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%A Marco, Ortiz
%A Richard, Levins
%D 2017
%T Eco-social Model 3 for Management and Exploitation Areas for Benthic Resources (MAEBRs), Open Access Areas (OAAs), and sustainable scenario (SS).
%U https://plos.figshare.com/articles/Eco-social_Model_3_for_Management_and_Exploitation_Areas_for_Benthic_Resources_MAEBRs_Open_Access_Areas_OAAs_and_sustainable_scenario_SS_/4952834
%R 10.1371/journal.pone.0176163.g004
%2 https://plos.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/8331413
%K fishery function
%K OAA
%K Benthic Resources
%K seaweed harvest
%K central-northern Chile
%K Exploitation Areas
%K intervention
%K ecosystem health
%K demand changes
%K regime
%K fishing dynamics
%K MAEBR
%K sustainability
%K market demand
%K artisanal fisheries
%K Open Access Areas
%K eco-social models
%K network analysis
%K stability
%K GFF
%K self-negative feedback
%X *D* = demand, *F* = fishers, *X* = macroalgae, *Y* = herbivores, and p(λ) = characteristic polynomial. The community (Jacob-Levins) matrix with the semi-quantitative effect of *j* variable to *i* variable and the Hessian matrix are shown. The local stability measures of Routh-Hurwitz and Levins (*Fn*) criteria for MEABRs, OAAs and sustainable scenarios are also summarized. First criterion (1°C) describes stability condition of the system, the second criterion (2°C) determine asymptotic or oscillation condition. The *Fn* is defined by holistic sustainability [25].The assumptions included were changes in the self-dynamic (damped ‘-‘ [small circle] and/or enhanced ‘+’ [small arrow]) for fishers, macroalgae and herbivores.