Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures

@inproceedings{Cohen2013FishingDA,
  title={Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures},
  author={Philippa Jane Cohen and Joshua E. Cinner and Simon Foale},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Periodically-harvested fisheries closures are emerging as a socially acceptable and locally implementable way to balance concerns about conserving ecosystem function and sustaining livelihoods. Across the Indo-Pacific periodically-harvested closures are commonly employed, yet their contribution towards more sustainable fisheries remains largely untested in the social and ecological context of tropical small-scale fisheries. To address this, we use an interdisciplinary approach to… CONTINUE READING
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