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Managing collaboration in fisheries

Evidence from the Gulf of Maine

Date & time
Friday, March 17, 2023
2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Owen Temby, Dongkyu Kim, Gordon Hickey, and Evelyn Roozee


This event is free and open to the public, in person or remotely via Zoom


Loyola Sustainability Research Centre & Loyola College for Diversity & Sustainability


Rebecca Tittler

Wheel chair accessible


This workshop provides an overview of a research project on transboundary collaboration in fishery management. The presentations cover the project’s theoretical underpinning and report on studies operationalizing and measuring the concepts. They focus on the traits of transnational inter-organizational networks of stakeholders that hinder and facilitate collaboration and the management strategies that can develop these traits or minimize their influence. 

The talks will be as follows:

The Architecture of collaboration in natural resource management theory, with Gordon Hickey (McGill)

Gulf of Maine I: Interorganizational dependence and risk, with Owen Temby and Dongkyu Kim (University of Texas Rio Grande)

Salish Sea: Managing perceived risk and trust, with Evelyn Roozee (McGill) and Dongkyu Kim (University of Texas Rio Grande)

Gulf of Maine II: Perceived risk, trust, and the North Atlantic right whale, with Evelyn Roozee (McGill) and Dongkyu Kim (University of Texas Rio Grande)

Habitat restoration on the U.S.-Mexican border: examining collaborative governance for the Bahia Grande, with Mya Brown (University of Texas Rio Grande)

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