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REPICORE project combines social and natural sciences for an integrated assessment to achieve a more holistic understanding of coupled social-ecological systems.
The overall aim is an improved understanding of social-ecological feedbacks that erode or strengthen resilience. REPICORE brings together leading international experts on social-ecological resilience assessment, and links up with institutions in the Pacific Islands. Read more…
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    • REPICORE documentary

      REPICORE documentary

      During the final field visit of the REPICORE team, photographer Tom Vierus accompanied us to create this short documentary film on the project. Have a look to learn more about …Read More »
    • Third REPICORE PhD student successfully defends his thesis

      Third REPICORE PhD student successfully defends his thesis

      On Monday, 10 September 2018, Akuila Cakacaka successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Livelihood Vulnerability of Coastal Communities in Fiji and Solomon Islands to Changes in Reef Resource Availability and …Read More »
    • Documenting the REPICORE feedback trip

      Documenting the REPICORE feedback trip

      During the recent feedback trip of the REPICORE team, we were accompanied by photographer Tom Vierus, who was documenting our travels and meetings. Tom will use his beautiful imagery and …Read More »
    • Project feedback in Papua New Guinea

      Project feedback in Papua New Guinea

      After several months of the team sitting in Germany analysing data and writing up our scientific publications and theses, it was finally time to bring back our findings to various …Read More »
    • Back to where results belong

      Back to where results belong

      By Natalie Prinz. After having the opportunity to present at the Indo-Pacific Fish Conference on the island of Tahiti early in October, thanks to a grant by the CRIOBE, I …Read More »
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    REPICORE topics

    Benthic communities


    Coral reef benthic community function and dynamics

    Coastal livelihoods


    Marine resource use and coastal livelihood vulnerability

    Fish communities


    Fish community composition and fish-habitat associations

    Marine governance


    Linking local and regional approaches to marine governance

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