Fikret Berkes

Affiliations: 
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
Area:
Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy
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Islam D, Berkes F. (2016) Can small-scale commercial and subsistence fisheries co-exist? Lessons from an indigenous community in northern Manitoba, Canada Maritime Studies. 15: 1-16
Jandreau C, Berkes F. (2016) Continuity and change within the social-ecological and political landscape of the Maasai Mara, Kenya Pastoralism. 6
Deepananda KHMA, Amarasinghe US, Jayasinghe-Mudalige UK, et al. (2016) Stilt fisher knowledge in southern Sri Lanka as an expert system: A strategy towards co-management Fisheries Research. 174: 288-297
Berkes F, Ross H. (2016) Panarchy and community resilience: Sustainability science and policy implications Environmental Science and Policy. 61: 185-193
Bockstael E, Bahia NCF, Seixas CS, et al. (2016) Participation in protected area management planning in coastal Brazil Environmental Science and Policy. 60: 1-10
Gavin MC, McCarter J, Mead A, et al. (2015) Defining biocultural approaches to conservation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30: 140-5
Berkes F. (2015) Coasts for people: Interdisciplinary approaches to coastal and marine resource management Coasts For People: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Coastal and Marine Resource Management. 1-372
Premauer JM, Berkes F. (2015) A pluralistic approach to protected area governance: Indigenous peoples and Makuira National Park, Colombia Ethnobiology and Conservation. 4
Trimble M, Berkes F. (2015) Towards adaptive co-management of small-scale fisheries in Uruguay and Brazil: lessons from using Ostrom’s design principles Maritime Studies. 14
Prado DS, Seixas CS, Berkes F. (2015) Looking back and looking forward: Exploring livelihood change and resilience building in a Brazilian coastal community Ocean and Coastal Management. 113: 29-37
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