Prateep Kumar Nayak
Prateep Kumar Nayak
Associate Professor and Associate Director of Graduate Studies
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Small‐scale fisheries through the wellbeing lens
N Weeratunge, C Béné, R Siriwardane, A Charles, D Johnson, EH Allison, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (2), 255-279, 2014
2202014
Politics of co-optation: community forest management versus joint forest management in Orissa, India
PK Nayak, F Berkes
Environmental management 41 (5), 707-718, 2008
1162008
Resource degradation, marginalization, and poverty in small-scale fisheries: threats to social-ecological resilience in India and Brazil
PK Nayak, LE Oliveira, F Berkes
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
962014
Whose marginalisation? Politics around environmental injustices in India's Chilika lagoon
PK Nayak, F Berkes
Local environment 15 (6), 553-567, 2010
682010
Commonisation and decommonisation: understanding the processes of change in the Chilika Lagoon, India
PK Nayak, F Berkes
Conservation and Society 9 (2), 132-145, 2011
582011
Rural out-migration and resource-dependent communities in Mexico and India
JP Robson, PK Nayak
Population and Environment 32 (2-3), 263-284, 2010
582010
Linking global drivers with local and regional change: a social-ecological system approach in Chilika Lagoon, Bay of Bengal
PK Nayak, F Berkes
Regional Environmental Change 14 (6), 2067-2078, 2014
482014
The Chilika Lagoon social-ecological system: an historical analysis
PK Nayak
Ecology and Society 19 (1), 2014
462014
Power and politics of social–ecological regime shifts in the Chilika lagoon, India and Tam Giang lagoon, Vietnam
PK Nayak, D Armitage, M Andrachuk
Regional Environmental Change 16 (2), 325-339, 2016
382016
The impact of coastal grabbing on community conservation–a global reconnaissance
M Bavinck, F Berkes, A Charles, ACE Dias, N Doubleday, P Nayak, ...
Maritime studies 16 (1), 8, 2017
372017
Involuntary displacement and the changing frontiers of kinship: a study of resettlement in Orissa
NK Behura, PK Nayak
Anthropological Approaches To Resettlement, 283-305, 2019
282019
Fisher communities in transition: understanding change from a livelihood perspective in Chilika Lagoon, India
PK Nayak
Maritime Studies 16 (1), 13, 2017
202017
Community-based forest management in India: The issue of tenurial significance
PK Nayak
Foundation for Ecological Security, 2002
182002
Change and marginalisation: livelihoods, commons institutions and environmental justice in Chilika Lagoon, India
PK Nayak
142012
Role of communities in fisheries management:“one would first need to imagine it”
F Berkes, PK Nayak
Maritime studies 17 (3), 241-251, 2018
132018
Emerging concepts in adaptive management
D Armitage, S Alexander, M Andrachuk, S Berdej, T Dyck, PK Nayak, ...
Adaptive Management of Social-Ecological Systems, 235-254, 2015
132015
Community-based forest management in India: The significance of tenure
PK NAYAK
Forests, trees and livelihoods 13 (2), 135-160, 2003
132003
Intersectorality in the governance of inland fisheries
AM Song, SD Bower, P Onyango, SJ Cooke, SL Akintola, J Baer, ...
Ecology and Society 23 (2), 2018
102018
Social-ecological regime shifts (SERS) in coastal systems
PK Nayak, D Armitage
Ocean & Coastal Management 161, 84-95, 2018
92018
Frontiers in coastal well-being and ecosystem services research: a systematic review
J Blythe, D Armitage, G Alonso, D Campbell, ACE Dias, G Epstein, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 185, 105028, 2020
82020
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