CIESM Workshop Monographs, n°50

 

Engaging marine scientists and fishers to share knowledge and perceptions – Early lessons.

To be cited as:
CIESM 2018. Engaging marine scientists and fishers to share knowledge and perceptions – Early lessons. CIESM Workshop Monograph n° 50 [F. Briand, ed.], 218 p., CIESM Publisher, Paris, Monaco.

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Contents:

I – Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………

1. Background
2. Marine life / human interactions
3. Mediterranean fishery cooperatives – a long tradition
4. Stakeholders - roles, perceptions and power in a complex world
      
II – Workshop Communications

Stakeholders' perceptions of change
- Assessing the bio-economic impacts of marine biodiversity on commercial fisheries and aquaculture………….… 31
Sophie Gourguet, O. Thébaud, M. Bellanger

- Local Ecological Knowledge: witness of a changing sea……………………........................................……………...…… 39
Ernesto Azzurro

- Stakeholders’ vision on landing obligation: transformation of the Mediterranean social ecological system? ……… 47
Katia Frangoudes, T. Quetglas, G. Triantaphyllidis, M. Fitzpatrick

- The role of marine stakeholders in the co-production of scientific knowledge: lessons from Galicia (NWSpain) .… 55
Pablo Pita, A. García-Allut, S. Villasante

- Building trust between fishermen and scientists in Morocco: a role for women? ………...................................…..…… 67
Ouafa Kafaf

- Stakeholder perceptions of disruptive biological factors affecting coastal activities………......................................…… 83
Jorge Ramos

Marine mammals / fishers interactions
- Interactions of cetaceans and the Sardine Portuguese Purse Seine fishery: integrating knowledge among
fishermen and scientists, bycatch levels and mitigation approaches……….….................................................……..…… 93
Ana Marçalo, J. Vingada, J. Gonçalves, K. Erzini

- Dolphin depredation: stakeholder perceptions…………………………………......................................……………..…… 99
Vincenzo Maccarrone, F. Filiciotto, A. Bellante, G.Buffa

- Interactions pêcheurs-cétacés: un problème culturel ? L’exemple du grand dauphin aux Îles Baléares……...…… 109
José M Brotons

- Interactions between marine mammals and fisheries: case studies from the Eastern Aegean and the
 Levantine Sea………………………………………………………………………...………................................................…… 119
Anastasia Miliou, A. Akkaya Baş, G. Pietroluongo

Impacts of invasive species on marine resource users
- Impacts of marine invasive alien species on European fisheries and aquaculture - plague or boon? …..........…… 125
Stelios Katsanevakis, G. Rilov, D. Edelist

- Invasive crab species in the Barents Sea: stakeholder perceptions, incentives, and path dependencies…….....… 133
Brooks Kaiser, M. Kourantidou

- Impacts of pufferfish on human activities in Turkey, Eastern Mediterranean: special emphasis on
Lagocephalus sceleratus…………………………………………………………..……….......................................…….....… 149
Vahdet Ünal and H. Göncüoglu-Bodur

- Impact de l’ichthyofaune non indigène de la côte algérienne: réalités et artefacts……….....................................…… 165
Farid Hemida, S. Ladoul S. et C.Capapé

Impacts of jellyfish blooms on human society
- Emerging jellyfish and its significance in local fisheries - a Periphylla periphylla story
 in the Trondheimsfjord…………………………………………………………………………................................…......…… 171
Yajie Liu, R. Gjelsvik Tiller, J. Mork, Å.L. Borgersen

- Jellyfish bloom impacts on human welfare: what do we know is happening vs what do
we think is happening…………………………………………………………………………………......................……......… 181
Tiziana Luisetti, A. Kennerley, I. Lorenzoni

III – Bibliographic References ………………………………………………………….......................................................187

IV – List of Participants …………………………………………………………......................................................………215