Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Fishery, Adaptive management and Fishing are his primary areas of study. His research in the fields of Community-based management overlaps with other disciplines such as Nova scotia. His work deals with themes such as Enforcement, Public economics and Sustainable fishery, which intersect with Sustainability.
His study in Fishery focuses on Fisheries management in particular. The concepts of his Adaptive management study are interwoven with issues in Stakeholder and Ecosystem-based management. Anthony Charles has included themes like Happiness, Politics, Poverty, Social capital and Human rights in his Fishing study.
His primary areas of study are Fishery, Environmental resource management, Fisheries management, Environmental planning and Sustainability. His work on Fishing and Fish stock as part of his general Fishery study is frequently connected to Context, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Ecosystem-based management and Aquatic biodiversity research.
Within one scientific family, Anthony Charles focuses on topics pertaining to Resource management under Fisheries management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Environmental protection. His research investigates the connection between Environmental planning and topics such as Biodiversity conservation that intersect with problems in Marine fisheries. Anthony Charles combines subjects such as Adaptive management, Public economics, Management science and Sustainable development with his study of Sustainability.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Sustainability, Fishery and Fishing. Anthony Charles has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Climate change, Ecosystem-based management and Bay. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine conservation and Power in addition to Environmental planning.
His Sustainability research incorporates themes from Legislation, Natural resource economics and Management implications. His Fishery research incorporates elements of Government, Fish farming and Livelihood. His Fishing research includes elements of Social choice theory, Production and Economic cost.
Anthony Charles focuses on Sustainability, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Fishery and Ecological systems theory. His research in Sustainability focuses on subjects like Legislation, which are connected to Social sustainability, Discipline and Popularity. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Indigenous, Competition, Ecosystem-based management and Fisheries management.
His Environmental planning research includes themes of Incentive, Bycatch, Biodiversity offsetting and Single species. His research on Fishery focuses in particular on Fishing. His Ecological systems theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Collective action and Empowerment.
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Adaptive co-management for social–ecological complexity
Derek R Armitage;Ryan Plummer;Fikret Berkes;Robert I Arthur.
Sustainable Fishery Systems
Anthony Trevor Charles.
Challenges in the assessment and management of small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean
Silvia Salas;Ratana Chuenpagdee;Juan Carlos Seijo;Anthony Charles.
Fisheries Research (2007)
Key principles of marine ecosystem-based management
Rachel D. Long;Anthony Charles;Robert L. Stephenson;Robert L. Stephenson.
Marine Policy (2015)
Human dimensions of Marine Protected Areas
Anthony Charles;Lisette Wilson.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2009)
Fishery conflicts: A unified framework
Anthony T. Charles.
Marine Policy (1992)
The Interplay of Well-being and Resilience in Applying a Social-Ecological Perspective
Derek Armitage;Chris Béné;Anthony T. Charles;Derek Johnson.
Ecology and Society (2012)
Small-scale fisheries through the wellbeing lens
Nireka Weeratunge;Christophe Béné;Christophe Béné;Rapti Siriwardane;Rapti Siriwardane;Anthony Charles.
Fish and Fisheries (2014)
Role of participatory governance and community - based management in integrated coastal and ocean management in Canada
John Kearney;Fikret Berkes;Anthony Charles;Evelyn Pinkerton.
Coastal Management (2007)
Living with uncertainty in fisheries: analytical methods, management priorities and the Canadian groundfishery experience
Anthony T Charles.
Fisheries Research (1998)
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