Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, International waters, Jurisdiction, Marine spatial planning and Marine protected area. Her Environmental resource management research includes elements of Deep sea and Ecology, Ecosystem. Her study looks at the relationship between International waters and fields such as Sustainability, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Her biological study deals with issues like Seabed, which deal with fields such as Habitat, Current and Harm. Her Marine spatial planning research incorporates elements of Biodiversity, Ecosystem approach and Mandate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Oceanography and Pelagic zone in addition to Marine conservation.
Kristina M. Gjerde mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, International waters, Jurisdiction, Biodiversity and Sustainability. Kristina M. Gjerde combines subjects such as Deep sea and Sustainable development with her study of Environmental resource management. Her research investigates the connection between International waters and topics such as Marine protected area that intersect with problems in Fishery, Convention on Biological Diversity, Ecosystem services and Mandate.
Her research in Jurisdiction intersects with topics in United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, International law, Marine biodiversity, Environmental planning and Law of the sea. Her work deals with themes such as Deep sea mining and Marine Policy, which intersect with Biodiversity. Her Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stewardship, Marine ecosystem, Capacity building, Fishing and Negotiation.
Kristina M. Gjerde mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Jurisdiction, Sustainability, Biodiversity and Environmental planning. Kristina M. Gjerde has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Deep sea, Ocean policy and Sustainable development. Her Jurisdiction research includes themes of Treaty, United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Marine biodiversity and Negotiation.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fishery, International waters and Ecosystem. Her studies in International waters integrate themes in fields like Marine protected area and Environmental protection. Kristina M. Gjerde studied Environmental planning and Marine ecosystem that intersect with Overfishing.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Sustainability, Biodiversity, Jurisdiction, Environmental resource management and International waters. Her Biodiversity research incorporates themes from Global warming, Climate change and Ecosystem, Biome. The Jurisdiction study combines topics in areas such as Environmental planning and Negotiation.
Her Negotiation study incorporates themes from Marine protected area and International community. She combines subjects such as Population abundance, Ecology, Ocean policy, Animal migration and Marine species with her study of Environmental resource management. Her International waters research includes elements of Treaty, Marine biodiversity and Environmental protection.
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Pelagic protected areas: the missing dimension in ocean conservation
Edward T. Game;Edward T. Game;Hedley S. Grantham;Alistair J. Hobday;Robert L. Pressey.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2009)
Sustainability of deep-sea fisheries
Elliott A. Norse;Sandra Brooke;William W. L. Cheung;Malcolm R. Clark.
Marine Policy (2012)
A call for deep-ocean stewardship.
Kathryn J. Mengerink;Kathryn J. Mengerink;Cindy L. Van Dover;Jeff Ardron;Maria Baker.
Marine spatial planning in the high seas
Jeff Ardron;Kristina Gjerde;Sian Pullen;Virginie Tilot.
Marine Policy (2008)
Defining “serious harm” to the marine environment in the context of deep-seabed mining
Lisa A. Levin;Kathryn Mengerink;Kristina M. Gjerde;Ashley A. Rowden.
Marine Policy (2016)
Managing mining of the deep seabed
L. M. Wedding;S. M. Reiter;S. M. Reiter;C. R. Smith;K. M. Gjerde.
The Convention on Biological Diversity's Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas: Origins, development, and current status
Daniel C. Dunn;Jeff Ardron;Nicholas Bax;Nicholas Bax;Patricio Bernal.
Marine Policy (2014)
The Science behind the Guidelines: A Scientific Guide to the FAO Draft International Guidelines (December 2007) for the Management of Deep-Sea Fisheries in the High Seas and Examples of How the Guidelines may be Practically Implemented.
KM Gjerde;Clark;AD Rogers;JM Hall-Spencer.
Systematic Conservation Planning: A Better Recipe for Managing the High Seas for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use
Natalie C. Ban;Natalie C. Ban;Nicholas J. Bax;Kristina M. Gjerde;Rodolphe Devillers;Rodolphe Devillers.
Conservation Letters (2014)
Definition and detection of vulnerable marine ecosystems on the high seas: problems with the “move-on” rule
Peter J. Auster;Kristina Gjerde;Eric Heupel;Les Watling.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2011)
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