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Human rights and neo-liberalism in small-scale fisheries: Conjoined priorities and processes; Kenneth Ruddle and Anthony Davis; Marine Policy, Vol. 39, 2013.
Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK) in Interdisciplinary Research and Application: a Critical Review: Kenneth Ruddle and Anthony Davis; Asian Fisheries Science, Vol. 26, 2013.
Massaging the Misery: Recent Approaches to Fisheries Governance and the Betrayal of Small-Scale Fisheries: Anthony Davis and Kenneth Ruddle; Human Organization, Vol. 71 No. 3, 2012.
Knowing in context: An exploration of the interface of marine harvesters’ local ecological knowledge with ecosystem approaches to management: Alida Bundy and Anthony Davis; Marine Policy, Vol. 38, 2012.
What is ‘‘Ecological’’ in Local Ecological Knowledge? Lessons from Canada and Vietnam: Kenneth Ruddle and Anthony Davis; Society and Natural Resources, pgs: 1-15, 2011
Constructing confidence: rational skepticism and systematic enquiry in local ecological knowledge research: Anthony Davis and Kenneth Ruddle; Ecological Applications, Vol.20, No.3, 2010.
Local Ecological Knowledge and Marine Fisheries Research: the Case of St. Georges Bay Fish Harvesters’ Ecological Knowledge of White Hake (Urophycis tenuis) Predation on Juvenile American Lobster (Homarus americanus) Anthony Davis, John Mark Hanson, Hadley Watts, and Holli MacPherson; Canadian Journal of Aquatic Sciences, pgs: 1191-1201, July 2004.
The Right to Fish for a Living? The case for coastal fishing people’s determination of access and participation: Anthony Davis, John Wagner; Ocean and Coastal Management 49 (2006) , pp 476-497
Who Knows? On the Importance of Identifying ‘Experts’ When Researching Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK)* : Social Research for Sustainable Fisheries (SRSF)*, St. Francis Xavier University: Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Who Knows? On the Importance of Identifying ‘Experts’ When Researching Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK)* : Anthony Davis, and John R. Wagner; Human Ecology, Vol.31, No.3, September 2003.