Frédérique Chlous

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An overarching challenge of natural resource management and biodiversity conservation is that relationships between human and nature are difficult to integrate into tools that can effectively guide decision-making. Social-ecological vulnerability offers a valuable framework for identifying and understanding important social-ecological linkages, and the(More)
This article aims to study how mapping contributes to organize and implement Integrated Coastal Zone Management projects. In order to observe the use of spatial representations and better understand the stakeholder’s mapping practices a qualitative methodology is used. The results show that mapping was mostly used to structure and stabilize the actor’s(More)
Mapping the spatial allocation of fishing effort while including key stakeholders in the decision making process is essential for effective fisheries management but is difficult to implement in complex small-scale fisheries that are diffuse, informal and multifaceted. Here we present a standardized but flexible approach that combines participatory mapping(More)
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