For the week of 13 November 2017
Greetings OpenChannels Community Members,
Environmental Conservation has published, Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene. "Because the Anthropocene by definition is an epoch during which environmental change is largely anthropogenic and driven by social, economic, psychological and political forces, environmental social scientists can effectively analyse human behaviour and knowledge systems in this context. In this subject review, we summarize key ways in which the environmental social sciences can better inform fisheries management policy and practice and marine conservation in the Anthropocene."
As always, if we've missed anything, please feel free to let us know. You may simply reply to this message, or you may email Allie directly at abrown [at] openchannels.org.
You can read everything (not just the free stuff) we have found this week at https://www.openchannels.org/literature-update/2017-11-15. Additionally, you can browse literature by the week we've added it at https://www.openchannels.org/literature-by-week.
-Allie Brown, Raye Evrard, and Nick Wehner