Laurenne Schiller
Laurenne Schiller
Liber Ero Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University
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The demise of Darwin's fishes: evidence of fishing down and illegal shark finning in the Galápagos Islands
L Schiller, JJ Alava, J Grove, G Reck, D Pauly
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25 (3), 431-446, 2015
742015
Integrating climate adaptation and biodiversity conservation in the global ocean
DP Tittensor, M Beger, K Boerder, DG Boyce, RD Cavanagh, ...
Science Advances 5 (11), eaay9969, 2019
632019
High seas fisheries play a negligible role in addressing global food security
L Schiller, M Bailey, J Jacquet, E Sala
Science Advances 4 (8), eaat8351, 2018
412018
The role of corporate social responsibility in creating a Seussian world of seafood sustainability
M Bailey, H Packer, L Schiller, M Tlusty, W Swartz
Fish and Fisheries, 2018
352018
Not all who wander are lost: Improving spatial protection for large pelagic fishes
K Boerder, L Schiller, B Worm
Marine Policy 105, 80-90, 2019
282019
Searching for market-based sustainability pathways: Challenges and opportunities for seafood certification programs in Japan
W Swartz, L Schiller, UR Sumaila, Y Ota
Marine Policy 76, 185-191, 2017
252017
Global catches of large pelagic fishes, with emphasis on the high seas
F Le Manach, P Chavance, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, A Lindop, ...
Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries: A critical appraisal of catches and …, 2016
242016
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
212020
Physiology of swimming and migration in tunas
RE Shadwick, LL Schiller, DS Fudge
Swimming physiology of fish, 45-78, 2013
142013
Seafood traceability and consumer choice
EE Tamm, L Schiller, RH Hanner
Seafood authenticity and traceability, 27-45, 2016
92016
A Reconstruction of fisheries catches for the Galápagos Islands, 1950-2010
L Schillera, D Paulya
92013
Rapidly increasing eco‐certification coverage transforming management of world’s tuna fisheries
L Schiller, M Bailey
Fish and Fisheries 22 (3), 592-604, 2021
62021
Tuna be, or not tuna be: Using catch data to observe the ecological impacts of commercial tuna fisheries in the Pacific Ocean at varying spatial scales
LL Schiller
University of British Columbia, 2014
52014
Decadal changes in international advocacy toward the conservation of highly migratory fishes
L Schiller, G Auld, H Sinan, M Bailey
Conservation Letters, e12827, 2021
12021
The Rise and Biodiversity Relevance of Private Governance in Canada’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Sectors
L Schiller, T Mason, R Govender, K Short, M Bailey
Policy Matters, 91, 2016
12016
On the influence of private stakeholders in the governance of international tuna fisheries
L Schiller
2021
Global catches of large pelagic fishes, with emphasis on tuna in the high seas3
F Le Manacha, AM Cisneros-Montemayorc, A Lindopa, A Padillaa, ...
So long, and thanks for all the fish: The Sea Around Us, 1999-2014 A Fifteen …, 2014
2014
A reconstruction of fisheries catches for the Galapagos Islands 1950-2010 Schiller et al 2013
L Schiller, JJ Alava, J Grove, G Reck, D Pauly
2013
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