Maree Fudge presents on ‘Revisiting legitimacy of participation in marine governance and decision-making'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Yannick Rousseau presents on ‘The interactions of artisanal fishing with humans and ecological environment'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. Please note - slides have been edited to protect unpublished data.

Bianca Haas presents on ‘Regional Fisheries Management Organizations and developing best practice'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Karen Alexander presents on ‘Conflict over marine & coastal commons: causes, governance & prevention'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Dr Alistair Hobday presents on ‘Implementing and evaluating Integrated Management of marine activities'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Dr Kirsty Nash presents on ‘Oceans and society: feedbacks between human and ocean health'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Dr Cayne Layton presents on ‘Safeguarding marine life: conservation of biodiversity & ecosystems'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Dr Anna Farmery presents on ‘Food for all: designing sustainable & secure future seafood systems'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. For more information about the Centre for Marine Socioecology please visit https://marinesocioecology.org/ or follow us on Twitter at @CMS_UTas.

Dr Camilla Novaglio presents on ‘Building a sustainable blue economy for the future'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. For more information about the Centre for Marine Socioecology please visit https://marinesocioecology.org/ or follow us on Twitter at @CMS_UTas.

Professor Gretta Pecl presents on ‘What could or should our oceans look like by 2030?’ with a look at the Future Seas project. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. For more information about the Centre for Marine Socioecology please visit https://marinesocioecology.org/ or follow us on Twitter at @CMS_UTas. Please visit https://futureseas2030.org/ to find out more about the Future Seas project.

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
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