Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

    1. Brugere, C., Troell, M. and Eriksson, H. (under review) Providing more than fish: policy harmony and mechanisms for equitable marine aquaculture development. Insights from the Western India Ocean. Submitted to Marine Policy.
    2. Brugere, C., Aguilar-Manjarrez, P., Beveridge, M. and Soto, D. (2018) The Ecosystem Approach to Aquaculture ten years on (EAA+10): stocktaking and way forward. Reviews in Aquaculture, 0: 1-22 [Full text]. 
    3. Brugere, C. and Williams, M. (2017) Women in Aquaculture Profile [Full text
    4. Brugere, C., Bush, S., Bosma, R., van Zwieten, P. and Groeneveld, R. Mapping policy instruments for resilient coastal aquaculture and mangrove restoration. In prep. for Ecology and Society.
    5. Brugere, C., Onuigbo, D. and Morgan, K.Ll. (2017) People matter in animal disease surveillance: Lessons for the aquaculture sector. Aquaculture, 467: 158-169 [Full text
    6. Morton, C., Knowler, D., Brugere, C., Lymer, D. and Bartley, D. (2017) Valuation of fish production services in river basins: A case study of the Columbia River. Ecosystem Services, 24: 101-113.
    7. Colonese, A.C., Begossi, A., Brugere, C., Marques Bandeira, A., Brandi, R., Guedes, L. and Azevedo, P. (2016) Bridging ancient and modern artisanal fisheries in Latin America: Assessing the role of cultural heritage to food security and poverty alleviation in coastal Brazil. Project Gallery, Antiquity, 344 []
    8. Krause, G., Brugere, C., Diedrich, A., Ebeling, M.W., Ferse, S.C., Mikkelsen, E., Pérez Agúndez, J.A., Stead, S.M., Stybel, N. and Troell, M. (2015) A revolution without people? Closing the people–policy gap in aquaculture development. Aquaculture, 447: 44-55 [Abstract]
    9. Brugere, C. (2014) Mainstreaming gender in transboundary natural resources projects – the experience of the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME) project. Environmental Development, 11: 84-97 [Full text]
    10. Schmitt, L. and Brugere, C. (2013) Capturing ecosystem services, stakeholders’ preferences and trade-offs in coastal aquaculture decisions: A Bayesian Belief Network application. PLoS ONE, 8(10): e75956 [Full text]
    11. Ahmed, N., Rahman, S., Bunting, S.W. and Brugere, C. (2013) Socio-economic and ecological challenges of small-scale fishing and strategies for its sustainable management: a case study of the Old Brahmaputra River, Bangladesh. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 34: 84–100 [Abstract]
    12. Gerber, P., Brugere, C. and Ankers, P. (2011) Evolution des productions animales: Tendences globales et implications économiques, sociales et environnementales. INRA Productions animales, 24(1): 9-22 [Abstract]
    13. Thorpe, A., Reid, C., van Anrooy, R., Brugere, C. and Becker, D. (2006) Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers and the fisheries sector: an opportunity foregone? Journal of International Development, 18: 489-517 [Abstract]
    14. Brugere, C. (2006) Can integrated coastal management solve agriculture-fisheries-aquaculture conflicts at the land-water interface? A perspective from New Institutional Economics. In: C.T. Huong, T.P. Tuong, J.W. Gowing and B. Hardy (Eds) Environment and Livelihoods in Coastal Tropical Zones: Managing Agriculture – Fishery – Aquaculture conflicts. CGIAR Comprehensive Assessment Series, CABI International, Oxon, pp. 258-273 [Full text]
    15. Thorpe, A., Reid, C., van Anrooy, R., Brugere, C. and Becker, D. (2006) Asian Development and Poverty Reduction Strategies: Integrating Fisheries into the Development Discourse. Food Policy, 31(5): 385-400 [Abstract]
    16. van Anrooy, R., Brugere, C., Reid, C. and Thorpe, A. (2005) The Incorporation of Fisheries in the Development Strategies and Programmes of the Transition Economies of Eastern Europe and the Confederation of Independent States. Emergo, 11(4): 2-20.
    17. Thorpe, A., Reid, C., van Anrooy, R. and Brugere, C. (2005) Integrating fisheries into national development plans of Small Island Developing States (SIDS): Ten years on from Barbados. Natural Resources Forum, 29: 51–69.
    18. Thorpe, A., Reid, C., van Anrooy, R. and Brugere, C. (2005) When fisheries influence national policy-making: an analysis of the national development strategies of major fish-producing nations in the developing world. Marine Policy, 29(3): 211-222 [Abstract]
    19. Thorpe, A., Reid, C., van Anrooy, R. and Brugere, C. (2004) African poverty reduction programmes and the fisheries sector: current situation and opportunities. African Development Review, 16(2): 328-362 [Abstract]
    20. Brugere, C. and Lingard, J. (2003) Irrigation deficits and farmers’ vulnerability in Southern India. Agricultural Systems, 77(1): 65-88 [Abstract]
    21. McAndrew, K, Brugere, C., Beveridge, M. C. M., Ireland, M. J., Roy, T.K. and Yesmin, K. (2002) Improved management of small-scale tropical cage culture systems in Bangladesh: potential benefits of an alliance between an NGO and a western research institute. In: P. Edwards, D. C. Little and H. Demaine (Eds) Rural Aquaculture. Chapter 10. CABI Publishing, Oxon, pp. 129-141 [Abstract]
    22. Brugere, C., McAndrew, K. and Bulcock, P. (2001) Does cage aquaculture address gender goals in development? Results of a case study in Bangladesh. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 5(3-4): 179-189 [Abstract]
    23. Brugere, C. (2001) Women in Aquaculture in Indonesia and Malaysia. In: Kusakabe and G. Kelkar (Eds) Gender Concerns in Aquaculture in Southeast Asia. Gender Studies, Monograph 12, pp. 65-80.
    24. Brugere, C. and Lingard, J. (2001) Book review: Rural Poverty, Empowerment and Sustainable Livelihoods, edited by Joseph Mullen, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 1999. Journal of International Development, 13(9): 1190.
    25. Muir, J.F., Brugere, C., Young, J.A. and Stewart, J.A. (1999) The solution to pollution? The value and limitations of environmental economics in guiding aquaculture development. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 3(1): 42-57 [Abstract]
    26. Young, J.A., Brugere, C. and Muir, J.F. (1999) Green grow the fishes -oh? Environmental attributes in marketing aquaculture products. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 3(1): 7-17 [Abstract] 

      Other publications and consultancy reports

    27. Eriksson, H., Troell, M., Brugere, C., Chadag, M., Phillips, M. and Andrew, N. (2018). A diagnostic framework for equitable mariculture development in the Western Indian Ocean. ACIAR Monograph No. 204. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra [Available here]
    28. Brugere, C., Lymer, D. and Bartley, D.M.  (2015) Ecosystem services in freshwater fish production systems and aquatic ecosystems: Recognizing, demonstrating and capturing their value in food production and water management decisions. TEEB Agriculture & Food, 272 pp, UNEP, Geneva [Available here] 
    29. Brugere, C. and De Young, C. (2015) Assessing climate change vulnerability in fisheries and aquaculture: Available methodologies and their relevance for the sector. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper, No. 597. FAO, Rome [Available here]
    30. Kelleher, K., Haraldsson, G., Bahri, T., Blim Blivi, A., Hansson, L., Brugere, C., Dove, S., Metian, M., Schmidt, C.C. and Redhanz, K. (2015) Coastal communities dependent on fisheries and aquaculture. Ocean acidification impacts on coastal communities. Report from the third international workshop “Bridging the gap between ocean acidification and economic valuation. Oceanographic Museum, Principality of Monaco, 12-14 January 2015 [Available here
    31. Brugere, C. (2015) Gender audit and recommendations for mainstreaming gender in the EAF-Nansen project. FAO EAF-Nansen Project Report No. 24 (EAF-N/PR/24) [Available here
    32. Brugere, C. (2015) Climate change vulnerability in fisheries and aquaculture: A synthesis of six regional studies. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular, No. 1104. FAO, Rome [Available here]
    33. Brugere, C. and Maal, B. (2014) Study of fisheries and aquaculture value chains in Mozambique – How to reduce gender discrimination in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. NORAD, Oslo, 68p. [Available here]
    34. Brugere, C. (2013) Filling the fish supply-demand gap in water scarce countries. An application of food supply cost curves to fish production in selected Near-East and North African countries. Consultancy Report to the Initiative on Water Scarcity in Middle and Near East Countries. Natural Resources and Fisheries and Aquaculture Departments, FAO, Rome, 40p.
    35. Barsley, W., De Young, C. and Brugere, C. (2013) Vulnerability assessment methodologies: An annotated bibliography for climate change and the fisheries and aquaculture sector. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular, No. 1083. FAO, Rome [Available here
    36. West, C., Dawkins, E., Croft, S., Brugere, C., Sheate, W. and Raffaelli, D. (2013) Measuring the impacts of consumption in the UK of non-UK imported goods and services on global biodiversity. Final report to the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, project No. WC1018 [Available here
    37. Brugere, C. (2012) Mainstreaming gender in the BOBLME Project. BOBLME-2012-Socioec-02. Consultancy Report to the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem, Penang, 79p. [Available here]
    38. Brugere, C. (2012) Chad: Support to the elaboration of an Aquaculture Development Plan (TCP/CHD/3302). FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 49, p.36. FAO, Rome.
    39. Hishamunda, N., Ridler, N., Bueno, P., Satia, B., Kuemlangan, B., Percy, D., Gooley, G., Brugere, C. and Sen, S. (2012) Improving aquaculture governance: what is the status and options? In: R.P. Subasinghe, J.R. Arthur, D.M. Bartley, S.S. De Silva, M. Halwart, N. Hishamunda, C.V. Mohan and P. Sorgeloos (Eds) Farming the Waters for People and Food. Proceedings of the Global Conference on Aquaculture 2010, Phuket, Thailand. 22–25 September 2010. pp. 233–264. FAO, Rome and NACA, Bangkok [Available here
    40. Williams, M.J., Agbayani, R., Bhujel, R., Bondad-Reantaso, M.G., Brugere, C., Choo, P.S., Dhont, J., Galmiche-Tejeda, A., Ghulam, K., Kusakabe, K., Little, D., Nandeesha, M.C., Sorgeloos, P., Weeratunge, N., Williams, S. and Xu. P. (2012) Sustaining aquaculture by developing human capacity and enhancing opportunities for women. In: R.P. Subasinghe, J.R. Arthur, D.M. Bartley, S.S. De Silva, M. Halwart, N. Hishamunda, C.V. Mohan and P. Sorgeloos (Eds) Farming the Waters for People and Food. Proceedings of the Global Conference on Aquaculture 2010, Phuket, Thailand. 22–25 September 2010. pp. 785–874. FAO, Rome and NACA, Bangkok [Available here]
    41. Brugere, C., Ridler, N., Haylor, G., Macfadyen, G. and Hishamunda, N. (2010) Aquaculture planning: Policy formulation and implementation for sustainable development. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper, No. 542. FAO, Rome [Available here]
    42. Brugere, C., Aguilar-Manjarrez, J. and Halwart, M. (2009) TCP/CMR/3103: formulation of a development plan for sustainable aquaculture in Cameroon. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 43, pp. 24-25. FAO, Rome.
    43. Molle, F., Vallée, D., Brugere, C., Facon, T., Margat, J., Salamé, L., Le-Huu, T. and Trondalen, J.M. (2009) Managing competition for water and the pressure on ecosystems. Chapter 9. The United Nations World Water Development Report III, UNESCO, Paris []
    44. Soto, D., Aguilar-Manjarrez, J.; Bermudez, J., Brugere, C. et al. (2008) Applying an ecosystem-based approach to aquaculture: principles, scales and some management measures. In: D. Soto, J. Aguilar-Manjarrez and N. Hishamunda, eds. Building an ecosystem approach to aquaculture. FAO/Universitat de les Illes Balears Expert Workshop, 7-11 May 2007, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. FAO Fisheries Proceedings, No. 14. FAO, Rome, pp. 15-35 [Available here
    45. Soto, D. and Brugere, C. (2008) The challenges of climate change for aquaculture. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 40, pp. 30–32. FAO, Rome.
    46. Brugere, C. and Hishamunda, N. (2008) Planning and policy development in aquaculture. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 38, pp. 6-8. FAO, Rome.
    47. Brugere, C. and Hishamunda, N. (2008) Policies and Socio-economic Impacts of Aquaculture: What is Happening and What is Next? FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 40, pp. 38-39. FAO, Rome.
    48. Brugere, C., Holvoet, K. and Allison, E. (2008) Livelihood diversification in coastal and inland fishing communities: misconceptions, evidence and implications for fisheries management. Working paper, Sustainable Fisheries Livelihoods Programme (SFLP). Rome, FAO/DFID [Available here]  
    49. Brugere, C., Soto, D. and Bartley, D. (2007) Comparative environmental costs of aquaculture and other food production sectors: environmental and economic factors conditioning the global development of responsible aquaculture. In: D. Bartley, C. Brugere, D. Soto, P. Gerber and B. Harvey (Eds) Comparative assessment of the environmental costs of aquaculture and other food production sectors: Methods for meaningful comparisons. FAO Fisheries Proceedings, No. 10. FAO, Rome, pp. 25-35 [Available here]
    50. Macfadyen, G., Haylor, G. and Brugere, C. (2006) Guidelines for policy development and implementation through consensus and participation: Examples from the fisheries/aquaculture sector. FAO, Rome/Government of Pakistan, Islamabad.
    51. Brugere, C. (2006) A review of the development of integrated irrigation-aquaculture (IIA), with special reference to West Africa. In: M. Halwart and A.A. van Dam (Eds) Integrated Irrigation and Aquaculture in West Africa: Concepts, Practices and Potential. FAO, Rome, pp. 27-60 [Available here
    52. Brugere, C. (2006) Economics of integrated irrigation-aquaculture. In: M. Halwart and A.A. van Dam (Eds) Integrated Irrigation and Aquaculture in West Africa: Concepts, Practices and Potential. FAO, Rome, pp. 135-150 [Available here]  
    53. Brugere, C. (2006) International research support for integrated irrigation and aquaculture development. In: M. Halwart and A.A. van Dam (Eds) Integrated Irrigation and Aquaculture in West Africa: Concepts, Practices and Potential. FAO, Rome, pp. 151-156 [Available here]  
    54. Brugere, C. (2005) TCP/PAK/3005 “Support to Fishery Sector Policy and Strategy Formulation in Pakistan”. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 33, pp. 40-41. FAO, Rome.
    55. Mwanja, W., Olok, S., Kalende, B.M., Brugere, C. and Moehl, J. (2005) Small-scale for-profit hatcheries as catalysts for aquaculture development in Eastern Uganda and as models for successful South-South co-operation. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter, No. 33, pp. 25-28. FAO, Rome.
    56. Brugere, C. and Ridler, N. (2004) Global aquaculture in the next decades: An analysis of national aquaculture production forecasts to 2030. FAO Fisheries Circular, No. 1001. FAO, Rome. [Available here].  
    57. Brugere, C., McAndrew, K. and Bulcock, P. (2000) Social impacts of cage aquaculture on communities in Bangladesh. Aquaculture Asia, 5(3): 29-33.
    58. Bulcock, P. and Brugere, C. (2000) Identifying research methods in adoption of cage culture, Bangladesh. Aquaculture News, No. 26, pp. 7-9. Institute of Aquaculture, Stirling University.
    59. Felsing, M., Brugere, C., Kusakabe, K. and Kelkar, G. (2000) Women for aquaculture or aquaculture for women? Infofish International, No. 3/2000, pp. 34-40.
    60. Brugere, C., Felsing, M., Kusakabe, K. & Kelkar, G. 1999. Women in Aquaculture: Final Report. Project FWG 03/99, Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok and Institute of Aquaculture, Stirling, 60 pp. [Available here]. 
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    Conference presentations

    1. Brugere, C., Msuya, F, Jiddawi, N., Nyonje, B. and Maly, R. Women’s empowerment through improved seaweed farming technology: The story of “Sea PoWer” in Zanzibar. Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference, Bangkok, 18-20 October 2018.
    2. Brugere, C., Clark, W. and Padmakumar, K. What motivates fish farmers’ choice for fish feed improved with non-conventional ingredients? World Aquaculture Society and European Aquaculture Society Conference, Montpellier, France, 25-29 August 2018.
    3. Brugere, C., Aguilar-Manjarrez, J., Beveridge, M. and Soto, D. The Ecosystem Approach to Aquaculture 10 years on (EAA+10): Stocktaking and way forward. World Aquaculture Society and European Aquaculture Society Conference, Montpellier, France, 25-29 August 2018.
    4. Brugere, C., and Williams, M. We R… Women in aquaculture. Overcoming women’s invisibility and gender inequalities in aquaculture. World Aquaculture Society and European Aquaculture Society Conference, Montpellier, France, 25-29 August 2018.
    5. Brugere, C., Msuya, F, Jiddawi, N., Nyonje, B. and Maly, R. Sea PoWer: Improved seaweed farming technology for livelihoods, Women’s empowerment and environmental protection. WIOMSA International Symposium, Dar es Salam, Tanzania, 30 October-02 November 2017.
    6. Brugere, C., Onuigbo, D. and Morgan, K.Ll. Farmer-based syndromic surveillance: A vision beyond the “plague of pilots”. Aquaculture 2015: Cutting edge science in aquaculture. Montpellier, France, 23-26 August 2015.
    7. De Young, C. and Brugere, C. Increasing resilience and adaptation to climate change in fisheries and aquaculture: Methodological advances for vulnerability assessments. Resilience 2014: Resilience and Development – Mobilizing for Transformation. Montpellier, France, 4-8 May 2014.
    8. Engle, C. and Brugere, C. Optimal allocation of trash/low-value fish to competing uses: an exploration. 6th World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 8-11 May 2012.
    9. Rodriguez-Valladares, C. and Brugere, C. Assessment of the potential for payments for ecosystem services and mechanisms for implementation in the case of shrimp aquaculture development in Thailand. CIVILand International Conference on Payments for Ecosystem Services and their Institutional Dimensions. Berlin, Germany, 10-12 November 2011.
    10. Schmitt, L. and Brugere, C. Incorporating ecosystem services values, preferences and trade-offs in decision-support systems: an application to coastal resources uses and management in a developing country. Ecosystem services: Integrating science and practice, 4th Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference, Wageningen, Netherlands, 4-7 October 2011. Also presented at the 6th World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, UK, 8-11 May 2012.
    11. Brugere, C. and Allison, E. Livelihood diversification in coastal and inland fishing communities: misconceptions, evidence and implications for fisheries management. FAO-GLOBEC International Symposium “Coping with Global Change in Marine Social-Ecological Systems”, Rome, Italy, 8-10 July 2008.
    12. Brugere, C.: Can integrated coastal management solve agriculture-fisheries-aquaculture conflicts at the land-water interface? A perspective from New Institutional Economics. CGIAR International Conference on “Environment and Livelihoods in Coastal Zones: Managing Agriculture-Fishery-Aquaculture Conflicts”, Bac Lieu, Vietnam, 1-3 March 2005. Invited speaker.
    13. Brugere, C.: Aquaculture for poverty alleviation: Can it also improve the position of women? World Aquaculture Society Conference, 23-27 April 2002, Beijing, China. Invited speaker.
    14. Brugere, C. and Lingard, J.: Evaluation of a livelihoods approach in assessing the introduction of poverty-focused aquaculture into a large-scale irrigation system in Tamil Nadu, India. 74th EAAE Seminar on Livelihoods and Rural Poverty: Technology, Policy and Institutions, Imperial College at Wye, UK, 12-15 September 2001. Award for best presentation.