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Author McLeod, Karen
Title Ecosystem-Based Management for the Oceans
Imprint Washington : Island Press, 2009
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Note Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Foreword: Lessons from the Ice Bear, Jane Lubchenco -- Preface: A Puget Sound Story, Anne D. Guerry -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: Setting the Stage -- Ch 1: Why Ecosystem-Based Management? Karen L. McLeod and Heather M. Leslie -- Ch. 2: What do Managers Need? Andrew A. Rosenberg and Paul A. Sandifer -- Part 2: Conceptual Basis for Ecosystem-Based Management -- Ch. 3: The Oceans as Peopled Seascapes, Janna M. Shakeroff, Elliott L. Hazen, and Larry B. Crowder -- Ch. 4: Resilience Science, Heather M. Leslie and Ann P. Kinzig -- Ch. 5: Ecological Cross-Scale Interactions, Frédéric Guichard and Garry Peterson -- Ch. 6: Valuing Ecosystem Services, Lisa A. Wainger and James W. Boyd -- Part 3: Connecting Concepts to Practice -- Ch. 7: Monitoring and Evaluation, Les Kaufman, Leah Bunce Karrer, and Charles H. Peterson -- Ch. 8: Ecosystem Service Trade-offs, Edward B. Barbier -- Ch. 9: Integrating Local and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Andrew (Anaru) Kliskey, Lilian (Naia) Alessa, and Brad Barr -- Ch. 10: Building the Legal and Institutional Framework, Janis Searles Jones and Steve Ganey -- Part 4: Marine Ecosystem-Based Management in Practice -- Ch. 11: Morro Bay, California, USA, Dean E. Wendt, Linwood Pendleton, and Don Maruska -- Ch. 12: Puget Sound, Washington, USA, Mary Ruckelshaus, Timothy Essington, and Phil Levin -- Ch. 13: Gulf of California, Mexico, Exequiel Ezcurra, Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, María de los Ángeles Carvajal, Richard Cudney-Bueno, and Jorge Torre -- Ch. 14: Eastern Scotian Shelf, Canada, Robert O'Boyle and Tana Worcester -- Ch. 15: Chesapeake Bay, USA, Donald F. Boesch and Erica B. Goldman
Ch. 16: Lessons from National-Level Implementation Across the World, Andrew A. Rosenberg, Marjorie L. Mooney-Seus, Ilse Kiessling, Charlotte B. Mogensen, Robert O'Boyle, and Jonathan Peacey -- Ch. 17: State of Practice, Karen L. McLeod and Heather M. Leslie -- Part 5: Looking Ahead -- Ch. 18: Toward a New Ethic for the Oceans, Kathleen Dean Moore and Roly Russell -- Ch. 19: Ways Forward, Karen L. McLeod and Heather M. Leslie -- About the Editors -- Contributor Biographies -- Index
Ecosystem-Based Management for the Oceans provides a conceptual framework for students and professionals who want to understand and utilize this powerful approach. And it employs case studies that draw on the experiences of EBM practitioners to demonstrate how EBM principles can be applied to real-world problems. This pioneering book provides a crucial foundation for changing the way we understand and interact with our oceans and coasts through science, management, and policy
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: McLeod, Karen Ecosystem-Based Management for the Oceans Washington : Island Press,c2009 9781597261555
Subject Marine ecosystem management
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Alt Author Leslie, Heather
Aburto, Marco (Octavio)
Peacey, Jonathan
Pendleton, Linwood
Peterson, Charles H
Peterson, Garry
Rosenberg, Andrew A
Ruckelshaus, Mary
Russell, Roly
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