Climatic Regime Shifts and Cooperative Fishery Management
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As an outgrowth of the Climate Variability and Pacific Salmon project, Kathleen Miller collaborated on a paper with Gordon Munro, describing the general problems posed by climatic regime shifts for international fisheries management. The paper was published in Marine Resources Economics. It surveys the evidence for the significance of climatic regime shifts and calls for greater attention to the issue on the part of the marine resource economics and fishery management communities. Kathleen Miller presented a related paper at the 2004 IIFET Conference in Tokyo, Japan.
Miller, K.A., and G.R. Munro, 2004: Climate and Cooperation: A New Perspective on the Management of Shared Fish Stocks, Marine Resource Economics 19(3): 367-393.
Miller, K.A., G.R. Munro and T.Bjørndal, 2004: Climate, Competition and the Management of Shared Fish Stocks, in What are Responsible Fisheries? Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET).