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Overfishing, uncertainty, and ocean governance : Lord Perry's question revisited


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Nevill, Charles Jonathan 2009 , 'Overfishing, uncertainty, and ocean governance : Lord Perry's question revisited', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Item Type: Thesis - PhD
Authors/Creators:Nevill, Charles Jonathan
Keywords: Overfishing, Fishery management, Aquatic resources, Sustainable fisheries, Biodiversity conservation
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Available for use in the Library and copying in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968, as amended. Thesis (PhD)--University of Tasmania, 2009. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Introduction -- Part One: a global perspective. 2. Threats to marine biodiversity -- 3. Ethics, fisheries, and marine protected areas -- 4. Evolution of fisheries governance paradigms -- 5. Core 'approaches' in international agreements -- 6. Uncertainty in fisheries management: sources and consequences -- Part Two: case studies. 7. The precautionary principle in fisheries: assessment benchmarks -- 8. Ecologically based fisheries management: assessment benchmarks -- 9. Active adaptive management in fisheries: assessment benchmarks -- 10. Benchmark appraisal: CCAMLR's krill fishery -- 11. Benchmark appraisal: Australia's northern prawn trawl fishery -- 12. Benchmark appraisal: Australia's orange roughy trawl fishery -- 13. Benchmark appraisal: South Australia's abalone fishery -- 14. Benchmark appraisal: Western Rock Lobster fishery, WA -- 15. Benchmark appraisal: Victorian recreational spearfishing -- 16. Benchmark appraisal: Tasmanian recreational gillnetting -- Part Three: discussion, conclusions and recommendations. 17. Case studies discussion -- 18. Policy implementation failure in Australian marine resource management -- 19. Conclusion and recommendations

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