Marine ecosystem‐based management: from characterization to implementation

@inproceedings{Arkema2006MarineEM,
  title={Marine ecosystem‐based management: from characterization to implementation},
  author={Katie K Arkema and Sarah Abramson and Bryan M. Dewsbury},
  year={2006}
}
Over the past decade, policy makers, management agencies, and academic scientists have shown increasing interest in ecosystem-based management (EBM). Yet, the extent that EBM principles, deemed important by scientists, are adopted by managers is still uncertain. Here, we review scientific definitions of EBM and management plans for eight marine and coastal ecosystems to determine if management agencies and academics are approaching EBM in a similar manner. Although the scientific literature… CONTINUE READING

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