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Volume 31, issue 6, 2007

Fish wars: Conflict and collaboration in fisheries management in Southeast Asia pp. 645-656 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, John Parks, Richard Pollnac, Tammy Campson, Emmanuel Genio, Cliff Marlessy, Elizabeth Holle, Michael Pido, Ayut Nissapa, Somsak Boromthanarat and Nguyen Thu Hue
Step zero for fisheries co-management: What precedes implementation pp. 657-668 Downloads
Ratana Chuenpagdee and Svein Jentoft
A brief catalogue of failures: Framing evaluation and learning in fisheries resource management pp. 669-680 Downloads
Kåre Nolde Nielsen and Petter Holm
Ten myths concerning ecosystem approaches to marine resource management pp. 681-690 Downloads
Steven A. Murawski
Murky waters: Media reporting of marine protected areas in South Australia pp. 691-697 Downloads
Eric Compas, Beverley Clarke, Cecile Cutler and Kathy Daish
Cheating about the cod pp. 698-705 Downloads
Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Subsistence in coastal fisheries policy: What's in a word? pp. 706-718 Downloads
Sarah Schumann and Seth Macinko
Spatial conflicts in New Zealand fisheries: The rights of fishers and protection of the marine environment pp. 719-729 Downloads
Randall Bess and Ramana Rallapudi
The effects of the M/V Sea Prince accident on maritime safety management in Korea pp. 730-735 Downloads
Dong-Oh Cho
Safety culture and hazard risk perception of Australian and New Zealand maritime pilots pp. 736-745 Downloads
R.M. Darbra, J.F.E. Crawford, C.W. Haley and R.J. Morrison

Volume 31, issue 5, 2007

Coastal management in the Solent: An introduction pp. 585-590 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher, David Johnson and Tracey Hewett
The impact of cruise ship generated waste on home ports and ports of call: A study of Southampton pp. 591-598 Downloads
Nickie Butt
Coastal lagoon habitat re-creation potential in Hampshire, England pp. 599-606 Downloads
D.E. Johnson, J. Bartlett and L.A. Nash
Heritage management plans and integrated coastal management pp. 607-610 Downloads
Tim Goodhead and Zeynep Aygen
The opportunities of spatial planning for integrated coastal management pp. 611-618 Downloads
Jane Taussik
The Hamble Estuary Partnership and Solent Forum: Duplication or integration? pp. 619-627 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher, Emma Beagley, Tracey Hewett, Alan Williams and Karen McHugh
Implications of the revision to the bathing water directive for local authorities in the Solent pp. 628-631 Downloads
Tracey Hewett
Monitoring the state of the Solent pp. 632-637 Downloads
Gemma Conway
Coastal management in the Solent: The stakeholder perspective pp. 638-644 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher and Kate Pike

Volume 31, issue 4, 2007

Limits of governability: Institutional implications for fisheries and coastal governance pp. 360-370 Downloads
Svein Jentoft
Reforming management of commercial fisheries in a small island territory pp. 371-378 Downloads
Michael Harte and John Barton
Funding commercial fisheries management: Lessons from New Zealand pp. 379-389 Downloads
Michael Harte
System evaluation of sustainability in the Norwegian cod-fisheries pp. 390-401 Downloads
Ingrid Bouwer Utne
A legal regime for the Arctic?: Interplay with the Law of the Sea Convention pp. 402-408 Downloads
Olav Schram Stokke
The European vision for oceans and seas--Social and political dimensions of the Green Paper on Maritime Policy for the EU pp. 409-414 Downloads
Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero
Investigation of strategies to improve the recycling effectiveness of waste oil from fishing vessels pp. 415-420 Downloads
Bin Lin, Cherng-Yuan Lin and Tain-Chyuan Jong
The parallel evolution of ocean and coastal management policies in Portugal pp. 421-433 Downloads
Gonçalo Carneiro
A large marine ecosystem governance framework pp. 434-443 Downloads
Lucia Fanning, Robin Mahon, Patrick McConney, Jorge Angulo, Felicity Burrows, Bisessar Chakalall, Diego Gil, Milton Haughton, Sherry Heileman, Sergio Martínez, L'ouverture Ostine, Adrian Oviedo, Scott Parsons, Terrence Phillips, Claudia Santizo Arroya, Bertha Simmons and Cesar Toro
An historical account of Brazilian public policy on fisheries subsidies pp. 444-450 Downloads
Patrízia R. Abdallah and Ussif Sumaila
Malthusian overfishing in Pulau Banggi? pp. 451-457 Downloads
Louise Teh and Ussif Sumaila
An evaluation of systems for the integrated assessment of capture fisheries pp. 458-469 Downloads
Duncan Leadbitter and Trevor J. Ward
Benchmarking for fisheries governance pp. 470-479 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton, Tom Kompas, Richard McLoughlin and Nick Rayns
Resource use conflicts in Mabini and Tingloy, the Philippines pp. 480-487 Downloads
Terhi Majanen
Ghost fishing in European waters: Impacts and management responses pp. 488-504 Downloads
James Brown and Graeme Macfadyen
Fish harvest tags: An alternative management approach for recreational fisheries in the US Gulf of Mexico pp. 505-516 Downloads
Robert Johnston, Daniel S. Holland, Vishwanie Maharaj and Tammy Warner Campson
Interviewing people about the coast on the coast: Appraising the wider adoption of ICZM in North East England pp. 517-526 Downloads
Peter Chaniotis and Selina Stead
Can cod farming affect cod fishing? A system evaluation of sustainability pp. 527-534 Downloads
Dag Standal and Ingrid Bouwer Utne
Work sharing in Kerala's fisheries pp. 535-539 Downloads
Marrit van den Berg and Bart Jan Lensing
Co-management from the top? The roles of policy entrepreneurs and distributive conflict in developing co-management arrangements pp. 540-549 Downloads
Betsi Beem
Econometric analysis on the effect of port state control inspections on the probability of casualty: Can targeting of substandard ships for inspections be improved? pp. 550-563 Downloads
Sabine Knapp and Philip Hans Franses
UK Personal Watercraft Management: A user perspective pp. 564-572 Downloads
Rebecca Whitfield and Ronan Roche
Artisanal fishing in Andalusia: A statistical study of the fleet pp. 573-581 Downloads
F. Piniella, M.C. Soriguer and M.A. Fernández-Engo

Volume 31, issue 3, 2007

Sea Grant in Latin America?: Adapting the US Sea Grant model of linked applied research, extension, and education to a Latin American Context--Is there a fit? pp. 229-238 Downloads
S. Matthew Wilburn, James Tobey, Jill Hepp, Stephen Olsen and Barry Costa-Pierce
Assessing the feasibility of ecosystem-based fisheries management in tropical contexts pp. 239-250 Downloads
Patrick Christie, David L. Fluharty, Alan T. White, Liza Eisma-Osorio and William Jatulan
Environmental protection and the freedom of the high seas: The Baltic Sea as a PSSA from a Swedish perspective pp. 251-257 Downloads
Ylva Uggla
The liberalization of shipping in Taiwan pp. 258-265 Downloads
Rong-Her Chiu
Development of small-scale fisheries in Yemen: An exploration pp. 266-275 Downloads
Arnout Wagenaar and Marijke D'Haese
Fisheries depletion and the state in Indonesia: Towards a regional regulatory regime pp. 276-286 Downloads
Michael Heazle and John G. Butcher
A proposed multiple-use zoning scheme for the Irish Sea.: An interpretation of current legislation through the use of GIS-based zoning approaches and effectiveness for the protection of nature conservation interests pp. 287-298 Downloads
Suzanne J. Boyes, Michael Elliott, Shona M. Thomson, Stephen Atkins and Paul Gilliland
Is there any hope for fisheries management? pp. 299-307 Downloads
William E. Schrank
The rise of seafood awareness campaigns in an era of collapsing fisheries pp. 308-313 Downloads
Jennifer L. Jacquet and Daniel Pauly
The whaling issue: Conservation, confusion, and casuistry pp. 314-319 Downloads
Phillip J. Clapham, Simon Childerhouse, Nicolas J. Gales, Lorenzo Rojas-Bracho, Michael F. Tillman and Robert Brownell
Patterns of fisheries institutional failure and success: Experience from the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence snow crab fishery, in Nova Scotia, Canada pp. 320-326 Downloads
Laura Loucks
Conflict over flying fish: The dispute between Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados pp. 327-335 Downloads
Andon Blake and Gary A. Campbell
Offshore marine conservation policies in the North East Atlantic: Emerging tensions and opportunities pp. 336-347 Downloads
Elizabeth M. De Santo and Peter J.S. Jones
Governance of tuna industries: The key to economic viability and sustainability in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean pp. 348-358 Downloads
Kate Barclay and Ian Cartwright

Volume 31, issue 2, 2007

Potential economic benefits from sablefish farming in British Columbia pp. 81-84 Downloads
Ussif Sumaila, John Volpe and Yajie Liu
Understanding El Niño -- The importance of Grey Literature in Coastal Ecosystem Research and Management pp. 85-93 Downloads
Sven Thatje, Jürgen Laudien, Olaf Heilmayer and Cornelia E. Nauen
Institutional changes and fleet structure: Towards the final solution? pp. 94-100 Downloads
Dag Standal
Co-management and "consciousness": Fishers' assimilation of management principles in Chile pp. 101-111 Downloads
Sarah Schumann
Lesser-known consequences of managing marine fisheries using individual transferable quotas pp. 112-116 Downloads
Mark T. Gibbs
The policy implications of market failure for the land-based jobs market for British seafarers pp. 117-124 Downloads
B.M. Gardner, P.B. Marlow, M.M. Naim, R. Nair and S.J. Pettit
Marine ecosystem variability and human community responses: The example of Ghana, West Africa pp. 125-134 Downloads
R. Ian Perry and Ussif Sumaila
Mechanisms to capture economic values of marine biodiversity: The case of Tubbataha Reefs UNESCO World Heritage Site, Philippines pp. 135-142 Downloads
Rodelio F. Subade
Adaptive fisheries management in Vietnam: The use of indicators and the introduction of a multi-disciplinary Marine Fisheries Specialist Team to support implementation pp. 143-152 Downloads
Jesper Raakjær, Dao Manh Son, Karl-Johan Stæhr, Holger Hovgård, Nguyen Thi Dieu Thuy, Kristine Ellegaard, Frank Riget, Dang Van Thi and Phung Giang Hai
Defining success in fisheries and conflicts in objectives pp. 153-158 Downloads
Ray Hilborn
Veil over the nets (unravelling corporate liability for IUU fishing offences) pp. 159-168 Downloads
L. Griggs and G. Lugten
Policies governing the distribution of by-products from scientific and small-scale coastal whaling in Japan pp. 169-181 Downloads
Aiko Endo and Masahiro Yamao
The role of marine spatial planning in sea use management: The Belgian case pp. 182-191 Downloads
F. Douvere, F. Maes, A. Vanhulle and J. Schrijvers
The evolution of collaborative management in the Northeast USA tilefish fishery pp. 192-200 Downloads
Andrew Kitts, Patricia Pinto da Silva and Barbara Rountree
Leaning on user-groups: The role of civil society in fisheries governance pp. 201-209 Downloads
Knut H. Mikalsen, Hans-Kristian Hernes and Svein Jentoft
Experimental activities that intentionally perturb the marine environment: Implications for the marine environmental protection and marine scientific research provisions of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea pp. 210-216 Downloads
Philomène A. Verlaan

Volume 31, issue 1, 2007

The ACIA, climate change and fisheries pp. 5-18 Downloads
William E. Schrank
Impacts of climate change on commercial fish stocks in Norwegian waters pp. 19-31 Downloads
Erling Kåre Stenevik and Svein Sundby
Geographical distribution of fish catches and temperature variations in the northeast Atlantic since 1945 pp. 32-39 Downloads
Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Effects of climatic variability on three fishing economies in high-latitude regions: Implications for fisheries policies pp. 40-55 Downloads
James R. McGoodwin
Climate variability and tropical tuna: Management challenges for highly migratory fish stocks pp. 56-70 Downloads
Kathleen A. Miller
Management application of an empirical model of sardine-climate regime shifts pp. 71-80 Downloads
Samuel. Herrick, Jerrold. G. Norton, Janet E. Mason and Cindy Bessey
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