reference : Human dimensions of climate change and fisheries in a coupled system: The Atlantic surfclam case

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Abstract Research on changes in a coupled marine system of the Mid-Atlantic Bight, focusing on Atlantic surfclams and the associated fishery and management system, is reviewed for how the human dimensions of this coupled socio-ecological system are addressed by the researchers. Our foci are on economic modelling of spatial choices, using dynamic optimization with adjustments that reflect better the natural and socio-economic realities of the fishery and on ethnographic observations of decision processes, particularly those of the regional fishery management council, with particular emphasis on cognitive frames and management communities. These are designed to be integrated with and to complement biophysical modelling of the complex coupled socio-ecological system.
Author McCay, Bonnie J.; Brandt, Sylvia; Creed, Carolyn F.
DOI 10.1093/icesjms/fsr044
ISSN 1054-3139
Issue 6
Journal ICES Journal of Marine Science
Pages 1354-1367
Title Human dimensions of climate change and fisheries in a coupled system: The Atlantic surfclam case
Volume 68
Year 2011
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