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Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future
Kittinger, J.N.; McClenachan, L.; Gedan, K.B.; Blight, L.K. (Ed.) (2015). Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. University of California Press: Berkeley. ISBN 978-0-520-27694-9. xx, 287 pp.

Available in Authors 
    VLIZ: Aquatic Ecology ECO.208 [268170]

Keywords
    Conservation; Marine ecology; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Kittinger, J.N., editor
  • McClenachan, L., editor
  • Gedan, K.B., editor
  • Blight, L.K., editor

Content
  • Pauly, D. (2015). Foreword, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. xvii-xviii, more
  • Gedan, K.B. (2015). Restoring ecosystems, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. marine historical, more
  • Kittinger, J.N.; Blight, L.K.; Gedan, K.B.; McClenachan, L. (2015). Managing human legacies in a changing sea: an introduction, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 1-11, more
  • Blight, L.K. (2015). Recovering endangered species, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 13-14, more
  • Lotze, H.K. (2015). What recovery of exploited marine animals tells us about management and conservation, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 15-37, more
  • Erlandson, J.M.; Braje, T.J.; Delong, R.L.; Rick, T.C. (2015). Natural or anthropogenic? Novel community reassembly after historical overharvest of Pacific coast pinnipeds, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 39-62, more
  • Ferretti, F.; Crowder, L.B.; Micheli, F. (2015). Using disparate datasets to reconstruct historical baselines of animal populations, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 63-85, more
  • Kittinger, J.N. (2015). Conserving fisheries, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 87-89, more
  • Friedlander, A.M.; Nowlis, J.; Koike, H. (2015). Improving fisheries assessments using historical data: stock status and catch limits, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 91-118, more
  • Al-Abdulrazzak, D.; Zeller, D.; Pauly, D. (2015). Understanding fisheries through historical reconstructions: implications for fishery management and policy, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 119-133, more
  • Kittinger, J.N.; Cinner, J.E.; Aswani, S.; White, A.T. (2015). Back to the Future: Integrating customary practices and institutions into comanagement of small-scale fisheries, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 135-160, more
  • Gedan, K.B.; Breitburg, D.L.; Grossinger, R.M.; Rick, T.C. (2015). Historical information for ecological restoration in estuaries and coastal ecosystems, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 163-186, more
  • zu Ermgassen, P.S.E.; Spalding, M.D.; Brumbaugh, R.D. (2015). Estimates of historical ecosystem service provision can guide restoration efforts, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 187-206, more
  • Ban, N.C.; Kittinger, J.N.; Pandolfi, J.M.; Pressey, R.L.; Thurstan, R.H.; Lybolt, M.J.; Hart, S. (2015). Incorporating historical perspectives into systematic marine conservation planning, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 207-233, more
  • McClenachan, L. (2015). Engaging the public, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 235-237, more
  • Marzin, C.; Evans, S.; Alexander, K. (2015). Engaging public interest in the ocean of the past: The promise of new media, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 239-264, more
  • MacKinnon, J.B. (2015). Choice without memory: Uncovering the narrative potential of historical ecology, in: Kittinger, J.N. et al. (Ed.) Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future. pp. 265-275, more

Abstract
    This pioneering volume provides a blueprint for managing the challenges of ocean conservation using marine historical ecology-an interdisciplinary area of study that is helping society to gain a more in-depth understanding of past human-environmental interactions in coastal and marine ecosystems and of the ecological and social outcomes associated with these interactions. Developed by groundbreaking practitioners in the field, Marine Historical Ecology in Conservation highlights the innovative ways that historical ecology can be applied to improve conservation and management efforts in the ocean.

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