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  1. Content type: Correction

    The original version of this article unfortunately contained mistakes. Please see the description below. 1. Co-author Danielle Ringer’s affiliation and address are: University of Alaska Fairbanks, College of F...

    Authors: Jesse Coleman, Courtney Carothers, Rachel Donkersloot, Danielle Ringer, Paula Cullenberg and Alexandra Bateman

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 :126

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    The original article was published in Maritime Studies 2018 :109

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    Authors: Maarten Bavinck and Jahn Petter Johnsen

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:124

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    The article Beyond the cooperative: the story of collective action in North Carolina’s small-scale fisheries, written by Anna Child, was originally published electronically on the publisher’s internet portal (...

    Authors: Anna Child

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 :96

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    The original article was published in Maritime Studies 2018 17:92

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    Small-scale fisheries (SSF) in the Global South are increasingly subjected to the internationalisation of food systems. Guided by a feminist political ecology approach, we examine how gender relations and powe...

    Authors: Gloria L. Gallardo-Fernández and Fred Saunders

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:110

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  5. Content type: Publisher Correction

    Due to a technical problem the copyright line in the HTML version of this article was wrong. Correct is © The Author (s) 2018. This error is happens only in the HTML data of this article, the PDF file is corre...

    Authors: Svein Jentoft and Bjørn-Petter Finstad

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 :98

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    The original article was published in Maritime Studies 2018 17:88

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    This article investigates the gendered implications of environmental change using case studies of two small-scale fishing communities in Chilika lagoon, India. We undertake an intersectional analysis that exam...

    Authors: Fatima Noor Khan, Andrea M. Collins, Prateep Kumar Nayak and Derek Armitage

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:100

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    The roles of women, men, and other family members have changed during the history of Finnish small-scale fisheries. Generally, the most significant unit of the livelihood is the household, but fisheries have b...

    Authors: Pekka Salmi and Kirsi Sonck-Rautio

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:104

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    The majority of women involved in Iceland’s fisheries sector work in fish processing and have immigrated to Iceland from other countries to work in the industry. Using data collected through interviews and sur...

    Authors: Alexandra Yingst and Unnur Dís Skaptadóttir

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:99

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    Women play an important role within small-scale fishing communities in the South Pacific, contributing to food security and income. Yet, decisions on the management of coastal fisheries are mostly taken by mal...

    Authors: Janne Rohe, Achim Schlüter and Sebastian C. A. Ferse

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:106

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    While the agency of individuals has been identified as a key factor in triggering governance transformations in social-ecological systems, more research attention is needed on how the social position of the ac...

    Authors: Sarah Harper, Anne K. Salomon, Dianne Newell, Pauline Hilistis Waterfall, Kelly Brown, Leila M. Harris and U. Rashid Sumaila

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:101

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    Over the past several decades, global economic relations within the fisheries sector have intensified creating a “global fish-food economy”. Until recently, relatively little attention has been paid to the gen...

    Authors: Holly M. Hapke and Devan Ayyankeril

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:105

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    Institutions, and the collective action that created them and which they enable, can play an important role in poverty eradication. In Norway, the Raw Fish Act passed in 1938 in the aftermath of the internatio...

    Authors: Svein Jentoft and Bjørn-Petter Finstad

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2018 17:88

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    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in Maritime Studies 2018 :98

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    CoopeTarcoles R.L is a cooperative on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica that has obtained better conditions for its members in the context of small-scale sustainable fisheries for over thirty years. Documents fr...

    Authors: Vivienne Solís Rivera, Patricia Madrigal Cordero, David Chacón Rojas and Brian O’Riordan

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:22

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    Despite non-recognition by state authorities, informal councils (Tamil: ur panchayats) are known to comprehensively govern the fishing villages of the Coromandel Coast, Tamil Nadu, India. These councils take char...

    Authors: Maarten Bavinck and V. Vivekanandan

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:16

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    The Barbados National Union of Fisherfolk Organisations was formed in 1999 under a fisherfolk organisation development project. The aim was for this national body in fisherfolk governance to strengthen the cap...

    Authors: Patrick McConney, Bertha Simmons, Vernel Nicholls and Rodrigo Pereira Medeiros

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:19

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    This themed issue of papers for Maritime Studies emerges out of a special session of the MARE 2015 conference held in Amsterdam. The aim of this Introduction is to provide a brief background to poststructural ...

    Authors: Charles Mather, Jahn Petter Johnsen, Signe Sonvisen, Aarthi Sridhar and Johny Stephen

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:20

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    "Coastal grab" refers to the contested appropriation of coastal (shore and inshore) space and resources by outside interests. This paper explores the phenomenon of coastal grabbing and the effects of such appr...

    Authors: Maarten Bavinck, Fikret Berkes, Anthony Charles, Ana Carolina Esteves Dias, Nancy Doubleday, Prateep Nayak and Merle Sowman

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:8

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    The right of small-scale fishers to participate in governance and management processes has been increasingly recognised by theorists and policy-makers over the last thirty years. Political representation is ce...

    Authors: Oliver John Schultz

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:7

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    In most fisheries worldwide, crew are paid through different shared remuneration systems rather than a fixed wage. In shared remuneration systems, wages can significantly increase when the economic performance...

    Authors: Jordi Guillen, Jean Boncoeur, Natacha Carvalho, Katia Frangoudes, Olivier Guyader, Claire Macher and Francesc Maynou

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2017 16:3

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    This paper investigates knowledge production in collaborations where the actors have different knowledge and interests. Building on boundary object theory, a conceptual framework is developed to analyse knowle...

    Authors: Kari Stange, Judith van Leeuwen and Jan van Tatenhove

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2016 15:14

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    The Ocean Tracking Network is a major global project to establish tracking of endangered fish and marine mammal species through acoustic telemetry. The project has only begun to generate the policy-related out...

    Authors: Richard Apostle and Tsafrir Gazit

    Citation: Maritime Studies 2016 15:13

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