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Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Interpreting perceptions about coastal fisheries in Sierra Leone: Scapegoats and panaceas2021
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Is community-based management of small-scale fisheries in Sierra Leone the answer to their problems?2021
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Is inland aquaculture the panacea for Sierra Leone's decline in marine fish stocks?2021
Dr Mohammad Alqattan
Professor Tim Gray
Marine pollution in Kuwait and its impact on fish stocks in Kuwaiti waters: Reviewing the Kuwait government's policies and practices2021
Professor Tim Gray
Normative theory of international relations and the 'mackerel war' in the North East Atlantic2021
Professor Tim Gray
The Relation between Fisheries–Science Partnerships and Co-Management: A Case Study of EU Discards Survival Work2021
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
A value-chain analysis of Malaysia's seaweed industry2020
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Is there a ‘wicked problem’ of small-scale coastal fisheries in Sierra Leone?2020
Dr Estelle Jones
Dr Katherine Botterill
Dr Alexander Caveen
Professor Tim Gray
Pay gaps between domestic and international fishers:an economic or ethical issue?2020
Alexander Khan
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
Reliability of the data on tuna catches obtained from the dockside in Indonesia: A study of stakeholders' perceptions2020
Rebecca Korda
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Resilience in the English Small-Scale Fishery: Small Fry but Big Issue2020
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The controversial role of foreign fisheries consultants in Sierra Leone's coastal waters2020
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Improving bycatch mitigation measures for marine megafauna in Zanzibar, Tanzania2019
Professor Tim Gray
Interpretations of MPA Winners and Losers: A Case Study of the Cabo De Palos- Islas Hormigas Fisheries Reserve2019
Dr Mohammad Alqattan
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in Kuwait: Problems and solutions2019
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Two approaches to conflict resolution and their applicability to Ogoniland, Nigeria2019
Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
A comparative analysis of the role of traditional and modern community-based organizations in promoting community development in Ogoniland, Nigeria2018
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Emily Clough
Clientelism: factionalism in the allocation of public resources in Iraq after 20032018
Tom Catchpole
Professor Tim Gray
How to deal with the EU landing obligation: Lessons from an English discard ban trial2018
Alexander Khan
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Impact of a fishing moratorium on a tuna pole-and-line fishery in eastern Indonesia2018
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Measurement of open innovation in the marine biotechnology sector in Oman2018
Professor Tim Gray
Perceptions of the existence and causes of structural violence in Ogoni communities, Nigeria2018
Professor Tim Gray
Perceptions of threats facing Cabo de Palos-Isla Hormigas MPA and potential solutions2018
Dr Mohammad Alqattan
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Forgotten Pirates: Iraqi and Iranian Pirates in the Arabian Gulf Who Have Never Been Reported to the International Maritime Bureau2018
Professor Tim Gray
Controversies over stakeholder participation in marine protected area (MPA) management: A case study of the Cabo de Palos-Islas Hormigas MPA2017
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
How effective are MPAs in conserving crab stocks? A comparison of fisheries and conservation objectives in three coastal MPAs in Thailand2017
Tom Catchpole
Professor Tim Gray
The challenges of the landing obligation in EU fisheries2017
Professor Tim Gray
Two concepts of community in the Niger Delta: social sense of communality, and a geographical sense of place. Are they compatible?2017
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
A comparative analysis of three marine governance systems for implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)2016
Adibi MD Nor
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
Is a cooperative approach to seaweed farming effectual? An analysis of the Seaweed Cluster Project (SCP), Malaysia2016
Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Reconciling traditional indigenous governance with contemporary approaches to decision making in Ogoni communities in Rivers State, Nigeria2016
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Seychelles, a vulnerable or resilient SIDS? A local perspective 2015
Alexander Caveen
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Controversy over Marine Protected Areas: Science Meets Policy2015
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Governabilityof Mangrove Ecosystems in Thailand: Comparative Successes of Different Governance Models2015
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Tim Gray
The new mode of marine planning in the UK: aspirations and challenges2015
Estelle Jones
Alexander Caveen
Professor Tim Gray
Are fisheries-dependent communities in Scotland really maritime-dependent communities?2014
Alexander Caveen
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Christopher Sweeting
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Estelle Jones
et al.
Diverging Strategies to Planning an Ecologically Coherent Network of MPAs in the North Sea: The Roles of Advocacy, Evidence and Pragmatism in the Face of Uncertainty2014
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Tim Gray
EU marine strategy framework directive (MSFD) and marine spatial planning (MSP): Which is the more dominant and practicable contributor to maritime policy in the UK?2014
Professor Tim Gray
From RACs to Advisory Councils: Lessons from North Sea discourse for the 2014 reform of the European Common Fisheries Policy2014
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Co-management and adaptive co-management: two modes of governance in a Honduran marine protected area2013
Katharine Hart
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Consumptive versus non-consumptive use of sea turtles? Stakeholder perceptions about sustainable use in three communities near Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica2013
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Contested Forms of Governance in Marine Protected Areas: A Study of Co-Management and Adaptive Co-Management2013
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Derek Bell
Environmental justice of nuclear waste policy in Taiwan: Taipower, government and local community2013
Alexander Caveen
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
MPA policy: What lies behind the science?2013
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
Revisiting the 'social gap': public opinion and relations of power in the local politics of wind energy2013
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Territoriality as a driver of fishers' spatial behaviour in the Northumberland lobster fishery2013
Professor Tim Gray
Commodification of Volunteer Tourism: a Comparative Study of Volunteer Tourists in Vietnam and in Thailand2012
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Contested Forms of Governance in Marine Protected Areas: A Study of Co-Management and Adaptive Co-Management2012
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Nicholas Bown
Crisis Within Social Capital? The Negative Impact on Natural Resources of Tension Between Household and Community Social Capital in a Migrant Ladino Enclave on Utila2012
Professor Tim Gray
Is the EU's Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) with Mauritania a genuine partnership or exploitation by the EU?2012
Professor Tim Gray
Moratoria in international politics: a comparative analysis of the moratoria on genetically modified products and commercial whaling2012
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The concept of integrated national maritime policy and its application to Saudi Arabia2012
Alan Patterson
Professor Tim Gray
Unprincipled? The British government's pragmatic approach to the precautionary principle2012
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Estelle Jones
Quota discarding and distributive justice: The case of the under-10m fishing fleet in Sussex, England2011
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Saudi Maritime Policy: Integrated Governance2011
Professor Tim Gray
The Authentic Tawney: A New Interpretation of the Political Thought of R. H. Tawney2011
Professor Tim Gray
From community-based to centralised national management-A wrong turning for the governance of the marine protected area in Apo Island, Philippines?2010
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Derek Bell
Lessons for community-based management approaches to mine water pollution problems: a comparative study of four cases in northeast England2010
Tom Catchpole
Professor Tim Gray
Reducing discards of fish at sea: a review of European pilot projects2010
Professor Tim Gray
Small-Scale Fishing: Perceptions and Threats to Conserving a Livelihood in the Province of Phang-Nga, Thailand2010
Professor Tim Gray
Three fallacies in the essentialist interpretation of the political thought of R.H.Tawney2010
Professor Tim Gray
From Community-Based to Co-Management: Improvement or Deterioration in Fisheries Governance in the Cherai Poyil Fishery in the Cochin Estuary, Kerala, India?2009
Professor Tim Gray
Liberal Intergovernmentalism, Historical Institutionalism and British and German Perceptions of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy2009
Professor Tim Gray
The governance of water and sanitation in Africa : achieving sustainable development through partnerships2009
Estelle Jones
Professor Tim Gray
The Impact of Artisanal Fishing on Coral Reef Fish Health in Hat Thai Mueang, Phang-Nga Province, Southern Thailand2009
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
A complicated relationship: Stakeholder participation and the ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management2008
Dr Jeremy Hills
Professor Tim Gray
Fishery decline in Utila: Disentangling the web of governance2008
Sarah Lieberman
Professor Tim Gray
GMOs and the developing world: A precautionary interpretation of biotechnology2008
Jennifer Hatchard
Professor Tim Gray
Incorporating stakeholders into the development of fisheries ecosystem plans: a North Sea case study2008
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
Introduction: Interaction between environment and fisheries-The role of stakeholder participation2008
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
New cod war of words: 'Cod is God' versus 'sod the cod'-Two opposed discourses on the North Sea Cod Recovery Programme2008
Tom Catchpole
Professor Tim Gray
The discard problem - A comparative analysis of two fisheries: The English Nephrops fishery and the Dutch beam trawl fishery2008
Sarah Lieberman
Professor Tim Gray
The World Trade Organization's report on the EU's moratorium on biotech products: The wisdom of the US challenge to the EU in the WTO2008
John Reardon
Professor Tim Gray
About Turn: An Analysis of the Causes of the New Zealand Labour Party's Adoption of Neo-Liberal Policies 1984-19902007
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
Environmental stewardship as a new form of fisheries governance2007
Sarah Lieberman
Professor Tim Gray
The role of political myth in the international conflict over genetically modified foods and crops2007
Tom Catchpole
Professor Christopher Frid
Professor Tim Gray
Importance of discards from the English Nephrops norvegicus fishery in the North Sea to marine scavengers2006
Tom Catchpole
Professor Christopher Frid
Professor Tim Gray
Resolving the discard problem - A case study of the English Nephrops fishery2006
Natalie Bown
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Ella Ritchie OBE
Socio-economic and ecological indicators for analysing the success of the Cayos Cochinos Marine Protected Area (CCMPA) objective for fisheries management.2006
Amy Stewart
Professor Tim Gray
The authenticity of 'type two' multistakeholder partnerships for water and sanitation in Africa: When is a stakeholder a partner?2006
Sarah Lieberman
Professor Tim Gray
The so-called 'Moratorium' on the licensing of new genetically modified (GM) products by the European Union 1998-2004: a study in ambiguity2006
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Nicholas Graham
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Trends in climate change, coastal governance, coral reef ecology and socio-economic variation in the Seychelles2006
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Professor Tim Gray
Uses of fishers’ knowledge in fisheries management.2006
Professor Derek Bell
Dr Nicola Thompson
Mx Jan Deckers
Dr Mary Brennan
Professor Tim Gray
et al.
Deliberating the Environment: Scientists and the Socially Excluded in Dialogue2005
Tom Catchpole
Professor Christopher Frid
Professor Tim Gray
Discarding in the English north-east coast Nephrops norvegicus fishery: the role of social and environmental factors2005
Tom Catchpole
Professor Christopher Frid
Professor Tim Gray
Discards in North Sea fisheries: causes, consequences and solutions2005
Timothy Daw
Professor Tim Gray
Fisheries science and sustainability in international policy: a study of failure in the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy2005
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Claire Haggett
Professor Derek Bell
Offshore wind farms and commercial fisheries in the UK: A study in stakeholder consultation2005
Professor Tim Gray
Participation in Fisheries Governance2005
Professor Tim Gray
Participatory fisheries governance - Three central themes2005
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
The concept of fisheries-dependent communities - A comparative analysis of four UK case studies: Shetland, Peterhead, North Shields and Lowestoft2005
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Claire Haggett
The 'social gap' in wind farm siting decisions: Explanations and policy responses2005
Professor Tim Gray
Theorising about participatory fisheries governance2005
Professor Derek Bell
Dr Nicola Thompson
Mx Jan Deckers
Dr Mary Brennan
Professor Tim Gray
et al.
Deliberating the Environment: Final Project Report, Economic and Social Research Council - Science and Society Programme2004
Jenny Hatchard
Professor Tim Gray
Second stakeholder consultation2004
Jenny Hatchard
Professor Tim Gray
European Fisheries Ecosystem Plan: Stakeholder Consultation2003
Dr Kathryn Manzo
Professor Tim Gray
Playing mother: Narratives of Britishness in New Labour attitudes toward Europe2003
Jenny Hatchard
Professor Tim Gray
Stakeholders and the reform of the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy: the institutionalisation of a consultation culture?2003
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
The 2002 reform of the Common Fisheries Policy's system of governance - rhetoric or reality?2003
Professor Tim Gray
Fisheries science and fishers' knowledge2002
Professor Derek Bell
Professor Tim Gray
The Ambiguous Role of the Environment Agency in England and Wales2002
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Ella Ritchie OBE
The changing strategies of environmental non-governmental organisations in the UK in the 1990s2000
Professor Tim Gray
The Politics of Water Scarcity in the Middle East2000
Professor Tim Gray
Water Politics in the Middle East: A Context for Conflict or Cooperation?2000
Professor Tim Gray
An autonomy-based justification for intellectual property rights of indigenous communities1999
Professor Tim Gray
Roderick Hague
Sandeels, sailors, sandals & suits: The strategy of the environmental movement in relation to the fishing industry1999
Professor Tim Gray
The Politics of Genetic Resource Control 1999
Professor Tim Gray
Sustainable development and the International Whaling Commission's moratorium on commercial whaling1998
Professor Tim Gray
The Politics of Fishing1998
Professor Tim Gray
Freedom1991