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North Atlantic fisheries: trends, status and management issues
Jeremiah, L.E.; Gibson, L.L.; Symes, D.
Addressing the weakness of high seas fisheries management in the north-west Atlantic
Mullin, W.J.; Emmons, D.B.; Day, D.
The evolution of high-seas fisheries management in the north-east Atlantic
Barbut, S.; Drake, D.; Sen, S.
Fisheries management in Atlantic Canada
Keith, W.D.; Harris, L.J.; Hudson, L.; Griffiths, M.W.; Charles, A.T.
Fisheries management in Iceland
Sablani, S.S.; Ramaswamy, H.S.; Sreekanth, S.; Prasher, S.O.; Danielsson, A.
The European Community's Common Fisheries Policy
What is good for the fishermen, is good for the nation: co-management in the Norwegian fishing industry in the 1990s
Hersoug, B.; Ranes, S.A.
Regions at sea: the administrative region as a base for an alternative fisheries management system for Spain
Giraffa, G.; de Vecchi, P.; Reinheimer, J.; Suarez de Vivero, J.; de Lara, M.F.
Alternative management systems for the UK fishing industry
Oshodi, A.A.; Beames, R.M.; Nakai, S.; Phillipson, J.; Crean, K.
Danish fisheries co-management decision making and alternative management systems
Nielsen, J.R.; Vedsmand, T.; Friis, P.
Conclusion: towards a regionalised management system for the North Atlantic