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    • The value of harmful algal bloom predictions to the nearshore commercial shellfish fishery in the Gulf of Maine 

      Jin, Di; Hoagland, Porter (2008-05-01)
      In this study, we develop a framework for measuring the value of harmful algal bloom (HAB) predictions. The framework captures the effects of both private and public responses to HABs. Using data from the New England ...
    • Waterfront land use change and marine resource conditions : the case of New Bedford and Fairhaven, Massachusetts 

      Portman, Michelle E.; Jin, Di; Thunberg, Eric M. (2009-03)
      A major challenge in gauging long-term and cumulative impacts of fisheries management on coastal fishing communities is the lack of understanding of the interactions between changes in fish stocks and waterfront land ...
    • Why compare marine ecosystems? 

      Murawski, Steven A.; Steele, John H.; Taylor, Phillip; Fogarty, Michael J.; Sissenwine, Michael P.; Ford, Michael; Suchman, Cynthia (Oxford University Press, 2009-08-30)
      Effective marine ecosystem-based management (EBM) requires understanding the key processes and relationships controlling the aspects of biodiversity, productivity, and resilience to perturbations. Unfortunately, the scales, ...
    • Workshop on Cooperative International Marine Affairs 

      Broadus, James M.; Knecht, Robert W.; Ross, David A.; Shusterich, Kurt M.; Silva, Maynard E. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1982-08)
      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 ...