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194 Publications


  • Predictors of local support for a seawater desalination plant in a small coastal community

    Seawater desalination is increasingly being pursued to address freshwater shortages. In California, multiple coastal seawater desalination facilities have been proposed to diversify water portfolios and to increase reliability of water supply. This paper explores local residents support for a newly constructed desalination plant in Carlsbad, a small coastal community in Southern California. The plant is the first high-capacity desalination facility in California and started operation in Decem...

    Stakeholder Participation in Massachusetts Ocean Management Planning: Observations on the Plan Development Stage

    , Seaplan (2018)
    The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) expended considerable effort in outreach to the general public and ocean-use stakeholder groups over a 12-month period from June 2008 through May 2009. These efforts provided numerous opportunities for stakeholder participation during the initial, formative stage of the Massachusetts ocean management planning process. This report lists the primary stakeholder involvement vehicles used and the overarching themes that ...

    Fully protected MPAs can reduce patchiness of target species

    , Octo (2018)
    The low β-diversity of unprotected MPAs likely reduces their ecological connectivity: small patches of fish are less likely to flow from one MPA to the next. Thus, there is less resilience associated with these unprotected MPAs. The authors illustrate yet again that fully protected MPAs provide the most ecological benefits.

    Examining the ‘cultural sustainability’ of two different ways of governing fishing practices

    Gustavsson, Madeleine (2018)
    Research has suggested there is a need for an increased attention to the socio-cultural lifeworlds of fishers and fisheries and its importance for fisheries management. An emerging response to this call has been to examine the social and cultural contexts of ‘good fishing’ – an idea which, drawing on the work of Pierre Bourdieu, has sought to move the discussion beyond simply the economic aspects of fishing to also understand the importance of other forms of capital. Utilising these concepts ...

    Developing a Framework for Compensatory Mitigation Associated with Ocean Use Impacts on Commercial Fisheries

    , Seaplan (2018)
    This report reviews approaches for compensatory mitigation of economic impacts on commercial fisheries, and proposes alternatives.
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