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Publications

  • Quimby, B. and A. Levine. 2021. Adaptive capacity of marine comanagement: a comparative analysis of the influence of colonial legacies and integrated traditional governance on outcomes in the Pacific. Regional Environmental Change 21: 1-14.

  • Dundas, S., A. Levine, R. Lewison, A. Doerr, C. White, A. Galloway, C. Garza and E. Hazen. 2020. Integrating oceans into climate policy: Any green new deal needs a splash of blue. Conservation Letters 13.

  • Arroyo, M., A. Levine, L. Brenner, C. Leyva and I. Espejel. 2020. Indicators to measure pressure, state, impact and responses of surf breaks: The case of Bahía de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve. Ocean and Coastal Management 194: 105252.

  • Levine, A. 2020. Sunscreen use and awareness of chemical toxicity among beach goers in Hawaii prior to a ban on the sale of sunscreens containing ingredients found to be toxic to coral reef ecosystems. Marine Policy 117: 103875.

  • Friedman, W., B. Halpern, E. McLeod, M. Beck, C. Duarte, C. Kappel, A. Levine, R. Sluka, S. Adler, C. O'Hara and E. Sterling. 2020. Research priorities for achieving healthy marine ecosystems and human communities in a changing climate. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 5.

  • Levine, A., S. Jones and N. Jiddawi. 2019. Effective co-management and long-term reef fish recovery from severe coral bleaching: Insights from Misali Island, PECCA, Tanzania. Ocean and Coastal Management 178: 104843.

  • Arroyo, M., A. Levine and I. Espejel. 2019. A transdisciplinary framework proposal for surf break conservation and management: Bahía de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve. Ocean and Coastal Management 168: 197-211.

  • Hunter, C., M. Lauer and A. Levine. 2018. Maneuvering towards adaptive co-management in a coral reef fishery. Marine Policy 98: 77-84.

  • Quimby, B. and A. Levine. 2018. Participation, power, and equity: examining three key social dimensions of fisheries comanagement. Sustainability 10: 3324.

  • Chase, S. and A. Levine. 2018. Citizen Science: Exploring the Potential of Natural Resource Monitoring Programs to Influence Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors. Conservation Letters.

  • Charnley, S., C. Carothers, T. Satterfield, A. Levine, M. Poe and K. Norman. 2017. Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making. Environmental Science & Policy 73: 80-88.

  • Breslow, S., B. Sojka, R. Barnea, X. Basurto, C. Carothers, S. Charnley, S. Coulthard, N. Dolsak, J. Donatuto, C. Hicks and A. Levine. 2016. S., Dolšak, N., Donatuto, J., García-Quijano, C. and Hicks, C.C.,Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management. Environmental Science and Policy 66: 250-259.

  • Raynal, J., A. Levine and M. Comeros-Ranal. 2016. American Samoa’s marine protected area system: institutions, governance, and scale. Journal of Interanational Wildlife Law and Policy.

  • Breslow, S., B. Sojka, R. Barnea, X. Basurto, C. Carothers, S. Charnley, S. Coulthard, N. Dolsak, J. Donaturto, C. Garcia-Quijano, C. Hicks, A. Levine, M. Mascia, K. Norman, M. Poe, T. Satterfield, K. St. Martin and P. Levin. 2016. Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management. Environmental Science and Policy.

  • Levine, A. 2016. The development and unraveling of marine resource co-management in the Pemba Channel, Zanzibar: institutions, governance, and the politics of scale. Regional Environmental Change 16: 1279-1291.

  • Hicks, C., A. Levine, A. Agrawal, X. Basurto, S. Breslow, C. Carothers, S. Charnley, S. Coulthard, N. Dolsak, C. Garcia-Quijano, M. Mascia, K. Norman, M. Poe, T. Satterfield, K. St. Martin and P. Levin. 2016. Engage Key Social Concepts for Sustainability. Science 352: 38-40.

  • Heenan, A., K. Gorospe, I. Williams, A. Levine, P. Maurin, M. Nadon, T. Oliver, J. Rooney, M. Timmers and R. Brainard. 2016. Ecosystem monitoring for ecosystem-based management: using a polycentric approach to balance information trade-offs. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 699-704.

  • Chase, S. and A. Levine. 2016. A framework for evaluating and designing citizen science programs for natural resources monitoring. Conservation Biology 30: 456-466.

  • Levine, A. and L. Richmond. 2015. Using common-pool resource design principles to assess the viabilityo f community-based fisheries co-management systems in American Samoa and Hawai'i. Marine Policy 62: 9-17.

  • Levine, A., L. Richmond and D.L. Carr. 2015. Marine resource management: Culture, livelihoods, and governance. Applied Geography 59: 56-59.

  • Levine, A. and C.L. Feinholz. 2015. Participatory GIS to inform coral reef ecosystem management: Mapping human coastal and ocean uses in Hawaii. Applied Geography 59: 60-69.

  • Rossiter, J.S. and A. Levine. 2014. What makes a “successful” MPA? The unique context of Hawaii’s Fish Replenishment Areas. Marine Policy 44: 196-203.

  • Levine, A. and L. Richmond. 2014. Examining Enabling Conditions for Community-based Fisheries Co-management: Comparing Efforts in Hawaii and American Samoa. Ecology and Society 19: 24.

  • Levine, A. and F. Sauafea-Leau. 2013. Traditional knowledge of marine use and management in American Samoa: Documenting changes over time through interviews with elder fishers. Pacific Science 67.

  • Richmond, Laurie and A. Levine. 2012. Institutional analysis of community-based marine resource management initiatives in Hawaii and American Samo. Technical Report No. NOAA-TM-NMFS-PIFSC-35. NOAA, . 48 p. + Appendices pp.

  • Armstrong, Karen, D. Herdrich and A. Levine. 2010. Historic fishing methods in American Samoa. Technical Report No. NOAA-TM-NMFS-PIFSC-23. NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, . 70 pp.

  • Wandesforde-Smith, G., N.S. Watts and A. Levine. 2010. Wildlife Conservation and Protected Areas: Darwin, Marx, and Modern Science in the Search for Patterns that Connect. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 13: 357-374.

  • Levine, Arielle and S. Allen. 2009. American Samoa as a Fishing Community. Technical Report No. NOAA-TM-NMFS-PIFSC-19. NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, .

  • Levine, A. 2007. Staying Afloat: State Agencies, Local Communities, and International Involvement in Marine Protected Areas in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Conservation and Society 5: 562-585.

  • Levine, A. and G. Wandesforde-Smith. 2004. Wildlife, Markets, States, and Communities in Africa: Looking Beyond the Invisible Hand. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 7: 135-142.

  • Levine, A. 2004. Local Responses to Marine Conservation in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 7: 183-202.

  • Levine, A. 2002. Convergence or Convenience: International Development NGOs and Conservation Assistance in Tanzania. World Development 30: 1043-1055.

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Educational Background

  • 2006 – Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (Environmental Science, Policy, and Management)

  • 1995 – B.A., Princeton University (Geological and Geophysical Sciences)

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