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Schiller L, Auld G, Sinan H and Bailey M. 2021. Decadal changes in international advocacy toward the conservation of highly migratory fishes. Conservation Letters: e12827, doi:10.1111/conl.12827?af=R.

Schiller L and Bailey M. 2021. Rapidly increasing eco-certification coverage transforming management of world’s tuna fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 22(3): 592-604, doi:10.1111/faf.12539

Coulter A, Cashion T, Cisneros-Montemayor A, Popov S, Tsui G, Le Manach F, Schiller L, Palomares MLD, Zeller D and Pauly D. 2020. Using harmonized historical catch data to infer the expansion of global tuna fisheries. Fisheries Research, 221: 105379, doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2019.105379

Tittensor DP, Beger M, Boerder K, Boyce D, Cavanagh RD, Cosandey-Godin A, Ortuno-Crespo G, Dunn DC, Ghiffary W, Grant SM, Hannah L, Halpin P, Harfoot M, Heaslip SG, Jeffery NW, Kingston N, Lotze HK, McGowan J, McLeod E, McOwen CJ, O’Leary BC, Schiller L, Stanley RRE, Westhead M, Wilson KL and Worm B. 2019. Integrating climate adaptation and biodiversity conservation in the global ocean. Science Advances, 5(11): eaay9969doi:10.1126/sciadv.aay9969

Boerder K, Schiller L and Worm B. 2019. Not all who wander are lost: Improving spatial protection for large pelagic fishes. Marine Policy, 105: 80-90, doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2019.04.013

Schiller 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): eaat8351, doi:10.1126/sciadv.aat8351


Bailey 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, 19(5): 782-790, doi:10.1111/faf.12289


Schiller L, Mason T, Govender R, Short K and Bailey, M. 2016. The rise and biodiversity relevance of private governance in Canada’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Policy Matters 2016: Certifications and Biodiversity, 21: 92-108 [access here].


Swartz W, Schiller L, Sumaila R and Ota Y. 2016. Searching for market-based sustainability pathways: Challenges and opportunities for seafood certification programs in Japan. Marine Policy, 76: 185-191, doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2016.11.009


Schiller L, Alava JJ, Gove J, Reck G and Pauly D. 2014. The demise of Darwin’s fishes: evidence of fishing down and illegal shark finning in the Galápagos archipelago. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 25(3): 431-446, doi:10.1002/aqc.2458


Tamm EE, Schiller L and Hanner RH. 2016. Seafood Traceability and Consumer Choice. In AM Naum and RH Hanner (eds.), Seafood Authenticity and Traceability: A DNA Perspective (pp. 28-44). London, UK: Academic Press.


Schiller L, Alava JJ, Grove J, Reck G and Pauly D. 2016. Ecuador (Galapagos). In D Pauly and D Zeller (eds.), Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries: A critical appraisal of catches and ecosystem impacts (pp. 242). Washington, DC: Island Press.


Le Manach F, Chavance P, Cisnero-Montemayor A, Lindop A, Padilla A, Schiller L, Zeller D and Pauly D. 2016. Global catches of large pelagic fishes, with emphasis on the high seas. In: D Pauly and D Zeller (eds.), Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries: A critical appraisal of catches and ecosystem impacts (pp. 34-45). Washington, DC: Island Press.


Swartz W and Schiller L. Global Marine Fisheries Depletion. 2015. In T Lanz (ed.), Global Environmental Problems: Causes, Consequences, and Potential Solutions (pp. 73-94). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.


Shadwick RE, Schiller LL and Fudge DS. 2012. Physiology of swimming and migration in tunas. In AP Palstra and JV Planas (eds.), Swimming Physiology of Fish: Towards Using Exercise to Farm a Fit Fish in Sustainable Aquaculture (pp. 45-78). New York, NY: Springer.


Coronavirus and top-down control. Aquablog, 4 May 2020.

ICCAT 2018 (Or: Finding humanity and humility on the Adriatic coast). Bailey Lab (Dalhousie lab blog), 18 November 2019. 

Oceanic. Constellate Stories. 25 August 2019 (Good Robot Brewing, Halifax, NS.)

"Taking stock of fisheries". My Ocean: A Podcast, 21 August 2018. 

In Cod we Trust”. AquaBlog, Ocean Wise, 30 October 2017.


Big Attention for the Ocean in the Big Apple”. AquaBlog, Ocean Wise, 23 June 2017.


Contemplating a Blue Mind”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 7 April 2016.


A Fisheries Glossary: Thoughts induces by John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 24 December 2015.


Tuna Capital of the World: Thoughts on The Sushi Economy”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 29 November 2015.


Featured in: CBC (The National).“Gooseneck barnacles booming off B.C. coast”, 10 November 2015.


Of Sharks and Men: Thoughts on Demon Fish by Juliet Eilperin”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 9 October 2015.


Featured in: Gill, Alexandra. “Battle of the barnacles: How this little crustacean became the heart of sustainable local fishery”. The Globe and Mail, 20 October 2015.


Baking Salmon: An upstream battle against climate change”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 14 September 2015.


A Fisherman in September: Thoughts on The Old Man and the Sea”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 4 September 2015.


Something’s fishy about our food: Thoughts on Four Fish by Paul Greenberg”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 7 August 2015.


The Changing Sea We Cannot See: Thoughts on The Ocean of Life by Callum Roberts”. AquaBlog, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, 3 July 2015.

Schiller L. 2013. Eating bluefin. The Sea Around Us Project Newsletter 79: 1-3.


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