Peer Reviewed Articles, Book Chapters, Conference Proceedings, and Book Reviews
- Mendenhall, Elizabeth, Elizabeth De Santo, Elizabeth Nyman and Rachel Tiller (2019). A soft treaty, hard to reach: The second inter-governmental conference for biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction. Marine Policy 108: 103664. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103664
- Elizabeth M. De Santo; Áslaug Ásgeirsdóttir; Ana Barros-Platiau; Frank Biermann; Leandra Regina Gonçalves; Rakhyun E Kim; Elizabeth Mendenhall; Ronald Mitchell; Elizabeth Nyman; Michelle Scobie; Kai Sun; Rachel Tiller; D. G Webster; Oran Young (2019). Protecting Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: An Earth System Governance Perspective. Earth System Governance Journal. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.esg.2019.100029
- Rachel Tiller, Elizabeth Nyman, Dorothy Dankel and Yajie Liu (2019). Resilience to Exogenous Shocks in Environmental Management Regimes in the Arctic – lessons learned from survivors. Polar Journal. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/2154896X.2019.1618557
- Michael Harte, Rachel Tiller and George Kailis (2019). Countering a climate of instability: The future of relative stability under the Common Fisheries Policy. ICES Journal of Marine Science. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsz109
- Nyman, E., C.B. Galvao, J. Mileski, and R. Tiller (2019). The Svalbard archipelago: an exploratory analysis of port investment in the context of the new arctic routes. Maritime Studies, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40152-019-00143-4
- Rachel Tiller et al (2019). Who cares about Ocean Acidification in the Plasticene? Ocean and Coastal Management. Volume 174, pgs 170-180. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.03.020
- Rachel Tiller and Dorothy Dankel (2019). Climate Change and Contested Marine Areas in the Arctic: The Case of Svalbard, in: Harris, P.G. (Ed.), Climate Change and Ocean Governance: Politics and Policy for Threatened Seas. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 184-198. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108502238.012
- John Ellis and Rachel Tiller (2019). Conceptualizing future scenarios of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) in the Norwegian salmon industry. Marine Policy. Volume 104, June 2019, pgs 198-209. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2019.02.049
- Yajie Liu, Rachel Tiller, Jarle Mork and Åshild Borgersen (2018). Emerging jellyfish and its significance in local fisheries – a Periphylla periphylla story in the Trondheimsfjord. 171-179 in CIESM Monograph 50. [F Briand Ed.] Engaging marine scientists and fishers to share knowledge and perceptions – early lessons. CIESM Publisher, Monaco and Paris, 218 p.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Elizabeth De Santo, Elizabeth Mendenhall and Elizabeth Nyman (2018). The once and future treaty: Towards a new regime for biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction. Marine Policy. Vol 99, Jan 2019, Pgs 239-242. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.10.046
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller and Elizabeth Nyman (2018). Ocean Plastics and the BBNJ treaty: is plastics frightening enough to insert itself into the BBNJ treaty, or do we need to wait for a treaty on its own? Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-018-0495-4
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller and Russell Richards (2018). Ocean futures: Exploring stakeholders´ perceptions of adaptive capacity to changing marine environments in Northern Norway. Marine Policy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.04.001
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Jean-Luc De Kok, Karolien Vermeiren and Trine Thorvaldsen (2017). Accountability as a governance paradox in the Norwegian salmon aquaculture industry. Mar. Sci. – Marine Fisheries, Aquaculture and Living Resources, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00071.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Jean-Luc De Kok, Karolien Vermeiren, Russell Richards, Murat Van Ardelan and Jennifer Bailey (2016). Stakeholder Perceptions of Links between Environmental Changes to their Socio-Ecological System and their Adaptive Capacity in the Region of Troms, Norway. Mar. Sci., 20 December 2016 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2016.00267
- Rachel Tiller and Elizabeth Nyman (2016). The clear and present danger to the Norwegian sovereignty of the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone: Enter the Snow Crab. Ocean and Coastal Management, Vol. 137, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.12.012
- L. de Kok, P. Viaene, K. Vermeiren1, M. van der Meulen, R. Tiller, M. van Ardelan, J. Bailey, R. Thorpe, J. Beecham, S. Van Leeuwen, F. Thingstad, T. M. Tsagaraki, R. Richards, C. Bizsel, and H. Salgado (2016): Integrating scientific knowledge, data and stakeholder perceptions for decision support. In: Sauvage, S., Sánchez-Pérez, J.M., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, July 10-14, Toulouse, FRANCE. Vol 4, pp. 1116-1123. ISBN:978-88-9035-745-9
- Rachel Tiller, Borgersen, Å. Knutsen, Ø., Bailey, J., Bjelland, H.V., Mork, J., Eisenhauer, L., and Liu, Y. (2016): “Coming soon to a fjord near you: Future jellyfish scenarios in a changing climate.” Coastal Management Journal, Volume 45, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08920753.2017.1237239
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Svalestuen, Y., Öztürk, P. and Tidemann, A. (2015): Simulating stakeholder behavior in a marine setting: Integrated coastal zone planning and the influential power of selected stakeholders in Frøya, Norway. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2:90. Doi: 3389/fmars.2015.00090
- Rachel Tiller and Russell Richards (2015): Once bitten, twice shy: Aquacutlure, stakeholder adaptive capacity, and policy implications of iterative stakeholder workshops; the case of Frøya, Norway. Ocean and Coastal Management. Avail. Online 11. Sept. 15. Doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.09.001
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Elizabeth Nyman (2015): Having the cake and eating it too: To manage or own the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone. Marine Policy 10/2015; 60:141-148
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Jarle Mork, Yajie Liu, Åshild L Borgersen, Russell Richards (2015): To Adapt or Not Adapt: Assessing the Adaptive Capacity of Artisanal Fishers in the Trondheimsfjord (Norway) to Jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) Bloom and Purse Seiners. Marine and Coastal Fisheries Dynamics Management and Ecosystem Science 07/2015; 7(1):260-273.
- Hugo Salgado, Jennifer Bailey, Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller and John Ellis (2015): Stakeholder perceptions of the impacts from salmon aquaculture in the Chilean Patagonia. Ocean & Coastal Management 07/2015; DOI:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.07.016
- Jennifer Bailey, Murat Van Ardelan, Klaudia L. Hernández, Humberto E. González, José Luis Iriarte, Lasse Mork Olsen, Hugo Salgado, and Rachel Tiller (2015): Interdisciplinarity as an Emergent Property: The Research Project “CINTERA” and the Study of Marine Eutrophication. Sustainability 07/2015; 7(7):9118-9139.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2015): “Md Saidul Islam. Confronting the Blue Revolution: Industrial Aquaculture and Sustainability in the Global South. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (review), Global Environmental Politics Vol 15 No 6, p. 186-187.20.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller; Hansen, Lillian; Richards, Russell; Strand, Hillevi (2015) “Work segmentation in the Norwegian salmon industry: The application of segmented labor market theory to work migrants on the island community of Frøya, Norway”. Marine Policy, volume 5121.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Mork, J., Richards, R., Eisenhauer, L., Liu, Y., Nakken, J-F., and Borgersen, Å. (2014), “Something fishy: Assessing stakeholder resilience to increasing jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) in Trondheimsfjord, Norway”, Marine Policy, Vol 46, May 2014, pgs 72-83.
- Tiller, R., Richards, R., Salgado, H., Strand, H., Moe, E. and Ellis, J. (2014), “Assessing Stakeholder Adaptive Capacity to Salmon Aquaculture in Norway”, Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development, 01/2014, 11(1), pgs 62-96.
- Richards, R., Oz, S., Meinecke, J-O., Tiller,R (2014). App2Adapt: Using Tablet Technology to Elicit Conditional Probabilities for Bayesian Belief Network Modelling. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2014), “Saving Global Fisheries: Reducing Fishing Capacity to Promote Sustainability by Samuel J. Barkin and Elizabeth R. DeSombre (review), Global Environmental Politics, Vol 14 No 2, p. 129-130.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller and Hansen, S. (2013). “International regime analyses in the northeast Atlantic”. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. Vol. 3 Issue 2, pgs 217-231.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Gentry, R. and Richards, R. (2013). “Stakeholder driven future scenarios as an element of interdisciplinary management tools; the case of future offshore aquaculture development and the potential effects on fishermen in Santa Barbara, California”. Ocean & Coastal Management, Volume 73, March 2013, pgs 127-135.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller, Brekken T. and Bailey J. (2012). “Norwegian aquaculture expansion and Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM): Simmering conflicts and competing claims”. Marine Policy, Volume 36, Issue 5, September 2012, pgs 1086-1095.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2012). “Regime formation at the Agenda Formation stage analyzed from a futuristic plankton perspective”. Ocean and Coastal Management, Volume 66, pgs 19-27.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2011). “Institutionalizing the High North: Will the harvest of redfeed be a critical juncture for the solidification of the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone?”. Ocean and Coastal Management, 54 (2011), pgs 374-380
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2010),”Regime management at the bottom of the food web”. Journal of Environment and Development, Vol. 19, No. 2, pgs 191-214.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2009), ”New Resources and Old Regimes: Will the harvest of zooplankton bring critical changes to the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone?”. Ocean Development & International Law, Vol 40, Issue 3, pgs 1–10.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2008), ”The Norwegian system and the distribution of claims to redfeed”. Marine Policy. Volume 32, Issue 6, November 2008, pgs 928-940.
- Rachel Gjelsvik Tiller (2008), ”Vil et fremtidig raudåteregime i nordøst-Atlanteren være effektivt, og hva kan vi lære av CCAMLR?”. Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift, Volume 24, pgs 359-381