2011 RARGOM annual science meeting

The Regional Association for Research on the Gulf of Maine (RARGOM) held its annual science meeting addressing

THE NEXUS BETWEEN CLIMATE CHANGE AND MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING

On October 5, 2011

Residence Inn Marriott
100 Deer Street
Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The one day meeting featured two keynote speakers:

Michael K. Orbach
Professor of the Practice of Marine Affairs and Policy
Nicholas School of Environment, Duke University
"The New Human Condition: The 'Total Ecology' of Marine Spatial Planning"

Robert S. Steneck
Professor at the School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine
"Winds of Change: Marine Spatial Planning in an era of Rapidly Shifting Baselines"

The meeting is intended to be of general interest to a broad range of researchers, managers and stakeholders in the Gulf of Maine region

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