|A rapid assessment of co-benefits and trade-offs among Sustainable Development Goals|
GG Singh, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, W Swartz, W Cheung, JA Guy, ...
Marine Policy 93, 223-231, 2018
|A global estimate of seafood consumption by coastal indigenous peoples|
AM Cisneros-Montemayor, D Pauly, LV Weatherdon, Y Ota
PloS one 11 (12), e0166681, 2016
|An ocean of surprises–Trends in human use, unexpected dynamics and governance challenges in areas beyond national jurisdiction|
A Merrie, DC Dunn, M Metian, AM Boustany, Y Takei, AO Elferink, Y Ota, ...
Global Environmental Change 27, 19-31, 2014
|Committing to socially responsible seafood|
JN Kittinger, LCL Teh, EH Allison, NJ Bennett, LB Crowder, ...
Science 356 (6341), 912-913, 2017
|Adaptation strategies to climate change in marine systems|
DD Miller, Y Ota, UR Sumaila, AM Cisneros‐Montemayor, WWL Cheung
Global Change Biology 24 (1), e1-e14, 2018
|Modeling social—ecological scenarios in marine systems|
H ÷sterblom, A Merrie, M Metian, WJ Boonstra, T Blenckner, JR Watson, ...
BioScience 63 (9), 735-744, 2013
|An appeal for a code of conduct for marine conservation|
NJ Bennett, L Teh, Y Ota, P Christie, A Ayers, JC Day, P Franks, D Gill, ...
Marine Policy 81, 411-418, 2017
|Developing best practice for using Marxan to locate Marine Protected Areas in European waters|
RJ Smith, PD Eastwood, Y Ota, SI Rogers
ICES Journal of Marine Science 66 (1), 188-194, 2009
|Projected scenarios for coastal First Nations’ fisheries catch potential under climate change: management challenges and opportunities|
LV Weatherdon, Y Ota, MC Jones, DA Close, WWL Cheung
PloS one 11 (1), e0145285, 2016
|Small-scale fisheries under climate change in the Pacific Islands region|
Q Hanich, CCC Wabnitz, Y Ota, M Amos, C Donato-Hunt, A Hunt
Marine Policy 88, 279-284, 2018
|Ecotourism, climate change and reef fish consumption in Palau: Benefits, trade-offs and adaptation strategies|
CCC Wabnitz, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, Q Hanich, Y Ota
Marine Policy 88, 323-332, 2018
|The Channel habitat atlas for marine resource management (CHARM): an aid for planning and decision-making in an area under strong anthropogenic pressure|
CS Martin, A Carpentier, S Vaz, F Coppin, L Curet, JC Dauvin, ...
Aquatic Living Resources 22 (4), 499-508, 2009
|Fleet sizes, fishing effort and the ‘hidden’factors behind statistics: an anthropological study of small-scale fisheries in UK|
Y Ota, R Just
Marine Policy 32 (3), 301-308, 2008
|Social equity and benefits as the nexus of a transformative Blue Economy: A sectoral review of implications|
AM Cisneros-Montemayor, M Moreno-BŠez, M Voyer, EH Allison, ...
Marine Policy 109, 103702, 2019
|Transform high seas management to build climate resilience in marine seafood supply|
WWL Cheung, MC Jones, VWY Lam, D D Miller, Y Ota, L Teh, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (2), 254-263, 2017
|Moving beyond rights-based management: a transparent approach to distributing the conservation burden and benefit in tuna fisheries|
Q Hanich, Y Ota
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 28 (1), 135-170, 2013
|The role of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the international shipping sector|
L Coady, J Lister, C Strandberg, Y Ota
A phase 2, 2013
|The role of human rights in implementing socially responsible seafood|
LCL Teh, R Caddell, EH Allison, EM Finkbeiner, JN Kittinger, K Nakamura, ...
PloS one 14 (1), e0210241, 2019
|Considering Indigenous peoples and local communities in governance of the global ocean commons|
MK Vierros, AL Harrison, MR Sloat, GO Crespo, JW Moore, DC Dunn, ...
Marine Policy 119, 104039, 2020
|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