Shankar Aswani
Shankar Aswani
Professor of Anthropology and Marine Science, Rhodes University
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Coastal ecosystem-based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values
EB Barbier, EW Koch, BR Silliman, SD Hacker, E Wolanski, J Primavera, ...
science 319 (5861), 321-323, 2008
Integrating indigenous ecological knowledge and customary sea tenure with marine and social science for conservation of bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) in the …
S Aswani, RJ Hamilton
Environmental conservation 31 (1), 69-83, 2004
Integrating customary management into marine conservation
JE Cinner, S Aswani
Biological Conservation 140 (3-4), 201-216, 2007
Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal ecosystem‐based management
EF Granek, S Polasky, CV Kappel, DJ Reed, DM Stoms, EW Koch, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 207-216, 2010
Incorporating fishermen's local knowledge and behavior into geographical information systems (GIS) for designing marine protected areas in Oceania
S Aswani, M Lauer
Human Organization, 81-102, 2006
The vines of complexity: Egalitarian structures and the institutionalization of inequality among the Enga
P Wiessner, S Aswani, C Ballard, C Boehm, JE Clark, B Hayden, ...
Current Anthropology 43 (2), 233-269, 2002
Customary sea tenure in Oceania as a case of rights-based fishery management: does it work?
S Aswani
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 15 (3), 285-307, 2005
Customary management as precautionary and adaptive principles for protecting coral reefs in Oceania
S Aswani, S Albert, A Sabetian, T Furusawa
Coral Reefs 26 (4), 1009, 2007
Common property models of sea tenure: a case study from the Roviana and Vonavona Lagoons, New Georgia, Solomon Islands
S Aswani
Human Ecology 27 (3), 417-453, 1999
Indigenous ecological knowledge as situated practices: understanding fishers’ knowledge in the western Solomon Islands
M Lauer, S Aswani
American Anthropologist 111 (3), 317-329, 2009
Assessing the effects of changing demographic and consumption patterns on sea tenure regimes in the Roviana Lagoon, Solomon Islands
S Aswani
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 31 (4), 272-285, 2002
Patterns of marine harvest effort in southwestern New Georgia, Solomon Islands: resource management or optimal foraging?
S Aswani
Ocean & Coastal Management 40 (2-3), 207-235, 1998
The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: Reconciling with existing management systems
S Aswani, P Christie, NA Muthiga, R Mahon, JH Primavera, LA Cramer, ...
Marine Policy 36 (1), 1-10, 2012
Fishing in the dark-local knowledge, night spearfishing and spawning aggregations in the Western Solomon Islands
RJ Hamilton, M Giningele, S Aswani, JL Ecochard
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 246-257, 2012
Scientific evaluation in women's participatory management: monitoring marine invertebrate refugia in the Solomon Islands
S Aswani, P Weiant
Human Organization, 301-319, 2004
Implications of urbanization for artisanal parrotfish fisheries in the Western Solomon Islands
S Aswani, A Sabetian
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 520-530, 2010
Benthic mapping using local aerial photo interpretation and resident taxa inventories for designing marine protected areas
S Aswani, M Lauer
Environmental Conservation 33 (3), 263-273, 2006
Indigenous knowledge and long-term ecological change: detection, interpretation, and responses to changing ecological conditions in pacific Island Communities
M Lauer, S Aswani
Environmental management 45 (5), 985-997, 2010
Do marine protected areas affect human nutrition and health? A comparison between villages in Roviana, Solomon Islands
S Aswani, T Furusawa
Coastal Management 35 (5), 545-565, 2007
Globalization, Pacific Islands, and the paradox of resilience
M Lauer, S Albert, S Aswani, BS Halpern, L Campanella, D La Rose
Global Environmental Change 23 (1), 40-50, 2013
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