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Ecosystem-based approaches to aquaculture integrate environmental concerns into planning. Social–ecological systems research can improve this approach by explicitly relating ecological and social dynamics of change at multiple scales. Doing so

Ecosystem-based approaches to aquaculture integrate environmental concerns into planning. Social–ecological systems research can improve this approach by explicitly relating ecological and social dynamics of change at multiple scales. Doing so requires not only addressing direct effects of aquaculture but also considering indirect factors such as changes in livelihood strategies, governance dynamics, and power relations.

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  • 2014-08-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s00267-014-0295-x
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      0364-152X
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      1432-1009
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    Benessaiah, Karina, & Sengupta, Raja (2014). How is Shrimp Aquaculture Transforming Coastal Livelihoods and Lagoons in Estero Real, Nicaragua?: The Need to Integrate Social-Ecological Research and Ecosystem-Based Approaches. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 54(2), 162-179. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00267-014-0295-x

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