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Research Seminar Series: The Science of Stakeholders

Location: Zoom

UH Hilo Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science Graduate Program Research Seminar Series presents "The Science of Stakeholders: The Human Dimensions of Conservation Planning and Quantitative Methods to Operationalize Them" with Christopher Hawkins, Ph.D., Vice President, Marine, Ocean, and Coastal Science and Information - West, Lynker.

Abstract: There is a long tradition of human dimensions research in the natural resources management field, particularly within the wildlife and freshwater fisheries management, national park, and national forest arenas. The is a growing body of human dimensions work and practitioners in coastal and marine management as well. In this seminar, we will briefly explore the human dimensions of natural resources management, the history of such work in the U.S., the case for ensuring their inclusion alongside biophysical dimensions research, including the connection between social values and representative government and their place in modern conceptions of ecosystem-based management. We will conclude with an overview of some quantitative human dimensions research tools and examples, with a focus on stakeholder surveys.

Seminars are now streamed on Zoom. All are welcome!

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