Interplay between changes in fishery and social dynamic in coastal fishing communities of Tanzania

@article{Katikiro2013InterplayBC,
  title={Interplay between changes in fishery and social dynamic in coastal fishing communities of Tanzania},
  author={Robert Katikiro and Edison D. Macusi and Khm Ashoka Deepananda},
  journal={Western Indian Ocean journal of marine science},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={95-110}
}
Fishing communities constantly change and adapt to modifications in their environment, which are reflected by changes in variables related to fishery. However, the impact of these quickly changing fishery patterns on social dynamics of artisanal fishing communities in the Western Indian Ocean has been poorly investigated. This article looks at how communities have been affected by recent developments, technological and social changes in the fisheries sector and the mechanisms that people use to… 

Dynamite Fishing in a Marine Protected Area in Tanzania: Why Youth Perceptions Matter

  • V. Kamat
  • Environmental Science
    Coastal Management
  • 2019
Abstract Young men in coastal Tanzania are often blamed for damaging marine habitats by engaging in unsustainable and destructive fishing practices, including dynamite fishing, but their perceptions