Silva Maynard E.

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  • Technical Report
    The management of ocean and coastal resources in Colombia : an assessment
    (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1984-06) Knecht, Robert W. ; Cicin-Sain, Biliana ; Broadus, James M. ; Silva, Maynard E. ; Bowen, Robert E. ; Marcus, Henry S. ; Peterson, Susan B.
    This report summarizes the results of an 18-month study of coastal and marine resources development in Colombia. The study was a result of a request by the Direccion General Maritima y Portuaria (DIMAR) of the Colombian Navy to the Marine Policy and Ocean Management Center of WHOI and was carried out jointly with that group. Observations of the present situation and potential for four sectors are presented--fisheries and aquaculture, marine minerals and energy, marine transportation and ports, and tourism and coastal development. The coastal tourism and fisheries sectors appear to be the most promising in terms of near-term potential. Suggestions for achieving increased economic and social benefits from these sectors are provided. In addition, institutional arrangements among the ocean-related agencies in Colombia are reviewed and recommendations aimed at achieving a higher degree of policy integration are offered.
  • Technical Report
    A bibliographic listing of coastal and marine protected areas : a global survey
    (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1986-01) Silva, Maynard E. ; Gately, Ellen M. ; Desilvestre, Ingrid
    This document is the result of a survey of over 600 books, articles, technical reports and personal correspondence reviewing approximately 1,000 coastal and marine protected areas in 87 countries and, in turn, was intended to support a larger project that had been undertaken by the Marine Policy and Ocean Management Center of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in conjunction with the Government of Ecuador to consider the establishment of protected status for the marine area of the Galapagos Archipelago. To provide background for this larger project, a review of existing or proposed marine protect ed areas was initiated. This bibliographic listing is one result of this review.
  • Technical Report
    Workshop on Cooperative International Marine Affairs
    (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1982-08) Broadus, James M. ; Knecht, Robert W. ; Ross, David A. ; Shusterich, Kurt M. ; Silva, Maynard E.
    This report details the results of a workshop held at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHO!) on April 20-21, 1982. The workshop, part of an effort by the Marine Policy and Ocean Management Program (MPOM) of WHO! intended to assist interested developing countries in formulating strategies for ocean resource use and management within their new 200-rnile exclusive economic zones. The effort, presently called the Cooperative International Marine Affairs Program (CIMAP), began in November of 1981 after the William H. Donner Foundation of New York City responded favorably to a proposal submitted by Dr. David A. Ross, Director of MPOM.