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ix, 83 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
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xxvi, 399 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm.
This book presents multi-level approaches to the problem of unsustainable fisheries and provides potential solutions to address it. It discusses the importance of fisheries from a global perspective, describes current fisheries failings, and provides recommendations for more sustainable practices (e.g., food and livelihood security, interdisciplinary approaches, ecosystem-based and community-based management, governance reforms, reduced capacity, and accountability).
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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xix, 332 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
  • I. Introduction.Chapter 1. A Brief History of Fisheries Management.O. Defeo, T. McClanahan and J.C. Castilla.Fishery Science and Management.The Theory: Assessing and Managing Fisheries Systems.Single Stocks.Multispecies.Fishery Research Agenda: Edge Issues for the 21st Century.Spatial Considerations: Closed Areas and Habitat Protection.Ecosystem-based approaches.Reference Points, Fishery Indicators, and the Precautionary Approach.Adaptive and Experimental Management.The Limits to Science: When Management Fails.Western Technocratic Models: Abuse and Misuse.The Forgotten Social Side of Management and Attitudes.Institutional Structures, Societal Participatory Roles, and Co-management.Summary.References.II. Small-scale and Artisanal Fisheries.Chapter 2. Successes, Lessons, and Projections from Experience in Marine Benthic Invertebrate Artisanal Fisheries in Chile.Juan C. Castilla, Stefan Gelcich, and O. Defeo.Introduction.Chilean Benthic Artisanal Fisheries.Pre-policy Stage.Policy Process.Pre-development Phase.Development Phase.Maturation Phase.Problems with MEABR policy.Discussion.Perspectives for the Future.Ecosystem Management.Marine Protected Area Network.Conclusions.References.Chapter 3. From Crisis to Institutional Sustainability in the Chilean Sea Urchin Fishery.Carlos Moreno, Alejandro Zuleta, Ana Parma, and Lobo Orensanz.Introduction.The System.Chilean Fisheries: Political Jurisdiction and Management Institutions.Access regimes.Southern Chile: a Geographic Labyrinth.The Chilean Sea Urchin.The Sea Urchin Fishery of Regions X-XI.Fleet and Fishing Operations.Social Matrix.Historical Trends and Stages in Development.Management and Scientific Advice before 2001.The Dynamics of Depletion and Recovery.A Quest for Alternative Models.Social Turmoil, Political Complexities, and Prospects.The "Contiguous Zones" Conflict.Participatory Management.Revamping the Monitoring and Knowledge Support.New Challenges.Summary.References.Chapter 4. Achievements and Setbacks in the Commercial Diving Fishery of San Jose Gulf, Argentine Patagonia.Lobo Orensanz, Ana Parma, Nestor Ciocco and Ana Cinti.Introduction.Settings. The Gulfs of Northern Argentine Patagonia. A Sensitive Region for Marine Conservation. The Tehuelche Scallop.Achievements, Setbacks, and Prospects.Round 1: Boom and Bust of the San Matias Gulf Scallop Fishery (1968-1972).Round 2: Dredging to Commercial Diving (the 1970s).Round 3: No Controls or Incentives (the 1980s and 1990s).Round 4: Recovery, Participatory Management, and Incentives (2000-2004).Round 5: New Challenges (2005-?).Summary.References.Chapter 5. Evolution and Lessons from Fisheries and Coastal Management in the Philippines.Alan T. White, Edgardo Gomez, Angel C. Alcala, and Garry Russ.Introduction. Evolution of Coastal and Fisheries Management. Legal and Policy Framework Supporting Decentralization.Contribution of Community-Based Marine Protected Areas. Case I: Supporting Fisheries at Apo and Sumilon Islands. Affects on Fish Biomass. Spillover of Fish. Affects on Fisheries Yields. The Role of the Local Community and Local Government. Case 2: Supporting Fisher Livelihood through Tourism at Gilutongan Island, Cebu. Case 3: Supporting Coral Reef Restoration, Hundred Islands National Park, Luzon.Local Governments and Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Management. A Benchmark System for Local Gov.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405139328 20160528
The world's stocks of wild fish continue to decline, making the task of finding innovative, sustainable and socially acceptable methods of fisheries management more important than ever. Several new approaches from around the world have proved to be successful in stemming the decline whilst increasing fish catches, and under the editorship of McClanahan and Castilla this international team of authors have looked to these examples to provide the reader with carefully chosen case studies offering practical suggestions and solutions for problem fisheries elsewhere. The coverage includes: community based fisheries; collaborative and co-operative fisheries management; coastal fisheries management; and the future for sustainable fisheries management. Written by many of the world's most experienced practitioners "Fisheries Management: Progress Toward Sustainability" is an important purchase for all fisheries scientists, managers and conservationists. All libraries in universities and research establishments where this area is studied and taught will find this book a valuable addition to their shelves.
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xvi, 164 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Fluctuations and declines in marine fish populations have caused growing concern among marine scientists, fisheries managers, commercial and recreational fishers, and the public. "Sustaining Marine Fisheries" explores the nature of marine ecosystems and the complex interacting factors that shape their productivity. The book documents the condition of marine fisheries today, highlighting species and geographic areas that are under particular stress. Challenges to achieving sustainability are discussed, and shortcomings of existing fisheries management and regulation are examined. The volume calls for fisheries management to adopt a broader ecosystem perspective that encompasses all relevant environmental and human influences. "Sustaining Marine Fisheries" offers new approaches to building workable fisheries management institutions, improving scientific data, and developing management tools. The book recommends ways to change current practices that encourage overexploitation of fish resources. It will be of special interest to marine policymakers and ecologists, fisheries regulators and managers, fisheries scientists and marine ecologists, fishers, and concerned individuals.
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xiv, 370 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Series Foreword. Preface and Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part I: The Fishery System: Structure and Dynamics. 1 Fishery Systems. 2 The Natural System. 3 The Human System. 4 The Management System: Policy and Planning. 5 Fishery Management. 6 Fishery Development. 7 Fishery Research. 8 Dynamics of the Fishery System. 9 Case Studies of Fishery Systems. Part II: Toward Sustainable Fishery Systems. 10 Sustainability in Fishery Systems. 11 Uncertainty and the Precautionary Approach. 12 Complexity, Diversity and the Ecosystem Approach. 13 Fishery Conflicts and the Co-management Approach. 14 Rights in Fishery Systems. 15 Resilient Fishery Systems and Robust Management. Appendix: Integrated Biosocioeconomic Analysis of Fishery Systems. References. Index.
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This book provides a comprehensive attempt to adopt an 'integrated' interdisciplinary approach to the study of fisheries. Fisheries are discussed as holistic 'systems', with emphasis on their structure, operation and dynamics. The book's interdisciplinary approach is applied to an analysis of problems faced in pursuing 'sustainable fisheries', with emphasis on six dominant themes: sustainability, uncertainty, complexity, conflict, fishing rights and the nature of management. Within this discussion, several major directions in current fishery thinking are explored, notably the precautionary approach, the ecosystem approach, co-management, and robust management for resilient fisheries.
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xxii, 86 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.
Following the introductory section (Section 1), Section 2 of this paper profiles the wide range of environmental certification and trade initiatives, including certification and claims made about environmental sustainability used in the marketing of seafood and fish products. Section 3 then provides some discussion of the benefits of certification to different stakeholder groups, and the constraints to greater uptake in developing countries. In particular, it considers the extent to which schemes might be viewed as being 'successful' in terms of realizing different benefits. The section concludes with some 'crystal-ball gazing' about the future prospects for certification, based on experiences in recent years. Section 4 discusses some possible solutions as to ways of increasing certification in developing countries. A final section (Section 5) provides some conclusions about certification, and some recommendations for future UNEP activities in relation to certification and eco-labeling.
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724 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
  • NEEDS AND VALUES FOR SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES Setting the Stage for Sustainable Pacific Salmon Fisheries Strategy, E.E. Knudsen, D.D. MacDonald, and C.R. Steward The Needs of Salmon and Steelhead in Balancing Their Conservation and Use, C.V. Burger Science and Management in Sustainable Salmonid Fisheries: The Ball is Not in Our Court, G.F. Hartman, C. Groot, and T. G. Northcote The Importance of "Stock" Conservation Definitions to the Concept of Sustainable Fisheries, K.D. Hyatt and B.E. Riddell The Elements of Alaska's Sustainable Fisheries, F. Ulmer Review of Salmon Management in British Columbia: What Has the Past Taught Us? D.W. Narver Aboriginal Fishing Rights and Salmon Management in British Colombia: Matching Historical Justice with the Public Interest, P. Copes STOCK STATUS The Status of Anadromous Salmonids: Lessons in Our Search for Sustainability, J.E. Williams Endangered Species Act Review of the Status of Pink Salmon From Washington, Oregon, and California, J.J. Hard, R.G. Kope, and W.S. Grant Review of the Status of Coho Salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California, L. Weitkamp, T.C. Wainwright, G.J. Byrant, D.J. Teel, and R.G. Kope Status Review of Steelhead from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California, P.J. Busby, T.C. Wainwright, and G.J. Bryant Status and Distribution of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Interior Columbia River Basin and Portions of the Klamath River Basin, R.F. Thurow, D.C. Lee, and B.E. Rieman Status and Stewardship of Salmon Stocks in Southeast Alaska, B.W. Van Alen Kamchatka Steelhead: Population Trends and Life History Variation, K.A. Savvaitova, K.V. Kuzischin, and S.V. Maximov EXISTING MANAGEMENT International Management of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, J.C. Woodey The History and Status of Pacific Northwest Chinook and Coho Salmon Ocean Fisheries and Prospects for Sustainability, G.S. Morishima and K.A. Henry Managing Pacific Salmon Escapements: The Gaps Between Theory and Reality, E.E. Knudsen Research Programs and Stock Status for Salmon in Three Transboundary Rivers: the Stikine, Taku, and Alsek, K. Jensen HABITAT ASSESSMENT The Effects of Forest Harvesting, Fishing, Climate Variation, and Ocean Conditions on Salmonid Populations of Carnation Creek, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, P.J. Tschaplinski Habitat Assessment in Coastal Basins in Oregon: Implications for Coho Salmon Production and Habitat Restoration, K.K. Jones and K.M.S. Moore An Overview Assessment of Compensation and Mitigation Techniques Used to Assist Fish Habitat Management in British Columbia Estuaries, C.D. Levings Human Population Growth and Sustainability of Urban Salmonid Streams in the Lower Fraser Valley, O.E. Langer, F. Hietkamp, and M. Farrell ARTIFICIAL PRODUCTION Minimizing Ecological Impacts of Hatchery-Reared Juvenile Steelhead on Wild Salmonids in a Yakima Basin Watershed, G.A. McMichael, T.N. Pearsons, and S.A. Leider Economic Feasibility of Salmon Enhancement Propagation Programs, H.D. Radtke and S. W. Davis The New Order in Global Salmon Markets and Aquaculture Development: Implications for Watershed-Based Management in the Pacific Northwest, G. Sylvia, J.L. Anderson, and E. Hanson Alaska Ocean Ranching Contributions to Sustainable Fisheries, W.W. Smoker, B.A. Bachen, G. Freitag, H.J. Geiger, and T.J. Linley MODELING APPROACHES The Proportional Migration Selective Fishery Model, P. W. Lawson and R.M. Comstock A Simulation Model to Assess Management and Allocation Alternative in Multi-Stock Pacific Salmon Fisheries, N.J. Sands and J. Hartman Defining Equivalent Exploitation Rate Reduction Policies for Endangered Salmons and Stocks, J.G. Norris Decadel Climate Cycles and Declining Columbia River Salmon, J.J. Anderson The Effect of Environmentally Driven Recruitment Variation on Sustainable Yield From Salmon Populations, S.P. Cramer Using Photosynthetic Rates to Estimate the Juvenile Sockeye Salmon Rearing Capacity of British Columbia Lakes, K.S. Shortreed, J.M.B. Hume, and J.G. Stockner HABITAT PROTECTION AND RESTORATION Protecting and Restoring the Habitats of Anadromous Salmonids in the Lake Washington Watershed, an Urbanizing Ecosystem, K.L. Fresh and G. Luchetti Rehabilitating Stream Channels Using Large Woody Debris with Considerations for Salmonid Life History and Fluvial Geomorphic Processes, L.G. Domingues and C.J. Cederholm Development of Options for the Reintroduction and Restoration of Chinook Salmon into Panther Creek, Idaho, D.W. Reiser, M.P. Ramey, and P. Devries Effectiveness of Current Anadromous Fish Habitat Protection Procedures for the Tongass National Forest, Alaska, C.H. Casipit, J. Kershner, T. Faris, S. Kessler, S. Paustian, L. Shea, M. Copenhagen, M. Bryant, and R. Aho Using Watershed Analysis to Plan and Evaluate Habitat Restoration, N.B. Armantrout Watershed Restoration in Deer Creek, Washington - A Ten-Year Review, J.E. Doyle, G. Movassaghi, M. Fischer, and R. Nichols Integrating History into the Restoration of Coho Salmon in Siuslaw River, Oregon, M. Booker TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY Community Education and Cooperation Determine Success in Watershed Restoration: The Asotin Creek Model Watershed Plan, A. Thiessen and L. Vane Spring-Run Chinook Salmon Work Group: A Cooperative Approach to Watershed Management in California, N. Bingham and A. Harthtorne Creating Incentives for Salmon Conservation, R.M. Fujita and T. Foran Long-Term Sustainable Monitoring of Pacific Salmon Populations Using Fishwheels to Integrate Harvesting, Management and Research, M.R. Link and K.K. English Sanctuaries for Pacific Salmon, J.A. Lichatowich, G.R. Rahr, III, S.M. Whidden, and C.R. Steward One Northwest Community - People, Salmon, Rivers, and the Sea: Towards Sustainable Fisheries, D.D. MacDonald, C.R .Steward, and E.R. Knudsen INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566704809 20160528
What has happened to the salmon resource in the Pacific Northwest? Who is responsible and what can be done to reverse the decline in salmon populations? The responsibly falls on everyone involved - fishermen, resource managers and concerned citizens alike - to take the steps necessary to ensure that salmon populations make a full recovery. This collection of papers examines the state of the salmon fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. They cover existing methods and supply model approaches for alternative solutions. The editors stress the importance of input from and cooperation with all parties involved to create a viable solution. Grass roots education and participation is the key to public support - and ultimately the success - of whatever management solutions are developed.A unique and valuable scientific publication, "Sustainable Fisheries Management: Pacific Salmon" clearly articulates the current state of the Pacific salmon resource, describes the key features of its management, and provides important guidance on how we can make the transition towards sustainable fisheries. The solutions presented in this book provide the basis of a strategy for sustainable fisheries, requiring society and governmental agencies to establish a shared vision, common policies, and a process for collaborative management.
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xviii, 395 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xii, 273 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Preface Introduction PART I. GOVERNMENT REGULATION 1. Global Over-Fishing and New Regulatory Regimes 2. Successes and Failures in the Regulation of American Fisheries PART II. THE INDUSTRY 3. Salmon Fishing: From Open Access to Limited Entry 4. King Crabbing: Catch Limits and Price Setting 5. Bottom Fishing: Quotas and Sustainability PART III. CHANGING THE FOOD CHAIN 6. The Companies: Controlling Food Chains 7. Reaching Consumers: From Processing to Retailing Conclusion Appendix: The Top-Ten U.S. Seafood Suppliers, 1999-2006, with Sales List of Abbreviations Notes Bibliographic Essay Index Acknowledgments.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812243932 20160609
In the spring of 2007, National Geographic warned, "The oceans are in deep blue trouble. From the northernmost reaches of the Greenland Sea to the swirl of the Antarctic Circle, we are gutting our seas of fish." There were legitimate grounds for concern. After increasing more than fourfold between 1950 and 1994, the global wild fish catch reached a plateau and stagnated despite exponential growth in the fishing industry. As numerous scientific reports showed, many fish stocks around the world collapsed, creating a genuine global overfishing crisis. Making Seafood Sustainable analyzes the ramifications of overfishing for the United States by investigating how fishers, seafood processors, retailers, government officials, and others have worked together to respond to the crisis. Historian Mansel G. Blackford examines how these players took steps to make fishing in some American waters, especially in Alaskan waters, sustainable. Critical to these efforts, Blackford argues, has been government and industry collaboration in formulating and enforcing regulations. What can be learned from these successful experiences? Are they applicable elsewhere? What are the drawbacks? Making Seafood Sustainable addresses these questions and suggests that sustainable seafood management can be made to work. The economic and social costs incurred in achieving sustainable resource usage are significant, but there are ways to mitigate them. More broadly, this study illustrates ways to manage commonly held natural resources around the world-land, water, oil, and so on-in sustainable ways.
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268 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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x, 382 p. ; 24 cm.
This text considers how to develop an international environmental regime that represents a consensus of most world peoples so that its rules will be obeyed; which allows for sufficient variance from universal norms so as not to disadvantage indigenous peoples and other small-holders; which illustrates how to properly use science to provide the basis of a sustainable whaling regime; and which demonstrates sufficient civility in negotiation to promote co-operation on other, perhaps more important, environmental issues.
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xi, 223 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction-- Biological units in fishery management-- Marine genetic resources and sustainable fisheries-- Framework for conservation and management of genetic resources of marine fish-- Freshwater fish genetic resources and conservation approaches-- Genome manipulation in fishery management-- Gene transfer in fisheries-- Genetic factors in production-- Introgressive hybridization of introduced peled with the native whitefish-- Microsatellite DNA markers for monitoring genetic change in hatchery stock for release and net-cage culture of red sea bream.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780852382639 20160528
Recent years have witnessed a surge of interest in the application of the principles of genetics to conservation and the sustainable management of fish resources. The realization of the genetic basis of many fisheries management problems is growing, at a time when the world catch from fisheries is approaching the maximum sustainable level and all levels of biodiversity are threatened. Based on scientific information on tropical and temperate ecosystems and their fish resources, this work aims to provide a detailed account of the genetic profiles of different fish populations, molecular genetic marking techniques, factors affecting genetic diversity, and genetic manipulation techniques. The book sets out to apply conservation and biotechnology to protect natural fish populations and wild fish gene pools, while addressing the issues concerning biosafety and sustainable management.
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1 online resource (xii, 202 pages) : illustrations, maps (some color).
  • Preface: How can we increase the production and harvest of living marine resources in the new millennium? Bridging potentials and environmental constraints-- O. Vadstein, Y. Olsen. In Memorandum: Arne Jensen (1926 2000). MARICULT Research Programme: Background, status and main conclusions-- Y. Olsen. Session 1: Marine Productivity and the Underlying Fundamental Mechanisms. Pelagic food web configurations at different levels of nutrient richness and their implications for the ratio fish production: primary production-- U. Sommer, et al. The importance of silica for marine production-- S. Kristiansen, E.E. Hoell. Silicate availability, vertical mixing and grazing control of phytoplankton blooms in mesocosms-- V. Escarvage, T.C. Prins. The influence of turbidity on growth and survival of fish larvae a numerical analysis-- O. Fiksen, et al. Grid-generated turbulence in a mesocosm experiment-- S. Nerheim, et al. Micro- and mesozooplankton response to enhanced nutrient input A mesocosm study-- I. Gismervik, et al. Session 2: New Concepts of Mariculture and Harvesting. European mussel cultivation along the Atlantic coast production status, problems and perspectives-- A.C. Smaal. Effect of nutrient supply on growth of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) in a landlocked bay-- G. Oie, et al. Response on scallop culture to enhanced nutrient supply by experimental fertilisation of a landlocked bay-- K.I. Reitan, et al. Coastal upwelling, primary production and mussel growth in the Rias Baizxas of Galicia-- F.G. Figueiras, et al. Session 3: Nutrient Supply, Production and Environmental Impact of Open Marine Systems. Effects of the large-scale uncontrolled fertilisation process along the continental coastal North Sea-- F. Colijn, etal. Littoral macrofauna (secondary) responses to experimental nutrient addition to rocky shore mesocosms and a coastal lagoon-- P. Kraufvelin, et al. Are rocky shore ecosystems affected by nutrient enriched seawater? Some preliminary results from a mesocosm experiment-- T.L. Bokn, et al. Production enhancement by artificial upwelling A simulation study-- J. Berntsen, et al. Controlled artificial upwelling in a fjord using a submerged fresh water discharge: computer and laboratory simulations-- T. McClimans, et al.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402011184 20160613
How can we increase the production and harvest of living marine resources in the new millennium? This book looks at this question.
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  • The problems. International regulation
  • The political economy of regulation
  • Regulatory capture
  • The cultures of fishing regulation
  • Subsidies and fishing capacity
  • Economic development
  • Proposed solutions. A global fisheries organization
  • Individual transferable quotas
  • International tradable permits
  • Conclusion.
The Earth's oceans are overfished, despite more than fifty years of cooperation among the world's fishing nations. There are too many boats chasing too few fish. In Saving Global Fisheries, J. Samuel Barkin and Elizabeth DeSombre analyze the problem of overfishing and offer a provocative proposal for a global regulatory and policy approach. Existing patterns of international fisheries management try to limit the number of fish that can be caught while governments simultaneously subsidize increased fishing capacity, focusing on fisheries as an industry to be developed rather than on fish as a resource to be conserved. Regionally based international management means that protection in one area simply shifts fishing efforts to other species or regions. Barkin and DeSombre argue that global rather than regional regulation is necessary for successful fisheries management and emphasize the need to reduce subsidies. They propose an international system of individual transferable quotas that would give holders of permits an interest in the long-term health of fish stocks and help create a sustainable level of fishing capacity globally.
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  • pt. 1. Sustainable development and sustainable fisheries. Sustainable development : what is it and what is beyond it? / Henry A. Regier
  • Ecological and socioeconomic factors influencing fisheries sustainability / Daniel B. Hayes, William W. Taylor, and Katherine Smith
  • pt. 2. Key issues facing sustainable fisheries in North America. Chasing too few fish : addressing the core constraints of human population expansion on environmental sustainability / Robert Engelman
  • Constraints on sustainable marine fisheries in the United States : a look at the record / John A. Musick and Julia K. Ellis
  • Oversimplified habitats and oversimplified solutions in our search for sustainable freshwater fisheries / Jack E. Williams and Cindy Deacon Williams
  • The implications of aquaculture production and development on sustainable fisheries / Christine M. Moffitt
  • Preventing, controlling, and managing alien species introduction for the health of aquatic and marine ecosystems / Cathleen I. Short, Sharon K. Gross, and Dean Wilkinson
  • Natural climate insurance for Pacific Northwest salmon and salmon fisheries: finding our way through the entangled bank / Nathan Mangua and Robert C. Francis
  • pt. 3. Strategies for achieving fisheries sustainability. Economic principles of sustainable multi-use fisheries management, with a case history economic model for pacific halibut / Keith R. Criddle
  • Opening the lost valley: implimenting a "back to the future" restoration policy for marine ecosystems and their fisheries / Tony J. Pitcher ... [et al.]
  • Sustaining salmonid populations: a caring understanding of naturalness of taxa / Jennifer L. Nielsen and Henry A. Regier
  • Hatcheries as tools to support sustainable fisheries resources / Eric M. Hallerman
  • Cumulative effects assessment and management in the Northwest Territories: challenges and opportunities for supporting long-term sustainability / David Livingstone
  • Fostering aquatic stewardship: a key for fisheries sustainability / Barbara A. Knuth and William F. Siemer
  • Elevating social concerns for sustainability in fisheries and aquatic resource management / Paul Pajak
  • Toward fisheries sustainability in North America: issues, challenges, and strategies for action / Donald D. MacDonald and E. Eric Knudsen.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xv, 506 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
  • Contributors.Preface.1. Introduction: PingSun Leung, Cheng-Sheng Lee, and Patricia J. O'Bryen.Section 1: Principles.2. Sustainable Aquaculture: What Does It Mean and how Do We Get there?: James L. Anderson.3. Policies and the Role of Government in Achieving Aquaculture Development: Colin E. Nash and William T. Fairgrieve.4. A Review of Comparative Advantage Assessment Approaches in Relation to Aquaculture Development: Junning Cai and PingSun Leung.5. The Environment and the Selection of Aquaculture Species and Systems: An Economic Analysis: Clem Tisdell.6. Investment and Farm Modeling: Carole R. Engle.Section 2: Practices.7. The Role of Species and Systems in the Development and Growth of Aquaculture in Asia: Needs and Prospects: Mahfuzuddin Ahmed, Madan Mohan Dey, and Yolanda T. Garcia.8. Aquaculture in Africa: Reasons for Failures and Ingredients for Success: Nathanael Hishamunda.9. Aquaculture in the U.S. Affiliated Pacific Islands: A Case Study of Robert Reimers Enterprises: C.L. Cheshire.10. Aquaculture in China: Xiang-guo Zhang.11. Achievements and Problems of Aquaculture in Japan: Masahiko Ariji, Yoshihito Senda, and Atsushi Takahara.12. Taiwanese Aquaculture at the Crossroad: I Chiu Liao and Nai-Hsien Chao.13. The Evolutionary Role of Federal Policies and Actions to Support the Sustainable Development of Aquaculture in the United States: Gary L. Jensen.14. Hawaii Aquaculture Development: Twenty-Five Years and Counting, Lessons Learned: John S. Corbin.15. Socioeconomic Aspects of Species and System Selection for Sustainable Aquaculture Development in Mexico: Historic Overview and Current General Trends: Francisco J. Martinez-Cordero.Section 3: Species-Specific Public Policy for Sustainable Development.16. Public Policies for Sustainable Development of Shrimp Aquaculture in Taiwan: David S. Liao.17. Shrimp Culture and Public Policy for Sustainable Development in Thailand: Ruangrai Tokrisna.18. Development Trends and Future Prospects of Shrimp Culture in China: Weimin Miao and Yongming Yuan.19. The Development and Sustainability of Shrimp Culture in Viet Nam: Quyen Le Cao.20. Sustainable Development of Eel Aquaculture Industries in Taiwan and Mainland China: Yu-Hui Chen, Wu-Chang Lee, and I Chiu Liao.21. Species-Specific Public Policy for Sustainable Development: The U.S. Catfish Industry: Carole R. Engle.22. Issues Related to Sustainable Farming of Catfish (Pangasius spp.) in Viet Nam: Le Xuan Sinh.23. Public Policy for Sustainable Development of Milkfish (Chanos chanos) Aquaculture in Indonesia: Ketut Sugama.24. Genetics-Based Technologies for Sustainable Development in Philippine Aquaculture: The Case of Tilapia: Ruben C. Sevilleja.25. The Carp Farming Industry in China - An Overview: Weimin Miao and Xinhua Yuan.26. Carp Farming in Central and Eastern Europe and a Case Study in Multifunctional Aquaculture: Istvan Szucs, Laszlo Stundi, and Laszlo Varadi.27. Salmon Farming Development in Chile: History, Policies, and Development Strategies: Carlos F. Wurmann.28. Evaluation of the Sea Bass and Sea Bream Industry in the Mediterranean, with Emphasis on Turkey: Ferit Rad.29. Public Policy for Sustainable Grouper Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia: Robert Pomeroy.30. Discussion Summary: "Socioeconomic Aspects of Species and Systems Selection for Sustainable Aquaculture": Patricia J. O'Bryen and Cheng-Sheng Lee.
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This is published in co-operation with The United States Aquaculture Society. As aquaculture production continues to grow and develop there is a continuous search for new species to culture to be able to fully exploit new national and international markets. Species selection for aquaculture development often poses an enormous challenge for decision makers who must decide which species and culture technologies to support with public resources, and then how best to divide those resources. "Species and System Selection for Sustainable Aquaculture" brings together contributions from international experts with experience in identifying potential species and production systems for sustainable aquaculture with a socioeconomic focus.This book is divided into three sections: Principles, Practices, and Species-Specific Public Policy for Sustainable Development. An outgrowth of a workshop held as part of the Aquaculture Interchange Program with examples from around the globe carefully edited by PingSun Leung, Pat O'Bryen, and Cheng-Sheng Lee, this volume will be an important reference for all researchers, professionals, economists, and policy-makers involved in selecting new species for the development of sustainable aquaculture.
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  • Ecosystem management for sustainable marine fisheries / Harold A. Mooney
  • Traditional ecological knowledge and ecosystem sustainability : new meaning to Asian coastal proverbs / John Kurien
  • Large-scale disturbance and the structure of marine systems : fishery impacts on Georges Bank / Michael J. Fogarty and Steven A. Murawski
  • Environmental variability effects on marine fisheries : four case histories / E.E. Hofmann and T.M. Powell
  • Regime shifts in marine ecosystems / John H. Steele
  • Implications of harmful microalgae and heterotrophic dinoflagellates in management of sustainable marine fisheries / Joann M. Burkholder
  • Ecological footprint concept for sustainable seafood production : a review / Carl Folke ... [et al.]
  • Implementing the precautionary principle in fisheries management through marine reserves / Tim Lauck ... [et al.]
  • Marine reserves are necessary but not sufficient for marine conservation / Gary W. Allison, Jane Lubchenco, and Mark H. Carr
  • Potential role of mass balance models for the management of upwelling ecosystems / Astrid Jarre-Teichmann
  • Changes in models of aquatic ecosystems approaching carrying capacity / Villy Christensen and Daniel Pauly
  • Integrated coastal zone and fisheries ecosystem management : generic goals and performance indices / T.J. Done and R.E. Reichelt
  • Genetics, metapopulations, and ecosystem management of fisheries / David Policansky and John J. Magnuson
  • Small-scale benthic fisheries in Chile : on co-management and sustainable use of benthic invertebrates / Juan C. Castilla and Miriam Fernandez
  • Effects of individual quota systems on New Zealand and British Columbia fisheries / Christopher M. Dewees
  • Innovative approaches for fostering conservation in marine fisheries / Rodney M. Fujita, Tira Foran, and Ianthe Zevos
  • Ecological fisheries management using individual transferable share quotas / Ragnar Arnason
  • How to manage fisheries / Jonathan Roughgarden
  • Limits of exploitation : a precautionary approach / R.A. Myers and G. Mertz
  • Institutions for marine ecosystems : economic incentives and fishery management / Susan S. Hanna.
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1 online resource (350 pages).
  • 1 Introduction: Social issues in sustainable fisheries management Julie Urquhart, Tim Acott, David Symes&Minghua Zhao PART I Issues in governance and co-management 2 Finding Solutions: Resilience theory and Europe's small scale fisheries David Symes 3 From boom and bust to local stewardship: a governance benchmark for Celtic sea fisheries management Mike Fitzpatrick 4 The social dimensions of the Common Fisheries Policy: a review of current measures GeorgioGallizioli 5 The unfulfilled promise of integrated management: how policy discourses operate in Annapolis Basin, Canada Kate Bigney Wilner PART II Issues in local ecological knowledge and scientific evidence 6 Stewardship and the recovery of threatened wolffish in East Canadian waters Kathleen Blanchard, Jennifer Dawe& Russell Wall 7 Building bridges among scientists and fishermen with participatory action research Steve Mackinson& Douglas Clyde Kongshoj Wilson PART III Issues in sustaining fisher livelihoods 8 Ghost boats and human freight:The social wellbeing impacts of the salmon ban on Lough Foyle's fishing communities Easkey Britton 9 Fisheries diversification: a case study of French and English fishers in the Channel Richard Morgan, Marie Lesueur& Laura-Mars Henichart 183 10 Area-based local development - a new opportunity for European fisheries areas UrszulaBudzich-Szukala PART IV Issues in gender roles 11 Flemish fishermen's wives: their lives and roles in fisheries KatrienVervaele 12 Women's organisations in fisheries and aquaculture in Europe: history and future propects Katia Frangoudes& Jose J. Pascual-Fernandez 13 Women in English fisheries: roles, contributions, barriers and prospects Minghua Zhao, Marilyn Tyzack, Rodney Anderson &EjirogheneEsteraOnoakpovike PART V Issues in social identity and cultural heritage 14 Sense of place and socio-cultural values in fishing communities along the English Channel Tim Acott& Julie Urquhart 15 Heritage, skills and livelihood: reconstruction and regeneration in a Cornish fishing port Tim Martindale 16 The socio-cultural impact of industry restructuring: fishing identities in northeast Scotland Ruth Williams 17 Perspectives about the sea in the Azores:Respecting narratives that sustain inshore fishing communities Alison L. Neilson, Rosalina Gabriel, Ana MouraArroz&EnesimaMendonca CONCLUSION 18 Towards an understanding of social issues in sustainable fisheries management Tim Acott, Julie Urquhart, Minghua Zhao.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789400779105 20160613
This volume is an interdisciplinary mix of perspectives and studies on social issues in fisheries from a diverse range of case studies and research disciplines. The case is made regarding the dearth of attention to socio-cultural considerations which to date have been largely treated as an externality of fisheries policy. It will be valuable to researchers and decision makers interested in understanding the social dimension of fisheries and provides a timely and relevant compilation of research and analysis on some of the critical socio-cultural issues facing fisheries management and fishing communities today.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789400779105 20160613
Book
xxvii, 450 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
  • Foreword by Achim Steiner Introduction 1. Fisheries Governance, Subsidies and Sustainable Development 2. Fisheries Subsidies and Their Resource Impacts 3. National Experiences with Subsidies, their Impacts and Reform Processes 4. Emergence of an International Issue: History of Fisheries Subsidies in the WTO 5. Four Key Issues at the WTO 6. Conclusion and Way Forward Annexes Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849711357 20160605
The fisheries sector is in crisis. Inappropriate subsidies to the fishing industry are a key factor responsible for worldwide fisheries depletion, overcapitalization and ecosystem degradation. There is an urgent need for an international mechanism to promote the appropriate restructuring of fisheries subsidies in order to create a more sustainable industry. In recent years the leading international forum charged with providing such a mechanism has been the World Trade Organization (WTO). This book explains why and how the reform of fisheries subsidies has become one of the most concrete and potentially successful international efforts to achieve global environmental, economic and developmental policy coherence. It describes the history and current status of the discussions at the WTO, drawing on UNEP's key documents and reflecting on the major issues. Accompanying the book is a CD-Rom containing full-text versions of the most important source material used in the publication. The book is aimed at a broad stakeholder audience, including policymakers in the fields of trade, fisheries, environmental economics and international environmental governance, as well as academics and others looking for an overview of the fisheries subsidies issue and an introduction to its technical components. Published with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
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