Scientific, Economic and Cultural Background
- Chan, Hing Ling. “Economic impacts of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument expansion on the Hawaii longline fishery.” Marine Policy. 14 Feb. 2020.
- Kuempel C. et al. 2019. Quantifying biases in marine-protected-area placement relative to abatable threats. Conservation Biology, Volume 0, No. 0 1-10.
- Kingma, Eric. “Big Environmental Groups Continue to Prey Upon Hawaii Fishing Groups.” Hawaii Fishing News. Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, 41-5 (June 2016): 16-18. Print.
- Expanding the monument will not improve tuna catches in Main Hawaiian Islands for small vessel pelagic fisheries
Critical Important for the Hawaii longline fishery of maintaining access to the US EEZ in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
- Slide on average depth of the proposed expansion area
- Information Presentation on the Request to Expand the PMNM, May 2016
- Closing off US EEZ + high seas closures would destroy HI longline fishery
- Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council’s Analysis of the “Pu‘uhonua a Place of Sanctuary
- Top Ten Recreational Fishing States
- 2014 Hawaii Food Crops
- Hawaii Pelagic Species Landing & Revenues (2014)
- Port of Honolulu (2014)
- Middle Bank
- Foreign Longline Vessels Compete with Hawaii Longline Vessels
- The Koani Foundation, The Coalition of Hawaiian Nationals and Ke Aupuni O Hawaii Joint Statement 07.26.2016