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Volume 29, issue 6, 2005

The evolution of the "harvest machinery": why capture capacity has continued to expand in Norwegian fisheries pp. 481-493 Downloads
Jahn Petter Johnsen
The precautionary principle in fisheries management pp. 495-505 Downloads
Fernando González-Laxe
A social scientist's perspective on the Census of Marine Life pp. 507-520 Downloads
James Sanchirico
Ex-seafarers shore-based employment: the current UK situation pp. 521-531 Downloads
S.J. Pettit, B.M. Gardner, P.B. Marlow, M.M. Naim and R. Nair
The profitability of the Spanish swordfish fleet in the North Atlantic pp. 533-538 Downloads
M. Dolores Garza-Gil and Manuel Varela-Lafuente

Volume 29, issue 5, 2005

Lobster boat diplomacy: the Canada-US grey zone pp. 385-390 Downloads
Beverly Cook
Implementing integrated oceans management: Australia's south east regional marine plan (SERMP) and Canada's eastern Scotian shelf integrated management (ESSIM) initiative pp. 391-405 Downloads
Elizabeth Foster, Marcus Haward and Scott Coffen-Smout
The Newfoundland fishery: ten years after the moratorium pp. 407-420 Downloads
William E. Schrank
Discards in North Sea fisheries: causes, consequences and solutions pp. 421-430 Downloads
T.L. Catchpole, C.L.J. Frid and T.S. Gray
The Western European PSSA proposal: a "politically sensitive sea area" pp. 431-440 Downloads
Julian Roberts, Martin Tsamenyi, Tim Workman and Lindy Johnson
Co-management in Japanese coastal fisheries: institutional features and transaction costs pp. 441-450 Downloads
Mitsutaku Makino and Hiroyuki Matsuda
Gender, fisheries and development pp. 451-459 Downloads
Elizabeth Bennett
Ecosystem-based fisheries management: progress in the NE Atlantic pp. 461-469 Downloads
Chris Frid, Odette Paramor and Catherine Scott
Uncertainty and the active adaptive management of marine reserves pp. 471-479 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton and Tom Kompas

Volume 29, issue 4, 2005

Political risk assessment of five East Asian ports--the viewpoints of global carriers pp. 291-298 Downloads
Ming-Chih Tsai and Chin-Hui Su
Climate change and the migratory pattern for Norwegian spring-spawning herring--implications for management pp. 299-309 Downloads
Elin H. Sissener and Trond Bjørndal
Rationalization of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands crab fisheries pp. 311-322 Downloads
Mark Fina
Crew study of seafarers: a methodological approach to the global labour market for seafarers pp. 323-330 Downloads
Bin Wu and Nik Winchester
Reforming resource rent policy: an information economics perspective pp. 331-338 Downloads
Gary Stoneham, Nicola Lansdell, Anne Cole and Loris Strappazzon
Expanding New Zealand's quota management system pp. 339-347 Downloads
Randall Bess
Identification of 'High Risk Vessels' in coastal waters pp. 349-355 Downloads
Bénédicte Sage
Atlantic sea scallop management: an alternative rights-based cooperative approach to resource sustainability pp. 357-369 Downloads
R. Baskaran and James Anderson
The role of the maritime industry in the Korean national economy: an input-output analysis pp. 371-383 Downloads
Seung-Jun Kwak, Seung-Hoon Yoo and Jeong-In Chang

Volume 29, issue 3, 2005

Fisheries science and sustainability in international policy: a study of failure in the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy pp. 189-197 Downloads
Tim Daw and Tim Gray
Sustainable coastal fishery development indicator system: a case of Gungliau, Taiwan pp. 199-210 Downloads
Wen Hong Liu, Ching Hsiewn Ou and Kuo Huan Ting
When fisheries influence national policy-making: an analysis of the national development strategies of major fish-producing nations in the developing world pp. 211-222 Downloads
Andy Thorpe, Chris Reid, Raymon van Anrooy and Cecile Brugere
The Panama Canal:: operations and traffic pp. 223-234 Downloads
Francisco J. Montero Llacer
The security of merchant shipping pp. 235-245 Downloads
John King
The Pew Report on US fishery councils: a critique from the Open Society pp. 247-253 Downloads
Christopher J. Corkett
Nuts and bolts in fisheries management--a technological approach to sustainable fisheries? pp. 255-263 Downloads
Dag Standal
Cross-strait interactions on the South China Sea issues: a need for CBMs pp. 265-280 Downloads
Yann-Huei Song
Catching some needed attention pp. 281-284 Downloads
Reg Watson, Jackie Alder, Adrian Kitchingman and Daniel Pauly
Reply to the comments by: Erik Lindebo, Hans Frost and Jørgen Løkkergaard on: Surís-Regueiro, Varela-Lafuente and Iglesias-Malvido, "Effectiveness of the structural fisheries policy in the European Union". Marine Policy 2003; 27(6), 535-544 pp. 285-287 Downloads
Juan Surís-Regueiro
Further comments on: Suris-Regueiro, Varela-Lafuente and Iglesias-Malvido, "Effectiveness of the structural fisheries policy in the European Union". Marine Policy 2003;27(6):535-44 pp. 289-289 Downloads
Erik Lindebo, Hans Frost and Jørgen Løkkegaard

Volume 29, issue 2, 2005

Report of the Tokyo meeting and progress to date pp. 101-106 Downloads
Mark J. Valencia and Kazumine Akimoto
The disappearing right to navigational freedom in the exclusive economic zone pp. 107-121 Downloads
Jon M. Van Dyke
Military and intelligence gathering activities in the EEZ: definition of key terms pp. 123-137 Downloads
Moritaka Hayashi
A Chinese Perspective pp. 139-146 Downloads
Ren Xiaofeng and Senior Colonel Cheng Xizhong
An Indian perspective pp. 147-151 Downloads
O.P. Sharma
Naval activity in the foreign EEZ--the role of terminology in law regime pp. 153-155 Downloads
Alexander S. Skaridov
A Korean perspective pp. 157-161 Downloads
Duk-ki Kim
Hydrographic surveying in the EEZ: differences and overlaps with marine scientific research pp. 163-174 Downloads
Sam Bateman
Draft guidelines for military and intelligence gathering activities in the EEZ and their means and manner of implementation and enforcement pp. 175-183 Downloads
Hasjim Djalal, Alexander Yankov and Anthony Bergin
Conclusions and the way forward pp. 185-187 Downloads
Mark J. Valencia

Volume 29, issue 1, 2005

Fisheries co-management as empowerment pp. 1-7 Downloads
Svein Jentoft
Assessing local sustainability of fisheries system: a multi-criteria participatory approach with the case of Yoron Island, Kagoshima prefecture, Japan pp. 9-23 Downloads
Luky Adrianto, Yoshiaki Matsuda and Yoshiaki Sakuma
Panama Canal Management pp. 25-37 Downloads
Francisco J. Montero Llácer
An account of the dolphin-safe tuna issue in the UK pp. 39-46 Downloads
James Brown
Fish quota auctions in the Russian Far East: a failed experiment pp. 47-56 Downloads
Elena Anferova, Markus Vetemaa and Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Marine ecosystem-based management as a hierarchical control system pp. 57-68 Downloads
William K. de la Mare
On losing and recovering fisheries and marine science data pp. 69-73 Downloads
Dirk Zeller, Rainer Froese and Daniel Pauly
Integrated ocean management and the collaborative planning process: the Eastern Scotian Shelf Integrated Management (ESSIM) Initiative pp. 75-83 Downloads
R. J. Rutherford, G. J. Herbert and S. S. Coffen-Smout
Technical reliability of the Greek coastal passenger fleet pp. 85-92 Downloads
Ernestos S. Tzannatos
Comments on: Suris-Reguiero, Varela-Lafuente and Iglesias-Malvido, "Effectiveness of the structural fisheries policy in the European Union": [Marine Policy 27 (6) (2003) 535-544] pp. 93-94 Downloads
Erik Lindebo, Hans Frost and Jørgen Løkkegaard
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