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2020

Calvo, G., Armero, C., Pennino, M.G. and Spezia, L. 2020. Bayesian longitudinal models for exploring European sardine fishing in the Mediterranean Sea, arXiv. (Full text)

Cashion, T. 2020. Get it in gear: evaluating gear-based trade-offs in fisheries. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 140 p. (Full text)

Khalfallah, M. 2020. Data-poor fisheries: Case studies from the Southern Mediterranean and the Arabian Peninsula. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 349 p. (Full text)

Rosenzweig, M.R. and Santos, R.J. 2020. Is fish brain food or brain poison? Sea surface temperature, methyl-mercury and child cognitive development. Yale Discussion Papers. 1080. (Full text)

Rogers, A., Aburto-Oropeza, O., Appeltans, W., Assis, J., Ballance, L.T., Cury, P., Duarte, C., Favoretto, F., Kumagai, J., Lovelock, C., Miloslavich, P., Niamir, A., Obura, D., O’Leary, B.C., Reygondeau, G., Roberts, C., Sadovy, Y., Sutton, T., Tittensor, D. and Velarde, E. 2020. Critical Habitats and Biodiversity: Inventory, Thresholds and Governance. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute. (Full text)

Zhang, X. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2020. Evolution of China’s policies on bottom trawl fisheries over seven decades (1949 – 2018). IOF Working Paper Series #2020 – 01. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 59 p. (Full text)

Zhang, X. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2020. Reconstructing fishing capacity and landings of China’s bottom trawl fisheries (1950 – 2018). Working Paper #2020 – 03. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 41 p. (Full text)

2019

Bilecki, D. 2019. The Burden of invisibility: A case study of the fisheries crisis in Ghana, and the USAID/Ghana Sustainable Fisheries Management Project’s Gegender Mainstreaming Strategy, University of Rhode Island, USA, 121 p. (Full text)

Cheung, W.W.L., Lam, V.W.Y. and Wabnitz, C. 2019. Future scenarios and projections for fisheries on the high seas under a changing climate. Changing Oceans Research Group / International Institute for Environment and Development – Working Paper 2019, 43pp. (Full text)

Harper, S.J. 2019. The contributions by women to fisheries economies worldwide. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 195 p. (Full text)

FISH: Sierra Leone. 2019. Africa Research Bulletin: Economic, Financial and Technical Series 56(3): 22519C-22520A. (Full text)

Mbotiji, N.N. 2019. An impact assessment of Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated (IUU) fishing in Central Africa as a step towards sustainability in Africa’s fishing industry – case study: Cameroon. World Maritime University Dissertations. 1152. Malmö, Sweden, 63 p. (Full text)

Schuhbauer, A., Skerritt, D.J., Ebrahim, N., Le Manach, F. and Sumaila, U.R. 2019. The global fisheries subsidies divide between small- and large-scale fisheries. IOF Working Paper Series 2019 – 06, 13pp., Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia. (Full text)

2018

Bendriem, N. 2018. Calculating the economic value of genomic technologies in wild and farmed coho production. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 132 p. (Full text)

Cashion, M.S. 2018. Evaluating and enhancing the taxonomic resolution of shark and ray (Subclass Elasmobranchii) catch statistics in the Mediterranean and Black Seas (1950-2014). MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 66 p. (Full text)

Comte, A. 2018. Coral reefs ecosystem services under global environmental change: Interdisciplinary approaches to guide science and action. Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France, 282 p. (Full text)

Cyr, H.A. 2018. The impacts of longlines on deepsea sponges in the Azores. Universidade dos Açores, Ponta Delgada, Portugal. (Full text)

Tembe, S.A. 2018. Status of Quirimbas, Bazaruto and Ponta do Ouro marine protected areas of Mozambique. Universidad de Alicante, Alicante, Spain, 102 p. (Full text)

Thomsen, I., Hasselbring, W., Schmidt, J., and Quaas, M.F. 2018. Integrated search and analysis of multidisciplinary marine data with GeRDI. International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems 5-7 November 2018 – Barcelona, Spain. (Full text)

2017

Bendriem, N., Roman, R., Gibson D. and Sumaila, U.R. 2017. Wild vs. farmed: Selected review of a dichotomized status of coho salmon in British Columbia. OceanCanada Working Paper #2017-06. (Full text)

Bukola, A.O.A. 2018. Assessment of post-harvest fish losses among small-scale fishermen in Ondo State, Nigeria. Doctoral dissertation. Universiti Utara Malaysia, 253 p. (Full text)

Flett, I. 2017. How aquaponics can improve aquaculture and help feed a hungry world. University of Akureyri, Ísafjörður, Iceland, 181 p. (Full text)

Gibson, D. and Sumaila, U.R. 2017. How small-scale are fisheries in British Columbia? OceanCanada Working Paper #2017-03. (Full text)

Nogueira Gassent, A. 2017. Changes in the overexploited demersal fish assemblages in the Northwest Atlantic: the Southern Grand Banks and the Flemish Cap. Universidad de Vigo, Spain, 251 p. (Full text)

Tai, T.C., Cashion, T., Lam, V.W.Y., Swartz, W. and Sumaila, U.R. 2017. Ex-vessel fish price database: disaggregating prices for low-priced species from reduction fisheries. OceanCanada Working Paper #2017-02. (Full text)

2016

Bouchet, P. and Meeuwig, J. 2016. Sea Around Us Project – Relative Demersal Fish Abundance Inferred from Commercial Catch Data, Northwestern Australia (1997-2006).” Dataset Web. (Full text)

Brotz, L. 2016. Jellyfish fisheries of the world. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 170 p. (Full text)

Ferguson-Cradler, G. 2016. Liberalism in numbers only: Science, politics, and state power in postwar global fisheries management. (Order No. 10195197). Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, 424 p. (Full text)

Hamad, H.B. 2016. The East African community’s maritime domain: an innovative institutional framework. University of Greenwich, United Kingdom, 416 p. (Full text)

Monteiro, F.M. 2016. Changes in taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity of the fish assemblage in a temperate estuary. Universidad de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 42 p. (Full text)

Pálsdóttir, A.Þ. 2016. Rights-based management systems in fisheries. How can assigned rights change fisheries? University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland, 45 p. (Full text)

Williams, M.J. 2016. Gender research as a new frontier in fisheries and aquaculture economics: In the footsteps of Rosemary Firth. Report of the Gender Papers presented at the 2016 International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade, Aberdeen, Scotland, 11-15 July, 2016. (Full text)

2015

Al-Abdulrazzak, D. 2015. In the wake of the dhow: Historical changes in the marine ecology and fisheries of the Persian Gulf. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 181 p. (Full text)

Buchet, V. 2015. Impact assessment of invasive flora species in Posidonia oceanica meadows on fish assemblage: an influence on local fisheries? The case study of Lipsi Island, Greece. University Centre of the Westfjords, Suðurgata, Iceland, 85 p. (Full text)

Costa, M. 2015. Abundance and distribution of delphinids in the Red Sea (Egypt). University of St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, 271 p. (Full text)

Elfes, C.T. 2015. A regional-scale Ocean Health Index for Brazil. University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, 79 p. (Full text)

Gallego Cosme, M.J. 2015. El factor soberanía en el análisis geopolítico de pequeños espacios insulares. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Instituto Universitario General Gutiérrez Mellado, Spain, 290 p. (Full text)

Madkour, H.A. 2015. Detection of damaged areas due to tourism development along the Egyptian Red Sea coast using GIS, remote sensing and foraminifera. State of the Art, National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Red Sea Branch, Egypt, 135 p. (Full text)

Nedreaas, K., Iversen, S. and Kuhnle, G. 2015. Preliminary estimates of total removals by the Norwegian marine fisheries, 1950-2010. Fisheries Centre Working Paper #2015-94, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 15 p. (Full text)

Otrachshenko, V. and Bosello, F. 2015. Identifying the link between coastal tourism and marine ecosystems in the Baltic, North Sea, and Mediterranean countries. Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) 10.22004/ag.econ.198895. (Full text)

Rhodes, J. 2015. Economic vs. ideological interests: Examining Chinese arms exports and aid. University of Mississippi, Oxford, USA. (Full text)

Wood, M. 2015. Automated detection of fishing vessels using smart hydrophones on an underwater coastal glider. Underwater Acoustics International Conference and Exhibition, 22-27 June 2014, Rhodes, Greece. (Full text)

2014

Belhabib, D. 2014. West African fisheries: Past, present and futures? PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 214 p. (Full text)

Bhathal, B. 2014. Government-led development of India’s marine fisheries since 1950: catch and effort trends and bioeconomic models for exploring alternative policies. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 321 p. (Full text)

Bolanou, C. and Kiousopoulos, J. 2014. Marine spatial planning in Hellas: Recent facts and perspectives. FIG Congress 2014 Engaging the Challenges – Enhancing the Relevance Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 16-21 June 2014. (Full text)

Boonzaier, L. 2014. Marine protected areas: a global exploration of their quantity and quality. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 110 p. (Full text)

Colléter, M. 2014. Fishing impacts on the trophic functioning of marine ecosystems: a comparative approach using trophodynamic models. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia and Ecole doctorale Vie-Agro-Santé, Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes, France, 236 p. (Full text)

Greer, K. 2014. Considering the ‘effort factor’ in fisheries: a methodology for reconstructing global fishing effort and CO2 emissions, 1950 – 2010. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 107 p. (Full text)

Le Manach, F. 2014. Past, present and future of publicly-funded European Union’s fishing access agreements in developing countries. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia and Université de Montpellier (co-supervision w/ Dr. Philippe Cury, Montpellier), 171 p. (Full text)

Orozco, M.C.L. 2014. Environmental protection and U.S. foreign policy & decision-making in multilateral development banks. Honors College Theses. 26 University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA, 70 p. (Full text)

Schiller, L.L. 2014. Tuna be, or not tuna be: using catch data to observe the ecological of commercial tuna fisheries in the Pacific Ocean at varying spatial scales. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 155 p. (Full text)

Ulman, A. 2014. Actual and perceived decline of fishery resources in Turkey and Cyprus: A history with an emphasis on shifting baselines. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 207 p. (Full text)

Valdés Quilodrán, R. 2014. Distribución oceánica de metales pesados asociados a la actividad del Complejo Industrial Ventanas en la Bahía de Quintero, V región. Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Santiago, Chile, 69 p. (Full text)

2013

Alexander, S. 2013. Novel biomass conversion routes: ammonia from biomass, and marine macroalgae for energy. Aston University, Birmingham, England, 322 p. (Full text)

Govender, R. 2013. Small but mighty: A global reconsideration of small-scale fisheries. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 86 p. (Full text)

Lam, V.W.Y. 2013. Global fisheries economics in the face of change in climate. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (Full text)

Liebman, B. 2013. SOS: Save our seafood: what’s good for us and the oceans. Center for Science in the Public Interest. (Full text)

Perry, E.E. 2013. Perceptions of protection: coastal resident cognitions concerning new marine reserves in Oregon. Oregon State University. Corvallis, USA. (Full text)

Sampson, D. 2013. Marine resource management under increasing complexities and uncertainties. North American Association of Fisheries Economists, 7th Biennial Forum May 21-24, 2013, St. Petersburg, FL, USA. (Full text)

Vincent-Akpu, I. 2013. Sustainable development in fisheries of Nigeria. IAIA13 Conference Proceedings’ Impact Assessment the Next Generation 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Association for Impact Assessment 13 – 16 May 2013, Calgary Stampede BMO Centre | Calgary, Alberta, Canada (www.iaia.org). (Full text)

2012

Bayramoglu, B. and Jacques, J. 2012. Fishery resources and trade openness: Evidence from Turkey. INRA, Economie Publique No 2012/02, Working Papers. (Full text)

Biery, L. 2012. Using shark catch data to estimate the magnitude and global distribution of the shark fin trade. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 122 p. (Full text)

Chalkou, A.E. 2012. Διακύμανση του τροφικού επιπέδου των αλιευτικών αποθεμάτων της Μεσογείου και της Μαύρης Θάλασσας. (Full text)

George, D.A. 2012. The Southern Kurile Islands: Shrouded in eternal fog. Technical report U.S. Army War College Carlisle, USA. (Full text)

Masur, L.J. 2012, Peanuts and prestige on the Peruvian North Coast: the archaeology of peanuts at Huaca Gallinazo (V-59) and Huaca Santa Clara (V-67). MA, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 62 p. (Full text)

Paleczny, M. 2012. An analysis of temporal and spatial patterns in global seabird abundance during the modern industrial era (1950-2010), and the relationship between global seabird decline and marine fisheries catch. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 119 p. (Full text)

Swan, C.D. 2012. The exclusive economic zone: an instrument of national security? Massey University, Manawatu, New Zealand, 165 p. (Full text)

Tesfamichael, D. 2012. Assessment of the Red Sea ecosystem, with emphasis on fisheries. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 238 p. (Full text)

2011

Brotz, L. 2011. Changing jellyfish populations: trends in Large Marine Ecosystems. MSc thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 198 p. (Full text)

Capetanopoulos, D.C. 2011. Deriving a campaign plan for the global commons. Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, USA. (Full text)

2010

Arky, A.S. 2010. Trading nets for guns the impact of illegal fishing on piracy in Somalia. Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, USA. (Full text)

Bawumia, M. and Sumaila, U.R. 2010. Fisheries, ecosystems and piracy: A case study of Somalia. Fisheries Centre Working Paper Series 2010-04, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (Full text)

Campbell, B. 2010. A global analysis of historical and projected mariculture production trends, 1950-2030. MSc thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 144 p. (Full text)

Palliser, S.J. 2010. Saltwater thieves: Policy reforms to address Somali piracy. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. (Full text)

Science Blog. 2010. Widely adopted indicator of fisheries health questioned. (Full text)

Tremblay-Boyer, L. 2010. Effects of global fisheries on the biomass of marine ecosystems: a trophic-level-based approach. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 79 p. (Full text)

Wabnitz, C. (2010) Marine sea turtle conservation and ecosystem-based management, with a focus on green turtles (Chelonia mydas) and seagrass ecosystems. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 272 p. (Full text)

2009

Cullis-Suzuki, S. 2009. High seas, high risk: a global evaluation of the effectiveness of regional fisheries management organizations. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 130 p. (Full text)

Jacquet, J. 2009. Fish as food in an age of globalization. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 185 p. (Full text)

Robinson, P.W. 2009. Exploiting pelagic habitat: Navigation, migration, and foraging success in the northern elephant seal (Mirounga angustirostris). University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, 141 p. (Full text)

2008

Lai, S. 2008. Shared displays to support collaborative exploration of ocean summits. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 104 p. (Full text)

Mondoux, S. 2008. Ranking maritime countries in terms of the sustainability of their fisheries. Master of Science in Environmental Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, Canada, 119 p.

Piroddi, C. 2008. An ecosystem-based approach to study two dolphin populations around the island of Kalamos, Ionian Sea, Greece. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 122 p. (Full text)

2007

Brenner, J. and Jimémez, J.A. 2007. Spatial database model of ichthyofauna bioindicators of coastal environmental quality. In: Proceedings of Ocean Biodiversity Informatics: An International Conference on Marine Biodiversity Data Management, Hamburg, Germany: 25–35. (Full text)

Broenland, E. 2007. The sole question. Assessing the sustainability of fishing versus farming. University of Groningen, IVEM, Centre for Energy and Environmental Studies, The Netherlands. (Full text)

Cheung, W.W.L. 2007. Vulnerability of marine fishes to fishing: from global overview to the Northern South China Sea. PhD dissertation. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 354 p. (Full text)

Basseri, E.M. 2007. Depletion-safe tuna: Has the UNCLOS tribunal usurped its members’ democracy? ExpressO. (Full text)

Harris, P. 2007. High seas and marine protected areas. GIS analysis of seafloor geomorphology exposes conservation concerns. AusGeo News 86. (Full text)

McCrimmon, D.R. 2007. Leveraging PACOM theater security cooperation for a stronger U.S. role in Oceania’s maritime security. Joint Military Operations Department Naval War College, Newport, USA. (Full text)

Morissette, L. 2007. Complexity, cost and quality of ecosystem models and their impact on resilience: a comparative analysis, with emphasis on marine mammals and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 260 p. (Full text)

Perry, I.R. and Sumaila, U.R. 2006. Marine ecosystem variability and human community responses: the example of Ghana, West Africa. Fisheries Centre Working Paper Series, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Preikshot, D.B. 2007. The influence of geographic scale, climate and trophic dynamics upon North Pacific oceanic ecosystem models. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 208 p. (Full text)

Trujillo, P. 2007. A global analysis of the sustainability of marine aquaculture. Master Thesis, Department of Resource Management and Environmental Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 127 p. (Full text)

Wood, L. 2007. The global network of marine protected areas: developing baselines and identifying priorities. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 171 p. (Full text)

2006

Gelchu, A. 2006. Growth and distribution of port-based global fishing effort within countries EEZs. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 162 p. (Full text)

Khan, A.S. 2006. Sustainability challenges in the geoduck clam fishery of British Columbia: Policy perspectives. Fisheries Centre Working Paper Series, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Libralato, S., Coll, M., Tudela, S., Palomera, I. and Pranovi, F. 2006. Quantifying effects of fishing on marine trophic webs. Fisheries Centre Working Paper Series 24, 1-48, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

McWhinnie, S.F. 2006. Management issues in the fisheries commons. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 79 p. (Full text)

MPA News. 2006. Examining the role of MPAs in ecosystem-based management, and vice versa: Five examples. PA News 8(4), October 2006. (Full text)

2005

Freire, K. 2005. Fishing impacts on marine ecosystems off Brazil with emphasis on the northeastern region. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. (Full text)

Hunter, A. (2005) A multiple regression model for predicting the energy requirements of marine mammals. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, 300 p. (Full text)

Karpouzi, V.S. 2005. Modelling and mapping trophic overlap between fisheries and the world’s seabirds. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 150 p. (Full text)

Sumaila, U.R., Alder, J. and Martin-Smith, K.M. 2005. Global scope and economics of illegal fishing. Fisheries Centre Working Paper Series 2005-02, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (Full text)

2004

Bhathal, B. 2004. Historical reconstruction of Indian marine fisheries catches, 1950-2000, as basis for testing the ‘marine trophic index’. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 130 p. (Full text)

Kaschner, K. 2004. Modelling and mapping resource overlap between marine mammals and fisheries on a global scale. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 225 p. (Full text)

Swartz, W.K. 2004. Global maps of the growth of Japanese fisheries and fish consumption. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 67 p.

2002

Beattie, A. 2002. Optimal size and placement of marine protected areas. MSc thesis, Resource Management and Environmental Studies, University of British Columbia, 159 p.