Fisheries co-management: A case study in the Canadian Beaufort Sea Large Ocean Management Area [graduate project].
|dc.description||In the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR), fisheries have been jointly managed by the Inuvialuit and the Government of Canada (DFO) through the Fisheries Joint Management Committee (FJMC) for over thirty years. Given such a long history of cooperation on a broad range of fisheries-related issues that go from developing joint workshops and integrating science and traditional ecological knowledge to the establishment of marine protected areas and fisheries management plans, it is recognized that co-management strategies have been implemented successfully in managing the fishery resources in the Beaufort Sea Large Ocean Management Area (BS LOMA). This research aims to identify the conditions that contribute to the success of fisheries co-management practice in the BS LOMA. Keywords: co-management; fisheries; Beaufort Sea Large Ocean Management Area; Inuvialuit Settlement Region; Fisheries Jointly Management Committee; beluga.||en_US|
|dc.title||Fisheries co-management: A case study in the Canadian Beaufort Sea Large Ocean Management Area [graduate project].||en_US|