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Luc van Hoof
Luc van Hoof
Wageningen Marine Research and EFARO
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Ecosystem-based marine spatial management: review of concepts, policies, tools, and critical issues
S Katsanevakis, V Stelzenmüller, A South, TK Sørensen, PJS Jones, ...
Ocean & coastal management 54 (11), 807-820, 2011
5072011
Institutional ambiguity in implementing the European Union marine strategy framework directive
J Van Leeuwen, L Van Hoof, J Van Tatenhove
Marine Policy 36 (3), 636-643, 2012
1152012
EU marine policy on the move: the tension between fisheries and maritime policy
L van Hoof, J van Tatenhove
Marine Policy 33 (4), 726-732, 2009
922009
Implementing the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: A policy perspective on regulatory, institutional and stakeholder impediments to effective implementation
J van Leeuwen, J Raakjaer, L Van Hoof, J van Tatenhove, R Long, ...
Marine Policy 50, 325-330, 2014
792014
Maritime ecosystem-based management in practice: Lessons learned from the application of a generic spatial planning framework in Europe
L Buhl-Mortensen, I Galparsoro, TV Fernandez, K Johnson, G D'Anna, ...
Marine Policy 75, 174-186, 2017
702017
The optimal process of self‐sampling in fisheries: lessons learned in the Netherlandsa
M Kraan, S Uhlmann, J Steenbergen, ATM Van Helmond, L Van Hoof
Journal of Fish Biology 83 (4), 963-973, 2013
572013
All at sea; regionalisation and integration of marine policy in Europe
L van Hoof, J Van Leeuwen, J van Tatenhove
Maritime Studies 11, 1-14, 2012
532012
Regional cooperation for European seas: governance models in support of the implementation of the MSFD
J van Tatenhove, J Raakjaer, J van Leeuwen, L van Hoof
Marine Policy 50, 364-372, 2014
442014
Co-management: an alternative to enforcement?
L Van Hoof
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (2), 395-401, 2010
412010
Fisheries management, the ecosystem approach, regionalisation and the elephants in the room
L van Hoof
Marine Policy 60, 20-26, 2015
402015
Identifying barriers and levers of biodiversity mainstreaming in four cases of transnational governance of land and water
S Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, E Boelee, J Cools, L van Hoof, O Hospes, M Kok, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 85, 132-140, 2018
392018
MEFEPO: Making the European Fisheries Ecosystem Plan Operational: North Sea Atlas
OAL Paramor, KA Allen, M Aanesen, C Armstrong, TJ Hegland, ...
University of Liverpool, 2009
392009
Governing risks of multi-use: seaweed aquaculture at offshore wind farms
SWK Van den Burg, C Röckmann, JL Banach, L Van Hoof
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 60, 2020
372020
How to dance? The tango of stakeholder involvement in marine governance research
M Kraan, A Hendriksen, L Van Hoof, J Van Leeuwen, C Jouanneau
Marine Policy 50, 347-352, 2014
342014
Food from the ocean; towards a research agenda for sustainable use of our oceans’ natural resources
L Van Hoof, G Fabi, V Johansen, J Steenbergen, X Irigoien, S Smith, ...
Marine Policy 105, 44-51, 2019
332019
How Sectors can contribute to sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity
M Kok, R Alkemade, M Bakkenes, E Boelee, V Christensen, M Van Eerdt, ...
PBL, 2014
322014
Assessing uncertainty associated with the monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas
V Stelzenmüller, TV Fernández, K Cronin, C Röckmann, M Pantazi, ...
Marine Policy 51, 151-162, 2015
302015
Muddying the waters of the Landing Obligation: How multi-level governance structures can obscure policy implementation
L van Hoof, M Kraan, NM Visser, E Avoyan, J Batsleer, B Trapman
The European Landing Obligation, 179, 2019
282019
Sometimes you cannot make it on your own; drivers and scenarios for regional cooperation in implementing the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive
L van Hoof, A Hendriksen, HJ Bloomfield
Marine Policy 50, 339-346, 2014
272014
Can multi-use of the sea be safe? A framework for risk assessment of multi-use at sea
L Van Hoof, SWK Van den Burg, JL Banach, C Röckmann, M Goossen
Ocean & Coastal Management 184, 105030, 2020
262020
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