Protected Species Research Publications - Socioeconomics and Human Dimensions
These publications deal with how economic activity relates to human social processes and vice versa. Papers summarize interdisciplinary research that incorporates human societal interests in the study of protected species and habitats.
- Cárdenas and Lew. 2016. Factors influencing willingness to donate to marine endangered species recovery in the Galapagos National Park, Ecuador. Frontiers in Marine Science
- Martin et al. 2016. An ecosystem services perspective for the oceanic eastern tropical Pacific: commercial fisheries, carbon storage, recreational fishing, and biodiversity. Frontiers in Marine Science
- Fitzpatrick et al. 2017. Threshold effects in meta-analyses of benefit transfer for coral reef valuation. Ecological Economics
- Busaidi et al. 2018. Sea turtle tourism in Oman: current status and future prospects. Tourism and Hospitality Research
- Cinner et al. 2018. Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- Richerson et al. 2018. Predicting the economic impacts of the 2017 West Coast salmon troll ocean fishery closure. Marine Policy