Publications by: Shankar Aswani

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Diedrich, Amy, and Aswani, Shankar (2016) Exploring the potential impacts of tourism development on social and ecological change in the Solomon Islands. Ambio, 45 (7). pp. 808-818.

Aswani, Shankar, Diedrich, Amy, and Currier, Kitty (2015) Planning for the future: mapping anticipated environmental and social impacts in a nascent tourism destination. Society and Natural Resources, 28 (7). pp. 703-719.

Kittinger, John N., Cinner, Joshua E., Aswani, Shankar, and White, Alan T. (2014) Back to the future: integrating customary practices and institutions into comanagement of small-scale fisheries. In: Kittinger, John N., McClenachan, Loren, Gedan, Keryn B., and Blight, Louise K., (eds.) Marine Historical Ecology in Conservation: applying the past to manage for the future. University of California Press, Oakland, CA, USA, pp. 135-160.

Aswani, Shankar, Gurney, Georgina G., Mulville, Sara, Matera, Jaime, and Gurven, Michael (2013) Insights from experimental economics on local cooperation in a small-scale fishery management system. Global Environmental Change, 23 (6). pp. 1402-1409.

Mills, Morena, Pressey, Robert L., Ban, Natalie C., Foale, Simon, Aswani, Shankar, and Knight, Andrew T. (2013) Understanding characteristics that define the feasibility of conservation actions in a common pool marine resource governance system. Conservation Letters, 6. pp. 418-429.

Aswani, Shankar, Christie, Patrick, Muthiga, Nyawira A., Mahon, Robin, Primavera, Jurgenne H., Cramer, Lori A., Granek, Elise F., Kennedy, Chris J., Wolanski, Eric, and Hacker, Sally (2012) The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: reconciling with existing management systems. Marine Policy, 36 (1). pp. 1-10.

Aswani, Shankar, and Sabetian, Armagan (2010) Implications of urbanization for artisanal parrotfish fisheries in the Western Solomon Islands. Conservation Biology, 24 (2). pp. 520-530.

Granek, Elise F., Polasky, Stephen, Kappel, Carrie V., Reed, Denise J., Stoms, David M., Koch, Evamaria W., Kennedy, Chris J., Cramer, Lori A., Hacker, Sally D., Barbier, Edward B., Aswani, Shankar, Ruckelshaus, Mary, Perillo, Gerardo M.E., Silliman, Brian R., Muthiga, Nyawira, Bael, David, and Wolanski, Eric (2010) Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal ecosystem-based management. Conservation Biology, 24 (1). pp. 207-216.

Barbier, Edward B., Koch, Evamaria W., Silliman, Brian R., Hacker, Sally D., Wolanski, Eric, Primavera, Jurgenne H., Granek, Elise F., Polasky, Stephen, Aswani, Shankar, Cramer, Lori A., Stoms, David M., Kennedy, Chris J., Bael, David, Kappel, Carrie V., Perillo, Gerardo M. E., and Reed, Denise J. (2008) Response to N. Koedam and F. Dahdouh-Guebas's E-Letter [original article: Barbier et al. (2008) Coastal ecosystem-based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values]. Science, 320. pp. 321-323.

Barbier, Edward B., Koch, Eva-Maria W., Silliman, Brian R., Hacker, Sally D., Wolanski, Eric, Primavera, Jurgenne H., Granek, Elise F., Polasky, Stephen, Aswani, Shankar, Cramer, Lori A., Stoms, David M., Kennedy, Chris J., Bael, David, Kappel, Carrie V., Perillo, Gerardo M.E., and Reed, Denise J. (2008) Vegetation's role in coastal protection: response. American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Barbier, Edward B, Koch, Evamaria W., Silliman, Brian R., Hacker, Sally D., Wolanski, Eric, Primavera, Jurgenne, Granek, Elise F., Polasky, Stephen, Aswani, Shankar, Cramer , Lori A., Stoms, David M., Kennedy, Chris J., Bael, David, Kappel, Carrie V., Perillo, Gerardo M.E., and Reed, Denise J. (2008) Coastal ecosystem–based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values. Science, 319. pp. 321-323.

Aswani, S., Albert, S., Sabetian, A., and Furusawa, T. (2007) Customary management as precautionary and adaptive principles for protecting coral reefs in Oceania. Coral Reefs, 26 (4). pp. 1009-1021.

Cinner, Joshua E., and Aswani, Shankar (2007) Integrating customary management into marine conservation. Biological Conservation, 140 (3-4). pp. 201-216.

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