Rachel Tiller
Rachel Tiller
Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF Ocean
Verifisert e-postadresse på sintef.no - Startside
TittelSitert avÅr
Norwegian aquaculture expansion and Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM): simmering conflicts and competing claims
R Tiller, T Brekken, J Bailey
Marine Policy 36 (5), 1086-1095, 2012
Stakeholder driven future scenarios as an element of interdisciplinary management tools; the case of future offshore aquaculture development and the potential effects on …
R Tiller, R Gentry, R Richards
Ocean & coastal management 73, 127-135, 2013
Assessing stakeholder adaptive capacity to salmon aquaculture in Norway
RG Tiller, R Richards, H Salgado, H Strand, E Moe, J Ellis
Stakeholder perceptions of the impacts from salmon aquaculture in the Chilean Patagonia
H Salgado, J Bailey, R Tiller, J Ellis
Ocean & Coastal Management 118, 189-204, 2015
Something fishy: assessing stakeholder resilience to increasing jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) in Trondheimsfjord, Norway
RG Tiller, J Mork, R Richards, L Eisenhauer, Y Liu, JF Nakken, ...
Marine Policy 46, 72-83, 2014
The Norwegian system and the distribution of claims to redfeed
RG Tiller
Marine Policy 32 (6), 928-940, 2008
Having the cake and eating it too: to manage or own the svalbard fisheries protection zone
R Tiller, E Nyman
Marine Policy 60, 141-148, 2015
The once and future treaty: towards a new regime for biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction
R Tiller, E De Santo, E Mendenhall, E Nyman
Marine Policy 99, 239-242, 2019
The clear and present danger to the Norwegian sovereignty of the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone: enter the snow crab
R Tiller, E Nyman
Ocean & Coastal Management 100 (137), 24-33, 2017
To Adapt or Not Adapt: Assessing the Adaptive Capacity of Artisanal Fishers in the Trondheimsfjord (Norway) to Jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) Bloom and Purse …
RG Tiller, J Mork, Y Liu, ÅL Borgersen, R Richards
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 7 (1), 260-273, 2015
Work segmentation in the Norwegian salmon industry: The application of segmented labor market theory to work migrants on the island community of Frøya, Norway
RG Tiller, L Hansen, R Richards, H Strand
Marine Policy 51, 563-572, 2015
Ocean plastics and the BBNJ treaty—is plastic frightening enough to insert itself into the BBNJ treaty, or do we need to wait for a treaty of its own?
R Tiller, E Nyman
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 8 (4), 411-415, 2018
Once bitten, twice shy: Aquaculture, stakeholder adaptive capacity, and policy implications of iterative stakeholder workshops; the case of Frøya, Norway
R Tiller, R Richards
Ocean & Coastal Management 118, 98-109, 2015
New resources and old regimes: will the harvest of zooplankton bring critical changes to the Svalbard fisheries protection zone?
RG Tiller
Ocean Development & International Law 40 (4), 309-318, 2009
App2Adapt: using tablet technology to elicit conditional probabilities for bayesian belief network modelling
R Richards, O Sahin, M Sano, JO Meynecke, R Tiller
The 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software: San …, 2014
Institutionalizing the High North: Will the harvest of redfeed be a critical juncture for the solidification of the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone?
R Tiller
Ocean & coastal management 54 (5), 374-380, 2011
Regime management at the bottom of the food web
R Gjelsvik Tiller
The Journal of Environment & Development 19 (2), 191-214, 2010
New resources in old waters: The potential of national and international conflicts deriving from the future harvest of Calanus finmarchicus
RG Tiller
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Fakultet for …, 2010
Ocean futures: Exploring stakeholders' perceptions of adaptive capacity to changing marine environments in Northern Norway
R Tiller, R Richards
Marine Policy 95, 227-238, 2018
Coming soon to a fjord near you: future jellyfish scenarios in a changing climate
RG Tiller, ÅL Borgersen, Ø Knutsen, J Bailey, HV Bjelland, J Mork, ...
Coastal Management 45 (1), 1-23, 2017
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