OrganisationUniversity of East Anglia
DepartmentSchool of International Developement (DEV)
Publication in Relevant Areas1. Pollnac, R. et al. Marine reserves as linked socialâ€“ecological systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2010).
2. Cinner, J.E. et al. Linking Social and Ecological Systems to Sustain Coral Reef Fisheries. Current Biology 19, 206-212 (2009).
3. Cinner, J.E., Daw, T. & McClanahan, T.R. Socioeconomic Factors that Affect Artisanal Fishers' Readiness to Exit a Declining Fishery. Conservation Biology 23, 124-130 (2009).
4. McClanahan, T. et al. Conservation action in a changing climate. Conservation Letters 1, 53-59 (2008).
5. Daw, T.M., Robinson, J. & Graham, N.A.J. (In Press)Perceptions of trends in Seychelles artisanal trap fisheries: Comparing catch monitoring, underwater visual census and fishers' knowledge. Environmental Conservation
6. Brown, K., Daw, T.M., Rosendo, S., Bunce, M. & Cherret, N. Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation: Marine & Coastal Situational Analysis. Synthesis Report.
Countries of Research InterestWestern Indian Ocean, East Africa.
Statement of Interest in the CallContribuiting to a consortium bid on coastal and marine ecosystem services.