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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5797.
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Appendix C
Participants in Committee Meetings

WASHINGTON, D.C.August 7–9, 1995

Guests

Stephanie Campbell, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Richard F. Delaney, Urban Harbors Institute

Patty Dornbusch, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Porter Hoagland, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

DeWitt John, National Academy of Public Administration

Evie Kalketenidou, Maritime Administration

Thomas R. Kitsos, Minerals Management Service

Cynthia Quarterman, Minerals Management Service

Andrew Solow, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Harold M. (Hal) Stanford, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Stephanie Thornton, Coastal Resources Center

W. Stanley Wilson, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

IRVINE, CALIFORNIANovember 29–December 1, 1995

Contractors

Porter Hoagland, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

DeWitt John, National Academy of Public Administration

Richard Minard, National Academy of Public Administration

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5797.
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Presenters
OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Activities

Ellen Aronson, Minerals Management Service

State Ocean Planning

Brian Baird, California Resources Agency

Craig MacDonald, State of Hawaii

Panel of Users

Jerry A. Aspland, AMOCO (retired) [marine transportation]

John Dorsey, City of Los Angeles [municipal waste]

Robert Fletcher, Sportfishing Association of California [recreational fishing]

Mark Gold, Heal the Bay [recreation]

Robert Kanter, Port of Long Beach [port issues]

John Patton, Santa Barbara County [county view of offshore resources development]

David Ptak, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission/Chesapeake Fish Company [commercial fishing]

The Channel Island Experience

John Miller, director, Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Other Guests

Stephanie Thornton, Marine Board, National Research Council

MIAMI, FLORIDAFebruary 12–14, 1996

Contractors

Porter Hoagland, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

DeWitt John, National Academy of Public Administration

Richard Minard, National Academy of Public Administration

Guests
Panel of Government Officials

James Bohnszak, National Marine Fisheries Service

Billy Causey, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

George Garrett, Monroe County Marine Resources

Fred McManus, Environmental Protection Agency

G.P. Schmahl, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Panel of Local Leaders and Experts

Mike Collins, fishing guide (chair, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council)

J. Allison DeFoor, lawyer (member, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council)

Debbie Harrison, World Wildlife Fund

Tony Iarocci, commercial fisherman

John Ogden, Florida Institute of Oceanography

Other Guests

Wesley Marquardt, U.S. Coast Guard

David Suman, University of Miami

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5797.
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BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTSApril 17–19, 1996

Contractors

Porter Hoagland, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

DeWitt John, National Academy of Public Administration

Hauke Kite-Powell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Andrew Solow, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Presenters
Living Marine Resources (Non-Groundfish) Panel

Cliff Goudey, MIT Sea Grant [ocean mariculture]

Larry Hildebrand, Environment Canada [Sable Island]

John Williamson, New Hampshire Commercial Fisherman's Association [harbor porpoise issues]

James Wilson, University of Maine [Maine lobster]

Marine Ecosystem Governance Panel

Brad Barr, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary

Christine Gault, Waquoit National Estuarine Research Reserve

David Keeley, Maine State Planning Office/Gulf of Maine Council

Judith Pederson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sea Grant College Program

Robert Wall, Regional Marine Research Program for the Gulf of Maine

Living Marine Resources (Groundfish) Panel

Kathy Holmstead, Holmstead Marine Enterprises [offshore gillnet fishing ]

Peter Partington, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada [Nova Scotia fisheries]

Andy Rosenberg, National Marine Fisheries Service, New England Region

Peter Shelley, Conservation Law Foundation

Guests

Stephanie Thornton, Marine Board, National Research Council

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIAJune 9–11, 1996

Presenters
San Francisco Bay Demonstration Project Panel

David Adams, chief wharfinger, Port of Oakland

CAPT Thomas Richards, San Francisco Bay Demonstration Project

Will Travis, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

CAPT Carl Bowler, San Francisco Bar Pilots Association

Seport Plan Concept and Port Dredging Issues Panel

Jim McGrath, Port of Oakland

Kay Miller, Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority

Brian Ross, Environmental Protection Agency

Will Travis, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5797.
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Guests

Brian Baird, California Resources Agency

Marcia Brockbank, San Francisco Estuary Project

Patty Dornbusch, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

David Evans, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1997. Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5797.
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America's ocean and coastal regions--which provide wildlife habitat, commercial fish stocks, mineral reserves, travelways, recreation, and more--are under increasing pressure as more and more people exploit marine resources, leaving environmental damage in their wake.

Striking a Balance responds to the urgency for sound decisionmaking in the management of marine resources. An expert committee proposes principles, goals, and a framework for marine area governance, including new governance structures at the federal and regional levels and improvements for existing governing and regulatory systems.

Recommendations include using tools--such as zoning and liability--for resolving conflicts between users, controlling access to marine resources, and enforcing regulations. The book describes the wide-ranging nature and value of marine resources, evaluates their current management, and explores three in-depth case studies. It also touches on the implications of newer, more flexible, less hierarchical approaches to organizational behavior.

Striking a Balance will be of interest to everyone concerned about marine resource management, especially federal and state marine managers and regulators, marine scientists and policy analysts, companies and organizations with interests in marine and coastal resources, and advocacy groups.

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