Namibia’s Fisheries: Ecological, Economic, and Social Aspects

Editors

Ussif Rashid Sumaila, David Boyer, Morten D. Skogen, Stein Ivar Steinshamn

Contents:

Front pages (Title, Table of Contents, Contributors, Acknowledgements, Foreword)
Introduction and overview
PART I. ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS
CHAPTER 1
A direct estimate of the Namibian upwelling flux
Morten D. Skogen
CHAPTER 2
The effects of internal and external control on the Northern Benguela ecosystem
Johanna J. Heymans
CHAPTER 3
Biodiversity of the Namibian Exclusive Economic Zone: A breif review with emphasis on online databases
Maria Lourdes D. Palomares and Daniel Pauly
CHAPTER 4
On Namibia’s marine fish diversity
Gabriella Bianchi, Elizabeth Lundsør and Hashali Hamukuaya
CHAPTER 5
Reconstruction and interpretation of marine fisheries catches from Namibian waters, 1950 to 2000
Nico E. Willemse and Daniel Pauly
CHAPTER 6
Management regulations of Namibian angling fish species
Johannes Andries Holtzhausen and Carola Heidrun Kirchner
CHAPTER 7
Aggregation dynamics and behaviour of the Cape horse mackerel (Trachurus trachurus capensis) in the Northern Benguela – implications for acoustic abundance estimation
Bjørn Erik Axelsen, Jens-Otto Krakstad and Graca Bauleth-D’Almeida
PART 2. ECONOMIC ASPECTS
CHAPTER 8
A brief overview of current bioeconomic studies of Namibian fisheries
Ussif Rashid Sumaila and Stein Ivar Steinshamn
CHAPTER 9
Economic value of fish stocks and the national wealth of Namibia
Glenn-Marie Lange
CHAPTER 10
Benefits and costs of the Namibianisation policy
Claire W. Armstrong, Ussif Rashid Sumaila, Anna Erastus and Orton Msiska
CHAPTER 11
Economic valuation of the recreational shore fishery: a comparison of techniques
Jonathan Barnes, Fredrik Zeybrandt, Carola Kirchner, Alison Sakko, and james MacGregor
CHAPTER 12
The Namibian – South African hake fishery: Cost of non-cooperative management
Claire W. Armstrong and Ussif Rashid Sumaila
CHAPTER 13
A stochastic feedback model for optional management of Namibian sardine
Stein Ivar Steinshamn, Arne-Christian Lund and Leif K. Sandal
PART 3. SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS
CHAPTER 14
Institutional and industrial perspectives on fisheries management in Namibia
Bendigt Maria Olsen
CHAPTER 15
Against all odds: taking control of the Namibian fisheries
Per Erik Bergh and Sandy Davies
CHAPTER 16
Marine fisheries management in Namibia: Has it worked?
Paul Nichols
CHAPTER 17
Co-management: Namibia’s experience with two large-scale industrial fisheries – sardine and orange roughly
David Boyer and Burger Oelofsen
APPENDICES (Glossary of Acronyms, Contributors)

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