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Laia d'Armengol Catà

Laia d'Armengol Catà
La Palma Research Centre

Doctor of Philosophy

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In the context of collaborative resource management, mental models can provide insights on participants' understanding of the resource management system and in so doing allow researchers and practitioners to derive lessons about the success or failure of comanagement approaches. We analyzed individual and group mental models in the comanaged small-...
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The 3rd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (3WSFC), held in Chiang Mai Thailand in October 2018, was an opportunity for researchers, practitioners, fisher organizations, CSOs, and policy makers to share up-to-date information about all aspects of small-scale fisheries and to formulate action plans and capacity development programs to support the...
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Small-scale fisheries are an important source of livelihoods, articularly among poor coastal populations. To improve fisheries’ condition and maximize their contribution to human welfare, co-management approaches have proliferated worldwide. In this article, we conduct a systematic review of academic literature to examine the context and attributes...
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Learning is considered a means to achieve sustainability in practice and has become a prominent goal of sustainability interventions. In this paper we explore how learning for sustainability is shaped by meaning, interpretation and experience, in the context of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves (BRs). The World Network of Biosphere Reserves brings environm...
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Adaptive approaches to ecosystem management emphasize that ecosystems need to be treated as complex social-ecological systems. Furthermore, both ecological and social diversity need to be enhanced to improve the adaptability of such systems to surprises. Social diversity is approached here by studying the diversity of plausible contributions of loc...

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Exploring the links between communities, government and other actors of a co-management network placed in an estuarine small-scale fishery in south-eastern Mexico.