Defining and Applying Sustainability: Connecting Sociocultural, Economic and Biological Concepts

Authors

  • Patricia M Clay,

    1. Sociocultural anthropologist with NMFS’ Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, MA. Her PhD is in anthropology from Indiana University. She combines policy planning with research, currently exploring well-being, triangulation of methods, fishery performance indicators, and definitions of “fishing community” in social science and law.
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  • Julia Olson

    1. Cultural anthropologist at NMFS’ Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, MA. She holds a PhD in anthropology and MA in economics from Stanford. Her current research focuses on cultural and spatial practices of fishing in the Northeast, including critical GIS, political ecology, and alternative management.
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Abstract:

[sustainability, biological anthropology, fisheries management, food system, sustainable fishery, Community Supported Agriculture, food and nutrition, ecology and environment]

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