Intensive 2-day lecture classes is scheduled at Yayoi campus (wider Hongo campus area) at Agriculture Building 7B Room 231/232. Specific schedule is as follows:
January 20, 2020 (Monday): 10:00am-18:00pm
January 21, 2020 (Tuesday): 13:00pm-18:00pm
** IMPORTANT **
By the midnight of the day **before** each class day, students are required to submit a one-page short memo via email to "email@example.com". The memo should include three things: 1) Summary (topic, data, method, finding etc) of each of the three papers below , 2) Your comments on and questions about these papers, 3) Discussion topics (things that you want to discuss related to these papers) .
These two memos together amount to 30% of the grade.
Papers for the first memo (due 11:59 pm on Jan.19):
1) Worm, Boris, et al. "Rebuilding global fisheries." Science 325.5940 (2009): 578-585.
2) Costello, C., Ovando, D., Hilborn, R., Gaines, S., Deschenes, O., & Lester, S. (2012). "Status and solutions for the world's unassessed fisheries." Science 338 (6106), 517-520.
3) Hilborn, Ray, and Daniel Ovando. "Reflections on the success of traditional fisheries management." ICES Journal of Marine Science 71.5 (2014): 1040-1046.
Papers for the second memo (due 11:59 pm on Jan. 20):
1) Hilborn, Ray. "Defining success in fisheries and conflicts in objectives." Marine Policy 31.2 (2007): 153-158.
2) Olson, Julia. "Understanding and contextualizing social impacts from the privatization of fisheries: an overview." Ocean & Coastal Management 54.5 (2011): 353-363.
3) Carothers, C. (2015). Fisheries privatization, social transitions, and well-being in Kodiak, Alaska. Marine Policy, 61, 313-322.