Publications

Publications

Karcher, D.B., Fache, E., Breckwoldt, A., Govan, H., Ilosvay, X.E.E., Kon Kam King, J., Riera, L. and C. Sabinot (2020). Trends in South Pacific fisheries management. Marine Policy 118: 104021, DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2020.104021 (50 days Sharelink: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1b6Il,714Mcsq3)

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, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40152-020-00162-6.

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 (http://pacific-geographies.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/PG51_Fache_Breckwoldt.pdf).

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.

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).

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).

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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