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Community involvement in fisheries management: Experiences in the Gulf of Thailand countries

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  • Nasuchon, Nopparat
  • Charles, Anthony

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This paper examines the involvement of coastal communities in fisheries management among the countries of the Gulf of Thailand--Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Initiatives to decentralize management to local governing bodies, to utilize traditional management methods and to engage in community agreements to protect local resources are explored. An examination of recent experiences indicates some movement toward more local involvement in management. However, the study also leads to several suggestions for the future: in Vietnam and Cambodia, there is a need for significant legislation to control fisheries operations and greater clarity of the role of communities in management; in Malaysia, there is an overall need for more support to local fisheries management; and in Thailand, the need is for greater support of local-level enforcement and monitoring activities.

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  • Nasuchon, Nopparat & Charles, Anthony, 2010. "Community involvement in fisheries management: Experiences in the Gulf of Thailand countries," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 34(1), pages 163-169, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:marpol:v:34:y:2010:i:1:p:163-169
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    1. Ferrol-Schulte, Daniella & Gorris, Philipp & Baitoningsih, Wasistini & Adhuri, Dedi S. & Ferse, Sebastian C.A., 2015. "Coastal livelihood vulnerability to marine resource degradation: A review of the Indonesian national coastal and marine policy framework," Marine Policy, Elsevier, pages 163-171.
    2. Preenithi Aksorn & Chotchai Charoenngam, 2016. "Factors influencing life cycle management for community infrastructure development," International Journal of Project Organisation and Management, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, vol. 8(1), pages 63-86.
    3. Silva, Monalisa R.O. & Lopes, Priscila F.M., 2015. "Each fisherman is different: Taking the environmental perception of small-scale fishermen into account to manage marine protected areas," Marine Policy, Elsevier, pages 347-355.

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