Tag Archives: G. Osherencko

Resolving Mismatches in U.S. Ocean Governance

Resolving Mismatches in U.S. Ocean Governance Summary: That the oceans are in serious trouble is no longer news. Fisheries are declining, formerly abundant species are now rare, food webs are altered, and coastal ecosystems are polluted and degraded. Invasive species and diseases are proliferating and the oceans are warming. Authors: Crowder, L. B., Osherenko, G., Young, O.R.,

New Discourses on Ocean Governance: Understanding Property Rights and the Public Trust

New Discourses on Ocean Governance: Understanding Property Rights and the Public Trust Summary:  begin with a look at how societal views and laws regarding ocean space have changed from the sixteenth century to the present. New ocean discourses are likely to lead to new systems of ocean governance to deal with new uses and conflicts arising