TCS23: The Coastal Society's 23rd International Conference
June 3 - 6, 2012, Hyatt Regency Miami, Florida, USA
 
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Concurrent Session Schedule

Three days of concurrent sessions will present the latest research and tools regarding ocean and coastal issues and provide opportunities to discuss innovative solutions that can be undertaken by local communities, states, regions and industries. The concurrent sessions will be grouped into five sub-themes:

  • Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

  • Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

  • Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

  • A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

  • Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

 

Click here for TCS23 Concurrent Sessions Schedule - pdf version 5/30/12

 

 

The Concurrent Session Schedule below provides links to each of the session abstracts. Click on the title of the presentation or panel discussion to read the abstract provided by the speaker(s).

 

On Tuesday afternoon three concurrent sessions will be extended to three-hour presentations to allow adequate time for discussion and to provide complete information and case studies. These sessions will run from 3:30 to 6:30 PM. Descriptions of the extended session are here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 4, 2012, Concurrent Session I, 1:30-3:00 pm

Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Coastal Resources Careers

Presentation1
1:30-1:50pm

CONNECTING THE DOTS IN THE COASTAL OCEAN WITH COMPREHENSIVE ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT Melissa M. Foley, Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University

RISK COMMUNICATION AND COASTAL CLIMATE CHANGE

Kirsten Winters, Oregon Sea Grant

Joseph Cone, Oregon Sea Grant

Stuart Carlton, Florida Sea Grant

Patrick Corcoran, Oregon Sea Grant

Kristen Grant, Maine Sea Grant

panel discussion

IMPLEMENTING A HAZARD RESILIENCE TOOL; THE COASTAL COMMUNITY RESILIENCE INDEX
Jody Thompson, Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center

PROBLEM SOLVE-ING: UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL VALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES (SOLVES) FOR BETTER COASTAL MANAGEMENT

Susan Lovelace, NOAA

Alisa Coffin, USGS Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center

Zachary Cole, Parks & Tourism Department, University of Florida

Jarrod Loerzel, College of Charleston

Carena J. van Riper, Texas A & M University and the Fishing and Fisheries Research Centre at James Cook University

Darius Semmens & Ben Sherrouse, USGS Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center

panel discussion

LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT SHARING OCEAN SPACE AND PLACE FOR THE COMMON GOOD
Flaxen Conway, Oregon State University/Oregon Sea Grant
COASTAL AND MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING EFFORTS: THE TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN STATUTORY AND ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY
John A. Duff, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Conversations about careers for students and early career professionals

panel discussion

Presentation2
1:50-2:10pm

BALANCED GROWTH AS A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
Joe Lucente,
Ohio State University Extension

The CRI-SC, COMMUNITY RESOURCE INVENTORY ONLINE: A MAPPING RESOURCE FOR SOUTH CAROLINA COMMUNITIES.
Samantha M. Bruce,
S.C. Sea Grant Extension Program

TWEET-FACE; USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO IMPROVE OCEAN STEWARDSHIP
Ellen Gordon
Coastal America

40 YEARS OF CZMA: IS IT TIME TO INTEGRATE MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING WITH WASHINGTON STATE’S PROGRAM?
Rebekah R. Padgett, Washington State Department of Ecology
Presentation3
2:10-2:30pm
MARACOOS INTO THE 21ST CENTURY: MOVING FROM OBSERVING TO FORECASTING IN ORDER TO SAVE LIVES, PROTECT LIVLIHOODS, AND BOOST THE ECONOMY IN THE MID-ATLANTIC
Gerhard F. Kuska, MARACOOS
MAPPING THE FUTURE OF COASTAL AND OCEAN OBSERVING IN THE SOUTHEAST
Debra Hernandez

BAHAMIANS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE POLICIES AND ATTITUDES DRIVING COASTAL DEVELOPMENT
Rhianna Neely, School of the Environment

THE NEW OCEAN ORDER: WHAT’S LAW GOT TO DO WITH IT?
Susan E. Farady, Marine Affairs Institute, Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program
Presentation4
2:30-2:50pm

ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF BEACH RENOURISHMENT PROJECTS IN THE MID-ATLANTIC
Lou Nadeau,
Eastern Research Group, Inc.

ASSESSING FLOODING ADAPTATION NEEDS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, S.C.
April L. Turner, S.C. Sea Grant Consortium

WHERE DID MY COASTAL PROPERTY GO: PROVIDING INFORMATINO TO POTENTIAL PURCHASERS OF COASTAL PROPERTY
Thomas Ruppert, Florida Sea Grant

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Monday, June 4, 2012, Concurrent Session II, 3:30-5:30 pm

Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Coastal Resources Careers

Presentation1
3:30-3:50pm

NOW WHAT? WHY ALL OUR GEEKY TOOLS HAVEN’T SAVED COASTAL COMMUNITIES YET, WHY THEY’RE NOT GOING TO, AND WHY (AND HOW) WE SHOULD KEEP THEM ANYWAY.
Wesley Shaw, Blue Urchin

COLLABORATION AND ACTION NEEDEDTO ADRESS OCEAN-RELATED IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON HUMAN AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Robin Peach
The Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security at UMass Boston

Richard Delaney, Center for Coastal Studies

Leslie-Ann McGee, Battelle

panel discussion

 

EXPLORING OPTIONS FOR RESOURCE USE AND MANAGEMENT THROUGH A GRANT COMPETITION

Stephanie Showalter Otts, National Sea Grant Law Center

Sara Gosman, University of Michigan

Read Porter, Environmental Law Institute

Natalie Springuel, Maine Sea Grant

panel discussion

COASTAL MANAGEMENT DURING A TIME OF UNSETTLED LOCAL GOVERNANCE

Lewie Lawrence
Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission

Maurice Lynch
Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission

panel discussion

SMART GROWTH AND RESILIENCE TO HAZARDS: STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE COASTAL COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY AND DURABILITY

Rebecca Feldman, NOAA

Julie Dennis, Florida Department of Economic Opprtunity

Lee Einsweiler, Code Studio

panel discussion

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER

Ida Buffone
IMSG

Presentation2
3:50-4:10pm
INTEGRATING HUMAN DIMESNSIONS INTO CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT: DATA AND ANALYSIS FOR CONSIDERING EQUITY AND COMMUNITY ISSUES IN THE ADAPTING TO RISING TIDES PROJECT
Heidi Nutters, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Presentation3
4:10-4:30pm
GIS SPATIAL PLANNING FOR AN OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Sara Mochrie, Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Presentation4
4:30-4:50pm

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012, Concurrent Session III, 8:30-10:00 am

Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Presentation1
8:30-8:50am

COASTAL WATERSHED RESTORATION IN THE GREAT LAKES: PROGRESS IN THE TEN MILE CREEK/OTTAWA RIVER WATERSHED, OHIO
Patrick Lawrence, University of Toledo

WADING IN – TACKLING SEA LEVEL RISE IN NORTH CAROLINA; RISK ASSESSMENT, COMMUNICATION, ADAPTATION STRATEGIES, AND POLICY-MAKING

Rebecca Feldman, NOAA

Michelle Covi and Donna Kain, East Carolina University

Brian Battenn, Dewberry

Tancred Miller, Division of Coastal Management, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Dylan Sandler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

panel discussion

DEVELOPING AND ASSESSING REGULATORY AND OUTREACH STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES THROUGH BOATING
Samuel Chan, Oregon State University

WORKING WATERFRONTS INITIATIVES IN ALABAMA: PROTECTING ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL RESOURCES
Marie Dyson, Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center/Sea Grant

NOAA’SNATIONAL COASTAL POPULATION REPORT
Kristen Crossett, NOS, NOAA
DO CURRENT WASTE CONTROL INITIATIVES PROTECT ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN URBAN WATERS?
Richard Burroughs, University of Rhode Island
Presentation2
8:50-9:10am
THE VALUE OF EELGRASS Zostera marina IN PUGET SOUND, WA. STRESSOR ABATEMENT THROUGH IMPROVED REGULATIONS AND POLICIES COMPARED WITH TARGETS AND SUCCESSES FROM OTHER ESTUARINE SYSTEMS
Heather Gibbs, Washington Department of Natural Resources
CLIMATE-SMART SANCTUARIES: AN INITIATIVE TO HELP NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES AND OTHER PLACE-BASED PROGRAMS ADAPT TO AND MITIGATE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Paul Ticco
NOAA
ANALYZING POTENTIAL OIL SPILL DAMAGES TO WETLANDS IN GALVESTON BAY: A GIS-CENTRIC APPROACH
Hillary Huffer, East Carolina University
STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT: A MULTI-METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO DETERMINING THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT QUALITY, SATISFACTION, AND IMPACT OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COASTAL POLICY MAKING
Tyler Reinagel, Fanning Institute, University of Georgia
THE USE OF COASTAL AND MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING FOR SELECTING POTENTIAL UPLAND AND COASTAL ALTERNATIVE DISPOSAL SITES FOR DREDGED MATERIAL
Stacy Pala, Battelle
Presentation3
9:10-9:30am
FISH NURSERY FUNCTION OF OCEAN SURF-ZONE HABITAT: RESPONSE TO A HUMAN DISTURBANCE GRADIENT
Tom Lankford, University of North Carolina Wilmington
PLANNING FOR MYSTERIOUS CHANGE: THE CHALLENGE OF UNDERSTANDING AND SHAPING SOCIETAL RESPONSES TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION
Patrick Christie, University of Washington
A COMMUNITY-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR IDENTIFYING, ASSESSING, AND EVALUATING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES PROVISIONED BY MARINE RESERVES IN OREGON
Peter Freeman, Oregon State University
ENHANCING CLIMATE OUTREACH IN COASTAL AREAS OF THE U.S. SOUTHEAST AND CARIBBEAN
Casey Jacobs, NOAA
REDUCING COASTAL ECOSYSTEM RISKS FROM HULL-BORNE INVASIVE SPECIES
Leigh Johnson, University of California Cooperative Extension
Presentation4
9:30-9:50am
NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION FROM COASTAL BRIDGES
Daniel Marcucci, East Carolina University
BUILDING A GREAT LAKES SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT TOOLBOX TO ADDRESS COMPREHENSIVE PLAN IMPLEMENTATION AND COASTAL HAZARDS
Kathy Johnson, Wisconsin Coastal Management Program

PORT PARTICIPATION IN A REGIONAL OCEAN PARTNERSHIP: LESSONS LEARNED FROM ONE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY’S EXPERIENCE WITH THE WEST COAST GOVERNORS’ ALLIANCE ON OCEAN HEALTH
Angie Fredrickson, Port of Seattle

ENGINEERING WITH NATURE IN THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Emily Vuxton, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters

IMPLICATIONS OF PLUGGING GRID DITCHES IN MID-ATLANTIC COASTAL SALT MARSHES: VEGETATION CHANGES, MOSQUITOES, CARBON SEQUESTRATION, AND KEEPING PACE WITH SEA LEVEL RISE
Bhaskaran Subramanian, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012, Concurrent Session IV, 10:30 am-12:00 pm

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Presentation1
10:30-10:50am

REDUCING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION THROUGH A GRANT COMPETITION

Stephanie Showalter Otts
National Sea Grant Law Center

Laurie Fowler
University fo Georgia

Kenneth Kilbert
University of Toledo

Ross Pifer
Penn State University

panel discussion

A REVIEW OF CONTINGENT VALUATION METHODS FOR WETLAND GOODS AND SERVICES
Leigh Habegger, The Coastal Institute, University of Rhode Island

INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN SPINY DOGFISH AND FISHERY MANAGEMENT ASPECTS
Andrea Dell’ Apa, East Carolina University

Ocean Frontiers Film & Discussion: Lessons Learned on Marine Spatial Planning and Ecosystem-Based Management

Karen Anspacher-Meyer, Green Fire Productions

Twenty minute film screening

Susan E. Farady, Marine Affairs Institute, Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program

John Duff
University of Massachusetts Boston

Tony MacDonald
Urban Coast Institute at Monmouth University

MARINE PROTECTED AREA DESIGN ON CALIFORNIA’S NORTH COAST: A CASE STUDY FOR ACHIEVING BROAD STAKEHOLDER CONSENSUS
Adam Wagschal, H.T. Harvey & Associates

Presentation2
10:50-11:10am
THREE REASONS TO VALUE COASTAL GOODS AND SERVICES
Monica Galligan, Center for the Blue Economy, Monterey Institute of International Studies

PLANNING FOR EROSION MITIGATION IN MATUNUCK: THE RELEVANCE OF COASTAL PROCESSES AND CLIMATE CHANGE Shannon Hulst, The Coastal Institute, University of Rhode Island

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN MARINE RESERVE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT: PORT ORFORD, OREGON
Pete Stauffer, Surfrider Foundation
Presentation3
11:10-11:30am
“SHOW ME THE MONEY” ECONOMICS: NATIONAL OCEAN WATCH DATA FOR OCEAN MANAGEMENT
Zac Hart, I.M. Systems Group, Inc., NOAA Coastal Services Center
MEASURING THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF FISHERY MANAGEMT PROGRAMS IN THE NORTHEAST AND MID-ATLANTIC
Lou Nadeau,
Eastern Research Group, Inc.
THE ROLE OF LAND TRUSTS IN CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: USING BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION TO PRESERVE ECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE
Clara Rubin, The Coastal Institute, University of Rhode Island
Presentation4
11:30-11:50am

INCREASING RESILIENCY TO COASTAL HAZARDS: CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND COASTAL RESILIENCY PLANNING AT THE PORT OF LONG BEACH
Thomas Jelenic
Port of Long Beach

SEA-LEVEL RISE IMPACT IN FRANKLIN COUNTY: FLORIDA’S FORGOTTEN COAST
Ariana Marshall,
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
NEW YORK HARBOR SCHOOL OYSTER RESTORATION PROJECT: AN INNOVATIVE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP TO IMPLEMENT OYSTER RESTORATION AND PUBLIC EDUCATION IN NEW YORK HARBOR
Tiffany Smythe, New York Harbor Foundation

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012, Concurrent Session V, 1:30-3:00 pm

Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Presentation1
1:30-1:50pm

DEFINING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: INSIGHTS FROM MARINE AND ESTUARINE GOAL SETTING FOR SOUTH FLORIDA

David Loomis, Institute for Coastal Science and Policy, East Carolina University

Pete Ortner,
University of Miami

Joe Boyer,
SERC-FIU

Chris Kelble,
NOAA AOML

panel discussion

PREPARING CALIFORNIA FOR ITS FUTURE COASTLINE
Adina Abeles, Center for Ocean Solutions

THE EVOLUTION OF TIDAL SHORELINE MANAGEMENT IN VIRGINIA: ADAPTIVE CHANGES PROMOTE BETTER INFORMED DECISIONS
Pamela Mason, Center for Coastal Resources Management, College of William and Mary

WORKING WITH THE NATIONAL SEA GRANT SUSTAINABLE COASTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NETWORK TO BUILD SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITIES AND ECONOMIES

Lisa Schiavinato, North Carolina Sea Grant College Program

Vicky Carrasco
Maryland Sea Grant

Kristen Grant
Maine Sea Grant

Joe Lucente
Ohio Sea Grant

panel discussion

USING SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND COLLABORATIVE COASTAL ECOSYSYEM-BASED MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROCESSES
Tiffany Smythe,
University of Rhode Island
CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND SHORELINE CHANGE IN THE REPUBLIC OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS
Andy Bohlander, University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program
Presentation2
1:50-2:10pm
SEA-LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION PLANNING FOR THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES, CA
Juliette Finzi Hart, University of Southern California Sea Grant
EVALUATION OF MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNITIES ON THE DELAWARE BAY IN RESPONSE TO COASTAL & CLIMATE CHANGE HAZARDS
Steve Eberbach
Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
A SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS OF NOAA’S REGIONAL COLLABORATION INITIATIVE
Chris Ellis, NOAA Coastal Services Center
CONSERVATION PLANNING FOR THE SUBMERGED AREAS OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY
Korie Schaeffer, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service
Presentation3
2:10-2:30pm
PREPARING FOR RISING TIDES: PROVIDING SEA-LEVEL RISE TOOLS AND GUIDANCE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN WASHINGTON STATE
Kate Skaggs, Washington Department of Ecology

COMMERCIAL FISHER’S EXPERIENCES, AND PERCEPTIONS TOWARD MARINE DEBRIS IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA
Hans Vogelsong, East Carolina University

CHARACTERIZING THE SOCIAL LANDSCAPE AND LAND COVER OF BARRIER ISLAND COMMUNITIES
Andrew Bennett, East Carolina University

PRESERVING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES TO IMPROVE HUMAN WELL-BEING AT AN INDUSTRIAL PORT COMPLEX: MOVING BEYOND TRADITIONAL APPROACHES MITIGATION AT THE PORT OF LONG BEACH
Angie Fredrickson

Presentation4
2:30-2:50pm
ASSESSING THE VULNERABILITY OF WEST COAST FISHERIES TO A CHANGING CLIMATE: CLIMATE IMPACTS ON THE PACIFIC WHITING FISHERY
Kara Cardinal, University of Washington
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON THE TEXAS COAST: FROM OIL AND GAS LEASING TO CMSP
Kate Zultner,
Texas Coastal Management Program

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012, Concurrent Session VI, 3:30-5:00 pm

Defining and Measuring Ecosystem Services in the Context of Ecosystem Based Management

Valuing Coastal Goods and Services

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Presentation1
3:30-3:50pm

WE’RE LOOKING OUT FOR YOU: USING INDICATORS TO OBSERVE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AT MULTIPLE SCALES
Susan Lovelace, NOAA

David Loomis, East Carolina University

David Hastings, NOAA NCDC; Kristen Crossett, NOAA NOS Special Projects Division; Michael Jepson, NOAA NMFS; Sam Brody, Texas A &M; Susan Lovelace, NOAA

Maria Dillard, University of Pittsburg & NOAA Hollings Marine Laboratory, JHT; Manoj Shivlani, Center for Independent Experts; Shona Patterson, East Carolina University

Michael McDonald, Global Health Services, University of Maryland

***extended session lasts until 6:30 pm***

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF FRESHWATER INPUTS TO AN ESTUARINE FISHERY
Chris Kennedy, George Mason University

MITIGATING FOR LOSS OF SANDY BEACH ECOSYSTEM SERVICES FROM THE ADVERSE IMPACTS OF SHORELINE ARMORING ON CALIFORNIA BEACHES
Chad Nelsen, Surfrider Foundation

Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Advancement Training (CMSP-AT)
Leslie-Ann McGee, Batelle

Participants in this extended session will provide input on the direction and content of the draft CMSP-AT curriculum, a collaborative training developed by the Battelle Memorial Institute and the Coastal States Organization, with resources provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

***session lasts until 6:30 PM***

Presentation2
3:50-4:10pm
PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF SEAWATER AIR CONDITIONING IN WAIKIKI
Jonathan Lilley, University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program
BEACH ECOLOGY AROUND THE NATION: A CRITICAL LOOK AT STATE-LEVEL MANAGEMENT
Clara Cartwright,
Surfrider Foundation
Presentation3
4:10-4:30pm
IDENTIFYING THE BOUNDARIES OF CORAL REEF CONSERVATION: A CONTINGENT VALUATION STUDY TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF PERCEPTION OF SCALE AND MAGNITUDE OF REEF PROBLEMS ON WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY FOR FIJIAN REEF PRESERVATION PROGRAMS
Carolyn Fonseca, University of Georgia
THE RHODE ISLAND SPECIAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN: A YEAR IN REVIEW
Michelle Carnevale, University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center and Rhode Island Sea Grant
Presentation4
4:30-4:50pm

ECONOMIC VALUES OF COASTAL EROSION MANAGEMENT
Craig Landry,
East Carolina University

EVALUATING BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL CONCERNS IN THE SECTION 7 PROCESS: USING CONSERVATION UNITS TO PROTECT STURGEON POPULATIONS
Jolvan Terez Morris, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012, Concurrent Session VII, 1:30-3:30 pm

Planning for Emerging Coastal Issues and Threats

 

A Social Approach to Examining our Coasts

Ecosystem Services in the Real World-Policy and Management Trends

Presentation1
1:30-1:50pm

IMPROVING RESPONSE CAPACITY TO NON-NATIVE MUSSELS IN THE WEST
Carolynn Culver, California Sea Grant Extension Program

LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE KING TIDES PHOTO INITIATIVE: USING HIGH TIDE IMAGES AND SOCIAL MEDIA TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT SEA LEVEL RISE

Heidi Nutters, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

Sarah Kane, Public Outreach Manager Sarasota Bay Estuary Program

Jeannine Manna, California Coastal Commission

Hilary Papendick, California Coastal Commission,

Suzanna Stoike, Washington Department of Ecology

panel discussion

MAKING COMMUNICATION MAKE A DIFFERENCE: LESSONS FROM SOCIAL MARKETING
Linda Maxson,
Forterra

IMPROVING COMMUNITY PLANNING FOR SEA LEVEL RISE, FLOODING, AND COASTAL STORMS THROUGH A GRANT COMPETITION

Stephanie Showalter Otts, National Sea Grant Law Center

Tara Owens and Andy Bohlander, University of Hawaii Sea Grant Program

Julia Peterson,
New Hampshire Sea Grant

Robert Thompson, University of Rhode Island

panel discussion

Presentation2
1:50-2:10pm
THE RESTORATION OF THE MOUT OF THE HOUSATONIC RIVER, CT: ONE POINT AT A TIME
Jennifer H. Mattei, Sacred Heart University

THE SOCIAL COAST – IT’S NOT ANOTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE
Zac Hart, I.M. Systems Group, Inc.

Presentation3
2:10-2:30pm
VALUING COASTAL ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN FLORIDA
Grace Johns
Hazen and Sawyer
THE USE OF NETWORK-ENABLED TECHNOLOGIES IN FISHERIES MONITORING, CONTROL, AND SURVIELLANCE: A SOCIAL WEB APPROACH
Shah Selbe
Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University
Presentation4
2:30-2:50pm

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012, Concurrent Session VIII, 3:30-5:00 pm

Florida Focus

Presentation1
3:30-3:50pm

ASSESSING THE VALUE OF RECREATION TRIPS IN TE COASTAL ZONE: AN APPLICATION OF BENEFIT TRANSFER
Paul R. Hindsley, Eckerd College

WATERFRONT REVITALIZATION AND COASTAL SMART GROWTH: IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY-BASED INITIATIVES THROUGH THE WATERFRONTS FLORIDA PROJECT

Kenneth Walker, NOAA/OCRM

Julie Dennis, Waterfronts Florida Program

Joanne Semmer,
San Carlos Island, a Waterfronts Florida Community

panel discussion

VALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: INSIGHTS FROM MARINE AND ESTUARINE GOAL SETTING FOR SOUTH FLORIDA

David Loomis, East Carolina University

Peter Ortner, University of Miami

Grace Johns, Hazen and Sawyer

panel discussion

BISCAYNE BAY REGIONAL RESTORATION COORDINATION TEAM: WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT AND RESTORE BISCAYNE BAY

Laura Reynolds
Tropical Audubon Society

Grace Johns
Hazen and Sawyer

Jim Murley
South Florida Regional Planning Council

Joan Browder, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service

Pamela Sweeney, Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves, Office of Coastal and Aquatic Managed Areas (CAMA), Florida Department of Environmental Protection

panel discussion

Presentation2
3:50-4:10pm

BARRIERS TO MITIGATING FOR SEAGRASS LOSS IN FLORIDA
Bob Swett, Florida Sea Grant College Program

Presentation3
4:10-4:30pm
COASTAL CLIMATE ADAPTATION: BUILDING THE PUERTO RICO CLIMATE CHANGE COUNCIL
Kasey Jacobs,
Puerto Rico Coastal Zone Management Program

 

Presentation4
4:30-4:50pm

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