P.A.M. van Zwieten
P.A.M. van Zwieten
Assistant Professor Fisheries Management, Wageningen University
Verified email at wur.nl
TitleCited byYear
Management, co-management or no management
E Jul-Larsen, J Kolding, R Overċ, JR Nielsen, PAM Zwieten
Major Dilemmas in Southern Africa Freshwater Fisheries, 2003
Are the Lake Victoria fisheries threatened by exploitation or eutrophication? Towards an ecosystem-based approach to management
J Kolding, PAM Zwieten, O Mkumbo, G SILSBE, R HECKY
The ecosystem approach to fisheries, 309, 2009
The tragedy of our legacy: how do global management discourses affect small scale fisheries in the south?
J Kolding, PAM van Zwieten
Forum for development Studies 38 (3), 267-297, 2011
Scenarios for resilient shrimp aquaculture in tropical coastal areas
SR Bush, PAM Van Zwieten, LE Visser, H van Dijk, RH Bosma, ...
Ecology and society 15 (2), 15-15, 2010
Sustainable fishing of inland waters
J Kolding, P van Zwieten
Journal of Limnology, 2014
Coupled human and natural system dynamics as key to the sustainability of Lake Victoria's ecosystem services
AS Downing, EH van Nes, JS Balirwa, JJ Beuving, POJ Bwathondi, ...
Relative lake level fluctuations and their influence on productivity and resilience in tropical lakes and reservoirs
J Kolding, PAM van Zwieten
Fisheries Research 115, 99-109, 2012
Maximizing fisheries yields while maintaining community structure
J Kolding, NS Jacobsen, KH Andersen, PAM van Zwieten
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (4), 644-655, 2015
Improving productivity in tropical lakes and reservoirs
J Kolding, PAM Van Zwieten
Challenge Program on Water and Food–Aquatic Ecosystems and Fisheries Review …, 2006
Challenges of a transition to a sustainably managed shrimp culture agro-ecosystem in the Mahakam delta, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
R Bosma, AS Sidik, P van Zwieten, A Aditya, L Visser
Wetlands ecology and management 20 (2), 89-99, 2012
Review of tropical reservoirs and their fisheries: The cases of Lake Nasser, Lake Volta and Indo-Gangetic Basin reservoir
PAM Van Zwieten, C Béné, J Kolding, R Brummett, J Valbo-Jorgensen
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2011
Status, trends and management of the Lake Victoria fisheries
J Kolding, M Medard, O Mkumbo, PAM van Zwieten
Inland fisheries evolution and management. Case studies from four continents …, 2014
Vulnerability to a small-scale commercial fishery of Lake Tana's (Ethiopia) endemic Labeobarbus compared with African catfish and Nile tilapia: An example of recruitment …
M De Graaf, PAM Van Zwieten, MAM Machiels, E Lemma, T Wudneh, ...
Fisheries Research 82 (1-3), 304-318, 2006
Characterizing catch variability in a multispecies fishery: implications for fishery management
JAE Van Oostenbrugge, EJ Bakker, WLT Van Densen, MAM Machiels, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (6), 1032-1043, 2002
Fisheries, the inverted food pyramid
J Kolding, A Bundy, PAM van Zwieten, MJ Plank
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (6), 1697-1713, 2015
Improving the usage of fisheries statistics in Vietnam for production planning, fisheries management and nature conservation
PAM van Zwieten, WLT van Densen, D Van Thi
Marine Policy 26 (1), 13-34, 2002
Mweru-Luapula is an open exit fishery where a highly dynamic population of fishermen makes use of a resilient resource base
PAM Van Zwieten, PC Goudswaard, CK Kapasa
FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, 1-33, 2003
Effects of inter-annual variability, seasonality and persistence on the perception of long-term trends in catch rates of the industrial pelagic purse-seine fishery of northern …
PAM Van Zwieten, FC Roest, MAM Machiels, WLT Van Densen
Fisheries Research 54 (3), 329-348, 2002
African freshwater fisheries: what needs to be managed?
E Jul-Larsen, P Zwieten
Naga, Worldfish Center Quarterly 25 (3-4), 35-40, 2002
What drives the adoption of integrated shrimp mangrove aquaculture in Vietnam?
OM Joffre, RH Bosma, AK Bregt, PAM van Zwieten, SR Bush, JAJ Verreth
Ocean & Coastal Management 114, 53-63, 2015
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