Networks

Current and future climate variability important to uruguayan productive sectors

The aim of the network is to analyze the current and future scenarios of climate variability important to different agricultural sectors of Uruguay.

Néstor Mazzeo
mazzeobeyhaut@yahoo.com
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Early warning signals

The network aims to develop methods and approaches to identify early signals of change that will herald the advent of sudden changes or critical transitions.

Marten Scheffer
marten.scheffer@wur.nl
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Adaptive management of Laguna del Sauce and its associated basin

The aim of the network is the development and promotion of adaptive strategies to ensure the sustainability of critical ecosystem services for human well-being.

Guillermo Goyenola
goyenola@gmail.com
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Conservation and management of coastal marine invertebrate fisheries in Latin America

The aim of the network is to document and disseminate new tools for conservation, management and governance of artisanal fisheries in Latin America, with special emphasis on coastal invertebrate fisheries. The network is focused on developing a set of guiding principles for achieving best practices with regard to an integrated and adaptive co-management as a way of governance, contributing to innovation management strategies of a system under multiple pressures (e.g. global changes in coastal occupation or climate variability).

Omar Defeo
odefeo@dinara.gub.uy
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