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Agnew of Lochnaw, S. C., Appleby, T., Bean, E., & Bunwaree, P. (2021). Fishing or fish farming: the conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland. Environmental Law and Management, 31(5), 193-20 (2021)
Journal Article
Appleby, T., Agnew, C., Bean, E., & Bunwaree, P. (2021). Agnew of Lochnaw, S. C., Appleby, T., Bean, E., & Bunwaree, P. (2021). Fishing or fish farming: the conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland. Environmental Law and Management, 31(5), 193-203. Environmental Law and Management, 31(5), 193-203

There is a rising concern over the impact of aquaculture, particularly salmon farming, on the aquatic environment. Two Scottish parliamentary investigations have revealed concerns over the environmental impacts of the industry, particularly with rega... Read More about Agnew of Lochnaw, S. C., Appleby, T., Bean, E., & Bunwaree, P. (2021). Fishing or fish farming: the conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland. Environmental Law and Management, 31(5), 193-20.

A legal geography of the right to fish in English coastal waters: The contribution of the public trust (2021)
Thesis
Bean, E. A legal geography of the right to fish in English coastal waters: The contribution of the public trust. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6706313

The health of oceanic fish stocks is a cause for concern. In UK waters, just under half of monitored stocks are being harvested at or beyond sustainable levels. This thesis seeks to identify the potential role for the legal doctrine of the public rig... Read More about A legal geography of the right to fish in English coastal waters: The contribution of the public trust.

Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area (2018)
Journal Article
Appleby, T., Studley, M., Moorhouse, B., Brown, J., Staddon, C., & Bean, E. (2021). Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area. Marine Policy, 127, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.06.012

Very large marine protected areas are in danger of becoming 'paper parks'. This paper uses an interdisciplinary team to investigate the use of remote sensing technologies to provide sufficient evidence for effective fisheries management. It uses the... Read More about Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area.

The ownership of inshore fisheries in Scotland: An opportunity for community ownership? (2018)
Journal Article
Agnew, S. C., Appleby, T., & Bean, E. (2018). The ownership of inshore fisheries in Scotland: An opportunity for community ownership?. Journal of Water Law, 26(2), 70-77

The Scottish Government has pledged to reform inshore fisheries by 2020, while the UK Government is in the process of reforming fisheries legislation with the Fisheries Bill, brought forward in anticipation of the departure of the UK from the EU. . A... Read More about The ownership of inshore fisheries in Scotland: An opportunity for community ownership?.

Holding back the tide: An exploration of the possible legal basis for a claim of a right to be protected from flooding (2016)
Journal Article
Bean, E., Staddon, C., & Appleby, T. (2016). Holding back the tide: An exploration of the possible legal basis for a claim of a right to be protected from flooding. Journal of Water Law, 25(2), 61-68

As there is no general right to be defended from flooding, any measures taken to protect communities from flooding would appear to be motivated by political considerations. This article explores the possibilities open to a party seeking to benefit fr... Read More about Holding back the tide: An exploration of the possible legal basis for a claim of a right to be protected from flooding.