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2011 RARGOM annual science meeting Oct 5th 8:30-5:00 pm

September 14, 2011

 

 

2011 RARGOM annual science meeting Oct 5th 8:30-5:00 pm

Start

Duration

 

 

(h:m)

(h:m)

AGENDA

 

8:30

0:30

REGISTRATION & COFFEE

 

9:00

0:15

WELCOME

 

9:15

0:25

Transboundary Ecosystem Based Regime Building in the Gulf Of Maine

John Duff

9:40

0:25

Developing an Integrated Ecosystem Research Program in the Gulf of Maine

Andrew, Allyn

10:05

0:25

MIMES-MIDAS – Dynamic modeling of tradeoffs to inform Marine Spatial Planning

Suchi Gopal

10:30

0:15

COFFEE & POSTERS

 

10:45

0:35

Winds of Change: Marine Spatial Planning in an era of Rapidly Shifting Baselines

Robert Steneck

11:20

0:25

Variability in a Multi-Decadal Record of Ocean Acidification in Surface Waters of the U.S. Northeast Shelf

Nathan Rebuck

11:45

0:25

A regional ocean data portal supporting coastal and marine spatial planning for the northeast United States

Ru Morrison

12:10

1:00

LUNCH & POSTERS

 

13:10

0:25

Projected changes in the spatial structure of habitats in the Northwest Atlantic for a species of concern (cusk, Brosme brosme) based upon forecasts from an ensemble of global climate models.

John Manderson

13:35

0:25

Engaging Stakeholders in Planning for Climate Change

Michelle LaRocco

14:00

0:25

Riding the Wave: Informing Tidal Energy Development Through Stakeholder Engagement

Jessica Jansujwicz and Teresa Johnson

14:25

0:15

COFFEE & POSTERS

 

14:40

0:35

The New Human Condition:  The ‘Total Ecology’ of Marine Spatial Planning

Michael Orbach

15:15

0:25

Communicating about marine issues with a lay audience

John Anderson

15:40

0:25

The Role of Marine Spatial Planning in Climate-Related Food Security

Robbin Peach

16:05

0:25

SUMMATION & ADJOURN

 

16:30

 

 

 

 

 

Poster Session

 

 

 

Abiotic drivers of benthic megafauna in the Gulf of Maine coastal shelf: A template for marine spatial planning

Jennifer A. McHenry

 

 

Coastal Marine Spatial Planning in the Context of Climate Change

Michael Johnson

 

 

High-Resolution Geologic Mapping of the Inner Continental Shelf: Cape Ann to Salisbury Beach, Massachusetts

Brian Andrews

 

 

Variation in human-driven estuarine productivity shapes rocky shore communities

Marcy Cockrell

 

 

SBNMS is interested in submitting an abstract on our proposed ecological research area.

Ben Haskell

 

 

 

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