Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Rebecca E. Short, Gelcich, S., David L. Little, Fiorenza Micheli, Lucie Hazen, Edward H. Allison, Xavier Basurto, Ben Belton, Melba Reantaso, Cecile Brugere, Simon R. Bush, Ling Cao, Beatrice Crona, Philippa J. Cohen, Omar Defeo, Peter Edwards, Caroline E. Ferguson, Nicole Franz, Christopher D. Golden, Benjamin S. Halpern, Christina Hicks, Derek Johnstone, Alexander M. Kaminski, Sangeeta Mangubhai, Rosamond L. Naylor, U. Rashid Sumaila, Shakuntala H. Thilsted, Michelle Tigchelaar, Colette C.C. Wabnitz, and Wenbo Zhang. (2021). “Harnessing diversity of small-scale actors key to aquatic food futures”. Nature Food, pp.1-9.
2 citations as of Nov. 2, 2021
Ferguson, C.E., 2021. A rising tide does not lift all boats: Intersectional analysis reveals inequitable impacts of the seafood trade in fishing communities. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, p.246.
5 citations as of Nov. 2, 2021
Bordner, A.S., Ferguson, C.E. and Ortolano, L., 2020. Colonial dynamics limit climate adaptation in Oceania: Perspectives from the Marshall Islands. Global Environmental Change, 61, p.102054.
12 citations as of Nov. 2, 2021
Singeo, A., Caroline E. Ferguson, Iseko Willyander, Reid Endress, Surech Bells, and Bryan Endress. “Key findings from Palau’s gender and marine resources assessment: Women and men both important for use, management, and youth empowerment.” SPC Women in Fisheries Bulletin #33. September 2021.
Ferguson, C.E., Singeo, A. and Ferrier-Loh, A.. "Bridging fishers’ and Western scientific knowledges to farm sea cucumbers in a community setting in Palau", SPC Women in Fisheries Bulletin #31. March 2020.
Ferguson, C. E. "Winners and losers in the export of sea cucumbers from Palau", SPC Women in Fisheries Bulletin #30. September 2019.
For General Audiences
Bordner, A.S. & Ferguson, C.E. "The Marshall Islands could be wiped out by climate change – and their colonial history limits their ability to save themselves", The Conversation. December 11, 2020.
35,633 reads as of Nov. 2, 2021
Ferguson, C.E. "Marshallese-Americans Commemorate 73 Years in Exile", Hyphen Magazine. May 20, 2019.