Integrating simultaneous prosocial and antisocial behavior into theories of collective action

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For the week of 07 March 2016

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The journal Science Advances has published Integrating simultaneous prosocial and antisocial behavior into theories of collective action. As one news publication wrote, this paper examines how "marine protected areas can create fisherman collaboration...or not." The authors write: "In MPA sites, prosocial and antisocial behavior is significantly higher, and the presence of antisocial behavior does not seem to have a negative effect on prosocial behavior. We suggest that market integration, economic diversification, and strengthened group identity in MPAs are the main potential mechanisms for the simultaneity of prosocial and antisocial behavior we observed." You may download the full-text using the link above.

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Table of Contents

Bycatch

OA: Fondo, E. N., Chaloupka, M., Heymans, J. J. & Skilleter, G. A. Banning Fisheries Discards Abruptly Has a Negative Impact on the Population Dynamics of Charismatic Marine Megafauna. PLOS ONE 10, e0144543 (2015).

Climate Change and Human Impacts

Alkan, N., Alkan, A., Gedik, K. & Fisher, A. Assessment of metal concentrations in commercially important fish species in Black Sea. Toxicology and Industrial Health 32, 447 - 456 (2016).

Community perceptions and attitudes

OA: Basurto, X., Blanco, E., Nenadovic, M. & Vollan, B. Integrating simultaneous prosocial and antisocial behavior into theories of collective action. Science Advances 2, (2016).

Cumulative impacts

OA: Andersen, J. H. & Kallenbach, E. A literature study of human activities and pressures as well as ecosystem component layers available for Marine Spatial Planning and mapping of cumulative impacts in Swedish marine waters. Science-based consultancy Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (2016).

Ecosystem Services and Uses

OA: Andersen, J. H. & Kallenbach, E. A literature study of human activities and pressures as well as ecosystem component layers available for Marine Spatial Planning and mapping of cumulative impacts in Swedish marine waters. Science-based consultancy Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (2016).

Ecosystem-based management (EBM)

Kirkman, S. P. et al. Spatial characterisation of the Benguela ecosystem for ecosystem-based management. African Journal of Marine Science 1 - 16 (2016).

Financing

OA: Flores, M. & Bovarnick, A. Guide to improving the budget and funding of national protected area systems. Lessons from Chile, Guatemala and Peru, July 2012 – April 2014. UNDP (2016).

Fisheries

Alkan, N., Alkan, A., Gedik, K. & Fisher, A. Assessment of metal concentrations in commercially important fish species in Black Sea. Toxicology and Industrial Health 32, 447 - 456 (2016).

OA: Basurto, X., Blanco, E., Nenadovic, M. & Vollan, B. Integrating simultaneous prosocial and antisocial behavior into theories of collective action. Science Advances 2, (2016).

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

OA: Flores, M. & Bovarnick, A. Guide to improving the budget and funding of national protected area systems. Lessons from Chile, Guatemala and Peru, July 2012 – April 2014. UNDP (2016).

OA: Rodriguez, D. Rodriguez. MPAs as Sustainble Fishery Tools. Science for MPA management (2016).

Ferguson, A. M., Harvey, E. S. & Knott, N. A. Herbivore abundance, site fidelity and grazing rates on temperate reefs inside and outside marine reserves. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 478, 96 - 105 (2016).

Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP)

OA: Andersen, J. H. & Kallenbach, E. A literature study of human activities and pressures as well as ecosystem component layers available for Marine Spatial Planning and mapping of cumulative impacts in Swedish marine waters. Science-based consultancy Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (2016).

Kirkman, S. P. et al. Spatial characterisation of the Benguela ecosystem for ecosystem-based management. African Journal of Marine Science 1 - 16 (2016).

Models and Simulations

Beyer, H. L., Dujardin, Y., Watts, M. E. & Possingham, H. P. Solving conservation planning problems with integer linear programming. Ecological Modelling 328, 14 - 22 (2016).

Natural Sciences

OA: Malviya, S. et al. Insights into global diatom distribution and diversity in the world’s ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016).

Ferguson, A. M., Harvey, E. S. & Knott, N. A. Herbivore abundance, site fidelity and grazing rates on temperate reefs inside and outside marine reserves. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 478, 96 - 105 (2016).

OA: McClatchie, S. et al. Food limitation of sea lion pups and the decline of forage off central and southern California. Royal Society Open Science 3, 150628 (2016).

Risk assessment

OA: Okamura, H., Ikeda, S., Morita, T. & Eguchi, S. Risk assessment of radioisotope contamination for aquatic living resources in and around Japan. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016).