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    • Building adaptive capacity to climate change in tropical coastal communities 

      Cinner, J.E.; Adger, W.N.; Allison, E.H.; Barnes, M.L.; Brown, K.; Cohen, P.J.; Gelcich, S.; Hicks, C.C.; Hughes, T.P.; Lau, J.; Marshall, N.A.; Morrison, T.H.; Philippa Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2018)
      Type: Journal Article
      To minimize the impacts of climate change on human wellbeing, governments, development agencies, and civil society organizations have made substantial investments in improving people’s capacity to adapt to change. Yet to ...
    • Can marine fisheries and aquaculture meet fish demand from a growing human population in a changing climate? 

      Merino, G.; Barange, M.; Blanchard, J.L.; Harle, J.; Holmes, R.; Allen, I.; Allison, E.H.; Badjeck, M.C. et al. (2012)
      Type: Journal Article
      Expansion in the world's human population and economic development will increase future demand for fish products. As global fisheries yield is constrained by ecosystems productivity and management effectiveness, per capita ...
    • Climate change, small-scale fisheries and smallholder aquaculture 

      Allison, E.H.; Beveridge, M.C.M.; van Brakel, M. (2009)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Fisheries and aquaculture both contribute to meeting the Millennium Development Goals but vulnerability to climate change threatens the contribution that they make to development. Impacts of climate change on small-scale ...
    • Enhancing the resilience of inland fisheries and aquaculture systems to climate change 

      Allison, E.H.; Andrew, N.L.; Oliver, J. (2007)
      Type: Journal Article
      Some of the most important inland fisheries in the World are found in semi-arid regions. Production systems and livelihoods in arid and semi-arid areas are at risk from future climate variability and change; their fisheries ...
    • Fisheries management and governance challenges in a climate change 

      Dulvy, N.K.; Reynolds, J.D.; Pilling, G.M.; Pinnegar, J.K.; Phillips, J.S.; Allison, E.H.; Badjeck, M.C. (2011)
      Type: Book Chapter
      This chapter outlines the causes and consequences of climate change and summarise future projections for ocean temperature rise, coral bleaching events and ocean acidification, and the associated uncertainties. This review ...
    • Fuelling the decline in UK fishing communities? 

      Abernethy, K.E.; Trebilcock, P.; Kebede, B.; Allison, E.H.; Dulvy, N.K. (2010)
      Type: Journal Article
      Volatile fuel prices are a threat to the viability of UK fishing communities. The economic and social impacts of rising fuel costs for fishers and communities in southwest England are examined. Fuel prices doubled between ...
    • Impacts of climate variability and change on fishery-based livelihoods 

      Badjeck, M.C.; Allison, E.H.; Halls, A.S.; Dulvy, N.K. (2010)
      Type: Journal Article
      There is increasing concern over the consequences of global warming for the food security and livelihoods of the world’s 36million fisherfolk and the nearly 1.5 billion consumers who rely on fish for more than 20% of their ...
    • Implications of climate change for contributions by fisheries and aquaculture to Pacific Island economies and communities 

      Bell, J.D.; Reid, C.; Batty, M.J.; Allison, E.H.; Lehodey, P.; Rodwell, L.; Pickering, T.D.; Gillett, R.; Johnson, J.E.; Hobday, A.; Demmke, A. (2011)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Throughout Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) there is broad recognition that fisheries and aquaculture make vital contributions to economic development, government revenue, food security and livelihoods. It ...
    • Limits to resilience from livelihood diversification and social capital in lake social-ecological systems 

      Goulden, M.C.; Adger, W.N.; Allison, E.H.; Conway, D. (2013)
      Type: Journal Article
      Diversity of both social networks and livelihood sources plays a central role in determining the sustainability of natural resource use and resilience of social–ecological systems, not least in resource-dependent economies. ...
    • The Implications of global climate change for molluscan aquaculture 

      Allison, E.H.; Badjeck, M.C.; Meinhold, K. (2011)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Climate change is leading to alterations in the basic biophysical processes that determine the ecological structure and function of the oceans. This will have an impact on the future of molluscan shellfish farming. The ...
    • The natural history and fisheries ecology of Lake Chilwa, southern Malawi 

      Njayaa, F.; Snyder, K.A.; Jamu D.; Wilson, J.; Howard-Williams, C.; Allison, E.H.; Andrew, N.L. (2011)
      Type: Journal Article
      Lake Chilwa produces between zero and 24,000 metric tons of fish per year, making it one of the most productive but variable lakes in Africa. The size of the lake varies seasonally and among years, sometimes drying completely. ...
    • Vulnerability of national economies to the impacts of climate change on fisheries 

      Allison, E.H.; Perry, A.L.; Badjeck, M.C.; Adger, W.N.; Brown, K.; Conway, D.; Halls, A.S.; Pilling, G.M.; Reynolds, J.D.; Andrew, N.L.; Dulvy, N.K. (2009)
      Type: Journal Article
      Anthropogenic global warming has significantly influenced physical and biological processes at global and regional scales. The observed and anticipated changes in global climate present significant opportunities and ...