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Volume 26, issue 6, 2002

Management systems in the EU fisheries pp. 403-413 Downloads
Carlos Iglesias-Malvido, M. Dolores Garza-Gil and Manuel Varela-Lafuente
Objectives of fisheries management: case studies from the UK, France, Spain and Denmark pp. 415-428 Downloads
Simon Mardle, Sean Pascoe, Jean Boncoeur, Bertrand Le Gallic, Juan J. García-Hoyo, Inés Herrero, Ramon Jimenez-Toribio, Concepción Cortes, Nuria Padilla, Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen and Christoph Mathiesen
Korea's fisheries industry and government financial transfers pp. 429-435 Downloads
Pak MyongSop and Joo MoonBae
Casualties in dry bulk shipping (1963-1996) pp. 437-450 Downloads
Stephen E. Roberts and Peter B. Marlow
Economic benefit of the protection program for the Steller sea lion pp. 451-458 Downloads
Kelly Giraud, Branka Turcin, John Loomis and Joseph Cooper
Private property and public interest in fisheries management: the Tasmanian rock lobster fishery pp. 459-469 Downloads
Gregory Phillips, Lorne Kriwoken and Peter Hay
Renewable energy from the ocean pp. 471-479 Downloads
Robin Pelc and Rod M. Fujita
Industry participation in stock assessment: the New Zealand SNA1 snapper (Pagrus auratus) fishery pp. 481-492 Downloads
Mark N. Maunder and Paul J. Starr

Volume 26, issue 5, 2002

Economic policy, institutions and fisheries development in the Pacific pp. 315-324 Downloads
Elizabeth H. Petersen
A study of reliability-centred maintenance in maritime operations pp. 325-335 Downloads
A. J. Mokashi, J. Wang and A. K. Vermar
The South Korea-Russia-Japan fisheries imbroglio pp. 337-343 Downloads
Mark J. Valencia and Yong Hee Lee
Frozen fish block: how commited are North Atlantic States to accountability, conservation and management of fisheries? pp. 345-357 Downloads
Jacqueline Alder and Gail Lugten
Implementing international fisheries agreements in Russia--lessons from the northern basin pp. 359-367 Downloads
Geir Hønneland and Anne-Kristin Jørgensen
Will "small core" fisheries solve the fishery management dilemma? pp. 369-371 Downloads
Tom Polacheck
Regional fishery organisations in developing regions: adapting to changes in international fisheries law pp. 373-381 Downloads
Are K. Sydnes
The Mediterranean and Black Sea: regional integration and maritime nationalism pp. 383-401 Downloads
Juan. L. Suárez de Vivero and Juan. C. Rodríguez Mateos

Volume 26, issue 4, 2002

Technologies and their influence on future UK marine resource development and management pp. 231-241 Downloads
Jonathan Side and Paul Jowitt
Interdisciplinary modeling: gaps and bridges pp. 243-251 Downloads
H. G. Wind and J. -L. de Kok
Enhanced fit through institutional interplay in the Pacific Northwest Salmon co-management regime pp. 253-259 Downloads
Syma Ebbin
Environmentally sustainable cruise tourism: a reality check pp. 261-270 Downloads
David Johnson
Fishermen facing the commercial lobster fishery licensing policy in the Canadian Maritime Provinces: origins of illegal strategies, 1960-2000 pp. 271-281 Downloads
Clotilde Bodiguel
Experimental catches and the precautionary approach: the Southern Bluefin Tuna dispute pp. 283-294 Downloads
Tom Polacheck
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it": comparing fisheries reforms in South Africa pp. 295-305 Downloads
Lance van Sittert
Fisheries management in Norway--an overview pp. 307-313 Downloads
Kristin Årland and Trond Bjørndal

Volume 26, issue 3, 2002

Spain and the sea. The decline of an ideology, crisis in the maritime sector and the challenges of globalization pp. 143-153 Downloads
Juan L. Suárez de Vivero and Juan C. Rodríguez Mateos
Reduction of the fishing capacity in "common pool" fisheries pp. 155-158 Downloads
Carsten Jensen
Fishing in murky waters--ethics and politics of research on fisher knowledge pp. 159-166 Downloads
Anita Maurstad
Strengths and weaknesses of short sea shipping pp. 167-178 Downloads
A. C. Paixão and P. B. Marlow
Fitting institutions to ecosystems: the case of artisanal fisheries management in the estuary of Patos Lagoon pp. 179-196 Downloads
Daniela Coswig Kalikoski, Marcelo Vasconcellos and Les Lavkulich
Ten years after the enactment of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990: a success or a failure pp. 197-207 Downloads
Inho Kim
Marine science for strategic planning and management: the requirement for estuaries pp. 209-219 Downloads
Ian Townend
The tragedy of soft choices: capacity accumulation and lopsided allocation in the Norwegian coastal cod fishery pp. 221-230 Downloads
Dag Standal and Bernt Aarset

Volume 26, issue 2, 2002

European policies in West Africa: who benefits from fisheries agreements? pp. 75-93 Downloads
Vlad M. Kaczynski and David L. Fluharty
The Estonian fisheries: from the Soviet system to ITQs and quota auctions pp. 95-102 Downloads
Markus Vetemaa, Margit Eero and Rögnvaldur Hannesson
Precautionary management of deep-sea mining pp. 103-106 Downloads
Jochen Halfar and Rodney M. Fujita
Profitability of the fishing fleet and structural aid in the European Union pp. 107-119 Downloads
Juan Surís-Regueiro, Manuel Varela-Lafuente and M. Dolores Garza-Gil
East Asian naval developments--sailing into rough seas pp. 121-131 Downloads
Anthony Bergin
Nautical education in a changing world: the case of the Netherlands pp. 133-141 Downloads
Albert W. Veenstra

Volume 26, issue 1, 2002

"Quota-hopping" and the foreign ownership of UK fishing vessels pp. 1-11 Downloads
Aaron Hatcher, Julian Frere, Sean Pascoe and Catherine Robinson
Improving the usage of fisheries statistics in Vietnam for production planning, fisheries management and nature conservation pp. 13-34 Downloads
Paul A. M. van Zwieten, Wim L. T. van Densen and Dang Van Thi
Globalisation and de-regulation in the maritime industry pp. 35-43 Downloads
Tony Alderton and Nik Winchester
Public perception of managed realignment: Brancaster West Marsh, North Norfolk, UK pp. 45-57 Downloads
L. B. Myatt-Bell, M. D. Scrimshaw, J. N. Lester and J. S. Potts
Exotic harmful algae in marine ecosystems: an integrated biological-economic-legal analysis of impacts and policies pp. 59-74 Downloads
Jeroen van den Bergh, Paulo Nunes, Harm M. Dotinga, Wiebe H. C. F. Kooistra, Engel G. Vrieling and Louis Peperzak

Volume 25, issue 6, 2001

Caird Medal address pp. 391-397 Downloads
E. M. Borgese
Ocean governance in post-modern society--a geographical perspective pp. 399-414 Downloads
Adalberto Vallega
Policy implications and reconstruction of marine institutional architectures: the regional indigenous organization (RIO) option pp. 415-426 Downloads
Lennox Hinds
National ocean policy--new opportunities for Malaysian ocean development pp. 427-436 Downloads
Abdul Hamid Saharuddin
Capacity building in the marine sector in the Pacific Islands: the role of the University of the South Pacific's Marine Studies Programme pp. 437-444 Downloads
Joeli Veitayaki and G. Robin South
Local community training and education in southern Tanzania--a case study pp. 445-455 Downloads
Vicki Howe
Empowering learning through design: a comparative analysis of ICM course development for web-based and classroom delivery pp. 457-466 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher

Volume 25, issue 5, 2001

When regulation fails: vendace fishery in the Gulf of Bothnia pp. 323-333 Downloads
Carl Rova and Lars Carlsson
Landlords, leaseholders & sweat equity: changing property regimes in aquaculture pp. 335-352 Downloads
Joan Marshall
New regional fisheries management regimes: establishing the South East Atlantic fisheries organisation pp. 353-364 Downloads
Are K. Sydnes
Towards a better understanding of conflict management in tropical fisheries: evidence from Ghana, Bangladesh and the Caribbean pp. 365-376 Downloads
Elizabeth Bennett, Arthur Neiland, Emilia Anang, Paul Bannerman, A. Atiq Rahman, Saleemul Huq, Shajahan Bhuiya, Mark Day, Michelle Fulford-Gardiner and Wesley Clerveaux
The livelihoods approach and management of small-scale fisheries pp. 377-388 Downloads
Edward H. Allison and Frank Ellis

Volume 25, issue 4, 2001

A natural experiment in fisheries management pp. 251-264 Downloads
Robert Repetto
Shrimp aquaculture: economic perspectives for policy development pp. 265-279 Downloads
Arthur E. Neiland, Neill Soley, Joan Baron Varley and David J. Whitmarsh
From user-groups to stakeholders? The public interest in fisheries management pp. 281-292 Downloads
Knut H. Mikalsen and Svein Jentoft
An analysis of the employment durations of UK seafaring officers 1999 pp. 293-301 Downloads
David Glen and James McConville
The Icelandic debate on the case for a fishing fee: a non-technical introduction pp. 303-312 Downloads
Þórólfur Matthíasson
Regulating the access to fisheries: learning from European experiences pp. 313-322 Downloads
Jean-Pierre Boude, Jean Boncoeur and Denis Bailly

Volume 25, issue 3, 2001

Coastal and fisheries co-management in South Africa: an overview and analysis pp. 173-185 Downloads
Maria Hauck and Merle Sowman
Spending pattern of the recreational maritime sector and its impact on employment: the case of Cantabria, Spain pp. 187-196 Downloads
Carlos A. Pérez-Labajos
Conditions affecting the success of fisheries co-management: lessons from Asia pp. 197-208 Downloads
Robert Pomeroy, Brenda M. Katon and Ingvild Harkes
Theory and practice of why auctions differ--a study of two fish auctions in Norway pp. 209-214 Downloads
Claire W. Armstrong
Employment characteristics of UK seafaring officers in 1999 pp. 215-221 Downloads
David Glen and James McConville
The challenge and the promise of indigenous peoples' fishing rights--from dependency to agency pp. 223-237 Downloads
Anthony Davis and Svein Jentoft
Fisheries management in Central Maluku, Indonesia, 1997-98 pp. 239-249 Downloads
Irene Novaczek, Juliaty Sopacua and Ingvild Harkes

Volume 25, issue 2, 2001

The political economy of Japanese distant water tuna fisheries pp. 91-101 Downloads
Marcus Haward and Anthony Bergin
Distributional issues in the operation of rights-based fisheries management systems pp. 103-112 Downloads
Olivier Guyader and Olivier Thébaud
Globalisation, local capitalism and fishery communities in change pp. 113-121 Downloads
Arnt Fløysand and Knut Bjørn Lindkvist
Fish on the range:: the perils of crossing conceptual boundaries in natural resource policy pp. 123-131 Downloads
Seth Macinko and Leigh Raymond
Economics of science in fishery sector--the European case pp. 133-142 Downloads
Pascal Le Floc'h, Jacques Fuchs and Ifremer
Formal safety assessment of containerships pp. 143-157 Downloads
J. Wang and P. Foinikis
Opportunities and barriers for industry-led fisheries research pp. 159-167 Downloads
Michael Harte
Supply side uncertainty and the management of commercial fisheries:: Peruvian Anchovetta, an illustration pp. 169-172 Downloads
Giulio Pontecorvo

Volume 25, issue 1, 2001

Australian maritime boundaries: the Australian Antarctic Territory pp. 1-11 Downloads
Julia Green
Mutual risk: P&I insurance clubs and maritime safety and environmental performance pp. 13-21 Downloads
Paul Bennett
New Zealand's indigenous people and their claims to fisheries resources pp. 23-32 Downloads
Randall Bess
Common property institutions in the Alaskan groundfish fisheries pp. 33-42 Downloads
Daniel S. Holland and Jay J. C. Ginter
A small core fishery:: a new approach to fisheries management pp. 43-48 Downloads
Giulio Pontecorvo and William E. Schrank
Fisheries property rights and recreational/commercial conflict: implications of policy developments in Australia and New Zealand pp. 49-59 Downloads
Robert E. Kearney
The arrest of ships in maritime zones beyond internal waters in Belgian maritime law pp. 61-69 Downloads
Eddy Somers
China's exclusive economic zone and continental shelf: developments, problems, and prospects pp. 71-81 Downloads
Zou Keyuan
Can formalisation help? The introduction of fisheries co-management in the inshore fisheries of Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland pp. 83-89 Downloads
Geir Runar Karlsen
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