MARS 6910

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Last Updated March 15, 2019

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Dr. David Hyrenbach


Office:

CTSA # 1, Oceanic Institute

Office Hours:

M; 11:00 - 13:00 (HLC, 2nd floor lanai)

Tu; 11:00 - 13:00 (HLC, 2nd floor lanai)

or by appointment at CTSA #1, OI

 

 

Reference Text


Marine Reserves:

A Guide to Science, Design, and Use

Sobel, Jack & Dahlgren, Craig (2004)

Publisher: Island Press, Washington, DC, USA

E-book link in HPU Library

 

 

 

 

Course Schedule

These PDFs of scientific articles are for class use only.

Please do not distribute.

 
Note: Readings in italics are supplementary material

Date
Lead
Topic
Reading(s)
1 / 17
David

Introduction

 

S&D_Chapter1

 

1 / 24

 

Jenn and Spencer

 

What Can Marine Reserves Accomplish

S&D_Chapter4

Allison et al. 1998

1 / 31

Kelsey and Bev

Marine Reserve Design Concepts

S&D_Chapter5

Storlazzi et al. 2017

2 / 7
Mathias and Joe
Marine Reserves for Fisheries Enhancement

Alcala et al. 2005

Alcala & Russ 2006

2 / 14
Cascade and Raquel
Bahamian Marine Reserves

S&D_Chapter9

Chiappone & Sealey 2000

2 / 21
Heather and Elliot

Research Priorities I

Introduction

(pp. 187 - 192)

Monitoring

(pp. 199 - 208)

Conclusions

(pp. 225 - 226)

2 / 28

Anita and Ange

(and Tim)

Social Dimensions
3 / 7

NO CLASS

SPRING BREAK
NO READINGS
3 / 14
Caitlyn and Rachael

Research Priorities II

Tools &Techniques:

(pp. 193 - 198)

Movement & Connectivity

(pp. 209 - 221)

Habitat & Species Distribution

(pp. 221 - 224)

3 / 21
Anita and Ange
Management Structures
3 / 28

Caitlyn and Rachael


(and Tim)

   
4 / 4
Heather and Elliot
 
4 / 11
Cascade and Raquel
   
4 / 18
Mathias and Joe
   
4 / 25
Jenn and Spencer
   
5 / 2

Kelsey and Bev

 

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