NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NE-158
A Framework for Monitoring and Assessing Socioeconomics and Governance of Large Marine EcosystemsJon G. Sutinen1, Editor, with contributions (listed alphabetically) by Patricia Clay2; Christopher L. Dyer3; Steven F. Edwards2; John Gates1; Tom A. Grigalunas1; Timothy Hennessey3; Lawrence Juda3; Andrew W. Kitts2; Philip N. Logan2; John J. Poggie, Jr.3; Barbara Pollard Rountree2; Scott R. Steinback2; Eric M. Thunberg2; Harold F. Upton1; and John B. Walden2
1Univ. of Rhode Island, Dept. of Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Kingston RI 02881
2National Marine Fisheries Serv., Woods Hole Lab., 166 Water St., Woods Hole MA 02543
3Univ. of Rhode Island, Dept. of Marine Affairs, Kingston RI 02881
Web version posted August 16, 2001.Citation: Sutinen JG, editor. 2000. A Framework for Monitoring and Assessing Socioeconomics and Governance of Large Marine Ecosystems. US Dep Commer, NOAA Tech Memo NMFS NE 158; 32 p.
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