Timothy Emery
Timothy Emery
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Are input controls required in individual transferable quota fisheries to address ecosystem based fisheries management objectives?
TJ Emery, BS Green, C Gardner, J Tisdell
Marine Policy 36 (1), 122-131, 2012
412012
Fishing for revenue: how leasing quota can be hazardous to your health
TJ Emery, K Hartmann, BS Green, C Gardner, J Tisdell
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (7), 1854-1865, 2014
352014
Does ‘race to fish’behaviour emerge in an individual transferable quota fishery when the total allowable catch becomes non‐binding?
TJ Emery, K Hartmann, BS Green, C Gardner, J Tisdell
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 151-169, 2014
322014
Excess capacity and efficiency in the quota managed Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishery
S Rust, S Yamazaki, S Jennings, T Emery, C Gardner
Marine Policy 76, 55-62, 2017
132017
Management issues and options for small scale holobenthic octopus fisheries
TJ Emery, K Hartmann, C Gardner
Ocean & Coastal Management 120, 180-188, 2016
122016
Measuring congruence between electronic monitoring and logbook data in Australian Commonwealth longline and gillnet fisheries
TJ Emery, R Noriega, AJ Williams, J Larcombe
Ocean & coastal management 168, 307-321, 2019
92019
Incorporating economics into fisheries management frameworks in Australia
TJ Emery, C Gardner, K Hartmann, I Cartwright
Marine Policy 77, 136-143, 2017
92017
The influence of nudges on compliance behaviour in recreational fisheries: a laboratory experiment
M Mackay, S Yamazaki, S Jennings, H Sibly, IE van Putten, TJ Emery
ICES Journal of Marine Science 77 (6), 2319-2332, 2020
82020
World Octopus Fisheries
WHH Sauer, IG Gleadall, N Downey-Breedt, Z Doubleday, G Gillespie, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture, 1-151, 2020
82020
Changes in logbook reporting by commercial fishers following the implementation of electronic monitoring in Australian Commonwealth fisheries
TJ Emery, R Noriega, AJ Williams, J Larcombe
Marine Policy 104, 135-145, 2019
82019
Tasmanian Scalefish Fishery 2014/15
T Emery, J Bell, J Lyle, K Hartmann
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, 2016
8*2016
An experimental analysis of assignment problems and economic rent dissipation in quota managed fisheries
TJ Emery, J Tisdell, BS Green, K Hartmann, C Gardner, R León
Ocean & Coastal Management 106, 10-28, 2015
82015
Insect biodiversity in three Sydney urban parklands with differing levels of human usage
TJ Emery, DL Emery
Urban Wildlife: More than meets the eye. Mosman, NSW: Royal Zoological …, 2004
72004
The use of electronic monitoring within tuna longline fisheries: implications for international data collection, analysis and reporting
TJ Emery, R Noriega, AJ Williams, J Larcombe, S Nicol, P Williams, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 2018
62018
Handled with care: Minimal impacts of appendage damage on the growth and productivity of the southern rock lobster (Jasus edwardsii)
TJ Emery, K Hartmann, BS Green, C Gardner
Fisheries research 175, 75-86, 2016
62016
Experimental analysis of the use of fishery closures and cooperatives to reduce economic rent dissipation caused by assignment problems
TJ Emery, J Tisdell, BS Green, K Hartmann, C Gardner, R León
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (9), 2650-2662, 2015
62015
The role of government and industry in resolving assignment problems in fisheries with individual transferable quotas
TJ Emery, C Gardner, K Hartmann, I Cartwright
Marine Policy 73, 46-52, 2016
42016
Beyond sustainability: is government obliged to increase economic benefit from fisheries in the face of industry resistance?
TJ Emery, C Gardner, K Hartmann, I Cartwright
Marine Policy 76, 48-54, 2017
32017
Tasmanian octopus fishery assessment 2015/2016
TJ Emery, K Hartmann
22016
Tasmanian giant crab fishery-13/14
T Emery, K Hartmann, C Gardner
22015
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