|Non-Faculty Academic Position, University of California, Los Angeles|
Ocean and Coastal Studies, Fisheries, Marine Affairs
Protecting California's Coastal Communities: Four Models of Public Interest ...
Environs: UC Davis Environmental Law and Policy Journal (2007)
Californian fishing communities contribute greatly to the state’s economy, but changes in demands upon marine resources, pollution impacts, and conflicting ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Contribution to Book
Integrating Indigenous Cultural Traditions in the Management of Protected Marine ...
Sustaining Our Social and Natural Capital (2006)
Indigenous communities that rely upon natural resources for their cultural practices and livelihood depend on the health of the ecosystem ...
Unpublished Papers (8)
Implementing ‘Gifts & Gains’ – The Fiordland Guardians’ approach to marine ...
“Ecology across the Tasman” - Joint Conference of the New Zealand Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of Australia (2006)
Marine reserves - areas of the ocean environment where no extraction of marine life is allowed - are increasingly viewed ...
Should federal fisheries policy incorporate cost-recovery mechanisms for research in ...
University of Washington Sixth Undergraduate Research Symposium (2003)
Statutes governing current federal fisheries management require measures to be based upon the best scientific information available. Environmentalists, fishermen, managers, ...