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Dr. David Hyrenbach


CTSA 112

Oceanic Institute


Office hours:

M; 17:00 - 18:00 (HLC, 2nd floor lanai)

W, F; 12:00 - 13:30 (CTSA 112, OI)

or by appointment

 

 

Course Text

Marine Conservation Biology:

The Science of Maintaining the Sea's Biodiversity


Available online

 

 

Books on Reserve

Two copies of text book in reserve: Atherton Library (HLC) & HPU Cottage (OI)

NC - Marine Conservation Biology - Norse, E.A. & Crowder, L.B. (Eds.)

 

 

Course Readings

These PDFs of scientific articles are for class use only.

Please do not distribute.

 
Note: Readings in italics are supplementary material

Date
Lecture Topic
Readings
Assignments
1 / 25

Introduction to the class.

Why Marine Conservation?

(NC Chapter 1)

Ludwig et al 1993

Soule 1985

Callicott et al 1999

Read Syllabus

1 / 27

Principles of Conservation -

Shifting Baselines

(NC Chapter 2)

Jackson 1997

Dayton et al 1998

Become familiar with statistics software

2 / 1

Principles of Conservation -

Biodiversity & Behavior

 

(NC Chapter 6)

Shumway 1999

Whitehead et al 2004

For Hw#1 look over

Hw1_Discussion

2 / 3

Kelly & Palumbi 2010

Phillips et al 2005

 

2 / 15

(NC Chapters 3 & 4)

Cowen et al 2006

Rogers-Bennett et al 2002

For Hw#2 look over

Taylor & Wade 1997

2 / 17

Fisheries Management

For Hw#3 look over

May 1976

2 / 22

Group Discussion -

Tuna trends

Myers & Worm 2003

Hampton et al. / Myers & Worm 2005

Myers & Worm 2005

For Hw#4 look over

Boyce 1997

Taylor et al 2000

2 / 24

Single Species Management

Effective Effort

(NC Chapter 5)

Bigelow et al 2002

Bigelow & Maunder 2007

 

2 / 29

Single Species Management

IUCN & Stock Definitions

Dizon et al 1992

Freeman 2008

Hoffman et al 2008

Croxall et al 2012

Block et al 2001

Rooker et al 2008

Safina 1993

 

3 / 2

 

3 / 7

 

3 /9

 

3 / 14
Compensatory Mortality
(see debate #1 readings)

 

3 / 16

 

3 / 21

Trade-offs in Bycatch Mitigation

(see debate #2 readings)

 

3 / 23
EXAM

 

4 / 4

Indirect Effects of Fisheries

(NC Chapters 11 & 12)

 

4 / 11

MPAs for Fisheries Management

(see debate #3 readings)

 

4 / 13

(NC Chapter 24)

Grumbine 1994

Ruckelhouse et al 2008

Crowder & Norse 2008

4 / 18

(NC Chapters 16 & 17)

Allison et al 1998

Parrish & Boersma 1999

4 / 20

(NC Chapter 19 & 25)

Klein et al 2008

Carwardine et al 2009

Sumaila et al 2000

4 / 25
4 / 27

Guest Lecture - Nancy Young

Reducing false killer whale bycatch in Hawaii's longline fisheries

5 / 2

Guest Lecture - Rachel Sprague

Monk seal status and recovery 

5 / 4

Guest Lecture - Sarah Courbis 

Ecosystem management of the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary 

5 / 9

Project Presentations

(During Class Final)

14:00 - 16:15

(12 minutes per student)

 

Sequence:

Amelia Murphy
Melannie Bachman
Martha Maciasz
Ray Boland
Adam Kurtz
Aris Zikos
Lauren Ballou
Angelica Chan
Kristen Pylman
Shannon Lyday
Nicole Williams

Projects Due May 11

(by email)

 

 

Debate 1 - Compensatory Mortality

 

Debate 2 - The Tuna-Dolphin Issue

 

Debate 3 - Marine Protected Areas vs Traditional Fisheries Management

 

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