Julia A Bingham

Julia A Bingham
Duke University | DU · Division of Marine Science and Conservation

Bachelor of Science
PhD Canditate at Duke University Marine Lab. Research partner with Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations & Ha'oom Fishing Society

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Introduction
PhD Candidate at Duke University. Governance, equity, knowledge, and power in coastal fisheries, marine environmental management, and conservation. ORCiD: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8536-7570D:

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Publications (5)
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Efforts to expand the marine aquaculture industry often draw on a discourse of opportunity that highlights untapped potential for economic growth. This discourse also underlies the more general concept of Blue Economy in which oceans are a frontier for economic development. Marine aquaculture is seen as an important part of Blue Economy, but the cu...
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There is growing interest in the “integration” of knowledge and values held by Indigenous peoples with Western science into natural resource governance and management. However, poorly conducted integration efforts can risk harming Indigenous communities and reifying colonial legacies. In this regard, dichotomous conceptualizations of Indigenous and...
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Current human – ocean relationships are dominated by unsustainable extraction of marine resources having both ecological and socio-economic consequences. Sustainable fishery management utilizing stakeholder collaboration must become a proactive strategy to prevent or reduce further long-lasting impacts. In Oregon, USA, a newly developing fishery fo...
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In Spain, gooseneck barnacles, "percebes," are an overfished delicacy fetching a high market price ($50/lb). Oregon fishing communities show interest in developing a percebes market utilizing Pollicipes polymerus. We aim to inform resource managers to avoid over harvesting Oregon goosenecks. In summer 2016, we investigated the current status of P....

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