Publications

15 (of 15 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Fisheries management clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) reactions to pingers Lotte Kindt-Larsen, Casper Willestofte Berg, Simon Northridge, Finn Larsen
2019
AIS data to inform small scale fisheries management and marine spatial planning Mark Andrew James, Tania Mendo, Esther Lane Jones, Kyla Orr, Ali Mcknight, John Benjamin Thompson
2018
Acoustic monitoring to document the spatial distribution and hotspots of blast fishing in Tanzania Gillian Tracey Braulik, Anja Wittich, Jamie Donald John MacAulay, Magreth Kasuga, Jonathan Charles David Gordon, Tim Davenport, Douglas Michael Gillespie
2017
Addressing uncertainty in marine resource management; combining community engagement and tracking technology to characterize human behavior Kristian Metcalfe, Tim Collins, Kirsten E. Abernethy, Richard Boumba, Jean-Claude Dengui, Ricky Miyalou, Richard J. Parnell, Kate E. Plummer, Debbie JF Russell, Gilbert Koumba Safou, Dominic Tilley, Rachel A. Turner, Hilde Vanleeuwe, Matthew J. Witt, Brendan J. Godley
2017
Identification of high-risk areas for harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena bycatch using remote electronic monitoring and satellite telemetry data Lotte Kindt-Larsen, Casper Willestofte Berg, Jakob Tougaard, Thomas Kirk Sørensen, Kerstin Geitner, Simon Northridge, Signe Sveegaard, Signe Sveegaard, Finn Larsen
2016
Novel application of a quantitative spatial comparison tool to species distribution data Esther Lane Jones, Luke Edward Rendell, Enrico Pirotta, Jed Long
2016
A development of ecological risk screening with an application to fisheries off SW England John Cotter, William Lart, Nathan de Rozarieux, Al Kingston, Richard Caslake, Will Le Quesne, Simon Jennings, Alex Caveen, Mary Brown
2015
Fewer but not smaller schools in declining fish and krill populations Andrew Stuart Brierley, Martin James Cox
2015
Individual seabirds show consistent foraging strategies in response to predictable fisheries discards Samantha C. Patrick, Stuart Bearhop, Thomas W. Bodey, James Grecian
2015
Making modelling count - increasing the contribution of shelf-seas community and ecosystem models to policy development and management K. Hyder, A.G. Rossberg, J.I. Allen, M.C. Austen, R.M. Barciela, H.J. Bannister, P.G. Blackwell, J.L. Blanchard, M.T. Burrows, E. Defriez, T. Dorrington, K.P. Edwards, B. Garcia-Carreras, M.R. Heath, D.J. Hembury, J.J. Heymans, J. Holt, J.E. Houle, S. Jennings, S. Mackinson, S.J. Malcolm, R. McPike, L. Mee, D.K. Mills, C. Montgomery, D. Pearson, J.K. Pinnegar, M. Pollicino, E.E. Popova, L. Rae, S.I. Rogers, D. Speirs, M.A. Spence, R. Thorpe, R.K. Turner, J. van der Molen, A. Yool, David Maxwell Paterson
2015
Competing conservation objectives for predators and prey Martin Krkošek, Trevor A Branch, Stephen Clark, Philip Steven Hammond, Eric Hoyt, Dawn P Noren, David Rosen, Arliss Winship
2011

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