Learning to Cooperate: Joining Science and Policy for Ecosystems Governance

A Coastal Monitor/Forecast System

Conserving the Marine Resources of the Southern California Bight

Integrated Natural Resources Planning: Ecosystem Management on a Coastal Air Force Base

A Methodology for Developing a Management Program for Protected Areas: The Biosphere Reserve of the Upper California Gulf and Colorado River Delta, Mexico

Educating Industry, Government and the Public About Maintaining a Healthy Ecosystem

Out and About: Learning About Marine Sanctuaries Through Field-Based Education

Coastal Watershed Policy and Management in California: Notes on the Development of Cooperative Strategies

San Francisco Watershed Management Plans Achieving Water Quality and Balancing Multiple Uses

Organochlorines: The Silent Killer

Using Geography as a Management Tool: The National Ocean Service San Francisco Bay Project and Pacific Coast Program

A Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary, with a Focus on Wetlands Ecosystem Goals

Decommissioning of Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities: Contrasts Between Southern California and the Gulf of Mexico and Implications for Ecological Reearch

An Analysis of the Role of Ecological Science in Offshore Continental Shelf Decommissioning Policy

What Do We Really Know About Marine Biodiversity in Central California?

Ecological and Geological Impacts of Exotic Plants on Coastal Ecosystems and Processes

One Local View of the California Biodiversity Council

Climate Change and the California Current Ecosystem

Can a Multi-Species Conservation Plan Conserve 102 Species Including the Four Big River Fish at a Reasonable Cost?

Coordination of the CALFED Bay-Delta Program

 

 

 

 

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