Navigating transformations in governance of Chilean marine coastal resources

@article{Gelcich2010NavigatingTI,
  title={Navigating transformations in governance of Chilean marine coastal resources},
  author={S. Gelcich and T. Hughes and P. Olsson and C. Folke and O. Defeo and Miriam Fernández and S. Foale and L. Gunderson and C. Rodr{\'i}guez-Sickert and M. Scheffer and R. Steneck and J. Castilla},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={107},
  pages={16794 - 16799}
}
Marine ecosystems are in decline. New transformational changes in governance are urgently required to cope with overfishing, pollution, global changes, and other drivers of degradation. Here we explore social, political, and ecological aspects of a transformation in governance of Chile's coastal marine resources, from 1980 to today. Critical elements in the initial preparatory phase of the transformation were (i) recognition of the depletion of resource stocks, (ii) scientific knowledge on the… Expand

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