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  • Brunn, Henrik; Hukkinen, Janne; Eklund, Erland (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    The method of constructing scenarios is neither straightforward nor unproblematic. We propose first of all the term epistemic closure for representing the necessary methodological limitations of scenario construction. W ...
  • Garcia-Martinez, S.; Nichols, W.J. (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    Sea turtles have historically been a primary resource for many of the coastal inhabitants of Bahia Magdalena, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Despite their endangered status and the implementation in 1990 of Mexican laws p ...
  • Robbins, William G. (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    For more than a century, politicians, newspaper editors, tate and federal fisheries managers, and their various constituencies with an interest in salmon have complained,lobbied and petitioned, sought legislative relief, ...
  • Larkin, Sherry L.; Milon, J. Walter (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    The Florida spiny lobster trap certificate program (TCP) is one of the oldest U.S. fisheries programs involving tradable effort permits. Under the TCP, fishers must own a certificate (and pay an associated annual fee) f ...
  • Charles, Anthony T. (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    This paper provides an overview of use rights, that sanction fishers, fisher groups and fishing communities to access and use fishery resources. The paper first reviews the various forms of use rights, ranging from acce ...
  • Jahan, Khondker Murshed-e; Abdullah, Nik Mustapha R.; Viswanathan, K. Kuperan (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 2001)
    Fisheries co-management starts with the premise that stakeholders have the innate capacity to improve resource condition as well as the welfare of the society. If this is true, there is a need for rapid and substantial ...

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