His primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Resource management, Fisheries management, Sustainability and Environmental planning. His research in Environmental resource management intersects with topics in Marine protected area, Corporate governance, Process and Livelihood. Fisheries management is a subfield of Fishery that Robert S. Pomeroy studies.
Robert S. Pomeroy has included themes like Collective action and Risk management in his Sustainability study. His work often combines Environmental planning and Community participation studies. His research integrates issues of Decentralization, National government and Public administration in his study of Fisheries law.
Robert S. Pomeroy mainly investigates Fisheries management, Environmental resource management, Fishery, Environmental planning and Fisheries law. His Fisheries management study combines topics in areas such as Resource and Corporate governance. His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marine protected area, Sustainability and Resource management.
His study on Overfishing is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Fishery. His Environmental planning research includes elements of Marine fisheries and Environmental protection. His Fisheries law study incorporates themes from Stakeholder, Government, Adaptive management, Empowerment and Poverty.
Robert S. Pomeroy focuses on Fisheries management, Fishery, Environmental resource management, Corporate governance and Sustainability. Specifically, his work in Fisheries management is concerned with the study of Fisheries law. His Fishery study focuses on Fishing in particular.
Environmental resource management is often connected to Certification in his work. The concepts of his Corporate governance study are interwoven with issues in Government, Marine protected area and Public administration. The Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Resource, Resource management and Livelihood.
Robert S. Pomeroy mainly focuses on Fisheries management, Fishery, Fishing, Environmental resource management and Sustainability. He has researched Fisheries management in several fields, including Ilisha, Institution and Ecosystem services. His Fishery research includes themes of Market structure and Scale.
His Fishing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scale, Livelihood and Environmental planning. His work blends Environmental resource management and Product design studies together. His research integrates issues of Natural resource, Community management, Equity and Fisheries law in his study of Sustainability.
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Managing small-scale fisheries : alternative directions and methods
Fikret Berkes;Robin Mahon;Patrick McConney;Richard Pollnac.
Managing small-scale fisheries: alternative directions and methods. (2001)
Two to tango: The role of government in fisheries co-management
Robert S Pomeroy;Fikret Berkes.
Marine Policy (1997)
Applying the ecosystem services concept to poverty alleviation: the need to disaggregate human well-being
Tim Daw;Katrina Brown;Sergio Rosendo;Robert Pomeroy.
Environmental Conservation (2011)
The engagement of stakeholders in the marine spatial planning process
Robert Pomeroy;Fanny Douvere.
Marine Policy (2008)
Community-based and co-management institutions for sustainable coastal fisheries management in Southeast Asia
Robert S. Pomeroy.
Ocean & Coastal Management (1995)
How is Your MPA Doing?: A Guidebook Of Natural And Social Indicators For Evaluating Marine Protected Areas Management Effectiveness
Robert S. Pomeroy;John E. Parks;Lani M. Watson.
How is your MPA doing? A methodology for evaluating the management effectiveness of marine protected areas
Robert S. Pomeroy;Lani M. Watson;John E. Parks;Gonzalo A. Cid.
Ocean & Coastal Management (2005)
Fish wars: Conflict and collaboration in fisheries management in Southeast Asia
Robert Pomeroy;John Parks;Richard Pollnac;Tammy Campson.
Marine Policy (2007)
Coping with disaster: Rehabilitating coastal livelihoods and communities
Robert S. Pomeroy;Blake D. Ratner;Stephen J. Hall;Jate Pimoljinda.
Marine Policy (2006)
Community-based coastal resource management in the Philippines: A review and evaluation of programs and projects, 1984–1994
Robert S Pomeroy;Melvin B Carlos.
Marine Policy (1997)
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