Team Papers

Breslow, Sara Jo, et al. 2017. Evaluating indicators of human well-being for ecosystem-based management. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability.

Charnley, Susan, et al. 2017. Best available social science for natural resource management decision-makingEnvironmental Science and Policy.

Breslow, Sara Jo, et al. 2016. Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management. Environmental Science and Policy.

Hicks, Christina, et al. 2016. Engage key social concepts for sustainability. Science. Vol. 352, Issue 6281, pp. 38-40.


Related Papers & Reports

Levin, Phil, SJ Breslow, CJ Harvey, KC Norman, MR Poe, GD Williams, and ML Plummer. 2016. Conceptualization of social-ecological systems of the California Current: an examination of interdisciplinary science supporting ecosystem-based management. Coastal Management.

Breslow, SJ. 2015. Accounting for neoliberalism: “social drivers” in environmental management. Marine Policy. 61:420-429.

Sojka, B. 2014. “Integrating Human Wellbeing Assessment Into Marine Resource Management.” MA Thesis, Seattle, WA: University of Washington.

Breslow, S, D Holland, P Levin, K Norman, M Poe, C Thomson, R Barnea, P Dalton, N Dolsak, C Greene, K Hoelting, S Kasperski, R Kosaka, D Ladd, A Mamula, S Miller, B Sojka, C Speir, S Steinbeck, and N Tolimieri. 2014. Human dimensions of the California Current integrated ecosystem assessment (CCIEA): a summary of concepts, methods, indicators, and assessments. NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle.