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Volume 33, issue 6, 2009

Coastal research and policy integration in northwest Europe. The COREPOINT project pp. 869-870 Downloads
J.A.G. Cooper and V. Cummins
Integrated management of marine biodiversity in Europe: Perspectives from ICZM and the evolving EU Maritime Policy framework pp. 871-877 Downloads
Betty Queffelec, Valerie Cummins and Denis Bailly
Designation of marine protected areas in Belgium: A legal and ecological success? pp. 878-886 Downloads
Dirk Bogaert, An Cliquet and Frank Maes
Landscape-scale analysis of ecosystem risk and returns: A new tool for ICZM pp. 887-900 Downloads
Jeremy Hills, Margaret Carlisle, Martin Le Tissier, David Muir and Caroline Robinson
The role of research networks for science-policy collaboration in coastal areas pp. 901-911 Downloads
T.A. Stojanovic, I. Ball, R.C. Ballinger, G. Lymbery and W. Dodds
Coastal governance in North West Europe: An assessment of approaches to the European stocktake pp. 912-922 Downloads
A.M. O'Hagan and R. Ballinger
Practice versus policy-led coastal defence management pp. 923-929 Downloads
M.C. O'Connor, G. Lymbery, J.A.G. Cooper, J. Gault and J. McKenna
Assessment of recreation activity and its application to integrated management and spatial planning for Cork Harbour, Ireland pp. 930-937 Downloads
Cathal O'Mahony, Jeremy Gault, Val Cummins, Kathrin Köpke and Darragh O'Suilleabhain

Volume 33, issue 5, 2009

Crossing the divide: The challenges of designing an ecologically coherent and representative network of MPAs for the UK pp. 737-743 Downloads
P.J.S. Jones and A. Carpenter
Harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) conservation management: A dimensional approach pp. 744-749 Downloads
Rhian E. Jenkins, Raymond D.H. Brown and Michael R. Phillips
Stakeholder objective preferences in Australian Commonwealth managed fisheries pp. 750-758 Downloads
Sean Pascoe, Wendy Proctor, Chris Wilcox, James Innes, Wayne Rochester and Natalie Dowling
Equity, justice and power issues raised by no-take marine protected area proposals pp. 759-765 Downloads
P.J.S. Jones
Designing ITQ programs for commercial recreational fishing pp. 766-774 Downloads
Joshua Abbott, Vishwanie Maharaj and James Wilen
Whaling and its controversies: Examining the attitudes of Japan's youth pp. 775-783 Downloads
Julia Bowett and Pete Hay
Understanding divergent perspectives in marine governance in Kenya pp. 784-793 Downloads
Louisa S. Evans
Systematic marine conservation planning in data-poor regions: Socioeconomic data is essential pp. 794-800 Downloads
Natalie C. Ban, Gretchen J.A. Hansen, Michael Jones and Amanda C.J. Vincent
Marine ecosystem-based management in the Southern Cone of South America: Stakeholder perceptions and lessons for implementation pp. 801-806 Downloads
Stefan Gelcich, Omar Defeo, Oscar Iribarne, Graciano Del Carpio, Random DuBois, Sebastian Horta, Juan Pablo Isacch, Natalio Godoy, Pastor Coayla Peñaloza and Juan Carlos Castilla
An overview of socio-economic and ecological perspectives of Fiji's inshore reef fisheries pp. 807-817 Downloads
Lydia C.L. Teh, Louise S.L. Teh, Ben Starkhouse and Ussif Sumaila
Performance of community-based coastal resource management (CBCRM) programs in the Philippines: A meta-analysis pp. 818-825 Downloads
Ronald J. Maliao, Robert Pomeroy and Ralph G. Turingan
Does ratification matter and do major conventions improve safety and decrease pollution in shipping? pp. 826-846 Downloads
Sabine Knapp and Philip Hans Franses
Evidence on target factors used for port state control inspections pp. 847-859 Downloads
Pierre Cariou, Maximo Q. Mejia and François-Charles Wolff
Capacity and economic efficiency in small-scale fisheries: Evidence from the Mediterranean Sea pp. 860-867 Downloads
Lorenzo Idda, Fabio Madau and Pietro Pulina

Volume 33, issue 4, 2009

From community-based to co-management: Improvement or deterioration in fisheries governance in the Cherai Poyil fishery in the Cochin Estuary, Kerala, India? pp. 537-543 Downloads
Kaleekal Thomson and Tim Gray
The impact of artisanal fishing on coral reef fish health in Hat Thai Mueang, Phang-nga Province, Southern Thailand pp. 544-552 Downloads
Estelle Jones, Tim Gray and Chanin Umponstira
Fisheries and coastal governance as a wicked problem pp. 553-560 Downloads
Svein Jentoft and Ratana Chuenpagdee
The restoration of fishing services and the conveyance of risk information in the Southern California Bight pp. 561-570 Downloads
William S. Breffle and Kristen K. Maroney
Mapping fisheries in the German exclusive economic zone with special reference to offshore Natura 2000 sites pp. 571-590 Downloads
Søren Anker Pedersen, Heino O. Fock and Anne F. Sell
Low-cost port competitiveness index: Implementation in the Spanish port system pp. 591-598 Downloads
José I. Castillo-Manzano, Mercedes Castro-Nuño, Fernando González Laxe, Lourdes López-Valpuesta and M. Teresa Arévalo-Quijada
Challenges in developing China's marine protected area system pp. 599-605 Downloads
Wanfei Qiu, Bin Wang, Peter J.S. Jones and Jan C. Axmacher
Improving market access for salmon through free trade agreements: The role of interests and institutional frameworks pp. 606-612 Downloads
Christel Elvestad
Assessing prospects for shrimp culture in the Indian Sundarbans: A combined simulation modelling and choice experiment approach pp. 613-623 Downloads
D. Knowler, N. Philcox, S. Nathan, W. Delamare, W. Haider and K. Gupta
Geopolitical factors of maritime policies and marine spatial planning: State, regions, and geographical planning scope pp. 624-634 Downloads
Juan L. Suárez de Vivero, Juan C. Rodríguez Mateos and David Florido del Corral
Strategic priorities for assessing ecological impacts of marine renewable energy devices in the Pentland Firth (Scotland, UK) pp. 635-642 Downloads
Mark A. Shields, Lora Jane Dillon, David K. Woolf and Alex T. Ford
Predicting tsunami arrivals: Estimates and policy implications pp. 643-650 Downloads
Dao Hua Zhang, Tsz Leung Yip and Chiu-On Ng
The importance of data discovery and management in advancing ecosystem-based management pp. 651-653 Downloads
Cristina Carollo, Dave J. Reed, John C. Ogden and David Palandro
The emergence and effectiveness of the Marine Stewardship Council pp. 654-660 Downloads
Lars H. Gulbrandsen
Defining and estimating global marine fisheries bycatch pp. 661-672 Downloads
R.W.D. Davies, S.J. Cripps, A. Nickson and G. Porter
Marine reserve phenomenon in the Pacific islands pp. 673-678 Downloads
C.Y. Bartlett, K. Pakoa and C. Manua
Analysis of accidents in Greek shipping during the pre- and post-ISM period pp. 679-684 Downloads
Ernestos Tzannatos and Dimitris Kokotos
Overview, roles, and performance of the North East Atlantic fisheries commission (NEAFC) pp. 685-697 Downloads
Trond Bjørndal
An ecosystem-based framework for governance and management of maritime cultural heritage in the USA pp. 698-706 Downloads
Stefan Claesson
The elephant in the room: The hidden costs of leasing individual transferable fishing quotas pp. 707-713 Downloads
Evelyn Pinkerton and Danielle N. Edwards
Ex ante evaluation of the costs and benefits of individual transferable quotas: A case-study of seven Australian commonwealth fisheries pp. 714-719 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton and A. McIlgorm
Education for sustainable development for Tokyo Bay: Developing a practice framework of university-based coastal ESD pp. 720-725 Downloads
Midori Kawabe, Hiroshi Kohno, Takashi Ishimaru, Osamu Baba, Naho Horimoto, Reiko Ikeda, Jota Kanda, Takafumi Kudo, Masaji Matsuyama, Masato Moteki, Yayoi Oshima and Tsuyoshi Sasaki
EU marine policy on the move: The tension between fisheries and maritime policy pp. 726-732 Downloads
L. van Hoof and J. van Tatenhove
Recovering after a maritime terrorist attack: The APEC Trade Recovery Programme pp. 733-735 Downloads
Joshua Ho

Volume 33, issue 3, 2009

A review of marine mammal, sea turtle and seabird bycatch in USA fisheries and the role of policy in shaping management pp. 435-451 Downloads
Jeffrey E. Moore, Bryan P. Wallace, Rebecca L. Lewison, Ramúnas Zydelis, Tara M. Cox and Larry B. Crowder
Social acceptability of marine aquaculture: The use of survey-based methods for eliciting public and stakeholder preferences pp. 452-457 Downloads
David Whitmarsh and Maria Giovanna Palmieri
Liberal Intergovernmentalism, Historical Institutionalism, and British and German perceptions of the EU's Common Fisheries Policy pp. 458-465 Downloads
Craig McLean and Tim Gray
Public acceptance of the oceanic carbon sequestration pp. 466-471 Downloads
Norihiro Kamishiro and Toru Sato
Defining ecological indicators of trawling disturbance when everywhere that can be fished is fished: A Mediterranean case study pp. 472-478 Downloads
S. de Juan, M. Demestre and S. Thrush
Environmental analysis of the Norwegian fishery and aquaculture industry--A preliminary study focusing on farmed salmon pp. 479-488 Downloads
H. Ellingsen, J.O. Olaussen and I.B. Utne
Toward institutions for community-based management of inshore marine resources in the Western Indian Ocean pp. 489-496 Downloads
Joshua E. Cinner, Andrew Wamukota, Herilala Randriamahazo and Ando Rabearisoa
Economic gains of liberalising access to fishing quotas within the European Union pp. 497-503 Downloads
Jesper Andersen, Max Nielsen and Erik Lindebo
Unreported bycatch in the New Zealand West Coast South Island hoki fishery pp. 504-512 Downloads
Graeme Bremner, Peter Johnstone, Tracy Bateson and Philip Clarke
Crew members in South Africa's squid industry; whether they have benefitted from transformation and governance reforms pp. 513-519 Downloads
Mafaniso Hara
Maritime clusters in diverse regional contexts: The case of Canada pp. 520-527 Downloads
David Doloreux and Richard Shearmur
California Current Large Marine Ecosystem: Publicly available dataset of state and federal laws and regulations pp. 528-531 Downloads
Julia A. Ekstrom
A tool to navigate overlaps in fragmented ocean governance pp. 532-535 Downloads
Julia A. Ekstrom, Oran R. Young, Steve D. Gaines, Maria Gordon and Bonnie J. McCay

Volume 33, issue 2, 2009

Marine genetic resources: A review of scientific and commercial interest pp. 183-194 Downloads
David Leary, Marjo Vierros, Gwenaëlle Hamon, Salvatore Arico and Catherine Monagle
Fisheries management at the tri-national border between Belize, Guatemala and Honduras pp. 195-200 Downloads
Arlenie Perez
Valuing multi-attribute marine water quality pp. 201-206 Downloads
Håkan Eggert and Björn Olsson
Expanding fisheries co-management to ecosystem-based management: A case in the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage area, Japan pp. 207-214 Downloads
Mitsutaku Makino, Hiroyuki Matsuda and Yasunori Sakurai
Spatial policy and the behavior of fishermen pp. 215-222 Downloads
Branka Valcic
An evaluation of progress in implementing ecosystem-based management of fisheries in 33 countries pp. 223-232 Downloads
Tony J. Pitcher, Daniela Kalikoski, Katherine Short, Divya Varkey and Ganapathiraju Pramod
Establishment and closure of the directed Florida whiting (Menticirrhus americanus) fishery and implications for North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) conservation and management pp. 233-247 Downloads
Juan C. Levesque
Stakeholder's views on fisheries compliance: An Australian case study pp. 248-253 Downloads
Shekar Bose and Adnan Crees-Morris
Is the Spanish Greenland halibut fleet profitable after introducing the biological recovery plan? pp. 254-257 Downloads
M. Dolores Garza-Gil and Manuel Varela-Lafuente
Fixing problems in fisheries--integrating ITQs, CBM and MPAs in management pp. 258-263 Downloads
Mark Brady and Staffan Waldo
Institutional and ethical dimensions of resilience in fishing systems: Perspectives from co-managed fisheries in the Pacific Northwest pp. 264-270 Downloads
Syma Ebbin
Slow steps towards management of the world's largest tuna fishery pp. 271-279 Downloads
Adam Langley, Andrew Wright, Glenn Hurry, John Hampton, Transform Aqorua and Len Rodwell
Political regulation and radical institutional change: The case of aquaculture in Norway pp. 280-287 Downloads
Bernt Aarset and Stig-Erik Jakobsen
The institutional foundations of economic performance of mussel production: The Spanish case of the Galician floating raft culture pp. 288-296 Downloads
Gonzalo Caballero Miguez, María Dolores Garza Gil and Manuel M. Varela Lafuente
Do boat licences have a role in fisheries managed through individual quotas? Experience in Australian fisheries pp. 297-304 Downloads
Sean Pascoe and Tony Gibson
Protecting small cetaceans from coastal development: Impact assessment and mitigation experience in Hong Kong pp. 305-311 Downloads
Thomas A. Jefferson, Samuel K. Hung and Bernd Würsig
The Canada-Newfoundland Atlantic Accord Implementation Act: Transparency of the environmental management of the offshore oil and gas industry pp. 312-316 Downloads
Gail S. Fraser and Joanne Ellis
A governance perspective on the large marine ecosystem approach pp. 317-321 Downloads
Robin Mahon, Lucia Fanning and Patrick McConney
Resilience: What is it and what does it mean for marine policymakers? pp. 322-331 Downloads
Mark T. Gibbs
Involving the public in the impact assessment of offshore renewable energy facilities pp. 332-338 Downloads
Michelle Portman
Trade measures and the combat of IUU fishing: Institutional interplay and effective governance in the Northeast Atlantic pp. 339-349 Downloads
Olav Schram Stokke
Analysis of ship life cycles--The impact of economic cycles and ship inspections pp. 350-369 Downloads
Govert Bijwaard and Sabine Knapp
Public awareness of marine environmental issues in the UK pp. 370-375 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher, Jonathan S. Potts, Carolyn Heeps and Kate Pike
Sustainable financing for ocean and coastal management in Jamaica: The potential for revenues from tourist user fees pp. 376-385 Downloads
Peter Edwards
Managing fisheries and corruption in the Pacific Islands region pp. 386-392 Downloads
Quentin Hanich and Martin Tsamenyi
Fisheries and failing states: The case of Sierra Leone pp. 393-400 Downloads
Andy Thorpe, David Whitmarsh, Ernest Ndomahina, Andrew Baio, Miatta Kemokai and Thomas Lebbie
Occupational health and safety hazards in Atlantic Canadian aquaculture: Laying the groundwork for prevention pp. 401-411 Downloads
Darek T.R. Moreau and Barbara Neis
New Zealand oceans governance: Calming turbulent waters? pp. 412-418 Downloads
Joanna Vince and Marcus Haward
Small-scale marine fisheries policy in Vietnam pp. 419-428 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, Kim Anh Thi Nguyen and Ha Xuan Thong
The Australian continental shelf: Has Australia's high-latitude diplomacy paid off?' pp. 429-431 Downloads
Julia Jabour
Combating piracy and armed robbery in Asia: The ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC) pp. 432-434 Downloads
Joshua Ho

Volume 33, issue 1, 2009

Modelling fish trade liberalisation: Does fish trade liberalisation result in welfare gains or losses? pp. 1-7 Downloads
Max Nielsen
Estimating the economic impact of the Prestige oil spill on the Death Coast (NW Spain) fisheries pp. 8-23 Downloads
M.C. García Negro, Sebastian Villasante, A. Carballo Penela and G. Rodríguez Rodríguez
Unintended consequences: The spillover effects of common property regulations pp. 24-39 Downloads
Gordon Rausser, Stephen Hamilton, Marty Kovach and Ryan Stifter
Characterization of the southeastern US black sea bass (Centropristis striata) pot commercial fishery and implications for western North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) management and policy pp. 40-48 Downloads
Juan C. Levesque
Saltwater sport fishing for food or income in the Northeastern US: Statistical estimates and policy implications pp. 49-57 Downloads
Scott Steinback, Kristy Wallmo and Patricia Clay
An update on the cost of net-trawling operations in the Gulf of Mexico pp. 58-63 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and Jimmie Martin
Planning the use of fish for food security in the Pacific pp. 64-76 Downloads
Johann D. Bell, Mecki Kronen, Aliti Vunisea, Warwick J. Nash, Gregory Keeble, Andreas Demmke, Scott Pontifex and Serge Andréfouët
A preliminary assessment of threats to arctic marine mammals and their conservation in the coming decades pp. 77-82 Downloads
Henry P. Huntington
Implementation barriers to establishing a sustainable coastal aquaculture sector pp. 83-89 Downloads
Mark T. Gibbs
Innovation-support organizations in the marine science and technology industry: The case of Quebec's coastal region in Canada pp. 90-100 Downloads
David Doloreux and Yannik Melançon
Quantitative evaluation of the performance of a permit auction system in reducing bycatch of sea turtles in the Hawaii Swordfish longline fishery pp. 101-105 Downloads
Feng Tao Ning, Chao Zhang and Rod Fujita
Developing a conceptual model of marine farming in New Zealand pp. 106-117 Downloads
Hamish G. Rennie, Roger White and Lars Brabyn
Co-management and protected area management: Achieving effective management of a contested site, lessons from the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (GBRWHA) pp. 118-127 Downloads
Melissa Nursey-Bray and Phillip Rist
Financing marine protected areas in Jamaica: An exploratory study pp. 128-136 Downloads
Kimesha Reid-Grant and Mahadev G. Bhat
Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics pp. 137-145 Downloads
Lisa M. Campbell, Jennifer J. Silver, Noella J. Gray, Sue Ranger, Annette Broderick, Tatum Fisher, Matthew H. Godfrey, Shannon Gore, John Jeffers, Corrine Martin, Andrew McGowan, Peter Richardson, Carlos Sasso, Lorna Slade and Brendan Godley
Role of perceptions and knowledge in the impact assessment for the extension of Mainport Rotterdam pp. 146-155 Downloads
Saskia Hommes, Suzanne J.M.H. Hulscher, Jan P.M. Mulder, Henriëtte S. Otter and Hans Th.A. Bressers
The implementation of an ecosystem approach to management within a federal government agency pp. 156-163 Downloads
Katherine W. McFadden and Cassandra Barnes
Measuring management success: Experience with United States fisheries pp. 164-171 Downloads
John M. Ward and Michael Kelly
Enhancing community empowerment through participatory fisheries research pp. 172-179 Downloads
Melanie Wiber, Anthony Charles, John Kearney and Fikret Berkes
Out of new stocks in 2020: A comment on "Not all fisheries will be collapsed in 2048" pp. 180-181 Downloads
Rainer Froese, Amanda Stern-Pirlot and Kathleen Kesner-Reyes
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