Prof Shankar Aswani
Maritime anthropology, human ecology of coastal communities, human behavioral ecology, indigenous ecological knowledge, ethnobiology, common property resources/governance, exchange theory and social stratification, ethnohistory, Solomon Islands, Melanesia, and Insular Pacific.
Research Projects (selected)
- Building Socio-Ecological Resilience to Climate Change in the Western Solomon Islands (2011-2013)
- Understanding Socio-ecological Impacts and Responses to Large Scale Environmental Disturbance in the Western Solomon Islands (2008-2011)
- Rural Development and Community-Based Resource Management in the Solomon Islands (1999-present)
- Integrating Social and Natural Science for Designing and Implementing a Marine Protected Area Network in the Western Solomon Islands (2003-present)
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