Emerging frontiers in perceptions research for aquatic conservation

@inproceedings{GELCICHa2016EmergingFI,
  title={Emerging frontiers in perceptions research for aquatic conservation},
  author={STEFAN GELCICHa and JAY O'KEEFFEb},
  year={2016}
}
  • STEFAN GELCICHa, JAY O'KEEFFEb
  • Published 2016
1. Aquatic ecosystems support the livelihoods and food security of millions of people globally, yet face critical challenges from local threats and global pressures. 2. This paper describes how emerging research on perceptions can illuminate potential solutions for aquatic conservation, and seeks to stimulate thinking on how perceptions research can inform sustainable use in aquatic 

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