Social Indicators Publications

2016

Indicators of climate change and social vulnerability in fishing dependent communities along the Eastern and Gulf Coasts of the United States.

Using Socioeconomic and Fisheries Involvement Indices to Understand Alaska Fishing Community Well-Being.

Understanding vulnerability in Alaska fishing communities: A validation methodology for rapid assessment of indices related to well-being.

2015

Taxonomy of USA East Coast Fishing Communities in Terms of Social Vulnerability and Resilience.

  • Pollnac, R.B., Tarsila Seara, L.L. Colburn and M. Jepson. 2015. Taxonomy of USA East Coast Fishing Communities in Terms of Social Vulnerability and Resilience. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 55: 136-142.

Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability in Alaska's Fishing Communities.

  • Himes-Cornell, A., S. Kasperski. 2015. Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability in Alaska’s Fishing Communities. Fisheries Research 162: 1-11.

2013

Development of Social Indicators of Fishing Community Vulnerability and Resilience in the U.S. Southeast and Northeast Regions

2012

Social Indicators of Gentrification Pressure in Fishing Communities: A Context for Social Impact Assessment

  • Colburn, L.L. and M. Jepson. 2012. Social Indicators of Gentrification Pressure in Fishing Communities: A Context for Social Impact Assessment. Coastal Management 40: 289-300.

2011

Job Satisfaction, Well-being and Change in Southern New England Fishing Communities

  • Pollnac, R.B., L.L. Colburn, T. Seara, C. Weng, and K. Yentes. 2011. Job satisfaction, well-being, and change in southern New England fishing communities. Final report.

2010

Defining social and economic performance measures for catch share systems in the Northeast U.S.

Measuring subjective and objective well-being: analyses from five marine commercial fisheries

  • Smith, C.L. and P.M. Clay. 2010. Measuring subjective and objective well-being: Analyses from five marine commercial fisheries. Human Organization 69(2): 158-168.

1998

Sociocultural Data Indicators
  • Clay, P. 1998. Sociocultural Data Indicators, p. 31-35, In: Guidelines for the Routine Collection of Capture Fishery Data. Prepared at an Expert Consultation held at Bangkok, Thailand 18-30 May, organized and funded by the FAO/DANIDA Project Training in Fish Stock Assessment and Fishery Research Planning GCP/INT/575/DEN. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper No. 382. Rome, FAO. 1998. 98p.