Tieteiden välisen tutkimuksen mahdollisuudet ja haasteet kalavarojen hallinnassa: Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management

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Integration of natural sciences, social sciences and economics is regarded as a path towards holistic understanding, real problem solving, and more sustainable long-term management and decision making in environmental issues, and thus important. The praxis of cooperation between these disciplines was experienced in a project related to the strengthening of Baltic salmon stocks. The biological team modelled dynamics of the salmon stocks through probabilistic Bayesian belief networks. The sociologists examined commitment of fishermen to sustainable fishing using Bayesian nets. The economists developed a bioeconomic model for Baltic salmon focusing on optimal allocation of catches between commercial fishing at sea and recreational river fishing. The aim of the project was to integrate biological, sociological and economic information in an interdisciplinary Bayesian belief network, but three years was not enough to realize this. The process showed that interdisciplinary work is difficult and takes time. It asks flexible boundaries between disciplines, willingness of the researchers to permeate these boundaries, and evolving of common language. A method capable of integrating information collected by the different disciplines seems to be especially important. The project was as an experiment of potential of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management, and challenges related to it. Even though the interdisciplinary model could not be built, an interdisciplinary field was developed after three years in which the researches were able to collaborate using common concepts and methods.
Alkuperäiskielisuomi
OtsikkoYmpäristösosiologian virrat ja verkostot : toimittaneet = editors: Timo P. Karjalainen, Pentti Luoma, Kalle Reinikainen
Sivumäärä18
JulkaisupaikkaOulu
KustantajaOulun yliopisto, Thule-instituutti
Julkaisupäivä2008
Sivut97-114
ISBN (painettu)978-951-42-8892-0
TilaJulkaistu - 2008
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA3 Kirjan tai muun kokoomateoksen osa

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Haapasaari, P. (2008). Tieteiden välisen tutkimuksen mahdollisuudet ja haasteet kalavarojen hallinnassa: Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management. teoksessa Ympäristösosiologian virrat ja verkostot: toimittaneet = editors: Timo P. Karjalainen, Pentti Luoma, Kalle Reinikainen (Sivut 97-114). Oulu: Oulun yliopisto, Thule-instituutti.
Haapasaari, Päivi. / Tieteiden välisen tutkimuksen mahdollisuudet ja haasteet kalavarojen hallinnassa : Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management. Ympäristösosiologian virrat ja verkostot: toimittaneet = editors: Timo P. Karjalainen, Pentti Luoma, Kalle Reinikainen. Oulu : Oulun yliopisto, Thule-instituutti, 2008. Sivut 97-114
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Tieteiden välisen tutkimuksen mahdollisuudet ja haasteet kalavarojen hallinnassa : Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management. / Haapasaari, Päivi.

Ympäristösosiologian virrat ja verkostot: toimittaneet = editors: Timo P. Karjalainen, Pentti Luoma, Kalle Reinikainen. Oulu : Oulun yliopisto, Thule-instituutti, 2008. s. 97-114.

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Haapasaari P. Tieteiden välisen tutkimuksen mahdollisuudet ja haasteet kalavarojen hallinnassa: Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation for fisheries management. julkaisussa Ympäristösosiologian virrat ja verkostot: toimittaneet = editors: Timo P. Karjalainen, Pentti Luoma, Kalle Reinikainen. Oulu: Oulun yliopisto, Thule-instituutti. 2008. s. 97-114