V2V members report their works through publishing a number of scholarly publications on a variety of V2V themes, including, books and book chapters, journal articles, working papers, student theses, conference abstracts and reports.

Sep 2021 - Nov 2021

Journal Articles:

  • Amadu, I., Armah, F. A., & Aheto, D. W. (2021). Assessing livelihood resilience of artisanal fisherfolk to the decline in small-scale fisheries in Ghana. Sustainability, 13(18), 10404.

  • Amadu, I., Armah, F. A., Aheto, D. W., & Adongo, C. A. (2021). A study on livelihood resilience in the small-scale fisheries of Ghana using a structural equation modelling approach. Ocean & Coastal Management, 215, 105952.

  • Bhowmik, J., Selim, S. A., Irfanullah, H. M., Shuchi, J. S., Sultana, R., & Ahmed, S. G. (2021). Resilience of small-scale marine fishers of Bangladesh against the COVID-19 pandemic and the 65-day fishing ban. Marine Policy, 134, 104794.

  • Chatterjee, A., Bhattacharya, S., & Mukherjee, J. (2021). Nature, culture and oriental heritage: Ethnographic explorations on Patua and Chhau communities of Bengal. The Oriental Anthropologist: A Bi-Annual International Journal of the Science of Man.

  • Elias, M., Kandel, M., Mansourian, S., Meinzen‐Dick, R., Crossland, M., Joshi, D., Kariuki, J., Lee, L. C., McElwee, P., Sen, A., Sigman, E., Singh, R., Adamczyk, E. M., Addoah, T., Agaba, G., Alare, R. S., Anderson, W., Arulingam, I., Bellis SG̱iids Ḵung, … Winowiecki, L. (2021). Ten people‐centered rules for Socially Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration. Restoration Ecology.

  • Galappaththi, M., Collins, A.M., Armitage, D., & Nayak, P. K. (2021). Linking social wellbeing and intersectionality to understand gender relations in dried fish value chains. Maritime Studies.

  • Islam, M. M., Begum, A., Rahman, S. M. A., & Ullah, H. (2021). Seasonal fishery closure in the Northern Bay of Bengal causes immediate but contrasting ecological and socioeconomic impacts. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Klomjit, A., Yeemin, T., Phaoduang, S., Sutthacheep, M. (2021). Occurrence of microplastics in two edible seaweeds from local aquaculture in Thailand. Ramkhamhaeng International Journal of Science and Technology 4(2), 38-44.

  • Mukherjee, J., Morera, R., Guerrin, J., & Véron, R. (2021). Histories of urban Deltascapes: A comparison of arles and Kolkata. Global Environment, 14(3), 505–534.

  • Okyere, I., Chuku, E. O., Ekumah, B., Angnuureng, D. B., Boakye-Appiah, J. K., Mills, D. J., Babanawo, R., Asare, N. K., Aheto, D. W., & Crawford, B. (2020). Physical distancing and risk of COVID-19 in small-scale fisheries: A remote sensing assessment in coastal Ghana. Scientific Reports, 10(22407).

  • Parlee, C. E., Foley, P., López Gómez, M. A., Miah, M. R., Mather, C., & Stephenson, R. L. (2021). Full Spectrum Sustainability and a theory of access: Integrating Social Benefits into fisheries governance. Marine Policy, 134, 104764.

  • Quirino-Amador, M. I., Longo, G. O., Freire, F. A. M., & Lopes, P. F. M. (2021). Integrating different types of knowledge to understand temporal changes in reef landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9.

  • Sagoe, A. A., Aheto, D. W., Okyere, I., Adade, R., & Odoi, J. (2021). Community participation in assessment of Fisheries Related Ecosystem Services towards the establishment of Marine Protected Area in the greater cape three points area in Ghana. Marine Policy, 124, 104336.

  • Sen, A., Unnikrishnan, H., & Nagendra, H. (2021). Restoration of urban water commons: Navigating social-ecological fault lines and inequities. Ecological Restoration, 39(1-2), 120–129.

  • Sultana, R., Irfanullah, H. M., Selim, S. A., Raihan, S. T., Bhowmik, J., & Ahmed, S. G. (2021). Multilevel resilience of fishing communities of coastal Bangladesh against covid-19 pandemic and 65-Day fishing ban. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Sumaila, U. R., Skerritt, D. J., Schuhbauer, A., Villasante, S., Cisneros-Montemayor, A. M., Sinan, H., Burnside, D., Abdallah, P. R., Abe, K., Addo, K. A., Adelsheim, J., Adewumi, I. J., Adeyemo, O. K., Adger, N., Adotey, J., Advani, S., Afrin, Z., Aheto, D., Akintola, S. L., … Zeller, D. (2021). WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies. Science, 374(6567), 544–544.

  • Sutthacheep, M., Phoaduang, S., Chamchoy, C., Klinthong, W., Salakphet, C., Silparasarn, A., Sangiamdee, D., & Yeemin, T. (2021). The particles of microplastics in shrimp paste from the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea. Ramkhamhaeng International Journal of Science and Technology 4(1): 27-34. 

  • Wongnutpranont, A., Suebpala, W., Sutthacheep, M., Pengsakun, S., Yossundara, N., Khawsejan, T., & Yeemin, T. (2021). Derelict fishing gears and other marine debris on coral communities on underwater pinnacles in Chumphon Province, Thailand. Ramkhamhaeng International Journal of Science and Technology 4(2): 28-37.


Books and Book Chapters:

  • Akintola, S. L., Fakoya, K. A., Elegbede, I. O., Odunsi, E., & Jolaosho, T. (2021). Postharvest Practices in Small-Scale Fisheries. In Galanakis, C. M. (Ed.), Sustainable fish production and processing. essay (pp. 79-110). Academic Press - an imprint of Elsevier.

  • Sen, A. (2021). A political ecology of forest conservation in India: communities, wildlife and the state. Routledge.

  • Singh, S., Fischer-Kowalski, M., Chertow, M. (Eds.). (2021). The Metabolism of Islands. Sustainability.

  • Sumaila, U. R. (2021). Infinity Fish - Economics and the Future of Fish and Fisheries. Academic Press.

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Student Theses:

  • Amoah Agyapong, R. (2021). Building Local Resilience To Climate Change Vulnerability In Small-Scale Fishery Communities Of Lake Volta, Ghana [Master's thesis, University of Waterloo]. UWSpace Theses.

  • De La Luz, V. M. (2021). Sustainable Tourism Planning and Cross-Sector Partnerships in Small-Scale Fishing Communities: Prospects and Challenges for Viability in Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve, Mexico [Master's thesis, University of Waterloo]. UWSpace Theses.

  • Nair, N. V. (2021). Water Quality as a Measure to Understand Vulnerability and Viability Issues in Small-Scale Fisheries of Chilika Lagoon, India [Master's thesis, University of Waterloo]. UWSpace Theses.

  • Pattanaik, A. (2021). Mangrove-Dependent Small-Scale Fisher (SSF) Communities in the Sundarbans – Vulnerable yet Viable [Master's thesis, University of Waterloo]. UWSpace Theses.

  • Sekyi, J. (2021). Adaptive Responses of Small-Scale Fisheries to the Vulnerabilities Resulting from Crude Oil Extraction in Western Ghana [Master's thesis, University of Waterloo]. UWSpace Theses.

 2021 - Sep 2021

  • Andrews, E. J., Wolfe, S., Nayak, P. K., & Armitage, D. (2021). Coastal fishers livelihood behaviors and their psychosocial explanations: Implications for fisheries governance in a changing world. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Blythe, J. L., Armitage, D., Bennett, N. J., Silver, J. J., & Song, A. M. (2021). The politics of ocean governance transformations. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Breckwoldt, A., Lopes, P. F. M., & Selim, S. A. (2021). Look who’s asking—Reflections on participatory and transdisciplinary marine research approaches. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.  

  • Brodie, S., Frainer, A., Pennino, M. G., Jiang, S., Kaikkonen, L., Lopez, J., Ortega-Cisneros, K., Peters, C. A., Selim, S. A., & Văidianu, N. (2021). Equity in science: advocating for a triple-blind review system. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

  • Choudhury, M.U.I., Emdad Haque, C., & Doberstein, B. (2021). Adaptive governance and community resilience to cyclones in coastal Bangladesh: Addressing the problem of fit, social learning, and institutional collaboration. Environmental Science & Policy, 124, 580–592.

  • Gurney, G. G., Darling, E. S., Ahmadia, G. N., Agostini, V. N., Ban, N. C., Blythe, J., Claudet, J., Epstein, G., Estradivari, Himes-Cornell, A., Jonas, H. D., Armitage, D., Campbell, S. J., Cox, C., Friedman, W. R., Gill, D., Lestari, P., Mangubhai, S., McLeod, E., … Jupiter, S. D. (2021). Biodiversity needs every tool in the box: Use OECMs. Nature, 595(7869), 646–649. 

  • Hara, M., & Njaya, F. (2021). Migratory fishing in Malawi and its challenges for beach-based rights co-management. African Identities, 19(3), 400–417.  

  • Huque, S., Pattanaik, S., & Parthasarathy, D. (2020). Cityscape transformation and the temporal metamorphosis of East Kolkata Wetlands: A political ecology perspective. Sociological Bulletin, 69(1), 95–112.

  • Markphol, A., Kittitornkool, J., Armitage, D., & Chotikarn, P. (2021). An integrative approach to planning for community-based adaptation to sea-level rise in Thailand. Ocean & Coastal Management, 212, 105846.

  • Pennino, M. G., Brodie, S., Frainer, A., Lopes, P. F. M., Lopez, J., Ortega-Cisneros, K., Selim, S., & Vaidianu, N. (2021). The missing layers: Integrating sociocultural values into marine spatial planning. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.  

  • Sall, A., Failler, P., Drakeford, B., & March, A. (2021). Fisher migrations: Social and economic perspectives on the emerging shark fishery in West Africa. African Identities, 19(3), 284–303. 

  • Uddin, M. S., Haque, C. E., Khan, M. N., Doberstein, B., & Cox, R. S. (2021). “Disasters threaten livelihoods, and people Cope, adapt and make transformational changes”: Community resilience and livelihoods reconstruction in coastal communities of Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 63, 102444.  

  • Irfanullah, H. M. (2021, July 30). What will the next phase of floating agriculture look like? The Daily Star. 

  • Irfanullah, H. M. (2021, August 8). Can we be bold enough and Integrate Nature-based solutions into Blue Economy? The Daily Star.

Jul 2021 - Sep 2021

  • Breckwoldt, A., Lopes, P. F., & Selim, S. A. (2021). Look Who’s Asking-Reflections on Participatory and Transdisciplinary Marine Research Approaches. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Lafaye De Micheaux, F. & Mukherjee, J. (2021). Groundwater and Society: Enmeshed Issues, Interdisciplinary Approaches. In A. Mukherjee, B. Scanlon, A. Aureli, S. Langan, H. Guo and A. McKenzie (Eds.), Global Groundwater: Source, Scarcity, Sustainability, Security and Solutions. Elsevier.

  • Mukherjee, J., Morera, R., Guerrin, J. & Veron, R. (2021). Histories of Urban Deltascapes: A Comparison of Arles and Kolkata, Global Environment. A Journal of Transdisciplinary History. [In print]

  • Mukherjee, J., & Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2021). South Asian Chars as Destabilizers. In M. Zaman and M. Alam (Eds.), Living on the Edge: Char Dwellers in Bangladesh. Springer International Publishing.

  • Nayak, P. K., Dias, A. C., & Pradhan, S. K. (2021). Traditional Fishing Community and Sustainable Development. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, 1–18.

  • Pennino, M. G., Brodie, S., Frainer, A., Lopes, P. F., Lopez, J., Ortega-Cisneros, K., Selim, S., & Vaidianu, N. (2021). The Missing Layers: Integrating Sociocultural Values Into Marine Spatial Planning. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

  • Uddin, M. S., Haque, C. E., Khan, M. N., Doberstein, B., & Cox, R. S. (2021). “Disasters threaten livelihoods, and people cope, adapt and make transformational changes”: Community resilience and livelihoods reconstruction in coastal communities of Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 63, 102444.


Jul 2021 - Sep 2021

  • Fonseca, C. R.; Paterno, G. B.; Guadagnin, D. L.; Venticinque, E. M.; Overbeck, G. E.; Ganade, G.; Metzger, J. P.; Kollmann, J.; Sauer, J.; Cardoso, M. Z.; LOPES, P. F. M.; Oliveira, R. S.; Pillar, V. D.; Weisser, W. W. (2021). Conservation Biology: four decades of problem- and solution-based research.. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, in press.

  • Lopes, P. F. M.; Freitas, C. T.; Hallwass, G.; Silvano, R. A. M.; Begossi, A.; Campos-Silva, J. V. (2021). Just Aquatic Governance: the Amazon basin as fertile ground for aligning participatory conservation with social justice. Aquatic Conservation-Marine And Freshwater Ecosystems, in press.

  • Lopes, P. F. M.; Andrade, L. C. A.; Pennino, M. G.; Leite, T. S. (2021). The inter-annual fishing variability in Octopus insularis (Leite & Haimovici 2008) as a result of oceanographic factors. Fisheries Oceanography, in press.

  • Lopes, P. F. M.; Hanazaki, N.; Nakamura, E. M.; Salivonchyk, S.; Begossi, A. (2021).What fisher diets reveal about fish stocks. Ambio, in press.

  • Guerra, Thiago; Pennino, M. G.; Santos, J. M. F. F.; Loses, P.F.M. (2021). Damage or benefit? How future scenarios of climate change may affect the distribution of small pelagic fishes in the coastal seas of the Americas. Fisheries Research. 234: 105815.

  • De Oliveira Estevo, M.; Lopes, P. F. M.; De Oliveira Júnior, J. G. C.; Junqueira, A. B.; De Oliveira Santos, A. P.; Da Silva Lima, J. A.; Malhado, A. C. M.; Ladle, R. J.; Campos-Silva, J. V. (2021). Immediate social and economic impacts of a major oil spill on Brazilian coastal fishing communities. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 164: 111984.

  • Irfanullah, H.M. (2021). Nature-based solutions for our towns and cities. The Daily Star.


  • Irfanullah, H.M. (2021). Is floating agriculture a nature-based solution?. The Daily Star.


  • Berkes, F. (2021). Toward A New Social Contract: Community-Based Resource Management and Small-Scale Fisheries. TBTI Global.

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Jan 2021 - Mar 2021

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2020- Jan 2021