This study develops an operational approach to the problem of implementing marine spatial planning that is founded on community-based methods, ecological production theory, and multi-criteria decision analysis.
The goal of this project is to provide a set of resources and examples of aquatic pesticide toxicity to NOAA Trust Species and BMPs to NOAA Fisheries Service agents and private and public resource managers.
Oregon’s ocean waters are a potential source of wind, wave, and tidal energy; of interest to renewable energy entrepreneurs and to the U.S. government as it seeks to bolster energy security.
An engagement project examined the effectiveness of the visible thinking tools of concept mapping and influence diagramming to facilitate community planning for climate change through a series of workshops.
This paper describes the key components of a consensus-building activity on environmental issues; while we present one example, we describe how similar activities can be built around other environmental issues.
Researchers partner with fishermen to use auto-reporting bottom-positioned sensors for ocean research