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No fish is an island: Update on the South Atlantic marine ecosystem model

Photo by Greg McFall/Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. Black seabasses and sponges at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary in Georgia. One really exciting thing we have here in the South Atlantic is a Fishery Management Council that is very passionate about ecosystem-based management. The council is always working to consider all the different [...]

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Third Thursday Web Forum – Integrated marine ecosystem modeling

November 17, 2016: “Understanding marine ecosystem changes in the South Atlantic region using an integrated modeling approach” with Dr. Tom Okey, University of Victoria Marine ecosystem changes in the South Atlantic region are driven by multiple factors including climate and ocean variability, fishing, watershed changes, pollution, habitat changes, etc. They are also influenced by coastal and marine resources policies and strategies. [...]

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