Welcome to the Marine Social Sciences Network blog!

Would you like an opportunity to introduce new readers to your work and build up your profile? We’re always looking for guest bloggers for the MarSocSci blog. Share your research or opinion and reach out to the whole MarSocSci community.

Interested? Please send 600-800 words plus a 100-word biography to [email protected]. Include 2 or 3 in-text photos plus an author photo to accompany the biography – and don’t forget to provide photo credits.

Your blog post will be posted here on the MarSocSci website, be included in our newsletter and be promoted on our Twitter feed. We’re looking forward to reading and sharing them!


Explore the blogs from #TeamMarSocSci below!


Can a VR experience make you care about the ocean?

Lux Alma – To The Sea


Building and repairing trust at the marine science-policy interface


Podcasting: scholarship, method, and storytelling in the age of digital and distance research


Exploring participation pathways in marine community science


Change begets change: Using Theory of Change for improved post-2020 conservation


Five organizational features that enable successful interdisciplinary marine research


Managing environmental disasters: The people and the science


Lobsters: a case study in community management


Knowledge exchange at the marine science-policy interface can work


Have you ever gazed at the land from the Sea? 


Crossing disciplinary boundaries: motivations, challenges and enabler for early career marine researchers moving from natural to social sciences.


Constructing Identity in Marine Tourism Diversification


Empowering People to Adapt to Climate Change in the Fisheries Sector in Bangladesh, Tanzania, and the United States.