Scientific, peer-reviewed journal articles by this work group will be published here in the future.


Project-related publications

Partelow, S., Fujitani, M., Soundarajan, V., and A. Schlüter. 2019. Transforming the social-ecological systems framework into a knowledge    exchange and deliberation tool for comanagement. Ecology and Society 24:1

Sánchez Jiménez, A., Fujitani, M., MacMillan, D., Schlüter, A., and M. Wolff. 2019. Connecting a Trophic Model and Local Ecological Knowledge to Improve Fisheries Management: The Case of Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:126

Fujitani, M. L., L. R. Gerber, J. Torre, and E. P. Fenichel. Synthesizing ecological and human use information to understand and manage coastal change. Ocean and Coastal Management. 162:100-109.

Fujitani, M., Solano, S. Schlüter, A. 2018. Tourism and Wasterwater: A Field Study in Montezuma, Costa Rica. In: Hempel, G., Hempel, K., Hornidge A-K., eds.  Scientific Partnership for a Better Future – Bremen’s Research Along Tropical Coasts, Edition Falkenberg. pp. 401-414. ISBN 978-3-95494-151-3

Fujitani, M. L., McFall, A, Randler, C., and Arlinghaus, R. 2017. Participatory adaptive management leads to environmental learning outcomes extending beyond the sphere of science. Science Advances 3: e1602516

Fujitani, M. L., McFall, A, Randler, C., and Arlinghaus, R. 2016. Efficacy of lecture-based environmental education for biodiversity conservation: A robust controlled field experiment with recreational anglers engaged in self-organized fish stocking. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:25-33