Lotta C. Kluger
Lotta C. Kluger
Center for Ocean and Society / University Kiel, Germany
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Carrying capacity simulations as a tool for ecosystem-based management of a scallop aquaculture system
LC Kluger, MH Taylor, J Mendo, J Tam, M Wolff
Ecological modelling 331, 44-55, 2016
From an open‐access fishery to a regulated aquaculture business: the case of the most important Latin American bay scallop (Argopecten purpuratus)
LC Kluger, MH Taylor, M Wolff, W Stotz, J Mendo
Reviews in Aquaculture 11 (1), 187-203, 2019
Integrating the concept of resilience into an ecosystem approach to bivalve aquaculture management
LC Kluger, R Filgueira, M Wolff
Ecosystems 20 (7), 1364-1382, 2017
Using media analysis to scope priorities in social carrying capacity assessments: A global perspective
LC Kluger, R Filgueira, CJ Byron
Marine Policy 99, 252-261, 2019
Assessing the ecosystem impact of scallop bottom culture through a community analysis and trophic modelling approach
LC Kluger, MH Taylor, EB Rivera, ET Silva, M Wolff
Marine Ecology Progress Series 547, 121-135, 2016
Modeling trophic flows in the wettest mangroves of the world: the case of Bahía Málaga in the Colombian Pacific coast
GA Castellanos-Galindo, J Cantera, N Valencia, S Giraldo, E Peña, ...
Hydrobiologia 803 (1), 13-27, 2017
Panama's impotent mangrove laws
GA Castellanos-Galindo, LC Kluger, P Tompkins
Science 355 (6328), 918-919, 2017
Coping with abrupt environmental change: the impact of the coastal El Niño 2017 on artisanal fisheries and mariculture in North Peru
LC Kluger, S Kochalski, A Aguirre-Velarde, I Vivar, M Wolff
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (4), 1122-1130, 2019
Specialization of fishers leads to greater impact of external disturbance: Evidence from a social-ecological network modelling exercise for Sechura Bay, northern Peru
LC Kluger, M Scotti, I Vivar, M Wolff
Ocean & Coastal Management 179, 104861, 2019
Thinking outside the box: embracing social complexity in aquaculture carrying capacity estimations
LC Kluger, R Filgueira
ICES Journal of Marine Science 78 (1), 435-442, 2021
Understanding gear choices and identifying leverage points for sustainable tropical small-scale marine fisheries
P Herrón, LC Kluger, GA Castellanos-Galindo, M Wolff, M Glaser
Ocean & Coastal Management 188, 105074, 2020
Mangrove research in Colombia: Temporal trends, geographical coverage and research gaps
GA Castellanos-Galindo, LC Kluger, MA Camargo, J Cantera, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 248, 106799, 2021
Studying human–nature relationships through a network lens: A systematic review
LC Kluger, P Gorris, S Kochalski, MS Mueller, G Romagnoni
People and Nature 2 (4), 1100-1116, 2020
On the move: The role of mobility and migration as a coping strategy for resource users after abrupt environmental disturbance–the empirical example of the Coastal El Niño 2017
LC Kluger, H Alff, E Alfaro-Córdova, J Alfaro-Shigueto
Global Environmental Change 63, 102095, 2020
Aqua- and mariculture management - a holistic perspective on best practices
MH Taylor, LC Kluger
Handbook on Marine Environment Protection, 659-682, 2018
Uncovered pathways: Modelling dispersal dynamics of ship‐mediated marine introduced species
J Letschert, M Wolff, LC Kluger, C Freudinger, J Ronquillo, I Keith
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (3), 620-631, 2021
Institutional context and governance of Peruvian fisheries and aquaculture
M Garteizgogeascoa, IE Gonzales, LC Kluger, G Damonte, M Flitner
Contextualizing Scenarios to Explore Social-Ecological Futures: A Three Step Participatory Case Study for the Humboldt Current Upwelling System
M Garteizgogeascoa, LC Kluger, IE Gonzales, G Damonte, M Flitner
Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020
Enclosing marine and coastal commons, Scallop production in Sechura Peru (keynote for Europe)
A Schlüter, L Kluger
The effects of COVID-19 on marine fisheries and food security in Peru
L Kluger
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