List of Chapters

PART 1: SETTING THE STAGE

1. A Partnership Approach to the Study of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts
U. Rashid Sumaila, Derek Armitage, Megan Bailey, and William W.L. Cheung

2. Status of Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada
Russ Jones, Nancy Doubleday, Megan Bailey, Ken Paul, Peter Pulsifer, and Fraser Taylor

PART 2: CHANGING OCEANS

3. Rapid Changes across Canada’s Oceans and Their Impact on Coastal Communities
Travis C. Tai and Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, with Juan Jose Alava Saltos, Natalie C. Ban, Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz, William W.L. Cheung, Simon Courtenay, Sarah Harper, Carie Hoover, Heike K. Lotze, Nadja S. Steiner, U. Rashid Sumaila, Nicolás Talloni-Álvarez, Charlotte K. Whitney, and Kristen Wilson

4. Large Changes in Canada’s Oceans and Their Impact on Ecosystems and Fisheries
Nadja S. Steiner, Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz, William W.L. Cheung, Amber M. Holdsworth, Heike K. Lotze, Nidhi Nagabhatla, Sarah L. Newell, Thomas A. Okey, Juliano Palacios- Abrantes, U. Rashid Sumaila, Travis C. Tai, Kristen L. Wilson, and the Community of Chesterfield Inlet

5. Using Multiscale Scenarios to Investigate the Outlook for Marine Ecosystems and Coastal Communities
Louise Teh and William W.L. Cheung, with Natalie Ban, Russ Jones, Lydia Ross, Nadja Steiner, and U. Rashid Sumaila

PART 3: ACCESS TO OCEAN RESOURCES

6. Lobsters and Livelihoods: Indigenous Rights and Fishery Access
Megan Bailey and Anthony Charles

7. The Impact of Quotas on Canada’s Fisheries and the Response of Fish Harvesters
Evelyn Pinkerton, Marc Allain, Danielle Edwards, Phillip Saunders, and Charlotte Whitney

8. The Role of Fisheries Co-Management in Addressing Access and Allocation Inequities in Eastern Inuit Nunangat
Carie Hoover, Jason Akearok, Tommy Palliser, Amber Giles, Mark Basterfi eld, Aaron Dale, Melina Kourantidou, Ashlee Cunsolo, Megan Bailey, and Jamie Snook

PART 4: OCEAN GOVERNANCE

9. Transforming the Governance of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts from the Bottom Up
Derek Armitage, Nathan J. Bennett, Rachelle Beveridge, Anthony Charles, Nancy Doubleday, Inka Milewski, Sarah Newell, Lydia Ross, Ruth E. Smith, and the Community of Chesterfield Inlet

10. Knowledge Co-Production and Enhanced Governance Fit in Rebuilding Coastal Fisheries
Evan J. Andrews, Graham Epstein, Jennifer L. Silver, Ella-Kari Muhl, and Derek Armitage

11. Bright Spots in Integrated Management of Canada’s Oceans and Coasts
Sondra Eger, Natalie C. Ban, Chelsea Boaler, Irene Brueckner-Irwin, Simon Courtenay, Graham Epstein, Carie Hoover, Jim McIsaac, and Robert L. Stephenson

PART 5: INTO THE FUTURE

12. Progress and Challenges in Making Canada’s Ocean Laws and Policies Climate-Ready
Cecilia Engler, Phillip Saunders, and David L. VanderZwaag

13. Coastlines, Communities, and Cameras: How Participatory Video Can Enhance Ocean Research
Vincent L’Hérault, Natalie Baird, Hillary Beattie, Ian Mauro, and Eric Solomon

14. Policy Direction for Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada
Russ Jones, Nancy Doubleday, Megan Bailey, Ken Paul, Fraser Taylor, and Peter Pulsifer

15. Toward a Healthy Future for Canada’s Oceans and Coasts
U. Rashid Sumaila and the OCP Team

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