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Readership: 1) scientific managers (i.e., protected area and fisheries managers) responsible for making decisions about environmental problems; 2) graduate and
undergraduate students working on multi-disciplinary environmental problems; 3) other readers interested in potential solutions for climate change.
Tim R. McClanahan, Senior Conservation Zoologist, Wildlife Conservation Society, and Joshua Cinner, Senior Research Fellow, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
Tim McClanahan is a Senior Conservation Zoologist at the Wildlife Conservation Society. His science and conservation work focuses on tropical fisheries, climate change, ecology, and management of coral reefs.
Joshua Cinner is Senior Research Fellow at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University. A human geographer, his research explores how poverty and other socioeconomic conditions influence how people use and govern natural resources.
1. Climate change, resources, and human adaptation
2. The global context of marine fisheries
3. Climate change and oceanography
4. Change and resilience of coral reefs
5. Climate change and coral reef fishes and fisheries
6. Vulnerability of coastal communities
7. Coastal communities' responses to disturbance
8. Linking the social, ecological, and environmental systems
9. Building adaptive capacity
10. Managing ecosystems for change
11. Confronting the consequences of climate change