Cultivating conflict: perspectives on the human dimensions of voluntary Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) hatcheries in a conservation context

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The overall goal of this thesis is to offer a more in-depth human dimensions understanding of voluntary Atlantic salmon hatcheries, focusing on the underlying drivers of conflict over hatchery use in a conservation context. To achieve this, the thesis looks at hatcheries through different conservation social science lenses over the course of four papers. In doing so, this thesis represents a much-needed human dimensions approach to conflict revolving around the use of small-scale, voluntarily operated Atlantic salmon hatcheries in Wales, Norway, and Germany. The methods used for data collection and analysis are qualitative and include interviews, document analysis, and participant observation.

Harrison, H. L. (2018). Cultivating conflict: perspectives on the human dimensions of voluntary Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) hatcheries in a conservation context. Dissertation, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management


Veröffentlicht: 2018
Erschienen in: Dissertation, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management