Publications

Dr. Bailey’s Profile on Google Scholar

PEER REVIEWED PAPERS (Underlined names represent HQP I supervise or have supervised)

2022

65Schiller L, Hussain S, Bodwitch H, Bailey M, and Auld G. 2022. Evaluation the roles and research of philanthropic foundations in sustainability efforts for tuna. Conservation Science and Practice

64Shellock B, Cvitanovic C, MacKay M, McKinnon M, Blythe J, Kelly R…. and Wisz M. 2022. Breaking down barriers: The identification of actions to promote gender equality in interdisciplinary marine research institutions. One Earth 5: 1-22.

63Bodwitch H, Song AM, Temby O, Reid J, Bailey M, and Hickey GM. 2022. Why New Zealand’s Indigenous reconciliation process has failed to empower Māori fisheries: Distributional, procedural, and recognition-based injustices. World Development 157: 105894.

62Zurba M, Petriello MA, Madge C, McCarney P, Bishop B, McBeth S, Denniston M, Bodwitch H, and Bailey M. 2022. Learning from knowledge co-production research and practice in the twenty-first century: Global lessons and what they mean for collaborative research in Nunatsivut. Sustainability Science 17(2): 449-467.

61Cisnoeros-Montemayor AM, Sinan H, Nguyen T, Da Rocha JM, Sumaila UR, Skerritt D, Schuhbauer A, Sanjurjo E, and Bailey M. 2022. A constructive critique of the World Trade Organization draft agreement on harmful fisheries subsidies. Marine Policy 135: 104872.

60Sinan H, Bailey M, Hanich Q, and Azmi K. Common but differentiated rights and responsibilities in tuna fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries 23(1): 202-2012.

2021

59Bailey M and Snook J. Warming-driving changes in Arctic fish communities must not leave local Indigenous communities out in the cold. 2021. One Earth 4(12): 1676-1677.

58Sinan H, Bailey M, and Swartz W. 2021. Disentangling politics in the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission. Marine Policy 133: 104781.

57Schiller L, Auld G, Sinan H, and Bailey M. Decadal changes in international advocacy toward the conservation of highly migratory fishes. Conservation Letters 14(6): e12827.

56Seto K, Galland GR, McDonald A, Abolhassani A, Azmi K, Sinan H, Timmiss T, Bailey M, and Hanich Q. 2021. Resource allocation in transboundary tuna fisheries: A global analysis. Ambio 50(1): 242-259.

55Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, and Bailey M. 2021. Inuit food security as a consequence of fragmented marine resource management policies? Arctic 74: 40-55.

54Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, Dale A, and Bailey M. 2021. Equitable Allocations in Northern Fisheries: Bridging the Divide for Labrador Inuit. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8(93): 1-19.

53Schiller L and Bailey M. 2021. Rapidly increasing eco‐certification coverage transforming management of world’s tuna fisheries. Fish and Fisheries: https://doi.org/10.1111/faf.12539

2020

52Packer H, Schmidt J and Bailey M. 2020.  Social networks and seafood sustainability governance: Exploring the relationship between social capital and the performance of fishery improvement projects. People and Nature. https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10116

51Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Ota Y, Bailey M, Hicks C, Khan AS, Rogers A, Sumaila UR, Virdin J and He K. 2020. Changing the narrative on fisheries subsidies reform: Enabling transitions to achieve SDG 14.6 and beyond. Marine Policy 117: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.103970

50Le Manach F, Jacquet J, Bailey M, Jouanneau C and Nouvian C. 2020. Small is beautiful but large is certified: A comparison between fisheries the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) features in its promotional materials and MSC-certified fisheries. PLoS One 15(5).

49Wills C and Bailey M. 2020. Tuna trade-offs: Balancing profit and social benefits in one of the world’s largest fisheries. Fish and Fisheries. https://doi.org/10.1111/faf.12458

48Seto K, Galland G, McDonald A, Abolhassani A, Azmi K, Sinan H, Timmiss T, Bailey M, and Quentin Hanich. 2020. Resource allocation in transboundary tuna fisheries: A global analysis. Ambio 1-18.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-020-01371-3

47Kourantidou M, Hoover C and Bailey M. 2020. Indicators as boundary objects to integrate Inuit knowledge and western science for marine resource governance. Arctic Science. https://doi.org/10.1139/as-2019-0013

46Sinan H, and Bailey M. 2020. Understanding barriers in Indian Ocean Tuna Commission allocation negotiations for fishing opportunities. Sustainability 12(16):  

45Andriamahefazafy M, Bailey M, Sinan H and Kull C. 2020. The paradox of sustainable tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean: between visions of blue economy and realities of accumulation. Sustainability Science 15(1): 75-81.

44Bradford J, Bailey M and Filgueira R. 2020. Underwater community gardens?  Exploring community-based marine aquaculture as a coastal resource management strategy in Nova Scotia, Canada. FACETS 5(1): 26-48.

43Snook J, Akearok J, Palliser T, Hoover C, Cunsolo A, and Bailey M. 2020. “The opportunity for Inuit in the commercial fishery is pretty significant”: Enhancing fisheries co-management in the Eastern Arctic. Northern Public Affairs.

2019

42Tlusty M, Tyedmers P, Bailey M, et al. In press. Three steps to mainstream seafood into the global agenda on ecosystem and human health. Global Environmental Change 59.

41Stoll J, Bailey M and Jonell M. 2019. Alternative pathways to sustainable seafood. Conservation Letters 13(1).

40Goodman AJ, Callaghan C, Bailey M, Walker T and Brillant S. 2019. A Ghostly Issue: Managing abandoned, lost and discarded lobster fishing gear in the Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada. Ocean and Coastal Management 181: 104925.

39Weitzman J, and Bailey M. 2019. Communicating a risk controversy: Exploring the public discourse on net-pen aquaculture within Canadian media. Aquaculture 507: 172-183.

38Packer H, Swartz W, Ota Y, and Bailey M. 2019. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of the largest seafood suppliers in the wild capture fisheries sector: From vision to action. Sustainability 11(8): doi:10.3390/su11082254

37Sumaila R, Tai T, Lam VWY, Cheung, WWL, Bailey M, Cisneros-Montemayor A, Chen OL, and Gulati SS.  2019. Benefits to the Paris Agreement to ocean life, economies, and people. Science Advances 5(2): 1-9

36Borland M, and Bailey M. 2019. Benchmarking data of the Fair Trade USA Capture Fisheries Standard and the Marine Stewardship Council Fisheries Standard against the Food and Agricultural Organizations Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Small-Scale Fisheries. Data in Brief. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.103850

35Borland M and Bailey M. 2019. A tale of two standards: The case of the USA Fair Trade certified Maluku yellowfin tuna handline fishery. Marine Policy 100: 353-360.  doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.12.004

2018

34Hanich Q, Rotjan R, Aqorau T, Bailey M Campbell B, Gray N, Gruby R, Hampton J, Ota Y, Parris H, Reid C, Sumaila UR, Swartz W. 2018. Unravelling the Blue Paradox: Incomplete analysis yields incorrect conclusions about Phoenix Island Protected Area closure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1815600115

33Schiller L, Bailey M, Jacquet J and Sala E. 2018. High seas fisheries play a negligible role in addressing global food security. Science Advances 4(8): DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat8351

32Bailey M, Packer H, Schiller L, Tlusty M and Swartz W. 2018. The role of corporate social responsibility in creating a Seussian world of seafood sustainability. Fish and Fisheries. Doi.org/10.1111/faf.12289.

31Bennett N, Kaplan-Hallam M, Augustine G, Ban N, Belhabib D, Brueckner-Irwin I, Charles A, Couture J, Eger S, Fanning L, Foley P, Goodfellow AM, Greba L, Gregr E, Hall D, Harper S, Maloney B, McIsaac J, Ou W, Pinkerton E, Porter D, Sparrow R, Stephenson R, Stocks A, Sumaila UR, Sutcliffe T and Bailey M. 2018. Coastal and Indigenous community access to marine resources and the ocean: A policy imperative for Canada. Marine Policy 87: 186-193.

30Edmondson E, Abraham Gerhartz A, Fanning L and Bailey M. 2018. Addressing tensions between participation and protection: Use of the U.S. Antiquities Act of 1906 in marine conservation. Ocean Yearbook 32.

29Yeeting AD, Weikard H-P, Bailey M, Ram-Bidesi V and Bush SR. 2018. Stabilising cooperation through pragmatic tolerance: The case of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) tuna fishery. Regional Environmental Change DOI 10.1007/s10113-017-1219-0

28Weitzman J and Bailey M. 2018. Perceptions of aquaculture ecolabels: A multi-stakeholder approach in Nova Scotia, Canada. Marine Policy 87: 12-22.

2017

27Bailey M. Shining a light on seafood mislabeling through respectful debate. Conservation Letters 10(6): 654-655.

26VanderZwaag D, Bailey M and Shackell N. 2017. Fisheries management in the Gulf of Maine: Taking stock and charting future coordinates in the wake of climate change. Ocean Yearbook 31: 1-26.

25Bush S, Bailey M, van Zwieten P, Kochen M, Wiryawan B, Doddema A and Mangunsong S. 2017. Private provision of public information in tuna fisheries. Marine Policy 77: 130-135.

2016

24Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Cheung WWC, Bodtker K, Teh L, Steiner N, Bailey M, Hoover C and Sumaila R. 2016. Towards an integrated database of Canadian ocean resources: Benefits, current states, and research gaps. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 10.1139/cjfax-2015-0573: 1-10.

23Schiller L, Mason T, Govender R, Short K and Bailey M. 2016. The rise and relevance of private governance in Canada’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors. IUCN Policy Matters 21: 92-108.

22Kossmann C, Behagel J and Bailey M. 2016. Action and inertia in collaborative governance. Marine Policy 72: 21-30.

21Bailey M and Egels-Zanden N. 2016. Transparency and traceability for just seafood systems. Solutions 7(4): 66-73.

20Bailey M, Bush SR, Oosterveer P and Larastiti L. 2016. Fishers, Fair Trade and finding middle ground. Fisheries Research 182: 59-68.

19Bailey M, Favaro B, Otto S, Charles T, Devillers R, Metaxas A, Tyedmers P, Ban NC, Mason T, Hoover C, Duck TJ, Fanning L, Milley C, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Pauly D, Cheung WWL, Cullis-Suzuki S, Teh L Sumaila R. 2016. Canada at a Crossroad: The imperative for realigning ocean policy with ocean science. Marine Policy 63: 53-60.

18Yeeting A, Bush SR, Ram-Bidesi V and Bailey M. 2016. Implications of new economic policy instruments for tuna management in the western and central Pacific. Marine Policy 63: 45-52.

17Bailey M, Bush SR, Miller A, and Kochen M. 2016. The role of traceability in transforming seafood governance in the global South. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 18: 25-32.

16Bailey M, Miller AMM, Bush SR, van Zwieten PAM and Wiryawan B. 2016. Closing the incentive gap: The role of public and private actors in managing Indonesia’s tuna fisheries. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 18: 25-32.

2015

15Bailey M and Sumaila, UR. 2015. Destructive fishing and fisheries enforcement in Eastern Indonesia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 530: 195-211.

14Libre SVD, van Voorn G, ten Broek G, Bailey M, et al. 2015. Effects of social factors on fishing effort: The case of the Philippine tuna purse seine fishery. Fisheries Research 172: 250-260.

13Hanich Q, Campbell B, Bailey M and Molenaar E. 2015. Research into fisheries equity and fairness – addressing conservation burden concerns in transboundary fisheries. Marine Policy 51: 302-304.

2014

12Bush SR, Oosterveer P, Bailey M and Mol A. 2014.. Sustainability governance in chains and networks: A review and future outlook. Journal of Cleaner Production 107: 8-19.

2013

11Bailey M, Paisley RK, Ishimura G and Sumaila UR. 2013. Moving beyond catch in allocation approaches for internationally shared fish stocks. Marine Policy 40: 124-136.

10Bush, SR, van Zwieten PAM and Bailey M. 2013. BESTTuna: Benefiting from equitable and sustainable trans-boundary tuna in the Western Pacific. Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs 5(3): 104-111.

9Christian C, Ainley D, Bailey M, Dayton P, Hocevar J, LeVine M, Nikoloyuk J, Nouvian C, Velarde E, Werner R and Jacquet J. 2013. Not “the best environmental choice in seafood”: A response to Gutiérrez and Agnew (2013). Biological Conservation 165: 214-215.

8Christian C, Ainley D, Bailey M, Dayton P, Hocevar J, LeVine M, Nikoloyuk J, Nouvian C, Velarde E, Werner R and Jacquet J. 2013. A review of formal objections to Marine Stewardship Council fisheries certifications. Biological Conservation 161: 10-17.

7Bailey M, Sumaila UR and Martell SJD. 2013. Can cooperative management of tuna in the western Pacific solve the growth overfishing problem? Strategic Behavior and the Environment, 3(1-2): 31-66.

6Ishimura G and Bailey M. 2013. The market value of freshness: Observations from the swordfish and blue shark longline fishery in Kesennuma, Japan. Fisheries Science 79(3): 47-55.

5Hoover C, Bailey M, Higdon J, Ferguson S and Sumaila UR. 2013. Estimating the value of narwhal and beluga hunts in Hudson Bay, Nunavut. Arctic 60(1): 1-16.

2012

4Bailey M, Flores J, Pokajam S and Sumaila UR. 2012. Towards better management of Coral Triangle tuna. Ocean and Coastal Management 63, 30-42.

2010

3Bailey M, Sumaila UR and Lindroos M. 2010. Application of game theory to fisheries over three decades. Fisheries Research 102: 1-8.

2008

2Bailey M, Rotinsulu C and Sumaila UR. 2008. The migrant anchovy fishery in Kabui Bay, Raja Ampat, Indonesia: Catch, profitability and income distribution. Marine Policy 32: 483-488.

1Bailey M, Petrie SA and Badzinski SS. 2008. Diets of mute swans in lower Great Lakes coastal marshes. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(3): 726-732.

SPECIAL ISSUES

Duncan J and Bailey M. 2016. Towards Sustainable Food Futures. Special Issue Solutions 7:4.

BOOKS

Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M and Cheung WCC. In preparation. Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press. Expected 2021

Duncan J and Bailey M. 2017. Food Secure Futures: Multidisciplinary Solutions. Routledge 213 pp.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL. In press. Canada’s Oceans and Coasts: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. Chapter 1 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

Jones R, Doubleday N, Bailey M, Paul K, Taylor F, and Pulsifer P. In press. Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada: Current Status. Chapter 2 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

Bailey M, and Charles A. In press. Lobsters and livelihoods: An access story. Chapter 6 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

Hoover C, Snook J, Akearok J, Palliser T, Giles A, Basterfield M, Dale A, Kourantidou M, Cunsolo A, and Bailey M. In press. The role of fisheries co-management in addressing access and allocation inequities in Eastern Inuit Nunangat. Chapter 8 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

Jones R, Doubleday N, Bailey M, Paul K, Taylor F, and Pulsifer P. In press. Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada: The Path Forward. Chapter 14 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

Amos H, and Bailey M. 2020. Linking small-scale fishing and community capitals: The case of Atlantic cod. In Duncan J, Carolan M, and Wiskerke H (Eds). Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems.

McIlveen S, Schnurr R, Auld G, Arnold S, Flett K and Bailey M. 2019. Towards credibility of the Marine Stewardship Council. In Vogt M (ed) Sustainability Certification Schemes in the Agricultural and Natural Resource Sectors. Routledge. Chapter 9, 14 pp.

Bailey M. 2018. What is the role of private governance in contemporary fisheries management? In The Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development: Essays in Honor of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918–2002). Brill Publishers. Pp. 344-348.

Bailey M, Vestergaard N, amd Sumaila UR. 2017. Overcoming principal-agent problems in the governance of internationally shared fisheries. Game Theory Applications to Environmental Economics. Pp. 1-27.

Groeneveld R, Bush SR and Bailey M. 2017. Chapter 20: Private governance of ocean resources. Handbook on the Economics and Management for Sustainable Oceans. Edward Elgar Publishing. Pp. 416-428.

Bailey M, Quaatey S, Armah AK, Jacquet J, Khan A, Alder J and Sumaila UR. 2010. Meeting socioeconomic objectives in Ghana’s sardinella fishery. In DM Nanang and TK Nunifu (Eds) Natural Resources in Ghana: Management, Policy and Economics. Nova Publishers. Chapter 14, 17 pp.

Ishimura G and Bailey M. 2010. Defining sustainability of fishery resources. Sustainability Science, Vol. 1. United Nations University Press. Tokyo, Japan. Pp. 294-304.

REPORTS

Sinan H, and Bailey M. 2018. Guidance for an equitable bigeye tuna allocation through ICCAT in 2018. Report commissioned by IPNLF. 19 pp.

Bailey M. 2017. Towards equitable tuna allocations in the Indian Ocean. Report commissioned by IPNLF. 15 pp.

Bailey M Packer H, and Schiller L. 2017. Private seafood governance: Current state of play. Report commissioned by Sasakawa Peace Foundation. 29 pp.

Bailey M and Nouvian C. 2017. Europe’s reduction fisheries. Report commissioned by BLOOM Association.

Bailey M and Sumaila UR. 2013. Freshwater angling and the B.C. economy. Report commissioned by Freshwater Fisheries Society of British Columbia. 54 pp.

Munro G, Turris B, Clark C, Sumaila UR and Bailey M. 2009. Impacts of Harvesting Rights in Canadian Pacific Fisheries, Statistical and Economic Analysis Series, No 1-3, ISSN 1921-877X.  Ottawa, Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

CONFERENCE TALKS, PANELS,  LECTURES, AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS

2019
VenueAuthor(s)TitleTypeInvitedLocationDates
ArcticNetMcCarney P, Laing R, Janes J, & Bailey MSpecial session: Connecting community and ecological needs to address complexity in conservation planningOralnHalifax, NSDec 2-5
Food and Agriculture Organization: International Symposium on Fisheries Sustainability: Strengthening the Science-Policy NexusBaileyDeclined due to maternity leavePanelyRome, ItalyNov 21-22
Auditing Association Canada Annual ConferenceBaileySeafood traceability and transparencyOralyHalifax, NSSep 23
Nippon Foundation Nereus Science ConferenceBaileyOpportunities of changing ocean governance for sustainabilityPanelyPrinceton NJ, USASep 14-15
Policy Matters Speaker SeriesBaileyFood System Failure: Why fish is a forgotten policy optionPanelyHalifax, NSSep 17
International Ocean Institute Summer SchoolBaileyValue chains and sustainable seafood governanceLectureyHalifax, NSJune 27
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsSchaible J, Kourantidou M, &Bailey MInvestigating the certifiability of MSC certification for Nunatsiavut’s communal fisheries.PosternHalifax, NSMay 22-24
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsAmos H & Bailey MExploring the Alignment of Human Health and Environmental Health in Fish and Seafood Recommendations: a prospective studyPosternHalifax, NSMay 22-24
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsSinan H & Bailey MFish, humans & indicators: which one? An allocation regime based on socio-economic indicatorsPosternHalifax, NSMay 22-24
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsVanderkaden S, Milley C, & Bailey MSeal of approval: A case study for the possibilities and applications of using genetic testing for traceability in cod and seal value chainsPosternHalifax, NSMay 22-24
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsPacker H, Swartz W, Ota Y & Bailey MCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices of the Largest Seafood Suppliers in the Wild CaptureFisheries Sector: From Vision to ActionPosternHalifax, NSMay 22-24
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsPacker H, & Bailey MFull chain digital traceability in small-scale fisheries– an Indonesian case studyOralyHalifax, NSMay 22-24
5th Annual Duck Family GraduateWorkshop on EnvironmentalPolitics and GovernancePacker H, Swartz W, Ota Y & Bailey MCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices of the Largest Seafood Suppliers in the Wild CaptureFisheries Sector: From Vision to ActionOralnSeattle, WA, USAMay 15-17
European Association of Fisheries EconomistsKourantidou M & Bailey MEconomic and socioecological indicators for marineresource use and management in the ArcticOralnSantiago deCompostela, SpainApr 2-4
Crossroads Human Health Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, CanadaBailey“Ocean health is human health. They are the same thing”PanelyHalifax, NSMar 15
HutchingsBaileySustainable seafood movementLectureyHalifax, NSMar 11
       
2018
VenueAuthor(s)TitleTypeInvitedLocationDates
ArcticNetHoover C, Giles A, & Bailey MAllocation and Sub-Allocation of Nunavut Adjacent Commercial Fisheries ResourcesOralnOttawa, ONDec 10-14
United Nations Blue Economy ConferenceBaileySmall-scale fisheries in the context of the blue economyPanelyNairobi, KenyaNov 26-27
Canadian Scientific Advice Secretariat pre-meeting on marine protected area network monitoringBaileyyMontreal, PQNov14-16
Fireside chat with Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and OFIBaileyNAModeratoryHalifax, NSOct 22
Sustainable OceansPacker H, Swartz W, Ota Y & Bailey MCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices of the Largest Seafood Suppliers in the Wild CaptureFisheries Sector: From Vision to ActionnHalifax, NSSep 22 – 23
2018 Sustainable Oceans ConferenceCarmichael, E. & Bailey, M.Improving fisheries management by prioritizing geopoliticsPosternHalifax, NSSep 22 – 23
UBC Alumni EventBaileyIf fish is about people, so is academiaSeminaryVancouver, CanadaSep 28
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Alliance Cold Harvest ConferenceWeitzman J, Bailey MCanada’s public discourse on salmon farming: the media, stakeholders, and social licence”OralnSt. John’s, NLSep 26
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeSinan H & Bailey MEquitable allocation in RFMOs: Can theory be put into practice?OralnSeattle, WAJuly 16 – 20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradePacker H, Swartz W, Ota Y & Bailey MCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices of the Largest Seafood Suppliers in the Wild CaptureFisheries Sector: From Vision to ActionOralnSeattle, WAJuly 16 – 20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeCarmichael E, & Bailey MImproving fisheries management by prioritizing geopoliticsOralnSeattle, WAJuly 16-20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeGerhartz Abraham A, & Bailey MBenefits of Marine Protected Areas: A social ecological network perspectiveOralnSeattle, WAJuly 16-20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeSchiller L & Bailey MTuna Loins and Private Parts: The changing landscape of RFMO governanceOralnSeattle, USAJuly 16 – 20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeSchiller L & Bailey MHigh seas fisheries do not contribute to global food securityOralnSeattle, USAJuly 16 – 20
International Institute for Fisheries Economics and TradeBaileyNext generation RFMO governance: Climate change, allocations, and privatization, oh my!Special sessionnSeattle, USAJuly 16 – 20
Shad Dalhousie summer schoolBaileyTowards a food secure future for Canada and beyondLectureyHalifax, NSJuly 3
Public screening of the film “Bluefin”BaileyNAModeratoryHalifax, NSJune 7
Aquaculture Association of Canada Conference 2018Weitzman J & Bailey MExploring the public discourse on net-pen aquaculture within the Canadian media (Best student presentation award)OralnQuebec City, QCMay 29
Communities, Conservation and Livelihood ConferenceBorland M, & Bailey MA tale of two standards: A case study of the Fair Trade certified Maluku handline yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) fisheryOralnHalifax, NSMay 28-30
DFO-CHONe connectivity workshopGerhartz Abraham A,  & Bailey MSocial ecological tradeoffs in MPA network designOralnOttawa, ONMar
Fishermen and Scientists Research SocietyBaileyNAModeratoryHalifax, NSMar 7
       
       
2017
VenueAuthor(s)TitleTypeInvitedLocationDates
Senior College Association of Nova ScotiaBaileyIntergenerational Fisheries Access and the Future of Fish as FoodPublic lectureyHalifax, NSNov 23
Policy Matters Speaker SeriesBaileyFarms, Fisheries and Food: The Access Imperative for CanadaNov 22
Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia Shellfish Training ProgramWeitzman J and Bailey MSeafood certifications for the aquaculture industryOralnHalifax / Membertou, NSNov 7-10
2017 Sustainable Oceans ConferenceNormand E & Bailey MQuantifying external benefits associated with the production of Fair Trade Certified seafood: Underprovided and undervaluedPosternHalifax, NSSep 22 -23
2017 MARE ConferenceNormand E & Bailey MQuantifying external benefits associated with the production of Fair Trade Certified seafood: Underprovided and undervaluedOralnAmsterdam, NLJuly
International Ocean Institute summer school, Halifax, CanadaBaileyValue chains and sustainable seafood governanceLectureyHalifax, NSJuly
Aquaculture Canada and Sea Farmers Conference 2017Weitzman J, & Bailey MBarriers and benefits of ecolabels beyond consumers: a multi-stakeholder perspective and implications for use in aquacultureOralnHalifax, NSMay 30
Aquaculture Canada and Sea Farmers Conference 2017Bailey, Packer H, & Schiller LLearning from private governance wild capture fisheriesOralnHalifax, NSMay 30
Carleton UniversityBaileyEffective fisheries management through seafood traceability?LectureyOttawa, ONMay 25
BIO seminarGerhartz Abraham A & Bailey MLooking to Marine Protected Area Networks through the lens of social eoclogial systemsOralyHalifax, NAMay 19
CHONeGerhartz Abraham A, & Bailey MThe role of connectivity in designing MPA networksPosternOttawa, ONApr
Colby Environmental Studies Environmental Economics CourseBaileyTowards Equitable Fisheries Allocation in the Indian OceanLectureyWaterville, MN, USAApr19
Colby Environmental Studies Evening Environmental LectureBaileyEffective fisheries management through traceability: Balancing transparency and accessibilityPublic lectureyWaterville, MN, USAApr18
IPNLF Allocation MeetingBaileyTowards equitable allocation in the IOTCMale, MaldivesApr 12-14
North American Association of Fisheries EconomistsBaileyWhat are the drivers, benefits, and costs of seafood traceabilityOralnLa Paz, MexicoMar 22-24
Fishermen and Scientists Research SocietyBaileyFrontiers were made to be broken: Next generation collaborative research for fishermen and scientistsKeynoteyHalifax, NSFeb 23
MARA 5013BaileyAssessing the legitimacy of private Marine Protected AreasLectureyHalifax, NSJan 9
       
       
2016
VenueAuthor(s)TitleTypeInvitedLocationDates
Future of Food Law and Policy in Canada ConferenceBaileySelling our soul with our seafood? Balancing trade, food sovereignty and sustainabilityPanelyHalifax, NSNov 4
ESRI Oceans conferenceSchram C, & Bailey MSpatial protection for porbeagle sharks in the northwest Atlantic: the road to recovery?OralnRedlands, CaliforniaNov 3
Sustainable Oceans ConferenceBorland M, & Bailey MA tale of two standards: A case study of the Fair Trade certified Maluku handline yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) fisheryPosternHalifax, NSSep 30-Oct 1
Sustainable Oceans ConferenceStarr L, Bailey M, & Ganapathiraju PThe IUU toolbox: how breaking up the components of IUU fishing can contribute to their effective management through an area-based approachPosternHalifax, NSSep 30-Oct 1
Sustainable Oceans ConferenceSchram C, & Bailey MSpatial protection for porbeagle sharks in the northwest Atlantic: the road to recovery?OralnHalifax, NSSep 30-Oct 1
Sustainable Oceans ConferenceWessels P, & Bailey MEnhancing Small-Scale Fishing Communities Through the Advancement of Women’s Participation in the Sustainable Livelihoods FrameworkOralnHalifax, NSSep 30-Oct 1
Sustainable Oceans ConferenceWeitzman J, & Bailey MWhy label and for whom? Exploring stakeholder perceptions of aquaculture ecolabels: A Case Study of finfish aquaculture in Nova Scotia (Best student presentation award)OralnHalifax, NSSep 30-Oct 1
Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries (GAF6) ConferenceWessels P, & Bailey MEnhancing Small-Scale Fishing Communities Through the Advancement of Women’s Participation in the Sustainable Livelihoods FrameworkOral and PosternBangkok, ThailandAug 16
International Ocean Institute summer schoolBaileyValue chains and sustainable seafood governanceLectureHalifax, NSJuly 7
SHAD DalhousieBaileyTowards a food secure future for Canada and beyondLectureyHalifax, NSJuly 5
MARA 5013BaileyAssessing the legitimacy of private Marine Protected AreasLectureyHalifax, NSJan 21

AWARDS AND GRANTS

2020:$870,000
FunderAmountPICo-PIsProjectSub-allocationTerm (years)
University of Washington$430,000BaileyNippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Program$430,0001
Ocean Frontier Institute$4,000,000Bates, McCarney, MetaxasSustainable Nunatsiavut Futures$440,0005
2019:$584,600
FunderAmountPICo-PIsProjectSub-allocationTerm (years)
University of Washington$430,000BaileyNippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Program$430,0001
University of Washington$30,000BaileyNippon Litter Project$30,0001
SSHRC Connections$23,700BaileyCharles A (SMU)Diversifying Keynotes for the 2019 North American Association of Fisheries Economists$23,7001
ArcticNet$300,000Geoffroy M (MUN)Bailey M, Jonathon Fisher, Louis Fortier, Dominique RobertArcticFish: Fisheries resources in the changing Canadian Arctic Ocean$40,4002
DFO$14,000BaileyCharles A (SMU)Departmental Grants and Contracts: Conference Support$14,0001
Ocean Frontier Institute$25,000BaileyOliver E (Dalhousie) and Denniston M (Nunatsiavut Government)Identification of Community Priorities for Marine Planning in Nunatsiavut Through Collaborative Qualitative Analysis$25,0001
Ocean Frontier Institute$70,000Snook J (Torngat Secretariat)Bailey M, Cunsolo A (Labrador Institute), Dale A (Torngat)Ogak amma Ungatânut 100 | Cod and beyond 100$21,5002
2018:$341,940
FunderAmountPICo-PIsProjectSub-allocationTerm (years)
Nunavut Wildlife Management Board$65,000BaileyHussey N (University of Windsor)Revising the Policy for Commercial Fisheries Allocation in Nunavut$65,0001
Mitacs Career Connect$10,000BaileyFisheries Economics and Management$10,0000.5
SSHRC Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation Grant$50,000Snook J (Torngat Secretariat)Paliser T (Nunavic Marine Region Wildlife Board), Akearok J (Nunavut Wildlife Management Board), Bailey M, Cunsolo A (Labrador Institute)Inuit Self-Determination Through Equitable, Sustainable, and Economically Viable Access to Commercial Fisheries in the Eastern Arctic$50,0001
NSERC Strategic Partnership Grant$716,670Crossin G (Dalhousie)Bailey M, Whoriskey F (Dalhousie), and Hutchings JA (Dalhousie)Interactions Between Migration, Marine Survival, and Disease Susceptibility in Atlantic Salmon$60,0003
SSHRC Explore Grant$6,940BaileyDisinvesting in Global Tuna Stocks: Welfare Economics, Optimal Allocation, and the Value of Tuna$6,9401
Ocean Frontier Institute$1,400,000Snelgrove P (Memorial) and BaileyOliver E, MacNeil A, MacDonald B, Budge S (Dalhousie) and Sipler R, Ziegler S, Ecosystem Indicators for Changing Oceans$100,0005
Ocean Frontier Institute$885,500Iverson S (Dalhousie)Bailey M, MacNeil A (Dalhousie), Bentzen P (Dalhousie), Ruzzante D (Dalhousie)Valued Groundfish$50,0005
       
2017$90,000
FunderAmountPICo-PIsProjectSub-allocationTerm (years)
Sasakawa Peace Foundation$65,000BaileyPrivate Seafood Governance: Current State of Play$65,0001
SSHRC Connections$25,000BaileyHill A (Dalhousie) and Stewart  (Kings)Clear Seas: Transparency in Ocean Science$25,0001
  2015$90,000
FunderAmountPICo-PIsProjectSub-allocationTerm (years)
NSERC Strategic Network Grant$4,978,590Snelgrove P (Memorial)Archambault P, Bailey, Ban N, Belanger S, Cote I, Devillers R, Fanning L, Metaxas A, et al.CHONe II – Conservation Strategies for Canada’s Changing Oceans $90,0005
SSHRC Canada Research Chair$500,000Bailey$500,0005

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

2019 Fisheries Management (MARA 5021 Masters), Dalhousie University

Contemporary Issues in Marine Management (MARA 5010 Masters), Dalhousie University

Marine Management (OCEA 4401, OCEA 4402, Senior Undergrad, Lecturer), Dalhousie University

Directed Studies (INTE 7000) Qualitative content analysis: Bridging knowledge systems

Directed Studies (ENVR 448A, University of British Columbia) Socio-ecological systems research

2018    Fisheries Management (MARA 5021 Masters), Dalhousie University

Contemporary Issues in Marine Management (MARA 5010 Masters), Dalhousie University

Marine Management (OCEA 4401, OCEA 4402, Senior Undergrad, Lecturer), Dalhousie University

Directed Studies (INTE 7000) MPA values

Directed Studies (INTE 7000) Game theory and fisheries

2017 Fisheries Management MARA 5021 (Masters), Dalhousie University

Contemporary Issues in Marine Management (MARA 5001 Masters), Dalhousie University

Marine Management (OCEA 4401, OCEA 4402, Senior Undergrad, Lecturer), Dalhousie University

Directed Studies (INTE 7000) MPA values

2016 Fisheries Management (MARA 5021 Masters), Dalhousie University

Contemporary Issues in Marine Management (MARA 5001 Masters), Dalhousie University

Marine Management (OCEA 4401, OCEA 4402, Senior Undergrad, Lecturer), Dalhousie University

Directed Studies (INTE 7000) Private Governance through ecolabels and corporate social responsibility: Current state of play

2014 Ocean and Coastal Governance (ENP 52806, Senior Undergrad), Wageningen UR

2013 Integrated Systems for Pacific Tuna Management (Ph.D.), Wageningen UR

SUPERVISION

Current

DegreeNameExpected completion dateProject title
PDFHekia Bodwitch2022Knowledge co-production and Indigenous fishing economies
Michael Petriello2021Knowledge co-production
PhD Rachael Cadman2022Envisioning the future of fisheries in Nunatsiavut, Labrador
Kayla Hamelin (co-supervision, Hutchings)2022Next generation fisheries management for iconic Canadian species
MMMAbdirahim Ibrahim2022Investigating illegal fishing in Somalia’s EEZ through AIS analysis
Marine Courtois2022The role of markets in IUU regulation
Grace Akinorola2023EBM and Indigenous Treaty fishing: The case of Lobster

Past PDFs and Doctoral students

DegreeNameCompletion dateProject titleCurrent Position
PDFM. Kourantidou2020Human dimensions of ecosystem indicators for marine management in Nunatsiavut 
C. Hoover2021ArcticFish: Exploring pelagic fish and food security in NunavutCoastal First Nations
C. Hoover2018Revising allocation for Nunavut’s commercial fisheriesCoastal First Nations
PhD Hussain Sinan2021Towards equitable allocation in Indian Ocean tuna fisheriesPostdoctoral Fellow, Nippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Centre
Laurenne Schiller2021States, markets, and sustainability: Understanding the relationship between public governance and private eco-certification programs in transboundary fisheriesLiber Ero Postdoctoral Fellow
Helen Packer2022Cooperation in tuna fisheries management: Investigating the potential of value chain and informational governance to incentivize the cooperative use of tuna stocksWorld Benchmarking Alliance, Seafood lead
 Agnes Yeeting2017Analysing the influence of market-based mechanisms on international cooperation for tuna management in the WCPO”, Wageningen University, NetherlandsMinistry of Fisheries and Marine Resource Development (Kiribati)

Past Masters (MSc, Masters of Marine Managemenet (MMM)) and BSc students

DegreeNameCompletion dateProject title
MScCaelin Murray (co-supervision, Iverson)2022Use of acoustic telemetry and First Nations traditional knowledge to determine the movements and habitat use for American eel in Nova Scotia
MScShannon Landovskis (co-supervision, Iverson)2021Use of acoustic telemetry and First Nations traditional knowledge to determine the movements and habitat use for American lobster in Nova Scotia
MMMMartin Ostrega Protecting bonefish in Cuba
 Kaitlyn Curren Blue communities in Nova Scotia
MMMCamille Mancion2020Traceability and the small-scale seafood sector in Indonesia
 H. Amos2019The sustainable basis for fisheries recommendations in Canada’s food guide
    
MMMJ. Schaible2019What should the new Fisheries and Oceans Arctic Region look like in Canada?
 S. Vanderkaden2019The role of eco-certifications and traceability in securing Inuit right to food, economy and culture
 E. Carmichael2018Improving international fisheries management by prioritizing social and geo-political issues: A case study on Atlantic shortfin mako management
MMMS. McIllveen2018Addressing the Canadian Shark-fin Trade at a Local Level
 S. Jenks2018Restoring Atlantic Salmon in Nova Scotian Rivers
 B. Aucoin2017Community supported fisheries for triple bottom line outcomes in Cape Breton
MMMC. Callegari2017How can consumer-facing traceability mitigate risk for fish harvesters?
 E. Normand2017Evaluating the pro-social benefits of adopting Fair Trade USA fisheries standards
 J. Bradford2017Community-based mariculture as a means to achieving human wellbeing outcomes
 P. Wessels2016Investigating the role of gender in tuna fisheries in the Maldives
 M. Borland2016Is Fair Trade USA the path to Marine Stewardship Council certification
 C. Schram2016MPA connectivity and implications for shark populations in Atlantic Canada
MMMJ. Weitzman2016Potential for aquaculture eco-labels to improve perceptions of finfish aquaculture in Nova Scotia
 L. Starr2016Governance approaches to combat illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing in Indonesia
 N. den Boon2016Assessing the social implications of pole and line tuna fisheries practices for local communities in Bitung, Indonesia
 Y. Zhou2014Trading off sustainability: Chinese investment in Fijian tuna
 C. Kossmann2014The implications for sustainable management of Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola) at Nusa Penida through nature-based tourism
 L. Larastiti2014The effect of Fair Trade USA certification on the tuna fishery value chain in Central Moluccas
BScK. Short2016Community supported fisheries (CSF) creation and benefits for Atlantic fish harvesters
    
    

COMMITTEE PARTICIPATION

DegreeNameExpected completion dateDepartment (Supervisor)
 Zoya Tyabji2026Biology (MacNeil)
PhDTracy MacKeracherMegan Rector20232023Biology (MacNeil)Marine Affairs Program (Filgueira/Grant)
 Taylor Gorham2023Biology (MacNeil)
 Elizabeth Edmondson2022Marine Affairs Program (Fanning)
 Mallory MacDonnell2023Department of Geography, York University (Vandergeest)
 Andrea Buchholz2020 (completed)Biology (Lotze/Tittensor)
    

SERVICE

University committees and boards:

·   Chair, Dalhousie Research Ethics Board (2022-)

·   Adjudication committee: Vice-President Research and Innovation International Seed Fund (2018-2019

·   Dalhousie Research Ethics Board (2017-2022)

·   Dalhousie Research Ethics Board Data Management Sub-Committee (2019-)

·   Marine Affairs Program Graduate Research Proposal Committee (2016-2019); Departmental

·   Steering Committee: Ocean Tracking Network NSERC SPG A’poqnmulti’k Project (2018-)

·   International Data Management Committee: Ocean Tracking Network (2018-)

External committees and boards:

·   Data Management Committee: Canadian Healthy Oceans (2016-2018)

·   Board of Directors: Fishermen and Scientists Research Society (2018-)

·   UN Pool of Experts (2018-)

·   Communications Committee: Fishermen and Scientists Research Society (2017-2018)

·   Board of Directors: Ecology Action Centre (2017-2018)

·   Scientific and Technical Advisory Council: International Pole and Line Foundation (2016-)

University examiner

·   Advance to Candidacy Exam, Dalhousie University 2019 (MSc candidate I. Hurley)

·   Masters of Environmental Studies (MES), Dalhousie University 2019 (MES candidate K. Mifflin)

External Examiner:

·   Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden 2020 (Doctoral candidate: M. Petterssen)

·   University of Western Australia, Australia 2020 (Doctoral candidate: K. Travaille)

·   Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany 2019 (Doctoral candidate: I. Elegbede)

·   Carleton University, Canada 2017 (Doctoral candidate: V. Nguyen)

·   Murdoch University, Australia 2017 (Doctoral candidate: V. Jaiteh)

Editorial duties:

·   Associate Editor Marine Policy (2019-2021)

·   Associate Editor People and Nature (2018-2020)

Reviewer duties:

·  Conservation Letters, Fish and Fisheries, Ecological Economics, Marine Policy, Journal of Maritime Studies, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Marine Resource Economics, PLoSONE, Journal of Agricultural Economics and Development, Nature Climate Change, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Environmental and Resource Economics, Fisheries Research, and Solutions

·  Reviewer for Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program in the Greater Atlantic Regional Office of NOAA Fisheries (National Marine Fisheries Service) (2017, 2019)

·  Book reviews

Professional Associations and Networks:

·   Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network, Fisheries Equity Research Network (FERN), North American Association for Fisheries Economists (NAAFE), International Institute of Fisheries, Economics and Trade (IIFET), Society for Conservation Biology (SCB), ICES Social Indicators Working Group

The Marine Affairs Program

The Marine Affairs Program (MAP) at Dalhousie University provides an inquiring and stimulating interdisciplinary learning environment to advance the sustainable use of the world’s diverse coastal and ocean environments.

Contact the Lab

FACULTY OF SCIENCE | Marine Affairs Program

Life Sciences Centre, Room 807 | 1355 Oxford Street | PO Box 15000 | Halifax NS B3H 4R2 Canada

902.494.3555 | Fax: 902.494.1123 | marine.affairs@dal.ca | dal.ca/marineaffairsprogram