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Presentations from the conference:

Alan Haynie: Management, the environment, and fisher behavior - Lessons from the United States Bering Sea


Burton Ayles: Co-management of commercial fisheries in the Western Canadian Arctic: A new governance agreement for new and emerging fisheries

Devon Thorsel: An Evaluation of Oil Pollution Prevention Strategies in the Arctic

Gunnar Sander: International legal obligationsfor EIA and SEA in theArctic Ocean

Jan Sundet: Having it both ways – the Norwegian management of the red king crab

Jared Woollacott: The integrated assessment of critical ecosystem dynamics in a marine shery

Joan Nymand Larsen: Resource Stewards and Users in the New Arctic

Kathryn Bryk Friedman: Transboundary governance capacity in the Arctic -Lessons from the Laurentian Great Lakes?

Kim Østergaard og Christian Frier: Legal gaps in the Arctic Regulatory Framework - FORMAL AND INFORMAL SOURCES OF LAW

Níels Einarsson: Reflections on Effectiveness and Externalities of Market-Based Fisheries Governance Systems in the Arctic

Parnuna Egede: Co-management in the making - balancing knowledge-sharing with interests and conflicts

Þórólfur Matthíasson: Profit and invisible resource rent in fisheries - ITQs, rent distribution and local communities Icelandic experiences

Rosemary Rayfuse: Stewardship of the Central Arctic Ocean: The Arctic 5 versus the international community

Ryan Holmes: A Sustainability Assessment of LNG as a Marine Fuel: A Development Opportunity for the Arctic?

Sue E. Moore: Marine mammals as Ecosystem Sentinels and Guides to Holistic Adaptive Management

Thorir Sigurdsson: AHistorical Example of Fisheries Mismanagement: The Case of Atlanto-Scandian Herring

Tore Henriksen: Arctic marine fisheries: Lessons learnt from the North-East Atlantic fisheries regimes?

Vincent Gallucci: GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE: The Far East and Evolving Arctic Council