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Volume 32, issue 6, 2008

What do we know about the labour market for seafarers?: A view from the UK pp. 845-855 Downloads
David Glen
Strategic coastal governance issues in Fiji: The challenges of integration pp. 856-866 Downloads
Marcus B. Lane
Evaluating collaborative fisheries management planning: A Canadian case study pp. 867-876 Downloads
Neil A. Davis
Port selection factors by shipping lines: Different perspectives between trunk liners and feeder service providers pp. 877-885 Downloads
Young-Tae Chang, Sang-Yoon Lee and Jose L. Tongzon
The exclusive economic zone and economic development in the Pacific island countries pp. 886-897 Downloads
Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Dive tourism, fishing and marine protected areas in the Calamianes Islands, Philippines pp. 898-904 Downloads
Michael Fabinyi
Lessons from offshore: Challenges and opportunities in linking data to promote understanding of accidents and injuries among Newfoundland and Labrador fishers 1989-2001 pp. 905-912 Downloads
M. Binkley, K. Bigney, B. Neis and S. Bornstein
The constrained politics of the Svalbard offshore area pp. 913-919 Downloads
Torbjørn Pedersen
Fisher's behaviour with individual vessel quotas--Over-capacity and potential rent: Five case studies pp. 920-927 Downloads
Frank Asche, Håkan Eggert, Eyjolfur Gudmundsson, Ayoe Hoff and Sean Pascoe
The Norwegian system and the distribution of claims to redfeed pp. 928-940 Downloads
Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller
Managing by principle: A critical analysis of the European principles of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) pp. 941-955 Downloads
John McKenna, Andrew Cooper and Anne Marie O'Hagan
The impact of the 2005 hurricane season on the Louisiana Artificial Reef Program pp. 956-967 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and Richard A. Kasprzak
Fishery decline in Utila: Disentangling the web of governance pp. 968-979 Downloads
R.C. Korda, J.M. Hills and T.S. Gray
Marine spatial planning from the perspective of a small seaside community in Ireland pp. 980-987 Downloads
Wesley Flannery and Micheál Ó Cinnéide
Monitoring salmon aquaculture waste: The contribution of First Nations' rights, knowledge, and practices in British Columbia, Canada pp. 988-996 Downloads
Robyn Heaslip
Compromise in the IWC: Is it possible or desirable? pp. 997-1003 Downloads
Mike Iliff
Focusing on artisanal fleets in a new scenario: The case of Andalusia (Spain) pp. 1004-1012 Downloads
David Florido del Corral
Perceived concerns and possible management strategies for governing 'wind farm-mariculture integration' pp. 1013-1022 Downloads
Tanja Michler-Cieluch and Gesche Krause
Econometric analysis of the ship demolition market pp. 1023-1036 Downloads
Sabine Knapp, Shashi N. Kumar and Anna Bobo Remijn
Performance of an inshore fishery in the absence of regulatory enforcement pp. 1037-1042 Downloads
Edward Fahy
Employment of seafarers in the EU context: Challenges and opportunities pp. 1043-1049 Downloads
Kyriaki Mitroussi
A note on "overfishing" pp. 1050-1052 Downloads
Giulio Pontecorvo
Breaking Basel: The elements of the Basel Convention and its application to toxic ships pp. 1053-1062 Downloads
Amy E. Moen
Mixed messages: Buying back Australia's fishing industry pp. 1063-1071 Downloads
Monica Minnegal and Peter D. Dwyer
Sustainable management of wild Irish Atlantic salmon: Keys found through the looking-glass pp. 1072-1079 Downloads
Ruth E. Brennan and Lynda D. Rodwell
Building resilience through interlocal relations: Case studies of polar bear and walrus management in the Bering Strait pp. 1080-1089 Downloads
Chanda L. Meek, Amy Lauren Lovecraft, Martin D. Robards and Gary P. Kofinas
A new direction in coastal management pp. 1090-1093 Downloads
So-Min Cheong
Aquaculture and the poor--Is the culture of high-value fish a viable livelihood option for the poor? pp. 1094-1102 Downloads
Natasja Sheriff, David C. Little and Kwanta Tantikamton

Volume 32, issue 5, 2008

Introduction pp. 759-761 Downloads
Fanny Douvere and Charles Ehler
The importance of marine spatial planning in advancing ecosystem-based sea use management pp. 762-771 Downloads
Fanny Douvere
Essential ecological insights for marine ecosystem-based management and marine spatial planning pp. 772-778 Downloads
Larry Crowder and Elliott Norse
The missing layer: Geo-technologies, communities, and implications for marine spatial planning pp. 779-786 Downloads
Kevin St. Martin and Madeleine Hall-Arber
Key elements and steps in the process of developing ecosystem-based marine spatial planning pp. 787-796 Downloads
Paul M. Gilliland and Dan Laffoley
The international legal framework for marine spatial planning pp. 797-810 Downloads
Frank Maes
Implementing marine spatial planning: A policy perspective pp. 811-815 Downloads
Ir. Cathy Plasman
The engagement of stakeholders in the marine spatial planning process pp. 816-822 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy and Fanny Douvere
The need and practice of monitoring, evaluating and adapting marine planning and management--lessons from the Great Barrier Reef pp. 823-831 Downloads
Jon Day
Marine spatial planning in the high seas pp. 832-839 Downloads
Jeff Ardron, Kristina Gjerde, Sian Pullen and Virginie Tilot
Conclusions: Benefits, lessons learned, and future challenges of marine spatial planning pp. 840-843 Downloads
Charles Ehler

Volume 32, issue 4, 2008

The Marine Planning Framework for South Australia: A new ecosystem-based zoning policy for marine management pp. 535-543 Downloads
Val Day, Rosemary Paxinos, Jon Emmett, Alison Wright and Meg Goecker
Coastal data and information management for integrated coastal management: The role of IODE pp. 544-550 Downloads
Desiderius C.P. Masalu
Artisanal fishing in Andalusia (II): Safety and working conditions policy pp. 551-558 Downloads
F. Piniella, J.P. Novalbos and P.J. Nogueroles
International legal options for the control of biofouling on international vessels pp. 559-569 Downloads
Julian Roberts and Martin Tsamenyi
ITQs under illegal fishing: An application to the red shrimp fishery in Chile pp. 570-579 Downloads
Carlos Chavez, Nuria González and Hugo Salgado Cabrera
Endangered species, threatened fisheries: Science to the rescue! Evaluating the Congressionally designated Steller Sea Lion Research Program pp. 580-591 Downloads
Matthew D. Berman
Financial caps for oil pollution damage: A historical mistake? pp. 592-606 Downloads
Michael Faure and Hui Wang
International cooperation among nation-states of the North Pacific Ocean on the problem of competition among salmon for a common pool of prey resources pp. 607-617 Downloads
Carrie A. Holt, Murray B. Rutherford and Randall M. Peterman
What determines the institutional performance of environmental regimes?: A case study of the Mediterranean Action Plan pp. 618-629 Downloads
Sofia Frantzi
Positioning fisheries in a changing world pp. 630-634 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton, Ray Hilborn, Lori Ridgeway, Dale Squires, Meryl Williams, Serge Garcia, Theodore Groves, James Joseph, Kieran Kelleher, Tom Kompas, Gary Libecap, Carl Gustaf Lundin, Mitsutaku Makino, Þórólfur Matthíasson, Richard McLoughlin, Ana Parma, Gustavo San Martin, Ben Satia, Carl-Christian Schmidt, Maree Tait and Lin Xiu Zhang
Rethinking small-scale fisheries compliance pp. 635-642 Downloads
Maria Hauck
Developing underutilized fisheries: Oregon's developmental fisheries program pp. 643-652 Downloads
Michael Harte, Polly Endreny, Gil Sylvia and Heather Munro Mann
Econometric analysis to differentiate effects of various ship safety inspections pp. 653-662 Downloads
Sabine Knapp and Philip Hans Franses
The IVQ regime in Norway: A stable alternative to an ITQ regime? pp. 663-668 Downloads
Dag Standal and Bernt Aarset
The infusion of sustainability into bilateral fisheries agreements with developing countries: The European Union example pp. 669-679 Downloads
Emma Witbooi
Creating local management legitimacy pp. 680-691 Downloads
Evelyn Pinkerton and Leonard John
Managing excess capacity in small-scale fisheries: Perspectives from stakeholders in three Southeast Asian countries pp. 692-700 Downloads
Nerissa Salayo, Len Garces, Michael Pido, K.Kuperan Viswanathan, Robert Pomeroy, Mahfuzuddin Ahmed, Ida Siason, Keang Seng and Awae Masae
Fishing occupational health and safety: A comparison of regulatory regimes and safety outcomes in six countries pp. 701-710 Downloads
M.J.S. Windle, B. Neis, S. Bornstein, M. Binkley and Peter Navarro
OPA 90's impact at reducing oil spills pp. 711-718 Downloads
Anthony C. Homan and Todd Steiner
United Kingdom ports policy: Changing government attitudes pp. 719-727 Downloads
S.J. Pettit
Fisheries in the context of marine spatial planning: Defining principal areas for fisheries in the German EEZ pp. 728-739 Downloads
Heino O. Fock
Assessing New England's waterborne energy imports (1995-2004) pp. 740-748 Downloads
Bruce E. Marti
Fishing industry and related perspectives on the issues raised by no-take marine protected area proposals pp. 749-758 Downloads
P.J.S. Jones

Volume 32, issue 3, 2008

A critical examination of worldwide guidelines for minimising the disturbance to marine mammals during seismic surveys pp. 255-262 Downloads
Ross Compton, Lissa Goodwin, Richard Handy and Victor Abbott
Managing shark fishermen in southern Australia: A critique pp. 263-273 Downloads
Peter D. Dwyer, Tanya J. King and Monica Minnegal
Examination of policies and MEAs commitment by SIDS for sustainable management of the Caribbean Sea pp. 274-282 Downloads
Asha Singh and Laurence Mee
Artisanal fishing areas and traditional ecological knowledge: The case study of the artisanal fisheries of the Patos Lagoon estuary (Brazil) pp. 283-292 Downloads
Adalberto Gularte Schafer and Enir Girondi Reis
Fisheries law enforcement--A survey of the economic literature pp. 293-300 Downloads
Linda Nøstbakken
Fleet sizes, fishing effort and the 'hidden' factors behind statistics: An anthropological study of small-scale fisheries in UK pp. 301-308 Downloads
Yoshitaka Ota and Roger Just
Trade secrets: Renaming and mislabeling of seafood pp. 309-318 Downloads
Jennifer L. Jacquet and Daniel Pauly
The paradox of public participation in fisheries governance. The rising number of actors and the devolution process pp. 319-325 Downloads
Juan L. Suárez de Vivero, Juan C. Rodríguez Mateos and D. Florido del Corral
The rise and fall of factory trawlers: An eclectic approach pp. 326-332 Downloads
Dag Standal
Normalization of the International Whaling Commission pp. 333-338 Downloads
Mike Iliff
The definition of marine recreational fishing in Europe pp. 339-350 Downloads
M.G. Pawson, H. Glenn and G. Padda
Fishing capacity management in China: Theoretic and practical perspectives pp. 351-359 Downloads
Huiguo Yu and Yunjun Yu
Management responses to the problem of incidental catch in fishing: A comparative analysis of the EU, Norway, and the Faeroe Islands pp. 360-368 Downloads
Stig S. Gezelius
Time-zoning for the safe-guarding of capture fisheries: A closed season in Tamil Nadu, India pp. 369-378 Downloads
M. Bavinck, L. de Klerk, D. van Dijk, J.V. Rothuizen, A.N. Blok, J.R. Bokhorst, E.K. van Haastrecht, T.J.c van de Loo, J.G.J. Quaedvlieg and J. Scholtens
Right whales and vessels in Canadian waters pp. 379-386 Downloads
S.S. Elvin and C.T. Taggart
Marine ecosystem approaches to management: challenges and lessons in the United States pp. 387-392 Downloads
Cassandra Barnes and Katherine W. McFadden
A context for ecosystem-based fishery management: Developing concepts of ecosystems and sustainability pp. 393-401 Downloads
Sarah K. Gaichas
Modernisation of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling pp. 402-407 Downloads
Mike Iliff
Is Japan's whaling humane? pp. 408-412 Downloads
Nick Gales, Russell Leaper and Vassili Papastavrou
Fostering sustainable behaviours in community-based co-managed fisheries pp. 413-420 Downloads
Myles H. Thompson
A comparison of economic performance in the fisheries sector: A short- and long-term perspective pp. 421-431 Downloads
P. Le Floc'h, F. Daurès, C. Brigaudeau and J. Bihel
Restructuring the Chinese seafood industry, global challenges and policy implications pp. 432-441 Downloads
Knut Bjørn Lindkvist, Torbjørn Trondsen and Jinghua Xie
CCAMLR process of risk assessment to minimise the effects of longline fishing mortality on seabirds pp. 442-454 Downloads
S.M. Waugh, G.B. Baker, R. Gales and J.P. Croxall
Approaches to classifying benthic habitat quality pp. 455-464 Downloads
H.M. Tillin, S.I. Rogers and C.L.J. Frid
Are the smallest fishing vessels the most sustainable?--trade-off analysis of sustainability attributes pp. 465-474 Downloads
Ingrid Bouwer Utne
Acceptable sustainability in the fishing fleet pp. 475-482 Downloads
Ingrid Bouwer Utne
The migrant anchovy fishery in Kabui Bay, Raja Ampat, Indonesia: Catch, profitability, and income distribution pp. 483-488 Downloads
Megan Bailey, Christovel Rotinsulu and Ussif Sumaila
Service contracts--An instrument of international logistics supply chain: Under United States and European Union regulatory frameworks pp. 489-496 Downloads
Peter Marlow and Rawindaran Nair
Can farmed salmon production keep growing? pp. 497-501 Downloads
Yajie Liu and Ussif Sumaila
A review of the ocean science and technology partnership between US and Korea pp. 502-513 Downloads
Dong-Oh Cho and Mary Anne Whitcomb
The institutional implications of environmental ethics for fishery management in the US exclusive economic zone pp. 514-521 Downloads
Donald M. Schug
The international whaling regime post 2007 pp. 522-527 Downloads
Mike Iliff
International fisheries agreement: Review of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas: Case study--Shark management pp. 528-533 Downloads
Juan C. Levesque

Volume 32, issue 2, 2008

Introduction: Interaction between environment and fisheries--The role of stakeholder participation pp. 147-157 Downloads
Riku Varjopuro, Tim Gray, Jenny Hatchard, Felix Rauschmayer and Heidi Wittmer
A complicated relationship: Stakeholder participation and the ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management pp. 158-168 Downloads
Tim Gray and Jenny Hatchard
Participatory practices in fisheries across Europe: Making stakeholders more responsible pp. 169-177 Downloads
Knut H. Mikalsen and Svein Jentoft
Institutional challenges for resolving conflicts between fisheries and endangered species conservation pp. 178-188 Downloads
Felix Rauschmayer, Heidi Wittmer and Augustin Berghöfer
Spatial planning on the North Sea: A case of cross-scale linkages pp. 189-200 Downloads
Ditte Degnbol and Douglas Clyde Wilson
Swedish coastal fisheries--From conflict mitigation to participatory management pp. 201-211 Downloads
Karl Bruckmeier and Christina Höj Larsen
Addressing multiple goals of ecosystem approach through deliberation and technology development pp. 212-222 Downloads
Riku Varjopuro
From open access to co-governance and conservation: The case of women shellfish collectors in Galicia (Spain) pp. 223-232 Downloads
Katia Frangoudes, Begoña Marugán-Pintos and José J. Pascual-Fernández
Fishing for social realities--Challenges to sustainable fisheries management in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve pp. 233-242 Downloads
Gudrun Pollack, Augustin Berghöfer and Uta Berghöfer
Stakeholder participation in ecosystem-based approaches to fisheries management: A synthesis from European research projects pp. 243-253 Downloads
Augustin Berghöfer, Heidi Wittmer and Felix Rauschmayer

Volume 32, issue 1, 2008

Shark interactions in pelagic longline fisheries pp. 1-18 Downloads
Eric Gilman, Shelley Clarke, Nigel Brothers, Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, John Mandelman, Jeff Mangel, Samantha Petersen, Susanna Piovano, Nicola Thomson, Paul Dalzell, Miguel Donoso, Meidad Goren and Tim Werner
What is the ecosystem approach for fisheries management pp. 19-26 Downloads
Joji Morishita
Comparing management of recreational Pagrus fisheries in Shark Bay (Australia) and Sagami Bay (Japan): Conventional catch controls versus stock enhancement pp. 27-37 Downloads
Ronald W.D. Mitchell, Osamu Baba, Gary Jackson and Tatsuya Isshiki
Not all fisheries will be collapsed in 2048 pp. 38-39 Downloads
Trevor A. Branch
Fishing safety policy and research pp. 40-45 Downloads
Carlos Perez-Labajos
Ocean zoning, first possession and Coasean contracts pp. 46-54 Downloads
Steven Edwards
Evaluation of policy options for the live reef food fish trade in the province of Palawan, Western Philippines pp. 55-65 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, Michael D. Pido, John Francisco A. Pontillas, Benjamin S. Francisco, Alan T. White, Eva Marie C. Ponce De Leon and Geronimo T. Silvestre
The formation of policy for protection of cold-water coral off the coast of Norway pp. 66-73 Downloads
Claire W. Armstrong and Sybille van den Hove
The profitability of the artisanal galician fleet pp. 74-78 Downloads
M. Dolores Garza-Gil and Lucy Amigo-Dobaño
Made in Japan: The Japanese market and herring roe production and management in Canada's southern Gulf of St. Lawrence pp. 79-88 Downloads
Lenore Burke and John Phyne
Uncertainty and asymmetric information: An overview pp. 89-103 Downloads
Frank Jensen
Governing fisheries as complex adaptive systems pp. 104-112 Downloads
Robin Mahon, Patrick McConney and Rathindra N. Roy
Network governance in fisheries pp. 113-119 Downloads
Mark T. Gibbs
Compliance costs and the small fisher: A study of exiters from the New Zealand fishery pp. 120-131 Downloads
James Stewart and Kim Walshe
The promise and perils of building a co-management regime: An institutional assessment of New Zealand fisheries management between 1999 and 2005 pp. 132-141 Downloads
Tracy Yandle
Social responsibility in shipping pp. 142-146 Downloads
Richard Goss
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