St. Martin, Kevin

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  • Geography, Community Economies Collective, Cooperative Institute for the North Atlantic Region, COMPASS (Communication Partnership for Science and the Sea)
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Kevin St. Martin is an Economic Geographer with a specialization in the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He is interested in critical analyses of economic and resource management discourse. His current research focuses on the implementation and practice of new forms of marine governance such as ecosystems-based management and Marine Spatial Planning. He is particularly interested in their implications for both sustainable resource management and community-based economic development. His interest in GIS has led to an examination of the use of GIS in participatory scientific and resource management initiatives.



Papaioannou, E.A., R.L. Selden, J. Olson, B. McCay, M.L. Pinsky, and K. St. Martin. 2021. “Not All Those Who Wander are Lost – Responses of Fishers’ Communities to Shifts in the Distribution and Abundance ofFish,” Frontiers in Marine Science doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.669094.

Pinsky, M., E. Fenichel, M. Fogarty, S. Levin, B. McCay, K. St. Martin, R. Selden, T. Young. 2020. Fish and Fisheries in Hot Water: What is Happening and How do We Adapt? Population Ecology doi: 10.1002/1438-390X.12050.

Rogers, L.A., R. Griffin, T. Young, E. Fuller, K. St.Martin, M.L. Pinsky. 2019. Shifting Habitats Expose Fishing Communities to Risk Under Climate Change. Nature Climate Change 9(7), pp.512+.

Young, T., E. Fuller, M.M. Provost, K. Coleman, K. St. Martin, B. McCay, M. Pinsky. 2019. Adaptation Strategies of Coastal Fishing Communities as Species Shift Poleward. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 76(1), pp.93-103.

Dubik, B., E. Clark, T. Young, S.B. Jones Zigler, M. Provost, M. Pinsky, K. St. Martin. 2019. Governing Fisheries in the Face of Change: Social Responses to Long-term Geographic Shifts in a U.S. Fishery. Marine Policy 99: 243-251.

Campbell, L., K. St. Martin, L. Fairbanks, N. Boucquey, and S. Wise. 2020. The Portal is the Plan: Governing US Oceans in Regional Assemblages, Maritime Studies doi: 10.1007/s40152-020-00173-3.

Karnad, D. and K. St. Martin. 2020. Assembling Marine Spatial Planning in the Global South: International Agencies and the Fate of Fishing Communities in India, Maritime Studies doi: 10.1007/s40152-020-00164-4.

Boucquey, N., L. Fairbanks, K. St. Martin, L. Campbell. 2019. Ocean Data Portals: Performing a New Infrastructure for Oceans Governance. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37(3): 484-503.

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