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Research Publications

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Finding voices in the floods of Freedom Hill: innovating solutions in Princeville, North Carolina.

Grace-McCaskey, C. A., Pearce, S. C., Harris, L., Corra, M., & Evans, K. J.(2021)  Finding voices in the floods of Freedom Hill: innovating solutions in Princeville, North Carolina. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 1-11.

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Towards an Ecosystem-Based Approach of Guam’s Coral Reefs: the Human DimensionUS Virgin Islands Fishing Community Resilience: Informing a Research Agenda.

Yandle, T., Sweeney Tookes, J., & Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2020) US Virgin Islands Fishing Community Resilience: Informing a Research Agenda. Coastal Management, 1-24.

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Lessons learned from public participation in hydrologic engineering projects.

Etheridge, J.R., Manda, A.K., Grace-McCaskey, C.A., Allen, T., & Hao, H.(2020)  Lessons learned from public participation in hydrologic engineering projects. Hydrological Sciences Journal 65(3):325-334. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2019.1700420.

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Are groundwater level data collected by citizen scientists trustworthy? A cautionary tale.

Manda, A. K., Etheridge, J. R., Grace‐McCaskey, C., Allen, T. R., & Howard, R.(2020) Are groundwater level data collected by citizen scientists trustworthy? A cautionary tale. Groundwater. https://doi.org/10.1111/gwat.13019

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Eco-ethnography and citizen science: Lessons from within.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A., Iatarola, B., Manda, A.K., & Etheridge, J.R.(2019) Eco-ethnography and citizen science: Lessons from within. Society and Natural Resources 32(10):1123 – 1138.

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A citizen science approach to groundwater monitoring: The impacts of participation on knowledge and attitudes, and implications for management.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A., Manda, A.K., Etheridge, J.R., & O’Neill, J.(2018) A citizen science approach to groundwater monitoring: The impacts of participation on knowledge and attitudes, and implications for management. In: Proceedings, Meeting of the 52nd Geoscience Information Society, 2017, v.47.

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Multi-scale Fisheries Management in St. Croix, USVI: What Influences Participation?

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2018)  Multi-scale Fisheries Management in St. Croix, USVI: What Influences  Participation? Human Organization 77(2):157-171.

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The CoLaboratories of Social Oceanography: Plural Space Aimed at Fostering the Integral Conservation of Seas and Coastal Societies

Narchi, N.C.M., M.A. Mesa-Jurado, A. Espinoza-Tenorio, A. Olivos-Ortiz, M.M.E. Capistrán, E. Morteo, Y. Ochoa, C.M Beitl, T.E. Martínez, O. Cervantes, H.H. Nava, A.K. Spalding, C.A. Grace-McCaskey, N. y Corona, G.G.M. Moura. (2019) El CoLaboratorio de Oceanografía Social: espacio plural para la conservación integral de los mares y las sociedades costeras. Sociedad y Ambiente 7(18): 285-301, ISSN: 2007-6576

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Towards an ecosystem-based approach of Guam’s coral reefs: the human dimension.

Weijerman, M., Grace-McCaskey, C., Grafeld, S.L., Kotowicz, D.M., Oleson, K.L.L., and van Putten, I.E.(2016) Towards an ecosystem-based approach of Guam’s coral reefs: the human dimension. Marine Policy 63:8-17.

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Understanding Hawai`i resource users’ knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of coral reefs in South Kohala.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2016) Understanding Hawai`i resource users’ knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of coral reefs in South Kohala. Administrative Report H-16-02. NMFS-PIFSC. NOAA: Honolulu.

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American Samoa fishing community profile: 2013 update.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2015)  American Samoa fishing community profile: 2013 update. Administrative Report H-15-04. NMFS-PIFSC. NOAA: Honolulu.

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Examining the potential of using secondary data to better understand human-reef relationships across the Pacific.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2014)  Examining the potential of using secondary data to better understand human-reef relationships across the Pacific. Administrative Report H-14-01, NMFS-PIFSC. NOAA: Honolulu.

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Fishermen, Politics, and Participation: An Ethnographic Examination of Commercial Fisheries Management in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2012) Fishermen, Politics, and Participation: An Ethnographic Examination of Commercial Fisheries Management in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. PhD Dissertation. Graduate Theses and Dissertations. http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/4054

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Understanding the social and economic links between the greater Miami area and the recreational fishing industry.

Grace, C.A., & Stoffle, B.W.(2012) Understanding the social and economic links between the greater Miami area and the recreational fishing industry. Technical Memorandum, NMFS-SEFSC. NOAA: Miami.

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Development of indicators for measuring effects of human activities on central Pacific coral reefs.

Grace-McCaskey, C.A.(2012) Development of indicators for measuring effects of human activities on central Pacific coral reefs.  Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Cairns, Australia, 9-13 July 2012.

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The socio-economic importance of fishing in St. Thomas, USVI: An examination of fishing community designation.

Stoffle, B., Contillo, J., Grace, C., & Snodgrass, D.(2011) The socio-economic importance of fishing in St. Thomas, USVI: An examination of fishing community designation. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-623.

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