Defining Small-Scale Fisheries and Examining the Role of Science in Shaping Perceptions of Who and What Counts: A Systematic Review
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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 ...
Local Institutional Responses to Global Market Pressures: The Sea Cucumber Trade in Yucatán, Mexico Bennett, A; Basurto, X (World Development, 2018-02-01)© 2017 Elsevier Ltd The expansion of global seafood trade creates opportunities as well as risks for small-scale fisheries (SSFs) livelihoods. Markets provide economic opportunity, but without effective governance, high ...
Dunn, Daniel Carl (2014)Mismatches in the spatiotemporal variability of resource, resource users and management actions breeds inefficiency in the management of marine resources. To date, the spatiotemporal resolution and extent of fisheries management ...