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  Volume 67, Number 3, July 2013

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Special Issue on the Human Dimensions of Small-Scale and Traditional Fisheries in the Asia-Pacific Region

Guest editors: John N. Kittinger and Edward W. Glazier

Human Dimensions of Small-Scale and Traditional Fisheries in the Asia-Pacific Region

pp. 315-325

The Pacific Science Association and Human Dimensions Research in the Asia-Pacific Region

pp. 327-328

Mahele: Sustaining Communities through Small-Scale Inshore Fishery Catch and Sharing Networks

pp. 329-344

Seafood and Society on O‘ahu in the Main Hawaiian Islands

pp. 345-359

Participatory Fishing Community Assessments to Support Coral Reef Fisheries Comanagement

pp. 361-381

Effort Triggers, Fish Flow, and Customary Exchange in American Samoa and the Northern Marianas: Critical Human Dimensions of Western Pacific Fisheries

pp. 383-393

Traditional Knowledge, Use, and Management of Living Marine Resources in American Samoa: Documenting Changes over Time through Interviews with Elder Fishers

pp. 395-407

Contrasts in Social and Ecological Assessments of Coral Reef Health in Melanesia

pp. 409-424

Historical Patterns of Resource Exploitation and the Status of Papua New Guinea Coral Reefs

pp. 425-440

Customary Marine Resource Knowledge and Use in Contemporary Hawai‘i

pp. 441-460

Design of Realistic Hybrid Marine Resource Management Programs in Oceania

pp. 461-476

Carving a Niche or Cutting a Broad Swath: Subsistence Fishing in the Western Pacific

pp. 477-488

Pacific Science Association

pp. 489-491

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