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Marine and coastal ecosystem-based risk management handbook

  title={Marine and coastal ecosystem-based risk management handbook},
  author={Amy Diedrich and Grete E. Dinesen and Julia A. Ekstrom and Clare Greathead and Lorne A. Greig and M. A. Hardy and Erik Liz{\'e}e and R. Macissac and Mary Lou Metz and Erlend Moksness and Beatriz Morales-Nin and Marc Ouellette and Rafael Sard{\`a} and David M. Scheltinga and Elizabeth R. Smith and Vanessa Stelzenm{\"u}ller and Josianne Gatt St{\o}ttrup},

Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions Improve Ecosystem Services Risk Assessment: Case Studies from Two Coastal Lagoons in South America

Paleoenvironmental reconstructions are increasingly being used in conservation biology, ecosystem management, and evaluations of ecosystem services (ES), but their potential to contribute to the ES

A risk-based approach to cumulative effect assessments for marine management.

Introducing a temporal DPSIR (tDPSIR) framework and its application to marine pollution by PET bottles

Environmental governance is highly sensitive to temporal dynamics, due to the ever-accelerating rate of technological changes, the cumulative nature of environmental impacts and the complexity of

Developing biosecurity plans for non-native species in marine dependent areas: the role of legislation, risk management and stakeholder engagement

The rapid growth of marine trade and associated activities has led to an ever-increasing number of non-native species (NNS) being transported around the globe. Once established, NNS can be further

Lagrangian Data Assimilation for Improving Model Estimates of Velocity Fields and Residual Currents in a Tidal Estuary

Numerical models are associated with uncertainties that can be reduced through data assimilation (DA). Lower costs have driven a recent tendency to use Lagrangian instruments such as drifters and

Advancing Aquatic Ecosystem-Based Management with Full Consideration of the Social-Ecological System

The approach builds on the IEA process but enhances it by explicitly considering the full social-ecological system (SES) and the creation of a generic framework for assessment of ecosystem status and management strategy evaluation.

Knowledge-based Sustainable Management for Europe's Seas

Multiple human uses of Europe's four regional seas (Baltic, Black, Mediterranean and North Sea/North East Atlantic) have caused severe environmental degradation of these resources. Changing global