Jennifer G. Cooke

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The risks and benefits associated with a given fishery-management measure, such as choice of a total allowable catch (TAC), depend on how future measures are to be chosen. It is therefore more appropriate to assess the risks and benefits of procedures or algorithms for determining management actions rather than those of single actions. The properties of a(More)
A. Wetlands-a definition 1 B. The need for this document 1 1. Increased interest in the use of wetlands for disposal of wastewaters 2 2. Prediction of future pressures on wetlands 2 3. Review of resource statutes 3 4. Promotion of constructed wetlands 3 5. Conflict with conservation? 4 C. Who should read this report and how is it structured? 5 II.(More)
At a time of new global opportunities and challenges, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) provides strategic insights and bipartisan policy solutions to decisionmakers in government, international institutions, the private sector, and civil society. A bipartisan, nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., CSIS conducts(More)
The overwhelming importance of diffuse sources as a determinant of receiving water quality has been recognised for over 30 years. Significant research and development on techniques for reducing inputs in the riparian zone has resulted in numerous guideline documents being produced. Yet despite this research effort, and the apparently successful transfer of(More)
THIS is a short discourse of an historical nature on the search for Truth, or, as we more conveniently term it, Research, a comprehensive word not to be used in a narrow sense, but as defined in the dictioniary: "A diligent inquiry or examination in seeking facts or principles, continued search after Truth." I have said that my discourse will be of an(More)
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