Carrie Pomeroy

carrie pomeroy
University Affiliation: UC Santa Cruz
Outside Researcher / cpomeroy@ucsc.edu / (831) 359-6670

Caroline (Carrie) Pomeroy, PhD, is a social scientist based at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who previously serve as a California Sea Grant Extension Specialist. Her work focuses on the human dimensions – the social, cultural and economic aspects – of California fisheries, broader marine social-ecological systems, and associated governance. Her work is aimed at identifying research-based solutions to opportunities and challenges facing fisheries and fishing communities in particular and the broader range of ocean users more generally. Pomeroy earned her PhD from Texas A&M University, master’s degree from the University of Miami, and bachelor’s degree from Yale University.

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Selected Publications

Pomeroy C, Georgilas N, Aseltine-Neilson D, & Bartling R. 2018. Socioeconomic Guidance for the California Marine Life Management Act Amended Master Plan. Prepared under contract for the California Ocean Protection Council and the Resources Legacy Fund: 119p. View PDF.

Aguilera SE, Broad K, & Pomeroy C. 2018. Adaptive Capacity of the Monterey Bay Wetfish Fisheries: Proactive Responses to the 2015–16 El Niño Event. Society & Natural Resources, 1338-1357. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1471176

Chavez FP, Chavez FP, Costello C, Aseltine-Neilson D, Doremus H, Field JC, Gaines SD, Hall-Arber M, Mantua NJ, McCovey B, Pomeroy C, Sievanen L, Sydeman W, & Wheeler SA et al. 2017. Readying California Fisheries for Climate Change. Oakland, CA, California Ocean Science Trust: 70p.  View PDF

Helvey M, Pomeroy C, Pradhan, NC, Squires D, Stohs S. 2017. Can the United States have its fish and eat it too? Marine Policy, 75, 62-67. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2016.10.013  [Open Access Version]

Pomeroy C, Galligan M, Reilly P, & Culver C. 2016. Collaborative Fisheries Research to Build Socioeconomic Essential Fishery Information: A Test Case. Report to Collaborative Fisheries Research West, California Ocean Protection Council: 99p. View PDF

Pomeroy C, Hall-Arber M, & Conway F. 2015. Power and perspective: Fisheries and the ocean commons beset by demands of development. Marine Policy, 61, 339-346. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2014.11.016

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

 

Caroline (Carrie) Pomeroy, PhD, is a social scientist based at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who previously serve as a California Sea Grant Extension Specialist. Her work focuses on the human dimensions – the social, cultural and economic aspects – of California fisheries, broader marine social-ecological systems, and associated governance. Her work is aimed at identifying research-based solutions to opportunities and challenges facing fisheries and fishing communities in particular and the broader range of ocean users more generally. Pomeroy earned her PhD from Texas A&M University, master’s degree from the University of Miami, and bachelor’s degree from Yale University.

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Selected Publications

Pomeroy C, Georgilas N, Aseltine-Neilson D, & Bartling R. 2018. Socioeconomic Guidance for the California Marine Life Management Act Amended Master Plan. Prepared under contract for the California Ocean Protection Council and the Resources Legacy Fund: 119p. View PDF.

Aguilera SE, Broad K, & Pomeroy C. 2018. Adaptive Capacity of the Monterey Bay Wetfish Fisheries: Proactive Responses to the 2015–16 El Niño Event. Society & Natural Resources, 1338-1357. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1471176

Chavez FP, Chavez FP, Costello C, Aseltine-Neilson D, Doremus H, Field JC, Gaines SD, Hall-Arber M, Mantua NJ, McCovey B, Pomeroy C, Sievanen L, Sydeman W, & Wheeler SA et al. 2017. Readying California Fisheries for Climate Change. Oakland, CA, California Ocean Science Trust: 70p.  View PDF

Helvey M, Pomeroy C, Pradhan, NC, Squires D, Stohs S. 2017. Can the United States have its fish and eat it too? Marine Policy, 75, 62-67. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2016.10.013  [Open Access Version]

Pomeroy C, Galligan M, Reilly P, & Culver C. 2016. Collaborative Fisheries Research to Build Socioeconomic Essential Fishery Information: A Test Case. Report to Collaborative Fisheries Research West, California Ocean Protection Council: 99p. View PDF

Pomeroy C, Hall-Arber M, & Conway F. 2015. Power and perspective: Fisheries and the ocean commons beset by demands of development. Marine Policy, 61, 339-346. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2014.11.016

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

 

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