Edward Hind-Ozan
Edward Hind-Ozan
Head of Social Science (Fisheries), Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs
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A review of the past, the present, and the future of fishers' knowledge research: a challenge to established fisheries science
EJ Hind
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (2), 341-358, 2015
From community-based to centralised national management—A wrong turning for the governance of the marine protected area in Apo Island, Philippines?
EJ Hind, MC Hiponia, TS Gray
Marine policy 34 (1), 54-62, 2010
Why Conferences Matter—An Illustration from the International Marine Conservation Congress
S Oester, JA Cigliano, EJ Hind-Ozan, ECM Parsons
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 257, 2017
Your science conference should have a code of conduct
B Favaro, S Oester, JA Cigliano, LA Cornick, EJ Hind, ECM Parsons, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 103, 2016
Fostering effective international collaboration for marine science in small island states
EJ Hind, SM Alexander, SJ Green, JP Kritzer, MJ Sweet, AE Johnson, ...
Frontiers in marine science 2, 86, 2015
Diversity and inclusion in conservation: a proposal for a marine diversity network
NS Smith, IM Côté, L Martinez-Estevez, EJ Hind-Ozan, AL Quiros, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 234, 2017
Last of the hunters or the next scientists? Arguments for and against the inclusion of fishers and their knowledge in mainstream fisheries management
EJ Hind
The National University of Ireland, Galway, 2012
Seagrass science is growing: a report on the 12th International Seagrass Biology Workshop
EJ Hind-Ozan, BL Jones
Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2017
Reassessing public opinion of captive cetacean attractions with a photo elicitation survey
SN Wassermann, EJ Hind-Ozan, J Seaman
PeerJ 6, e5953, 2018
Comparison of local knowledge and researcher-led observations for wildlife exploitation assessment and management
AJ Temple, SM Stead, E Hind-Ozan, N Jiddawi, P Berggren
Environmental Conservation 47 (4), 304-309, 2020
Communication and trust-building with the broader public through marine and coastal citizen science
EJ Hind-Ozan, GT Pecl, CA Ward-Paige
Citizen Science for Coastal and Marine Conservation, 2017
Citizen Science, Communication to the Broader Public and Trust Building
E Hind-Ozan, G Pecl, CA Ward-Paige
Citizen Science for Marine and Coastal Conservation. Taylor and Francis, 2017
Conched out: Total reconstructed fisheries catches for the Turks and Caicos Islands uncover unsustainable resource usage
A Ulman, L Burke, EJ Hind, R Ramdeen, D Zeller
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 71, 2016
Fishers: the forgotten scientists
E Hind
ASC 2010-Theme session R, 2010
The unknowns in coral disease identification: an experiment to assess consensus of opinion amongst experts
E Hind, A Lindop, J Bythell
Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, 2008
SciSpends: an exploratory survey investigating nonreimbursed expenses in biological sciences
B Favaro, E Hind-Ozan
FACETS 5 (1), 989-1005, 2020
Reconstruction of total marine fisheries catches for the Turks and Caicos Islands (1950-2012)
DZ Aylin Ulman, Lily Burke, Edward Jeremy Hind, Robin Ramdeen
The Sea Around Us, 2015
Climate change and adaptation strategies in the Turks and Caicos Islands: using qualitative citizen science to discover experiential knowledge
EJ Hind
SAGE Research Methods Cases, 2014
International approaches to area-based management of biodiversity
EJ Hind-Ozan
Biodiversity and the Area-Based Approach in Wales, 31-45, 2018
The legislative context for the area-based approach in Wales
EJ Hind-Ozan
Biodiversity and the Area-Based Approach in Wales, 9-30, 2018
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