Conservation targets might be reducing trust in MPA planning
Nicholas Wehner and
Octo Open Communications for The Ocean
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Surveys of northern California-based fishermen indicate that there is a relationship between the trust fishermen have in groups like managers and researchers, and their satisfaction with the outcomes of an MPA planning process. Low levels of trust with managers were tied to low levels of satisfaction with the MPA planning process. Conservation targets may be an impediment for building that trust.
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