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Appleby, T. and Croce, B. (2014) Time and Tide. In: International Marine Conservation Congress 2014, University of Glasgow, 14 - 18 August 2014.
Appleby, T., Everard, M. and Simpson, S. (2014) Law and science in conflict: The resurrection of maximum sustainable yield. In: Marine and Coastal Policy Forum 2014, University of Plymouth, 18 - 20 June 2014.
Appleby, T., Everard, M. and Simpson, S. (2014) Maximum sustainable yield? Fish, fishers and people. In: Oceans and Human Health Conference, Bedruthan, 20 - 21 March 2014.
Appleby, T. and Croce, B. (2014) Time and Tide. [Video]
Appleby, T., Everard, M., Palmer, R. and Simpson, S. (2013) Plenty More Fish in the Sea? A working paper on the legal issues related to fishing beyond maximum sustainable yield: A UK case study. Working Paper. University of the West of England.
Appleby, T. (2013) Maximum sustainable yield: from science to practice via the law. In: Communicating Science for Sustainable Practice, University of the West of England, Bristol, 27th to 28th November 2013.
Appleby, T. (2013) Ancient fishing rights and modern uses of the sea: Are the two compatible? In: Commonwealth Association of Surveying and Land Economy: Management of Land and Sea Resources – What's New? , Glasgow University, 7th to 10th July 2013.
Appleby, T. (2013) Legal challenge and its implications. In: Evidence: Trends issues and solutions, SOAS, 2nd July 2013.
Appleby, T. and Pieraccini, M. (2013) Case commentary - fishing quota: A very large squatting claim? Environmental Law and Management, 25 (4). pp. 140-141. ISSN 1067-6058
Appleby, T. (2013) Privatising fishing rights: The way to a fisheries wonderland? Public Law. pp. 481-497. ISSN 0033-3565
Appleby, T., Bayley, P., Genner, M., Hendy, E., Hooker-Stroud, A., Monteiro, F., Pieracinni, M. and Simpson, S. and Cabot Institute (2012) 2050: Sustainable oceans in a changing climate Cabot Institute Position Paper. Cabot Institute.
Appleby, T. and Cardwell, E., Prowse, H. and Pine, W. (2011) Who should have the right to catch fish? (A short film) The Guardian (2011) Who should have the right to catch fish? - video. [Video]
Appleby, T. and Solandt , J.-L. (2011) The habitats directive and fisheries administration: An immovable object meets and irresistible force? In: World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Aberdeen, Scotland (UK), 26 - 30 September 2011.
Appleby, T. (2011) The EC Common Fisheries Policy. By ROBIN R. CHURCHILL and DANIEL OWEN. Journal of Environmental Law, 23 (2). pp. 351-352. ISSN 0952-8873
Appleby, T. and Jones, P. (2011) The marine and coastal access act - A hornets’ nest? Marine Policy, 36 (1). pp. 73-77. ISSN 0308-597X
Appleby, T. (2011) Is the UK's fishery quota system a violation of human rights law? The Ecologist.
Appleby, T. (2010) The crown's marine estate- A sovereign wealth fund? The management of the Crown Estate, Eighth Report of Session 2009–10, II Ev. pp. 68-70.
Appleby, T. (2009) The Marine Bill: An overview and some thoughts. Liverpool Law Review, 30 (2). pp. 101-113. ISSN 0144-932X
Appleby, T. (2008) Report into the establishment of marine protected areas in UK waters under existing legislation. Discussion Paper. Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.
Appleby, T. (2008) Response to: Another view on the public right to fish and the question of regulation or ownership. Journal of Water Law, 19. pp. 41-42. ISSN 1478-5277
Appleby, T. (2007) Damage by fishing in the UK's Lyme Bay - A problem of regulation or ownership? Journal of Water Law, 16 (6). pp. 39-46. ISSN 1478-5277
Appleby, T. (2007) The draft Marine Bill: Will it deliver marine protection? Journal of Water Law, 18 (6). pp. 191-196. ISSN 1478-5277
Anderson, D., Anderson, R., MacNeish, D., Butcher, D., Wood, H., Vella-Boyle, T., Wood, H. and Appleby, T. (2006) Caught in time. [Video]
Appleby, T. (2005) The public right to fish: Is it fit for purpose? Journal of Water Law, 16 (6). pp. 201-205. ISSN 1478-5277
Bean, E. and Appleby, T. (2014) Guidelines for sustainable intertidal bait and seaweed collection in Wales: Legislative review. Technical Report. University of the West of England, Bristol.
ECEHH, and Appleby, T. (2014) Oceans and Health Conference. [Video]
Everard, M., Pontin, B., Appleby, T., Staddon, C., Hayes, E. T., Barnes, J. and Longhurst, J. (2013) Air as a common good. Environmental Science & Policy, 33. pp. 354-368. ISSN 1462-9011
Everard, M. and Appleby, T. (2009) Ecosystem services and the common law: Evaluating the full scale of damages. Environmental Law and Management, 20 (6). pp. 325-339. ISSN 1067-6058
Everard, M. and Appleby, T. (2009) Safeguarding the societal value of land. Environmental Law and Management, 21 (1). pp. 14-21. ISSN 1099-0941
Everard, M., Appleby, T., Colvin, J., Watts, B. and Chimbuya, S. (2009) Tools for the equitable and sustainable use of ecosystem resources: Parts 1 and 2. Environmental Law and Management, 21 (2). pp. 71-88. ISSN 1067-6058
Steadman, D., Appleby, T. and Hawkins, J. (2014) Minimising unsustainable yield: Ten failing European ﬁsheries. Marine Policy, 48. pp. 192-201. ISSN 0308-597X
Solandt, J.-L., Luk, S., Gregson, S., Moore, M. and Appleby, T. (2014) A new approach to delivering fisheries management in English European marine sites. In: International Marine Conservation Congress 2014, University of Glasgow, 14 - 18 August 2014.
Solandt, J.-L., Appleby, T. and Hoskin, M. (2013) Up Frenchman's creek: A case study on managing commercial fishing in an English special area of conservation and its implications. Environmental Law and Management, 25. pp. 133-139. ISSN 1067-6058
Staddon, C., Appleby, T. and Grant, E. (2011) A right to water - A geographico-legal perspective. In: Sultana, F. and Loftus, A., eds. (2011) The right to water: Politics, governance and social struggles. First edition. Abingdon, Oxon: Earthscan, pp. 61-77. ISBN 9781849713597
Sheppard, A., Askew, J., Dalton, A., Baker, N., Appleby, T. and Peel, D. (2008) A review of mobile phone operators permitted development rights. Project Report. Welsh Assembly Government, Bristol.
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