Global Fishing Watch and our research partners have produced the following publications and tools based on the application of our fishing activity data. Research is a cornerstone of our transparency platform. These research products advance our understanding of fishing activity to better inform policy and market decisions governing fisheries sustainability.
Publications Global Fishing Watch 2018-01-05T10:12:29+00:00
Kroodsma, David; Sullivan, Brian, The Future of the World Heritage Convention for marine conservation: celebrating 10 years of the World Heritage Marine Programme; Publ: 2016; p. 35-48, illus.*.
Kroodsma, D.A., N.A. Miller, and A. Roan, August 2017. Global Fishing Watch, SkyTruth
White, T.D., Carlisle, A.B., Kroodsma, D.K., Block, B.A., Casagrandi, K., De Leo, G.A., Gatto, M., Micheli, F., McCauley, D.J.. March 2017. Biological Conservation. Volume 207, Pages 64–71
Jablonicky, C., McCauley, D., Kroodsma, D., Boerder, K., Dunn, D., Aug 27th, 2016. Policy Brief. Nereus Program.
Robards, M., Silber, G., Adams, J., Arroyo, J., Lorenzini, D., Schwehr, K., and Amos, J. 2016. Bulletin of Marine Science 92, 75–103.
Souza, E. N. de, Boerder, K., Matwin, S. and Worm, B. 2016. PLOS ONE 11, e0158248.
Douglas J. McCauley, Paul Woods, Brian Sullivan, Bjorn Bergman, Caroline Jablonicky, Aaron Roan, Michael Hirshfield, Kristina Boerder, Boris Worm. Science. March 11, 2016