Research conducted by the MARINA Lab relates to interactions between humans and marine and freshwater resources and services. Our work generally falls into four research themes:
How are coastal and riparian communities, environments and economies affected by and adapting to a changing world?
How do fisheries and aquaculture support human nutrition and health?
Enriching ‘human dimensions’ research in coupled human-natural systems.
Understanding competing values and visions for fisheries and aquaculture development and marine conservation.
Photo: Lift-net fishing platforms in Tonle Sap, Cambodia by Eddie Allison.