Jamie Hebert's research while affiliated with Portland State University and other places

Publications (2)

Article
The transformation of Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) fisheries from communal to commons to neoliberal regulation has had significant impacts on the health and sustainability of marine ecosystems on the Northwest Coast of North America. Due to their abundance, seasonality, and sensitivity in disturbance, herring were carefully cultivated and prot...

Citations

... Esta disponibilidad hace referencia a la existencia y renovación de recursos a pesar de las actividades de captura y extracción. Se define el máximo sostenible como límite de extracción del recurso (Thornton and Hebert 2015); también se acuña el concepto de sostenibilidad de los ecosistemas a largo plazo para referirse al estado óptimo de disposición de recursos pesqueros. ...
... Importantly, several IHOPE affiliated projects work directly to bring archaeological, historical, and traditional knowledge perspectives to bear on current and future land use and resource management issues (e.g. the Herring School and Clam Garden Network https://ihopenet.org/herring/, Thornton et al. 2010, also Peloponnese Project https://ihopenet.org/peloponnese/ Kaplan et al. 2012). ...