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Volume 50, issue PB, 2014

Marine governance of European Seas: Introduction pp. 323-324 Downloads
Jesper Raakjær and Jan van Tatenhove
Implementing the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: A policy perspective on regulatory, institutional and stakeholder impediments to effective implementation pp. 325-330 Downloads
Judith van Leeuwen, Jesper Raakjaer, Luc van Hoof, Jan van Tatenhove, Ronán Long and Kristen Ounanian
‘The Hare and the Tortoise’: Lessons from Baltic Sea and Mediterranean Sea governance pp. 331-338 Downloads
Charlène Jouanneau and Jesper Raakjær
Sometimes you cannot make it on your own; drivers and scenarios for regional cooperation in implementing the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive pp. 339-346 Downloads
Luc van Hoof, Astrid Hendriksen and Helen J. Bloomfield
How to dance? The tango of stakeholder involvement in marine governance research pp. 347-352 Downloads
Marloes Kraan, Astrid Hendriksen, Luc van Hoof, Judith van Leeuwen and Charlène Jouanneau
Fishing for opinions: Stakeholder views on MSFD implementation in European Seas pp. 353-363 Downloads
Astrid Hendriksen, Charlène Jouanneau, Rebecca Koss and Jesper Raakjaer
Regional cooperation for European seas: Governance models in support of the implementation of the MSFD pp. 364-372 Downloads
Jan van Tatenhove, Jesper Raakjaer, Judith van Leeuwen and Luc van Hoof
Ecosystem-based marine management in European regional seas calls for nested governance structures and coordination—A policy brief pp. 373-381 Downloads
Jesper Raakjaer, Judith van Leeuwen, Jan van Tatenhove and Maria Hadjimichael

Volume 50, issue PA, 2014

Regional marine spatial planning – The data collection and mapping process pp. 1-9 Downloads
Rachel Shucksmith, Lorraine Gray, Christina Kelly and Jacqueline F. Tweddle
The implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: Shortcomings and limitations from the Spanish point of view pp. 10-17 Downloads
Juan Bellas
Assessing China׳s legislation on compensation for marine ecological damage: A case study of the Bohai oil spill pp. 18-26 Downloads
Dan Liu and Ling Zhu
Data collection and mapping – Principles, processes and application in marine spatial planning pp. 27-33 Downloads
Rachel J. Shucksmith and Christina Kelly
Sea basin maritime spatial planning: A case study of the Baltic Sea region and Poland pp. 34-45 Downloads
Jacek Zaucha
Impact of increasing market access on a tropical small-scale fishery pp. 46-52 Downloads
Kara Stevens, Brian Irwin, Daniel Kramer and Gerald Urquhart
Developing regional locational guidance for wave and tidal energy in the Shetland Islands pp. 53-66 Downloads
Jacqueline F. Tweddle, iLaria Marengo, Lorraine Gray, Christina Kelly and Rachel Shucksmith
Primary prevention of fishing vessel disasters: Evaluation of a United States Coast Guard policy intervention pp. 67-73 Downloads
Devin L. Lucas, Laurel D. Kincl, Viktor E. Bovbjerg, Adam J. Branscum and Jennifer M. Lincoln
New Zealand׳s fisheries management system: Forced labour an ignored or overlooked dimension? pp. 74-80 Downloads
Glenn Simmons and Christina Stringer
Dealing with Mediterranean bluefin tuna: A study in international environmental management pp. 81-88 Downloads
Joseph Paul Heffernan
Characterization of fisheries management in Yemen: A case study of a developing country׳s management regime pp. 89-95 Downloads
Natheer Alabsi and Teruhisa Komatsu
From measuring outcomes to providing inputs: Governance, management, and local development for more effective marine protected areas pp. 96-110 Downloads
Nathan James Bennett and Philip Dearden
Maritime Labour policy in China: Restructuring under the ILO׳s Maritime Labour Convention 2006 pp. 111-116 Downloads
Pengfei Zhang and Minghua Zhao
The inner workings of collaboration in marine ecosystem-based management: A social network analysis approach pp. 117-125 Downloads
Tiffany C. Smythe, Robert Thompson and Carlos Garcia-Quijano
Cold water coral reef management from an ecosystem service perspective pp. 126-134 Downloads
Claire W. Armstrong, Naomi S. Foley, Viktoria Kahui and Anthony Grehan
Using secondary data to examine economic trends in a subset of sectors in the English marine economy: 2003–2011 pp. 135-141 Downloads
Karyn Morrissey
Perceived impacts of climate change, coastal development and policy on oyster harvesting in the Southeastern United States pp. 142-150 Downloads
Ginger Deason, Erin Seekamp and Carla Barbieri
Revealing marine cultural ecosystem services in the Black Sea pp. 151-161 Downloads
Ruth Fletcher, Corinne Baulcomb, Clare Hall and Salman Hussain
Realization of high seas enforcement by non-flag states in WCPFC: A signal for enhanced cooperative enforcement in fisheries management pp. 162-170 Downloads
Chung-Ling Chen
Oil spill response in the Arctic: Norwegian experiences and future perspectives pp. 171-177 Downloads
Maaike Knol and Peter Arbo
Rapid prioritization of marine ecosystem services and ecosystem indicators pp. 178-189 Downloads
Sandra R. Werner, James P.G. Spurgeon, Gary H. Isaksen, Joseph P. Smith, Nina K. Springer, David A. Gettleson, N׳Guessan, Lucie and Jennifer M. Dupont
Driving forces of the long-enduring institutional mechanism of Padu system in Negombo Lagoon, Sri Lanka pp. 190-196 Downloads
Shimpei Iwasaki
Is certification a viable option for small producer fish farmers in the global south? Insights from Vietnam pp. 197-206 Downloads
Melissa Marschke and Ann Wilkings
The effect of discards and survival rate on the Maximum Sustainable Yield estimation based on landings or catches maximisation: Application to the nephrops fishery in the Bay of Biscay pp. 207-214 Downloads
Jordi Guillen, Claire Macher, Mathieu Merzéréaud, Spyros Fifas and Olivier Guyader
The development of ships׳ routeing measures in the Bering Strait: Lessons learned from the North Atlantic right whale to protect local whale populations pp. 215-226 Downloads
Ainsley S. Allen
China׳s marine economy and regional development pp. 227-237 Downloads
Xu-Zhao Jiang, Tie-Ying Liu and Chi-Wei Su
Measuring the multiregional economic contribution of an Alaska fishing fleet with linkages to international markets pp. 238-248 Downloads
Edward C. Waters, Chang K. Seung, Marcus L. Hartley and Michael G. Dalton
Addressing environmental considerations for Marine Stewardship Council certification: A case study using lobsters pp. 249-260 Downloads
Lynda M. Bellchambers, Bruce F. Phillips, Mónica Pérez-Ramírez, Enrique Lozano-Álvarez, Kim Ley-Cooper and Armando Vega-Velazquez
Deciphering contextual influences on local leadership in community-based fisheries management pp. 261-269 Downloads
Abigail M. Sutton and Murray Rudd
An analysis of the structural changes in the offshore demersal hake (Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus) trawl fishery in South Africa pp. 270-279 Downloads
Rachel Cooper, Anthony Leiman and Astrid Jarre
Productivity growth and product choice in catch share fisheries: The case of Alaska pollock pp. 280-289 Downloads
Marcelo Torres and Ronald G. Felthoven
The changing role of NGOs in Mexican small-scale fisheries: From environmental conservation to multi-scale governance pp. 290-299 Downloads
Maria J. Espinosa-Romero, Laura F. Rodriguez, Amy Hudson Weaver, Cristina Villanueva-Aznar and Jorge Torre
Co-management in Europe: Insights from the gooseneck barnacle fishery in Asturias, Spain pp. 300-308 Downloads
Antonella Rivera, Stefan Gelcich, Lucia García-Florez, Jorge Luis Alcázar and José Luis Acuña
An assessment of sector separation on the Gulf of Mexico recreational red snapper fishery pp. 309-317 Downloads
J. Doerpinghaus, K. Hentrich, M. Troup, A. Stavrinaky and S. Anderson
Trophy fishing for species threatened with extinction: A way forward building on a history of conservation pp. 318-322 Downloads
D.S. Shiffman, A.J. Gallagher, J. Wester, C.C. Macdonald, A.D. Thaler, S.J. Cooke and N. Hammerschlag

Volume 49, issue C, 2014

EU–Mauritania fisheries partnership in need of more transparency pp. 1-11 Downloads
Ad Corten
Tragedy of the few? A political ecology perspective of the right to the sea: The Cyprus marine aquaculture sector pp. 12-19 Downloads
Maria Hadjimichael, Adriana Bruggeman and Manfred A. Lange
MPA regulations should incorporate adaptive management—The case of Gilbert Bay Labrador Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) pp. 20-28 Downloads
Corey J. Morris and John M. Green
Marine protected areas in a welfare-based perspective pp. 29-36 Downloads
Siv Reithe, Claire W. Armstrong and Ola Flaaten
The maintenance costs of marine natural capital: A case study from the initial assessment of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive in France pp. 37-47 Downloads
Harold Levrel, Céline Jacob, Denis Bailly, Mahe Charles, Olivier Guyader, Schéhérazade Aoubid, Adeline Bas, Alexia Cujus, Marjolaine Frésard, Sophie Girard, Julien Hay, Yann Laurans, Jérôme Paillet, José A. Pérez Agúndez and Rémi Mongruel
How sustainable is sustainable marine spatial planning? Part II – The Portuguese experience pp. 48-58 Downloads
Catarina Frazão Santos, Tiago Domingos, Maria Adelaide Ferreira, Michael Orbach and Francisco Andrade
How sustainable is sustainable marine spatial planning? Part I—Linking the concepts pp. 59-65 Downloads
Catarina Frazão Santos, Tiago Domingos, Maria Adelaide Ferreira, Michael Orbach and Francisco Andrade
Seabed mining: International Seabed Authority environmental management plan for the Clarion–Clipperton Zone. A partnership approach pp. 66-72 Downloads
Michael Lodge, David Johnson, Gwenaëlle Le Gurun, Markus Wengler, Phil Weaver and Vikki Gunn
Conflicting goals in fisheries management—A study of the Norwegian cod fisheries pp. 73-80 Downloads
Eirik Eriksen Heen, Knut Heen and PingSun Leung
Charting pragmatic courses for global ocean governance pp. 85-86 Downloads
Klaus Töpfer, Laurence Tubiana, Sebastian Unger and Julien Rochette
A Sustainable Development Goal for the Ocean and Coasts: Global ocean challenges benefit from regional initiatives supporting globally coordinated solutions pp. 87-89 Downloads
Martin Visbeck, Ulrike Kronfeld-Goharani, Barbara Neumann, Wilfried Rickels, Jörn Schmidt, Erik van Doorn, Nele Matz-Lück and Alexander Proelss
Sustaining marine life beyond boundaries: Options for an implementing agreement for marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea pp. 90-97 Downloads
Elisabeth Druel and Kristina M. Gjerde
The sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity in ABNJ: What can be achieved using existing international agreements? pp. 98-108 Downloads
Jeff A. Ardron, Rosemary Rayfuse, Kristina Gjerde and Robin Warner
The regional approach to the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 109-117 Downloads
Julien Rochette, Sebastian Unger, Dorothée Herr, David Johnson, Takehiro Nakamura, Tim Packeiser, Alexander Proelss, Martin Visbeck, Andrew Wright and Daniel Cebrian
Identifying new pathways for ocean governance: The role of legal principles in areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 118-126 Downloads
Katherine Houghton
Better integration of sectoral planning and management approaches for the interlinked ecology of the open oceans pp. 127-136 Downloads
Natalie C. Ban, Sara M. Maxwell, Daniel C. Dunn, Alistair J. Hobday, Nicholas J. Bax, Jeff Ardron, Kristina M. Gjerde, Edward T. Game, Rodolphe Devillers, David M. Kaplan, Piers K. Dunstan, Patrick N. Halpin and Robert L. Pressey
The Convention on Biological Diversity's Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas: Origins, development, and current status pp. 137-145 Downloads
Daniel C. Dunn, Jeff Ardron, Nicholas Bax, Patricio Bernal, Jesse Cleary, Ian Cresswell, Ben Donnelly, Piers Dunstan, Kristina Gjerde, David Johnson, Kristin Kaschner, Ben Lascelles, Jake Rice, Henning von Nordheim, Louisa Wood and Patrick N. Halpin
A systematic approach towards the identification and protection of vulnerable marine ecosystems pp. 146-154 Downloads
Jeff A. Ardron, Malcolm R. Clark, Andrew J. Penney, Thomas F. Hourigan, Ashley A. Rowden, Piers K. Dunstan, Les Watling, Timothy M. Shank, Di M. Tracey, Mathew R. Dunn and Steven J. Parker
The impact of OSPAR on protected area management beyond national jurisdiction: Effective regional cooperation or a network of paper parks? pp. 155-166 Downloads
Nele Matz-Lück and Johannes Fuchs
Can existing institutions protect biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction? Experiences from two on-going processes pp. 167-175 Downloads
David Freestone, David Johnson, Jeff Ardron, Kate Killerlain Morrison and Sebastian Unger
Fair and equitable sharing of benefits from the utilization of marine genetic resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction: Bridging the gaps between science and policy pp. 176-185 Downloads
Arianna Broggiato, Sophie Arnaud-Haond, Claudio Chiarolla and Thomas Greiber
Cooperation and compliance control in areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 186-194 Downloads
Dorota Englender, Jenny Kirschey, Aleke Stöfen and Andreas Zink
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