Additonal Resources from MEAM Webinar on Managing Ecosystems, Managing Fisheries: How do EBM and EBFM Relate? (March 16, 2009)

Sources of good practices on ecosystem-based fisheries management/ecosystem approach to fisheries, as mentioned in the webinar:

Publications on Australian North West Shelf fishery, referenced in the webinar by Kevern Cochrane:

  • Sainsbury, K. J. 1988. The ecological basis of multispecies fisheries, and management of a demersal fishery in tropical Australia. in Fish Population Dynamics (2nd edition), pp 349-382. J. A. Gulland (ed). John Wiley and Sons, London.

  • Sainsbury, K. J., R. A. Campbell and W. W. Whitelaw. 1993. Effects of trawling on the marine habitat on the North West Shelf of Australia and implications for sustainable fisheries management. In Hancock, D. A. (ed.) Sustainable Fisheries through Sustainable Habitat. Bureau of Rural Sciences Proceedings, AGPS, Canberra.

Publications on transaction costs associated with participatory solutions in fisheries management, referenced in the webinar by Kevern Cochrane:

  • Healey, M. C., and T. Hennessey, 1998. The paradox of fairness: the impact of escalating complexity on fisheries management. Marine Policy, 22: 109-118.

  • Cochrane, K. L, 1999. Complexity in fisheries and limitations in the increasing complexity of fisheries management. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 56: 917-926.