Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary : Advancing the Science and Policy of Marine Protected Areas Satie Airamé

@inproceedings{Sanctuary2004ChannelIN,
  title={Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary : Advancing the Science and Policy of Marine Protected Areas Satie Airam{\'e}},
  author={Marine Sanctuary and Satie Airam{\'e}},
  year={2004}
}
A network of marine protected areas was established in the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary in April 2003. Geospatial modeling tools were used to advance the science and policy underlying the network design. Scientists used a modeling tool, SPEXAN, to develop and evaluate design options. This modeling tool was used to process a large amount of spatially explicit data and to produce a set of solutions to the complex problem of where to establish marine protected areas. Each solution… CONTINUE READING

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