THE SEA: IDEAS AND OBSERVATIONS ON PROGRESS IN THE STUDY OF THE SEAS
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The Sea, Volume 16: Marine Ecosystem-Based Management

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$189.50 • £151.95 • €170.50

ISBN 9780674072701

Publication Date: 02/25/2014

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568 pages

7 x 10 inches

26 color illustrations, 65 halftones, 11 line illustrations, 13 tables

The Sea: Ideas and Observations on Progress in the Study of the Seas

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  • Preface [James J. McCarthy, Michael J. Fogarty, and Kenneth H. Brink]
  • Contributors
  • Editorial Advisory Panel and External Reviewers
  • 1. An Overview of Marine Ecosystem-Based Management [Michael J. Fogarty and James J. McCarthy]
    • Introduction
    • Ecosystem Services, Threats and Impacts
    • The Architecture of Marine Ecosystem-Based Management
    • The Architecture of This Volume
    • References
  • 2. Lessons from Historical Ecology and Management [Heike K. Lotze, Richard C. Hoffmann, and Jon M. Erlandson]
    • Introduction
    • Marine Resource Use and Management through Time
    • Common Patterns in Resource Depletion and Management
    • What Has and Hasn’t Worked in the Past
    • History of Managing Other Human Impacts
    • Ecosystem Consequences
    • Lessons Learned
    • References
  • 3. Human Dimensions in Marine Ecosystem-Based Management [Anthony Charles]
    • Introduction
    • A Typology of Human Dimensions
    • Perspectives on Human Dimensions in Marine EBM
    • Inducing, Influencing, and Supporting Marine EBM
    • Human Dimensions of Marine EBM Across Scales
    • Knowledge Needs for Marine EBM
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • 4. Regulatory and Governance Frameworks [Kevern Cochrane, Gabriella Bianchi, Warrick Fletcher, David Fluharty, Robin Mahon, and Ole Arve Misund]
    • Introduction
    • The Global Legal Framework for EBM
    • Institutional Implications of Scaling-up from Sectoral Management to EBM
    • Progress in implementation
    • EBM in Practice: Five Case Studies
    • Discussion
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • 5. Modeling Approaches for Marine Ecosystem-Based Management [Elizabeth A. Fulton and Jason S. Link]
    • Introduction
    • Approaches to Facilitate Decision Support for Marine EBM
    • The Value of Models
    • Management Strategy Evaluation
    • Modeling Approaches
    • Discussion
    • References
    • Appendix
  • 6. Integrated Ecosystem Assessments and Ecosystem-Based Management: A Socio-Ecological Perspective [Mark L. Plummer and Phillip S. Levin]
    • Introduction
    • IEAs in Principle
    • Incorporating Human Dimensions into IEAs
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • 7. Marine Spatial Planning [Jake Rice, Sue Kidd, and Anthony D. M. Smith]
    • Definition
    • Key Characteristics of MSP
    • How Does the Process Work?
    • What Does the Product Look Like?
    • What Is the Relevance of MSP to EBM?
    • Challenges and Benefits
    • References
    • Appendix A
    • Appendix B
  • 8. Marine Ecosystem Services: A Framework and Practical Set of Tools for Ecosystem-Based Management [Anne D. Guerry and Heather Tallis]
    • Introduction
    • Methodological Issues and Challenges
    • Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services into Decisions
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • 9. An Ecosystem Accounting Framework for Marine Ecosystem-Based Management [Irit Altman, Roel Boumans, Joe Roman, Suchi Gopal, and Les Kaufman]
    • Introduction
    • Ecosystem Accounting
    • Case Study: Massachusetts Bay
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • 10. Ecosystem-Based Management in High Latitude Ecosystems [Sarah Gaichas, Christian Reiss, and Mariano Koen-Alonso]
    • Introduction
    • High Latitude Marine Ecosystems—What Makes Them Distinctive?
    • EBM in Four High Latitude Ecosystems
    • Conclusions: EBM in High Latitude Seas
    • References
  • 11. Marine Ecosystem-Based Management in Temperate Systems [Jameal F. Samhouri, Suam Kim, Chang-Ik Zhang, and Michael J. Fogarty]
    • Introduction
    • Ecosystem Services, Threats, and Impacts
    • EBM in Action: Similar Principles—Variable Implementation
    • Science to Support Ecosystem-Based Management
    • Discussion
    • References
  • 12. Ecosystem-Based Management of Coral Reefs and Interconnected Nearshore Tropical Habitats [Jacob P. Kritzer, Christina C. Hicks, Bruce D. Mapstone, Fabian Pina-Amargós, and Peter F. Sale]
    • Introduction
    • Ecological Overview
    • Ecosystem Services
    • Threats and Impacts
    • Context and Approaches for Ecosystem-Based Management of Coral Reefs
    • Case Studies
    • Summary and Conclusions
    • References
  • 13. Open Ocean Systems [Jeffrey J. Polovina, Alistair J. Hobday, J. Anthony Koslow, and Vincent S. Saba]
    • Introduction
    • Geography, Oceanography, Ecosystem, and Management Jurisdictions
    • Ecosystem Services
    • Threats and Impacts
    • Ecosystems Approaches to Management
    • Seamount Ecosystems
    • Future Directions for Ecosystem Approaches for Open Oceans
    • References
  • 14. EBM in Highly Impacted Coasts and Estuaries [Edward Houde, Andrew Kenny, and Shijie Zhou]
    • Introduction
    • Background
    • Provisioning Services
    • Threats and Challenges
    • EBM in Action
    • Key Findings and Conclusions
    • References
  • 15. Marine Ecosystem-Based Management: Past, Present, and the Future [Michael J. Fogarty and James J. McCarthy]
    • Introduction
    • Ecosystem Services in Time and Space
    • Future Threats to Ecosystem Service
    • Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
    • Managing Complexity
    • Conclusions
    • References
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations
  • Index

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