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Global ecological and economic connections in Arctic and sub-Arctic crab markets
Kaiser, B.A.; Kourantidou, M.; Ahsan, D.; Bakanev, S.; Burmeister, A.; Eckert, G.; Fernandez, L.M.; Hong, H.P.; Monsalve, A.A.; Mullowney, D.; Nøstvold, B.H.; Park, H.; Poulsen, E.; Ravn-Jonsen, L.; Siddon, C.; Sundet, J.H.; Tokunaga, K.; Yamamoto, M. (2021). Global ecological and economic connections in Arctic and sub-Arctic crab markets. Mar. Policy 127: 104442. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2021.104442
In: Marine Policy. Elsevier: UK. ISSN 0308-597X; e-ISSN 1872-9460, more
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Author keywords
    King crab; Snow Crab; Arctic and sub-Arctic crab fisheries; Ecological-economic systems under change; Global crab markets

Authors  Top 
  • Kaiser, B.A.
  • Kourantidou, M.
  • Ahsan, D.
  • Bakanev, S.
  • Burmeister, A.
  • Eckert, G.
  • Fernandez, L.M.
  • Hong, H.P.
  • Monsalve, A.A.
  • Mullowney, D.
  • Nøstvold, B.H.
  • Park, H.
  • Poulsen, E.
  • Ravn-Jonsen, L.
  • Siddon, C.
  • Sundet, J.H.
  • Tokunaga, K.
  • Yamamoto, M.

Abstract
    High latitude marine systems are experiencing climate change and other human-induced impacts that outpace global averages. Communities dependent on these systems are also undergoing complex economic and socio-ecological changes. Ecological, economic, market and community developments in Arctic and sub-Arctic crab fisheries are increasingly complex and uncertain. These escalating risks and complexities threaten well-being, social and ecological integrity of dependent communities and ecosystems. Through interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration, we examine the escalation to illustrate how global ecological and economic connections are co-evolving between nature, society, and industry. The article demonstrates how informal, integrative cooperation with broad stakeholder participation at a global scale, focused on information sharing and scientific cooperation, addresses local and regional dynamic markets and ecosystems for improved economic and ecological outcomes.

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