Joshua S. Stoll
Joshua S. Stoll
School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine
Verified email at maine.edu
TitleCited byYear
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
392014
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
272012
Local seafood: rethinking the direct marketing paradigm
J Stoll, B Dubik, L Campbell
Ecology and Society 20 (2), 2015
262015
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
242016
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
202015
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
162016
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
112015
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
92017
Participation and resistance: Alternative seafood marketing in a neoliberalera
A Witter, J Stoll
Marine Policy 80, 130-140, 2017
92017
Fishing for leadership: the role diversification plays in facilitating change agents
JS Stoll
Journal of environmental management 199, 74-82, 2017
72017
The design and use of fishing community and regional fishery association entities in limited access privilege programs
JS Stoll, MC Holliday
62014
Uneven adaptive capacity among fishers in a sea of change
JS Stoll, E Fuller, BI Crona
PloS one 12 (6), e0178266, 2017
42017
Effects of fisheries management on local ecological knowledge
E Farr, J Stoll, C Beitl
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
22018
Seafood trade routes for lobster obscure teleconnected vulnerabilities
JS Stoll, BI Crona, M Fabinyi, ER Farr
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 239, 2018
12018
Making progress on bycatch avoidance in the ocean salmon fishery using a transdisciplinary approach
SA Otto, S Simons, JS Stoll, P Lawson
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (9), 2380-2394, 2016
12016
Transforming the fisheries: neoliberalism, nature, and the commons
J Stoll
Social & Cultural Geography 18 (4), 599-600, 2017
2017
The Human Ecology of Commercial Fishing in Maine: Hidden Connections, Tangled Institutions, Uncertain Resilience
JS Stoll
2016
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