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The propagation of sustainable fishery by Arctic shipping route stakeholders

The propagation of sustainable fishery by Arctic shipping route stakeholders
The propagation of sustainable fishery by Arctic shipping route stakeholders
This research addresses the question of how to better disseminate the concept of sustainable fishery along the Arctic shipping route. The fishery trade network of Arctic is constructed and the complex network theory is applied to conduct the analysis. We further simulate the network by introducing three factors, namely, national will, knowledge absorption capacity and initial propagation node and applying the SIR (susceptible–infective-removed) model. It is found that, in order to disseminate the sustainable fishery concept in the Arctic shipping route, there is a need for countries to increase their national will, increase their capacity to absorb knowledge, and give full play to the role of high-node countries. This paper theoretically suggests three countries of Norway, Denmark, and China to act as initiators of the network and proposes possible measures that countries can take to cooperate on sustainable fisheries development. Our findings offer a useful reference on international arctic fishery cooperation.
Arctic, Complex network, SIR propagation model, Sustainable fishery
0308-597X
Zhao, Changping
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Xie, Xiya
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Gong, Yu
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Liu, Beili
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Zhao, Changping
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Xie, Xiya
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Gong, Yu
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Liu, Beili
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Zhao, Changping, Xie, Xiya, Gong, Yu and Liu, Beili (2021) The propagation of sustainable fishery by Arctic shipping route stakeholders. Marine Policy, 131, [104619]. (doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2021.104619).

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Abstract

This research addresses the question of how to better disseminate the concept of sustainable fishery along the Arctic shipping route. The fishery trade network of Arctic is constructed and the complex network theory is applied to conduct the analysis. We further simulate the network by introducing three factors, namely, national will, knowledge absorption capacity and initial propagation node and applying the SIR (susceptible–infective-removed) model. It is found that, in order to disseminate the sustainable fishery concept in the Arctic shipping route, there is a need for countries to increase their national will, increase their capacity to absorb knowledge, and give full play to the role of high-node countries. This paper theoretically suggests three countries of Norway, Denmark, and China to act as initiators of the network and proposes possible measures that countries can take to cooperate on sustainable fisheries development. Our findings offer a useful reference on international arctic fishery cooperation.

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Zhao et al. (2021) sustainable fishery accepted version 20210403 - Accepted Manuscript
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Accepted/In Press date: 28 May 2021
e-pub ahead of print date: 9 June 2021
Keywords: Arctic, Complex network, SIR propagation model, Sustainable fishery

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Local EPrints ID: 449749
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/449749
ISSN: 0308-597X
PURE UUID: acb12774-66f7-49e8-b0c7-2a5b1c79b5c5
ORCID for Yu Gong: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5411-376X

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Date deposited: 15 Jun 2021 16:32
Last modified: 25 Jun 2022 01:52

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Author: Changping Zhao
Author: Xiya Xie
Author: Yu Gong ORCID iD
Author: Beili Liu

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