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Articles by Alyne Elizabeth Delaney

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Alyne Elizabeth Delaney is Lecturer in the Department of Development and Planning at Aalborg University, where she a Senior Researcher in Innovative Fisheries Management.  She is also editor-in-chief of the Commons Digest, the newsletter of the International Association for the Study of the Commons and the author of publications on the ecology and management of fisheries in East Asia (Japan); Southeast Asia (Cambodia and Lao PDR); the EU (Northern Europe), and in Southern Africa (Botswana, Zambia and South Africa). One recent publication is “Algal Management through a Cultural Lens: Examining the Roles of Women and Households in Japanese Nori Cultivation” in CBM - Cahiers de Biologie Marine.