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    • Assessing Africa-Wide Pangolin Exploitation by Scaling Local Data 

      Ingram, DJ; Coad, L; Abernethy, KA; Maisels, F; Stokes, EJ; Bobo, KS; Breuer, T; ... (22 authors) (Conservation Letters, 2018-03)
      Copyright and Photocopying: © 2017 The Authors. Conservation Letters published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Overexploitation is one of the main pressures driving wildlife closer to extinction, yet broad-scale data to evaluate ...
    • Contribution of Subsidies and Participatory Governance to Fishers’ Adaptive Capacity 

      Nenadović, M; Basurto, X; Weaver, AH (Journal of Environment and Development, 2016-12-01)
      © 2016, © The Author(s) 2016. The need for strengthening fishers' adaptive capacity has been proposed in the literature as an important component of effective fisheries governance arrangements in the presence of rising numbers ...
    • Describing the diversity of community supported fishery programs in North America 

      Bolton, AE; Dubik, BA; Stoll, JS; Basurto, X (Marine Policy, 2016-04-01)
      © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. This research investigates organizational diversity within Community Supported Fisheries (CSFs) in North America. Generally understood as the direct marketing of seafood through pre-arranged deliveries, ...
    • “Lies build trust”: Social capital, masculinity, and community-based resource management in a Mexican fishery 

      Siegelman, B; Haenn, N; Basurto, X (World Development, 2019-11-01)
      © 2019 Elsevier Ltd This paper relates how fishermen in San Evaristo on Mexico's Baja peninsula employ fabrications to strengthen bonds of trust and navigate the complexities of common pool resource extraction. We argue ...
    • Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene 

      ASWANI, SHANKAR; BASURTO, XAVIER; FERSE, SEBASTIAN; GLASER, MARION; CAMPBELL, LISA; CINNER, JOSHUAE; DALTON, TRACEY; ... (12 authors) (Environmental Conservation, 2018-06-01)
      © 2017 Foundation for Environmental Conservation. Because the Anthropocene by definition is an epoch during which environmental change is largely anthropogenic and driven by social, economic, psychological and political ...