• Adding perspectives to: "Global trends in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fuel combustion in marine fisheries from 1950 - 2016" 

      Ziegler, Friederike; Ritzau Eigaard, Ole; Parker, Robert W.R; Tyedmers, Peter H.; Hognes, Erik Skontorp; Jafarzadeh, Sepideh (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-09-19)
      A contribution in this issue, Greer et al. (2019), models carbon dioxide emissions from fuel combustion in global fisheries. This is done based on a method using data on fishing effort, presenting results for two sectors: ...
    • Catch-based aquaculture in Norway - Institutional challenges in the development of a new marine industry 

      Sønvisen, Signe Annie; Standal, Dag (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Catch-based aquaculture (CBA) is an important production system in many parts of the world, especially in developing countries. In Norway CBA is based on capture and storage/farming of mature, North-east Atlantic (NEA) cod ...
    • Conceptualizing future scenarios of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) in the Norwegian salmon industry 

      Ellis, John H; Tiller, Rachel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-06)
      Norway is the largest global producer and exporter of farmed salmon, however the growth of the industry has coincided with environmental impacts to the marine ecosystem and negative perceptions of salmon farming. Integrated ...
    • European policies and legislation targeting ocean acidification in european waters - Current state 

      Galdies, Charles; Bellerby, Richard; Canu, Donata; Chen, Wenting; Garcia-Luque, Enrique; Gasparovic, Blazenka; Godrijan, Jelena; Lawlor, Paul J.; Frank, Maes; Malej, Alenka; Panagiotaras, Dionisios; Beatriz, Martinez Romera; Reymond, Claire E; Rochette, Julien; Stojanov, Robert; Solidoro, Cosimo; Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik; de Noronha, IsabelTorres; Uścinowicz, Grzegorz; Vaidianu, Natașa; Walsh, Cormac; Guerra, Roberta (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-08)
      Ocean acidification (OA) is a global problem with profoundly negative environmental, social and economic consequences. From a governance perspective, there is a need to ensure a coordinated effort to directly address it. ...
    • Governance implications for the implementation of biodegradable gillnets in Norway 

      Standal, Dag; Grimaldo, Eduardo; Larsen, Roger B. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Gillnets are among the most widely used fishing gear in global fisheries because of their simplicity, high operability, catch efficiency and low entrance cost for fishermen. In Norway, the Northeast Atlantic (NEA) cod ...
    • Hesitant reforms: The Norwegian approach towards ITQ's 

      Standal, Dag; Asche, Frank (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-02)
      Abstract In Norway, the rationale for fleet adaptations has been subject to different interpretations and policies. While coastal settlement, a surplus fishing capacity and a negative resource rent were dominant adaptations ...
    • The impact of fisheries management on fishers' health and safety: A case study from Norway 

      Thorvaldsen, Trine; Sønvisen, Signe Annie; Holmen, Ingunn Marie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Since the late 1980s, Norwegian fishers have been subjected to a cohesive regulatory regime aimed at sustainable resource management. Despite high occupational injury rates and exposure to several factors that may influence ...
    • Institutional nuts and bolts for a mesopelagic fishery in Norway 

      Standal, Dag; Grimaldo, Eduardo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09)
      While most commercial fish stocks in the north Atlantic are regulated with TAC's (total allowable catch), access regulations and IVQ's (individual vessel quotas), harvesting mesopelagic fish resources, such as pearlsides ...
    • Normalization of maritime accident data using AIS 

      Bye, Rolf Johan; Almklov, Petter Grytten (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The Automatic Identification System (AIS), fitted on most ships today, is primarily used for real time ship monitoring. This paper illustrates how stored AIS data can be used to construct activity data that can be used to ...
    • Occupational safety in aquaculture – Part 1: Injuries in Norway 

      Holen, Siri Mariane; Utne, Ingrid Bouwer; Holmen, Ingunn Marie; Aasjord, Halvard Laurits (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-09-01)
      This article presents an overview of reported injuries in the Norwegian aquaculture industry focusing on the production of Atlantic salmon and trout, which dominates the fish farming industry in Norway. Two different data ...
    • Occupational safety in aquaculture – Part 2: Fatalities in Norway 1982–2015 

      Holen, Siri Mariane; Utne, Ingrid Bouwer; Holmen, Ingunn Marie; Aasjord, Halvard Laurits (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-09-01)
      This article presents an overview of reported fatalities in the Norwegian aquaculture industry focusing on the production of Atlantic salmon and trout, which dominate the fish farming industry in Norway. The data on ...
    • Ocean futures: Exploring stakeholders' perceptions of adaptive capacity to changing marine environments in Northern Norway 

      Tiller, Rachel; Richards, Russell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09)
      Globally, the projected increase in sea surface temperature is expected to facilitate large changes in the marine food web, affect coastal communities, marine ecosystem goods and services, global fisheries, tourism, ...
    • Stuck in the middle with you (and not much time left): The third intergovernmental conference on biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction 

      De Santo, Elizabeth; Mendenhall, Elizabeth; Nyman, Elizabeth; Tiller, Rachel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07)
      The third of four scheduled Inter-Governmental Conferences on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction met in New York in August 2019. This article tracks the progress made ...
    • Taming a globalized industry–Forces and counter forces influencing maritime safety 

      Almklov, Petter Grytten; Lamvik, Gunnar Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This paper analyzes changes in how regulatory authorities and actors within the industry navigate new challenges and new opportunities presented by globalization. Maritime transport has been one of the drivers of globalization ...
    • The Norwegian seafood industry – Importance for the national economy 

      Johansen, Ulf; Bull-Berg, Heidi; Vik, Lars Harald; Stokka, Arne; Richardsen, Roger; Winther, Ulf (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-06-03)
      Harvesting, processing, and exporting of seafood are longheld traditions in Norway due to its vast marine resources. In the 1970s, Norway became an international leader in marine aquaculture. The seafood industry is of ...
    • The Norwegian seafood industry – Importance for the national economy 

      Johansen, Ulf; Bull-Berg, Heidi; Vik, Lars Harald; Stokka, Arne; Richardsen, Roger; Winther, Ulf (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Harvesting, processing, and exporting of seafood are longheld traditions in Norway due to its vast marine resources. In the 1970s, Norway became an international leader in marine aquaculture. The seafood industry is of ...
    • The once and future treaty: Towards a new regime for biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction 

      Tiller, Rachel; De Santo, Elizabeth; Mendenhall, Elizabeth; Nyman, Elizabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-11)
      The current regime governing Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) as a global commons has resulted in overutilization of fisheries resources and patchwork attempts to regulate resource extraction. States are looking ...
    • The once and future treaty: Towards a new regime for biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction 

      Tiller, Rachel; De Santo, Elizabeth; Mendenhall, Elizabeth; Nyman, Elizabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-10)
      The current regime governing Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) as a global commons has resulted in overutilization of fisheries resources and patchwork attempts to regulate resource extraction. States are looking ...
    • What works? Results of a Nordic survey on fishers' perceptions of safety measures 

      Thorvaldsen, Trine; kaustell, Kim O.; Mattila, Tiina; Høvadanum, Annbjørg; Christiansen, Jørgen Møller; Hovmand, Sarah; Snorrason, Hilmar; Tomasson, Kristinn; Holmen, Ingunn Marie (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09)
      Commercial fishing has a high accident rate compared to other industries. In the Nordic countries, analyses show a decline or stagnation in personal accidents in fisheries during the past few years. However, our knowledge ...