Arielle Levine
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Engage key social concepts for sustainability
CC Hicks, A Levine, A Agrawal, X Basurto, SJ Breslow, C Carothers, ...
Science 352 (6281), 38-40, 2016
Convergence or convenience? International conservation NGOs and development assistance in Tanzania
A Levine
World Development 30 (6), 1043-1055, 2002
Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management
SJ Breslow, B Sojka, R Barnea, X Basurto, C Carothers, S Charnley, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 66, 250-259, 2016
Participatory GIS to inform coral reef ecosystem management: Mapping human coastal and ocean uses in Hawaii
AS Levine, CL Feinholz
Applied Geography 59, 60-69, 2015
What makes a “successful” marine protected area? The unique context of Hawaii′ s fish replenishment areas
JS Rossiter, A Levine
Marine Policy 44, 196-203, 2014
Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making
S Charnley, C Carothers, T Satterfield, A Levine, MR Poe, K Norman, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 73, 80-88, 2017
Staying afloat: State agencies, local communities, and international involvement in marine protected area management in Zanzibar, Tanzania
A Levine
Conservation and Society 5 (4), 562-585, 2007
Examining enabling conditions for community-based fisheries comanagement: comparing efforts in Hawai ‘i and American Samoa
AS Levine, LS Richmond
Ecology and Society 19 (1), 2014
A framework for evaluating and designing citizen science programs for natural resources monitoring
SK Chase, A Levine
Conservation Biology 30 (3), 456-466, 2016
Marine resource management: Culture, livelihoods, and governance
AS Levine, L Richmond, D Lopez-Carr
Applied Geography 59, 56-59, 2015
Evaluating indicators of human well-being for ecosystem-based management
SJ Breslow, M Allen, D Holstein, B Sojka, R Barnea, X Basurto, ...
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 3 (12), 1-18, 2017
American Samoa as a fishing community
AS Levine, SD Allen
Local responses to marine conservation in Zanzibar, Tanzania
A Levine
Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 7 (3-4), 183-202, 2004
Citizen science: exploring the potential of natural resource monitoring programs to influence environmental attitudes and behaviors
SK Chase, A Levine
Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12382, 2018
Participation, power, and equity: examining three key social dimensions of fisheries comanagement
B Quimby, A Levine
Sustainability 10 (9), 3324, 2018
The development and unraveling of marine resource co-management in the Pemba Channel, Zanzibar: institutions, governance, and the politics of scale
A Levine
Regional environmental change 16 (5), 1279-1291, 2016
Ecosystem monitoring for ecosystem-based management: using a polycentric approach to balance information trade-offs
A Heenan, K Gorospe, I Williams, A Levine, P Maurin, M Nadon, T Oliver, ...
Traditional Knowledge, use, and Management of Living Marine Resources in American Samoa: Documenting Changes Over Time through Interviews with Elder Fishers1
A Levine, F Sauafea-Le'au
Pacific Science 67 (3), 395-407, 2013
A transdisciplinary framework proposal for surf break conservation and management: Bahía de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve
M Arroyo, A Levine, I Espejel
Ocean & Coastal Management 168, 197-211, 2019
Opportunities and obstacles for rangeland conservation in San Diego County, California, USA
KA Farley, KC Walsh, AS Levine
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
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