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Editorial board and Aims and scope
Participatory methodology used for sea urchin co-management in Barbados
Mahon, R.; Almerigi, S.; McConney, P.; Parker, C.; Brewster, L.
Ecosystem services of the tropical seascape: interactions, substitutions and restoration
Moberg, F.; Ronnback, P.
Qualitative risk assessment of the effects of shellfish farming on the environment in Tasmania, Australia
Lessons learned from 'decentralized' ICM: an analysis of Canada's Atlantic Coastal Action Program and China's Xiamen ICM Program
McCleave, J.; Xiongzhi, X.; Huasheng, H.
Contemporary challenges: globalisation, global interconnectedness and that 'there are not plenty more fish in the sea'. - Fisheries, Governance and globalisation: is there a relationship?
Bycatch mitigation tools: selecting fisheries, setting limits, and modifying gear
Physical impacts of four-wheel drive related tourism and recreation in a semi-arid, natural coastal environment
An evaluation of the relative risks of infectious salmon anaemia transmission associated with different salmon harvesting methods in Scotland
Munro, P.D.; Murray, A.G.; Fraser, D.I.; Peeler, E.J.
Challenges of coastal area management in coastal developing countries-lessons from the proposed Rufiji delta prawn farming project, Tanzania
Sustainability of wilderness sea kayaking in the Bay of Fundy, Canada
Oxley, A.C.I.; Brown, R.D.
The tyranny of the past: why local histories matter in the South African fisheries
van Sittert, L.
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