About

FishSource compiles and summarizes publicly available scientific and technical information about the status of fisheries and seafood stocks into an easily interpretable form. It aims to make information about the health of stocks, the quality of their management, and the impact of fisheries on the rest of the ecosystem more accessible to seafood buyers and help them take actions to improve the sustainability of the seafood they purchase.

Basic information unit – FishSource profile

FishSource strives to use the best available science and, whenever possible, structures its information around biological stocks, as this is the level at which status is most reliably assessed and management measures are most effective. FishSource then captures a further level of information, including the fisheries operating on that stock and their impacts on its sustainability and the sustainability of the surrounding ecosystem. Sustainability is determined by the interplay of these three components: the biological stock, the management systems that regulate access to the stock and protect the rest of the ecosystem, and the fishing fleets and the gears and practices they employ.

Perspective and depth of information

Profiles are structured to allow users two different perspectives. One is to view general content on a particular resource and on the multiple fisheries which may operate on it; the other is to focus on a specific fishery and to approach the effects on the resource from this perspective.

Besides providing a choice of perspective, FishSource also allows users access to information at the depth they require. Scientific and technical numerical data and narrative content are available on the main aspects of sustainability, and this information is further summarized into FishSource scores – simple indicators of stock status, management effectiveness, and fishers’ compliance, reflecting internationally accepted standards of these metrics.

Actionable information

Along with improving access to information, FishSource aims to lower the barrier to action by interested participants of the seafood supply chain. So for certain higher-priority fisheries, recommendations are provided to key stakeholders on actions they can take to help improve the sustainability of those fisheries.

Timeliness, completion, and transparency

Profiles are primarily developed and updated by a small team of in-house analysts, but their capacity is recognizably insufficient to maintain complete coverage of all global fisheries. As such, profiles may be incomplete or information may be out of date. However, the seafood industry and external contributors are offered an opportunity to help fill those gaps that they consider priorities. In addition, experts on fisheries are actively encouraged to contribute content to FishSource profiles on those fisheries. We also welcome feedback on any of our profiles and encourage an open debate on the sources of information used and our interpretation of the data. Our objective is to use only publicly available sources and fully credit those sources, effectively acting as an inventory of information sources on a stock or fishery.

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Indrani Lutchman
Program Director, FIP Evaluation
Drin
Indrani Lutchman
Program Director, FIP Evaluation

Indrani Lutchman joined SFP as Program Director for FIP evaluations.  She is a marine biologist and fisheries scientist with extensive experience in designing, leading, and delivering successful projects on marine and fisheries issues in Europe, Caribbean, Antarctica, and UK Overseas Territories including Bermuda, Falklands Islands, and Gibraltar. She has a well-established reputation of working with scientists and policy makers in these countries and regions and at high level negotiations of multi-lateral agreements at the UN, FAO, and Regional Fisheries Management Organisations (RFMOs). Her expertise covers diverse aspects of fisheries and maritime policies and includes both desk-based research as well as the provision of strategic and political advice.

Pedro sousa
Pedro Sousa
Chief Scientist
Pedro sousa
Pedro Sousa
Chief Scientist

Pedro Sousa is SFP's Chief Scientist. He received his PhD in Population Biology from the University of Lisbon, Portugal, his MSc in Mathematics Applied to Biological Sciences from the Technical University of Lisbon, and his BSc in Marine Biology and Fisheries from The University of Algarve, Portugal. Before joining SFP in 2008, Pedro worked for more than 15 years as scientific consultant and researcher for statistical analysis and fisheries on marine and fisheries projects at the University of Algarve, and at the Portuguese Fisheries Institute (IPIMAR), in collaboration with other academic institutions. He lectured on Statistics, Data Analysis and Modeling at a private university in the Algarve, Portugal, for 11 years.

Merul
Merul Patel
Chief Information Officer
Merul
Merul Patel
Chief Information Officer

Merul Patel is Chief Information Officer, responsible for the technical systems related to FishSource and SFP operations. Originally a solid state physicist, with a PhD from Cambridge University, and the author of several papers and patents, he has held a number of positions in publishing and technology companies over the last 25 years culminating in CTO and CEO positions in the mobile payments space.

Jack whalen
Jack Whalen
Director, User Experience
Jack whalen
Jack Whalen
Director, User Experience

Jack Whalen is a social scientist with extensive experience directing international projects. Jack has been with SFP for four years, working across all of SFP’s divisions, and presently is a program director in the Systems Division, where the scientific work related to FishSource and Sustainable Seafood Metrics is concentrated. He is also a professor in the Department of Design at Aalto University in Helsinki. Prior to working for SFP, Jack was a Principal Scientist at Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and Associate Professor of Sociology and Department Head at the University of Oregon. Jack is based in San Francisco, CA and Helsinki, Finland.

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Susana Segurado
Program Director, FishSource
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Susana Segurado
Program Director, FishSource

Susana Segurado is the Director of FishSource. She completed a five-year degree programme in Marine Biology and Fisheries Science at the University of Algarve, Portugal, conducting her final thesis at Imperial College, London, in fisheries modeling. She worked in Environmental Health for two years, before joining SFP in 2008.  Susana is based in Lisbon, Portugal.

Brad
Braddock Spear
SFP Systems Division Director
Brad
Braddock Spear
SFP Systems Division Director

Braddock Spear is head of the SFP’s Systems Division, which oversees science/analysis, FIP ratings/standard, IT infrastructure, and systems design for SFP's information tools. Brad also serves as liaison with McDonald’s, providing technical support and advice to its global team. For 8 years before coming to SFP, Braddock worked at the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (US), ending his tenure as Senior Coordinator for Policy. At the Commission, Brad developed an expertise in the US fisheries management system, coordinated the legislative program, and initiated collaborative efforts involving government, industry, and NGOs. He received a MA in Marine Affairs from the University of Rhode Island.

Patricia
Patrícia Amorim
Fisheries Analyst / FishSource MSC section manager
Patricia
Patrícia Amorim
Fisheries Analyst / FishSource MSC section manager

Patrícia Amorim serves on the FishSource research and content development team and manages the FishSource MSC section. Patrícia has a BSc in Marine Biology and Fisheries from the University of Algarve and an MSc in Geography Information Systems from the Technical University of Lisbon. She worked on Northwest Africa fisheries and ecosystem modelling at the Portuguese Fisheries Institute (IPIMAR) and, in recent years, on habitat predictive models of pelagic species (tunas and seabirds) and seabed mapping at the University of Azores. She is based in Horta, Açores, Portugal.

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Alexia Morgan
Fisheries Analyst
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Alexia Morgan
Fisheries Analyst

Alexia Morgan, a member of the Systems Division, is the science lead on tuna and other large pelagic species. In addition, Alexia is a working on a joint contract between the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership and the Monterey Bay Aquarium assessing tuna and large pelagic’s fisheries through their Seafood Watch program.  Alexia is also an Associate Research Faculty with the University of New England, working on the impact of spiny dogfish and seals on the Gulf of Maine ecosystem.  Alexia’s other interests include elasmobranch population dynamics, population and ecological risk assessments, bycatch mitigation techniques and international fisheries management.  Alexia received her Ph.D. from the University of Florida, MS from Nova Southeastern University and BA from Lake Forest College.  Alexia is based in Belfast, ME. 

Pedro veiga
Pedro Veiga
Program Director, Analysis and Scientific Reports
Pedro veiga
Pedro Veiga
Program Director, Analysis and Scientific Reports

Pedro Veiga heads the Analysis and Scientific Reports Program for SFP's Science Research and Data Division, and also serves on the FishSource research and content development team. Pedro is also part of the research team of the Coastal Fisheries research Group from the University of Algarve since 2001. He is a marine biologist with more than ten years of experience working mainly on coastal and estuarine fish population dynamics, seabed habitat mapping, recreational and small-scale fisheries, and fisheries management. Since 2006, his work has been mainly focused on the biological impact and human dimensions of marine small-scale and recreational fishing in southern Portugal. Pedro has a Ph.D. in Fisheries Sciences and Technology from the University of Algarve, Portugal.  He is currently based in Faro, Portugal.

Isidora
Isidora Katara
Fisheries Data Analyst
Isidora
Isidora Katara
Fisheries Data Analyst

Isidora Katara is a fisheries data analyst for SFP's Science Division, working closely with the FishSource and Strategy teams, and conducting research on all levels of information on fisheries. She is a marine biologist with an interest in fisheries and more than ten years of experience working on conservation, fisheries oceanography, stock assessments, fisheries management, and climate change. To achieve her research goals, Isidora has developed skills in biostatistics, bioinformatics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She did her PhD in Aberdeen University, Scotland and her undergraduate in the University of Crete (Greece). Since she finished her studies she has worked in universities and research institutes in Canada, Portugal and France. She currently splits her time between Greece andPortugal. 

Priyankapathak
Priyanka Pathak
Senior Software Engineer
Priyankapathak
Priyanka Pathak
Senior Software Engineer

Priyanka Pathak is Sr. Software Engineer, responsible for software maintenance and development for SFP's IT systems. She is pursuing an MSC in Information Technology & Computer Application from Gujarat University, India. She has extensive experience in developing software engineering, CMS-type applications using open source technology (Ruby on Rails), scripting languages (Javascript, VB script), Data definition, and manipulation language (PSQL, MY SQL). She is also a proficient user of Salesforce.

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Marina Mendes
Fisheries Analyst
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Marina Mendes
Fisheries Analyst

Marina Mendes serves on the FishSource research and content development team. Marina has participated since 2006 in projects to promote sustainable use and management of marine fisheries resources, conservation of marine habitats and seabirds, both on scientific research and in a Portuguese NGO. She holds a Masters of Marine Biology, Ecology and Marine Conservation (University of Algarve) and an Advanced Studies Diploma of Territory, Environment and Sustainable Development (New University of Lisbon). Marina is based in the SW of Portugal.

Ananta
Ananta Murti
Software Developer
Ananta
Ananta Murti
Software Developer

Ananta Murti is Salesforce Manager for SFP, responsible for Salesforce CRM System maintenance and development. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the Institute of Business and Informatics Stikom Surabaya, Indonesia. He is familiar with various problem solving, business process, and System Development Life Cycle, including Programming Language (Visual Basic, Ruby on Rails, Javascript) and Data Manipulation Language (SQL Server, PSQL). Prior to joining SFP he managed the Human Resource Information Systems projects and Non-Profit Finance Systems at Pet Norton Consulting International. He is based in Surabaya, Indonesia.

Jenna
Jenna Stoner
Aquaculture Analyst
Jenna
Jenna Stoner
Aquaculture Analyst

Jenna Stoner is Aquaculture Analyst at SFP.  Jenna has been producing research and analysis of aquaculture production and management systems for the past six years for Monterey Bay Aquarium, SeaChoice, and the Global Aquaculture Performance Index. As Sustainable Seafood Program Manager at Living Oceans, Jenna has also developed and implemented market-based initiatives toward sustainable production and sourcing. Jenna is based in Vancouver, Canada.

Mariana
Mariana Sánchez De Bock
Fisheries Analyst
Mariana
Mariana Sánchez De Bock
Fisheries Analyst

Mariana Sánchez De Bock serves on the FishSource research and content development team. Mariana has a BSc in Biology from the University of Buenos Aires and an MSc in Ecology with focus on conservation and management of water resources from the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco. She has been involved in scientific research in coastal marine ecosystems and aquaculture since 2004, and has worked for seven years in fisheries assessments under the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification program for sustainable fisheries in South America. In her role with SFP, she helps to provide up-to-date, impartial, actionable information on the status of fisheries and fish stock sustainability. She is based in Recife, northeast Brazil.

The FishSource Team is a very productive group, but we can't maintain updated content for all fisheries all of the time.

The partners listed below face the same challenge. Working together, we are finding ways to use our collective resources more efficiently to improve each others' systems.


       

This website contains the list of publications by Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP) and Fishsource, as well as selected publications from SFP staff.

SFP and FishSource Latest Publications

Systems staff - list of publications

Peer reviewed papers

Books, Book Chapters, Conference Proceedings, and Circulars

Technical Research Reports

Thesis

SFP and FishSource Latest Publications:

Veiga, P., J. Stoner, and B. Lee-Harwood. 2016. Reduction Fisheries: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2016. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 32 pp. [full text]

Portley,N. 2016. Report on the Shrimp Sector: Asian Shrimp Trade and Sustainability. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 74 pp. [full report] [Summary report]

Amorim, P. and M. Westmeyer. 2016. Snapper and Grouper: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2015. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 18 pp. [full text]

Portley,N., M. Westmeyer, and J. M. Garcia Caudillo. 2015. SFP Report on the Wild Shrimp Sector: Bycatch in Global Shrimp Fisheries. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 24 pp. [full text]

Veiga, P., P. Sousa, B. Lee-Harwood, S. Segurado, and C. Schmidt. 2015. Reduction Fisheries: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2015. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 35 pp. [full text]

Morgan, A., I.Pollard and B.Lee-Harwood. 2015. Best Practices in Tuna Longline Fisheries. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 17 pp. [full text]

Veiga, P., P. Sousa, P. Amorim, K. Balliet, M. Westmeyer, and B. Lee-Harwood. 2014. Whitefish: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2014. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 46 pp. [data annex]

Portley, N., P. Sousa, B. Lee-Harwood, C. Hendrich, K. Balliet. 2014. Global Sustainability Overview of Pacific Salmon Fisheries. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation. 36pp. [full text] [data annex]

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Gilman, E., P. Veiga, P. Sousa, A. Morgan, and S. Segurado. 2014. Sustainability of Main commercial Tuna Stocks. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). July 28, 2014. 30 pp. [full text]

Veiga, P., P. Sousa, B. Lee-Harwood, and P. Amorim. 2014. Small Pelagics: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2014. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). June 17, 2014. 26 pp. [full text]

Nakamura, K., M. Westmeyer, B. Spear, and L. Borges. 2014. SFP Best Practices Report: Minimizing and managing the impact of fisheries on marine food webs. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP). May 2014. 27 pp. [full text]

Portley, N., Westmeyer, M., Caudillo, J.M., Huang, Z., Borges, L., and Sousa, P., 2013. SFP Sustainability Overview of Wild Fisheries that Supply Shrimp. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). December 2013. 16 pp. [full text] / [data annex]

Portley, N., Hendrich, C. and Balliet, K., 2013. SFP Global Sustainability Overview of Pacific Salmon Fisheries. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). June 17, 2013. 18 pp. [full text]

Gilman, E., Veiga, P., Spear, B., Schmidt, C., and Sousa, P. 2013. SFP Global Sustainability Overview of Pacific Ocean Fisheries that Supply Mahi Mahi. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). June 17, 2013. 6 pp. [full text]

Veiga, P. and B. Lee Harwood, 2013. SFP Global Sustainability Overview of South American and Atlantic Fish Stocks Used For Fishmeal And Fish Oil. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). May 23, 2013. 14 pp. [full text] / [data annex]

Portley, N. and P. Sousa, 2013. The Fishsource Method for Scoring Salmon Fisheries: A statistical approach for aligning the Fishsource salmon fishery assessment method with Marine Stewardship Council ratings. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). February 2013. 64 pp. [full text]

SFP, 2013. SFP Global Sustainability Overview of Whitefish Fisheries. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). February 2013. 13 pp. [full text]

SFP, 2012. SFP Global Sustainability Overview of South American and Atlantic Fish Stocks Used For Fishmeal And Fish Oil. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). June 2012. 11 pp. [full text]

SFP, 2012. The FishSource Assessment System for Salmon Fisheries, Version 1.3. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). [full text]

Spear, B. and J. Cannon, 2012. Benthic Protection Areas: Best Practices and Recommendations. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation (SFP). April 2012. 36 pp. [full text]

 

Systems staff - list of publications:

Peer-reviewed papers:

2014

Villasante, S., Pierce, G.J., Pita, C., Guimeráns, C. P., Rodrigues, J.G., Antelo, M., Rocha, J. M., Cutrín, J.G., hastie, L.C., veiga, P., Sumalia, R. and Coll, M. 2016. Fishers' perceptions about the EU discards policy and its economic impact on small-scale fisheries in Galicia (North West Spain). Ecological Economics 130:130-138.

Veiga, P., Pita, C., Rangel, M., Gonçalves, J. M. S., Campos, A., Fernandes, P. G., Sala, A., et al. 2016. The EU landing obligation and European small-scale fisheries: What are the odds for success? Marine Policy 64: 64-71.

Portley, N. and Geiger H.J. 2014. Stock management units and limit reference points in salmon fisheries: Best practice review and recommendations to the MSC. Marine Stewardship Council Science Series 2: 89 ñ 115.

Portley, N and Geiger, H.J. 2014. Limit Reference Points for Pacific Salmon Fisheries, North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 34:2, 401-410, DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2014.882453

2013

Assis, J., GonÁalves, J.M.S., Veiga, P. and Pita, C. Spearfishing profiles, habits and perceptions towards management measures: a spatial analysis. In Review. Ocean and Coastal Management.

Ferter, K., Weltersbach, M.S., Strehlow, H.V., V¯lstad, J.H., AlÛs, J., Arlinghaus, R., Armstrong, M., Dorow, M., Graaf, M.d., Hammen, T.v.d., Hyder, K., Levrel, H., Paulrud, A., Radtke, K., Rocklin, D., Sparrevohn, C.R. and Veiga, P. 2013. Unexpectedly high catch-and-release rates in European marine recreational fisheries: implications for science and management. ICES Journal of Marine Science. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fst104.

Gilman, E., Suuronen, P., Hall, M. and Kennelly, S.  2013.  Causes and methods to estimate cryptic sources of fishing mortality. Journal of Fish Biology.  DOI:10.1111/jfb.12148.

Gilman, E., Passfield, K. and Nakamura, K. 2013. Performance of regional fisheries management organizations: ecosystem-based governance of bycatch and discards. Fish and Fisheries DOI: 10.1111/faf.12021.

Guan, W., Cao, J., Chen, Y. and Cieri, M. Biases caused by recruitment penalty term in maximum-likelihood based age-structured stock assessment. Submitted. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Guan, W., Cao, J., Chen, Y. and Cieri, M. Evaluating factors influencing retrospective errors in estimating stock biomass for Atlantic herring Clupea harengus. In Review. Fisheries Research

Guan, W., Cao, J., Chen, Y. and Cieri, M.A simulation study to evaluate impacts of spatial structure of Atlantic herring fishery on retrospective errors in stock assessment. In Press. Canadian Journal of Fishery and Aquatic Sciences.

Sulikowski, J.A., Prohaska, B.K., Carlson, A.E., Cicia, A.M., Brown, C.T. and Morgan, A.C. 2013. Observations of neonate spiny dogfish, Squalus acanthias, in southern New England: a first account of a potential pupping ground in the Northwestern Atlantic. Fisheries Research 137:59-62.

Veiga, P., Pita, C., Leite, L., Ribeiro, J., GonÁalves, J.M.S. and Erzini, K. 2013. From a traditionally open access fishery to modern restrictions: Portuguese anglersí perceptions about newly implemented recreational fishing regulations. Marine Policy 40: 53-63.

2012

Amorim P. and F. Tempera. 2012. A review of Azores shelf biotopes. Revista de InvestigaciÛn Marina 19(2): 34-35.

Carlson, J.K., Hale, L.F., Morgan, A. and Burgess, G. 2012. Relative abundance and size of coastal sharks from the northwest Atlantic Ocean derived from commercial shark longline catch and effort data. Journal of Fish Biology 80:1749-1764.

Galparsoro I., D.W. Connor, A. Borja, A. Aish, P. Amorim,  et al., 2012. Using EUNIS habitat classification for benthic mapping in European seas: Present concerns and future needs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64(12):2630-2638.

Gilman, E., Chaloupka, M., Read, A., Dalzell, P., Holetschek, J., Curtice, C. 2012. Hawaii longline tuna fishery temporal trends in standardized catch rates and length distributions and effects on pelagic and seamount ecosystems. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22: 446-488.

 

2011

Gilman, E., Dunn, D., Read, A., Warner, R. and Hyrenbach, K. 2011. Designing criteria suites to identify discrete and networked sites of high value across manifestations of biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation 20(14): 3363-3383.

Gilman, E. 2011. Bycatch governance and best practice mitigation technology in global tuna fisheries. Marine Policy 35: 590-609.

Guerreiro, A.I., Veiga, P. and Erzini, K. 2011. Catches of the sport fishing competitions along the Algarve coast (Portugal): species, sizes, catch rates, and trends. Acta Ichthyologica Et Piscatoria 41: 165-169.

Oliveira, F., Monteiro, P., Afonso, C., Veiga, P., Bentes, L., Calado, R. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2011. First record of Calcinus tubularis on the southern coast of Portugal (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura: Diogenidae). Marine Biodiversity Records 4: 1-4.

Veiga, P., Xavier, J.C., Assis, C.A. and Erzini, K. 2011. Diet of the blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, off the south coast of Portugal. Marine Biology Research 7: 820-825.

Veiga, P., GonÁalves, J.M.S. and Erzini, K. 2011. Short-term hooking mortality of three marine fish species (Sparidae) caught by recreational angling in the south Portugal. Fisheries Research 108: 58-64.

2010

Afonso, C.M.L., Bonomolo, G., Monteiro, P., Bentes, L., Oliveira, F., Veiga, P., Rangel, M.O., Sousa, I., Leite, L. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2010. First record of Ocinebrina nicolai (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Muricidae: Ocenebrinae) in north-eastern Atlantic waters. Marine Biodiversity Records 3: 1-4.

Brothers, N., Duckworth, A., Safina, C. and Gilman, E.  2010.  Seabird bycatch from pelagic longline fisheries is grossly underestimated when using only haul data.  PLoS ONE 5(8): e12491. [full text]  

Garrison, L.P, Link, J.S., Kilduff, D.P., Cieri, M.D., Muffley, B., Vaughan, D., Sharov, A., Mahmoudi, B. and Latour, R.J. 2010. An expansion of the MSVPA approach for quantifying predator-prey interactions in exploited fish communities. ICES Journal of Marine Science 67: 856ñ870.

Gilman, E, Gearhart, J., Price, B., Eckert, S., Milliken, J., Wang, J., Swimmer, Y., Shiode, D., Abe, O., Peckham, S., Chaloupka, M., Hall, M., Mangel, J., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Dalzell, P. and Ishizaki, A.  2010. Mitigating sea turtle bycatch in coastal passive net fisheries.  Fish and Fisheries 11(1): 57-88.

Morgan, A., Ford, T., Siceloff, L., Hale, L., Burgess, G., Allen, M., and Carlson, J. 2010. Temporal and spatial distribution of finfish bycatch in the U.S. Atlantic bottom longline shark fishery. Marine Fisheries Review 72:34-38.

Pereira, H., Leadley, P., ProenÁa, V., Alkemade, R., Scharlemann, J., Fernandez-ManjarrÈs, J., Ara˙jo, M., Balvanera, P., Biggs, R., Cheung, W., Cooper, D., Gilman, E, Guenette, S., Hurtt, G., Huntington, H., Mace, G., Oberdorff, T., Revenga, C., Scholes, R, Sumaila, U. and Walpole, W.  2010.  Scenarios for global biodiversity in the 21st century.  Science 330 (6010): 1496-1501.

Veiga, P., Ribeiro, J., GonÁalves, J.M.S. and Erzini, K. 2010. Quantifying recreational shore angling catch and harvest in the south of Portugal (Northeast Atlantic): implications for conservation and integrated fisheries management. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 2216-2237.

2009

Amorim P., Figueiredo, M., Machete, M., Morato, T., Martins, A. and  Santos, R.S. 2009. Spatial variability of seabird distribution associated with environmental factors: a case study of marine Important Bird Areas in the Azores. ICES Journal of Marine Science 66: 29-40.

Morgan, A. and Carlson, J.K. 2009. The capture depth, time and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught coastal sharks.  Fisheries Research 101:32-37.

Morgan, A., Cooper, P., Curtis, T. and Burgess, G. 2009. An overview of the United States East Coast Bottom Longline Shark-Fishery, 1994-2003. Marine Fisheries Review 71:23-38.

Stobberup K.A., Morato, T., Amorim, P. Erzini, K. 2009. Predicting Weight Composition of Fish Diets: Converting Frequency of Occurrence of Prey to Relative Weight Composition. The Open Fish Science Journal 2: 42-49.

Veiga, P., Machado, D., Almeida, C., Bentes, L., Monteiro, P., Oliveira, F., Ruano, M., Erzini, K. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2009. Weightñlength relationships for 54 species of the Arade estuary, southern Portugal. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 25: 493-496.

Zydelis, R., Wallace, B., Gilman, E. and Werner, T.  2009.  Conservation of marine megafauna requires avoiding and minimizing fisheries bycatch.  Conservation Biology 23(3): 608-616.

 

2008

Afonso-Dias, I., Amorim, P. and Silva, A. 2008. Problems with assigning the ovaries of sardine (Sardina pilchardus) to the appropriate macroscopic maturity stage. Marine Biodiversity Records 1, 2008e20.

Azevedo, M., Duarte, R., Cardador, F., Sousa, P., FariÒa, C., Sampedro, P., Landa, J., and Costas, G. 2008. Application of dynamic factor analysis in the assessment of Iberian angler?sh stocks. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65: 1362ñ1369.

Fry, B., Cieri, M., Hughes, J., Tobias, C., Deegan, L.A. and Peterson, B.  2008. Stable isotope monitoring of benthicñplanktonic coupling using salt marsh fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 369: 193ñ204.

Gilman, E., Ellison, J., Duke, N. and Field, C. 2008.  Review:  Threats to mangroves from climate change and adaptation options.  Aquatic Botany 89: 237-250.

Gilman, E., Kobayashi, D. and Chaloupka, M.  2008.  Reducing seabird bycatch in the Hawaii longline tuna fishery.  Endangered Species Research 5(2-3):309-323.

Gilman, E., Clarke, S., Brothers, N., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Mandelman, J., Mangel, J., Peterson, S., Piovano, S., Thomson, N., Dalzell, P., Donoso, M., Goren, M. and Werner, T.  2008.  Shark interactions in pelagic longline fisheries.  Marine Policy 32: 1-18.

2007

Gilman, E., Kobayashi, D., Swenarton, T., Brothers, N., Dalzell, P. and Kinan, I.  2007.  Reducing sea turtle interactions in the Hawaii-based longline swordfish fishery.  Biological Conservation 139: 19-28.

Gilman, E., Ellison, J., Sauni Jr., I. and Tuaumu, S. 2007.  Trends in surface elevations of American Samoa mangroves.  Wetlands Ecology and Management 15(5): 391-404. 

Gilman, E. and Ellison, J.  2007.  Efficacy of alternative low-cost approaches to mangrove restoration, American Samoa.  Estuaries and Coasts 30(4): 641-651.

Gilman, E., Ellison, J. and Coleman, R.  2007.  Assessment of mangrove response to projected relative sea-level rise and recent historical reconstruction of shoreline position.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 124(1-3):  105-130.  

Gilman E., Brothers, N. and Kobayashi, D.  2007.  Comparison of the efficacy of three seabird bycatch avoidance methods in Hawaii pelagic longline fisheries.  Fisheries Science 73(1): 208-210.

Morgan, A. and Burgess, G. 2007. At-Vessel Fishing Mortality for Six Species of Sharks Caught in the Northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Research 19:123-131

Springmeyer, D., Pinsky, M.L., Portley, N.M., Bonkowski, J., and Rand, P., 2007. Ranking Sakhalin River Basins for Salmonid Conservation (translated from Russian). Transactions of the Sakhalin Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography 9: 264-293. [full text]

Sousa, P., Lemos, R.T, Gomes, M.C. and Azevedo, M., 2007. Analysis of horse mackerel, blue whiting and hake catch data from Portuguese surveys (1989ñ1999) using an integrated GLM approach. Aquatic Living Resources 20(2): 105-116.

 

2006

Abecasis, D., Bentes, L., Ribeiro, J., Machado, D., Oliveira, F., Veiga, P., GonÁalves, J.M.S. and Erzini, K. 2006. First record of the Mediterranean Parrotfish, Sparisoma cretense in Ria Formosa (South Portugal). Marine Biodiversity Records 1/ 2008, e27.

Gilman, E., Ellison, J., Jungblat, V., VanLavieren, H., Adler, E., Wilson, L., Areki, F., Brighouse, G., Bungitak, J., Dus, E., Henry, M., Sauni Jr., I., Kilman, M., Matthews, E., Teariki-Ruatu, N., Tukia, S. and Yuknavage, K.  2006.  Adapting to Pacific Island mangrove responses to sea level rise and other climate change effects.  Climate Research 32(3): 161-176.

Gilman, E, Zollett, E., Beverly, S., Nakano, H., Shiode, D., Davis, K., Dalzell, P. and Kinan, I.  2006.  Reducing sea turtle bycatch in pelagic longline gear.  Fish and Fisheries 7(1): 2-23. 

Gilman, E., Dalzell, P. and Martin, S. 2006.  Fleet communication to abate fisheries bycatch.  Marine Policy 30(4): 360-366.

Gilman, E., Brothers, N., McPherson, G. and Dalzell, P.  2006.  Review of cetacean interactions with longline gear.  Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 8(2): 215-223.

S·, R., Bexiga, C., Veiga, P., Vieira, L. and Erzini, K. 2006. Feeding ecology and trophic relationships of some fish species of the lower Guadiana river estuary and Castro Marim e Vila Real de Santo AntÛnio saltmarsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 70: 19-26.

Sousa, P., Azevedo, M. and Gomes, M.C., 2006. Species-richness patterns in space, depth, and time (1989ñ1999) of the Portuguese fauna available to bottom trawl. Aquatic Living Resources 19(2): 93-103.

Sousa, P., Azevedo, M. and Gomes, M.C., 2006. Searching for common diversity trends in the deep demersal assemblage off Portugal, 1989ñ1999: an essay with Dynamic Factor Analysis. INUAF STUDIA 9: 73-90.

Veiga, P., Vieira, L., Bexiga, C., S·, R. and Erzini, K. 2006. Structure and temporal variations of fish assemblages of the Castro Marim salt marsh, southern Portugal. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 70: 27-38.

 

2005

Gilman, E., Brothers, N. and Kobayashi, D.  2005.  Principles and approaches to abate seabird bycatch in longline fisheries.  Fish and Fisheries 6(1): 35-49.

Sousa, P., Azevedo, M. and Gomes, M.C., 2005. Demersal Assemblages off Portugal: mapping, seasonal, and temporal patterns. Fisheries Research 75: 120-137.

Stobberup K.A., C.A.O. Inejih, S. TraorÈ, C. Monteiro, P. Amorim, K. Erzini. 2005. Analysis of size spectra in northwest Africa: a useful indicator in tropical areas? ICES Journal of Marine Science 62: 424-429. 

2004

 

2003

Gilman, E., Boggs, C. and Brothers, N.  2003.  Performance assessment of an underwater setting chute to mitigate seabird bycatch in the Hawaii pelagic longline tuna fishery.  Ocean and Coastal Management 46(11-12): 985-1010. 

Gilman, E. and H. Freifeld.  2003.  Seabird mortality in North Pacific longline fisheries.  Endangered Species Update 20(2): 35-46.

S·, R., Bexiga, C., Vieira, L., Veiga, P. and Erzini, K. 2003. Diets of the sole Solea vulgaris Quensel, 1806 and Solea senegalensis Kaup, 1858 in the lower estuary of the Guadiana River (Algarve, southern Portugal): Preliminary results. BoletÌn del Instituto EspaÒol de OceanografÌa 19: 505-509.

Tobias, C.R., Cieri, M.D., Peterson, B.J., Deegan, L.A., Vallino, J. and Hughes, J. 2003. Processing watershed-derived nitrogen in a well-flushed New England estuary. Limnology and Oceanography 48(5): 1766ñ1778.

2002

Bobrow, D.G. and Whalen, J. 2002. Community Knowledge Sharing in Practice: The Eureka Story. Reflections 4(2): 47-59. 

Gilman, E.L.  2002. Guidelines for coastal and marine site-planning and examples of planning and management intervention tools. Ocean and Coastal Management 45(6-7): 377-404.  

Whalen, J., Whalen, M., and Henderson, K. 2002. Improvisational Choreography in Teleservice Work. British Journal of Sociology 53: 239- 258.  

2001

Cieri, M.D. and McCleave, J.D. 2001. Validation of daily otolith increments in juvenile glass eels (Anguilla rostrata). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 257:219-227.

Cousins, K., Dalzell, P. and Gilman, E.  2001 .  Managing pelagic longline-albatross interactions in the North Pacific Ocean.  Marine Ornithology 28(2): 159-174.  

Gilman, E.L. 2001.  Integrated management approach to address incidental mortality of seabirds in longline fisheries.  Aquatic Conservation:  Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 11(5): 391-414.

< 2001

Clayman, S.E. and Whalen, J. 1989. When The Medium Becomes The Message: The Case of the Rather-Bush Encounter. Research on Language and Social Interaction 22: 241-272.

Cieri, M.D. and McCleave, J.D. 2000. Discrepancies between otoliths of larvae and juveniles of the American Eel (Anguilla rostrata): Is there something fishy happening at metamorphosis?. Journal of Fish Biology 57:1189-1198.

Cieri, M.D. and Stearns, D.E. 1999. Reduction of grazing activity of two estuarine copepods in response to the chemical presence of a visual predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series 177:157-163.

Cieri, M.D. and Stearns, D.E. 1994. The relationship between estuarine zooplankton gut fullness and degree of visual predation by fish. Bulletin of the New Jersey Academy of Natural Sciences 39: 33-34.

Gilman, E.L.  1999.  Choosing appropriate instruments from the wetlands management toolbox:  A planning process for wetlands conservation. Wetland Journal 11(3):15-22. 

Gilman, E.L.  1998.  Nationwide permit program: Unknown adverse impacts on the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islandsí wetlands.  Coastal Management  26(4):253-277. 

Gilman, E.L.  1997.  Community-based and multiple purpose protected areas:  A model to select and manage protected areas with lessons from the Pacific Islands.  Coastal Management  25(1):59-91. 

Gilman, E.L.  1997.  A method to investigate wetland mitigation banking for Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.  Ocean and Coastal Management 34(2):117-152.

Goldman, M.S. and Whalen, J. 1990. From the New Left to the New Enlightenment: Methodological Implications of Public Attention on Private Lives. Qualitative Sociology 13:85-107.

Whalen, J. and Zimmerman, D.H. 1998. Observations on the Display and Management of Emotion in Naturally Occurring Activities: The Case of ëHysteriaí in Calls to 9-1-1. Social Psychology Quarterly 61:141-159.

Whalen, J., Zimmerman, D.H. and Whalen, M.R. 1988. When Words Fail: A Single Case Analysis. Social Problems 35: 335-362.

 

Books, Book Chapters, Conference Proceedings, and Circulars:

2001-2013

Amorim P., M. Figueiredo, M. Machete, A. Martins, R. S. Santos. 2007. Environmental parameters and data from fisheries observers programs help defining Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in the Azores archipelago. In: PÈrez-Ruzafa, A., Hoffmann, E., Boncoeur, J., GarcÌa-Charton, J.A., Marcos, C., Salas, F., Sorensen, T.K. and Vestergaard, O. (Eds.) 2007. European symposium on Marine Protected Areas as a tool for Fisheries management and Ecosystem conservation. Emerging science and interdisciplinary approaches. Extended Abstracts Book. Empafish and Protect projects, Murcia, Spain: 346 pp. [full text]

Amorim P., A. M. Santos, K. A. Stobberup, P. B. Oliveira, A J. Sousa. 2005. Modelling tuna fishery in North Atlantic: Spatial structure of the catchability of Bluefin and Yellowfin tuna in relation to the environment: a geostatistical approach. In: GISPLANET 2005 Proceedings. 30 May ñ 2 June, Estoril-Portugal (CD-ROM ISBN 972-97367-5-8).

Amorim P., G. Duarte, M. Guerra, T. Morato, K.A. Stobberup. 2004. The Guinea-Bissau Continental Shelf Ecosystem: an exercise on simulating the effects of fishing. In: Chavance (Pierre), Moctar B‰, Didier Gascuel, Jan Michael Vakily and Daniel Pauly (Eds.), 2004. -  PÍcheries maritimes, ÈcosystËmes & sociÈtÈs en Afrique de líOuest : Un demi-siËcle de changement [Marine fisheries, ecosystems and societies in West Africa: half a century of change]. Actes du symposium international, Dakar (SÈnÈgal), 24-28 juin 2002, Bruxelles, Office des publications officielles des CommunautÈs europÈennes, XXXVI-532-XIV p., 6 pl.h.-t.coul., I.S.B.N. 92-894-7480-7 (Coll. Rapports de Recherche Halieutique A.C.P.-U.E.,n∞ 15). [full text]

Amorim P., S. ManÈ, K.A. Stobberup 2004. Structure of demersal fish assemblages based on trawl surveys in continental shelf and upper slope. In: Chavance (Pierre), Moctar B‰, Didier Gascuel, Jan Michael Vakily and Daniel Pauly (Eds.), 2004. -  PÍcheries maritimes, ÈcosystËmes & sociÈtÈs en Afrique de líOuest : Un demi-siËcle de changement [Marine fisheries, ecosystems and societies in West Africa: half a century of change]. Actes du symposium international, Dakar (SÈnÈgal), 24-28 juin 2002, Bruxelles, Office des publications officielles des CommunautÈs europÈennes, XXXVI-532-XIV p., 6 pl.h.-t.coul., I.S.B.N. 92-894-7480-7 (Coll. Rapports de Recherche Halieutique A.C.P.-U.E.,n∞ 15). 
[full text]

Arcos J. M, J. BÈcares, B. RodrÌguez, A. Ruiz, I. RamÌrez, P. Amorim, P. Geraldes, A. Meirinho, V. Paiva, C. Viada, M. Louzao, D. Hyrenbach. 2007. Marine Important Bird Areas (IBAs): towards the effective protection of seabirds at sea. In: PÈrez-Ruzafa, A., Hoffmann, E., Boncoeur, J., GarcÌa-Charton, J.A., Marcos, C., Salas, F., Sorensen, T.K., Vestergaard, O. (Eds.) 2007. European symposium on Marine Protected Areas as a tool for Fisheries management and Ecosystem conservation. Emerging science and interdisciplinary approaches. Extended Abstracts Book. Empafish and Protect projects, Murcia, Spain: 346 pp. [full text]

Bexiga, C., Vieira, L., S·, R., Veiga, P. and Erzini, K. 2002. Ecological Associations of the Fish Species of the Guadiana River: Habitat Linkages. Proceedings of the Littoral 2002- VI International Conference, Porto, September 22-26 2002, vol. 3: 3 pp.

Burns, P., Hogervorst, J., Heller, D., Portley, N., and Sundstrom, J., 2008, ìFrom Russia with salmon: a river restoration partnership.î Paper presented at the American Fisheries Society Western Chapter Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.

Christensen V., P. Amorim, I. Diallo, T. Diouf, S. GuÈnette, J.J. Heymans, A. Mendy, M.M. Ould Taleb Ould Sidi, M.L.D. Palomares, B. Samb, K. Stobberup, J.M. Vakily, M. Vasconcellos, R. Watson and D. Pauly. 2004. Trends in Fish Biomass off Northwest Africa, 1960-2000. In: Chavance (Pierre), Moctar B‰, Didier Gascuel, Jan Michael Vakily and Daniel Pauly (Eds.), 2004. -  PÍcheries maritimes, ÈcosystËmes & sociÈtÈs en Afrique de líOuest : Un demi-siËcle de changement [Marine fisheries, ecosystems and societies in West Africa: half a century of change]. Actes du symposium international, Dakar (SÈnÈgal), 24-28 juin 2002, Bruxelles, Office des publications officielles des CommunautÈs europÈennes, XXXVI-532-XIV p., 6 pl.h.-t.coul., I.S.B.N. 92-894-7480-7 (Coll. Rapports de Recherche Halieutique A.C.P.-U.E.,n∞ 15). [full text]

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.  2010.  Guidelines to Reduce Sea turtle Mortality in Fishing Operations.  FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. Prepared by Gilman, E., Bianchi, G.  FAO, Rome. [full text]

Gilman, E., Passfield, K., Nakamura, K.  2012.  Performance Assessment of Bycatch and Discards Governance by Regional Fisheries Management Organizations. International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Commission on Ecosystem Management and Oceania Regional Office, Gland, Switzerland and Suva, Fiji. [full text]

Gilman, E., Dalzell, P., Ishizaki, A., Crowder, L., Warner, R.  2011.  Executive Summary.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Fishers Forum on Marine Spatial Planning and Bycatch Mitigation,pp. 9-11. In: Gilman, E., Ishizaki, A., Chang, D., Liu, W., Dalzell, P. (Eds.). Proceedings of the Fifth International Fishers Forum on Marine Spatial Planning and Bycatch Mitigation. Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council and Fisheries Agency Taiwan, Honolulu, USA, and Taipei, Taiwan.

Gilman, E., King, N., Peterson, T., Chavan, V., Hahn, A.  2010.  Building the Biodiversity Data Commons - The Global Biodiversity Information Facility, pp. 79-102.  In: Maurer, L. (Ed.) ICT for Agriculture and Biodiversity Conservation.  ICT Ensure, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria. [full text

Gilman, E., Ellison, J.  2010. Relative Sea-level Rise Tipping Points for Coastal Ecosystems, pp. 100-110. In: Leadley, P., Pereira, H., Alkemade, R., Fernandez-Manjarres, J., Proenca, V., Scharlemann, J., Walpole, M. (Eds.).  Biodiversity Scenarios:  Projections of 21st Century Change in Biodiversity and Associated Ecosystem Services. A Technical Report for the Global Biodiversity Outlook 3.  CBD Technical Series No. 50.  Convention on Biological Diversity Secretariat, Montreal.

Gilman, E., Lundin, C.  2010.  Minimizing Bycatch of Sensitive Species Groups in Marine Capture Fisheries:  Lessons from Commercial Tuna Fisheries, pp. 150-164.  In: Grafton, Q., Hillborn, R., Squires, D., Tait, M., Williams, M. (Eds.).  Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management.  Oxford University Press. 

Gilman, E., Ellison, J., Duke, N., Field, C.  2009.  Mangroves and climate change.  In: World Atlas of Mangroves. Earthscan.

Gilman, E., Gearhart, J., Price, B., Eckert, S., Milliken, H., Wang, J., Swimmer, Y., Shiode, D., Abe, O., Peckham, S.H., Chaloupka, M., Hall, M., Mangel, J., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Dalzell, P., Ishizaki, A. 2009.  Mitigating Sea Turtle Bycatch in Coastal Passive Net Fisheries.  International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Gland, Switzerland. 

Gilman, E.  2008.  Conservation and Management of Tunas:  Reaching New Heights or Sinking to New Depths, pp. 76-87.  In: Adrift:  Tales of Ocean Fragility.  IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 

Gilman, EL, S. Martin, J. Cook. 2007. Working with Hawaii longline fishers to abate fisheries bycatch, pp. 261-271. In: Kennelly, S.J. (Ed.). By-Catch Reduction in the Worldís Fisheries.  Springer Verlag, The Netherlands. 

Gilman, EL. 2007. USA Western and Central Pacific Ocean.  In: DeYoung, C. (Ed.).  State of World Marine Capture Fisheries Management - 2006: Pacific Ocean.  FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 488/1.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.

Gilman, E., Clarke, S., Brothers, N., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Mandelman, J., Mangel, J., Peterson, S., Piovano, S., Thomson, N., Dalzell, P., Donoso, M., Goren, M., Werner, T.  2007.  Shark Depredation and Unwanted Bycatch in Pelagic Longline Fisheries:  Industry Practices and Attitudes, and Shark Avoidance Strategies.  Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, Honolulu, USA. [full text]

Gilman, E., Moth-Poulsen, T., Bianchi, G.  2007.  Review of Measures Taken by Inter-Governmental Organizations to Address Problematic Sea Turtle and Seabird Interactions in Marine Capture Fisheries.  Fisheries Circular No. 1025.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. [full text]

Gilman, E., H. Van Lavieren, J. Ellison, V. Jungblut, L. Wilson, F. Areki, G. Brighouse, J. Bungitak, E. Dus, M. Henry, M. Kilman, E. Matthews, I. Sauni Jr., N. Teariki-Ruatu, S. Tukia, K. Yuknavage. 2006.  Pacific Island Mangroves in a Changing Climate and Rising Sea.  UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies No. 179.  United Nations Environment Programme, Regional Seas Programme, Nairobi, Kenya. [full text]

Moore, Bob, Jack Whalen and Cabell Hankinson Gathman. 2009. Work Orders, Document Practices, and Organizational Action. In: Organization, Interaction and Practice: Studies of Real Time Work and Organizing. Nick Llewellyn and Jon Hindmarsh (Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Morgan, A. and Burgess, G.  2005. Fishery dependent sampling: total catch, effort and catch composition, pp. 182-200. In: Musick, J.A. and R. Bonfil (eds.), Elasmobranch Fisheries Management Techniques, APEC Fisheries Working Group, Singapore.

Passfield, K., Gilman, E.  2010.  Effects of Pelagic Longline Fishing on Seamount Ecosystems based on Interviews with Pacific Island Fishers.  Technical Report produced under the Global Environment Facility Oceanic Fisheries Management Project.  International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Gland, Switzerland. [full text]

Portley, N., and Miewald, T., 2009. ìThe North American Salmon Stronghold Strategy: a database for watershed prioritizationî (translated from Russian). Paper presented at the Conference on the Creation of Fisheries Protected Areas in the Russian Far East, Moscow, Russia, Institute for Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences.

RamÌrez I., P. Geraldes, A. Meirinho, P. Amorim, V. Paiva. 2008. ¡reas Marinhas Importantes para as Aves em Portugal. Projecto LIFE04NAT/PT/000213 - Sociedade Portuguesa Para o Estudo das Aves. Lisboa. (In Portuguese.)

S·, R., Bexiga, C., Vieira, L., Veiga, P. and Erzini, K. 2002. Diet Diversity of the Main Species of the Lower Estuary of the Guadiana and the Salt Marsh of Castro Marim (Algarve, Southern Portugal). Proceedings of the Littoral 2002- VI International Conference, Porto, 22-26 September  2002, vol. 3: 3 pp.

Safina, C., E. Gilman, J. Nichols. 2005. Twine and the ancient mariners:  albatrosses, sea turtles, and fishing gear in the North Pacific and elsewhere.  In: Guynup, S. (Ed.) The State of the Wild. Island Press.

Samarskiy, V., Kaev, A., Semenchenko, A., Portley, N., and Reeves, G., 2008, ìDevelopment of an integrated salmonid population and habitat study model on Sakhalin Island, Russia, for the detection of population status and trends.î Paper presented at the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Ottawa, ON.

Santos, M.N., Erzini, K., Abecasis, D., Almeida, C., Bentes, L., Canas, A., Coelho, R., Ferreira, M., GonÁalves, J.M.S.., Jimenez, M.T., Lino, P.G., Machado, D., Monteiro, P., Oliveira, F.; Pareja-Rios, E., Ribeiro, J., Robles, V. and Veiga, P. 2007. Cat·logo de espÈcies de peixes de interesse comercial da costa sul atl‚ntica da PenÌnsula IbÈrica. Eds. M.N. Santos e K. Erzini. Projecto Gestpesca II, Manual n∫1: 127 pp. (In Portuguese and Spanish.)

Solie K., A.M. Almeida, D. Berthier, T. Tandstad, P. Amorim, A.M. Caramelo.  2004. Le SIG et la gestion des pÍcheries dans un …cosystËme du Golfe de GuinÈe Nord. In: Chavance (Pierre), Moctar B‰, Didier Gascuel, Jan Michael Vakily and Daniel Pauly (Eds.), 2004. -  PÍcheries maritimes, ÈcosystËmes & sociÈtÈs en Afrique de líOuest : Un demi-siËcle de changement [Marine fisheries, ecosystems and societies in West Africa: half a century of change]. Actes du symposium international, Dakar (SÈnÈgal), 24-28 juin 2002, Bruxelles, Office des publications officielles des CommunautÈs europÈennes, XXXVI-532-XIV p., 6 pl.h.-t.coul., I.S.B.N. 92-894-7480-7 (Coll. Rapports de Recherche Halieutique A.C.P.-U.E.,n∞ 15). [full text]

Swimmer, Y., and Gilman, E. (Eds.).  2012.  Report of the Sea Turtle Longline Fishery Post-release Mortality Workshop, November 15-16, 2011.  NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-PIFSC-34. National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, Honolulu.

Swimmer, Y., Gilman, E. 2006. Fishing technology gears up for sea turtle conservation, p. 24. In: Mast, R, Bailey, L., Hutchinson, B. (Eds).  The State of the Worldís Sea Turtles SWOT Report Volume 1.  Burning Issues in Conservation.  Leatherback Sea Turtles of the World.  State of the Worldís Sea Turtles, Washington, D.C., USA.  

Szymanski, Margaret and Jack Whalen, (Eds.) 2011. Making Work Visible: Ethnographically Grounded Case Studies of Work Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Szymanski, Margaret and Jack Whalen. 2011. Work Practice Analysis at Xerox. In: Making Work Visible: Ethnographically Grounded Case Studies of Work Practice. Margaret Szymanski and Jack Whalen (Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stobberup K. A., P. Amorim, V. Pires, V. M. Monteiro. 2005. Assessing the effects of fishing in Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau, Northwest Africa, pp: 395-417. In: G.H. Kruse, V.F. Gallucci, D.E. Hay, R.I. Perry, R.M. Peterman, T.C. Shirley, P.D. Spencer, B. Wilson, D. Woodby (Eds.): Fisheries assessment and management in data-limited situations. Alasca sea Grant College Program, University of Alasca Fairbanks. [full text]

Vieira, L., Bexiga, C., S·, R. Veiga, P. and Erzini, K. 2002. Abundance and Diversity of the Fish Fauna of the Guadiana River Estuary and the Castro Marim Salt Marsh (SE Portugal). Proceedings of the Littoral 2002- VI International Conference, Porto. 22-26 September 2002, vol. 3: 5 pp.

Vinkhuyzen, Erik and Jack Whalen. 2007. Expert System Technology and Work Practice. In: Orders of Ordinary Action. In: Stephen Hester and David Francis (Eds.). Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing.

Vinkhuyzen, Erik, Margaret Szymanski, Robert J. Moore, Geoffrey Raymond, Jack Whalen, and Marilyn Whalen. 2005. ëWould you like to do it yourself?í Service Requests and Their Non-Granting Responses. In: Paul Seedhouse and Keith Richards (Eds.). Applying Conversation Analysis. New York: Macmillan.

Whalen, Jack and Daniel Bobrow. 2011. Sharing Communal Knowledge: The Eureka Story. In: Margaret Szymanski and Jack Whalen (Eds.). Making Work Visible: Ethnographically Grounded Case Studies of Work Practice.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Whalen, Jack and Marilyn Whalen. 2011. Integrated Customer Service: Reinventing a Workscape. In: Margaret Szymanski and Jack Whalen (Eds.). Making Work Visible: Ethnographically Grounded Case Studies of Work Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Whalen, Marilyn, Jack Whalen, Robert Moore, Geoff Raymond, Margaret Szymanski, and Erik Vinkhuyzen. 2005. Studying Workscapes. In: Philip LeVine and Ron Scollon (Eds.). Discourse and Technology:  Multimodal Discourse Analysis. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Whalen, Jack and Don H. Zimmerman. 2005. Working A Call: Multiparty Management and Interactional Infrastructure in Calls For Help. In: Carolyn D. Baker, Michael Emmison and Alan Firth (Eds.). Calling for Help. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Wu, Yiying and Whalen, J. 2013. Design practices of local users and the community: The case of Ugandan street vendors. International Congress of International Association of Societies of Design Research. Tokyo.

Wu, Yiying and Whalen, J. 2013. Portraits of Chinese shanzhai users. Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York.

Yamauchi, Yutaka, Jack Whalen, and Daniel G. Bobrow. 2003. Information Use of Service Technicians in Difficult Cases. In: Proceedings of the ACM. CHI 2003: Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press.

1991-2000

Gilman, E.L. 1999. Chapter 1. Compensatory wetland mitigation in the CNMI: An incipient discipline. In:  W. Streever (Ed.). An International Perspective on Wetland Rehabilitation. Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York, USA. pp. 3-17.

Whalen, Jack and Geoff Raymond. 2000. Conversation Analysis. In: Edgar F. Borgatta and Marie L. Borgatta (Eds.). The Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition. New York: Macmillan. 

Whalen, Jack and Erik Vinkhuyzen. 2000. Expert Systems in (Inter)action: Diagnosing Document Machine Problems Over the Telephone. In: Paul Luff, Jon Hindmarsh and Christian Heath (Eds.). Workplace Studies: Recovering Work Practice and Informing Systems Design. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Whalen, Jack. 1995. Expert Systems versus Systems for Experts. In: Peter Thomas (Ed.). Social and Interactional Dimensions of Human-Computer Interfaces. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Whalen, Jack. 1995. A Technology of Order Production: Computer-Aided Dispatch in 9-1-1 Communications. In: George Psathas and Paul ten Have (Eds.). Situated Order: Studies in the Social Organization of Talk and Embodied Activities. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America.

Whalen, Jack. 1992. Conversation Analysis. In: Edgar F. Borgatta and Marie L. Borgatta (Eds.). The Encyclopedia of Sociology. New York: Macmillan.

1981-1990

Whalen, Jack and Richard Flacks. 1989. Beyond The Barricades: The Sixties Generation Grows Up. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

Technical Research Reports:

Afonso-Dias, M., Sousa, P., Fernandes, P., Ribeiro, C., Elias, L., Pinto, C., Pereira, L., 2007. The small-scale, artisanal fishery of the Portuguese continental margin. University of Algarve / Portuguese Directorate for Fisheries and Aquaculture, 40 pp. + annexes. [full text]

Amorim P., G. Duarte, M. Guerra, T. Morato and K.A. Stobberup, 2004. Preliminary Ecopath model of Guinea Bissau continental shelf ecosystem (NW-Africa). In: West African Marine Ecosystems: Models and Fisheries Impacts. M. L. Palomares and D. Pauly (Eds.). Fisheries Center Research Reports 12(7): 95-112.

Amorim P., G. Duarte, M. Guerra, T. Morato, K.A. Stobberup, 2002. ModËle Ecopath du plateau continental de la GuinÈe-Bissau In: ModËles trophiques des ecosystËmes marins nord-ouest africains / Trophic models of northwest African marine ecosystems. Pauly (D.), M. L. Palomares and J. M Vakily (Ed.). Projet SIAP, Module Ecopath, Document Technique N∞ 3 (SIAP/EP/DT/03). (In French.)

Azevedo, M., Duarte, R., Cardador, F., FariÒa, C., Sampedro, P., Landa, J., Costas, G., Sousa, P., 2007. Management advice for the Iberian white anglerfish stock based on combined estimates from Bayesian and non-Bayesian assessments. ICES CM2007/K:01, Theme Session Monkfish across the world: common problems and common solutions. 14 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2008.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks: Year 2 continuation. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 5 pp. 

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2008.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks: Year 2 continuation. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 10 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2008.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks: Year 2. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 18 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2007.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 12 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2007.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 23 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2007.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks: Year 2 continuation. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 12 pp. 

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2007.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks: Year 2 continuation. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 10 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2006.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 21 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2006.  The capture depth, time, and hooked survival rate for bottom longline caught large coastal sharks. Semi-annual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Cooperative Research Program, 11 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2005. The Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program history: collection methodology and summary statistics 1994-2005(1). National Marine Fisheries Service Shark SEDAR Data Workshop Document LCS05/06-DW-10, 32 pp. 

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2005.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Monitoring the directed bottom longline shark fishery in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico off the mid- and southeastern United States, 2005 fishing season 1. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NFFKF000-4-00009, 15 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2005.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program.  Continuation of monitoring the directed bottom longline shark fishery in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico of the mid- and southern United States. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA03NMF4540075, 15 pp. 

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2004.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Support for an Observer Program Monitoring the Directed Commercial Shark Fishery in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico off the Mid- and Southeastern United States.  Semiannual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA03NMF4540075, 2 pp.

Burgess, G.  and Morgan, A.  2003.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Renewal of an observer program to monitor the directed commercial shark fishery in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Semiannual Report: 2003(2) fishing season.  Semiannual Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA03NMF4540075, 11 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2003.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Renewal of an observer program to monitor the directed commercial shark fishery in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic: 2002(2) and 2003(1) fishing season.  Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA16FM1598, 15 pp.

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2002.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Support for an observer program monitoring the directed commercial shark fishery in the eastern Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA06FM0194, 15 pp. (with G.H. Burgess as co-author)

Burgess, G. and Morgan, A.  2002.  Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program. Renewal of an observer program to monitor the directed commercial shark fishery in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic: 1999 fishing seasons. Final Report, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Highly Migratory Species Management Division Award NA97FF0041, 36 pp. 

Carlson, J., Hale, L., Morgan, A. and Burgess, G.  2010.  Standardized catch rates of sandbar, dusky and blacknose sharks from the commercial shark fishery longline observer program, 1994-2009.  SEDAR21-DW-01.  37 pp.

Cieri, M., Nelson, G. and Armstrong, M.A. 2008. Estimates of river herring bycatch in the directed Atlantic herring fishery. Massachusetts Department of Marine Fisheries. Gloucester.

Cortes, E., Morgan, A. and Burgess, G. 2005.  Standardized catch rates of large coastal sharks from the Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program 1994-2004. National Marine Fisheries Service Shark SEDAR Data Workshop Document LCS05/06-DW-17, 14 pp. 

Cosandrey-Godin, A. and Morgan A.  2011.  Fisheries bycatch of sharks: options for mitigation. Ocean Science Division, Pew Environment Group, Washington, DC. [full text]

Erzini, K. (coord.), Veiga, P., Ribeiro, J., Almeida, C., Oliveira, F., Bentes, L., Monteiro, P. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2008. ìParte I- CaracterizaÁ„o da pesca recreativa de costa do sul e sudoeste de Portugalî. Final Report. FCT POCI/MAR/58157/2004. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 82 pp. + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

Erzini, K. (coord.), Guerreiro, A., Veiga, P., Ribeiro, J. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2008. ìParte II- CaracterizaÁ„o dos campeonatos de pesca desportiva de costa do sul e sudoeste de Portugalî. Final Report. FCT POCI/MAR/58157/2004. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 17 pp. + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

Erzini, K., Abecasis, D., Bentes, L., Monteiro, P., Oliveira, F., Veiga, P. and GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2008. ìDin‚mica espaÁo-temporal e utilizaÁ„o de habitats de esparÌdeos na Ria Formosaî. Final Report. FCT POCI/BIA-BDE/61949/2004. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 94 pp. (In Portuguese.)

Friedland K.D., OíReilly, J.E., Hare, J.A., Wood, G.B., Overholtz, W.J. and Cieri, M.D. 2006. Environmental Preferences of Atlantic Herring under Changing Harvest Regimes Northeast Fisheries Science Center Reference Document. 06-18. Northeast Fisheries Science Center Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

GonÁalves, J.M.S., Monteiro, P., Afonso, C., Oliveira, F., Rangel, M., Machado, M., Veiga, P., Leite, L., Sousa, I., Bentes, L., Fonseca, L. and Erzini, K. 2010. Cartography and characterization of the marine communities off the National Underwater Ecological Reserve between the Arade river and Ponta da Piedade. Final Report. ARH Algarve. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 122 pp. + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

GonÁalves, J.M.S., Rangel., M.O., Afonso, C., Almeida, C.,  Monteiro, P., Oliveira, F., Abecasis, D.,  Ribeiro, J.,  Erzini, K., Bentes, L., Coelho, R., and Veiga, P. 2007. ìRoteiros subaqu·ticos: Praia de S. Rafael e Arrifesî. Final Report. CCDR Algarve. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 37 pp. + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

GonÁalves, J.M.S., Monteiro, P., Coelho, R., Afonso, C., Almeida, C., Veiga, P., Machado, M., Machado, D., Oliveira, F., Ribeiro, J., Abecasis, D., Primo, L., Tavares, D., Fern·ndez-Carvalho, J., Abreu, S., Fonseca, L., Erzini, K. and Bentes, L. 2007. Cartography and characterization of the marine communities off the National Underwater Ecological Reserve between GalÈ and Anc„o.Final Report CCDR Algarve (RENSUB II). Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 242 pp. + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

GonÁalves, J.M.S. (coordenaÁ„o), Machado, D., Veiga, P., Bentes, L., Monteiro, P., Ribeiro, J., Coelho, R., Afonso, C., Almeida, C., Ruano, M., Oliveira, F., Corado, M., Abecasis, D. and Erzini, K. 2006. Recruitment of Fish Species of Commercial Interest in the Arade River Estuary. Final Report, DGPA MARE Programme, Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 162 pp + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

GonÁalves, J.M.S., Monteiro, P., Coelho, R., Afonso, C., Ribeiro, J., Almeida, C., Veiga, P., Machado, D., Berecibar, E., Oliveira, F. and Bentes, L. 2004. Cartography and characterization of the marine communities off the National Underwater Ecological Reserve between Albufeira and Vale do Lobo. Final Report CCMAR-CCDRA LG-DRAOTA (RENSUB I), Faro, 182 pp + Annexes. (In Portuguese.)

Hendrich, C. F., J. L. Weller, S. A. McPherson, D. R. Bernard. 2008. Optimal production of Chinook salmon from the Unuk River. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Fishery Manuscript No. 08-03, Anchorage.

McKown K., Correia, S. and Cieri, M. 2008. Development and Use of Reference Points. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, Washington DC.

Monteiro, P., Bentes L., Sousa, I., Oliveira, F., Veiga, P., Rangel, M., Afonso, C., GonÁalves, J.M.S. 2012. ìBiodiversidade marinha da costa sul de Sagres. IdentificaÁ„o e caracterizaÁ„o de biotopesî. Internal Report N∫ 2/2012 - MeshAtlantic. Universidade do Algarve, CCMAR, Faro, 48 pp. (In Portuguese.)

Morgan, A.  2011.  Fish aggregating devices (FADs) and tuna: Impacts and management options. Ocean Science Division, Pew Environment Group, Washington, DC.

Morgan, A.  2010.  Sharks-the state of the science.  Ocean Science Division, Pew Environment Group. [full text]

Overholtz, W.J., Jacobson, L.D., Melvin, G.D., Cieri, M.D., Power, M., Libby, D. and Clark, K. 2004. Stock assessment of the Gulf of Maine - Georges Bank Atlantic herring complex. Northeast Fisheries Science Center Reference Document 04-06 Northeast Fisheries Science Center Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Palma, C., Sousa, P., Ramos, J., Martinho, T., Martins, R., Pestana, G., Barros, P. and Afonso-Dias, M., 1999. Multivariate Analysis of the Southern Portuguese Artisanal Fishery: Trip Types and Fishing Effort. ICES CM 1999/R:16.

Pew Environment Group. 2010. Conserving Atlantic bluefin tuna with spawning sanctuaries.  Pew Science Brief, Pew Environment Group.  (with A. Morgan as co-author)  [full text]

Portley, N., and Geiger, H., 2013. Stock Management Units and Limit Reference Points in Salmon Fisheries: Best Practice Review and Recommendations to MSC. Marine Stewardship Council Science Series. Manuscript pending publication.

Portley, N. 2010. Investment in Sustainable Salmon Fishery Development in the Russian Far East: A Feasibility Study for the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation and Wild Salmon Center. Unpublished.

Shepherd, G., Cieri, M., Power, M. and Overholtz, W. 2009. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Atlantic Herring Stock Assessment Update. Transboundary Resources Assessment Committee. Reference Document 2009/04.

Silva A., I. Afonso-Dias, P. Amorim, C. Nunes, E. Soares, 2003. Microscopic calibration of sardine maturity scale. Working Document to the 2003 meeting of the SGSBSA, 23 a 27 Junho, Malaga.

Sulikowski, J., Morgan, A., Carlson, A. and Butterworth, D. 2012. Inferences from aerial surveys on the abundance of Atlantic menhaden from outside the normal fishery range: implications for improved management of this resource.  Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, June 25, 2012.

Wild Salmon Center. 2006. Sakhalin Salmon Initiative: A Framework (translated from Russian). Published without authorship indicated. Wild Salmon Center, Portland, OR.

WWF Russia, 2010. Salmon Hatchery Development in the Russian Far East: What You Should Know (translated from Russian). Published without authorship indicated. World Wildlife Fund Russia, Moscow. [full text]

 

Thesis:

Amorim, P. 2005. Modelling of tuna fishery spatial structure in Northeast Atlantic. MSc Dissertation. Instituto Superior TÈcnico, Lisboa, 83 pp. (In Portuguese.)

Amorim, P. 2000. Reproduction biology of the Blue whiting (Micromessistius poutassou Risso, 1826) off Portuguese continental coast. Honours degree ("Licenciatura") dissertation in Marine Biology and Fisheries. University of Algarve, Faro, 60 pp. (in Portuguese.)

Cieri, M.D. 1999. Migrations, Growth, And Early Life History of the American Eel (Anguilla rostrata). PhD Dissertation. School Of Marine Sciences (Department of Oceanography). University of Maine, Orono, ME.

Cieri, M.D. 1996. Reduction in grazing activity by two estuarine copepods in response to the chemical presence of a visual predator. MSc dissertation. Department of Biology, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, Camden, NJ.

Mendes, M. 2007. Assessment of the reproductive success of Cory's shearwater Calonectris diomedea borealis in the Archipelago of the Azores. MSc Dissertation. University of Algarve, Faro. (In Portuguese.)

Morgan, A. 2008. Effects of temporal closures and gear modifications on the population of dusky sharks in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. PhD dissertation. University of Florida.

Morgan, A. 2000. Analysis of shark fisheries and management in the US Atlantic Ocean with recommendations for changes to current management plans.  MSc dissertation. Nova Southeastern University.

Sousa, P. 2006. The demersal community off Portugal: a study on zoogeography, abundance, and biodiversity. PhD dissertation in Population Biology. Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, Portugal, 196 pp.

Sousa, P. 1998. Application of hierarchical classification multivariate methods on identifying fishing fleet components. MSc dissertation in Mathematics Applied to Biological Sciences. Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, 61 pp.

Sousa, P. 1995. Length-frequency analysis of deep-water rose shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris Lucas, 1846). Honours degree ("Licenciatura") dissertation in Marine Biology and Fisheries. University of Algarve, Faro. 54 pp.

Veiga, P. 2013. Recreational shore fishing in southern Portugal: biological and socio-economic aspects and perspectives for management. PhD dissertation in Fisheries Sciences and Technology. University of Algarve, Faro. 147 pp.

Veiga, P. 2003. ContribuiÁ„o para o estudo da ictiofauna do sapal de Castro Marim e Vila Real de Santo AntÛnio. Honours degree ("Licenciatura") dissertation in Marine Biology and Fisheries.University of Algarve, Faro. 70 pp.  (In Portuguese.)