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Globalization, roving bandits, and marine resources
Berkes, F.; Hughes, T.P.; Steneck, R.S.; Wilson, J.A.; Bellwood, D.R.; Crona, B.; Folke, C.; Gunderson, L.H.; Leslie, H.M.; Norberg, J.; Nyström, M.; Olsson, P.; Österblom, H.; Scheffer, M.; Worm, B. (2006). Globalization, roving bandits, and marine resources. Science (Wash.) 311(5767): 1557-1558
In: Science (Washington). American Association for the Advancement of Science: New York, N.Y. ISSN 0036-8075, more
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Keywords
    Conservation; Marine resources; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Berkes, F.
  • Hughes, T.P.
  • Steneck, R.S.
  • Wilson, J.A.
  • Bellwood, D.R.
  • Crona, B.
  • Folke, C.
  • Gunderson, L.H.
  • Leslie, H.M.
  • Norberg, J.
  • Nyström, M.
  • Olsson, P.
  • Österblom, H.
  • Scheffer, M.
  • Worm, B.

Abstract
    Marine resource exploitation can deplete stocks faster than regulatory agencies can respond. Institutions with broad authority and a global perspective are needed to create a system with incentives for conservation.

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