Publications & Presentations

Publications

Expansion of the U.S. Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
Sala, E., L. Morgan, E. Norse and A. Friedlander (2014) 
Report to the United States Government

Gulf Gems: Treasured Places in Troubled Waters
Shugart-Schmidt, K. L. P., E. O. Ruff, and M. Z. Gravitz (2014) 
Marine Conservation Institute. Seattle, WA. 32 pp.

Predicted Deep-Sea Coral Habitat Suitability for the U.S. West Coast
Guinotte J.M. and A.J. Davies (2014) 
PLoS ONE 9(4): e93918

Identifying Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas (EBSA): A systematic method and its application to seamounts in the South Pacific Ocean
Clark, R.M., Rowden, A.A., Schlacher, T.A., Guinotte, J., Dunstan, P.K., Williams, A., O'Hara, T.D., Watling, L., Niklitschek, E. and S. Tsuchida (2014) 
Ocean & Coastal Management 91: 65-79.

Evaluation of New Zealand’s High-Seas Bottom Trawl Closures Using Predictive Habitat Models and Quantitative Risk Assessment
Penney AJ, Guinotte JM (2013) 
PLUS One 8(12): e82273

One size does not fit all: The emerging frontier in large-scale marine conservation
Toonen, R. J., T. ‘A. Wilhelm, S. M. Maxwell, D. Wagner, B. B. Bowen, C. Sheppard, S. M. Taei, T. Teroroko, R. Moffitt, C. F. Gaymer, L. E. Morgan, N. Lewis, A. Sheppard, J. McManus, J. Parks, and Big Ocean Think Tank (2013) 
Marine Pollution Bulletin 77: 7-10.

Foraging of seabirds on pelagic fishes: implications for management of pelagic marine protected areas
Maxwell SM, LE Morgan (2013) 
Marine Ecology Progress Series 481: 289-303

Predicting the distribution of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea using presence-background models
Vierod, ADT, JM Guinotte, and AJ Davies (2013) 
Deep-Sea Research II

A proposed biogeography of the deep ocean floor
Watling L, JM Guinotte, M Clark, and C Smith, (2013) 
Progress in Oceanography 111:91-112

Mesophotic Coral Reef Ecosystems in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
Bridge,T. and J Guinotte (2013) 
Research Publication no.109, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville

Climate Change and the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary: Interpreting Potential Futures.
Miller, I.M., Shishido, C., Antrim, L, and Bowlby, C.E. (2013)
Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-13-01. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 238 pp

The World’s largest known Gorgonian
Watling L, S Rowley, and J Guinotte (2013) 
Zootaxa. 3630 (1): 198–199

Trawl fisheries, catch shares and the protection of benthic marine ecosystems: Has ownership generated incentives for seafloor stewardship?
Rieser A, L Watling, and JM Guinotte (2013) 
Marine Policy 40:75-83

Examination of Pelagic Marine Protected Area Management, with recommendations for the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
Sara Maxwell & Lance Morgan (2012)
Marine Conservation Institute

Pelagic Fish and Seabird Interrelationships in the Central Tropical Pacific: Methods and Approaches to Study and Management
Sara Maxwell & Lance Morgan (2012)
Workshop report by Marine Conservation Institute to NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands Regional Office

A Brief History of Human Activities in the US Pacific Remote Islands
Shelly Magier & Lance Morgan (2012)
Marine Conservation Institute

Predicted cold water coral habitat suitability for the U.S. West Coast
Guinotte JM and A Davies (2012) 
Report to NOAA-NMFS. 85pp

Global habitat suitability of cold water octocorals
Yesson C, Taylor M, Tittensor D, Davies A, Guinotte J, Baco-Taylor A, Black J, Hall-Spencer J, and A Rogers (2012) 
Journal of Biogeography. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02681.x

Adapting to the effects of climate change on Australia’s deep marine reserves
Thresher RE, Guinotte JM, Matear R, and S Fallon. (2012) 
Report to Australian Government Fisheries Research and Development Corporation. CSIRO. Hobart, Tasmania

Protecting America’s Pacific Marine Monuments: A Review of Threats and Law Enforcement Issues
Mark Richardson (2012)
Marine Conservation Institute

Sustainability of Deep-sea Fisheries
Elliott A. Norse, S. Brooke, W.W.L. Cheung, M.R. Clark, I. Ekeland,
R. Froese, K.M. Gjerde, R.L. Haedrich, S.S. Heppell, T. Morato,
L.E.Morgan, D. Pauly, R. Sumaila, R. Watson (2012)
Marine Policy, Volume 36, No. 2

Identifying ecologically and biologically significant areas on seamounts
Dunstan, PK, Clark, MR, Guinotte, JM, O’Hara, T, Niklitschek, E, Rowden, AA, Schlacher, T, Tsuchida, S, Watling, L, Williams, A. (2011)
Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 14pp

Global habitat suitability for framework-forming cold-water corals
Davies, A and JM Guinotte, (2011) 
PLoS ONE 6(4) e18483

A global seamount classification to aid the design of marine protected area networks
Clark, MR, L Watling, AA Rowden, JM Guinotte, and CR Smith, (2011) 
Ocean and Coastal Management 54: 19-36

The impact of deep-sea fisheries and implementation of the UNGA Resolutions 61/105 and 64/72
Weaver, P.P.E., Benn, A., Arana, P.M., Ardron, J.A., Bailey, D.M., Baker, K., Billett, D.S.M., Clark, M.R., Davies, A.J., Durán Muñoz, P., Fuller, S.D., Gianni, M., Grehan, A.J., Guinotte, J., Kenny, A., Koslow, J.A., Morato, T., Penney, A.J., Perez, J.A.A., Priede, I.G., Rogers, A.D., Santos, R.S., Watling, L, (2011). 
Report of an international scientific workshop, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, 45pp.

Review of Surveillance and Enforcement of Federal Fisheries in the Southeastern US
Sandra Brooke (2011)
Report to the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council, December 2011

Adapting Human Societies to Conservation
David Johns (2010)
Conservation Biology, Volume 24, No. 3

Ecosystem-Based Spatial Planning and Management of Marine Fisheries: Why and How?
Elliott A. Norse (2010)
Bulletin of Marine Science, 86(2): 179–195

Impacts, Perception, and Policy Implications of the Deepwater Horizon Oil and Gas Disaster
Elliott A. Norse and John Amos (2010)
Environmental Law Reporter

Working towards high seas conservation
Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (2010)

Climate Change Impacts - Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries
Joint Working Group of the Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries Advisory Councils (including Dr. Lance Morgan) (2010)

Research Priorities for the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
Lance Morgan, William Chandler, Emily Douce, Sandra Brooke, John Guinotte, Sarah Myhre (2010)

Ecosystem-Based Spatial Planning and Management of Marine Fisheries: Why and How?
Norse, E.A. (2010)
Bulletin of Marine Science

Using Otolith Chemistry to Investigate Population Structure of Quillback Rockfish in Puget Sound
Paul M. Chittaro, Terrie Klinger, Kevin Telmer, Michael Sanborn, and Lance Morgan (2010)
Northwest Science

Review of potential environmental consequences of the British Petroleum Deepwater Horizon well blow out spill, April 2010
Sandra Brooke, Lance Morgan, and Russell Moffitt (2010)
A quick and dirty assessment of the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico

Surveillance and enforcement of remote maritime areas (SERMA). Surveillance Technical Options (version 1.3)
Sandra D. Brooke, Tse Yang Lim, and Jeff A. Ardron (2010)
Marine Conservation Institute

Comparative depth distribution of corallimorpharians and scleractinians (Cnidaria: Anthozoa)
Fautin, DG, JM Guinotte, and J Orr, (2009) 
Marine Ecology Progress Series 397: 63-70

Cruise Report for the Finding Coral Expedition
McKenna SA , Lash J, Morgan L, Reuscher M, Shirley T, Workman G, Driscoll J, Robb C, Hangaard D (2009)
Living Oceans Society

Managing for ocean biodiversity to sustain marine ecosystem services.
Palumbi, S.R., P.A. Sandifer, J.D. Allan, M.W. Beck, D.G. Fautin, M.J. Fogarty, B.S. Halpern, L.S. Incze, J-A. Leong, E.A. Norse, J.J. Stachowicz & D.H. Wall (2009)
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:204-211

Observation approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world
Sagarin, R and A. Pauchard (2009)
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Decline of the Jakarta Bay molluscan fauna linked to human impact
Sancia E.T. van der Meij, Robert G. Moolenbeek, Bert W. Hoeksema (2009)
Marine Pollution Bulletin

How We Fish Matters
Susanna D. Fuller, Candace Picco, Jennifer Ford, Chih-Fan Tsao, Lance E. Morgan, Dorthea Hangaard, Ratana Chuenpagdee (2009)

Marine Ecoregions of North America
Tara A. C. Wilkinson, Ed Wiken, Juan Creel, Thomas F. Hourigan, Tundi Agardy, Hans Herrmann, Lisa Janishevski, Chris Madden, Lance Morgan, and Moreno Padilla (2009)
Commission for Environmental Cooperation

Essential ecological insights for marine ecosystem-based management and marine spatial planning.
Crowder, L.B. and E.A. Norse (2008)
Marine Policy 32(5):772-778

Ocean acidification of the North Pacific Ocean
Feely, R.A., V.J. Fabry, and J.M. Guinotte (2008)
PICES Press

Ocean acidification and its potential effects on marine ecosystems.
Guinotte J.M. and V.J. Fabry (2008)
In The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2008. R.S. Ostfeld & W.H. Schlesinger, Eds. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Comment on “Modelling susceptibility of coral reefs to environmental stress-using remote sensing data and GIS models”, authors Maina, Venus, McClanahan, and Ateweberhan
Guinotte, J.M. and R.W. Buddemeier (2008)
Ecological Modelling

Ocean Acidification - From Ecological Impacts to Policy Opportunities
John Guinotte, Larissa Sano, et al. (2008)
Current: The Journal of Marine Education

Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, Central America.
Norse, E.A. Forward. In I.S. Wehrtmann and J. Cortes, eds. (2008)
Springer

EBM Perspective: Ocean Zoning is Inevitable
Norse, Elliott A. (2008)
Marine Ecosystems and Management

Predictive habitat model for deep gorgonians needs better resolution: Comment on Bryan & Metaxas (2007)
Etnoyer, P., L.E. Morgan (2007)
Marine Ecology Progress Series 339: 311–312

Ecosystem-based management as a tool for protecting deep-sea corals in the USA
Morgan, L.E., C.-F. Tsao, J.M. Guinotte (2007)
In Conservation and adaptive management of seamount and deep-sea coral ecosystems. R.Y. George & S.D. Cairns, Eds. Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami.

Corals in deep-water: will the unseen hand of ocean acidification destroy cold-water ecosystems?
Turley, C.M., J.M. Roberts, J.M Guinotte (2007)
Coral Reefs 26: 445-448

How the National Marine Sanctuaries Act Diverged from the Wilderness Act Model and Lost Its Way in the Land of Multiple Use
W.J. Chandler and H. Gillelan (2007)
Watson, Alan; Sproull, Janet; Dean, Liese, comps. Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium; Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 2005; Anchorage, AK. Proceedings RMRS-P-49.

The Future of the National Marine Sanctuaries Act in the Twenty-first Century
Chandler, W.J. (2006)
Master's thesis. Johns Hopkins University. (Large file, 9 MB)

Resolving Mismatches in U.S. Ocean Governance
Crowder, L. B., G. Osherenko, O. R. Young, S. Airamé, E. A. Norse, N. Baron, J. C. Day, F. Douvere, C. N. Ehler, B. S. Halpern, S. J. Langdon, K. L. McLeod, J. C. Ogden, R. E. Peach, A. A. Rosenberg, and J. A. Wilson (2006)
Science 313: 617-618

Sea-surface temperature gradients across blue whale and sea turtle foraging trajectories off the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico.
Etnoyer, P., D. Canny, B.R. Mate, L.E. Morgan, J.G. Ortega-Ortiz, and W.J. Nichols (2006)
Deep-Sea Research II 53: 340-358.

Will human-induced changes in seawater chemistry alter the distribution of deep-sea scleractinian corals?
Guinotte, J., J. Orr, S. Cairns, A. Freiwald, L. Morgan, and R. George (2006)
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(3): 141-146

Modeling habitat distribution from organism occurrences and environmental data: case study using anemonefishes and their sea anemone hosts
Guinotte, J.M., J.D. Bartley, A. Iqbal, D.G. Fautin, R.W. Buddemeier (2006)
Marine Ecology Progress Series 316: 269-283

Population and Spatial Structure of Two Common Temperate Reef Herbivores: Abalone and Sea Urchins
Morgan, L.E. and S.A. Shepherd (2006)
In: Marine Metapopulations, J.P. Kritzer and P.F. Sale (eds.) pp. 205-246. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington.

Status of Deep Sea Coral in US Waters, with Recommendations for their Conservation and Management
Morgan, L.E., C.-F. Tsao, J.M. Guinotte (2006)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute, Bellevue WA. (Large file, 18 MB)

Protecting the least protected places on Earth: The open ocean
Norse, E.A. (2006)
MPA News

The makings of the National Marine Sanctuaries Act
Chandler, W. J., and H. Gillelan (2005)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute, Washington DC

Habitat-forming deep-sea corals in the Northeast Pacific Ocean
Etnoyer, P. and L.E. Morgan (2005)
In: Freiwald, A., R.J. Murray, editors. Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Proceedings of the Second Deep-Sea Coral Symposium, Erlangen, Germany, September 2003. Springer-Verlag

An assessment of the distribution of deep-sea corals in Atlantic Canada by using both scientific and local forms of knowledge
Gass, S.E. and J.H.M. Willison (2005)
Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Proceedings of the Second Deep-Sea Coral Symposium, Erlangen, Germany, September 2003. Springer-Verlag

Book review: Kathleen Crane's "Sea Legs: Tales of a Woman Oceanographer"
Gillelan, H. (2005)
International Journal of Maritime History 17:361-362

Bottom Fishing in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: Is it Ecologically Sustainable?
Heinemann, D., H. Gillelan, and L.E. Morgan (2005)
The Ocean Conservancy and Marine Conservation Biology Institute, Washington D.C. 41pp.

Debunking claims of sustainability: high seas bottom trawl red herrings
Marine Conservation Biology Institute (2005)
Deep Sea Conservation Coalition

Medicines from the deep: the importance of protecting the high seas from bottom trawling
Maxwell, S., H. Ehrlich, L. Speer, and W. Chandler (2005)
Natural Resource Defense Council and Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Deep-Sea Corals: Special Issue of Current, the Journal of Marine Education
MCBI, editors (2005)
Publication of the National Marine Educators Association

Continental-scale Conservation Planning: The Baja California to Bering Sea Region
Morgan, L. E., Etnoyer, J. P., and E. A. Norse (2005)
Place Matters. Oregon State University Press

Marine Priority Conservation Areas: Baja California to the Bering Sea
Morgan, L., S. Maxwell, F. Tsao, T.A.C. Wilkinson, and P. Etnoyer (2005)
Commission for Environmental Cooperation of North America and Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Why the world needs a time-out on high seas bottom trawling
Morgan, L.E., E.A. Norse, A.D. Rogers, R.L. Haedrich, S.M. Maxwell (2005)
Deep Sea Conservation Coalition

Conservation planning using GIS: The Baja California to Bering Sea region. Pp. 174-204 in D.J. Wright and A.J. Scholz, eds. Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management in the Pacific Northwest.
Morgan, L.E., P. Etnoyer and E.A. Norse (2005)
Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR

Conservation and management implications of deep-sea coral and fishing effort distributions in the Northeast Pacific Ocean
Morgan, L.E., P. Etnoyer, A.J. Scholz, M. Mertens, M. Powell (2005)
In: Freiwald, A., R.J. Murray, editors. Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Proceedings of the Second Deep-Sea Coral Symposium, Erlangen, Germany, September 2003. Springer-Verlag

Destructive fishing practices and evolution of the marine ecosystem-based management paradigm
Norse, E.A. (2005)
In: Barnes, P.W., J.P. Thomas, editors. Benthic Habitats and the Effects of Fishing. American Fisheries Society

Pelagic protected areas: The greatest parks challenge of the 21st Century
Norse, E.A. (2005)
Parks

Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity
Norse, E.A. & L.B. Crowder, eds. (2005)
Island Press

Destructive Fishing Practices and Evolution of the Marine Ecosystem-Based Management Paradigm
Norse, Elliott (2005)
American Fisheries Society Symposium

The Puget Sound/Georgia Basin Region Selected as a Priority Conservation Area in the Baja California to Bering Sea Initiative
Tsao, C.-F., L.E. Morgan and S. Maxwell (2005)
Proceedings of the 2005 Puget Sound Georgia Basin Research Conference, Puget Sound Action Team

Distribution of deep-water Alcyonacea off the northeast coast of the United States
Watling, L., P. Auster (2005)
In: Freiwald, A., R.J. Murray, editors. Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Proceedings of the Second Deep-Sea Coral Symposium, Erlangen, Germany, September 2003. Springer-Verlag

The history and evolution of the National Marine Sanctuaries Act
Chandler, W.J. and H. Gillelan (2004)
Environmental Law Reporter News and Analysis, 34(6): 10505-10565

Catastrophic decline in mollusc diversity in eastern Tasmania and its concurrence with scallop dredging
Edgar, G.J. and C.R. Samson (2004)
Conservation Biology 18:1579-1588

Persistent pelagic habitats in the Baja California to Bering Sea (B2B) Ecoregion
Etnoyer, P., D. Canny, B. Mate, and L. Morgan (2004)
Oceanography 17(1):90-101

Book review: Dorinda Dallmeyer's "Values at Sea: Ethics for the Marine Environment"
Gillelan, H. (2004)
International Journal of Maritime History 16:242

Book review: Tom Andersen's "This Fine Piece of Water: An Environmental History of Long Island Sound"
Gillelan, H. (2004)
International Journal of Maritime History 16:242

Identifying priority conservation areas from Baja California to the Bering Sea
Morgan, L.E., P. Etnoyer, T. Wilkinson, H. Herrmann, C.-F. Tsao, and S. Maxwell (2004)
In: Munro, Neil, W.P., Tom B. Herman, Karen Beazley, Philip Dearden, editors. Making ecosystem-based management work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas,Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, N

MPAs as a management tool for addressing the collateral impacts of fishing gears. In: Munro, Neil, W.P., Tom B. Herman, Karen Beazley, Philip Dearden, editors. Mak
Morgan, L.E., R. Chuenpagdee, S. Maxwell & E.A. Norse (2004)
In: Munro, Neil, W.P., Tom B. Herman, Karen Beazley, Philip Dearden, editors. Making ecosystem-based management work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas,Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, N

Deep trouble in deep blue: Decline of great sea predators imperils ocean ecosystems
Norse, E.A. (2004)
Santa Barbara News Press, May 16, Sunday Voices, pp. 1 & 4

Longlines lethal to giants of sea
Norse, E.A. (2004)
Santa Barbara News Press, July 18, Sunday Voices, pp. 1 & 4

Shifting gears: Assessing collateral impacts of fishing methods in the U.S. waters
Chuenpagdee, R., L.E. Morgan, S. Maxwell, E.A. Norse & D. Pauly (2003)
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1(10): 517–524

Why I Care about Sharks
Cook, L. & J. Simonetti (2003)
Big Fish Press

Occurrences of habitat forming deep-sea corals in the Northeast Pacific- A report to NOAA's Office of Habitat Conservation
Etnoyer, P., and L. Morgan (2003)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Homeless fish: Bottom trawls bulldoze seafloor habitat
Gillelan, H. (2003)
Wild Earth 12(4): 34-38

B2B 1.1 CD-ROM: Information for conservation planning - Baja California to the Bering Sea
Marine Conservation Biology Institute (2003)

Workshop Report on Data Gathering for the Baja California to Bering Sea Initiative
Marine Conservation Biology Institute (2003)

Shifting gears: Addressing the collateral impacts of fishing methods in U.S. waters
Morgan, L.E., and R. Chuenpagdee (2003)
Island Press

Marine reserves: the best option for our oceans?
Norse, E.A. (2003)
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(1): 495-496

How we fish counts
Norse, E.A. (2003)
The Providence Journal. Providence RI, May 16

The way we fish matters a great deal
Norse, E.A. (2003)
Seattle Times, May 19

Time to reel in ill fishing ways
Norse, E.A. (2003)
Tri-City Herald, Kennewick WA, May 22

A zoning approach to managing marine ecosystems
Norse, E.A. (2003)
B. Cicin-Sain, C. Ehler and K. Goldstein, eds. Workshop on Improving Regional Ocean Governance in the United States, University of Delaware Center for the Study of Marine Policy, Newark DE

Marine environmental ethics
Norse, E.A. (2003)
In: Donald Van deVeer and Christine Pierce, eds. Environmental Ethics and Policy Book: Philosophy, Ecology and Economics, Third Edition. Wadsworth/Thomson Learning

Why marine protected areas?
Norse, E.A. (2003)
In: J.P. Beumer, A.Grant and D.C. Smith, eds., Aquatic Protected Areas: What Works Best and How Do We Know? Proceedings of the World Congress on Aquatic Protected Areas, 14-17 August, 2002, Cairns, Australia. University of Queensland Printery

World Wide Web buzz about biodiversity.
Norse, E.A. & J.T. Carlton (2003)
Conservation Biology 17(6):1475-1476

Scientists versus whaling: Whose errors of judgment?
Orians, G., Briand, F., Diamond, J., Colborn, T., Gomez, E., Guillemin, R., Klug, A., Konishi, M., Lubchenco, J., Mee, L., Norse, E.A., Notarbartolo Di Sciara, G., Payne, R., Safina, C., Suzuki, D., Wilson, E.O., & Woodwell, G. (2003)
BioScience 53(3), 202-203

Whales Before Whaling in the North Atlantic
Roman, J., and S.R. Palumbi (2003)
Science 301: 508-510

Overexploiting marine ecosystem engineers: Potential consequences for biodiversity
Coleman, F. C. and S. L. Williams (2002)
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17(1): 40-44

Zoning-Lessons from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Day, Jon C. (2002)
Ocean and Coastal Management 45:139-156

Measuring Mountains in the Sea
Etnoyer, P. (2002)
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Ocean Exploration Website article

What Species is a Bamboo Coral?
Etnoyer, P. (2002)
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Ocean Exploration Website article

Highlights of Deep-Sea Corals and Mapping in the Gulf of Alaska
Etnoyer, P. (2002)
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Ocean Exploration Website article

Deep-Sea, Cold Water Corals Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Bottom-Trawl Gear Description Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Evidence of the Effectiveness of an 8 inch Size Restriction in the Pacific Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

State & Federal Regulations of Trawling Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Importance of Healthy Seafloor Habitats Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Regional Marine Biodiversity: Status and Trends
Gillelan, H. and J. Bachus (2002)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Homeless Fish… A National Crisis: Who Will Stop the Bulldozers? Who Will Fund the Shelters?
Gillelan, H., S. Townsend and P. Kline (2002)
American Fisheries Society Annual Symposium, Baltimore, MD

The Baja California-to-Bering Sea Priority Areas mapping initiative and the role of GIS in protecting places in the sea
Morgan, L. and P. Etnoyer (2002)
Marine Geography pp 137-142

Foreword in M. Ruth & J. Lindholm, Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservation
Norse, E. A. (2002)
Springer

Springer and her playmates threatened by the feds
Norse, E.A. (2002)
Seattle Times October 18:B9

Trawling restrictions needed to protect fish, habitat
Norse, E.A. (2002)
Salt Water Sportsman, September:108-114

Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservation
Norse, E.A. Forward in M. Ruth and J. Lindholm, eds. (2002)
Springer-Verlag, New York NY

Conserving marine biodiversity: the control of biological invasions in the world's oceans
Bax, N., J. T. Carlton, A. Mathews-Amos, R.L. Haedrich, F.G. Howarth, J.E. Purcell and A. Rieser (2001)
Conservation Biology 15(5):1234-1246

Generating DNA sequence information from museum collections of octocoral specimens (Phylum Cnidaria: Class Anthozoa)
Berntson, E. A. and S. C. France (2001)
Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington 10:119-129

Three new species of Rostanga from South Africia (Mollusca, Nudibranchia)
Garovoy, J. B., A. M.Valdés and T. M. Gosliner (2001)
Journal of Molluscan Studies 67, 131-144

United States Zones of Jurisdiction over Marine Resources Fact Sheet
Gillelan, H. (2001)
Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Oceans at Risk: Research priorities in marine conservation biology
Hixon, Mark A., P. Dee Boersma, Malcolm L. Hunter, Jr., Fiorenza Micheli, Elliott A. Norse, Hugh P. Possingham and Paul V.R. Snelgrove (2001)
In: Michael E. Soulé and Gordon H. Orians, eds. Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade. Island Press pp. 125-154

Human alteration of food webs: Research priorities for conservation and management
Micheli, F., G.A. Polis, P. D. Boersma, M. A. Hixon, E. A. Norse, P.V.R. Snelgrove and M.E. Soulé (2001)
In: Michael E. Soulé and Gordon H. Orians, eds. Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade. Island Press pp. 31-57

Managing with reserves: Modeling uncertainty in larval dispersal for a sea urchin fishery
Morgan, L. E. and L. W. Botsford (2001)
In: Spatial Processes and Management of Marine Populations, Alaska Sea Grant College Program, AK-SG-01-02, pp.667-684

Mapping initiative: The Baja California to Bering Sea Mapping Initiative
Morgan, L. E. and N. Parks (2001)
In: Conservation Geography, Case Studies in GIS, Computer Mapping and Activism. ESRI Press, pp. 143-144

Marine biological diversity: Conserving life in the neglected 99%
Norse, E. A. (2001)
In: L. Bendell-Young & P. Gallaugher, eds. Waters in Peril. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 187-199

Affluent elbow in
Norse, E. A. (2001)
Seattle Times, April 25 : B7

Georg Wilhelm Stellar cursed life
Carell, C. and L. E. Morgan (2000)
The Seattle Times, June 4, Opinion

Dragging down the sea
Mathews-Amos, A. (2000)
Calypso Log. October, pp. 9-11.

Networking the seas: A blueprint for marine protected areas
Mathews-Amos, A. (2000)
Calypso Log April

Getting the word out: SCB and the news media
Mathews-Amos, A. (2000)
Society for Conservation Biology Newsletter May Vol. 7 Issue 2

Protecting coral
Norse, E. A. (2000)
New York Times Science Times, September 26 : D3

Historical extinctions in the sea
Carlton, J. T., J. B. Geller, M.L. Reaka-Kudla and E. A. Norse (1999)
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 515-538

Connectivity: maintaining flows in fragmented landscapes
Dodson, A., K. Ralls, M. Foster, M. E. Soulé, D. Simberloff, D. Doak, J. A. Estes, L. S. Mills, D. Mattson, R. Dirzo, H. Arita, S. Ryan, E. A. Norse, R. F. Noss and D. Johns (1999)
In: Michael E. Soulé and John Terborgh, eds. Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks. Island Press, pp.129-171

Marine protected areas (MPAs) and reserves: What's in it for you?
Mathews-Amos, A. (1999)
Hooked on Cod (Cape Cod Hook and Line Association newsletter) 3(2):5

Viewpoints: Marine protected areas and reserves are vital conservation tool
Mathews-Amos, A. (1999)
Gulf of Mexico Science Journal XVI, No. 2 December 1998: 233-234

Marine biodiversity: the true bounty of the seas
Mathews-Amos, A. (1999)
Calypso Log. February, pp. 12-14

SCB and the policy process
Mathews-Amos, A. (1999)
Conservation Biology 13(2):225-226

Turning up the Heat: How Global Warming Threatens Life in the Sea
Mathews-Amos, A.and E. A. Berntson (1999)
World Wildlife Fund

Killer Algae: The True Tale of a Biological Invasion
Meinesz, A. (translated by D. Simberloff) (1999)
University of Chicago Press

(Mostly) species diversity patterns in the sea: Review of Marine Biodiversity: Patterns and Processes by Rupert F.G. Ormond, John D. Gage and Martin V. Angel, eds.
Norse, E. A. (1999)
Ecology 80(1):352-353

The chilling impact of global warming
Norse, E. A. (1999)
Seattle Times June 9, Opinion

Impacts of mobile fishing gear: the biodiversity perspective
Norse, E. A. and L. Watling (1999)
In: Lee R. Benaka, ed. Fish Habitat: Essential Fish Habitat and Rehabilitation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 22. American Fisheries Society, pp.31-40

The issue of scale in selecting and designing biological reserves
Scott, M. J., E. A. Norse, H. Arita, A. Dodson, J. A. Estes, M. Foster, B. Gilbert, D. Jensen, R. B. Knight, D.L. Mattson and M. E. Soulé (1999)
In: Michael E. Soulé and John Terborgh, eds. Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks. Island Press, pp.19-37

A conceptual model of the impacts of fishing gear on the integrity of fish habitats
Auster, P. J. (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1198-1203

Obstacles to protecting marine biodiversity through marine wilderness preservation: examples from the New England region
Brailóvskaya, T. (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1236-1240

Bottom trawling: Impact interpretation a matter of perspective
Engel, J. and R. Kvitek (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1204-1214

Significance of Bottom-Fishing Disturbance
Kaiser, M. J. (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1230-1235

We need marine research
Mathews-Amos, A. (1998)
The Kodiak Mirror, letter to the Editor. September 11

Net loss: Review of Carl Safina's Song for the Blue Ocean
Norse, E. A. (1998)
Natural History 3/98:10-11

End commercial fishing in Alaska's Glacier Bay
Norse, E. A. (1998)
Seattle Times, May 14: B7

The big questions: Birth and death
Norse, E. A. (1998)
In: John E. Carroll & Keith Warner, OFM, eds. Religion and Ecology: Scientists Speak. Franciscan Press, pp. 303-320

Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide....
Norse, E. A. (1998)
Sea Technology 39 (2):145

Dredging is a threat
Norse, E. A. (1998)
New York Times, letter to the Editor. September 19:A24

Troubled Waters: A Call for Action
Norse, Elliott A. (chief author) and 1,604 other scientists (1998)
Released at the US Capitol, January 6, 1998

Resuspension of sediment by bottom trawling in the Gulf of Maine and potential geochemical consequences
Pilskaln, C. H., J. H. Churchill and L. M. Mayer (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1223-1229

Effects of mobile fishing gear on marine benthos: Introduction.
Watling, L. & E.A. Norse (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6):1178-1179

Disturbance of the seabed by mobile fishing gear: A comparison with forest clear-cutting
Watling, L. and E. A. Norse (1998)
Conservation Biology 12(6)1180-1197

Short-changing the sea: Our national neglect of valuable marine ecosystems
Mathews-Amos, A. (1997)
Outdoors West 20(1):12-14

Turning the tide
Mathews-Amos, A. (1997)
Global Biodiversity 7(3):2-6

Bottom trawling: The unseen worldwide plowing of the seabed
Norse, E. A. (1997)
NEB Transcript 8(2):8-9

Fisheries depletion: Dumping iron filings in ocean is not a sound solution
Norse, E. A. (1997)
Seattle Times, April 2:B7

Greenwood marine hero
Norse, E. A. (1997)
Bucks County Courier-Times, November 24:8A

Uncharted waters: Conserving marine biological diversity
Norse, E. A. (1997)
In: G.K. Meffe & C.R. Carroll, eds. Principles of Conservation Biology, 2nd ed., Sinauer, pp.94-97

Marine biodiversity budget
Norse, E. A. and A. Mathews-Amos (1997)
Science 275(5304):1246

Landlubbers point the way to marine conservation
Norse, E. A. and M. E. Soulé (1997)
Seattle Times, May 29:B7

Scant emphasis on marine biodiversity
Irish, K. E. and E. A. Norse (1996)
Conservation Biology 10(2):680

Principles for the conservation of wild living resources
Mangel, Marc, and 41 co-authors, including Elliott A. Norse (1996)
Ecological Applications 6(2):338-362

Threats to biological diversity: A scientific and political overview
Norse, E. A. (1996)
COEJL Summer:11-15

Climate change pushes Northwest forests
Norse, E. A. (1996)
Seattle Times, December 3:B5

A river that flows to the sea: The marine biological diversity movement
Norse, Elliott (1996)
Oceanography 9(1):5-9

Presentations

2011

2011, Jan. Advances in information and understanding of deep-sea ecosystems. Deep-sea Fisheries Management: challenges and opportunities. TNC, Arlington, VA, USA.

2011, Jan. The Challenges and Opportunities of Working in Trans-boundary and High Seas MPAs. NOAA HQ, Silver Spring, MD, USA.

2011, Jan. Use of Systematic Conservation Planning Tools in the Context of the Nunavut Land Use Plan. Environment Canada planning workshop, Ottawa, Canada.

2010

2010, Dec. High Seas Conservation Science & Policy:  issues, opportunities and challenges. Environmental Law Institute, Washington, DC, USA.

2010, Dec. Decision Support Tools for Conservation Planning in Settled Landscapes. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

2010, Nov. The SERMA Project: Surveillance & Enforcement of Remote Maritime Areas.
Maritime Business and Technology Summit, San Diego, California, USA.

2010, Nov. High Seas Partnerships. Global Environmental Facility, Washington, DC, USA.

2010, Oct. Candidate EBSA web submission tool. Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative side-event, CBD COP 10, Nagoya, Japan.

2010, Oct. High Seas Conservation Science & Policy:  issues, opportunities and challenges. ESABII and NaGISA Joint Conference in Commemoration of the CBD COP10, Nagoya, Japan.

2010, July. High seas and World Heritage designation. Marine World Heritage Expert Workshop, Vilm, Germany.

2010, July. CBD, OSPAR, HELCOM, criteria & methods. Marine World Heritage Expert Workshop, Vilm, Germany.

2010, June. Stakeholders, tech. issues, & uncertainty. Decision Support for MPA Network Planning in Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

2010, June. Issues, Processes, Tools, & Applications. Decision Support for MPA Network Planning in Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

2010, May. Multi-criteria decision-making: EBSAs & MPA networks. Global Oceans Forum, Paris, France.

2010, May. Trans-Atlantic Indicators Project: the need for simplified reporting in large ocean areas, such as the high seas. Global Oceans Forum, Paris, France.

2010, Mar. Marine conservation on the high seas: strategies to move forward with limited knowledge. NOAA HQ, Silver Spring, MD, USA.

2010, Feb. Lessons learned from the European / OSPAR process for designation high seas MPAs. Sargasso Sea Workshop, Hamilton, Bermuda.

2010, Feb. The Pieces are Coming together: CBD Ottawa Workshop and beyond. Side event to the UN Ad Hoc Open-ended Informal Working Group on issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national jurisdiction.

2010, Jan. Protecting areas in the high seas & the Ottawa CBD workshop outcomes. Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative, analytical planning meeting, Cambridge, UK.

2010, Jan. Predicting distributions of cold-water corals: Fishing closures & scleractinia. Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative, analytical planning meeting, Cambridge, UK.

2009

2009, Dec. CBD criteria, GOBI guidance & an example analysis. MPA News / EBM Tools Network webinar.

2009, Dec. Efficiencies in crowded seas: systematic decision support tools. Sea Change Conference, London.

2009, Dec. Systematic Conservation Planning: Tools and related concepts. HELCOM (Helsinki Commission), Helsinki, Finland.

2009, Nov. The developing international context & the meeting’s objectives. Surveillance and Enforcement of Remote Maritime Areas (SERMA), NOAA HQ, Silver Spring, MD, USA.

2009, Oct. Seamount classification: steps towards global MPA network design. Expert workshop of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ottawa, Canada.

2009, Oct. Global Predictive Habitat Mapping: Cold-water corals & their conservation. Expert workshop of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ottawa, Canada.

2009, Sept. Systematic Conservation Planning: Tools and related concepts. University of Gothenburg, Strömstad, Sweden.

2009, Sept. Cold-water corals, fishing closures, & Scientists’ Statement of Concern. Side event to the UN General Assembly. New York City, USA.

2009, June. Predicting the distribution of cold-water corals, protections to date, & future applications. Preparatory workshop to the CBD expert meeting, Durham, USA.

2009, June. Predicting the distribution of cold-water corals: protections to date. Side event to the UN informal consultative process on the Law of the Sea Convention. New York, USA.

2009, June. Marine spatial planning at home and abroad: broad scale issues require bold collaborations. GeoTec Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

2009, May. Selection of open-ocean MPAs: The theory and the reality. International Marine Conservation Congress, Fairfax, USA.

2009, May. Linking Deep Sea Science to International Decisions. High Seas all-day side event, International Marine Conservation Congress, Fairfax, USA.

2009, April. Review of CBD & FAO Decisions, Criteria, & Work to Date: Issues confronting the deep oceans. ICES Deep Sea Symposium, the Azores, Portugal.

2009, April. Planning Protected Areas: Social & Economic Data vs Public Participation...
Be clear what you’re wishing for
. Socioeconomic planning workshop, Reading, UK

2009, Mar. Protecting areas in the high seas & dealing with the unknown. Deep-sea mining workshop and colloquium, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA.

2009, Jan. Planning, Tools, & Climate Change: Using what we know to manage what we don’t know.  UNEP expert workshop:EBM and Climate Change, Copenhagen.

2009, Jan. MPAs and marine spatial planning: the developing international picture. Coastal Futures conference, London.

2008

2008, Dec. Now that there are global criteria to identify candidate MPAs in the high seas…
How will we collect and link together the scientific and technical advice?
2012 Marine Targets: European Marine Strategy and issues in the High Seas. French EU Presidency, Brest.

2008, Oct. High Seas Gems: hidden treasures of our blue earth. IUCN World Conservation Congress, Barcelona, Spain. Co-presented with Carl Gustaf Lundin & Olivia Chatecaille. Same presentation also delivered to National Geographic Headquarters, Washington DC.

2008, Sept. BC ecology & thoughts about marine spatial protection. Invited presentation to private funders meeting hosted by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Meetings, Conferences and Workshops

Symposia Hosted by Marine Conservation Institute

2011

International Marine Conservation Congress 2 (IMCC2), Victoria BC

  • Oceans without borders, conservation science without borders: the Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI)

2010

2009

International Marine Conservation Congress, Fairfax VA

  • Congressional Advocacy Day: Communicating with Congress concerning conservation, International Marine Conservation Congress
  • How will conservation science meet policy requirements on the high seas?
  • Three stages in the evolution of marine ecosystem-based management: ‘Exploitation everywhere,’ marine reserves, and comprehensive ecosystem-based ocean zoning
  • Selection of open-ocean MPAs: the theory and the reality
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture II

Linking Deep Sea Science to International Decisions: Vulnerable and Ecologically Significant Areas, ICES Deep Sea Symposium, Azores, Portugal

2008

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Boston MA

  • Dragnet—Bottom trawling, the world’s most severe and extensive seafloor disturbance
  • Ocean iron fertilization and carbon sequestration: Can the oceans save the planet?
  • Will too few jaws take too big a bite? The importance of sharks to ocean ecosystems

2007

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), San Francisco CA

  • The world’s last wildlife hunt: Deep-sea fisheries
  • Ocean acidification: Past, present and future consequences
  • Roving Bandits, complex systems and the closing blue frontier

Spatial management: An ecosystem-based way of protecting marine biodiversity and separating incompatible uses, Coastal Zone 2007, Portland OR

2006

Management for Spatial and Temporal Complexity in Ocean Ecosystems, Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, San Jose CA

2004

The Forgotten Forests: Deep-Sea Coral and Sponge Beds, AAAS Annual Meeting, Seattle WA

Workshops Hosted by Marine Conservation Institute

2010

Puget Sound Workshop on Ocean Acidification, Seattle WA

Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI) Scientific Steering Committee, Washington DC

2009

Human Uses of the Ocean

  •  California North Coast, Eureka CA
  •  California North Central Coast, San Rafael CA
  •  California South Central Coast, Monterey CA

Criteria for Web-Based Mapping of Ocean Uses – Workshop, Palo Alto, CA

Research Priorities for the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, Honolulu HI

Finalization of a global seamount classification, Honolulu Hawaii

Surveillance and Enforcement in Remote Managed Areas Workshop, Silver Spring MD

2008

Understanding Human Use Mapping, San Francisco CA

Human Uses of the Ocean, California South Coast, Costa Mesa CA

2007

NGO Strategy Meeting on NMSA reauthorization, Key West FL

How We Fish Matters, Lunenberg Nova Scotia, Canada

Conflicts and Compatibilities of Human Uses, Monterey CA

2006

Sea to Shining Sea Teacher Workshop, online

2005

Sustainability of Deep Sea Fisheries, Miami FL

2004

Workshop on Status of Deep Sea Corals, Seattle WA

2003

Workshop on Identifying Priority Conservation Areas for the North American Pacific, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Review of Data and Synthesis for the Baja California to Bering Sea Region, Seattle WA and San Francisco CA

2002

Ecological Impacts of Fishing Methods, Seattle WA

Baja California to the Bering Sea Data Potluck Workshop, Portland OR

2001

Workplanning Workshop for the Baja California to Bering Sea Region, Monterey CA

2000

Second Symposium on Marine Conservation Biology, San Francisco CA

Establishing a National System of Marine Protected Areas in the United States, Washington DC

1999

Gulf of Maine Priority Areas Workshop, Boston MA

1997

First Symposium on Marine Conservation Biology, Victoria BC, Canada

1996

Effects of Bottom Trawling on Marine Ecosystems, ME