Adaptive Management: A Spoonful of Rigour Helps the Uncertainty Go Down Summary: This paper briefly clarifies what adaptive management really is, and what it can offer to the field of ecological restoration. Date: 2004 Geography: INT-Canada, US – California Document Type: Papers and Reports
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Ocean Zoning: Can it Work in the Northwest Atlantic?: Workshop Proceedings Summary: A workshop entitled “Ocean Zoning: Can it Work in the Northwest Atlantic?” was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia on May 10-11, 2004 to explore the concept and effectiveness of ocean zoning as a tool for integrated management of marine resources and activities. Authors: Doherty, P.
Eastern Scotian Shelf Integrated Ocean Management Plan Summary: The Eastern Scotian Shelf Integrated Management (ESSIM) Initiative is a collaborative ocean planning process being led and facilitated by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), Maritimes Region, under Canadas Oceans Act. Authors: Fisheries & Oceans Canada Date: 2007 Geography: INT-Canda Source or Agency: Not Applicable Organization: Fisheries & Oceans Canada Document Type: Case Study
Guidance and Lessons Learned for Canadas Marine Protected Areas Networks: Proceedings of a National Workshop held in Ottawa in January 2008
Guidance and Lessons Learned for Canadas Marine Protected Areas Networks: Proceedings of a National Workshop held in Ottawa in January 2008 Summary: Following an extensive period of consultation and parliamentary committee debate, the Oceans Act came into force on 31 January 1997. The Act established Canada as the first country with comprehensive oceans-management legislation. Canada
Developing Objectives and Indicators for Marine Ecosystem-Based Management: International Review of Marine Ecosystem-Based Management Initiatives Throughout the World: Oceans and Coastal Management Report 2005-09
Developing Objectives and Indicators for Marine Ecosystem-Based Management: International Review of Marine Ecosystem-Based Management Initiatives Throughout the World: Oceans and Coastal Management Report 2005-09 Summary: This report now updates the 2004 report to include the most recent information on these initiatives by identifying ecosystem-based marine management initiatives throughout the world that have developed or were developing
Summary of the Regional Workshop on Marine Spatial Planning: A Technical Learning Session Summary: On June 12, 2011, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Maritimes Region, in collaboration with World Wildlife Fund Canada (WWF-Canada), hosted a regional workshop in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This report presents a high-level overview of key discussion points from the workshop. Authors: WWF-Canada and Department
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The Scotian Shelf: An Atlas of Human Activities Summary: This atlas was prepared by the Eastern Scotian Shelf Integrated Management (ESSIM) Planning Office to show the extent of human activities on the Scotian Shelf and some of the management boundariesrelated to those activities. Managing multiple human activities is a major theme in the draft . Authors: Breeze, H.