His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Marine protected area, Marine spatial planning, Government and Marine Strategy Framework Directive. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Environmental studies and Fisheries management. His studies in Marine protected area integrate themes in fields like Marine reserve and Environmental planning.
Peter J.S. Jones has included themes like Adaptive management and Sustainable development in his Marine spatial planning study. His work deals with themes such as Resource and Marine resource management, which intersect with Government. His study in the field of Good Environmental Status also crosses realms of Directive.
Peter J.S. Jones mainly investigates Marine protected area, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Marine conservation and Stakeholder. His study in Marine protected area is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Government, Fishing industry, Sustainability and Fisheries management. Peter J.S. Jones does research in Environmental resource management, focusing on Marine spatial planning specifically.
His Marine spatial planning research includes elements of Adaptive management, Legislation, Stakeholder engagement and Marine Strategy Framework Directive. His Environmental planning research includes themes of Natural resource, Habitats Directive, Nature reserve and Fishing. Peter J.S. Jones studied Marine conservation and Marine ecosystem that intersect with Biodiversity and Ecosystem services.
His primary scientific interests are in Marine protected area, Environmental planning, Incentive, Tourism and Public administration. His work in Marine protected area addresses issues such as Sustainability, which are connected to fields such as Certification and Stewardship. Peter J.S. Jones combines subjects such as Marine conservation, Marine ecosystem, Fisheries management and Seascape with his study of Environmental planning.
Peter J.S. Jones has researched Fisheries management in several fields, including Poverty, Corruption and Natural resource management. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mandate, Jurisdiction, Government, Decentralization and Politics. His research in Government intersects with topics in National park and Enforcement.
Environmental planning, Marine ecosystem, Marine conservation, Tourism and Ecotourism are his primary areas of study. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change and Overfishing. His Marine conservation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Marine protected area, Ecosystem, Fisheries management and Zostera marina.
The concepts of his Marine protected area study are interwoven with issues in Ecosystem services, Sustainability and Monitoring and evaluation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Poverty, Seascape, Corruption and Natural resource management in addition to Fisheries management. In the field of Tourism, his study on Wildlife tourism overlaps with subjects such as Incentive.
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Ecosystem-based marine spatial management: Review of concepts, policies, tools, and critical issues
Stelios Katsanevakis;Vanessa Stelzenmüller;Andy South;Thomas Kirk Sørensen.
Ocean & Coastal Management (2011)
The science of European marine reserves: Status, efficacy, and future needs
Phillip B Fenberg;Jennifer E Caselle;Joachim Claudet;Michaela Clemence.
Marine Policy (2012)
Fish, human health and marine ecosystem health: policies in collision
Eric J Brunner;Peter J S Jones;Sharon Friel;Mel Bartley.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2009)
Monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas: A generic framework for implementation of ecosystem based marine management and its application
Vanessa Stelzenmüller;Patricia Breen;Tammy Stamford;Frank Thomsen.
Marine Policy (2013)
Building partnership capacity for the collaborative management of marine protected areas in the UK: a preliminary analysis.
Peter J.S. Jones;Jacquelin Burgess.
Journal of Environmental Management (2005)
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