Hampus Eriksson
Hampus Eriksson
Senior Scientist, WorldFish and Professor, ANCORS, University of Wollongong
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COVID-19 and Pacific food system resilience: Opportunities to build a robust response
P Farrell, AM Thow, JT Wate, N Nonga, P Vatucawaqa, T Brewer, ...
Food Security 12, 783-791, 2020
Chinese market responses to overexploitation of sharks and sea cucumbers
H Eriksson, S Clarke
Biological Conservation 184, 163-173, 2015
Management of sea cucumber stocks: patterns of vulnerability and recovery of sea cucumber stocks impacted by fishing
K Friedman, H Eriksson, E Tardy, K Pakoa
Fish and Fisheries 12 (1), 75-93, 2011
Potential influence of sea cucumbers on coral reef CaCO3 budget: A case study at One Tree Reef
K Schneider, J Silverman, E Woolsey, H Eriksson, M Byrne, K Caldeira
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116 (G4), 2011
Distribution of economic returns in small-scale fisheries for international markets: A value-chain analysis
SW Purcell, BI Crona, W Lalavanua, H Eriksson
Marine Policy 86, 9-16, 2017
Contagious exploitation of marine resources
H Eriksson, H Österblom, B Crona, M Troell, N Andrew, J Wilen, C Folke
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (8), 435-440, 2015
Sea cucumber aquaculture in the Western Indian Ocean: challenges for sustainable livelihood and stock improvement
H Eriksson, G Robinson, MJ Slater, M Troell
Ambio 41, 109-121, 2012
Blind spots in visions of a “blue economy” could undermine the ocean's contribution to eliminating hunger and malnutrition
AK Farmery, EH Allison, NL Andrew, M Troell, M Voyer, B Campbell, ...
One Earth 4 (1), 28-38, 2021
China at a crossroads: an analysis of China's changing seafood production and consumption
B Crona, E Wassenius, M Troell, K Barclay, T Mallory, M Fabinyi, W Zhang, ...
One Earth 3 (1), 32-44, 2020
Livelihoods and fisheries governance in a contemporary Pacific Island setting
RJ Sulu, H Eriksson, AM Schwarz, NL Andrew, G Orirana, M Sukulu, ...
PLoS One 10 (11), e0143516, 2015
The sea cucumber fishery in Australia's Great Barrier Reef Marine Park follows global patterns of serial exploitation
H Eriksson, M Byrne
Fish and Fisheries 16 (2), 329-341, 2015
Resource degradation of the sea cucumber fishery in Zanzibar, Tanzania: a need for management reform
BH Eriksson, M de la Torre-Castro, J Eklöf, N Jiddawi
Aquatic Living Resources 23 (4), 387-398, 2010
Mobility, expansion and management of a multi-species scuba diving fishery in East Africa
H Eriksson, M de la Torre-Castro, P Olsson
PLOS one 7 (4), e35504, 2012
Contribution of women’s fisheries substantial, but overlooked, in Timor-Leste
A Tilley, A Burgos, A Duarte, J dos Reis Lopes, H Eriksson, D Mills
Ambio 50 (1), 113-124, 2021
The role of fish and fisheries in recovering from natural hazards: Lessons learned from Vanuatu
H Eriksson, J Albert, S Albert, R Warren, K Pakoa, N Andrew
Environmental Science & Policy 76, 50-58, 2017
An ecosystem approach to small-scale fisheries through participatory diagnosis in four tropical countries
H Eriksson, DS Adhuri, L Adrianto, NL Andrew, T Apriliani, T Daw, ...
Global Environmental Change 36, 56-66, 2016
Sea cucumber (Aspidochirotida) community, distribution and habitat utilization on the reefs of Mayotte, Western Indian Ocean
H Eriksson, M Byrne, M De la Torre-Castro
Marine Ecology Progress Series 452, 159-170, 2012
Governance structures and sustainability in Indian Ocean sea cucumber fisheries
H Eriksson, C Conand, A Lovatelli, NA Muthiga, SW Purcell
Marine Policy 56, 16-22, 2015
More than fish: Policy coherence and benefit sharing as necessary conditions for equitable aquaculture development
C Brugere, M Troell, H Eriksson
Marine Policy 123, 104271, 2021
Continuity and change in the contemporary Pacific food system
NL Andrew, EH Allison, T Brewer, J Connell, H Eriksson, JG Eurich, ...
Global Food Security 32, 100608, 2022
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