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Volume 41, issue C, 2013

Introduction: An empirical framework for deconstructing the realities of governing marine protected areas pp. 1-4 Downloads
P.J.S. Jones, E.M. De Santo, W. Qiu and O. Vestergaard
Governing marine protected areas: Social–ecological resilience through institutional diversity pp. 5-13 Downloads
P.J.S. Jones, W. Qiu and E.M. De Santo
Effective governance of a large and complex cross-jurisdictional marine protected area: Australia's Great Barrier Reef pp. 14-24 Downloads
Jon C Day and Kirstin Dobbs
The Darwin Mounds special area of conservation: Implications for offshore marine governance pp. 25-32 Downloads
Elizabeth M. De Santo
North East Kent European marine site: Overcoming barriers to conservation through community engagement pp. 33-40 Downloads
Thomas Roberts and Peter J.S. Jones
The California Marine Life Protection Act: A balance of top down and bottom up governance in MPA planning pp. 41-49 Downloads
Emily T. Saarman and Mark H. Carr
The Sanya Coral Reef National Marine Nature Reserve, China: A governance analysis pp. 50-56 Downloads
Wanfei Qiu
Seaflower marine protected area: Governance for sustainable development pp. 57-64 Downloads
Elizabeth Taylor, Mark Baine, Annette Killmer and Marion Howard
A governance analysis of the Galápagos Marine Reserve pp. 65-71 Downloads
Peter J.S. Jones
Co-management approaches and incentives improve management effectiveness in the Karimunjawa National Park, Indonesia pp. 72-79 Downloads
Stuart J. Campbell, Tasrif Kartawijaya, Irfan Yulianto, Rian Prasetia and Julian Clifton
Refocusing conservation through a cultural lens: Improving governance in the Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia pp. 80-86 Downloads
Julian Clifton
Achieving MPA effectiveness through application of responsive governance incentives in the Tubbataha reefs pp. 87-94 Downloads
Marivel Dygico, Angelique Songco, Alan T. White and Stuart J. Green
Fishers as advocates of marine protected areas: a case study from Galicia (NW Spain) pp. 95-102 Downloads
Lucia Perez de Oliveira
Private ownership of underwater lands in Great South Bay, New York: A case study in degradation, restoration and protection pp. 103-109 Downloads
Carl LoBue and Jay Udelhoven
Chumbe Island Coral Park—governance analysis pp. 110-117 Downloads
Lina M. Nordlund, Ulrike Kloiber, Eleanor Carter and Sibylle Riedmiller
Governing wide coastal-marine protected territories: A governance analysis of the Baleia Franca Environmental Protection Area in South Brazil pp. 118-125 Downloads
Heitor Schulz Macedo, Melissa Vivacqua, Helio Castro Lima Rodrigues and Leopoldo Cavaleri Gerhardinger
Unbalanced governance: The Cres-Lošinj special marine reserve, a missed conservation opportunity pp. 126-133 Downloads
P. Mackelworth, D. Holcer and C.M. Fortuna

Volume 40, issue C, 2013

Marine conservation in remote small island settings: Factors influencing marine protected area establishment in the Azores pp. 1-9 Downloads
Rita Costa Abecasis, Nancy Longnecker, Luisa Schmidt and Julian Clifton
Fishing effort control policies and ship stability: Analysis of a string of accidents in Spain in the period 2004–2007 pp. 10-17 Downloads
Francisco Mata-Álvarez-Santullano and Antonio Souto-Iglesias
Effects of the fuel price crisis on the energy efficiency and the economic performance of the European Union fishing fleets pp. 18-24 Downloads
Anna Cheilari, Jordi Guillen, Dimitrios Damalas and Thomas Barbas
Tropical shrimp trawling: Developing a management blueprint and adapting and implementing it in specific countries and fisheries pp. 25-33 Downloads
Graeme Macfadyen, Richard Banks and Robin Davies
Fill the gap: Developing management strategies to control garbage pollution from fishing vessels pp. 34-40 Downloads
Chung-Ling Chen and Ta-Kang Liu
From low- to high-value fisheries: Is it possible to quantify the trade-off between management cost, risk and catch? pp. 41-52 Downloads
N.A. Dowling, C.M. Dichmont, W. Venables, A.D.M. Smith, D.C. Smith, D. Power and D. Galeano
From a traditionally open access fishery to modern restrictions: Portuguese anglers' perceptions about newly implemented recreational fishing regulations pp. 53-63 Downloads
P. Veiga, C. Pita, L. Leite, J. Ribeiro, R.B. Ditton, J.M.S. Gonçalves and K. Erzini
Estimating MSY and MEY in multi-species and multi-fleet fisheries, consequences and limits: an application to the Bay of Biscay mixed fishery pp. 64-74 Downloads
Jordi Guillen, Claire Macher, Mathieu Merzéréaud, Michel Bertignac, Spyros Fifas and Olivier Guyader
Trawl fisheries, catch shares and the protection of benthic marine ecosystems: Has ownership generated incentives for seafloor stewardship? pp. 75-83 Downloads
Alison Rieser, Les Watling and John Guinotte
Strategies for promoting biodiesel use in marine vessels pp. 84-90 Downloads
Cherng-Yuan Lin
Dysfunction by design: Consequences of limitations on transferability of catch shares in the Alaska pollock fishery pp. 91-99 Downloads
Keith Criddle and James Strong
Suggestions for fixing top-down coastal fisheries management through participatory approaches pp. 100-110 Downloads
P.F.M. Lopes, E.M. Rosa, S. Salyvonchyk, V. Nora and A. Begossi
Flexibility in maritime assets and pooling strategies: A viable response todisaster pp. 111-116 Downloads
Joan P. Mileski and Jared Honeycutt
Subsidies in the jumbo squid fishery in the Gulf of California,Mexico pp. 117-123 Downloads
Mauricio Ramírez-Rodríguez and Luis César Almendárez-Hernández
Moving beyond catch in allocation approaches for internationally shared fish stocks pp. 124-136 Downloads
Megan Bailey, Gakushi Ishimura, Richard Paisley and Ussif Sumaila
Valuing improvements to coastal waters using choice experiments: An application to revisions of the EU Bathing Waters Directive pp. 137-144 Downloads
Stephen Hynes, Dugald Tinch and Nick Hanley
Spatial substitution strategies of recreational fishers in response to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park pp. 145-153 Downloads
Débora M. De Freitas, Stephen G. Sutton, James M. Moloney, Elodie J.I. Lédée and Renae C. Tobin
Securing ocean benefits for society in the face of climate change pp. 154-159 Downloads
M. Ruckelshaus, S.C. Doney, H.M. Galindo, J.P. Barry, F. Chan, J.E. Duffy, C.A. English, S.D. Gaines, J.M. Grebmeier, A.B. Hollowed, N. Knowlton, J. Polovina, N.N. Rabalais, W.J. Sydeman and L.D. Talley
Transferable quotas, efficiency and crew ownership in Whalsay, Shetland pp. 160-166 Downloads
Emma Cardwell and Robert Gear
Values, images, and principles: What they represent and how they may improve fisheries governance pp. 167-175 Downloads
Andrew M. Song, Ratana Chuenpagdee and Svein Jentoft
Communicating environmental information to the stakeholders in coastal and marine policy-making: Case studies from Nova Scotia and the Gulf of Maine/Bay of Fundy region pp. 176-186 Downloads
Suzuette S. Soomai, Bertrum H. MacDonald and Peter G. Wells
Chinese fisheries enforcement: Environmental and strategic implications pp. 187-193 Downloads
Lyle J. Goldstein
Global catches, exploitation rates, and rebuilding options for sharks pp. 194-204 Downloads
Boris Worm, Brendal Davis, Lisa Kettemer, Christine A. Ward-Paige, Demian Chapman, Michael R. Heithaus, Steven T. Kessel and Samuel H. Gruber

Volume 39, issue C, 2013

A conceptual process-based reference model for collaboratively managing recreational scuba diving in Kenting National Park pp. 1-10 Downloads
Kuo-Cheng Ku and Tsen-Chien Chen
Setting the stage for marine spatial planning: Ecological and social data collation and analyses in Canada's Pacific waters pp. 11-20 Downloads
Natalie C. Ban, Karin M. Bodtker, David Nicolson, Carolyn K. Robb, Krista Royle and Charlie Short
The role of law in shark-based eco-tourism: Lessons from Australia pp. 21-28 Downloads
Erika J. Techera and Natalie Klein
Moving beyond a top-down fisheries management approach in the northwestern Mediterranean: Some lessons from the Philippines pp. 29-42 Downloads
Hazel O. Arceo, Bertrand Cazalet, Porfirio M. Aliño, Luisa Mangialajo and Patrice Francour
Rebuilding EU fish stocks and fisheries, a process under way? pp. 43-52 Downloads
M. Cardinale, H. Dörner, A. Abella, Jesper Andersen, J. Casey, R. Döring, E. Kirkegaard, A. Motova, J. Anderson, E.J. Simmonds and C. Stransky
Rio+20 and the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy in Europe pp. 53-55 Downloads
Rainer Froese and Martin Quaas
Women and fisheries: Contribution to food security and local economies pp. 56-63 Downloads
Sarah Harper, Dirk Zeller, Melissa Hauzer, Daniel Pauly and Ussif Sumaila
Monitoring, control and surveillance of protected areas and specially managed areas in the marine domain pp. 64-71 Downloads
Denzil G.M. Miller, Natasha M. Slicer and Quentin Hanich
Pathways of integrated coastal management from national policy to local implementation: Enabling climate change adaptation pp. 72-86 Downloads
L. Celliers, S. Rosendo, I. Coetzee and G. Daniels
Human rights and neo-liberalism in small-scale fisheries: Conjoined priorities and processes pp. 87-93 Downloads
Kenneth Ruddle and Anthony Davis
Mariculture: A global analysis of production trends since 1950 pp. 94-100 Downloads
Brooke Campbell and Daniel Pauly
Scientists’ prioritization of global coastal research questions pp. 101-111 Downloads
Murray Rudd and Ricky N. Lawton
Using conservation as a tool to resolve conflict: Establishing the Piran–Savudrija international Marine Peace Park pp. 112-119 Downloads
Peter Mackelworth, Draško Holcer and Bojan Lazar
From behind the Great Wall: The development of statistics on the marine economy in China pp. 120-127 Downloads
Wei Ling Song, Guang Shun He and Alistair McIlgorm
Co-management and adaptive co-management: Two modes of governance in a Honduran marine protected area pp. 128-134 Downloads
Natalie K. Bown, Tim S. Gray and Selina M. Stead
Middlemen, informal trading and its linkages with IUU fishing activities in the port of Progreso, Mexico pp. 135-143 Downloads
Carmen Pedroza
Whether to employ trade controls or fisheries management to conserve precious corals (Coralliidae) in the Northern Pacific Ocean pp. 144-153 Downloads
Shui-Kai Chang, Ya-Ching Yang and Nozomu Iwasaki
The economic importance of the Icelandic fisheries cluster—Understanding the role of fisheries in a small economy pp. 154-161 Downloads
Thor Sigfusson, Ragnar Arnason and Karyn Morrissey
Managing the offshore and coastal fisheries in Taiwan to achieve sustainable development using policy indicators pp. 162-171 Downloads
Wen-Hong Liu
A bio-economic analysis of harvest control rules for the Northeast Arctic cod fishery pp. 172-181 Downloads
Anne Maria Eikeset, Andries P. Richter, Dorothy J. Dankel, Erin S. Dunlop, Mikko Heino, Ulf Dieckmann and Nils Chr. Stenseth
The emerging policy landscape for marine spatial planning in Europe pp. 182-190 Downloads
Wanfei Qiu and Peter J.S. Jones
Coastal biodiversity management in Japanese satoumi pp. 191-200 Downloads
Joannès Berque and Osamu Matsuda
The five offshore drilling rig markets pp. 201-214 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and Brian Snyder
Evaluating marine protected areas for managing marine resource conflict in Hawaii pp. 215-223 Downloads
Todd C. Stevenson and Brian N. Tissot
The impact of climate change on prawn postlarvae fishing in coastal Bangladesh: Socioeconomic and ecological perspectives pp. 224-233 Downloads
Nesar Ahmed, Anna Occhipinti-Ambrogi and James F. Muir
Marine protected areas: Re-thinking their inception pp. 234-240 Downloads
Ratana Chuenpagdee, Jose J. Pascual-Fernández, Emese Szeliánszky, Juan Luis Alegret, Julia Fraga and Svein Jentoft
Crisis sentinel indicators: Averting a potential meltdown in the Coral Triangle pp. 241-247 Downloads
Reniel Cabral, Annabelle Cruz-Trinidad, Rollan Geronimo, Lydia Napitupulu, Paul Lokani, Delvene Boso, Christine Marie Casal, Nurulhuda Ahmad Fatan and Porfirio Aliño
Impacts of the Moreton Bay Marine Park rezoning on commercial fishermen pp. 248-256 Downloads
Casper van de Geer, Morena Mills, Vanessa M. Adams, Robert L. Pressey and Daryl McPhee
Norwegian–Russian cooperation on oil-spill response in the Barents Sea pp. 257-264 Downloads
Are Kristoffer Sydnes and Maria Sydnes
Sea use management using a hybrid operational model: Taiwan’s experience pp. 265-272 Downloads
Tzay-An Shiau
Rising to the integration ambitions of Marine Spatial Planning: Reflections from the Irish Sea pp. 273-282 Downloads
Sue Kidd
Extent and implications of IUU catch in Mexico's marine fisheries pp. 283-288 Downloads
Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor, Miguel A. Cisneros-Mata, Sarah Harper and Daniel Pauly
Marine conservation science and governance in North–West Europe: Conservation planning and international law and policy pp. 289-295 Downloads
Kristian Metcalfe, Thomas Roberts, Robert J. Smith and Stuart R. Harrop
Strategic environmental assessment opportunities and risks for Arctic offshore energy planning and development pp. 296-302 Downloads
Bram Noble, Skye Ketilson, Alec Aitken and Greg Poelzer
Assessing the effects of moving to maximum economic yield effort level in the western rock lobster fishery of Western Australia pp. 303-313 Downloads
Chris Reid, Nick Caputi, Simon de Lestang and Peter Stephenson
Swimming with whales in Tonga: Sustainable use or threatening process? pp. 314-316 Downloads
Megan Kessler, Robert Harcourt and Gillian Heller
Illegal shark fishing in the Galápagos Marine Reserve pp. 317-321 Downloads
Lindsey A. Carr, Adrian C. Stier, Katharina Fietz, Ignacio Montero, Austin J. Gallagher and John F. Bruno
Scalar reorganisation of marine governance in Europe? The implementation of the marine strategy framework directive in Spain, Portugal and Germany pp. 322-332 Downloads
Andreas Thiel
Stability of cooperative management of the Pacific sardine fishery under climate variability pp. 333-340 Downloads
Gakushi Ishimura, Samuel Herrick and Ussif Sumaila
Effective practice in marine spatial planning: A participatory evaluation of experience in Southern England pp. 341-348 Downloads
Stephen Fletcher, Emma McKinley, Kenneth C. Buchan, Ness Smith and Karen McHugh
Marine monitoring in the European Union: How to fulfill the requirements for the marine strategy framework directive in an efficient and integrated way pp. 349-351 Downloads
Nikolaos Zampoukas, Henna Piha, Emanuele Bigagli, Nicolas Hoepffner, Georg Hanke and Ana Cristina Cardoso
Benefits and opportunity costs of Australia's Coral Sea marine protected area: A precautionary tale pp. 352-360 Downloads
Colin Hunt
Management hurdles for sustainable harvesting of Corallium rubrum pp. 361-364 Downloads
Georgios Tsounis, Sergio Rossi, Lorenzo Bramanti and Giovanni Santangelo
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