Kevin St. Martin
Kevin St. Martin
Associate Professor, Geography, Rutgers University
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An index to assess the health and benefits of the global ocean
BS Halpern, C Longo, D Hardy, KL McLeod, JF Samhouri, SK Katona, ...
Nature 488 (7413), 615, 2012
Making space for community resource management in fisheries
K St Martin
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91 (1), 122-142, 2001
The missing layer: Geo-technologies, communities, and implications for marine spatial planning
K St Martin, M Hall-Arber
Marine Policy 32 (5), 779-786, 2008
The Difference that Class Makes: Neoliberalization and Non‐Capitalism in the Fishing Industry of New England
K St Martin
Antipode 39 (3), 527-549, 2007
The impact of “community” on fisheries management in the US Northeast
K St Martin
Geoforum 37 (2), 169-184, 2006
Mapping economic diversity in the First World: the case of fisheries
K St Martin
Environment and Planning A 37 (6), 959-979, 2005
Third world environmental justice
R Schroeder, KS Martin, B Wilson, D Sen
Society and Natural Resources 21 (7), 547-555, 2008
Engage key social concepts for sustainability
CC Hicks, A Levine, A Agrawal, X Basurto, SJ Breslow, C Carothers, ...
Science 352 (6281), 38-40, 2016
Political ecology in North America: discovering the Third World within?
RA Schroeder, K St Martin, KE Albert
Geoforum 37 (2), 163-168, 2006
Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies
G Roelvink, K St Martin, JK Gibson-Graham
University of Minnesota Press, 2015
Communities, knowledge and fisheries of the future
K St Martin, BJ McCay, GD Murray, TR Johnson
International Journal of Global Environmental Issues 7 (2), 221-239, 2007
Feminism and geographic information systems: From a missing object to a mapping subject
M Pavlovskaya, KS Martin
Geography Compass 1 (3), 583-606, 2007
Toward a cartography of the commons: Constituting the political and economic possibilities of place
K St. Martin
The Professional Geographer 61 (4), 493-507, 2009
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
A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem‐based ocean planning
JN Kittinger, JZ Koehn, E Le Cornu, NC Ban, M Gopnik, M Armsby, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (8), 448-456, 2014
Disrupting enclosure in New England fisheries
K St. Martin
Capitalism Nature Socialism 16 (1), 63-80, 2005
GIS in marine fisheries science and decision-making
KS Martin
Geographic Information Systems in Fisheries. WL Fisher and FJ Rahel†…, 2004
Creating a place for" Community" in New England fisheries
K St. Martin, M Hall-Arber
Human Ecology Review, 161-170, 2008
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
The ontological politics of marine spatial planning: Assembling the ocean and shaping the capacities of ‘community’and ‘environment’
N Boucquey, L Fairbanks, KS Martin, LM Campbell, B McCay
Geoforum 75, 1-11, 2016
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