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Michael Pido
Palawan State University
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Fish wars: Conflict and collaboration in fisheries management in Southeast Asia
R Pomeroy, J Parks, R Pollnac, T Campson, E Genio, C Marlessy, E Holle, ...
Marine Policy 31 (6), 645-656, 2007
3402007
A handbook for rapid appraisal of fisheries management systems (version 1)
MD Pido, RS Pomeroy, MB Carlos, LR Garces
International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, 1996
1331996
Managing excess capacity in small-scale fisheries: Perspectives from stakeholders in three Southeast Asian countries
N Salayo, L Garces, M Pido, K Viswanathan, R Pomeroy, M Ahmed, ...
Marine Policy 32 (4), 692-700, 2008
1192008
Ecosystem-based fisheries management in small-scale tropical marine fisheries: emerging models of governance arrangements in the Philippines
R Pomeroy, L Garces, M Pido, G Silvestre
Marine Policy 34 (2), 298-308, 2010
1152010
Initiatives towards fisheries co-management in the Philippines: The case of San Miguel Bay
RS Pomeroy, MD Pido
Marine Policy 19 (3), 213-226, 1995
941995
Lessons for integrated coastal zone management: The ASEAN experience
LF Scura, TE Chua, MD Pido, JN Paw
921992
Fish, trade and food security: moving beyond ‘availability’discourse in marine conservation
M Fabinyi, WH Dressler, MD Pido
Human ecology 45 (2), 177-188, 2017
722017
Evaluating the management effectiveness of three marine protected areas in the Calamianes Islands, Palawan Province, Philippines: Process, selected results and their …
LR Garces, MD Pido, MH Tupper, GT Silvestre
Ocean & Coastal Management 81, 49-57, 2013
672013
Mariculture development and livelihood diversification in the Philippines
ND Salayo, ML Perez, LR Garces, MD Pido
Marine Policy 36 (4), 867-881, 2012
652012
Coastal transitions: Small-scale fisheries, livelihoods, and maritime zone developments in Southeast Asia
M Fabinyi, B Belton, WH Dressler, M Knudsen, DS Adhuri, AA Aziz, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 91, 184-194, 2022
612022
A rapid appraisal approach to evaluation of community‐level fisheries management systems: Framework and field application at selected coastal fishing villages in the …
MD Pido, RS Pomeroy, LR Garces, MB Carlos
Coastal Management 25 (2), 183-204, 1997
591997
Blue economy discourses and practices: reconfiguring ocean spaces in the Philippines
P Satizábal, WH Dressler, M Fabinyi, MD Pido
Maritime Studies 19, 207-221, 2020
572020
The application of rapid rural appraisal techniques in coastal resources planning: experience in Malampaya Sound, Philippines
MD Pido
Ocean & Coastal Management 26 (1), 57-72, 1995
571995
Evaluating the management effectiveness of marine protected areas at seven selected sites in the Philippines
M Tupper, F Asif, LR Garces, MD Pido
Marine Policy 56, 33-42, 2015
522015
Luxury seafood consumption in China and the intensification of coastal livelihoods in Southeast Asia: the live reef fish for food trade in Balabac, Philippines
M Fabinyi, M Pido, B Harani, J Caceres, A Uyami‐Bitara, A De las Alas, ...
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 53 (2), 118-132, 2012
522012
A framework for rapid appraisal of coastal environments
MD Pido, TE Chua
Integrative framework and methods for coastal area management 37, 133-148, 1992
461992
Rapid assessment of community needs and fisheries status in tsunami-affected communities in Aceh Province, Indonesia
LR Garces, MD Pido, RS Pomeroy, S Koeshendrajana, BI Prisantoso, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 53 (2), 69-79, 2010
402010
Moving beyond financial value in seafood commodity chains
M Fabinyi, WH Dressler, MD Pido
Marine Policy 94, 89-92, 2018
382018
Moving towards an ecosystem approach to fisheries management in the Coral Triangle region
R Pomeroy, KHW Phang, K Ramdass, JM Saad, P Lokani, G Mayo-Anda, ...
Marine Policy 51, 211-219, 2015
372015
Access to fisheries in the maritime frontier of Palawan Province, Philippines
M Fabinyi, W Dressler, M Pido
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 40 (1), 92-110, 2019
302019
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