Recent Submissions

  • Examining the impact of CITES listing of sharks and rays in Southeast Asian fisheries 

    Friedman, Kim; Gabriel, S.; Abe, O.; Adnan Nuruddin, A.; Ali, A.; Bidin Raja Hassan, R.; Cadrin, S. X.; Cornish, A.; De Meulenaer, T.; Dharmadi; Fahmi; Huu Tuan Anh, L.; Kachelriess, D.; Kissol, L.; Krajangdara, T.; Rahman Wahab, A.; Tanoue, W.; Tharith, C.; Torres, F.; Wanchana, Worawit; Win, S.; Yokawa, K.; Ye, Y. (Wiley, 2018-07)
    CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) aims to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. However, measuring ...
  • SEAFDEC support to aquaculture programmes in southeast Asian countries 

    Ekmaharaj, Siri (FAO, 2008)
    An overview is provided of the current status of aquaculture production in Southeast Asia, considering in particular SEAFDEC support to aquaculture programmes in Southeast Asia. The plan of action for aquaculture activities, ...
  • Some institutional implications of an ecosystems approach to capture fisheries management 

    Torell, Magnus (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
    An ecosystems approach to capture fisheries management has some practical implications for institutions. The goal should be to achieve, at the local or sub-regional level, an integration of fisheries and habitat management. ...