Estuarize-­WIO

A socio­‐ecological assessment of fisheries in three estuarine systems of the SW Indian Ocean – identifying essential links for improved governance.

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Work Package 1

WP1 – Estuarine biophysical environment, ecological function and natural capital

Work Package 2

WP2 – The human dimension – user-groups, socio-economic and cultural setting

Work Package 3

WP3 – Small-scale fisheries and their effects on trophic dynamics

Work Package 4

WP4 – Socio-ecological modelling and regional comparison

Partner Institutes

Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-University-of-Dar-es-Salaam-Tanzania
Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-Norwegian-College-of-Fisheries-Science-Tromso-Norway
Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-Tanzania-Fisheries-Research-Institute-Dar-es-Salaam
Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-Oceanographic-Research-Institute-Durban-South-Africa
Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-universidade-eduardo-mondlane-UEM-Quelimane-Mozambique
Estuarize-­WIO-socio­‐ecological-assessment-fisheries-three-estuarine-systems-Kenya-Marine-Fisheries-Research-Institute-Mombasa