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Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Cashion, T., Al-Abdulrazzak, D., Belhabib, D., Derrick, B., Divovich, E., Moutopoulos, D. K., … & Pauly, D. (2018). Reconstructing global marine fishing gear use: Catches and landed values by gear type and sectorFisheries Research206, 57-64.
  2. Cashion, T., Glaser, S. M., Persson, L., Roberts, P. M., & Zeller, D. (2018). Fisheries in Somali waters: Reconstruction of domestic and foreign catches for 1950–2015Marine Policy87, 275-283.
  3. Zeller, D., Cashion, T., Palomares, M., & Pauly, D. (2018). Global marine fisheries discards: A synthesis of reconstructed dataFish and Fisheries19(1), 30-39.
  4. Tai, T. C., Cashion, T., Lam, V. W., Swartz, W., & Sumaila, U. R. (2017). Ex-vessel Fish Price Database: Disaggregating Prices for Low-Priced Species from Reduction FisheriesFrontiers in Marine Science4, 363.
  5. Cashion, T., Le Manach, F., Zeller, D., & Pauly, D. (2017). Most fish destined for fishmeal production are food‐grade fishFish and Fisheries18(5), 837-844.
  6. Cashion, T., Tyedmers, P., & Parker, R. W. (2017). Global reduction fisheries and their products in the context of sustainable limitsFish and Fisheries18(6), 1026-1037.
  7. Cashion, T., Hornborg, S., Ziegler, F., Hognes, E., & Tyedmers, P. (2016). Review and advancement of the marine biotic resource use metric in LCAs: a case study of Norwegian salmon feed. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 21(8): 1106-1120.

Reports and Non-peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Cashion T, Al-Abdulrazzak D, Belhabib D, Derrick B, Divovich E, Moutopoulos D, et al. A global fishing gear dataset for integration into the Sea Around Us global fisheries databases. Vancouver; 2018.
  2. Le Manach, F., Bailey, M., Cashion T., Nouvian, C. (February 2017). The Dark Side of Aquaculture. Published online:
  3. Cashion T. (2016). End use of marine fisheries landings. Fisheries Centre Research Report 17(3). Vancouver: University of British Columbia.
  4. Cashion, T., Forbes, I., & Knezevic, I. (December 2014). Initiating and Sustaining Community Gardens and Community Kitchens: a Preliminary Study in Nova Scotia. Published online:

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