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Volume 38, issue C, 2013

Status of Kuwait's fishery resources: Assessment and perspective pp. 1-7 Downloads
Amani S.Y. Al-Zaidan, Salim Y. Al-Mohanna and Preeta George
Eco-labeling seafood: Addressing impacts to vulnerable seafloor species, communities, habitats and ecosystems in data-poor regions pp. 8-15 Downloads
Eric Heupel and Peter J. Auster
A method for incorporating climate change modelling into marine conservation planning: An Indo-west Pacific example pp. 16-24 Downloads
Jessica S. Levy and Natalie C. Ban
On the environmental effectiveness of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive pp. 25-40 Downloads
Christine Bertram and Katrin Rehdanz
The value of line-caught and other attributes: An exploration of price premiums for chilled fish in UK supermarkets pp. 41-44 Downloads
Geir Sogn-Grundvåg, Thomas A. Larsen and James A. Young
Enforcement and compliance trends under IFQ management in the Gulf of Mexico commercial reef fish fishery pp. 45-53 Downloads
Read D. Porter, Zachary Jylkka and Greta Swanson
Institutional stability and change in the Baltic Sea: 30 years of issues, crises and solutions pp. 54-64 Downloads
Matilda Valman
Investing in nature: Restoring coastal habitat blue infrastructure and green job creation pp. 65-71 Downloads
Peter Edwards, A.E. Sutton-Grier and G.E. Coyle
How supportive are existing national legal regimes for multi-use marine spatial planning?—The South African case pp. 72-79 Downloads
Susan Taljaard and Lara van Niekerk
Evaluating tradeoffs among ecosystem services to inform marine spatial planning pp. 80-89 Downloads
Sarah E. Lester, Christopher Costello, Benjamin S. Halpern, Steven D. Gaines, Crow White and John A. Barth
Spatially explicit economic assessment of cultural ecosystem services: Non-extractive recreational uses of the coastal environment related to marine biodiversity pp. 90-98 Downloads
A. Ruiz-Frau, H. Hinz, G. Edwards-Jones and M.J. Kaiser
China's distant water fishing industry: Evolving policies and implications pp. 99-108 Downloads
Tabitha Grace Mallory
Strictly for the birds? pp. 109-115 Downloads
Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Reflections on the position of the major maritime powers with respect to the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001 pp. 116-123 Downloads
Sarah Dromgoole
Fishing in muddy waters: Exploring the conditions for effective governance of fisheries and aquaculture pp. 124-132 Downloads
Agni Kalfagianni and Philipp Pattberg
The integration of nature conservation into the marine spatial planning process pp. 133-139 Downloads
Zacharoula Kyriazi, Frank Maes, Marijn Rabaut, Magda Vincx and Steven Degraer
International, regional and national commitments meet local implementation: A case study of marine conservation in Northern Ireland pp. 140-150 Downloads
K.L. Yates, A. Payo Payo and D.S. Schoeman
Spatiotemporal modelling for policy analysis: Application to sustainable management of whale-watching activities pp. 151-162 Downloads
Clément Chion, Guy Cantin, Suzan Dionne, Benoit Dubeau, Philippe Lamontagne, Jacques-André Landry, Danielle Marceau, Cristiane C.A. Martins, Nadia Ménard, Robert Michaud, Lael Parrott and Samuel Turgeon
An evaluation of self-governance in the New Zealand Bluff oyster fishery—A modelling approach pp. 163-173 Downloads
Yu Wen Yang, Dan Fu and Ross Cullen
Food security and the Coral Triangle Initiative pp. 174-183 Downloads
Simon Foale, Dedi Adhuri, Porfiro Aliño, Edward H. Allison, Neil Andrew, Philippa Cohen, Louisa Evans, Michael Fabinyi, Pedro Fidelman, Christopher Gregory, Natasha Stacey, John Tanzer and Nireka Weeratunge
A comparison of zoning analyses to inform the planning of a marine protected area network in Raja Ampat, Indonesia pp. 184-194 Downloads
Hedley S. Grantham, Vera N. Agostini, Joanne Wilson, Sangeeta Mangubhai, Nur Hidayat, Andreas Muljadi, Muhajir,, Chris Rotinsulu, Meity Mongdong, Michael W. Beck and Hugh P. Possingham
Institutional entrepreneurs, global networks, and the emergence of international institutions for ecosystem-based management: The Coral Triangle Initiative pp. 195-204 Downloads
Franciska Rosen and Per Olsson
Interactions between aquaculture and fisheries pp. 205-213 Downloads
Fabrizio Natale, Johann Hofherr, Gianluca Fiore and Jarno Virtanen
Practical tools to support marine spatial planning: A review and some prototype tools pp. 214-227 Downloads
Vanessa Stelzenmüller, Janette Lee, Andy South, Jo Foden and Stuart I. Rogers
Fisheries quota allocation: Laboratory experiments on simultaneous and combinatorial auctions pp. 228-234 Downloads
John Tisdell and Md Sayed Iftekhar
Improving fisheries co-management through ecosystem-based spatial management: The Galapagos Marine Reserve pp. 235-245 Downloads
Mauricio Castrejón and Anthony Charles
Tracing value chains to understand effects of trade on coral reef fish in Zanzibar, Tanzania pp. 246-256 Downloads
M. Thyresson, B. Crona, M. Nyström, M. de la Torre-Castro and N. Jiddawi
Who gets what? Developing a more equitable framework for EU fishing agreements pp. 257-266 Downloads
Frédéric Le Manach, Mialy Andriamahefazafy, Sarah Harper, Alasdair Harris, Gilles Hosch, Glenn-Marie Lange, Dirk Zeller and Ussif Sumaila
Institutional quality and catch performance of fishing nations pp. 267-276 Downloads
Ola Flaaten
Knowing in context: An exploration of the interface of marine harvesters' local ecological knowledge with ecosystem approaches to management pp. 277-286 Downloads
Alida Bundy and Anthony Davis
A comparative case study of fish stocking between Sweden and Finland: Explaining differences in decision making at the street level pp. 287-292 Downloads
Mikael Sevä
Fishing gear substitution to reduce bycatch and habitat impacts: An example of social–ecological research to inform policy pp. 293-303 Downloads
Lekelia D. Jenkins and Karen Garrison
How terrestrial management concepts have led to unrealistic expectations of marine protected areas pp. 304-311 Downloads
R. Kearney, G. Farebrother, C.D. Buxton and P. Goodsell
The International Plan of Action for Sharks: How does national implementation measure up? pp. 312-320 Downloads
Brendal Davis and Boris Worm
Swedish coastal herring fisheries in the wake of an ITQ system pp. 321-324 Downloads
Staffan Waldo, Kim Berndt, Cecilia Hammarlund, Martin Lindegren, Anders Nilsson and Anders Persson
Marine bioregional plans and implementation issues: Australia's oceans policy process pp. 325-329 Downloads
Joanna Vince
“See you in court!”: Whaling as a two level game in Australian politics and foreign policy pp. 330-336 Downloads
Michael Heazle
A communicative turnaround: Shifting the burden of proof in European fisheries governance pp. 337-345 Downloads
Sebastian Linke and Svein Jentoft
The effectiveness of community-based governance of small-scale fisheries, Ngazidja island, Comoros pp. 346-354 Downloads
Melissa Hauzer, Philip Dearden and Grant Murray
Lessons learned from investing in marine and coastal management initiatives in the East Asian Seas pp. 355-364 Downloads
Anna Tengberg and Annadel S Cabanban
Polar bears and CITES: A rejoinder to Parsons and Cornick pp. 365-368 Downloads
Douglas A. Clark, Chanda Meek, John Cheechoo, Susan Clark, A. Lee Foote, David Lee and Geoff York
Moving beyond the fished or farmed dichotomy pp. 369-374 Downloads
Dane H. Klinger, Mary Turnipseed, James Anderson, Frank Asche, Larry B. Crowder, Atle Guttormsen, Benjamin S. Halpern, Mary I. O'Connor, Raphael Sagarin, Kimberly A. Selkoe, Geoffrey G. Shester, Martin Smith and Peter Tyedmers
A critical review of fishing agreements with tropical developing countries pp. 375-386 Downloads
Antonius Gagern and Jeroen van den Bergh
Identifying the importance of the “skipper effect” within sources of measured inefficiency in fisheries through data envelopment analysis (DEA) pp. 387-396 Downloads
Ian Vázquez-Rowe and Peter Tyedmers
The Precautionary approach to fisheries management: How this is taken into account by Tuna regional fisheries management organisations (RFMOs) pp. 397-406 Downloads
Paul de Bruyn, Hilario Murua and Martín Aranda
Multilevel governance and management of shared stocks with integrated markets: The European anchovy case pp. 407-416 Downloads
Luca Mulazzani, Richard Curtin, Marga Andrés and Giulio Malorgio
Fishery livelihoods and (non-)compliance with fishery regulations—A case study in Ca Mau Province, Mekong Delta, Viet Nam pp. 417-427 Downloads
Tran Thi Phung Ha and Han van Dijk
The conflict between the southern right whale and coastal fisheries on the southern coast of Brazil pp. 428-437 Downloads
Camilah Antunes Zappes, Camila Ventura da Silva, Mônica Pontalti, Mônica Lauriano Danielski and Ana Paula Madeira Di Beneditto
Climate change, scenarios and marine biodiversity conservation pp. 438-446 Downloads
Marcus Haward, Julie Davidson, Michael Lockwood, Marc Hockings, Lorne Kriwoken and Robyn Allchin
Socio-economic impacts of ocean acidification in the Mediterranean Sea pp. 447-456 Downloads
Luís C. Rodrigues, Jeroen van den Bergh and Andrea Ghermandi
A review of animal welfare implications of the Canadian commercial seal hunt pp. 457-469 Downloads
Andrew Butterworth and Mary Richardson
Estimating the economic impacts of bycatch in U.S. commercial fisheries pp. 470-475 Downloads
Wesley S. Patrick and Lee R. Benaka
Adaptation of fisheries and mariculture management to extreme oceanic environmental changes and climate variability in Taiwan pp. 476-482 Downloads
Yi Chang, Ming-An Lee, Kuo-Tien Lee and Kwang-Tsao Shao
Leatherback turtle conservation in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Act local, think global? pp. 483-490 Downloads
Peter B. Richardson, Annette C. Broderick, Michael S. Coyne, Shannon Gore, James C. Gumbs, Arlington Pickering, Susan Ranger, Matthew J. Witt and Brendan J. Godley
Marine renewables and coastal communities—Experiences from the offshore oil industry in the 1970s and their relevance to marine renewables in the 2010s pp. 491-499 Downloads
Kate Johnson, Sandy Kerr and Jonathan Side
How robust is the environmental impact assessment process in South Australia? Behind the scenes of the Adelaide seawater desalination project pp. 500-506 Downloads
Jochen Kämpf and Beverley Clarke
Individual consistency in the foraging behaviour of Northern Gannets: Implications for interactions with offshore renewable energy developments pp. 507-514 Downloads
L.M. Soanes, P.W. Atkinson, R.D. Gauvain and J.A. Green
A survey of US halibut IFQ holders: Market participation, attitudes, and impacts pp. 515-522 Downloads
Courtney Carothers
Conservation values in marine ecosystem-based management pp. 523-530 Downloads
James Sanchirico, Daniel K. Lew, Alan C. Haynie, David M. Kling and David F. Layton
Priority questions to shape the marine and coastal policy research agenda in the United Kingdom pp. 531-537 Downloads
Siân Rees, Stephen Fletcher, Gillian Glegg, Charlotte Marshall, Lynda Rodwell, Rebecca Jefferson, Maria Campbell, Olivia Langmead, Matthew Ashley, Helen Bloomfield, Daniel Brutto, Andrew Colenutt, Alessandra Conversi, Bob Earll, Caroline Hattam, Simon Ingram, Emma McKinley, Laurence Mee, Jenny Oates, Francis Peckett, Jim Portus, Martin Reed, Stuart Rogers, Justine Saunders, Kylie Scales and Russel Wynn
Managing for a resilient ocean pp. 538-544 Downloads
R. Fujita, J.H. Moxley, H. DeBey, T. Van Leuvan, A. Leumer, K. Honey, S. Aguilera and M. Foley
Shark bites and public attitudes: Policy implications from the first before and after shark bite survey pp. 545-547 Downloads
Christopher L. Neff and Jean Y.H. Yang
Is a stock overfished if it is depleted by overfishing? A response to the rebuttal of Agnew et al. to Froese and Proelss “Evaluation and legal assessment of certified seafood” pp. 548-550 Downloads
Rainer Froese and Alexander Proelss
Rebuttal to Froese and Proelss “Evaluation and legal assessment of certified seafood” pp. 551-553 Downloads
D.J. Agnew, N.L. Gutiérrez, A. Stern-Pirlot, A.D.M. Smith, C. Zimmermann and K. Sainsbury
Comments on ‘Prospects for the use of macroalgae for fuel in Ireland and UK: An overview of marine management issues’ pp. 554-556 Downloads
Adam D Hughes, Kenneth D Black, Iona Campbell, Johanna J Heymans, Kyla K Orr, Michele S. Stanley and Maeve S. Kelly
Accounting for heterogeneity in small-scale fisheries management: The Amazon case pp. 557-565 Downloads
Leandro Castello, David G. McGrath, Caroline C. Arantes and Oriana T. Almeida
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