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  • Options for Cooperation between Commercial Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy Industries

    , Seaplan (2018)
    This paper is a compilation of potential and current best practices for addressing interactions and supporting successful cooperation between commercial fishing and offshore wind interests. It is intended, generally, to contribute to the growing knowledge base on this important topic and, specifically, to serve as a resource for discussions among industry and government parties in New England. Information for the paper was gathered from the United Kingdom—where the historically strong fishing...

    Building trust among marine protected area managers and community members through scientific research: Insights from the Ningaloo Marine Park, Australia

    Hobday, Alistair; Waples, Kelly; Kelly, Rachel; Mcdonald, Jan; Barnes, Peter; Van Putten, Ingrid; Cvitanovic, Chris; Mackay, Mary (2018)
    The success of participatory marine governance arrangements is influenced by the levels of trust that exist between decision-makers and diverse stakeholder groups within the community. While the benefits of high levels of trust among these groups is well established, specific approaches to building trust remain largely unknown. The aim of this study is to understand the extent to which scientific research programs can enhance trust among marine protected area (MPA) managers and community members ...

    Fine-scale fisheries co-management through cooperative acoustic surveys

    , Octo (2018)
    The authors describe a method of collaborative fisheries management offering both fine temporal- and spatial-scale resolution which was trialed in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands walleye pollock fishery. In this fishery, scientists, locals, and industry are highly-engaged and already involved in a co-management process set forth by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. This methodology involves fishers using off-the-shelf commercial echosounders to conduct acoustic surveys in small areas to...

    If you start it, they may not come: Why some stakeholders did not participate in a marine spatial planning process

    , Octo (2018)
    Using the recent ocean planning process in the US Northeast, this paper assesses the perspectives of stakeholders who did not participate in a marine spatial planning (MSP) process. Since it is more challenging to find and survey stakeholders who did not participate in a process than ones who did, the authors chose a smaller study area – Massachusetts Bay – to examine. They conducted a scoping survey (235 respondents) to understand respondents’ relationships with the marine environment, their...

    Measuring progress in marine protection: A new set of metrics to evaluate the strength of marine protected area networks

    Valkan, Rebecca; Roberts, Kelsey; Cook, Carly (2018)
    Marine protected areas (MPAs) have proven to be a valuable tool for both promoting the sustainable use of marine resources and long-term biodiversity conservation outcomes. Targets for marine protection under the Convention on Biological Diversity have seen rapid growth in MPAs globally, with progress judged using targets for total area protected rather than evaluating growth based on the capacity to protect biodiversity. The value of a MPA network to biodiversity conservation depends on a ra...
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