April 10, 2019

Story: April 17: Wildlife Conservation Society's Tim McClanahan discusses democratizing fisheries

Date: April 17, 2019

Time: 12:30PM - 1:30PM. Light refreshments served at 12:15PM.

Location: Lunch: Y2E2 Room 101 Talk: Y2E2 Room 111

Regulating fisheries requires finding a balance between top-down and bottom-up participation, knowledge gathering, and decisions. McClanahan outlines some of the advances in understanding and improving social-ecological organization in African marine fisheries.  

Tim McClanahan’s work has focused on providing solutions to human-coral reef fisheries interaction in developing countries. He is a coral reef ecosystem ecologist with broad research interests spanning social and ecological fields. He is a Senior Conservation Zoologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society and has spent most of his professional life living and working in the western Indian Ocean.

To have lunch or meet with the speaker please sign-up: http://bit.ly/2Uxy0Zz


Event Sponsors: Department of Earth Systems Science, EIPER, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions


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