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Volume 55, issue C, 2015

Catch-quota balancing mechanisms in the Icelandic multi-species demersal fishery: Are all species equal? pp. 1-10 Downloads
Pamela J. Woods, Caroline Bouchard, Daniel S. Holland, André E. Punt and Guðrun Marteinsdóttir
Efficiency of the New Zealand annual catch entitlement market pp. 11-22 Downloads
James Stewart and Jonathan Leaver
Identifying marine pelagic ecosystem management objectives and indicators pp. 23-32 Downloads
Verena M. Trenkel, Niels T. Hintzen, Keith D. Farnsworth, Christian Olesen, David Reid, Anna Rindorf, Samuel Shephard and Mark Dickey-Collas
The escape of fish from Norwegian fish farms: Causes, risks and the influence of organisational aspects pp. 33-38 Downloads
Trine Thorvaldsen, Ingunn M. Holmen and Helene K. Moe
RETRACTED: Towards a new ‘fisheries crime’ paradigm: Challenges and opportunities with reference to South Africa as an illustrative African example pp. 39-46 Downloads
Emma Witbooi
Transitional measures to combine two global ocean dumping treaties into a single treaty pp. 47-56 Downloads
Gi Hoon Hong and Young Joo Lee
Network Governance from the top – The case of ecosystem-based coastal and marine management pp. 57-63 Downloads
Annica Sandström, Örjan Bodin and Beatrice Crona
Contesting the social contracts underpinning fisheries—Lessons from Norway, Iceland and Greenland pp. 64-72 Downloads
Petter Holm, Jesper Raakjær, Rikke Becker Jacobsen and Edgar Henriksen
Integrating different approaches in the definition of biological stocks: A northern Australian multi-jurisdictional fisheries example using grey mackerel, Scomberomorus semifasciatus pp. 73-80 Downloads
David J. Welch, Stephen J. Newman, Rik C. Buckworth, Jennifer R. Ovenden, Damien Broderick, Robert J.G. Lester, Neil A. Gribble, Aaron C. Ballagh, Robbie A. Charters, Jason Stapley, Raewyn Street, Rod N. Garrett and Gavin A. Begg
From cannery to culinary luxury: The evolution of the global geoduck market pp. 81-89 Downloads
Gina Shamshak and Jonathan R. King
Institutional analysis, allocation of liabilities and third-party enforcement via courts: The case of the Prestige oil spill pp. 90-101 Downloads
Gonzalo Caballero-Miguez and Raquel Fernández-González
A GIS modelling framework to evaluate marine spatial planning scenarios: Co-location of offshore wind farms and aquaculture in the German EEZ pp. 102-115 Downloads
Antje Gimpel, Vanessa Stelzenmüller, Britta Grote, Bela H. Buck, Jens Floeter, Ismael Núñez-Riboni, Bernadette Pogoda and Axel Temming

Volume 54, issue C, 2015

The “Discard Ban Package”: Experiences in efforts to improve the exploitation patterns in Norwegian fisheries pp. 1-9 Downloads
P. Gullestad, G. Blom, G. Bakke and B. Bogstad
1983–2013: Development of marine protected areas along the French Mediterranean coasts and perspectives for achievement of the Aichi target pp. 10-16 Downloads
Alexandre Meinesz and Aurélie Blanfuné
Teasing out the detail: How our understanding of marine AIS data can better inform industries, developments, and planning pp. 17-25 Downloads
Richard L. Shelmerdine
Dose of truth—Monitoring marine non-indigenous species to serve legislative requirements pp. 26-35 Downloads
Maiju Lehtiniemi, Henn Ojaveer, Matej David, Bella Galil, Stephan Gollasch, Cynthia McKenzie, Dan Minchin, Anna Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Sergej Olenin and Judith Pederson
Who should set the total allowable catch? Social preferences and legitimacy in fisheries management institutions pp. 36-43 Downloads
Claudio Pares, Jorge Dresdner and Hugo Salgado
The EU legal framework for the management of marine complex social–ecological systems pp. 44-51 Downloads
Emanuele Bigagli
Scuba Diving Tourism System: A framework for collaborative management and sustainability pp. 52-58 Downloads
Kay Dimmock and Ghazali Musa
Towards a sustainability management system for smaller ports pp. 59-68 Downloads
Andrei Kuznetsov, John Dinwoodie, David Gibbs, Mark Sansom and Harriet Knowles
Are Caribbean MPAs making progress toward their goals and objectives? pp. 69-76 Downloads
Tracey Dalton, Graham Forrester and Richard Pollnac
Fishing access agreements and harvesting decisions of host and distant water fishing nations pp. 77-85 Downloads
Rachel Nichols, Satoshi Yamazaki, Sarah Jennings and Reg A. Watson
Global patterns in the bycatch of sharks and rays pp. 86-97 Downloads
Shelby Oliver, Matias Braccini, Stephen J. Newman and Euan S. Harvey
Using stakeholder engagement to inform endangered species management and improve conservation pp. 98-107 Downloads
Jennifer Heibult Sawchuk, Anne H. Beaudreau, Daniel Tonnes and David Fluharty
The business management of the Chilean salmon farming industry pp. 108-117 Downloads
Cedric Little, Christian Felzensztein, Eli Gimmon and Pablo Muñoz
Issues at the fore in the land of Magnuson and Stevens: A summary of the 14th Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries pp. 118-121 Downloads
Peter T. Kuriyama, Margaret C. Siple, Emma E. Hodgson, Elizabeth M. Phillips, Merrick Burden, David Fluharty, André E. Punt, Timothy E. Essington, John Henderschedt and David A. Armstrong
Timing exclusion and communicating time: A spatial analysis of participation failure in an Indonesian MPA pp. 122-129 Downloads
Chui-Ling Tam
“Us” and “them”. Fishermen from Gandía and the loss of institutional legitimacy pp. 130-136 Downloads
Paloma Herrera-Racionero, Emmánuel Lizcano-Fernández and Lluís Miret-Pastor
The geopolitical dimension of maritime security pp. 137-142 Downloads
Basil Germond

Volume 53, issue C, 2015

The European Integrated Maritime Policy: The next five years pp. 1-4 Downloads
Jan-Stefan Fritz and John Hanus
A rejoinder to Shiffman et al., Trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction: A way forward building on a history of conservation pp. 5-6 Downloads
Jason Schratwieser
The 800-Pound Grouper in the Room: Asymptotic Body Size and Invasiveness of Marine Aquarium Fishes pp. 7-12 Downloads
Robert J. Holmberg, Michael F. Tlusty, Elizabeth Futoma, Les Kaufman, James A. Morris and Andrew L. Rhyne
The pace and progress of adaptation: Marine climate change preparedness in Australia׳s coastal communities pp. 13-20 Downloads
Michael Bradley, Ingrid van Putten and Marcus Sheaves
Collective symbolic capital and sustainability: Governing fishing communities in a knowledge economy pp. 21-26 Downloads
Alfredo Macías Vázquez and Pablo Alonso González
Fishery self-governance in fishing communities of South Korea pp. 27-32 Downloads
Sang-Go Lee and Amaj Rahimi Midani
Discards composition from Iberian trawl fleets pp. 33-44 Downloads
Ana Cláudia Fernandes, Nélida Pérez, Nuno Prista, Juan Santos and Manuela Azevedo
A global map to aid the identification and screening of critical habitat for marine industries pp. 45-53 Downloads
C.S. Martin, M.J. Tolley, E. Farmer, C.J. Mcowen, J.L. Geffert, J.P.W. Scharlemann, H.L. Thomas, J.H. van Bochove, D. Stanwell-Smith, J.M. Hutton, B. Lascelles, J.D. Pilgrim, J.M.M. Ekstrom and D.P. Tittensor
Adaptive management, international co-operation and planning for marine conservation hotspots in a changing climate pp. 54-66 Downloads
Kate S.G. Gormley, Angela D. Hull, Joanne S. Porter, Michael C. Bell and William G. Sanderson
Rethinking marine infrastructure policy and practice: Insights from three large-scale marina developments in Seattle pp. 67-82 Downloads
A. Meriwether W. Wilson, Robert Mugerauer and Terrie Klinger
Multi-criteria decision-making for fisheries management: A case study of Mediterranean demersal fisheries pp. 83-93 Downloads
Marisa Rossetto, Isabella Bitetto, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Giuseppe Lembo, Monica Gambino, Paolo Accadia and Paco Melià
Feedback switching and the evolution of U.S. coastal management pp. 94-100 Downloads
Richard Burroughs
Gauging perceptions of ocean acidification in Alaska pp. 101-110 Downloads
L.C. Frisch, J.T. Mathis, N.P. Kettle and S.F. Trainor
Selecting and assessing social objectives for Australian fisheries management pp. 111-122 Downloads
Kate Brooks, Jacki Schirmer, Sean Pascoe, Lianos Triantafillos, Eddie Jebreen, Toni Cannard and Cathy M. Dichmont
Tragedy of the unwanted commons: Governing the marine debris in Taiwan’s oyster farming pp. 123-130 Downloads
Ta-Kang Liu, Jui-Chuang Kao and Ping Chen
Engaging the public in climate change-related pro-environmental behaviors to protect coral reefs: The role of public trust in the management agency pp. 131-140 Downloads
Christopher J. Wynveen and Stephen G. Sutton
Gear liberalization in the Northeast Arctic cod fisheries – Implications for sustainability, efficiency and legitimacy pp. 141-148 Downloads
Dag Standal and Signe Annie Sønvisen
A quantitative and qualitative assessment of the discard ban in European Mediterranean waters pp. 149-158 Downloads
Santiago García-Rivera, Jose Luis Sánchez Lizaso and Jose María Bellido Millán
What is maritime security? pp. 159-164 Downloads
Christian Bueger
Are world fisheries a global panarchy? pp. 165-170 Downloads
Peter J. Jacques
Power sharing in fisheries co-management in Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam pp. 171-179 Downloads
Nga Thi Thanh Ho, Helen Ross and Jeffrey Coutts
Towards a standard nomenclature for seafood species to promote more sustainable seafood trade in South Africa pp. 180-187 Downloads
Jaco Barendse and Junaid Francis
Vessel buybacks in fisheries: The role of auction and financing structures pp. 188-197 Downloads
Joshua Graff Zivin and Jamie Mullins
Whither the U.S. National Ocean Policy Implementation Plan? pp. 198-212 Downloads
H. Torres, F. Muller-Karger, D. Keys, H. Thornton, M. Luther and K. Alsharif
A letter of clarification from the authors of “trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction” pp. 213-214 Downloads
D.S. Shiffman, A.J. Gallagher, J. Wester, C.C. Macdonald, A.D. Thaler, S.J. Cooke and N. Hammerschlag
Own-price elasticity of open access supply as a long-run measure of fish stock abundance pp. 215-226 Downloads
David B. Rudders and John M. Ward
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