Perspectives from a dugout canoe: Integrating local resource-dependent groups into marine conservation and small-scale fisheries management in the Arafura Timor Seas Region

Perspectives from a dugout canoe: Integrating local resource-dependent groups into marine conservation and small-scale fisheries management in the Arafura Timor Seas Region

Collaboration with primary research partners at RIEL (Dr Natasha Stacey) and ANU (Ass. Prof Andrew McWilliam, College of Asia and the Pacific), and facilitating collaboration of experts across disciplinary (social and natural sciences) and sectoral (academic and applied) divides.

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Dirk Steenbergen
Post-doctoral Fellow (NAMRA)

Primary research group

Natural Resources-Based Livelihoods

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy in Community Development, Resource Governance, & Conservation, at Murdoch University, Perth, Australia. MSc in Nature Conservation Policy and Management & BSc in Forest & Nature Conservation at the Wageningen University (WU), The Netherlands.