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Transdisciplinary Fisheries Case Studies
The transdisciplinary fisheries cluster is collaboratively creating transdisciplinary fisheries learning materials. These materials will be used to develop a transdisciplinary fisheries course, as well as on-site training materials for local capacity building. Transdisciplinary fisheries case studies will be an important part of the transdisciplinary fisheries course, by allowing students to explore concepts and practice problem solving techniques using real world situations. As we anticipate that the solutions to small-scale fisheries issues are context-specific, it is essential that the set of case studies of the transdisciplinary fisheries course reflect the diversity of fisheries worldwide.

Transdisciplinary fisheries case studies include issues, problems, or situations that cannot be addressed using a single disciplinary approach. For example these case studies may include issues that are best approached from a systems perspective, or problems that require working at multiple scales with multiple stakeholders, or situations where information on the interactions between social, ecological, and governance systems is needed.

Our goal is to make these case studies an open resource. All the submitted case studies will later be formatted into an e-book and made available for use. The TBTI team will coordinate the creation of the e-book, with individual authorship attributed to the person or persons who submit the case study.

To submit a transdisciplinary fisheries case study please answer the questions below. If you are not able to answer a question please leave it blank. This will take approximately 60 minutes. If you have any questions please send them to dkleiber@mun.ca.

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Please describe the fisheries case study (500 words max)
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Please identify the major issues, problems, situations, or solutions in this case study that require a transdisciplinary approach
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Please list the stakeholders involved in this case study
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Please describe what steps (if any) have been taken to change any problems described
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Please share links to papers, reports, or other media
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