Natalie C. Ban mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Marine protected area, Marine conservation, Marine reserve and Sustainability. Her work often combines Environmental resource management and Scale studies. Her Marine protected area research includes themes of Biodiversity, Protected area and Marine spatial planning.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Marine conservation, Coral Triangle are connected with Reserve design, Regional planning and Spatial ecology and other disciplines. Her Marine reserve research incorporates themes from Coral reef and Marxan. Her study on Global warming and Effects of global warming is often connected to Spatial design as part of broader study in Climate change.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental resource management, Marine protected area, Marine conservation, Ecology and Environmental planning. The Environmental resource management study which covers Marine ecosystem that intersects with Natural resource. She works mostly in the field of Marine protected area, limiting it down to topics relating to Protected area and, in certain cases, Community-based conservation.
Her work deals with themes such as Water quality, Habitat, Climate change and Fishing, which intersect with Marine conservation. Her work in the fields of Ecology, such as Coral reef, Abundance and Land use, intersects with other areas such as Flexibility. Her Environmental planning study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Indigenous and Livelihood.
Indigenous, Environmental planning, Traditional knowledge, Fishery and Fishing are her primary areas of study. Her Indigenous study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Stewardship, Protected area, Fisheries management and Food security. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental planning brings together such families of science as Convention on Biological Diversity, Livelihood, Marine protected area, Global biodiversity and Adaptive management.
Her research on Marine protected area focuses in particular on Marxan. Her study looks at the intersection of Global biodiversity and topics like Stakeholder with Marine conservation. Her Climate change research includes elements of Storm, Sea surface temperature and Environmental resource management.
Her primary areas of study are Indigenous, Traditional knowledge, Environmental planning, Resource management and Fisheries Research. Her research integrates issues of Environmental monitoring, Impact assessment, Community-based monitoring and Environmental impact assessment in her study of Traditional knowledge. Her Environmental planning study incorporates themes from Protected area, Stewardship and Livelihood.
The various areas that Natalie C. Ban examines in her Resource management study include Adaptive management and Marine conservation. Her work on Pluralism expands to the thematically related Fisheries Research.
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A social–ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations
Natalie C. Ban;Morena Mills;Morena Mills;Jordan Tam;Christina C. Hicks.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2013)
Cumulative impact mapping: Advances, relevance and limitations to marine management and conservation, using Canada's Pacific waters as a case study
Natalie C. Ban;Hussein M. Alidina;Jeff A. Ardron.
Marine Policy (2010)
Cultivated Plant Species Diversity in Home Gardens of an Amazonian Peasant Village in Northeastern Peru
Oliver T. Coomes;Natalie Ban.
Economic Botany (2004)
The implementation crisis in conservation planning: could “mental models” help?
Duan Biggs;Nick Abel;Andrew T. Knight;Anne M. Leitch;Anne M. Leitch.
Conservation Letters (2011)
Understanding protected area resilience: a multi-scale, social-ecological approach
Graeme S. Cumming;Craig R. Allen;Natalie C. Ban;Duan Biggs.
Ecological Applications (2015)
Communities and change in the anthropocene: understanding social-ecological vulnerability and planning adaptations to multiple interacting exposures
Nathan James Bennett;Nathan James Bennett;Jessica Blythe;Stephen Tyler;Natalie C. Ban.
Regional Environmental Change (2016)
Integrated Land-Sea Conservation Planning: The Missing Links
G Jorge;Robert L. Pressey;Natalie C. Ban;Ken Vance-Borland.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2011)
Systematic marine conservation planning in data-poor regions: Socioeconomic data is essential
Natalie C. Ban;Gretchen J.A. Hansen;Gretchen J.A. Hansen;Michael Jones;Amanda C.J. Vincent.
Marine Policy (2009)
Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of small-scale fisheries
John N Kittinger;Elena M Finkbeiner;Natalie C Ban;Natalie C Ban;Kenneth Broad.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2013)
Integrating connectivity and climate change into marine conservation planning
Rafael A. Magris;Robert L. Pressey;Rebecca Weeks;Natalie C. Ban;Natalie C. Ban.
Biological Conservation (2014)
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