Publications by Anthony Charles
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- Ravagnan, E., Gjerstad, B., Provan, F., Gomiero, A., Hynes, S., Lestariadi, R.A., Charles, A., Riski Agung, Rodriguez Rodriguez, G., Timor, J., Wakamatsu, H., Adhuri, D.S., Imran, Z., Le Gallic, B., Salas, S. Sustainability of fisheries and aquaculture: the multidisciplinary approach as a key for success: an active discussion. Transdisciplinary research towards fisheries and aquaculture: a road to sustainability and social acceptance. Proceedings of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade Conference 2016. 11-15 July 2016, Aberdeen, Scotland. IIFET. Corvallis, USA. (2017).
- Armitage, D., F. Berkes, and A. Charles. Governing the Coastal Commons: Communities, Resilience and Transformation. Earthscan, Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Oxford, UK. (2016).
- Brown, H. C. Peach, R. Angus, D. Armitage, S. Brown, A. Charles, L. Khirfan, and J. MacFadyen. Building Resilient Coastal Communities in the Context of Climate Change. In: Building Community Resilience: From Dark Horses to White Steeds. (L. Brinklow and R. Gibson, editors). Island Studies Press. Charlottetown, PEI. (under review). (2016).
- Charles, A. Foreword, p.xii-xvii. In: Management Science in Fisheries: An Introduction to Simulation-Based Methods. (C.T.T. Edwards and D.J. Dankel, editors). Routledge. Oxford / New York. 460p. (2016).
- Pauly, D., and A. Charles. Counting on small-scale fisheries. Science 347(6219):242-243. (2015).
- Garcia, S.M., J. Rice and A. Charles. Governance of Marine Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation: Interaction and Co-evolution. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford, U.K. (2014).
- Charles, A. Human dimensions in marine ecosystem-based management. Chapter 3 in: The sea: ideas and observations on progress in the study of the seas, Volume 16: Marine ecosystem-based management. (M.J. Fogarty and J.J. McCarthy, editors). Harvard University Press. Cambridge, USA. 568p. (2014).
- Charles, A. Good practices for governance of small-scale fisheries, p.285-298. In: World Small Scale-Fisheries: Contemporary Visions (R. Chuenpagdee, editor). Eburon Publishing, Delft, The Netherlands. (2011).
- Miller, K., A. Charles, M. Barange, K. Brander, V.F. Gallucci, M.A. Gasalla, A. Khan, G. Munro, R. Murtugudde, R.E. Ommer, and R.I. Perry. Climate change, uncertainty, and resilient fisheries: Institutional responses through integrative science. Progress in Oceanography 87:338-346. (2010).
- Armitage, D., R. Plummer, F. Berkes, R. Arthur, A. Charles, I. Davidson-Hunt, A. Diduck, N. Doubleday, D. Johnson, M. Marschke, P. McConney, E. Pinkerton, and L. Wollenberg. Adaptive co-management for social-ecological complexity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(2):95-102. (2009).
- McConney, P., and A. Charles. Managing small-scale fisheries: Moving towards people-centred perspectives, p.532.545. In: Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management (R.Q. Grafton, R. Hilborn, D. Squires, M. Tait and M. Williams, editors). Oxford University Press. 784p. (2009).
- Arce-Ibarra, A.M., and A. Charles. Non-management of natural resources: the case of inland fisheries in the Mayan Zone, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Human Ecology 36: 853-860. (2008).
- Charles, A. Linking natural capital and physical capital: A review of renewable resource investment models, p.119-136. In: Advances in Fisheries Economics: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Gordon R. Munro. (T. Bjorndal, D. Gordon, R. Arnason, and R. Sumaila, editors). Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford, UK. (2007).
- de Young, C., A. Charles, and A. Hjort. Background Document on Social, Economic and Institutional Considerations of Applying the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries. Prepared for the FAO Expert Consultation on Economic, Social and Institutional Considerations of Applying the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management, 6-9 June 2006. Rome, Italy. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy. (2006).
- Charles, A. Toward Sustainable and Resilient Fisheries: A Fishery-System Approach to Overcoming the Factors of Unsustainability, p. 221-233. In: Overcoming Factors of Unsustainability and Overexploitation in Fisheries: Selected Papers on Issues and Approaches. International Workshop on the Implementation of the International Fisheries Instruments and Factors of Unsustainability and Overexpoitation in Fisheries Siem Reap, Cambodia, 13-16 September 2004. (J. Swan and D. Greboval, editors). FAO Fisheries Report. No. 782. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy. (2005).
- Charles, A. Sustainable Fishery Systems. Wiley-Blackwell (formerly Blackwell Science). Oxford UK. 384p. (2001).
- de Young, B., R. M. Peterman, A. R. Dobell, E. Pinkerton, Y. Breton, A. T. Charles, M. J. Fogarty, G. R. Munro, and C. Taggart. Canadian Marine Fisheries in a Changing and Uncertain World. Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. No. 129, 199p. (1999).
- Loucks, L., A. Charles, and M. Butler (Editors). Managing Our Fisheries, Managing Ourselves. Gorsebrook Research Institute. Halifax, Canada. 83p. (1998).
- Charles, A. Presentation to the Standing Senate Committee on Fisheries Concerning Privatization and Quota Licensing for Canada’s Fisheries. Unpublished manuscript, Saint Mary’s University. Halifax, NS, Canada. (1998).
- Gunn, E., Lane, D., and A. Charles. Special Issue: Fisheries Management. INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research 34:155-196. (1996).
- Charles, A. Fish, people and institutions in the coastal zone: New directions for policy, management and research. A Brief presented to the Independent World Commission on the Oceans. Halifax, Canada. (1996).
- Charles, A. Sustainability Assessment for Fishery Systems. Working Paper FMS#07-95, Saint Mary’s University. Halifax, Canada. (1995).
- Charles, A. Sustainability assessment and bio-socio-economic analysis: Tools for integrated coastal development, p.115-125. In: Philippine Coastal Resources Under Stress. (M.A. Juinio-Meñez and G. Newkirk, editors). Coastal Resources Research Network, Halifax, Canada, and Marine Science Institute, Quezon City, Philippines. (1995).
- Charles, A. Bio-socio-economic dynamics and multidisciplinary models in small-scale fisheries research, p.603-608. In: Research and Small-Scale Fisheries. (J.R. Durand, J. Lemoalle and J. Weber, editors). ORSTOM, Paris, France. (1991).