers and developers on the co-location of offshore wind farms and decapod fisheries in the UK pp. 16-22 Downloads
Tara Hooper, Matthew Ashley and Melanie Austen
Enhance and advance: The benefits of recruitment enhancement in the case of the Iranian Kutum Fishery pp. 23-32 Downloads
Pezhman Alaei Borujeni, Stein Ivar Steinshamn, Sayed Abolghasem Mortazavi and Hasan Salehi
SEAS-ERA: An overarching effort to coordinate marine research policies across Europe pp. 33-38 Downloads
Beatriz Morales-Nin and Joan Albaigés
Flexibility in temporary fisheries closure legislation is required to maximise success pp. 39-45 Downloads
Gaya Gnanalingam and Chris Hepburn
Portugal's legal regime on marine spatial planning and management of the national maritime space pp. 46-53 Downloads
Vasco Becker-Weinberg
Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 and the Chinese seafarers: How far is China to ratification? pp. 54-65 Downloads
Pengfei Zhang and Minghua Zhao
Stated preferences for size and bag limits of Alaska charter boat anglers pp. 66-76 Downloads
Daniel K. Lew and Douglas M. Larson
Government support and profitability effects – Vietnamese offshore fisheries pp. 77-86 Downloads
Nguyen Ngoc Duy, Ola Flaaten and Le Kim Long
The seafood market in Portugal: Driving forces and consequences pp. 87-94 Downloads
Cheila Almeida, Vanja Karadzic and Sofia Vaz
Using threat maps for cost-effective prioritization of actions to conserve coastal habitats pp. 95-102 Downloads
Sylvaine Giakoumi, Christopher J. Brown, Stelios Katsanevakis, Megan I. Saunders and Hugh P. Possingham
Fishing for floating marine litter in SE Bay of Biscay: Review and feasibility study pp. 103-112 Downloads
Oihane C. Basurko, Gorka Gabiña, Marga Andrés, Anna Rubio, Ainhize Uriarte and Iñigo Krug
Saving the critically endangered Chinese white dolphin in Taiwan: Debate regarding the designation of an MPA pp. 113-120 Downloads
Ta-Kang Liu, Hsiao-Yin Huang and Shao-Liang Hsu
Review of shark legislation in Canada as a conservation tool pp. 121-126 Downloads
Stacie Sybersma
Fishing for common ground: Investigations of the impact of trawling on ancient shipwreck sites uncovers a potential for management synergy pp. 127-133 Downloads
Jason S. Krumholz and Michael L. Brennan
Advancing marine biodiversity protection through regional fisheries management: A review of bottom fisheries closures in areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 134-148 Downloads
Glen Wright, Jeff Ardron, Kristina Gjerde, Duncan Currie and Julien Rochette
Economic evaluation of vessel traffic service (VTS): A contingent valuation study pp. 149-154 Downloads
Gunwoo Lee, Soo-Yeob Kim and Min-Kyu Lee
Marine ecosystem services: Perceptions of indispensability and pathways to engaging citizens in their sustainable use pp. 155-163 Downloads
Robert Blasiak, Nobuyuki Yagi, Hisashi Kurokura, Kaoru Ichikawa, Kazumi Wakita and Aimee Mori
Human dignity: A fundamental guiding value for a human rights approach to fisheries? pp. 164-170 Downloads
Andrew M. Song
Allocation of fishing possibilities, incentives and outcomes: Insights from Basque fishermen's organisations in Spain pp. 171-178 Downloads
Martin Aranda and Arantza Murillas
Acceptance of the international compensation regime for tanker oil pollution – And its implications for China pp. 179-186 Downloads
Bingying Dong, Ling Zhu, Kevin Li and Meifeng Luo
Daily variation of fishing effort and ex-vessel prices in a western Mediterranean multi-species fishery: Implications for sustainable management pp. 187-195 Downloads
Mohamed Samy-Kamal, Aitor Forcada and José Luis Sánchez Lizaso
Challenges in implementing sustainable marine spatial planning: The new Portuguese legal framework case pp. 196-206 Downloads
Catarina Frazão Santos, Michael Orbach, Helena Calado and Francisco Andrade
The Icelandic pelagic sector and its development under an ITQ management system pp. 207-215 Downloads
Hordur Saevaldsson and Stefan B. Gunnlaugsson
Participant perceptions of consensus-based, marine mammal take reduction planning pp. 216-226 Downloads
Sara L. McDonald and Deborah Rigling-Gallagher
Valuing unfamiliar Mediterranean deep-sea ecosystems using visual Q-methodology pp. 227-236 Downloads
Raffaele Zanoli, Lorenzo Carlesi, Roberto Danovaro, Serena Mandolesi and Simona Naspetti
The fisheries of Oman: A situation analysis pp. 237-248 Downloads
Rakesh Belwal, Shweta Belwal and Omar Al Jabri
Managing catch of marine megafauna: Guidelines for setting limit reference points pp. 249-263 Downloads
K. Alexandra Curtis, Jeffrey E. Moore, Charlotte Boyd, Peter W. Dillingham, Rebecca L. Lewison, Barbara L. Taylor and Kelsey C. James
Success in heading north?: South Korea's master plan for Arctic policy pp. 264-272 Downloads
Hyun Jung Kim
Shrimp aquaculture as a vehicle for Climate Compatible Development in Sri Lanka. The case of Puttalam Lagoon pp. 273-283 Downloads
I.H.T. Harkes, A. Drengstig, M.P. Kumara, J.M.P.K. Jayasinghe and M. Huxham
The Guinea-Bissau–Senegal maritime boundary dispute pp. 284-290 Downloads
Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood
Making modelling count - increasing the contribution of shelf-seas community and ecosystem models to policy development and management pp. 291-302 Downloads
Kieran Hyder, Axel G. Rossberg, J. Icarus Allen, Melanie C. Austen, Rosa M. Barciela, Hayley J. Bannister, Paul G. Blackwell, Julia L. Blanchard, Michael T. Burrows, Emma Defriez, Tarquin Dorrington, Karen P. Edwards, Bernardo Garcia-Carreras, Michael R. Heath, Deborah J. Hembury, Johanna J. Heymans, Jason Holt, Jennifer E. Houle, Simon Jennings, Steve Mackinson, Stephen J. Malcolm, Ruaraidh McPike, Laurence Mee, David K. Mills, Caron Montgomery, Dean Pearson, John K. Pinnegar, Marilena Pollicino, Ekaterina E. Popova, Louise Rae, Stuart I. Rogers, Douglas Speirs, Michael A. Spence, Robert Thorpe, R. Kerry Turner, Johan van der Molen, Andrew Yool and David M. Paterson
Neoliberalism and the politics of enclosure in North American small-scale fisheries pp. 303-312 Downloads
Evelyn Pinkerton and Reade Davis
Fisheries privatization, social transitions, and well-being in Kodiak, Alaska pp. 313-322 Downloads
Courtney Carothers
‘All in’: Snow crab, capitalization, and the future of small-scale fisheries in Newfoundland pp. 323-330 Downloads
Reade Davis
Losing ground: The marginalization of the St. Lawrence eel Fisheries in Québec, Canada pp. 331-338 Downloads
Sabrina Doyon
Power and perspective: Fisheries and the ocean commons beset by demands of development pp. 339-346 Downloads
Caroline Pomeroy, Madeleine Hall-Arber and Flaxen Conway
Foregone harvests and neoliberal policies: Creating opportunities for rural, small-scale, community-based fisheries in southern Alaskan coastal villages pp. 347-355 Downloads
Steve J. Langdon
Impacts of neoliberal policies on non-market fishing economies on the Yukon River, Alaska pp. 356-365 Downloads
David Jenkins
Neoliberal and neo-communal herring fisheries in Southeast Alaska: Reframing sustainability in marine ecosystems pp. 366-375 Downloads
Thomas F. Thornton and Jamie Hebert
From unjust uneconomic growth to sustainable fisheries in Newfoundland: The true costs of closing the inshore fishery for groundfish pp. 376-389 Downloads
Gabriela Sabau and Michael van Zyll de Jong
Governing enclosure for coastal communities: Social embeddedness in a Canadian shrimp fishery pp. 390-400 Downloads
Paul Foley, Charles Mather and Barbara Neis
Tipping the scale away from privatization and toward community-based fisheries: Policy and market alternatives in New England pp. 401-409 Downloads
B. Tolley and M. Hall-Arber
The role of moral economy in two British Columbia fisheries: Confronting neoliberal policies pp. 410-419 Downloads
Evelyn Pinkerton
Accounting for neoliberalism: “Social drivers” in environmental management pp. 420-429 Downloads
Sara Jo Breslow

Volume 60, issue C, 2015

Can co-management emerge spontaneously? Collaborative management in Sri Lankan shrimp aquaculture pp. 1-8 Downloads
Eranga K. Galappaththi and Fikret Berkes
Regional oceans governance mechanisms: A review pp. 9-19 Downloads
Julien Rochette, Raphaël Billé, Erik J. Molenaar, Petra Drankier and Lucien Chabason
Fisheries management, the ecosystem approach, regionalisation and the elephants in the room pp. 20-26 Downloads
Luc van Hoof
Identifying substandard vessels through Port State Control inspections: A new methodology for Concentrated Inspection Campaigns pp. 27-39 Downloads
Pierre Cariou and François-Charles Wolff
Bargaining a net gain compensation agreement between a marine renewable energy developer and a marine protected area manager pp. 40-48 Downloads
Zacharoula Kyriazi, Raul Lejano, Frank Maes and Steven Degraer
Measuring the maritime economy: Spain in the European Atlantic Arc pp. 49-61 Downloads
Javier Fernandez-Macho, Arantza Murillas, Alberto Ansuategi, Marta Escapa, Carmen Gallastegui, Pilar González, Raul Prellezo and Jorge Virto
Eco-touristic snorkelling routes at Marinha beach (Algarve): Environmental education and human impacts pp. 62-69 Downloads
M.O. Rangel, C.B. Pita, J.M.S. Gonçalves, F. Oliveira, C. Costa and K. Erzini
Endangered, essential and exploited: How extant laws are not enough to protect marine megafauna in Madagascar pp. 70-83 Downloads
Frances Humber, Mialy Andriamahefazafy, Brendan John Godley and Annette Cameron Broderick
Establishing a marine conservation baseline for the insular Caribbean pp. 84-97 Downloads
John E. Knowles, Emma Doyle, Steven R. Schill, Lynnette M. Roth, Amy Milam and George T. Raber
Analysis of the determinants of international seafood trade using a gravity model pp. 98-106 Downloads
Fabrizio Natale, Alessandra Borrello and Arina Motova
A proactive approach for maritime safety policy making for the Gulf of Finland: Seeking best practices pp. 107-118 Downloads
Päivi Haapasaari, Inari Helle, Annukka Lehikoinen, Jouni Lappalainen and Sakari Kuikka
Using compliance data to improve marine protected area management pp. 119-127 Downloads
Andrew D. Read, Ronald J. West and Brendan P. Kelaher
Public awareness of the economic potential and threats to sharks of a tropical oceanic archipelago in the western South Atlantic pp. 128-133 Downloads
Ricardo C. Garla, Renato H.A. Freitas, Janaina F. Calado, Gustavo B.C. Paterno and Adriana R. Carvalho
“A Different Kettle of Fish”: Mental health strategies for Australian fishers, and farmers pp. 134-140 Downloads
Tanya King, Sue Kilpatrick, Karen Willis and Christopher Speldewinde
Having the cake and eating it too: To manage or own the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone pp. 141-148 Downloads
Rachel Tiller and Elizabeth Nyman
Media representations of risk: The reporting of dredge spoil disposal in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park at Abbot Point pp. 149-161 Downloads
Ally J. Lankester, Erin Bohensky and Maxine Newlands
A method to measure enforcement effort in shipping with incomplete information pp. 162-170 Downloads
Xichen Ji, Jan Brinkhuis and Sabine Knapp
Community based fishery management within the Menai Bay conservation area: A survey of the resource user pp. 171-177 Downloads
Nathanial Colbert-Sangree and Jordan Suter
Bio-logging as marine scientific research under the law of the sea: A commentary responding to James Kraska, Guillermo Ortuño Crespo, David W. Johnston, bio-logging of marine migratory species in the law of the sea, Marine Policy 51 (2015) 394–400 pp. 178-181 Downloads
Richard J. McLaughlin
The price of fish: A global trade analysis of Patagonian (Dissostichus eleginoides) and Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni)☆ pp. 186-196 Downloads
Emily Grilly, Keith Reid, Sarah Lenel and Julia Jabour
What are the major global threats and impacts in marine environments? Investigating the contours of a shared perception among marine scientists from the bottom-up pp. 197-201 Downloads
W.J. Boonstra, K.M. Ottosen, A.S.A. Ferreira, A. Richter, L.A. Rogers, M.W. Pedersen, A. Kokkalis, H. Bardarson, S. Bonanomi, W. Butler, F.K. Diekert, N. Fouzai, M. Holma, R.E. Holt, K.Ø. Kvile, E. Malanski, J.I. Macdonald, E. Nieminen, G. Romagnoni, M. Snickars, B. Weigel, P. Woods, J. Yletyinen and J.d Whittington
Validating RAPFISH sustainability indicators: Focus on multi-disciplinary aspects of Indian marine fisheries pp. 202-207 Downloads
M. Suresha Adiga, P.S. Ananthan, V. Ramasubramanian and H.V. Divya Kumari
Towards a new’fisheries crime’ paradigm: South Africa as an illustrative example pp. 208-215 Downloads
Eve de Coning and Emma Witbooi
Marine reserve establishment and on-going management costs: A case study from New Zealand pp. 216-224 Downloads
U.A. Rojas-Nazar, R. Cullen, J.P.A. Gardner and J.J. Bell
Status of international monitoring and management of abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear and ghost fishing pp. 225-239 Downloads
Eric Gilman
Canada's Pacific groundfish trawl habitat agreement: A global first in an ecosystem approach to bottom trawl impacts pp. 240-248 Downloads
Scott Wallace, Bruce Turris, John Driscoll, Karin Bodtker, Brian Mose and Gordon Munro
The status of marine and coastal ecosystem-based management among the network of U.S. federal programs pp. 249-258 Downloads
Dell’Apa, Andrea, Adam Fullerton, Franklin Schwing and Margaret M. Brady
Co-managing public research in Australian fisheries through convergence–divergence processes pp. 259-271 Downloads
Domenico Dentoni and Laurens Klerkx
Permanent trawl fishery closures in the Mediterranean Sea: An effective management strategy? pp. 272-279 Downloads
Fabio Pranovi, Marco Anelli Monti, Alberto Caccin, Daniele Brigolin and Matteo Zucchetta
Adaptation in a time of stress: A social-ecological perspective on changing fishing strategies in the Canadian snow crab fishery pp. 280-286 Downloads
Grant D. Murray and Danny Ings
Networks of capital: Reframing knowledge in the Namibian hake fishery pp. 293-299 Downloads
Kelsey Draper
The fire and the eye: Fishers knowledge, echo-sounding and the invention of the skipper in the St. Helena Bay pelagic fishery ca. 1930–1960 pp. 300-308 Downloads
Lance van Sittert
Tracks, trawls and lines—Knowledge practices of skippers in the Namibian hake fisheries pp. 309-317 Downloads
Barbara Paterson
Tracking the movement of fish: Skippers׳ logbooks and contestations over ways of knowing the sea pp. 318-324 Downloads
Tarryn-Anne Anderson
Being heard: Thinking through different versions of rationality, epistemological policing and dissonances in marine conservation pp. 325-330 Downloads
Jennifer J.M. Rogerson
Defiance and obedience: Regulatory compliance among artisanal fishers in St Helena Bay pp. 331-337 Downloads
Oliver J. Schultz
The militarisation of marine resource conservation and law enforcement in the Western Cape, South Africa pp. 338-344 Downloads
Marieke Norton
Fisheries science, Parliament and fishers׳ knowledge in South Africa: An attempt at scholarly diplomacy pp. 345-352 Downloads
Lesley Green
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