Dr. Ramenzoni is an environmental anthropologist specialized in human behavioral ecology, coastal communities, and marine and coastal policies. Through a mixed methods approach, she studies how socio-ecological factors shape human adaptation, the impact of environmental uncertainty on decisions about resource use, and household nutrition in coastal environments. She has also worked on ecosystem services and indicator development.
Victoria Ramenzoni, 2021. Co-governance, Transregional Maritime Conventions, and Indigenous Customary Practices Among Subsistence Fishermen in Ende, Indonesia. Frontiers in Marine Science. DOI:10.3389/fmars.2021.668586
Smith SL, Golden AS, Ramenzoni V, Zemeckis DR, Jensen OP, 2020. Adaptation and resilience of commercial fishers in the Northeast United States during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. PLoS ONE 15(12): e0243886 .https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0243886
Ramenzoni, Victoria, Borroto, Daily, Rivero, Armando, González-Díaz, Patricia, Sánchez, Vanessa, López Castañeda, Laura, Méndez, Armando, Ramos, Idania, López, Norgis, Besonen, Mark, Yoskowitz, David, 2020. Vulnerability of Fishery-Based Livelihoods to Extreme Events: Local Perceptions of Damages from Hurricane Irma and Tropical Storm Alberto in Yaguajay, Central Cuba. Coastal Management. 48. 1-24. 10.1080/08920753.2020.1802198.
Ramenzoni, Victoria, Besonen, Mark, Yoskowitz, David, Sánchez, Vanessa, Rivero, Armando, González-Díaz, Patricia, Méndez, Armando, Borroto, Daily, Ramos, Idania, López, Norgis, Mckinney, Larry, 2020. Transnational research for coastal wetlands conservation in a Cuba–US setting. Global Sustainability. 3. 10.1017/sus.2020.14.
Kopp, Robert, Gilmore, Elisabeth, Little, Christopher, Lorenzo-Trueba, Jorge, Ramenzoni, Victoria, Sweet, William, 2020. USABLE SCIENCE FOR MANAGING THE RISKS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE. 10.1130/abs/2020AM-350856.
Ferro-Azcona, Hakna, Espinoza Tenorio, Alejandro, Calderón-Contreras, Rafael, Ramenzoni, Victoria, Las, Maria, País, Gómez, Mesa-Jurado, Maria, 2019. Adaptive capacity and social-ecological resilience of coastal areas: A systematic review. Ocean, Coastal Management. 173. 36-51.