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245 0 0 a| Governance networks in marine spaces where fisheries and oil coexist
b| Tabasco, México
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520 1 _ a| Coupled Socio-Ecological Systems (SES) are frequent in the sea where several human activities coexist in acommon space, maintaining individual attributes, but also creating inherent characteristics of this spatiotemporal coupling. The governance system, which minimises conflicts through maximizing agreements, offers anopportunity to achieve a balance between sectoral agendas. Establishing effective governance is challenging inthe Southern Gulf of Mexico, where the new Energetic Reform (2013) has stressed the historically fragileequilibrium betweenfisheries and the oil industry. Through a Social Network Analysis (SNA), this work aims toidentify the governance network directly involved in the decision-making process over thefishing-oil Socio-Ecological System (FOSES) of the coast of Tabasco. The mapping of 53 key actors (classified in eight functionalgroups) shows that the cohesion between them is low compared to the number of maximum relationships thatcould be established in the network. The distribution of the actors can be appreciated in three governanceagendas. The energy agenda is ruled by the state oil company (PEMEX) and the Mexican Navy, while the social-fishing and intermediary environmental agendas are dominated by thefishing sector and the state environ-mental protection agency, respectively.
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700 1 _ a| Salazar de la Cruz, Carolina Citlali
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700 1 _ a| Zepeda Domínguez, José Alberto
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700 1 _ a| Espinoza Tenorio, Alejandro
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700 1 _ a| Ramos Muñoz, Dora Elia
c| Doctora
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t| Extractive Industries and Society
g| Volumen 7, número 2 (April 2020), páginas 676-685
x| 2214-790X
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904 _ _ a| Octubre 2020
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Governance networks in marine spaces where fisheries and oil coexist: Tabasco, México
Salazar de la Cruz, Carolina Citlali (autora)
Zepeda Domínguez, José Alberto (autor)
Espinoza Tenorio, Alejandro (autor)
Ramos Muñoz, Dora Elia (autora)
Nota: Disponible en línea
Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso
Contenido en: Extractive Industries and Society. Volumen 7, número 2 (April 2020), páginas 676-685. ISSN: 2214-790X
No. de sistema: 10960
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"Coupled Socio-Ecological Systems (SES) are frequent in the sea where several human activities coexist in acommon space, maintaining individual attributes, but also creating inherent characteristics of this spatiotemporal coupling. The governance system, which minimises conflicts through maximizing agreements, offers anopportunity to achieve a balance between sectoral agendas. Establishing effective governance is challenging inthe Southern Gulf of Mexico, where the new Energetic Reform (2013) has stressed the historically fragileequilibrium betweenfisheries and the oil industry. Through a Social Network Analysis (SNA), this work aims toidentify the governance network directly involved in the decision-making process over thefishing-oil Socio-Ecological System (FOSES) of the coast of Tabasco. The mapping of 53 key actors (classified in eight functionalgroups) shows that the cohesion between them is low compared to the number of maximum relationships thatcould be established in the network. The distribution of the actors can be appreciated in three governanceagendas. The energy agenda is ruled by the state oil company (PEMEX) and the Mexican Navy, while the social-fishing and intermediary environmental agendas are dominated by thefishing sector and the state environ-mental protection agency, respectively."


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