Submitted Abstracts

Marine Socio-Ecological Systems Symposium
June 3-7, 2024, Yokohama, Japan

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SessionPaper IDPresenterRequested Presentation TypePotential ReplacementAbstract TitleAuthorsAttendance ConfirmationWithdrawals
S0117487Olivier ThébaudOral (Mal)adapting to climate change: a stylized fishery exampleJennifer Beckensteiner, Fabio Boschetti, Olivier Thébaud 
S0117630Estee Vermeulen-Miltz Oral A system dynamics model to support marine spatial planning in Algoa Bay, South Africa Estee Vermeulen-Miltz, Jai Clifford-Holmes, Ursula Scharler and Amanda Lombardplaceholder
S0117575Lisa PfeifferOral A Toolbox for Socio-Ecological Modeling in Multi-Use Marine Spaces Lisa Pfeiffer, Paul Carvalho, Alan Haynie 
S0117560Scott CondieOral Agent-based modelling of polarized attitudes and social acceptabilityScott A. Condie and Corrine M. Condie 
S0117669Steven SaulOral Biological, economic, and nutritional trade-offs managing Indonesia’s snapper and grouper fisherySteven Saul Ernesto Carrella Fayakun Satria Lilis Sadiyah Peter Mous Aarthi Ananthanarayanan, Richard Bailey, Chris Dorsett, Michael Drexler, Diding S. Efendi Rani Ekawaty Austin Humphries, and Elle Wibisono 
S0117633Benjamin PlanqueOral Causal modelling of climate-fish-fisheries. Confronting conceptual models with data.Benjamin Planque, Etienne Hamard and Lucie Buttay 
S0117542Zhibin XuOral Combining agent-based modelling and Bayesian exponential random graphs for calculating social-ecological fit: The case of sousa chinensis reserves in ChinaMingbao Chen and Zhibin Xu 
S0117471Geret DePiperOral Coupled Socioecological Qualitative Modeling in Support of Management: The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council’s Ecosystem Approach to Fishery ManagementGeret DePiper1, Sarah Gaichas1, and Brandon Muffley2placeholder
S0117648Jorge L. Suarez-CaballeroOral Developing an integrated land-ocean-ecosystem model to assess terrestrial anthropogenic impacts on coral reef areasJorge L. Suarez-Caballero, Ren Okumura, Masataka Muto and Takashi Nakamura 
S0117687Alistair HobdayOral Foresighting as a means of improving anticipatory scientific capacity and strategic planningAlistair J. Hobday et al 
S0117517Debbi PedreschiOral Integrated Ecosystem Assessment of the Celtic Seas: interdisciplinary approaches for transdisciplinary science.Debbi Pedreschi, Denise O’Sullivan, Christina O’Donnell, Jed Kempf, Mike Heath and David G. Reidplaceholder
S0117535Salma AboussalamOral Investigating trophic relationships in Moroccan marine ecosystems: A study of the Mediterranean and Atlantic using EcopathSalma Aboussalam, Karima Khalil and Khalid Elkalay 
S0117432Jonas LetschertOral Potential effects of spatial fishing restrictions and co-location opportunities on North Sea fisheriesJonas Letschert, Prince Bonsu, Birgit Müller, Gunnar Dressler, Christian Möllmann and Vanessa Stelzenmüllerplaceholder
S0117472Sophie GourguetOral Representing key interactions driving the dynamics of marine mammal -fisheries conflicts: a qualitative modelling approachSophie Gourguet, Manuel Bellanger, Benjamin Dudouet, Olivier Thébaud, Nicolas Bécu and Sigrid Lehutaplaceholder
S0117460Tyler D. EddyOral Scenarios for the future ocean: A FishMIP approachTyler D. Eddy, Derek P. Tittensor, Olivier Mauryplaceholder
S0117564Flavio PiconeOral The Cruise Control Guide: a social-ecological framework to navigate the impacts of cruise tourism on nature and local communitiesFlavio Picone, Joachim Claudet 
S0117483Szymon SurmaOral Tradeoffs and uncertainty: towards ecosystem-based management of Northeast Pacific herring fisheriesSzymon Surma, Tony J. Pitcher, and Evgeny A. Pakhomovplaceholder
S0117611Jason LinkPlenary A brief overview of modeling to operationalize ecosystem-based management of marine socio-ecological systemsJason S. Link 
S0117424Helven Naranjo MadrigalPoster Developing and applying a socio-ecological model to improving Responsible Marine Fishing Areas comanagement in Costa RicaHelven Naranjo Madrigal 
S0117606Zhang XiaofanPoster Research on the Correlation between Coastal Marine Ecological Environment and Marine Industrial ClustersZhang Xiaofan, Jiang Bao 
S0117529Trevor HuttonWithdrawal Comparing efficiency changes in fishing fleets with estimates of fishing powerTrevor Hutton Sean Pascoecancelled yes
S0217672Lucy SzaboovaOral Addressing conceptual and methodological tensions on resilience for sustainable marine governanceLucy Szaboova, Sarah Sutcliffe, Rachel Turner 
S0217443Manuel BellangerOral Addressing marine and coastal governance conflicts at the interface of multiple sectors and jurisdictionsManuel Bellanger, Cameron Speir, Kate Brooks, Scott Crosson, Robby Fonner, Sophie Gourguet, Daniel S. Holland, Rebecca Lent, Gary D. Libecap, Douglas W. Lipton, Prateep Kumar Nayak, David Reid, Pierre Scemama, Robert Stephenson and Olivier Thébaudplaceholder
S0217482Szymon SurmaOral Applicability of the satoumi concept to Pacific herring management and conservationSzymon Surmaplaceholder
S0217697Simon R. BushOral Aquaculture co-management in coastal and marine ecosystems Simon R. Bush, KwangSuk Oh, Elisabetta Martone and Ava Razmjoo 
S0217595Seokmun ChoiOral Challenges for the Activation of Blue Carbon through Social-Ecologcial Restoration in the OceanSeokmun Choi 
S0217453Emma ChiaroniOral Collaborative marine governance with Indigenous Nations: The case of the Chumash Heritage National Marine SanctuaryEmma, Kate, Chiaroni 
S0217689Ingrid van PuttenOral Considering culture-behaviour interactions in fisheries management: A way forwardIngrid van Putten, Ruby Annand-Jones, and Christopher Cvitanovic 
S0217540Dina Abdel-FattahOral Developing EU-wide policy recommendations on ethical marine spatial planning under climate change: implications and challenges in creating science-informed policy recommendations for future marine usesDina Abdel-Fattah, Irene Martins, Misse Wester and Stian Kleiven 
S0217659Melina KourantidouOral Emerging fisheries from marine invasive species and socio-ecological transformationsMelina Kourantidouplaceholder
S0217629Karen FisherOral Enhancing ecosystem-based management practices through transdisciplinary researchKaren Fisher, Elizabeth Macpherson, Eric Jorgensen, Justine Young 
S0217593Katell G. HamonOral Estimating the socio-economic consequences of a decommissioning scheme on the Dutch fishery and fishing communitiesKatell G. Hamon, Marloes Kraan, Geert Hoekstra, Sinne van der Veer, Arie Klok and Bea Deetman 
S0217573Corrine CondieOral Evaluating policy options and management strategies for reducing marine stakeholder conflict Corrine M. Condie, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Marcus Haward, Scott A. Condie 
S0217468Morane Clavel-HenryOral Evaluating the effectiveness of a deep-sea regional MPA network for Nephrops norvegicus using connectivity indicatorsMorane Clavel-Henry, Miguel Lopez, Nixon Bahamon, Jacopo Aguzzi, Joan Navarro and Joan B Company 
S0217546Zhengguang ZhuOral Experiences sharing of Yellow sea large marine ecosystem projectZhengguang ZHU 
S0217641Alice BartoliniOral From the travel cost method to exchange values for recreational ecosystem servicesAlice Bartolini, Silvia Ferrini, Carlo Fezzi 
S0217694Amara H Steven Oral Futureproofing aquaculture: lessons learned from fisheries Amara H. Steven, Darla Hatton MacDonald, Swee-Hoon Chuah, Matthew R. Keks, Hanne EF. Nielsen, Beth Fulton and Mary Mackay 
S0217670Wiebke HomesOral Governing marine protected areas for harbour porpoise conservation in the German North SeaWiebke Homes 
S0217438Mingbao ChenOral Integrating the interdisciplinary of marine natural sciences and social sciences to promote the paradigm shift of Social OceanographyMingbao Chen, Zhibin Xu, Yuhao Wang and Maolin Liplaceholder
S0217499Kate BarclayOral Interdisciplinary fisheries management through social harvest control rules Kate M. Barclay, Simon R. Bush, Jan Jaap Poos, Andries Richter, Paul A. M. van Zwieten, and othersplaceholder
S0217441RahmanOral Marine conservation in Bangladesh: The nitty-gritty of the legal, institutional, policy and strategic planning frameworks Md Mizanur Rahman 
S0217638Jingzhu ShanOral Marine ecological damage compensation: Monetary compensation or ecological restoration?Jingzhu Shan, Jingmei Li 
S0217627Andrea N. ChanOral Minimum information management in U.S. fisheries: Can we infer changes in stock abundance from trends in market-based indicators?Akbar Marvasti and Andrea N. Chan 
S0217512Mohammad Mahmudul IslamOral Operationalization of Marine Protected Areas in Bangladesh: Governance ChallengesMohammad Mahmudul Islamplaceholder
S0217589Tiffany H MorrisonOral Overcoming lock-in of policy responses to reef heating: a global roadmapTiffany H. Morrison, Jon Barnett, Georgina G. Gurney, Jacqueline Lau, Michele L. Barnes, Josh Cinner, Missaka Hettiarachchi and Pip Cohen 
S0217572Dane Erlo MatorresOral Political economy and institutional effectiveness of coral restoration in the PhilippinesDane Erlo Matorres, Michael Fabinyi, Vera Horigue, Carmela Therese Novilla, Kate Barclay, Peter Harrison and Maria Vanessa Baria-Rodriguez6 
S0217556Olivier ThébaudOral Potentialities of incentive-based approaches to reduce marine mammal bycatchManuel Bellanger, Benjamin Dudouet, Sophie Gourguet, Olivier Thébaud 
S0217652Jie SuOral Priority areas for restore mangroves and trade-offs with economic developmentJie Su 1 and Alexandros Gasparatos 1  
S0217588Sunmi KimOral Putting blue carbon and ESG into ocean-based climate actionsJungho Nam, Sunmi Kim, Seokmun Choi, Changwoo Kang, and Jiho Jung 
S0217692Yeslem El vallyOral Quantitative mapping of effective habitats for the White grouper Epinephelus aeneus (Geoffroy Saint–Hilaire, 1817) in North West Africa Yeslem El Vally, Crespin Luc Quenum, Modou Thiaw , Jérôme Guitton, Beyah Meissa, Olivier Le Pape  
S0217574Natalie C BanOral Research support for moving towards reconciliation in fisheries and marine spatial management: examples from Pacific CanadaNatalie C Ban 
S0217496Lindsey WilliamsOral Science as Negotiation: What negotiation theory can teach us about the use of science in marine social-ecological systemsLindsey C. Williams 
S0217475Amanda SchadebergOral Science is not enough: The role of legitimacy in the governance of emerging marine activitiesAmanda Schadeberg, Judith van Leeuwen, Rolf Groeneveld, Marloes Kraanplaceholder
S0217547Abigayil BlandonOral Seafood sustainability values in Japan and SwedenAbigayil Blandon, Malin Jonell, Hiroe Ishihara and Aiora Zabala 
S0217693Larelle BossiOral Shifting our current marine governance paradigm by building ocean cultures through ocean ethics.Larelle Bossi 
S0217568Victoria SyddallOral Tangled lines: Examining Western and Central Pacific Tuna Social-ecological SystemsVictoria Margaret Syddall 
S0217433Manuel AcostaOral The economic effects of the Individual Transferable Quota (ITQ) system on the catch of the bluefin tuna in the Strait of GibraltarManuel Acosta, Mª del Mar Cerbán, Daniel Coronado and Esther Ferrándiz 
S0217495Danielle SmithOral The legal and ecological complexities of establishing the North Atlantic Current and Evlanov Sea-basin (NACES) marine protected areas in the North-East Atlantic region Danielle Smith 
S0217524Alan HaynieOral The past, present, and future roles of national and international organizations in interdisciplinary marine scienceAlan C. Haynie and Marta Ballesterosplaceholder
S0217533Julia A BinghamOral The role of knowledge and governance pluralisms in supporting fisheries co-governance and Indigenous rights assertion in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.Julia A Bingham, Saul Milne, Grant Murray  
S0217439Jimmy T. MasagcaOral Transforming polycentric governance of coastal marine environments of Catandaunes island, Philippines Jimmy T. Masagca and Jennifer A. Berces 
S0217655Rainbow Wing Sum LEUNGOral Understanding seagrass declines in Hong Kong: historical trends, drivers, and mitigation strategiesRainbow W.S. Leung and Juan D. Gaitan-Espitia 
S0217527Marta BallesterosOral Unfolding governance for the integrated analysis of marine social-ecological systemsMarta Ballesterosplaceholder
S0217674Hiroaki SuginoOral Visualization of the overarching value network connecting people and seaHiroaki Sugino, Nobuyuki Yagi 
S0217646Bridget Mullany Oral Who’s actually dependent? Investigating coral reef dependency in the Philippines.Bridget Mullany, Michael Fabinyi and Kate Barclay 
S0217628Changwoo KangPoster Blue Carbon-based response to coastal city declineChangwoo Kang 
S0217702Marta BallesterosPoster Integrating the socioeconomic dimensions in the Marine-Maritime Spatial PlanningJose Luis Santiago, Davinia Lojo, Marta Ballesteros 
S0217660Mohammad Minhazul Islam Poster Who’s who in the mud crab fishery and business in Bangladesh: Mapping the production and value chain Mohammad Minhazul Islam and Robbel Hossain  
S0317458Janne B. HaugenOral A performance measure framework for ecosystem-based managementJanne B. Haugen, Jason S. Link, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Mark Dickey-Collas, and Alida Bundy.placeholder
S0317590Joel Kamdoum NgueukoOral Addressing marine spatial governance and sustainable blue growth challenges in Africa: Perspectives on the Gulf of Guinea’s exclusive economic zonesJoel Kamdoum Ngueukoplaceholder
S0317708Robert StephensonOral Blueprint for Blue Economy ImplementationRobert L. Stephenson1, Alistair J. Hobday2 
S0317616Nicolas LewisOral Building a blue economy in Aotearoa / New Zealand: Practices, principles, and possibilitiesNicolas Lewis 
S0317516Amber Himes-CornellOral Community-based Fisheries Management, Tenure Rights, and Achieving International Sustainability and Conservation Targets by 2030: Implications for Local CommunitiesAmber Himes-Cornell, Juan Lechuga Sánchez, Anthony Charlesplaceholder
S0317665Bertrand Le Gallic Oral Depredation: social cost or positive externalityBertrand Le Gallic 1 ; Sophie Gourguet 2 
S0317552Stewart FrusherOral Developing a new era for seafood production for a sustainable oceanStewart Frusher 
S0317534Mubarak MammelOral Ecological modeling of greater amberjack habitat: Unraveling the impact of El Niño and La Niña events in the Taiwan StraitMubarak Mammel, and Ming-An Lee 
S0317480Suhendar I SachoemarOral Environmental health study of marine coastal waters of the Gili Matra Marine Tourism Park, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, IndonesiaSuhendar I Sachoemar, Akihiko Morimoto, Mitsutaku Makino, Mark L Wells, Shion Takemura, Agus Sudaryanto, Agung Riyadi, Zainal Arifin, Ratu Siti Aliah, Haryanti.  
S0317577Luciana Y. XavierOral Harmony in the Wind: Unveiling Social Impacts of Wind Farm Development, a scoping reviewLuciana Y. Xavier, Geovanna P. Pereira, Alexander Turra 
S0317601Erik OlsenOral How expanding the blue economy is increasing interest in ecosystem-based Marine Spatial planning in the Global South Erik Olsen, Tune Usha, Siri Kumar Dash, Paula Santana Afonso, Eva Degré, Marianne Olsen  
S0317503Andries RichterOral How non-compliance behavior affects investments in fishing quota and capitalFlorian Diekert, Yuanhao Li, Linda Nøstbakken and Andries Richterplaceholder
S0317504Dahai LiuOral Marine spatial planning prospects for 2060 under carbon neutrality goalsDahai Liu and Yanping Li  
S0317514Stefan KoenigsteinOral Ocean Limited: A game-based learning approach for sustainable ocean developmentStefan Koenigsteinplaceholder
S0317548Hajar El OumrassiOral Socio-economic consequences of Sardina pilchardus abundance decline on fishers’ income and fishing activity in the Southern Alboran sea Hajar El Oumrassi1*, Sana El Arraf 2, Mohammed Malouli Idrissi2 and Hasan Er-raioui1 
S0317437Danai Joanne TemboOral Sustainable fisheries: bridging the gap between legislation and implementationDanai Joanne Temboplaceholder
S0317651Joachim ClaudetOral The MSP Index: A tool to guide and assess marine spatial planningJulie M Reimer, Rodolphe Devillers, Rachel Zuercher, Pascale Groulx, Natalie C Ban, Joachim Claudet 
S0317618Carmela Therese NovillaOral The privatization of marine protected area management in the Philippines: can businesses be held to task to deliver sustainable outcomes?Carmela Therese Novilla, Michael Fabinyi 
S0317467Angelo C. MacarioOral The temperature-induced effects on ecdysis frequency, feeding habits, and growth response of Gazami (Portunus trituberculatus) crablets Angelo C. Macario, Tania Islam, Manuel Eduardo L. de La Paz and Takeshi Tomiyama 
S0317597Muhammad Abdul Aziz Al MujahidOral The use of machine learning in shrimp aquaculture in IndonesiaMuhammad Abdul Aziz Al Mujahid, Gun Gun Indrayana, Nina Rachminiwati, Fahma Fiqhiyyah Nur Azizah, Yutaro Sakai and Nobuyuki Yagi 
S0317614Sarah LawlessOral Toward socially responsible governance of marine climate interventionsSarah Lawless, Emily Ogier, Philippa Cohen, Georgina Gurney, Tiffany Morrison 
S0317671Cristiana S. SeixasPlenary The role of biodiversity and ecosystem services in Ocean-based prosperityCristiana S. Seixas 
S0317624Semi JeongPoster Coastal management direction to improve citizen healthSemi Jeong1, Jungho Nam1, Ji-ho Jung1 
S0317578Sung-Jin ChoPoster Simulation study on the impact of COVID-19 on sustainable marine tourism: A system dynamics approachSung-Jin Cho 
S0317647Hee-Jung ChoiPoster Sustainability assessment system for the oceanHee-Jung Choi, Kim Miju and Chan Woong Kim 
S0317555Baker MatovuPoster Women in Maritime Transport: Persistent Challenges and Emerging Opportunities for Inclusion in the Blue Economy: A Case Study of IndiaBaker Matovu; Meltem Alkoyak-Yildiz 
S0417657Joachim ClaudetOral 3D ocean conservation: Fisheries reach deep but marine protection remains shallowJuliette Jacquemont, Charles Loiseau, Luke Tornabene, Joachim Claudet 
S0417639Lucie ButtayOral An ecosystem risks assessment of the Norwegian Sea offshore ecoregionLucie Buttay, Benjamin Planque, Per Arneberg, Mette skern-Mauritzen 
S0417551C.A. SolbergOral Applying Indigenous knowledge to identify drivers of change for Arctic char in Nunatsiavut, CanadaC.A. Solberg, Todd Broomfield, Aaron Dale, Jamie Snook and Tyler D. Eddy  
S0417662Susa NiiranenOral Combining numbers with expert knowledge: Stakeholder guided ecosystem risk assessment of multiple ocean uses and their trade-offsSusa Niiranen, Saskia Otto, Juncal Cabrera-Busto, Lucie Buttay, Débora Ferrari, Inês Gomes, Helene Gutte, Marcos Llope, Mamadou Ndiaw Seck, Kelly Ortega Cisneros, Debbi Pedreschi and Benjamin Planque 
S0417518Debbi PedreschiOral Cumulative effects in integrated ecosystem assessments.Denise O’Sullivan, Christina O’Donnell, Paul Bouch, Debbi Pedreschi, and Dave G. Reidplaceholder
S0417583Judi HewittOral Dealing with risk and uncertainty in contested marine spacesJudi Hewitt, Joanne Ellis, Fabrice Stephenson, Rebecca Gladstone-Gallagher, Jasmine Lowe, Conrad Pilditch, Simon Thrush 
S0417663Marcos LlopeOral Fisheries, non-renewables and migration off west Africa, an integrated assessment of the Canary Current socio-ecosystemJuncal Cabrera-Busto, Eduardo Ramírez-Romero, Raul Jumpe, Alfredo García-de-Vinuesa, Mamadou Ndiaw Seck, Eva García-Isarch, Babacar Diop and Marcos Llope 
S0417410Jess Melbourne-ThomasOral Hindsight bias and integrated research: can we use the counterfactual to demonstrate impact?Jess Melbourne-Thomas, Ingrid van Putten, Rowan Trebilco, Chris Cvitanovic, Beth Fultonplaceholder
S0417455Rowan TrebilcoOral Integrated system assessment and reporting for marine ecosystem-based managementRowan Trebilco, Piers Dunstan, Mibu Fischer, Cass Hunter, Alistair Hobday, Karen Evans, Beth Fultonplaceholder
S0417617Laura KaikkonenOral Integrating Human Values and Emotions into Environmental Risk Assessments for Enhanced Decision-Making in Marine Resource ManagementLaura Kaikkonen 
S0417587Qilei ZhaoOral Socio-ecological system sustainability and risk assessment of recreational fisheries - A case study of Hainan ProvinceQilei Zhao, Ling Cao, Bo Han and Xinjun Chen 
S0417666Inês GomesOral Spatializing risk in integrated ecosystem assessments (IEA); identifying coastal areas prone to cumulative impacts. Inês Gomes1, Diana Serrano1, Christopher Pham1 & Pedro Afonso1 
S0417561Byeongyong ParkOral Threat of microplastic ingestion and chemical accumulation to stranded cetaceans in the Republic of KoreaByeongyong Park1,2, Seungho Kim1,2, Soobin Joo1,2, Kyungsik Jo1,2 and TaeWon Kim1,2 
S0417569Conrad PilditchOral Using ecosystem response footprints to guide environmental management prioritiesJasmine M. L. Low Rebecca V. Gladstone-Gallagher Judi E. Hewitt Conrad A. Pilditch Joanne I. Ellis Simon F. Thrush 
S0417502Irene MartinsOral Using numerical frameworks to assess stressors impacts on deep-sea ecosystemsIrene Martins, Alexandra Guerra, Ana Costa and Fabíola Amorim  
S0417477Benjamin BlanzPoster Probabilistic Time to Collapse as a Risk Communication ToolBenjamin Blanz, Roland Cormier, Douglas Swain, Hermann Heldplaceholder
S0517610Alfredo García-de-VinuesaOral A balanced participatory process to advance towards a legitimized Ecosystem-Based Management in complex Social and Ecological SystemsAlfredo García-de-Vinuesa, David Florido, Cesar Vilas, Juncal Cabrera-Busto and Marcos Llope  
S0517543Elena MengoOral A place-based approach to explore sense of place in UK coastal areas using Participatory GIS Mapping (PGIS)Elena Mengo, Barnaby Andrews, Chloe Lucas, Paula Shiefer, Robert Brookes 
S0517634Shiau-Yun LuOral Bridging perspectives: Multi-objective conflict analysis in marine spatial planning – a case study in Penghu Archipelago, TaiwanShiau-Yun Lu, Yi-Chen Shih, Chun-Pei Liao, Wen-Yan Chiau, Steve Saul 
S0517604Penglong LiOral Can common consumer judge freshness of fish on in visual way? In the case of Japanese consumerPenglong Li,Nobuyuki Yagi,Yutaro Sakai and Hisashi Kurokura  
S0517520Amber Himes-CornellOral Challenges and opportunities for fisheries ‘other effective area-based conservation measures’ in meeting marine conservation goals by 2030 and beyondAmber Himes-Cornell, Juan Lechuga Sánchez, Kristin Hoelting, Lucy Bowser, Tundi Agardyplaceholder
S0517493Sarah P. WiseOral Challenging power asymmetries in integrating and applying human dimensions in Integrated Ecosystem Assessments Sarah P. Wise1placeholder
S0517461Jamie C. TamOral Defining social-cultural and economic indicators for a lobsters fishing area using participatory modelling.Jamie C. Tam, Courtenay E. Parlee, Vahab Pourfaraj, Jill Campbell-Miller, Adam M. Cook 
S0517664Johnathan, Edward, BallOral Evaluating spatial management scenarios using mixed fisheries model: a Celtic Sea case studyJohnathan E. Ball, Paul Dolder and Gianfranco Anastasi 
S0517497Yutaro SakaiOral Ex-ante Diversification, Limited Entry Permit Portfolio, and Fishers' Participation DecisionsYutaro Sakai, Joshua K. Abbott and Daniel Hollandplaceholder
S0517683Serra ÖreyOral Exploring Spatial Diversity in the German Brown Shrimp Fishery CommunitySerra Örey and Rabea Diekmannplaceholder
S0517707Serra ÖreyOral Exploring spatial diversity in the German brown shrimp fishing communitySerra Örey, Torsten Schulze, Jennifer Rehren, Oscar Puebla and Rabea Diekmann  
S0517650Richard T. WoodwardOral Fishing for Anglers in a Sea of Data: Harnessing GPS Tracking for Marine Recreational Fishing AnalysisMona Ahmadiani1 and Richard T. Woodward 
S0517644Tanzina NaziaOral Impact of blue economy initiatives on small-scale fisheries sector in BangladeshTanzina Nazia and Md. Siddiqur Rahman 
S0517484Kirsten LeongOral Incorporating spatially explicit sociocultural values in marine management for West HawaiʻiKirsten M. Leong, ʻAlohi Nakachi, and Kirsten L. L. Oleson 
S0517579Chantal E. CollierOral Integrating conservation objectives with human activities and ecological data to develop performance measures for seagrass management area planning in Long Island Sound, USAChantal E. Collier, William J. McClintock 
S0517625Ashley Lowe MackenzieOral Integrating spatial dynamics and recreational values from the impacts of ocean acidification on coral reefs of the Main Hawaiian IslandsAshley Lowe Mackenzie, Lansing Perng, Anders Dugstad, Carlo Fezzi, Kirsten L.L. Oleson 
S0517532Keiko NomuraOral International Fishing Activities and Conflict Risks in the Pacific OceanKeiko Nomura, John A. Woodill, Jonathan Sweeney, Michael Harte1, Jameal, F. Samhouri, James R. Watsonplaceholder
S0517699Lu YangOral Marine resources and environment carrying capacity & spatial development suitability assessment in ChinaWenhai Lu, Lu Yang, Zhaoyang Liu, Yijun Tao, Rong Zeng 
S0517558Zuhao ZhuOral Microplastics in the seawater from the Beibu Gulf, South China Sea, China: Occurrence, sources and ecological riskQiongyuan Su, Zuhao Zhu, Huihua Wei, Liangliang Huang 
S0517567Seiichi TakeuchiOral Modeling fish production of purse seine fishing in Tokyo BaySeiichi Takeuchi, Nobuyuki Yagi and Yutaro Sakai 
S0517591Ming Cheng ChenOral Perspective transformation: How traditional fishery heritage fosters pro-environmental behavior change in marine protected areas in Taiwan, Sri Lanka, and the Marshall IslandsMing Cheng Chen, Anne McDonald, Niluka Prasadini Nanayakkara, Nover Juria1, Chun Chieh Hu, Kuo Liang Chang 
S0517481Stephen KasperskiOral Redefining sustainable fishing community participation in the United States in support of National Standard 8Stephen Kasperskiplaceholder
S0517559Joanne EllisOral Scale and Ecosystem Based Management: Navigating mismatches between socio-ecological systemsJoanne Ellis, Simon Thrush, Fabrice Stephenson, Elizabeth Macpherson, Karen Fisher, Eric Jorgensen, Conrad Pilditch, Rebecca Gladstone-Gallagher, Jasmine Low J, Judi Hewitt 
S0517685Mimi E. LamOral Seascapes: Eliciting values and negotiating policy trade-offs related to the seaMimi E. Lam 
S0517537Heather WelchOral Selection of planning unit size in dynamic management strategies to reduce human-wildlife conflictHeather Welch, Owen R. Liu, Leena Riekkola, Briana Abrahms, Elliott L. Hazen and Jameal F. Samhouri 
S0517469Karma C. NormanOral Spatial concerns in the use of social data to assess fishing communities for the California Current marine ecosystem Karma C. Norman, Connor Lewis-Smithplaceholder
S0517451Erin SatterthwaiteOral Toward a social ecological ocean observing system for societyErin Satterthwaite, Patricia M. Clay, Cassandra Wilson, Rachel Seary, Emily Smail, Victoria Ramenzoni, & OSI Task Team Members 
S0517668Ellen Willis-NortonPoster A synthesis of socioeconomic and sociocultural indicators for assessing the impacts of offshore renewable energy on fishery participants and fishing communitiesEllen Willis-Norton, Tracey Mangin, Donna Schroeder, Reniel B. Cabral, Steven D. Gaines 
S0517667Catherine A. CourtierPoster Using Vessel Monitoring Systems Data to analyze the spatial distribution of the Pacific Salmon Ocean Troll Fishery in response to highly variable oceanographic conditions on the West Coast of the U.S.Catherine A. Courtier, Cameron Speir, and Aaron Mamula 
S0617538Florian DiekertOral Changing Collective Action: Nudges and Team DecisionsFlorian Diekert and Tillmann Eymessplaceholder
S0617581Jungho NamOral Evaluating gain or loss of ecosystem services from the invasion of alien species to Korea’s marine ecosystemJungho Nam and Jongseo Yim 
S0617436Tess BeckwtihOral Marine citizenship: Expanding the criteria for belonging Tess Beckwith 
S0617696Gisela DionísioOral Modeling Northeast Atlantic Cetaceans' distribution for sustainable ecotourism in the face of climate change.Gisela Dionísio, Diana Sousa Guedes, Miguel Machete, Jorge Assis, José Gomes Pereira, Joana Boavida-Portugal 
S0617673Charis ChalkiadakisOral Modelling and mapping social-ecological system flows generated by the small-scale fishery in SenegalCharis Chalkiadakis, John Virdin, Menno-Jan Kraak, Evangelia G. Drakou 
S0617571Meng Su;Jintian GaoOral Spatial and Temporal Differentiation of the Coordination and Interaction among the Three Fishery Industries in China from the Value Chain Perspective Meng Su;Jintian Gao;Kai Cheng;Hao Kong 
S0617549Maolin LiOral Spatial disparities of social-ecological infrastructures and their coupled relationships in Marine Cities: A case study of MacauMingbao Chen、Maolin Li 
S0617444Matthew FaithOral The potential of plankton as indicators of changes to marine natural capital assetsMatthew Faith, Angus Atkinson, Clare Ostle, Matthew Holland, Paul Tett, Sian Rees and Abigail McQuatters-Gollop 
S0617506Pierre ScemamaOral Three different methods to assess cultural services in French marine protected areasPierre Scemama, Charlène Kermagoret, Rémi Mongruel and Frédérique Albanplaceholder
S0617491Maria Iohara Quirino-AmadorOral Tourism as a conservation tool to protect charismatic speciesMaria Iohara Quirino-Amador, Maria Clara Bezerra Tenório Cavalcanti, João Garcia Rodrigues and Priscila F. Macedo Lopesplaceholder
S0617695Bulent AcmaOral Turkey in the Sustainable Blue Economy ProcessBulent Acma 
S0617686Zhihua XuOral Understanding residents’ policy preferences to construct effective marine debris governance policiesZhihua Xu, Juan Xu, Wenchao Meng, Gang Zhou 
S0617649Liisa SaikkonenOral Valuing Marine Conservation and related ecosystem services in Finland: Citizen Preferences and Economic Implications in a Changing Policy LandscapeLiisa Saikkonen, Meri Lappalainen, Virpi Lehtoranta and Enni Ruokamo 
S0617600Nezha MejjadOral Valuing the ecological and socio-economic interests of the Afro-Mediterranean lagoons: Case of Moroccan lagoonsNezha Mejjad, Abdelmourhit Laissaoui 
S0617602Nozomi IharaOral World Natural Heritage Shiretoko: research on banya at the tip area of the Sea of Okhotsk sideNozomi Ihara, Takayuki Shiraiwa 
S0717522Tyler PavlowichOral A fisheries model built for practitioners and small-scale fishers in difficult situationsTyler Pavlowichplaceholder
S0717675Zacharoula KyriaziOral A Simple Social-Ecological Systems framework for marine biodiversity resilience and ecosystem sustainabilityZacharoula Kyriazi, Emma Verling, Gemma Smith, Amanda Gregory, Jonathan Atkins, Michael Elliott2, Angel Borja3 and Bruno Meirelles de Oliveira3 
S0717615Chihiro ShigaOral A study of consumer preference for Tohoku products using discrete choice experimentsChihiro Shiga, Yutaro Sakai, and Nobuyuki Yagi 
S0717632Kazushi UotaniOral A study on the value of Marine Stewardship Council certification and the influence of advertising methodsKazushi Uotani, Yutatro Sakai and Nobuyuki Yagi  
S0717586Jamila Rodrigues and Yoshimura MaiOral A transdisciplinary case study on sea urchin-algae interactions, climate change, and the Ama divers of Mie prefecture.Rodrigues Jamila, Hudson Callum, Masakazu Aoki, Tachikawa Akihito, Kurasima Akira, and Yoshimura Mai 
S0717420Nathalie SteinsOral A will-o’-the wisp? Systematic integration of knowledge co-produced with the fishing industry into marine science and adviceNathalie A. Steins, Steven Mackinson, Stephen C. Mangi, Martin A. Pastoors, Robert L. Stephenson, Marta Ballesteros, Kate Brooks, Jim McIsaac, Matthew R. Baker, Julia Calderwood, Barbara Neis, Emily Ogier and Dave Reidplaceholder
S0717429Kristina SvelsOral Åland fishers at a crossroad: co-creating empowerment in the Baltic Sea by increasing impact from sectoral actors and local communities. Kristina Svels, Natural Resources Institute, Finland (Luke)placeholder
S0717635Jennifer BeckensteinerOral Assessing the performance of a national participatory scheme for the co-management of the mangrove crab fishery in MadagascarJennifer Beckensteiner, Nina Razafimalala, Liantsoa Randrianasolo, Zo Hasina Rabemananjara, Jérôme Queste and Marc Léopold 
S0717599Natasa VaidianuOral Blue Justice and Just Transformation: far-fetched concepts for Romania’s marine protected sites?Natasa Vaidianu, Priscila Lopes, Florin Tatui 
S0717446Louise GammageOral Building adaptive capacity to ocean change by promoting ecosystem-based adaptation and community engagementLouise C. Gammage; Kelly Ortega-Cisneros; Lynne Shannonplaceholder
S0717592Ryan KueberOral Catch method, quality and price formation in the Japanese swordfish fishery Ryan Kueber and Nobuyuki Yagi  
S0717452Matthew RobbinsOral Centering knowledge co-production in sustainability science: Why, How, and When Erin Satterthwaite, Liz McQuain, Amalia Almada, Jessica Rudnick, Alyson Eberhardt, Angee Doerr, Ryan O'Connor, Nicole Wright, Rebecca Briggs, Matthew Robbins, Carolina Bastidas, Eric Sparks, Kristen Goodrich, Wells Costello 
S0717442RahmanOral Co-management in the ecologically critical marine areas of Bangladesh: good and evilMd Mizanur Rahman 
S0717654Varun TandonOral Combining old with new: multiple perspectives on enhancing community-based fishery managementVarun Tandon, Ingrid E. van Putten, Annet Pauwelussen, Jan Jaap Poos 
S0717457Rachel SearyOral Community informed social indicators for the California Dungeness Crab Fishery under whale entanglement mitigation regulationsRachel Seary, Steven Bograd, Theresa Burnham, Megan Cimino, Elliott Hazen, Rosemary Kosaka, Aaron Mamula, Barbara Muhling, Jarrod Santora, Cameron Speir, Heather Welch 
S0717465Laurent GuérinOral Co-production of knowledge: a case study of some European science-policy expert groups networks involved in marine biodiversity management challengesLaurent Guérin, Abigail McQuatters-Gollop, Anna J. Lizińska 
S0717607Claire MacherOral Engaging stakeholders and managers in sustainability sciences – from good intentions to reality – Example of the HOPOPoP research project in the Iroise Sea social-ecological system (France) Claire Macher, Olivier Thébaud, Frédérique Alban, Cédric Bacher, Nicolas Becu, Anton Bommel, Gregory Charrier, Martial Laurans, Christelle Le Grand, Sophie Leonardi, Ingrid Peuziat, Manuelle Philippe and Anouk Villedieu  
S0717510Astrid JarreOral Ethnography, action research *and* indicators, qualitative *and* quantitative modelling, power plays *and* social learning: a decade-and-a-half of inter- and transdisciplinary marine SES research in the BenguelaAstrid Jarre and the “Marine Ecology & Fisheries” Teamplaceholder
S0717626Iain M. HallOral Exploring aquaculture-related environmental literacy in the Republic of the Marshall Islands through learning exchanges with a Japanese aquaculture communityIain M. Hall, Anne McDonald, Akemi Ori and Tak Watanabe 
S0717605Xanthe VerschuurOral Exploring the role of science-industry collaboration in Small Scale Fisheries co-management: a lobster fisheries case study in the NetherlandsXanthe M.B. Verschuur, Nathalie A. Steins, Jasper Bleijenberg 
S0717485Romeo Saldívar-LucioOral Fine-tuning climate resilience in Marine Socio-Ecological Systems: the need for accurate space-time representativeness to identify relevant consequences and responses Romeo Saldívar-Lucio, Armando Trasviña-Castro, Narriman Jiddawi, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Lars Lindström, Svein Jentoft, Julia Fraga and Maricela de la Torre-Castroplaceholder
S0717530Julia A BinghamOral FishFlOW IEA: An Integrated Ecosystem Assessment (IEA) of interactions between fisheries and floating offshore wind in the Gulf of Maine using participatory knowledge coproductionJulia A. Bingham, Sean M. Lucey, Fiona Hogan, Angela Silva, Tyler Pavlovic, Jen McCann 
S0717394Morgan Casal-RibeiroOral Go with the flow: How to communicate fisheries management processes using information flowsMorgan Casal-Ribeiro, Régis Santos, Marta Ballesteros 
S0717470Maria Iohara Quirino-AmadorOral Integrating Different Types of Knowledge to Understand Temporal Changes in Reef LandscapesMaria Iohara Quirino-Amador, Guilherme Ortigara Longo, Fúlvio Aurélio de Morais Freire and Priscila F. M. Lopesplaceholder
S0717536Matthew McPhersonOral Integrating scientific and local knowledge to address socio-ecological impacts of red tide on the west Florida coastMatthew McPherson, Mandy Karnauskas, Suzana Blake, Adyan Rios, Skyler Sagarese, Michael Jepsonplaceholder
S0717603Kelly HoareauOral Knowledge, power and the blue economy: breaking down barriersKelly Hoareau 
S0717563Shun KageyamaOral Local people’s values and motivations toward marine protected areas (MPAs) as a communication tool for inclusive and just MPA managementShun Kageyama, Abigayil Blandon, Robert Blasiak 
S0717449Annette BreckwoldtOral Look Who’s Asking—Reflections on Participatory and Transdisciplinary Marine Research ApproachesAnnette Breckwoldt, Priscila F. M. Lopes, Samiya A. Selim 
S0717608Marta BallesterosOral Not who you are, but what you do: exploring stakeholder roles in a boundary organisationMarta Ballesteros and Mark Dickey-Collas 
S0717421Laura SordoOral Recreational harvesting of the wedge clam (Donax trunculus) in southern Portugal: Characterization of the activity based on harvesters’ perception and local ecological knowledge. Laura Sordo, Paulo Vasconcelos, David Piló, André N. Carvalho, Fábio Pereira, and Miguel B. Gaspar 
S0717474Emily M. OgierOral Reflections on a decade of climate change communication and engagement using a wide range of approaches with different marine stakeholder groupsGretta Pecl, Chris Cvitanovic, Aysha Fleming, Beth Fulton, Alistair Hobday, Rachel Kelly, Cayne Layton, Peat Leith, Vicki Martin, Jess Melbourne-Thomas, David Mossop, Ingrid van Putten, Emily M. Ogierplaceholder
S0717445Louise GammageOral Scenario-based approaches to change management in fisheries can address challenges with knowledge integration and scale mismatchesLouise C. Gammage; Astrid Jarreplaceholder
S0717658Catherine S. LongoOral Stakeholder collaboration and communication as key outputs of MSC multi-fishery improvement initiatives in Mexico and South AfricaLouise C. Gammage, Catherine S. Longo, Ingrid van Putten, Edaysi Bucio, Andrew Kenneth Gordon, Amanda Lejbowicz, Francisco Vergara-Solanaplaceholder
S0717423Mariko KihiraOral Stakeholders’ participation in reference to decreasing short-neck calm fisheries in Lake Hamana, Japan using VPA(Visual Problem Appraisal)Mariko Kihiraplaceholder
S0717584Hana MatsubaraOral Synergies between Gender Equality and Sustainability in Coastal Fisheries Resource Use: Case Study of Malaita Province, Solomon IslandsHana Matsubara, Mitsutaku Makino 
S0717585Hiroya SugisakiOral The communication tool between the fishery product consumers and fisheries scientists –the challenges of SH”U”N project of FRAHiroya Sugisaki, Yoshioki Oozeki and SH”U”N project team 
S0717676Zulfirman RahyantelOral The incorporation of indigenous local knowledge in marine conservation: Investigating co-creation and co-optation practices Zulfirman Rahyantel 
S0717473Nicole Erica MurphyOral Torres Strait futures, adapting modern management to traditional fishing and community valuesNicole Murphy, Eva Plaganyi, Tim Skewes and Leo Dutraplaceholder
S0717661Ellen JohannesenOral Understanding the role of gender inequality in marine scienceEllen Johannesen 
S0717515Debbi PedreschiOral Working together; Irish Science-Stakeholder CollaborationsDebbi Pedreschi, Julia Calderwood, Macdara Ó Cuaig and David G. Reidplaceholder
S0717557Eric WadePlenary Toward an inclusive and intentional approach for centering communities in small-scale fisheries managementEric Wade 
S0717507Pierre ScemamaPoster A strategic approach to assess marine and coastal ecosystem services in French Natura 2000 sitesPierre Scemama, Charlène Kermagoret, Rémi Mongruel and Frédérique Alban placeholder
S0717553Milagros Franco-MeléndezPoster Assessing local sustainability of fisheries system: the case of TURFs in the Biobio Region, ChileMilagros T. Franco-Meléndez, Luis A. Cubillos, Jorge Tam Málaga, Ingrid van Putten, and Simón Hernandez Aguado 
S0717612Linette MakuaPoster Evaluating Hawaiian fisheries and potential impacts of offshore wind energy developmentLinette H. Makua and Donna M. Schroeder 
S0717562Jillian Elizabeth ConradPoster Safeguarding Indigenous oceanic custodianship: The evolution of Sea Country Planning in AustraliaJillian Elizabeth Conrad, Laura Griffiths, Jim Smart, Natalie Osborne and Christopher L.J. Frid 
S0717523Louise GammagePoster Understanding drivers of fishing pressure in South Africa’s Western Cape: insights from the development of a synthetic set of social indicatorsLouise Gammage, Astrid Jarre, Zanne Zeeman-du Toitplaceholder
S0817508Pierre ScemamaOral A representation of ecosystem services provided by mangroves in French Guiana using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps Pierre Scemama, Lucas Balsan, Aminata Diop, Fabian Blanchard, Esther Regnier and Olivier Thébaud placeholder
S0817459Fabienne DaurèsOral A socioecological approach for managing the small-pelagic fishery in France: the DEFIPEL projectFabienne Daurès, Frédérique Alban, Mathieu Merzeraud, Christelle Le Grand, Sigrid Lehuta and Martin Huret 
S0817464Laurent GuérinOral Applying ecosystem and risk-based approaches, toward an integrated assessment of benthic habitats communities at regional sea scalesLaurent Guérin, Maider Plaza Morlote, José Manuel González-Irusta, Abigail McQuatters-Gollop Anna J. Lizińska and the OSPAR OBHEG & COBAM teams 
S0817539Yuhao WangOral Assessing Socio-Ecological Fit of International Marine Agreements and Marine Product Trade Flow NetworksMingbao Chen, Yuhao Wang and Zhibin Xu 
S0817690José Manuel González-IrustaOral Assessing the environmental status of benthic habitats in relation with trawling impact in Spanish waters by integrating two OSPAR benthic indicatorsJosé M. González-Irusta, Maider Plaza-Morlote, Ana García-Alegre, Antonio Punzón, Ana De la Torriente, Ulla Fernández-Arcaya, Alberto Serrano 
S0817417Abigail McQuatters-GollopOral Assessing the state of marine biodiversity in the Northeast AtlanticAbigail McQuatters-Gollop1, Laurent Guerin2,3, Anita Gilles4, Christopher Lynam5, Ian Mitchell6, Paul Stebbing7, Ulrike Schuckel8, Cristina Vina-Herbon6 and the OSPAR COBAM 2017 Biodiversity Assessment Teamplaceholder
S0817541Cristina Vina HerbonOral Biodiversity indicators for policy goals: reaching across policy, science and management. Cristina Vina Herbon1, Liam Matear2, Kirsty Woodcock1, Stefano Marra1, Stephen Duncombe-Smith1, Adam Smith1, Marco Fusi1, Megan Parry1, Axel Kreutle3, and Petra Schmitt4.placeholder
S0817653Juliet Furaha KarisaOral Developing indicators for monitoring coral reef resilience in KenyaJuliet Furaha Karisa, David Obare Obura, Gabriel Grimsditch, Chaolun Allen Chen 
S0817700ZENG RongOral Discussions and adjustment suggestions on the marine ecological protection red lineZENG Rong,LU Wenhai,LIU Jie,XU Yan,YANG Lu 
S0817703Ualerson PeixotoOral Expanding evidence for Conger conger assessment in the Azores using the FAO Weight of Evidence FrameworkUalerson Peixoto, Pedro Barros, Pedro Sousa, Morgan Casa-Ribeiro, Wendell Medeiros-Leal, Régis Santos. 
S0817570Rachel HaleOral Hindcasting estuary ecological states using sediment cores, modelled historic nutrient loads, and a Bayesian network for informed management.Rachel Hale, John Zeldis, Bruce D. Dudley, Arman Haddadchi, David Plew, Ude Shankar, Andrew Swales, Keryn Roberts, Sorrel O’Connell-Milne and Piet Verburg  
S0817454Margaux MollierOral Human-predator coexistence in the oceans: resolving the growing depredation conflict in global fisheriesMargaux Mollier, Camille Mazé, John Arnould, Sophie Gourguet, Mary-Anne Lea, Mark Hindell, Dirk Welsford, Christophe Guinet and Paul Tixier 
S0817596Takehisa YamakitaOral Nationwide evaluation of Marine Ecosystem Services of Japan: achievements from the PANCES projectTakehisa Yamakita, Masakazu Hori, Yoichi Ishikawa , Masahiro Nakaoka, Hiroya Yamano, Mitsutaku Makino, Atsushi Nanami, and Yoshihisa Shirayama 
S0817688Lorna McKellarOral Setting thresholds for good status in marine ecosystem management. Lorna McKellar, Jan Geert Hiddink, Abigail McQuatters-Gollop, Tomas Chaigneau, Ian Gloyne Philips, Sally Kazer, Cristina Herbon, Sebastian Valanko and Jörn Schmidt 
S0817519Amber Himes-CornellOral Understanding role of fisheries management in delivering Target 3 of the Kunming-Montreal Biodiversity Framework: A fisheries biodiversity outcome frameworkAmber Himes-Cornell, Kristin Hoelting, Tundi Agardy, Juan Lechuga Sánchez, Lucy Bowserplaceholder
S0817598Christopher LynamPlenary Cumulative impacts on biodiversity and new tools to guide marine policy and governanceChristopher Lynam, Ángel Borja, Myron Peck, Jacob Carstensen, N. Papadopoulou, M. Coll, T. Berg, V. Stelzenmüller, J. Andersen, H. Teixeira, M. Leal, S. Katsanevakis, Gerjan Piet, J. Tamis, A. Barrena, M. Uyarra, and M. Elliott 
S0817509Pierre ScemamaPoster Evaluation of the cost of marine habitat conservation in France: application to the Natura 2000 networkPierre Scemama, Charlène Kermagoret, Rémi Mongruel and Frédérique Albanplaceholder
S0817418Abigail McQuatters-GollopPoster Plankton on the move – implications for global biodiversity goalsAbigail McQuatters-Gollop, Jacob Bedford, Clare Ostleplaceholder
S0917492Mohammed Mofizur RahmanOral A dried fish trail: from the coast to megacity Mohameed Mofizur Rahmanplaceholder
S0917479Katia Frangoudes Oral A first attempt to produce a fisheries community profile in France: the case of Guilvinec communityKatia Frangoudes*, Christelle Le Grand** and Olivier Guyader**placeholder
S0917434Sara Doolittle LlanosOral Ancestrality in action: Contestations and entanglements in a mangrove community-based management areaDoolittle Llanos, Sara Chávez, Wendy Beitl, Christineplaceholder
S0917422Durlave RoyOral Assessment of locally available seaweeds as sustainable organic compost fertilizer resourcesDurlave Royplaceholder
S0917531Ayumu MatsuiOral Coping with social-ecological changes: Diversifications of sea cucumber fisheries in western Hokkaido, northern JapanAyumu Matsui, Seishiro Sakita, Masato Sagawaplaceholder
S0917631Kumi SoejimaOral Emerging conditions and transformations of Fishery women’s entrepreneurship in Japanese coastal communitiesKumi Soejima, Katia Frangoudes 
S0917500we will present as a teamOral From ‘fishing communities’ to ‘coastal communities’: lessons from Japan and Australia on science and policy as commercial fisheries activity declinesKate Barclay and Yinji Li 
S0917511Alyne E. DelaneyOral Highlighting stakeholder-engagement, collaboration, and trans-disciplinarity in the quest for sustainable coastal communities: Lessons from stakeholders “captaining the ship”Alyne E. Delaney, Toyonobu Fujii, Cheryl Ames, and Miku Narisawaplaceholder
S0917545K. K. Basheer AhammedOral Integrated Coastal Vulnerability Assessment Using Fuzzy-Analytical Hierarchical Process: A Case Study of the East Coast of India, Andhra PradeshK. K. Basheer Ahammed; Arvind Chandra Pandeyplaceholder
S0917526Marloes KraanOral Putting fishing communities on the map in ICES regionsMarloes Kraan, Lisa L. Colburn , Amber Himes-Cornell, Debbi Pedreschi, Arina Motova, Emmet Jackson, Edd Hind, Nathalie Steins, Katell Hamonplaceholder
S0917554Isei RanOral Research on regional management of marine tourism ―Taketomi Island entrance fee as an example― Isei Ran and Xiaobo Lou 
S0917489Mohammed Mofizur RahmanOral Salinization: A social ecological issue in the Bengal DeltaMohammed Mofizur Rahmanplaceholder
S0917505Yanping LiOral Scientific assessment of marine resources and environment: facilitating climate change adaptation and sustainable development transformation in coastal communitiesDahai Liu and Yanping Li 
S0917435Brent WiseOral The United Arab Emirate’s Blue EconomyMohammed Salman Alhammadi, Brent Wise, Marcus Sheaves 
S0917466Emily M. OgierOral Which communities have standing and how? Developing regional marine resource management and assessment frameworks in Western Australia.Emily M. Ogier, Sarah Jennings, Klaas Hartmann, Jenny Shaw, Caleb Gardnerplaceholder
S0917706Peter Teye Busumprah Poster Digitalization of Ghana Fisheries SectorPeter Teye Busumprah  
S0917705Peter Teye Busumprah Poster Digitalization of Ghana Fisheries SectorPeter Teye Busumprah  
S0917682Reon WatanabePoster The impact of environmental change on the rationality of the local farming ground allocation system: A case study in JapanReon Watanabe, Ryutaro Kamiyama, Takahisa Shoji, Tsubasa Nakamura, Takashi Atsumi, Hiroyuki Okumura, Yoshihito Senda, Fukuji Yamada, Junpei Shinji and Takahiro Matsui 
S0917637Yoko TamuraPoster Towards a transformative approach in fisheries improvement in Japan: Insights from MSC certification assessments and accelerating improvement with multi-stakeholder collaborationYoko Tamura and Mistutaku Makino 
S1017488Christopher L.J. FridOral Building resilience and embedding respect of Sea Country through a Marine Spatial Planning framework for Australia.Christopher L.J. Frid, Jillian Conway and Laura Griffithsplaceholder
S1017678Brigette WrightOral Can AI help us better characterise tipping points in marine social-ecological systems?Brigette Wright, Delphi Ward, Gretta Pecl, Steven Rust and Jess Melbourne-Thomas  
S1017566Kanae TokunagaOral Can Catch Shares Be More Equitable and Climate Resilient? Kanae Tokunaga, Melissa Errend, Katherine Maltby, Don Schug, Marcus Hartley 
S1017681Lucía EspasandínOral Catch composition changes along a Northwestern Mediterranean Sea latitudinal gradient indicate ecosystem tropicalization and deborealization with time Lucía Espasandín1, Valerio Sbragaglia1, Francisco Ramírez1, Miquel Ortega-Cerdà1, Ernesto Villarino2, Guillem Chust2, Marta Coll1 
S1017498Devendraraj MadhanagopalOral Does the socioeconomic transformation of marine fishers impact their resilience to climate change? Critical discussions from Coromandel coast of Tamil Nadu, India.Devendraraj Madhanagopalplaceholder
S1017680Tsubasa MatsuokaOral Enhancing Consumer Engagement and Sustainability in Seafood Consumption: The Impact of Innovative Carbon Footprint Label on Consumer’s Awareness and Willingness to PayTsubasa Matsuoka, Yutaro Sakai 
S1017643Erika SalazarOral Enhancing Resilience in Marine Small-Scale Food Production on Tropical Islands: A Pacific and Caribbean Perspective.Erika Salazar, Anne McDonald, Iain Hall, Juan Ricardo Gomez, Ruben Azcarate, Lajkit Rufus, William Kostka, Roseo Márquez, Winfred Mudong, Eugene Joseph, Darla Yaltiman.  
S1017525Stefan KoenigsteinOral Forage fish as dynamic ocean resources: overcoming challenges for science and governanceStefan Koenigstein, Desiree Tommasi, Giovanni Romagnoni, Hauke Reuterplaceholder
S1017677Lansing Y PerngOral Modeling the impacts of climate change on coral reef social-ecological systems: Insights from the Main Hawaiian IslandsLansing Y. Perng, Mariska Weijerman , Kirsten M. Leong, Lucia Hosekova and Kirsten L. L. Oleson 
S1017691Juan Carlos SeijoOral Ocean acidification effects on fishing communities targeting calcifying species: A latitudinal qualitative and quantitative risk assessment approach Juan Carlos Seijo, Fernando Aranceta, German Ponce, Edgar Josymar Torrejón-Magallanes, Daniel Lluch-Cota, Salvador Lluch-Cota, Romeo Saldivar-Lucio, Sergio Scarry Gonzalez-Pelaez, Ricardo Morris 
S1017490Mohammed Mofizur RahmanOral Social-Ecological Systemic Transition in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) Delta under Global Change Mohammed Mofizur Rahman 
S1017582Francisco A. Córdova-ZavaletaOral Socioecological challenges in the artisanal gillnet shark fishery in northern-central Peru Francisco A. Córdova-Zavaleta, Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, Jeff. C. Mangel and G. Ponce 
S1017576M. Teresa Tavera-OrtízOral Socio-ecological resilience of the Baja California red sea urchin fishery M. Teresa Tavera-Ortíz, Luis Malpica-Cruz, José Alberto Zepeda-Domínguez, Rodrigo Beas-Luna, Jose Sandoval-Gil and Cira Gabriela Montaño-Moctezuma 
S1017623Semi JeongOral Socioeconomic effects of the spread of subtropical marine species by climate changeSemi Jeong1, Jungho Nam1, Yeajin Jung1, Hyoun-Woo Kang2 and Young Ho Kim3  
S1017550Wenhui WangOral Spatiotemporal evolution of the resilience of urban social-ecological systems in China's coastal citiesMingbao Chen, Wenhui Wang  
S1017684Sebastian TapiaOral Sustainability in small-scale fisheries through the lens of property rights-based management, stability and Adaptive CapacitySebastian Tapia-Lewin, Benjamin Halpern, Fiorenza Micheli, Elena Finkbeiner, Stefan Gelcich and Joshua Cinnerplaceholder
S1017645Sarah SutcliffeOral Synergies and tradeoffs between wellbeing, sustainability, and resilience in responses to shocks in UK coastal communitiesSarah Sutcliffe, Lucy Szaboova and Rachel Turner 
S1017456Vanessa StelzenmüllerOral The capacity of a fisheries socio-ecological system in the southern North Sea to adapt to global change: A spatio-temporal analysis Vanessa Stelzenmüller, Jonas Letschert, Maren Kruse, Benjamin Blanz, Alexandra Blöcker, Joachim Claudet, Roland Cormier, Kira Gee, Hermann Held, Andreas Kannen, Jürgen Schaper, Camilla Sguotti, Emily Quiroga, Christian Möllmannplaceholder
S1017656Hélène BuchholzerOral Vulnerability applied to space competition between offshore wind farms and commercial fisheries: a critical approach.Hélène Buchholzer, Pascal Le Floc’h and Marjolaine Frésard  
S1017704Peter Teye BusumprahOral West Africa ocean based Solutions hub ( UN Ocean Decade)Peter Teye Busumprah 
S1017513Sun-Hee LeePoster Enhanced jellyfish hazards unveil anthropogenic driven ecosystem health degradationSun-Hee Lee, Juan Carlos Molinero 
S1017613Mei Z. BlundellPoster Exploring how policy interventions affect resilience of social-ecological relationships in California kelp forestsMei Z. Blundell and Marissa L. Baskett 
S1017486Gayathra BandaraPoster Impacts of Climate-Driven Temperature Rise on Brackish Water Fishes: A Comprehensive Literature ReviewGayathra Bandara 
S1017565Miguel LópezPoster Modeling species distribution scenarios and Marine Protected Area effectiveness in conserving and restoring highly impacted ecosystems and demersal fishery resources in the NW Mediterranean SeaMiguel López, Morane Clavel-Henry, Nixon Bahamón and Joan B. Company 
S1017476Emily Quiroga-GomezPoster More than the sum of its parts­: Assessing the vulnerability of an interlinked marine socio-ecological systemEmily Quiroga-Gomez, Benjamin Blanz 
S1017701Lucía EspasandínPoster Spatially explicit Climate Risk Assessment for key fish species in the Western Mediterranean Sea within the scope of Nature-Based SolutionsLucía Espasandín, Valerio Sbragaglia, Francisco Ramírez, Marta Coll 

SUMMARY (excluding withdrawn abstracts)
Number of Abstracts by Session

Session IDNumber of Abstracts

Total Number of Abstracts

Information on Presentation Types by Session/Workshop:

SessionRequested Presentation TypeNumber of Papers

Abstracts by Session and by Country:

Country/RegionSession IDNumber of Abstracts
China, PRS012
China, PRS023
China, PRS031
China, PRS041
China, PRS052
China, PRS063
China, PRS082
China, PRS091
China, PRS101
Costa RicaS011
Hong Kong SAR (PR China)S021
Korea, RS023
Korea, RS033
Korea, RS041
Korea, RS061
Korea, RS101
New ZealandS022
New ZealandS031
New ZealandS042
New ZealandS051
New ZealandS081
South AfricaS011
South AfricaS031
South AfricaS074
Sri LankaS101
The NetherlandsS023
The NetherlandsS031
The NetherlandsS073
The NetherlandsS091
United Arab EmiratesS091
United KingdomS021
United KingdomS052
United KingdomS062
United KingdomS072
United KingdomS085
United KingdomS101