Anastasia C.E. Quintana
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Social organization in parasitic flatworms—four additional echinostomoid trematodes have a soldier caste and one does not
AE Garcia-Vedrenne, ACE Quintana, AM DeRogatis, K Martyn, AM Kuris, ...
The Journal of Parasitology 102 (1), 11-20, 2016
Critical Commons Scholarship
A Quintana, LM Campbell
International Journal of the Commons 13 (2), 1112-1127, 2019
Political making of more-than-fishers through their involvement in ecological monitoring of protected areas
A Quintana, X Basurto, S Rodriguez Van Dyck, AH Weaver
Biodiversity and Conservation 29 (14), 3899-3923, 2020
Trematodes with a reproductive division of labour: heterophyids also have a soldier caste and early infections reveal how colonies become structured
AE Garcia-Vedrenne, ACE Quintana, AM DeRogatis, CM Dover, M Lopez, ...
International journal for parasitology 47 (1), 41-50, 2017
Positive social-ecological feedbacks in community-based conservation
ACE Quintana, A Giron-Nava, S Urmy, AN Cramer, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 652318, 2021
Trying to collapse a population for conservation: commercial trade of a marine invasive species by artisanal fishers
L Malpica-Cruz, S Fulton, A Quintana, JA Zepeda-Domínguez, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 31 (3), 667-683, 2021
Community‐based conservation strategies to end open access: The case of Fish Refuges in Mexico
ACE Quintana, X Basurto
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (1), e283, 2021
Socioeconomic dilemmas of commercial markets for invasive species: lessons from lionfish in Mexico
A Quintana, S Marcos, L Malpica-Cruz, L Tamayo, JÁ Canto Noh, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 80 (1), 31-39, 2023
Strong collective action enables valuable and sustainable fisheries for cooperatives
LG Elsler, A Quintana, A Giron-Nava, M Oostdijk, S Stefanski, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (10), 105003, 2022
A spark for collective action: Challenges and opportunities for self-governance in temporary fisher-designed Fish Refuges in Mexico
ACE Quintana
Duke University, 2020
Global Evidence that Bottom-Up but Not Co-management Improves Compliance with Commons Governance Compared to Top-Down Regulations
A Quintana, S Gaines, E Ristig, L Neilson, D Glave
RE: Conservation paradox or conservation pawns?
ACE Quintana
Unbundling and trading property rights in a fishing commons
A Quintana, X Basurto
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