The Potential of Marine Reserves to Enhance Fisheries

Marine Protected Areas and the Red Urchin Fishery

In Search of a Sea Urchin Fishery Management Framework: The Case of California Red Sea Urchin (RSU) Fishery Development, 1985-1996

An Analysis of the Importance of Allee Effects in Management of Red Sea Urchins: Differences Between Oregon/Washington and Southern California

Influence of Local Productivity and Recruitment Patterns on Design of Reserves, the California Red Sea Urchin Population as an Example

A Proposed Method for Red Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus) Resource Assessment in California

The Role of Divers' Associations in the Development and Stewardship of the California Sea Urchin Fishery

Learning to Cooperate: Joining Science and Policy for Ecosystems Governance

A Systems Approach to Enhancing Resource Utilization in the Coastal Zone

Scientific Data in Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Decisions: Pity the Poor Scientist

Littoral Cell Management Planning Along the Oregon Coast

Changing Wave Climate and Littoral Drift Along the California Coast

Oil Spill Prevention and Response: Partnerships Make It Happen

Joint Agency Cooperation to Ensure Safety and Protection of the Environment Through Pipeline Inspections

Pollution Impacts to Ocean and Coastal Resources: The Complex Process of Assessment and Restoration

Impact of Oil Spills on Commercial Fisheries: Lessons of Alaska for California

Local Governments on the Edge: Planning for their Ocean Interface

Adopt-A-Beach: A Model for Marine Debris Education

Coastal Process Cyclicity

Fight Against Erosion of the Caucasus Coast





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