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Details of Dr. Anthony T. CHARLES   


Gender male
Job title Professor & Director & Senior Research Fellow
Department School of the Environment & Department of Finance, Information Systems, and Management Science
923 Robie Street
Nova Scotia
Tel (1) 902 420 5732
Fax (1) 902 496 8101
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Website http://anthonycharles.ca, http://www.smu.ca/enviro
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Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Economic analysis of fisheries, coastal zones and marine uses; policy for sustainability and resilience; bio-economic modelling of fisheries and aquaculture; research on small-scale fisheries; Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).

Director, Community Conservation Research Network (www.CommunityConservation.Net)
Research Region 36, 35, Latin America
Skills/Expertise Policy analysis, fishery economics, natural resource economics, ecological economics, sustainability assessment, management for resilience, coastal zone and marine management research, systems modelling
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Anthony CHARLES)

Garcia, S.M., J. Rice and A. Charles. Governance of Marine Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation: Interaction and Coevolution. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford, U.K., 552p. (2014).
Weeratunge, N., C. Béné, R. Siriwardane, A. Charles, D. Johnson, E.H. Allison, P.K. Nayak, and M.-C. Badjeck. Small-scale Fisheries through the Wellbeing Lens. Fish and Fisheries 15:255?279 (2014).
Charles, A. Human Dimensions in Marine Ecosystem-Based Management. Chapter 3 in: The Sea, Volume 16 (M.J. Fogarty and J.J. McCarthy, editors) Harvard University Press. Cambridge, U.S.A. (2014).
Charles, A. Governance of Tenure in Small-Scale Fisheries: Key Considerations. Land Tenure Journal 1:9-37 (2013).
Charles, A. People, Oceans and Scale: Governance, Livelihoods and Climate Change Adaptation in Marine Social-Ecological Systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4:351-357 (2012).
Castrejón, M., and A. Charles. Improving Fisheries Co-management through Ecosystem-based Spatial Management: The Galapagos Marine Reserve. Marine Policy 38:235-245 (2012).
Capistrano, R.C. and A. Charles. Indigenous Rights and Coastal Fisheries: A Framework of Livelihoods, Rights and Equity. Ocean and Coastal Management 69:200-209 (2012).
Charles, A. Human Rights and Fishery Rights in Small-Scale Fisheries Management. In: Small-scale Fisheries Management: Frameworks and Approaches for the Developing World. (R.S. Pomeroy & N. Andrew, editors) CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire UK and Cambridge USA. (2011).
Charles, A. Small-Scale Fisheries: On Rights, Trade and Subsidies. Maritime Studies (MAST) 10:85-94 (2011).
Salas, S., R. Chuenpagdee, J.C. Seijo, and A. Charles. Coastal Fisheries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations. 424p. (2010).
Miller, K., A. Charles, M. Barange, K. Brander, V.F. Gallucci, M.A. Gasalla, A. Khan, G. Munro, R. Murtugudde, R.E. Ommer and R.I. Perry. Climate Change, Uncertainty and Resilient Fisheries: Institutional Responses through Integrative Science. Progress in Oceanography 87:338?346 (2010).
Charles, A., Distributional Impacts of Marine Protected Areas: A Spatial Bioeconomic Analysis. Natural Resource Modeling 23:218-252 (2010).
Charles, A. and L. Wilson. Human Dimensions of Marine Protected Areas. ICES Journal of Marine Science 66:6-15 (2009).
Charles. A., Rights-Based Fisheries Management: The Role of Use Rights in Managing Access and Harvesting. p.253-282 in: A Fishery Manager?s Guidebook (K.L. Cochrane and S.M. Garcia, editors). Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK (2009).
McConney, P. and A. Charles. Managing Small-Scale Fisheries: Moving Towards People-Centred Perspectives. p.532-45 in: Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management (R.Q. Grafton, R. Hilborn, D. Squires, M. Tait & M. Williams, editors). Oxford University Press (2009).
De Young, C., A. Charles, and A. Hjort. Human Dimensions of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries: An Overview of Context, Concepts, Tools and Methods. Fisheries Technical Paper No. 489. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome Italy. 152p. (2008).
Garcia, S.M. and A. Charles. Fishery Systems and Linkages: Implications for Science and Governance. Ocean and Coastal Management 51:505-527 (2008).
Charles, A., Sustainable Fishery Systems. Wiley-Blackwell (formerly Blackwell Science), Oxford UK, 384p. (2001).
Armitage, D., C. Béné, A. Charles, D. Johnson and E.H. Allison. The Interplay of Well-being and Resilience in Applying a Social-Ecological Perspective. Ecology and Society 17(4):15. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04940-170415 (2012).
Armitage, D., R. Plummer, F. Berkes, R. Arthur, A. Charles, I. Davidson-Hunt, A. Diduck, N. Doubleday, D. Johnson, M. Marschke, P. McConney, E. Pinkerton, and L. Wollenberg. Adaptive co-management for social-ecological complexity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(2): 95?102 (2009).

Created: 2001-06-18 Last Updated: 2015-05-15 by Anthony CHARLES