publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

Science and Societal Partnerships to Address Cumulative Impacts

Carolyn J. Lundquist; Karen Fisher; Richard Le Heron; Nick Lewis; Joanne Ellis; Judi E. Hewitt; Alison Greenaway; Katie Cartner; Tracey C. Burgess-Jones; David R. Schiel; ...
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2016 Journal: Frontiers in Marine Science, volume 3 (issn: 2296-7745, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Abstract
Funding and priorities for ocean research are not separate from the underlying sociological, economic, and political landscapes that determine values attributed to ecological systems. Here we present a variation on science prioritization exercises, focussing on inter-disciplinary research questions with the objective of shifting broad scale management practices to better address cumulative impacts and multiple users. Marine scientists in New Zealand from a broad range of scientific and social-scientific backgrounds ranked 48 statements of research priorities. At a follow up workshop, participants discussed five over-arching themes based on survey results. These ...
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free text keywords: Marine Science, research priorities, oceans research, marine ecosystems, horizon scanning, transdisciplinary, governance, management, society, Cumulative effects, Survey result, Environmental resource management, business.industry, business, Ecological systems theory, Politics, Ranking, Scientific method, Political science, Corporate governance, Stressor, Public relations, lcsh:Science, lcsh:Q, lcsh:General. Including nature conservation, geographical distribution, lcsh:QH1-199.5
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