Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance (and other MSP tales)

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For the week of 14 March 2016

Greetings OpenChannels Community Members,

The journal Planning Theory & Practice has published a collection of MSP research under the lead article, Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance. This collection of 10 papers includes:

  • Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance
  • Marine spatial planning: Cui bono?
  • “More than fishy business”: epistemology, integration and conflict in marine spatial planning
  • Marine spatial planning: power and scaping
  • Surely not all planning is evil?
  • Marine spatial planning: a Canadian perspective
  • Maritime spatial planning – “ad utilitatem omnium”
  • Marine spatial planning: “it is better to be on the train than being hit by it”
  • Reflections from the perspective of recreational anglers and boats for hire; and
  • Maritime spatial planning and marine renewable energy

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As always, if we've missed anything, please feel free to let me know. You may simply reply to this message, or you may email me directly at nwehner [at] openchannels.org.

Happy reading,
-Nick Wehner, OpenChannels Project Manager


Table of Contents

Aquaculture and Seafood

OA: Robson, A. A., Halsey, L. G. & Chauvaud, L. Feet, heat and scallops: what is the cost of anthropogenic disturbance in bivalve aquaculture? Royal Society Open Science 3, 150679 (2016).

Blue Carbon

OA: Moran, M. Ann et al. Deciphering ocean carbon in a changing world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016).

Climate Change and Human Impacts

Stark, J. S. et al. Dispersal and dilution of wastewater from an ocean outfall at Davis Station, Antarctica, and resulting environmental contamination. Chemosphere 152, 142 - 157 (2016).

Giri, S. & Qiu, Z. Understanding the relationship of land uses and water quality in Twenty First Century: A review. Journal of Environmental Management 173, 41 - 48 (2016).

OA: MAGLIO, A., PAVAN, G., CASTELLOTE, M. & FREY, S. Overview of the Noise Hotspots in the Accobams Area: Part I – Mediterranean Sea. ACCOBAMS (2016).

Community-based management

OA: Waldie, P. A. et al. Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based management. Royal Society Open Science 3, 150694 (2016).

Ecosystem assessment

OA: van Deventer, H. et al. Desktop classification of inland wetlands for systematic conservation planning in data-scarce countries: mapping wetland ecosystem types, disturbance indices and threatened species associations at country-wide scale. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26, 57 - 75 (2016).

Ecosystem-based management (EBM)

Navia, A. Felipe, Cruz-Escalona, V. Hugo, Giraldo, A. & Barausse, A. The structure of a marine tropical food web, and its implications for ecosystem-based fisheries management. Ecological Modelling 328, 23 - 33 (2016).

Enforcement

OA: Witkin, T., Reyer, A. & Savitz, J. Global Fishing Watch Reveals a Fisheries Management Success in the Phoenix Islands. Oceana (2016).

Fisheries

Himes-Cornell, A. & Kasperski, S. Using Socioeconomic and Fisheries Involvement Indices to Understand Alaska Fishing Community Well-Being. Coastal Management 44,36 - 70 (2016).

Fisheries management

OA: Kraus, R., Supić, N., Lučić, D. & Njire, J. Impact of winter oceanographic conditions on zooplankton abundance in northern Adriatic with implications on Adriatic anchovy stock prognosis. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167, 56 - 66 (2015).

OA: McCauley, D. J. et al. Ending hide and seek at sea. Science 351, 1148 - 1150 (2016).

Navia, A. Felipe, Cruz-Escalona, V. Hugo, Giraldo, A. & Barausse, A. The structure of a marine tropical food web, and its implications for ecosystem-based fisheries management. Ecological Modelling 328, 23 - 33 (2016).

Food for Thought

Consoli, D., Marin, G., Marzucchi, A. & Vona, F. Do green jobs differ from non-green jobs in terms of skills and human capital? Research Policy 45, 1046 - 1060 (2016).

Governance and Legal Frameworks

OA: Flannery, W. et al. Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance. Planning Theory & Practice 17, 121 - 151 (2016).

Schütz, S. Eskeland & Myklebust, I. Elise. Coastal zone management – between politics and law: new guidelines for differentiated management of the shore zone in Norway.Local Environment 21, 189 - 201 (2016).

Human wellbeing

Himes-Cornell, A. & Kasperski, S. Using Socioeconomic and Fisheries Involvement Indices to Understand Alaska Fishing Community Well-Being. Coastal Management 44,36 - 70 (2016).

Management

Kosyan, R. D. & Velikova, V. N. Coastal zone – Terra (and aqua) incognita – Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Black Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 169,A1 - A16 (2016).

Schütz, S. Eskeland & Myklebust, I. Elise. Coastal zone management – between politics and law: new guidelines for differentiated management of the shore zone in Norway. Local Environment 21, 189 - 201 (2016).

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

Spenceley, A. Tourism and protected areas: Comparing the 2003 and 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress. Tourism and Hospitality Research (2016).

OA: Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife - Newsletter No. 18 - March 2016. (2016).

Rodrigues, L. C., van den Bergh, J. C. J. M., Loureiro, M. L., Nunes, P. A. L. D. & Rossi, S. The Cost of Mediterranean Sea Warming and Acidification: A Choice Experiment Among Scuba Divers at Medes Islands, Spain. Environmental and Resource Economics 63, 289 - 311 (2016).

Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP)

OA: Flannery, W. et al. Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance. Planning Theory & Practice 17, 121 - 151 (2016).

OA: Abraham, A. Gerhartz. Systematic Marine Conservation Planning in the Scotian Shelf Bioregion. Master of Marine Management, (2015).

Monitoring

Misa, W. F. X. E. et al. Evaluating the effect of soak time on bottomfish abundance and length data from stereo-video surveys. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 479, 20 - 34 (2016).

Natural Sciences

Ward, B. A. & Follows, M. J. Marine mixotrophy increases trophic transfer efficiency, mean organism size, and vertical carbon flux. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016).

OA: Mitarai, S., Watanabe, H., Nakajima, Y., Shchepetkin, A. F. & McWilliams, J. C. Quantifying dispersal from hydrothermal vent fields in the western Pacific Ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 201518395 (2016).

Ocean acidification

Rodrigues, L. C., van den Bergh, J. C. J. M., Loureiro, M. L., Nunes, P. A. L. D. & Rossi, S. The Cost of Mediterranean Sea Warming and Acidification: A Choice Experiment Among Scuba Divers at Medes Islands, Spain. Environmental and Resource Economics 63, 289 - 311 (2016).

OA: Ow, Y. X., Uthicke, S. & Collier, C. J. Light Levels Affect Carbon Utilisation in Tropical Seagrass under Ocean Acidification. PLOS ONE 11, e0150352 (2016).

Offshore Energy

OA: Griffin, R. A., Robinson, G. J., West, A., Gloyne-Phillips, I. T. & Unsworth, R. K. F. Assessing Fish and Motile Fauna around Offshore Windfarms Using Stereo Baited Video. PLOS ONE 11, e0149701 (2016).

Recreational uses

Rodrigues, L. C., van den Bergh, J. C. J. M., Loureiro, M. L., Nunes, P. A. L. D. & Rossi, S. The Cost of Mediterranean Sea Warming and Acidification: A Choice Experiment Among Scuba Divers at Medes Islands, Spain. Environmental and Resource Economics 63, 289 - 311 (2016).

Remote Sensing and GIS

OA: Witkin, T., Reyer, A. & Savitz, J. Global Fishing Watch Reveals a Fisheries Management Success in the Phoenix Islands. Oceana (2016).

OA: van Deventer, H. et al. Desktop classification of inland wetlands for systematic conservation planning in data-scarce countries: mapping wetland ecosystem types, disturbance indices and threatened species associations at country-wide scale. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26, 57 - 75 (2016).

OA: McCauley, D. J. et al. Ending hide and seek at sea. Science 351, 1148 - 1150 (2016).

Sea-level rise

OA: Kopp, R. E. et al. Temperature-driven global sea-level variability in the Common Era. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113, E1434 - E1441 (2016).

Small-scale fisheries

OA: Júnior, J. Gilmar C. et al. Artisanal Fisheries Research: A Need for Globalization? PLOS ONE 11, e0150689 (2016).

Social-Ecological Systems

Himes-Cornell, A. & Kasperski, S. Using Socioeconomic and Fisheries Involvement Indices to Understand Alaska Fishing Community Well-Being. Coastal Management 44,36 - 70 (2016).

Spatial patterns of species

OA: Griffin, R. A., Robinson, G. J., West, A., Gloyne-Phillips, I. T. & Unsworth, R. K. F. Assessing Fish and Motile Fauna around Offshore Windfarms Using Stereo Baited Video. PLOS ONE 11, e0149701 (2016).

OA: Waldie, P. A. et al. Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based management. Royal Society Open Science 3, 150694 (2016).

OA: Richardson, D. E. et al. Discovery of a spawning ground reveals diverse migration strategies in Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016).

Tools

Runhaar, H. Tools for integrating environmental objectives into policy and practice: What works where? Environmental Impact Assessment Review 59, 1 - 9 (2016).

Tourism

Spenceley, A. Tourism and protected areas: Comparing the 2003 and 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress. Tourism and Hospitality Research (2016).

Valuation

Rodrigues, L. C., van den Bergh, J. C. J. M., Loureiro, M. L., Nunes, P. A. L. D. & Rossi, S. The Cost of Mediterranean Sea Warming and Acidification: A Choice Experiment Among Scuba Divers at Medes Islands, Spain. Environmental and Resource Economics 63, 289 - 311 (2016).