Scientific publications

Breckwoldt, A., Nozik, A., Moosdorf, N., Bierwirth, J., Fache, E., Ferse, S., Ford, A., Mangubhai, S., Pelletier, D. and Piovano, S. 2022. A typology for reef passages. Frontiers in Marine Science 9:786125. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2022.786125

Breckwoldt, A., Lopes, P., Selim, S. 2021. Look who‘s asking: Reflections on participatory and transdisciplinary marine research approaches. Frontiers in Marine Sciences 8: 627502. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.627502

Breckwoldt, A., B.M.W. Ratter, W.-C. Wang. 2018. Editorial: Fishing for human perceptions in coastal and island marine resource use systems. Editorial, Front. Mar. Sci. 5: 62 (Marine Conservation and Sustainability). DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00062.

Fache, E. 2020. Regard anthropologique sur les réserves marines du Pacifique Sud : Les ‘tabu areas’ fidjiennes comme pratiques hybrides ? In: Y. Bouvet & K. Page-Jones (eds), Discours sur la mer : Résistance des pratiques et des représentations, 117-134, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

Fache, E. and A. Breckwoldt. 2018. Small-scale managed marine areas over time: developments and challenges in a local Fijian reef fishery. Journal of Environmental Management 220: 253–265. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.05.029.

Fache, E. and A. Breckwoldt. 2019. Introduction to research project SOCPacific – A Sea of Connections: An interdisciplinary, multi-level and multi-stakeholder study of South Pacific fisheries. Pacific Geographies 51: 16-21. DOI: 10.23791/511621.

Fache, E. and H. Fair. 2020. Turning away from wicked ways: Christian climate change politics in the Pacific Island region. Anthropological Forum 30(3): 233-253. DOI: 10.1080/00664677.2020.1811953.

Fache, E., P.-Y. Le Meur and E. Rodary. 2021. Introduction: The New Scramble for the Pacific: A Frontier ApproachPacific Affairs 94(1): 57-75. DOI: 10.5509/202194157.

Fache, E. and S. Pauwels. 2020. Tackling coastal ‘overfishing’ in Fiji: Advocating for indigenous worldview, knowledge and values to be the backbone of fisheries management strategies. Maritime Studies 19: 41-52. DOI: 10.1007/s40152-020-00162-6.

Fache, E. and S. Pauwels. 2022. The ridge-to-reef approach on Cicia Island, Fiji. Ambio. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-021-01669-w.

Glaser, M., A. Breckwoldt, T. Carruthers, S. Costanzo, D.L. Forbes, H. Kelsey, R. Ramachandran, S. Stead. 2018. Towards a Framework to Support Coastal Change Governance in Small Islands. Environmental Conservation, SI: Humans in the Island Environment. DOI: 10.1017/S0376892918000164.

Karcher, D.B., E. Fache, A. Breckwoldt, H. Govan, X.E.E. Ilosvay, J. Kon Kam King, L. Riera and C. Sabinot. 2020. Trends in South Pacific fisheries management. Marine Policy 118: 104021. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2020.104021.

Kitolelei, S., Thaman, R., Veitayaki, J., Breckwoldt, A. and S. Piovano 2021. Na Vuku Makawa ni Qoli: Indigenous Fishing Knowledge (IFK) in Fiji and the Pacific. Frontiers in Marine Sciences 8: 967. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.684303

Kon Kam King, J. and N. Legroux 2022. En quête de la haute mer – Regards croisés sur les possibilités et modalités du travail de terrain à distance. (In Search of High Seas. On the Possibilities and Modalities of Fieldwork at a Distance). Socio-Anthropologie 45: 61-74.

Kon Kam King, J. and L. Riera 2022. The ‘Right Place’ for Sharks in the South Pacific: Marine Spatial Planning in a More-Than-Human Ocean. Planning Practice & Research: 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/02697459.2022.2035918.

Moesinger, A. 2019. Influence of socio-economic stressors on perceptions of climate change on Takuu Atoll, Papua New Guinea. Journal de la Société des Océanistes 149: 224-234. DOI: 10.4000/jso.11312.

Nozik, A., Breckwoldt, A., Becker, R., Fache, E. and Piovano, S. 2022. Typology approach from visual interpretation of satellite imagery for reef passages around 9 South Pacific islands. PANGAEA. DOI: 10.1594/PANGAEA.942568.

Pascht, A. 2019. Klaemet jenj worlds. Approaching climate change and knowledge creation in Vanuatu. Journal de la Société des Océanistes 149: 235-244. DOI: 10.4000/jso.11257.

Veitayaki, J., E. Ledua, A. Nakoro, Hyun Pyo Hong, P. Han, Sein Kim, A. Breckwoldt. 2018. The Future Use of Past Practices – insights from two community-based marine resource management projects in Fiji. Ocean Yearbook 32: 376–406. DOI: 10.1163/9789004367005_015.

Data publications

Nozik, A., A. Breckwoldt, R. Becker, E. Fache, S. Piovano. 2022. Typology approach from visual interpretation of satellite imagery for reef passages around 9 South Pacific islands. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.942568.

Special issues

Breckwoldt, A., W-C. Wang, H. von Storch and B. M. W. Ratter (eds). 2018. Fishing for Human Perceptions in Coastal and Island Marine Resource Use Systems. Lausanne: Frontiers Media. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88945-459-4 (e-book).

Fache, E., P. Dumas and A. de Ramon N’Yeurt (eds). 2019. Journal de la Société des Océanistes 149 – Special Issue “Le Pacifique en première ligne face au changement climatique / The Pacific on the frontlines of climate change”.

Fache, E., H. Fair and W. Kempf (eds). 2020. Anthropological Forum 30(3) – Special Issue “Higher Powers: Negotiating Climate Change, Religion and Future in Oceania”.

Fache, E., P.-Y. Le Meur and E. Rodary (eds). 2021. Pacific Affairs 94(1) Special Section “The New Scramble for the Pacific: A Frontier Approach”.

Conference papers

1- Fache E. and S. Pauwels. 2018. Rethinking indigenous / local knowledge and western ecological science combination in Fiji: On the role of social sciences in tackling overfishing. In: ICOMOS Conference “Culture: Conserving it together” (Suva, Fiji, 2-5 October 2018).

2- Fache E. 2018. The end of the age? Entanglement of religion and climate change in Fiji, from local discourses to COP23 and back. In: European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)’s 2018 Conference – Session “Higher powers: Negotiating climate change, religion and spirituality in Oceania” (Cambridge, UK, 7-10 December 2018).

3- Fache E., P.-Y. Le Meur and E. Rodary. 2018. The other side of the maritime frontier in the Pacific. In: European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)’s 2018 Conference – Session “Decolonizing or closing maritime frontiers: Resistance and reappropriation in the Pacific Ocean” (Cambridge, UK, 7-10 December 2018).

4- Rodary E. 2018. The political life of tuna in the Pacific: Speaking for multispecies sovereignty in a time of oceanic rush. In: European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)’s 2018 Conference – Session “Decolonizing or closing maritime frontiers: Resistance and reappropriation in the Pacific Ocean” (Cambridge, UK, 7-10 December 2018).

5- Breckwoldt A. and H. Alff 2019. The relevance of offshore fisheries for coastal marine resource use and management in Fiji. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perceptions and values of marine resources and their uses in relation to conservation and management areas, practices and target species” (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25-28 June 2019).

6- Elias X., D. Karcher, E. Fache and A. Breckwoldt. 2019. Offshore fisheries within the EEZs of Vanuatu, Fiji and New Caledonia. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perceptions and values of marine resources and their uses in relation to conservation and management areas, practices and target species” (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25-28 June 2019).

7- Fache E. 2019. Children’s perceptions and values of the reef and its resources on Gau island, Fiji. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perceptions and values of marine resources and their uses in relation to conservation and management areas, practices and target species” (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25-28 June 2019).

8- Ferse S. and A. Cakacaka. 2019. Characterizing the adaptive capacity of coastal communities faced with changes in marine resource availability and climate change: Case study of Fiji and Solomon Islands. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perceptions and values of marine resources and their uses in relation to conservation and management areas, practices and target species” (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25-28 June 2019).

9- Moesinger A. 2019. Winds of change: Food security and the modification of fishing practices and natural resource use in response to altering weather conditions on Takuu Atoll, PNG. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perceptions and values of marine resources and their uses in relation to conservation and management areas, practices and target species” (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25-28 June 2019).

10- Fache E. and M. Dégremont. 2019. Dynamiques de catégorisation et recompositions de la gouvernance de l’Océan Pacifique : Une approche comparative Fidji / Polynésie française. In: Congrès 2019 de l’AFS (Association Française de Sociologie) – Session “RT 38 – Sociologie de l’environnement et du risque” (Aix-en-Provence, France, 27-30 August 2019).

11- Fache E. and A. Breckwoldt. 2019. Savoirs locaux et valeurs socioculturelles des pêcheries récifales dans le Pacifique Sud: Présentation du projet de recherche SOCPacific. In: MSH-Sud Conference “Vulnérabilités du Patrimoine Récifal” (Montpellier, France, 10-12 December 2019).

12- Kon Kam King J. 2020. Transparency at sea: Practices of knowing and monitoring offshore marine ecosystems. In: ZMT’s First Annual Conference (Bremen, Germany, 14 January 2020).

13- Riera L. 2020. Protected species and fishing bans: The integration of conservation directives into coastal fisheries management in Fiji and in New Caledonia. In: ZMT’s First Annual Conference (Bremen, Germany, 14 January 2020).

14- Riera L. 2020. Formalising community-based fisheries management in Fiji: A common strategy for conservation and fisheries sectors? In: Political Ecology Network Biennial Conference 2020 – Session “Innovations in Conservation Governance” (Online, 22-25 September 2020).

15- Kon Kam King J. and L. Riera. 2021. Baiting Sharks into their ‘Right Place’: Marine Spatial Planning in a More-Than-Human Ocean. In: ZMT Annual Conference 2 (Bremen, Germany, 21 January 2021).

16- Breckwoldt A., A. Nozik and N. Moosdorf. 2021. Reef passages in Fiji and New Caledonia. In: ZMT Annual Conference 2 (Bremen, Germany, 21 January 2021).

17- Naidu P., J. Worl, J. Kon Kam King, C. Cecale, L. Lou, T. De Pree, C. Yount-André, R. Raffaeta and R. Hernandez, R. 2021. Round-Table “Calculating Futures: The Afterlives of Environmental and Health Monitoring”. In: Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Conference (online, 22-27 March 2021).

18- Kon Kam King J. 2021. Delving into sharks’ lives: Investigating the co-production of sharks knowledge and sharks-humans relations in Fiji and New Caledonia. In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 11th People & the Sea Conference – Session “The importance of citizen science for blue growth” (online, 29 June- 2 July 2021).

19- Riera L. 2021. Marine species listing on CITES: A reconciliation of marine conservation and fisheries? In: Centre for Maritime Research (MARE)’s 10th People & the Sea Conference – Session “Perspectives on marine conservation and restoration” (online, 29 June- 2 July 2021).

20 – Breckwoldt A., Nozik, A., Moosdorf, N., Bierwirth, J., Fache, E., Ford, A., Ferse, S., Mangubhai, S., Pelletier, D., Piovano, S. 2021. Developing a typology for reef passages from satellite imagery. In: ECSA 58 & EMECS 13: Estuaries and coastal seas in the Anthropocene, Session 43 ‘Holistic approach to successful and sustainable management’, Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association (ECSA) & Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS) (online, 08 September 2021).

21 – Breckwoldt A., Dombal, Y., Sabinot, C., Gilbert, D., Riera, L., Ferse, S., Fache, E. 2022. A social-ecological engagement with reef passages in New Caledonia – connectors between coastal and oceanic spaces and species. In: ZMT Annual Conference 3 (Bremen, Germany, 18 January 2022).

22 – Breckwoldt A. 2022. A Sea of Connections needs to prove itself: adaptive research during the pandemic. Session 2: Adaptive place-based research during the COVID-19 pandemic: Perspectives and praxis. In: ZMT Annual Conference 3 (Bremen, Germany, 18 January 2022).

23 – Fache E. 2022. Continuum terre-mer et gestion ‘ridge-to-reef’ à Fidji, Pacifique Sud. In: Le Très grand cycle de l’eau: Continuum Humain-Terre-Mer (Paris/online, 13 May 2022).

Seminar/workshop papers

1- Fache E. and A. Breckwoldt. 2020. Overview of SOCPacific. In: PACSEN Kick-off Meeting (Suva, Fiji, 25-27 February 2020).

2- Fache E. and A. Pascht. 2020. A Sea of Connections (SOCPacific): An overview of an interdisciplinary, multi-level and multi-stakeholder study of South Pacific fisheries. In: Climate Change Public Seminar Series – University of the South Pacific – Emalus Campus (Port-Vila, Vanuatu, 4 March 2020).

3-Breckwoldt, A. and Fache, E. 2020. A Sea of Connections (SOCPacific): Contextualizing Fisheries in the South Pacific Region. In: ‘Austausch, Freiwilligendienste und (Forschungs-)Projekte in Ozeanien’, Jahrestagung Pazifik Netzwerk e.V. (Göttingen, Germany, 07. March 2020).

4- Kon Kam King J. 2021. Le « Grand bleu » en transparence: Des dispositifs de surveillance à la production de connaissance sur les pêcheries thonières dans le Pacifique. In: Apér-EAU scientifique (Paris, France, 18 January 2021).

5- Riera L. 2021. Evolution des modes de gestion et de gouvernance des pêches côtières à Fidji : entre développement et conservation. In: Apér-EAU scientifique (online, 9 April 2021).

6- Bierwirth J., E. Fache and A. Breckwoldt. 2021. The SOCPacific Project: Connecting years, places, people & research questions. In: ZMT’s Social Science Department (SSD) Seminar (online, 23 June 2021).

7- Fache E. 2021. Women’s active engagement with the sea through fishing in Fiji. In: Workshop ‘Environments & Socialities in Oceania: Practices of Transformation & Cooperation’ (online, 25 June 2021).

8- Célestin J. 2021. Oceanscapes & Seascapes. In: Séminaire SENS (online, 17 December 2021).

9- Fache E. 2022. Nouvelle ruée vers l’Océan Pacifique: Frontières, accaparements, communs. In: Séminaire Environnement & Relations internationales – Sciences Po-CERI (Paris, 11 April 2022).

10- Fache E. 2022. Penser/panser l’environnement: Communautés autochtones et ‘gestion des ressources naturelles’, de l’Australie à Fidji. In: 29th Géo’rizon Workshop, Département Géographie & Aménagement, Université Savoie Mont Blanc (Chambéry, 13 April 2022).

11- Fache E. 2022. Ontologie relationnelle et friction avec la ‘gestion des ressources naturelles’ en Australie et à Fidji. In: Workshop ‘Gouverner la nature et les ressources. Mais quelle nature ?’ (Montpellier, 22 April 2022).

Posters

1- Karcher D., E. Fache and A. Breckwoldt. 2019. Poster “Fisheries management organizations and strategies at the regional and sub-regional levels in the South Pacific Ocean”. In: IMBeR Open Science Conference ‘Future Oceans2’ (Brest, France, 17-21 June 2019).

2- Carrière S., E. Fache and C. Sabinot. 2019. Poster “Les dessins d’enfants comme outil de recherche sur les représentations des pêcheries dans le Pacifique Sud”. In: MUSE Conference “Art for Science! Unlocking Art power for Science & Research” (Montpellier, France, 27-28 September 2019).

3- Breckwoldt A., P. Lopes, S. Selim, P. Nayak, I. van Putten, E. Fache, H. Govan, et al. 2020. Poster “Look who’s asking – Reflections on participatory and transdisciplinary research approaches and their societal relevance”. In: ZMT’s First Annual Conference (Bremen, Germany, 14 January 2020).

4- Fache E., S. Carrière and C. Sabinot. 2020. Poster “SOCPacific’s transdisciplinary research protocol based on children’s drawings”. In: ZMT’s First Annual Conference (Bremen, Germany, 14 January 2020).

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