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Researcher: Ogier, EM (Dr Emily Ogier)

Fields of Research

Fisheries Management
Aquaculture
Environment and Resource Economics
Public Policy
Aquatic Ecosystem Studies and Stock Assessment
Performance and Installation Art
Fisheries Sciences
Sociology and Social Studies of Science and Technology
Research, Science and Technology Policy
Natural Resource Management
Environmental Sociology
Environment Policy
Ecological Economics
Environmental Education and Extension

Research Objectives

Coastal and Marine Management Policy
Aquaculture Fin Fish (excl. Tuna)
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Fisheries - Wild Caught
Sustainability Indicators
Fisheries - Recreational
Fisheries - Aquaculture
Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards
Wild Caught Prawns
The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
Environmentally Sustainable Animal Production
Economic Incentives for Environmental Protection
Rights to Environmental and Natural Resources (excl. Water Allocation)
Wild Caught Edible Molluscs
Wild Caught Rock Lobster
Management and Productivity
Wild Caught Crustaceans (excl. Rock Lobster and Prawns)
Communication
Coastal and Estuarine Water Management
Ecological Economics
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Marine Environments

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Analysis of operating environments: a diagnostic model for linking science, society and policy for sustainability; Environmental Science and Policy
Aquaculture environmental impact assessments and strategic planning - how do you decide what is important so that you can provide the right information and advice to various stakeholders?; World Aquaculture Conference 2014
Developing adaptation pathways for climate-impacted and at risk fisheries in south-east Australia; 3rd ICES-PICES-IOC International Symposium on the Effect of Climate Change on the World's Oceans
Diagnostics for adaptation in action: user guide
Fisheries management approaches as platforms for climate change adaptation: comparing theory and practice in Australian fisheries; Marine Policy
Managing inshore stocks of southern rock lobster for a sustainable fishery
Science and social license: defining environmental sustainability of Atlantic salmon aquaculture in south-eastern Tasmania, Australia; Social Epistemology
Science and social license: who defines environmental sustainability of Atlantic salmon aquaculture in south-eastern Tasmania, Australia?; World Aquaculture Adelaide 2014
Success and evolution of a boundary organization; Science, Technology and Human Values
The social licence to operate and its role in marine governance: insights from Australia; Marine Policy
Towards a diagnostic approach to climate adaptation for fisheries; Climatic Change
Your marine values: linking public values to decision-making for aquaculture in southeast Tasmania; World Aquaculture Adelaide 2014
Your marine values: public report 2013
Your marine values: workshop and survey
“Your marine values: workshop and survey”, Fishing Today, Tasmanian Seafood Industry, Australia

Research Projects

Fishery status reports: healthcheck for Australian fisheries; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Healthcheck Phase 2; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Human Dimensions Research Subprogram Management; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
INFORMD Stage 2: Risk-based tools supporting consultation, planning and adaptive management for aquaculture and other multiple-uses of the coastal waters of southern Tasmania; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Meeting Sustainability Expectations: Policy Translation, Objective Setting and Reporting for Australian Fisheries; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Night watch: old dogs, new tricks and night fishing; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Social Science and Economics Research Coordination Program; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
The Future Harvest Master Class; Australian Seafood Cooperative Research Centre (ASCRC)
Towards consistent standards for Australian fisheries management; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Fishery Data: Economic and Social Data Collection

Research Candidate Supervision