Historical and social-science perspectives: Selected Publications
Hutchings, J.A., Neis, B., and Ripley, P. 2002. The nature of cod: perceptions of stock structure and cod behaviour by fishermen, 'experts' and scientists from the nineteenth century to present. In: R. Ommer [ed], The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy and Society in Rural Newfoundland, ISER Books, St. John's, NF, pp. 140-185. |PDF|
Cadigan, S.T., and Hutchings, J.A. 2001. Nineteenth-century expansion of the Newfoundland fishery for Atlantic cod: an exploration of underlying causes. Research in Marine Histroy 21: 31-65. |PDF|
Neis, B., Schneider, D.C., Felt, L., Haedrich, R.L., Fischer, J., and Hutchings, J.A. 1999. Stock assessment: what can be learned from interviewing resource users? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 1949-1963. |PDF|
Hutchings, J.A. 1997. Spatial and temporal variation in the exploitation of northern cod, Gadus morhua: a historical perspective from 1500 to present. In: D. Vickers [ed.] Marine Resources and Human Societies in the North Atlantic Since 1500, Institute of Social and Economic Research, St. John's, NF, pp. 41-68.
Hutchings, J.A., and Myers, R.A. 1995. The biological collapse of Atlantic cod off Newfoundland and Labrador: an exploration of historical changes in exploitation, harvesting technology, and management. In: R. Arnason and L.F. Felt [eds], The North Atlantic Fishery: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Challenges, Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI, pp. 37-93.