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Volume 30, issue 6, 2006

The Louisiana artificial reef program pp. 605-623 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser
Systems engineering principles in fisheries management pp. 624-634 Downloads
Ingrid Bouwer Utne
The transition from the Soviet system to a market economy as a cause of instability in the Estonian coastal fisheries sector pp. 635-640 Downloads
Markus Vetemaa, Redik Eschbaum and Toomas Saat
Participation and fisheries management in Costa Rica: From theory to practice pp. 641-650 Downloads
Marco Antonio Quesada Alpízar
China's distant water fisheries and its response to flag state responsibilities pp. 651-658 Downloads
(Julia) Xue, Guifang
Distributional effects of property rights: Transitions in the Atlantic Herring fishery pp. 659-670 Downloads
Sylvia Brandt and David McEvoy
Beyond fisheries management: The Phronetic dimension pp. 671-680 Downloads
Svein Jentoft
Liner shipping and information exchange--a European perspective pp. 681-688 Downloads
Peter Marlow and Rawindaran Nair
An economic analysis of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing: Key drivers and possible solutions pp. 689-695 Downloads
Bertrand Le Gallic and Anthony Cox
Global scope and economics of illegal fishing pp. 696-703 Downloads
Ussif Sumaila, J. Alder and H. Keith
Guidelines for navigation and overflight in the exclusive economic zone pp. 704-711 Downloads
Mark J. Valencia and Kazumine Akimoto
Flexible management of fishing rights and a sustainable fisheries industry in Europe pp. 712-720 Downloads
Steffen Hentrich and Markus Salomon
Is there a relationship between fisheries and farming? Interdependence of fisheries, animal production and aquaculture pp. 721-725 Downloads
Dadi Kristofersson and James Anderson
Context and differentiation: Comparative analysis of two community-based fishers' organizations pp. 726-736 Downloads
Raul P. Lejano and Alma Ocampo-Salvador
The Common Fisheries Policy of the European Union and fisheries economics pp. 737-746 Downloads
Hans Frost and Peder Andersen
Category, narrative, and value in the governance of small-scale fisheries pp. 747-756 Downloads
Derek Stephen Johnson
Putting the principles of the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach into fisheries development policy and practice pp. 757-766 Downloads
Edward H. Allison and Benoit Horemans
Catch-quota balancing in multispecies individual fishing quotas pp. 767-785 Downloads
James Sanchirico, Daniel Holland, Kathryn Quigley and Mark Fina
Coping with disaster: Rehabilitating coastal livelihoods and communities pp. 786-793 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, Blake D. Ratner, Stephen J. Hall, Jate Pimoljinda and V. Vivekanandan
Local ecological knowledge and practical fisheries management in the tropics: A policy brief pp. 794-801 Downloads
Douglas Clyde Wilson, Jesper Raakjær and Poul Degnbol
Multiple analysis of the whaling issue: Understanding the dispute by a matrix pp. 802-808 Downloads
Joji Morishita
The bottom line: An investigation of the economic, cultural and social costs of industrial longline fishing in the Pacific and the benefits of sustainable use marine protected areas pp. 809-820 Downloads
Robert Ovetz
Resolving the discard problem--A case study of the English Nephrops fishery pp. 821-831 Downloads
T.L. Catchpole, C.L.J. Frid and T.S. Gray
Collaborative fisheries management in the Northeast US: Emerging initiatives and future directions pp. 832-841 Downloads
Patricia Pinto da Silva and Andrew Kitts

Volume 30, issue 5, 2006

Implementing the WSSD decision of restoring marine ecosystems by 2015--scientific information support in the public domain pp. 455-461 Downloads
Cornelia E. Nauen
Monitoring fishing mortality: Compliance in Norwegian offshore fisheries pp. 462-469 Downloads
Stig S. Gezelius
Tuna longline catch rates in the Indian Ocean: Did industrial fishing result in a 90% rapid decline in the abundance of large predatory species? pp. 470-482 Downloads
Tom Polacheck
Port privatization in Panama pp. 483-495 Downloads
Francisco J. Montero Llacer
Lessons in precaution: The International Whaling Commission experience with precautionary management pp. 496-509 Downloads
Michael Heazle
Limitations of the Korean conventional fisheries management regime and expanding Korean TAC system toward output control systems pp. 510-522 Downloads
Jeong-Gon Ryu, Jongoh Nam and John M. Gates
Cross-scale linkages and adaptive management: Fisheries co-management in Asia pp. 523-533 Downloads
Douglas Clyde Wilson, Mahfuzuddin Ahmed, Susanna V. Siar and Usha Kanagaratnam
Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management pp. 534-543 Downloads
Poul Degnbol, Henrik Gislason, Susan Hanna, Svein Jentoft, Jesper Raakjær Nielsen, Sten Sverdrup-Jensen and Douglas Clyde Wilson
Assessment of economic damages from the Prestige oil spill pp. 544-551 Downloads
M. Dolores Garza-Gil, Juan Surís-Regueiro and Manuel Varela-Lafuente
Considering ecosystem-based fisheries management in the California Current pp. 552-569 Downloads
John C. Field and Robert C. Francis
Evaluation of the ocean governance system in Korea pp. 570-579 Downloads
Dong Oh Cho
Emergence of multi-stakeholder-driven cooperative research in the Northwest Atlantic: The case of the Northeast Consortium pp. 580-592 Downloads
Troy W. Hartley and Robert A. Robertson
On the role of consulting in fisheries development pp. 593-595 Downloads
Robin Mahon
Supply regimes in fisheries pp. 596-603 Downloads
Max Nielsen

Volume 30, issue 4, 2006

Hatchery programs, stock enhancement, and cost effectiveness: A case study of the Albemarle Sound/Roanoke River stocking program 1981-1996 pp. 299-307 Downloads
Wesley S. Patrick, Okmyung Bin, Kurt Schwabe and Peter W. Schuhmann
Role of the Spanish scientific community in the initial assessment and management of the environmental damages caused by the Prestige oil spill pp. 308-314 Downloads
Juan Freire, Luis Fernández and Ramón Muiño
The rise and decline of blue whiting fisheries--capacity expansion and future regulations pp. 315-327 Downloads
Dag Standal
The demise of the small fisher? A profile of exiters from the New Zealand fishery pp. 328-340 Downloads
James Stewart, Kim Walshe and Beverley Moodie
Vertical integration in the post-IFQ halibut fishery pp. 341-346 Downloads
Robert Dawson
The allocation of scarce natural resources: The case of fisheries pp. 347-356 Downloads
Alf Håkon Hoel and Ingrid Kvalvik
Concern for Southern Ocean fish stocks and bird populations pp. 357-359 Downloads
Colin Hunt
Fleet communication to abate fisheries bycatch pp. 360-366 Downloads
Eric L. Gilman, Paul Dalzell and Sean Martin
New Zealand seafood firm competitiveness in export markets: The role of the quota management system and aquaculture legislation pp. 367-378 Downloads
Randall Bess
Transferability of fishing rights: The Spanish case pp. 379-388 Downloads
Fernando González Laxe
Ocean zoning in the Northwest Atlantic pp. 389-391 Downloads
Penny A. Doherty and Mark Butler
Developing direct shipping across the Taiwan Straits pp. 392-399 Downloads
Chih-Ching Chang, Kuang Lin and Jya-yuan Bao
Proposing a coordinated environmental effects monitoring (EEM) program structure for the offshore petroleum industry, Nova Scotia, Canada pp. 400-411 Downloads
K.J. Curran, P.G. Wells and A.J. Potter
Is the European shipping industry aware of corporate social responsibility? The case of the Greek-owned short sea shipping companies pp. 412-419 Downloads
Irene Fafaliou, Maria Lekakou and Ioannis Theotokas
The South East Regional Marine Plan: Implementing Australia's Oceans Policy pp. 420-430 Downloads
Joanna Vince
Marine administration and spatial data infrastructure pp. 431-441 Downloads
Lisa Strain, Abbas Rajabifard and Ian Williamson
The Western European PSSA--Testing a unique international concept to protect imperilled marine ecosystems pp. 442-453 Downloads
Markus Detjen

Volume 30, issue 3, 2006

Towards a market-oriented management model for straddling fish stocks pp. 199-206 Downloads
Torbjorn Trondsen, Þórólfur Matthíasson and James A Young
Registration of marine interests in Asia-Pacific region pp. 207-219 Downloads
Jude Wallace and Ian Williamson
Compliance with international emission regulations: Reducing the air pollution from merchant vessels pp. 220-225 Downloads
Bin Lin and Cherng-Yuan Lin
Contractual solution to the tragedy of property right in coastal fisheries pp. 226-236 Downloads
Arif Satria, Yoshiaki Matsuda and Masaaki Sano
Mechanization and technical interactions in multi-species Indian fisheries: implications for economic and biological sustainability pp. 237-248 Downloads
Mahadev G. Bhat and Ramachandra Bhatta
The new institutional arrangements for fisheries management in Beibu Gulf pp. 249-260 Downloads
Yunjun Yu and Yongtong Mu
Commercial whaling, tourism, and boycotts: An economic perspective pp. 261-269 Downloads
Guillermo Herrera and Porter Hoagland
Cancellation provisions in Australia's Commonwealth-managed fisheries pp. 270-280 Downloads
Richard Mason and Warwick Gullett
Replacing trip limits with individual transferable quotas: implications for discarding pp. 281-292 Downloads
Trevor A. Branch, Kate Rutherford and Ray Hilborn
Searching for sustainability in aquaculture: An investigation into the economic prospects for an integrated salmon-mussel production system pp. 293-298 Downloads
David J. Whitmarsh, Elizabeth J. Cook and Kenneth D. Black

Volume 30, issue 2, 2006

Farming the reef: is aquaculture a solution for reducing fishing pressure on coral reefs? pp. 111-130 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, John E. Parks and Cristina M. Balboa
Design principles for individual transferable quotas pp. 131-141 Downloads
Ralph E. Townsend, James McColl and Michael Young
Collective action problems posed by no-take zones pp. 143-156 Downloads
Peter J.S. Jones
Protecting the North-East Atlantic: enhancing synergies by institutional interplay pp. 157-166 Downloads
Jon Birger Skjærseth
Maritime Europe and EU enlargement. A geopolitical perspective pp. 167-172 Downloads
Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero and Juan Carlos Rodríguez Mateos
Deterring IUU fishing through state control over nationals pp. 173-179 Downloads
Diane Erceg
Sharing responsibilities in Danish fisheries management--experiences and future directions pp. 181-188 Downloads
Jesper Raakjær Nielsen and Anne-Sofie Christensen
Development and management of a coastal litter campaign: The voluntary coastal partnership approach pp. 189-196 Downloads
K.L. Storrier and D.J. McGlashan
High latitude diplomacy: Australia's Antarctic extended continental shelf pp. 197-198 Downloads
Julia Jabour

Volume 30, issue 1, 2006

Fish stocks and their management: The changing face of fisheries in South Africa pp. 3-17 Downloads
George M. Branch and Barry M. Clark
The integration of South African fisheries into the global economy: Past, present and future pp. 18-29 Downloads
David Crosoer, Lance van Sittert and Stefano Ponte
Law and fisheries reform: Legislative and policy developments in South African fisheries over the decade 1994-2004 pp. 30-42 Downloads
Emma Witbooi
Transformation of South African industrial fisheries pp. 43-50 Downloads
Jesper Raakjær Nielsen and Mafaniso Hara
Small-scale fisheries reform: Expectations, hopes and dreams of "a better life for all" pp. 51-59 Downloads
Moenieba Isaacs
Subsistence and small-scale fisheries in South Africa: A ten-year review pp. 60-73 Downloads
Merle Sowman
Fisheries compliance in South Africa: A decade of challenges and reform 1994-2004 pp. 74-83 Downloads
Maria Hauck and Marcel Kroese
Climate change: A looming challenge for fisheries management in southern Africa pp. 84-95 Downloads
Barry M. Clark
Benchmarking the first decade of post-apartheid fisheries reform in South Africa pp. 96-110 Downloads
L. van Sittert, G. Branch, M. Hauck and M. Sowman
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