Institute of Marine Science
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA 93106
|B.A.||Yale University, Southeast Asian Studies||1985|
Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and |
Atmospheric Science Marine Affairs
|Ph.D.||Texas A&M University, Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences||1993|
|1995-present||Assistant Research Scientist, Institute of Marine Sciences, UCSC|
|1998-present||Lecturer, Ocean Sciences Board, UCSC|
|1995-96||Lecturer, California State University, Monterey Bay|
|1993-95||Visiting Scientist, Workshop in Political Theory & Policy Analysis, Indiana University|
|1994||Lecturer, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University|
Research experience and interests:
Local institutions for common pool resource management; cooperative management of local fisheries; territorial use rights in fisheries (Big Sur, CA; Lake Chapala, Mexico; Quintana Roo, Mexico; Skagit System Cooperative, Washington)
Social identity and cooperation in the commons (Lake Chapala, Mexico; Skagit System Cooperative, Washington)
Marine resource conflicts and conflict resolution (Lake Chapala, Mexico; Quintana Roo, Mexico; Santa Barbara Channel, CA; Skagit System Cooperative, Washington; Southeast Asian artisanal fisheries)
Social and economic organization of fisheries; social and economic impact assessment, for fishery management, mitigation of fish contamination, and offshore oil platform decommissioning (California market squid; Mare Island Naval Shipyard and Vallejo, CA; Santa Barbara Channel, CA)
Management of coastal and marine protected areas (Miami, FL; Half Moon Caye, Belize; Big Creek, CA, coastal CA)
Honors and Awards:
|1997||Most Innovative Poster, Sanctuary Currents ‘97, Santa Cruz, CA|
|1994||Grant-in-Aid, Research and the University Graduate School, Indiana University|
|1993||Travel Research Grant, Workshop in Political Theory & Policy Analysis, Indiana University Graduate Program, Texas A&M University Enhancement Fund Grant|
|1992||Exploration Fund Grant-in-Aid, Explorers Club F.T. Griswold Scholarship, Pan American Round Tables of Texas|
|1991||SEASPACE Scholarship, Houston Underwater Club Grant-in-Aid of Research, Sigma Xi|
|1990-1991||Gamma Sigma Delta, Agriculture Honor Society|
|1989||International Enhancement Grant, Texas A&M University Regent's Fellowship, Texas A&M University|
|1987||Rosenstiel Fellowship, University of Miami|
Pomeroy, C. in press. Social considerations for marine resource management: Evidence from Big Creek Ecological Reserve. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 40.
Pomeroy, C. and J. Beck. in press. An experiment in fisheries co-management: Preliminary evidence from Big Creek. Society and Natural Resources.
Pomeroy, C. and M. FitzSimmons. 1998. Information needs for effective management of the California market squid fishery: The role of social science research. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 39:108-114.
Bailey, C., and C. Pomeroy. 1996. Resource dependency and community stability in coastal fishing communities of Southeast Asia. Society and Natural Resources 9:191-199.
Pomeroy, C. 1995. Review of Ecological Identity by Mitchell Thomashow. Journal of Political Ecology 2:47-51.