This article looks at the potential links between three common management strategies and potential mechanisms of resilience for marine populations and ecosystems, and provides guidance for future research.
This case study finds a need to transform short-term regional ocean condition forecast information into useful data products for a range of end users, considering their perceptions of uncertainty and risk associated with these forecasts.
This study provides insight on ways to effectively communicate policy-relevant information about the deep sea to an audience that has little to no prior knowledge of the ecosystem, yet who will be responsible for making use decisions of this habitat.
Scientists’ new research into ocean acidification and hypoxia revealed expression of OAH as coupled environmental stressors, their temporal and spatial variability, and impacts on species, ecological communities, and fisheries.
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