10th – 15th October 2022
South Africa

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Human dimensions in coastal and marine management

THEME VIII: Human dimensions in coastal and marine management

  1. Faure, A.; Watson, M.; Mortimer, J. –  Seychellois Creole Names for Seagrass
  2. Thiann-Bo Morel, M.; Le Corre, M. –  Participation of the population in the protection of seabirds at Reunion Island
  3. Orlowski, S.; Le Corre, M. –  White-tailed tropic birds breeding in urban habitats at Réunion Island, a surprising behavior brought to light by citizen science
  4. Miller, R.; Naggea, J. –  Social learning following disasters: a comparative case study of multistakeholder responses following oil spills in Pointe d’Esny, Mauritius (2020), and Huntington Beach, California (2021)
  5. Boswell, R. –  Waking up to Wakashio: The Human Dimensions of an Oil Spill Disaster
  6. Alati, V.; Nordlund, L.; Osuka, K.; Tuda, P.; Otwoma, L. –  Gender dimension in coastal invertebrate fisheries reveal similarities in income and monetary value of targeted species
  7. Pike, F.; Lindstrom, L.; Jiddawi, N.; de la Torre-Castro, M. –  Gender differences in generic adaptive capacity within tropical marine protected areas
  8. Mwaka, I.; Kishe, M.; Mathew, S. –  Women and Gender roles in the Octopus Fishery Value chain in selected coastal fishing communities in Mainland Tanzania
  9. Odhiambo, P.- Gender Assessment to Improve Integration of Women in Fisheries Co-management in Lamu, Kenya.
  10. Andriatsiory, T.; Andrianasolo, D.; Randriamanantena, D. –  Ernestine, a committed woman leader, pioneer and bringer of change to isolated coastal communities in the southwest of Madagascar
  11. Jiddawi, N. –  Women’s economic empowerment in the fisheries and mariculture sector within the blue economy in Zanzibar
  12. Kawaka, J.; Njeri, C.; Ojwang, L. –  Empowering women to improve participation in local governance institutions in the marine and fisheries sector
  13. Kiprono, A.; Kairo, J. –  Understanding Community Roles and Perception of Mangrove Restoration Practices in Kenya
  14. Nyangoko. P.B. Berg, H.; Mangora, M.; Shalli, M.; Gullstrom, M.-  Community perceptions of climate change and ecosystem-based adaptation in the mangrove ecosystem of the Rufiji Delta, Tanzania
  15. Longépée, E.; Abadallah, A.A. –  Social representation of the mangrove in Mayotte Island
  16. Hamza, A.; Esteves, L.; Cvitanovi, M.; Kairo, J. –  Under Pressure: Use of mangrove forests and perception of change in Northern Kenya
  17. Ojwang, L.; Obiene, S.; Shilabukha, K.; Muga, G.; Owuor, M. –  Tracing the Trajectory: Understanding of Sustainable Development Goals among Communities Adjacent to Mangroves in Kenya
  18. Mtwana, J.; Kiboi, S.; Sigana, D.; Zaiss, R.; Osore, M. –  Assessment of Feasibility and Willingness to Participate in Mangrove Carbon Credit Schemes among Local Communities in Kenya; A Case Study of Mtangawanda, Lamu
  19. Musimwa, R.; Hugé, J.; Dahdouh-Guebas, F. –  Understanding cyclic patterns in social-ecological capital, connectedness and resilience in the mangroves of Gazi Bay (Kenya) through the adaptive cycle heuristic
  20. Ochiewo, J.; Munyi, F.; Karani, N.; Baraka, P.; Osore, M.; Mwaluma, J.; Mwangi, S.; Daudi, L.; Ngisiange, N. –  Socioeconomic drivers and impacts of change in fish recruitment in the seagrass beds in coastal Kenya
  21. Mabuto, M.; Mubai, M.; Bandeira, S.; Shali, M.; Adams, J.; Lugendo, B.; Hollander, J. –  Perceptions of coastal communities on the role of seagrass ecosystems for coastal protection
  22. Edward, J. –  Perception and Livelihood Vulnerability of Coastal Communities to Changes in Reef Resource Stressors. A Case of Mafia Island
  23. Muyia, Y.; Knoester, E. –  People for Corals, Corals for People
  24. David, J. M.; Todinanahary, G.; Razanoelisoa, J. –  Traditional knowledge of coral biodiversity: application to coral reef management. The case of the Southwestern region of Madagascar
  25. Mbaru, E.; Cinner, J.; Barnes, M. –  Social networks and conservation technology diffusion
  26. Bentley, M.; Twekye, T.; Blignaut, J.; Vermeulen, E.; Rees, P.; Snow, B. –  The economic value of the ecosystem services rendered by Algoa Bay
  27. Cicelin, R.; Jacqueline, R.; Nirinarisoa Lantoasinoro , R.; Gildas Georges Boleslas, T.; Eulalie, R.; Edouard Remanevy, M.; Lalao Aigrette,R.; Thierry , L. –  Community Perceptions of a Payment for Ecosystem Services Project in Southwest Madagascar: A Preliminary Study
  28. Mann, J.; Lockhart, H. –  Reaching out – Celebrating the first Marine Protected Areas Day in Africa. Lessons learnt and plans for the future
  29. Luomba, J.; Rushingisha, G.; Silas, M.; Mwaka, I.; Kuboja, B.; Matiku, P.; Charwe, D.; Malesa, F.; Mkuchu, J. –  Knowledge, attitude and consumption patterns of tuna and tuna-like fish among coastal communities in Tanzania
  30. Ranaivomanana, L.; Rabary, A.; Solo, S. –  Social vulnerability of fishing communities in the South of Toliara, Madagascar
  31. Jean Marie, R. –  Valorization and accessibility in marine product in city of Fianarantsoa from the point the view of supply, marketing and consumption
  32. Katikiro, R.; Ndosi, M.; Msangi, J. –  Human costs of thwarting destructive fishing activities in coastal districts of Tanzania
  33. Duvail, S.; Alberto, D. –  A participatory observatory in Macaneta coastal wetland for the design of socio-environmental flows from the Incomati River (Mozambique)
  34. Khasiebi, A. –  Participatory communication in Kenya’s large-scale infrastructural development projects’ planning & implementation: A case of Lamu Port in Hindi Ward, Lamu West Sub-County, Kenya
  35. Nassim, S. –  How to manage marine biodiversity by integrating a vague notion? Ecosystem Services under the constraint of social representations in the Comoros
  36. Andriamanaitra, S.; Rabary, A. –  Organization of shark fishermen in the northwest of Madagascar
  37. Ribeiro, E.; Langa, S. –  The effect of ‘Self Savings Groups’ on the fishers and traders` communities (magwevas) in Costa do Sol, Mozambique
  38. Andriantsiferana, K.; Ravelona, M. –  The contest that reignited enthusiasm among communities in the DIANA Region of Madagascar to manage their marine natural resources
  39. Gitau, R.; Rosasi, E. –  Achieving resilient coastal communities through community led conservation and capacity building activities
  40. Wanjohi, M. –  Socio-economic characterization of artisanal fishers
  41. Ravelonjanahary, M.; Poonian, C.  –  Using fishers’ knowledge to assess historical long-term changes in the artisanal fisheries of Northern Madagascar