Faculty active in this research area:

Please see individual faculty web pages for more about their work in this area.

Related SMEA courses:

  • SMEA 500: Human Dimensions of Global Change
  • SMEA 510: Topics in Marine Ecology
  • SMEA 514: Marine Pollution Management and Policy
  • Other relevant courses are offered through the College of the Environment certificate programs for Environmental Management and Restoration Ecology

Examples of what MMA students do in this research area:

  • learn theory and practice of coastal and environmental restoration
  • connect with restoration practice in Puget Sound and the Pacific Northwest
  • understand how science and society interconnect through restoration policy and planning
  • learn how scientific communities communicate about restoration

Examples of related MMA student theses:

Harguth, Haley. 2013. The Elwha River Ecosystem Restoration Project: A Case Study of Government-to-Government Co-management

Bates, Erica. 2012. The Role of Prioritization in Funding Habitat Restoration Projects for Salmon Recovery in the Puget Sound Basin.

Logan, Ilon. 2011. Informing Coastal Restoration Planning Decisions in a Changing Climate.

Boevers, Justin. 2008. Lessons Learned from Programmatic Adaptive Management of Large-scale Coastal Ecosystem Restoration

Briggs, Phebe. 2008. Planning and Management for Invasive Species in Three Large-scale Coastal Ecosystem Restoration Programs

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