Postdoctoral position at Department of Earth Sciences, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
Emma’s research broadly focuses how people use and depend on marine environments. She studies the social-ecological dynamics of local resource use in the context of recreational fisheries and nature-based tourism, and explores concept such as local ecological knowledge, practices and stewardship.
Emma graduated with a PhD in Sustainability Science from the Stockholm Resilience Centre in August 2020. Her thesis examined stewardship and sustainability within Swedish Baltic commercial fisheries in relation to the wider social-ecological contexts in which fishers are embedded.
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