Joshua S. Stoll
Joshua S. Stoll
School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine
Verified email at maine.edu
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From vegetable box to seafood cooler: applying the community-supported agriculture model to fisheries
LM Campbell, N Boucquey, J Stoll, H Coppola, MD Smith
Society & Natural Resources 27 (1), 88-106, 2014
622014
Local seafood: rethinking the direct marketing paradigm
JS Stoll, BA Dubik, LM Campbell
Ecology and Society 20 (2), 2015
542015
Describing the diversity of community supported fishery programs in North America
AE Bolton, BA Dubik, JS Stoll, X Basurto
Marine Policy 66, 21-29, 2016
432016
Characterizing fisheries connectivity in marine social–ecological systems
EC Fuller, JF Samhouri, JS Stoll, SA Levin, JR Watson
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (8), 2087-2096, 2017
422017
How access to Maine⬢ s fisheries has changed over a quarter century: The cumulative effects of licensing on resilience
JS Stoll, CM Beitl, JA Wilson
Global Environmental Change 37, 79-91, 2016
312016
Interpreting amenities, envisioning the future: common ground and conflict in North Carolina’s rural coastal communities
N Boucquey, LM Campbell, G Cumming, ZA Meletis, C Norwood, J Stoll
GeoJournal 77 (1), 83-101, 2012
302012
Participation and resistance: Alternative seafood marketing in a neoliberalera
A Witter, J Stoll
Marine Policy 80, 130-140, 2017
282017
Under the banner of sustainability: the politics and prose of an emerging US federal seafood certification
JS Stoll, TR Johnson
Marine Policy 51, 415-422, 2015
232015
Uneven adaptive capacity among fishers in a sea of change
JS Stoll, E Fuller, BI Crona
PloS one 12 (6), e0178266, 2017
182017
Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system
DC Love, EH Allison, F Asche, B Belton, RS Cottrell, HE Froehlich, ...
Global Food Security, 100494, 2021
162021
Expanding the ‘geography’of resilience in fisheries by bringing focus to seafood distribution systems
JS Stoll, PP da Silva, J Olson, S Benjamin
Ocean & Coastal Management 116, 185-192, 2015
142015
Effects of fisheries management on local ecological knowledge
ER Farr, JS Stoll, CM Beitl
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
102018
Fishing for leadership: the role diversification plays in facilitating change agents
JS Stoll
Journal of environmental management 199, 74-82, 2017
102017
The design and use of fishing community and regional fishery association entities in limited access privilege programs
JS Stoll, MC Holliday
72014
Alternative seafood networks during COVID-19: Implications for resilience and sustainability
JS Stoll, HL Harrison, E De Sousa, D Callaway, M Collier, K Harrell, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2020
42020
Alternative pathways to sustainable seafood
JS Stoll, M Bailey, M Jonell
Conservation Letters 13 (1), e12683, 2020
42020
Evaluating aquaculture as a diversification strategy for Maine's commercial fishing sector in the face of change
JS Stoll, HM Leslie, ML Britsch, CM Cleaver
Marine Policy 107, 103583, 2019
42019
Seafood trade routes for lobster obscure teleconnected vulnerabilities
JS Stoll, BI Crona, M Fabinyi, ER Farr
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 239, 2018
42018
Communication, Relationships, and Relatability Influence Stakeholder Perceptions of Credible Science
JM Runnebaum, EA Maxwell, JS Stoll, KE Pianka, NG Oppenheim
Fisheries 44 (4), 164-171, 2019
32019
From Blue Economy to Blue Communities: reorienting aquaculture expansion for community wellbeing
LM Campbell, L Fairbanks, G Murray, JS Stoll, L D’Anna, J Bingham
Marine Policy 124, 104361, 2021
22021
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