Tim Cashion
Tim Cashion
Fisheries Economics Research Unit, University of British Columbia
Verified email at oceans.ubc.ca
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Global marine fisheries discards: A synthesis of reconstructed data
D Zeller, T Cashion, M Palomares, D Pauly
Fish and Fisheries 19 (1), 30-39, 2018
1352018
Most fish destined for fishmeal production are food‐grade fish
T Cashion, F Le Manach, D Zeller, D Pauly
Fish and Fisheries 18 (5), 837-844, 2017
932017
Review and advancement of the marine biotic resource use metric in seafood LCAs: a case study of Norwegian salmon feed
T Cashion, S Hornborg, F Ziegler, ES Hognes, P Tyedmers
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 21 (8), 1106-1120, 2016
362016
Ex-vessel fish price database: Disaggregating prices for low-priced species from reduction fisheries
TC Tai, T Cashion, VWY Lam, W Swartz, UR Sumaila
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 363, 2017
342017
Reconstructing global marine fishing gear use: Catches and landed values by gear type and sector
T Cashion, D Al-Abdulrazzak, D Belhabib, B Derrick, E Divovich, ...
Fisheries Research 206, 57-64, 2018
272018
Global reduction fisheries and their products in the context of sustainable limits
T Cashion, P Tyedmers, RWR Parker
Fish and Fisheries 18 (6), 1026-1037, 2017
162017
Fisheries in Somali waters: Reconstruction of domestic and foreign catches for 1950–2015
T Cashion, SM Glaser, L Persson, PM Roberts, D Zeller
Marine Policy 87, 275-283, 2018
72018
The end use of marine fisheries landings
T Cashion
Fisheries Centre Research Reports, 2016
72016
Using harmonized historical catch data to infer the expansion of global tuna fisheries
A Coulter, T Cashion, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, S Popov, G Tsui, ...
Fisheries Research 221, 105379, 2020
52020
Achieving sustainable and equitable fisheries requires nuanced policies not silver bullets
AM Cisneros-Montemayor, T Cashion, DD Miller, TC Tai, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (9), 1334-1334, 2018
42018
Establishing company level fishing revenue and profit losses from fisheries: A bottom-up approach
T Cashion, S de la Puente, D Belhabib, D Pauly, D Zeller, UR Sumaila
PloS one 13 (11), e0207768, 2018
32018
Supporting early career researchers: insights from interdisciplinary marine scientists
EJ Andrews, S Harper, T Cashion, J Palacios-Abrantes, J Blythe, J Daly, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 77 (2), 476-485, 2020
22020
Status, trends, and the future of fisheries in the East and South China Seas
LSL Teh, T Cashion, JJ Alava, WWL Cheung, UR Sumaila
12019
A global fishing gear dataset for integration into the Sea Around Us global fisheries databases
T Cashion, D Al-Abdulrazzak, D Belhabib, B Derrick, E Divovich, ...
Fisheries Centre Research Reports, 2018
12018
Taking stock: a Large Marine Ecosystem perspective of socio-economic and ecological trends in East China Sea fisheries
LSL Teh, T Cashion, WWL Cheung, UR Sumaila
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 1-24, 2020
2020
Closing the high seas to fisheries: Possible impacts on aquaculture
DP Martinell, T Cashion, R Parker, UR Sumaila
Marine Policy, 103854, 2020
2020
Low cost conservation: Fishing gear threats to marine species
T Cashion, TC Tai, VWY Lam, D Pauly, UR Sumaila
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
65 Sustainability of fish-derived feed inputs: an ecological perspective
P Tyedmers, T Cashion, R Parker
Journal of Animal Science 97 (Supplement_3), 66-67, 2019
2019
The impact of biomass fishing for feed on catch and revenues from the East and South China Seas
T Cashion, UR Sumaila
Fisheries Centre Research Reports 27 (1), 86-99, 2019
2019
Taking Stock: Status and Trends of East China Sea Fisheries
LSL Teh, T Cashion, W Cheung, UR Sumaila
Fisheries Centre Research Reports 27 (1), 16-63, 2019
2019
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