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Favourite papers?

Kolding, J., & Van Zwieten, P. A. M. (2011). The Tragedy of Our Legacy: How do Global Management Discourses Affect Small Scale Fisheries in the South?. Forum for Development Studies, 38(3), 267–297.

Zimmermann, A., Mcquinn, B., & Macdonald, D. W. (2020). Levels of conflict over wildlife: Understanding and addressing the right problem. Conservation Science and Practice, 2(10).

Kristin Hoel

BSc - Biology | St Olaf College (USA)
MSc - Marine Biology | James Cook University

Kristin Hoel was a postgraduate student from the United States who studied Marine Biology at James Cook University. She has always been intrigued by people’s relationship with the environment. This passion has led her to diverse experiences working with communities in the United States, Ecuador, Fiji, and Australia. Learning directly from such communities has shaped Kristin’s interest in exploring co-management and adaptable management strategies for marine resources. She is particularly interested in working to understand the wide array of marine resource user values and working to uncover what commonalities may prove useful for effective management and communication.

Kristin’s most recent projects included:

Favourite species? 
Scalloped hammerhead (Sphyrna lewini) or
Blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus)
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