Hussein Samh Al-masroori
Marine Science and Fisheries
Sultan Qaboos University
Hussein Samh Al-Masroori is an Assistant professor of the Department of Marine Science and Fisheries in the Sultan Qaboos University
Biological Deterioration as an Approach to Terminate the Effective Fishing Life Span of Lost Traps, Estimating the capital stock and investment in artisanal fishery: A case study approach, Solving Demersal Trap Ghost Fishing Problem in Sultanate of Oman, Catching and Economic Performance of the Demersal Longline Fishery.
Al-Subhi K. K., S. Bose, H. Al-Masroori (2012) Fishers’ compliance motivations: A case study of the Sultanate of Oman, Marine Policy, 37:141-148.
Al-Masroori H. S., Bose, S. (2014) Towards Developing Index for the Assessment of Sustainable Development: A Case Study of the Sultanate of Oman. The Seventeenth International Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade (IIFET) Proceeding, 7 - 11 July, 2014, Brisbane, Australia http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/54719/Al-Masroori267.pdf?sequence=1
Al-Masroori H. S., Bose, S. (2015) Anchoring to determine negotiated catch limits: A case of an industrial fishery in Oman, African Journal of Marine Science (Accepted).