Dynamic ocean management : De fi ning and conceptualizing real-time management of the ocean

@inproceedings{Maxwell2015DynamicOM,
  title={Dynamic ocean management : De fi ning and conceptualizing real-time management of the ocean},
  author={Sara M Maxwell and Elliott L Hazen and Rebecca L Lewison and Daniel C. Dunn and David H. Bailey and Steven J. Bograd and Dana K Briscoe and Sabrina Fossette and Alistair J Hobday and Meredith Bennett and Scott Benson and Margaret R. Caldwell and Daniel P Costa and Heidi Dewar and Tomo Eguchi and Lucie J. Hazen and Suzanne Kohin and Tim Sippel and Larry B. Crowder},
  year={2015}
}
Most spatial marine management techniques (e.g., marine protected areas) draw stationary boundaries around often mobile marine features, animals, or resource users. While these approaches can work for relatively stationary marine resources, to be most effective marine management must be as fluid in space and time as the resources and users we aim to manage. Instead, a shift towards dynamic ocean management is suggested, defined as management that rapidly changes in space and time in response to… CONTINUE READING

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