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Publications

Rudman et al., Contemporary evosystem services: A reply to Faith et al.

Rudman, S.M., M. Kreitzman, K.M.A. Chan and D. Schluter (2017). “Contemporary evosystem services: A reply to Faith et al.” Trends in Ecology & Evolution. Doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2017.07.006

Karp et al., Agriculture erases climate-driven beta-diversity

Karp, D.S., L.O. Frishkoff, A. Echeverri, J. Zook, P. Juárez and K.M.A. Chan “Agriculture erases climate-driven β-diversity in Neotropical bird communities.” Global Change Biology: n/a-n/a. Doi: 10.1111/gcb.13821

Singh et al., Group elicitations yield more consistent, yet more uncertain experts

Singh, G.G., J. Sinner, J. Ellis, M. Kandlikar, B.S. Halpern, T. Satterfield and K. Chan (2017). “Group elicitations yield more consistent, yet more uncertain experts in understanding risks to ecosystem services in New Zealand bays.” PLOS ONE 12(8): e0182233. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0182233

Kearney et al., Predicting carbon benefits from climate-smart agriculture

Kearney, S.P., N.C. Coops, K.M.A. Chan, S.J. Fonte, P. Siles and S.M. Smukler (2017). “Predicting carbon benefits from climate-smart agriculture: High-resolution carbon mapping and uncertainty assessment in El Salvador.” Journal of Environmental Management 202, Part 1: 287-298. Doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.07.039

Echeverri & Chan, Conservation of Ecosystem Services

Echeverri, A. and K.M.A. Chan (2017). Conservation of ecosystem services. Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology, Oxford University Press. Doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199830060-0186

Klain et al., Bird killer, industrial intruder or clean energy?

Klain, S.C., T. Satterfield, J. Sinner, J.I. Ellis and K.M.A. Chan (2018). “Bird killer, industrial intruder or clean energy? Perceiving risks to ecosystem services due to an offshore wind farm.” Ecological Economics 143: 111-129. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.06.030

Pascual et al., Off-stage ecosystem service burdens

Pascual, U., I. Palomo, W.M. Adams, K.M.A. Chan et al. (2017). “Off-stage ecosystem service burdens: A blind spot for global sustainability.” Environmental Research Letters 12(7): 075001. Doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa7392

Tadaki & Chan, Economizing Nature as a Political Strategy: Is It Working?

Tadaki, M. and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Economizing nature as a political strategy: Is it working?” BioScience. Doi: 10.1093/biosci/bix060

Klain et al., Will Communities “Open-Up” to Offshore Wind?

Klain, S.C., T. Satterfield, S. MacDonald, N. Battista and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Will communities “open-up” to offshore wind? Lessons learned from New England islands in the United States.” Energy Research & Social Science 34: 13-26. Doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2017.05.009 (Open access)

Singh et al., Mechanisms and risk of cumulative impacts to coastal ecosystem services

Singh, G.G., J. Sinner, J. Ellis, M. Kandlikar, B.S. Halpern, T. Satterfield and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Mechanisms and risk of cumulative impacts to coastal ecosystem services: An expert elicitation approach.” Journal of Environmental Management 199: 229-241. Doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.05.032

Kaltenborn et al., Ecosystem services and cultural values as building blocks for ‘the good life’

Kaltenborn, B.P., J.D.C. Linnell, E. Gómez-Baggethun, H. Lindhjem, J. Thomassen and K.M. Chan (2017). “Ecosystem services and cultural values as building blocks for ‘the good life’. A case study in the community of Røst, Lofoten Islands, Norway.” Ecological Economics 140: 166-176. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.05.003

Chan et al., Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability

Chan, K.M.A., E. Anderson, M. Chapman, K. Jespersen and P. Olmsted (2017). “Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability.” Ecological Economics 140: 110-122. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.029

Rudman et al., Evosystem services: Rapid evolution and the provision of ecosystem services

Rudman, S.M., M. Kreitzman, K.M.A. Chan and D. Schluter “Evosystem services: Rapid evolution and the provision of ecosystem services.” Trends in Ecology & Evolution. Doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2017.02.019

Chapman et al., Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?

Chapman, M., A. LaValle, G. Furey and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?” Sustainability Science: 1-14. Doi: 10.1007/s11625-017-0423-7

Levine et al., Sea otters, social justice, and ecosystem-service perceptions

Levine, J., M. Muthukrishna, K.M.A. Chan and T. Satterfield (2017). “Sea otters, social justice, and ecosystem-service perceptions in Clayoquot Sound, Canada.” Conservation Biology 31(2): 343-352. Doi: 10.1111/cobi.12795

Echeverri, A. et al. Explicit not Implicit Preferences Predict Conservation Intentions for Endangered Species and Biomes.

Echeverri, A., Callahan, M.M., Chan, K.M.A., Satterfield, T. & Zhao, J. (2017). “Explicit not Implicit Preferences Predict Conservation Intentions for Endangered Species and Biomes” PLOS ONE 12(1):e0170973. url

Echeverri et al., How messaging shapes attitudes toward sea otters as a species at risk

Echeverri, A., K.M.A. Chan and J. Zhao (2017). “How messaging shapes attitudes toward sea otters as a species at risk.” Human Dimensions of Wildlife 22(2): 142-156. url

Tadaki et al., Making sense of environmental values: a typology of concepts

Tadaki, M., J. Sinner and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Making sense of environmental values: a typology of concepts.” Ecology and Society 22(1). url

Balvanera et al., Ecosystem services for GEO-BON

Balvanera, P., S. Quijas, D. S. Karp, N. Ash, E. M. Bennett, R. Boumans, C. Brown, K.M.A. Chan, et al. (2016). Ecosystem services. The GEO Handbook on Biodiversity Observation Networks. M. Walters and R. J. Scholes. Cham, Switzerland, Springer Open: 39-78. url

Clarke Murray et al., Supporting risk assessment: Accounting for indirect risk to ecosystem components

Clarke Murray, C., M. E. Mach, R. G. Martone, G. G. Singh, M. O and K. M. A. Chan (2016). “Supporting risk assessment: Accounting for indirect risk to ecosystem components.” PLOS ONE 11(9): e0162932. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0162932

Bennett et al., Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation

Bennett, N.J., R. Roth, S.C. Klain, K.M.A. Chan, P. Christie, D.A. Clark, G. Cullman, D. Curran, G. Epstein, A. Greenberg, M.P. Nelson, J. Sandlos, R. Stedman, T.L. Teel, R.E.W. Thomas, D. Veríssimo, C. Wyborn. (in press). Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation.” Biological Conservation. Doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.10.006

Bennett et al., Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation

Bennett, N.J., R. Roth, S.C. Klain, K.M.A. Chan, D.A. Clark, G. Cullman, G. Epstein, M.P. Nelson, R. Stedman, T.L. Teel, R.E.W. Thomas, C. Wyborn, D. Curran, A. Greenberg, J. Sandlos and D. Veríssimo. (2016). “Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation.” Conservation Biology: n/a-n/a. Doi: 10.1111/cobi.12788

Mach et al., Nonnative species in British Columbia eelgrass beds

Mach, M.E., C.D. Levings and K.M.A. Chan (2016). “Nonnative species in British Columbia eelgrass beds spread via shellfish aquaculture and stay for the mild climate.” Estuaries and Coasts: 1-13. Doi: 10.1007/s12237-016-0124-y

Sustainability: Steeped in Values, Animated by Process, and Structured (but Not Dictated) by Experts

Marc Tadaki and Kai Chan’s BioScience review of Bryan Norton’s book, “Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change: A Guide to Environmental Decision Making”. Better than any other, the book integrates environmental values with adaptive management, pointing towards engagement processes for sustainability.

Chan et al., Relational Values for the Environment (PNAS)

Chan, K. M. A., P. Balvanera, K. Benessaiah, et al. (2016). “Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment.” PNAS 113(6): 1462–1465. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/6/1462.full Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Wieland et al., Debunking trickle-down ecosystem services

Wieland, R., S. Ravensbergen, E. J. Gregr, T. Satterfield and K. M. A. Chan (2016). “Debunking trickle-down ecosystem services: The fallacy of omnipotent, homogeneous beneficiaries.” Ecological Economics 121: 175-180.

Levine et al., Exorcising the Ghost of Homo economicus

Levine, J., K. M. A. Chan and T. Satterfield (2015). “From rational actor to efficient complexity manager: Exorcising the ghost of Homo economicus with a unified synthesis of cognition research.” Ecological Economics 114(0): 22-32.

Levine et al. in Ecology & Society: mental models of coastal foodwebs

Levine, J., M. Muthukrishna, K. M. A. Chan and T. Satterfield (2015). “Theories of the deep: combining salience and network analyses to produce mental model visualizations of a coastal British Columbia food web.” Ecology and Society 20(4). http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol20/iss4/art42/

Mach, M. E., R. G. Martone and K. M. A. Chan (2015). “Human impacts and ecosystem services: Insufficient research for trade-off evaluation.” Ecosystem Services 16: 112-120.

Mach, M. E., R. G. Martone and K. M. A. Chan (2015). “Human impacts and ecosystem services: Insufficient research for trade-off evaluation.” Ecosystem Services 16: 112-120.

Bennett, Kadfak & Dearden, 2015. Environment, Development & Sustainability. Community-based scenario planning: A process for vulnerability analysis and adaptation planning to social-ecological change in coastal communities.

Bennett, N., Kadfak, A. & Dearden, P. (2015). Community-based scenario planning: A process for vulnerability analysis and adaptation planning to social-ecological change in coastal communities. Environment, Development and Sustainability.

Bennett, Blythe, Tyler & Ban. Regional Environmental Change, 2015. Communities and Change in the Anthropocene: Understanding Social-Ecological Vulnerability and Planning Adaptations to Multiple Interacting Exposures

Bennett, N. Blythe, J., Tyler, S., Ban, N. (2015). Communities and Change in the Anthropocene: Understanding Social-Ecological Vulnerability and Planning Adaptations to Multiple Interacting Exposures. Regional Environmental Change.

Bennett 2015 Conservation Biology: Governing Marine Protected Areas in an Interconnected and Changing World

Bennett, N. J. (2015). Governing Marine Protected Areas in an Interconnected and Changing World. Conservation Biology [OPEN ACCESS]

Bennett, Govan & Satterfield 2015 Marine Policy: Ocean Grabbing

Bennett, N. J., Govan, H., & Satterfield, T. (2015). Ocean grabbing. Marine Policy, 57, 61–68. [OPEN ACCESS]

Klain, Satterfield & Chan 2014 Ecol Economics: Ecosystem services and their bundled qualities

Klain, S.C., Satterfield, T.A., Chan, K.M.A., 2014. What matters and why? Ecosystem services and their bundled qualities. Ecological Economics 107, 310–320. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2014.09.003 URL

Naeem … Olmsted et al. 2015 Science: Science right when paying for services

Naeem, S., J. C. Ingram, A. Varga, T. Agardy, P. Barten, G. Bennett, E. Bloomgarden… P. Olmsted et al. 2015. Get the science right when paying for nature’s services. Science 347(6227):1206-1207. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/347/6227/1206.summary

Mach et al. 2014 OCM: Ecological Effects of an Invasive Seagrass

Mach ME, S Wyllie-Echeverria and KMA Chan. 2014. Ecological effect of a nonnative seagrass spreading in the Northeast Pacific: a review of Zostera japonica. Ocean and Coastal Management 102:375–382. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2014.10.002

Mach & Chan 2014 F1000Research: Greenbacks for Greencrabs

Mach ME and KMA Chan. 2014. Trading greenbacks for green crabs: Evaluating the commercial shellfish harvest at risk to European green crab invasion. F1000Research. [v3; ref status: indexed, http://f1000research.com/articles/2-66/v3 ]

Bennett & Dearden 2013 Local Environment: A Picture of Change: Using Photovoice to Explore Social and Environmental Change in Coastal Communities on the Andaman Coast of Thailand

Bennett, N. & Dearden, P. (2013). A Picture of Change: Using Photovoice to Explore Social and Environmental Change in Coastal Communities on the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 18(9), 983-1001. [Email for copy]

Bennett & Lemelin 2014 Community Development Journal: Situating the Eco-Social Economy: Environmental Movements and Conservation Organizations as Catalysts for Social and Economic Development

Bennett, N. & Lemelin, R. H. (2014). Situating the Eco-Social Economy: Environmental Movements and Conservation Organizations as Catalysts for Social and Economic Development. Community Development Journal, 49 (1), 69-84.

Bennett & Dearden 2014 Marine Policy: Why local people do not support conservation: Community perceptions of marine protected area livelihood impacts, governance and management in Thailand

Bennett, N. J. & Dearden, P. (2014). Why local people do not support conservation: Community perceptions of marine protected area livelihood impacts, governance and management in Thailand. Marine Policy, 44, 107-116. [OPEN ACCESS]

Bennett et al. 2014 Climate & Development: Vulnerability to multiple stressors in coastal communities: A study of the Andaman Coast of Thailand

Bennett, N., Dearden, P., & Peredo, A.M. (2014). “Vulnerability to multiple stressors in coastal communities: A study of the Andaman Coast of Thailand” Climate and Development. Online. [Email for copy]

Bennett et al. 2014 Ecology & Society: The capacity to adapt?: communities in a changing climate, environment, and economy on the northern Andaman coast of Thailand

Bennett, N. J., P. Dearden, G. Murray and A. Kadfak. 2014. The capacity to adapt?: communities in a changing climate, environment, and economy on the northern Andaman coast of Thailand. Ecology and Society 19 (2): 5. [online]  [OPEN ACCESS]

Bennett & Dearden 2014 Marine Policy: From measuring outcomes to providing inputs: Governance, management, and local development for more effective marine protected areas

Bennett, N. J., & Dearden, P. (2014). From measuring outcomes to providing inputs: Governance, management, and local development for more effective marine protected areas. Marine Policy, 50, 96–110. [OPEN ACCESS]

Weigel, Mannle, Bennett… & Hellman 2014 Aquatic Conservation: Marine protected areas and fisheries: Bridging the divide

Weigel, J.Y., Mannle, K.O., Bennett, N.J., Carter, E., Westlund, L., Burgener, V., Hoffman, Z., Da Silva, A.S., Kane, E.A., Sanders, J., Piante, C., Wagiman, S. & Hellman, A. (2014). Marine protected areas and fisheries: Bridging the divide. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(S2), 199-215. [OPEN ACCESS]

Klain, Beveridge, & Bennett 2014 Ecology & Society: Ecologically sustainable but unjust? Negotiating equity and authority in common-pool marine resource management

Klain, S., Beveridge, R, Bennett, N.J. (2014). Ecologically sustainable but unjust? Negotiating equity and authority in common-pool marine resource management. Ecology & Society 19(4), 52. [OPEN ACCESS]

Satterfield et al 2013 JEM: Culture, Intangibles and Metrics in Environmental Management

Satterfield, T., R. Gregory, S. Klain, M. Roberts and K. M. Chan (2013). “Culture, intangibles and metrics in environmental management.” Journal of Environmental Management 117: 103-114. url pdf

Satz et al. 2013 Ambio: Challenges of Incorporating Cultural Ecosystem Services into Environmental Assessment

Satz, D., R. K. Gould, K. M. A. Chan, et al. (2013). “The challenges of incorporating cultural ecosystem services into environmental assessment.” Ambio 42(6): 675-684. url

Raymond et al. 2013 BioScience: Ecosystem Services and Beyond, Multiple Metaphors …

Raymond, C. M., G. Singh, K. Benessaiah, et al. (2013). “Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human–environment relationships.” BioScience 63(7): 536-546. url

Russell et al. 2013 ARER: Humans and Nature, how knowing and experience nature affect well-being

Russell, R., A. D. Guerry, P. Balvanera, R. K. Gould, X. Basurto, K. M. A. Chan, S. Klain, J. Levine and J. Tam (2013). “Humans and nature: How knowing and experiencing nature affect well-being.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 38(1): 473-502. url

Singh et al. 2013 in PLoS ONE: Sea otters homogenize mussel beds

Singh, G. G., R. W. Markel, R. G. Martone, A. K. Salomon, C. D. G. Harley and K. M. A. Chan (2013). “Sea otters may homogenize mussel-beds and reduce habitat provisioning in a rocky intertidal ecosystem.” PLoS ONE 8(5): e65435. url

Understanding individual risk perceptions and preferences for climate change adaptations in biological conservation

Tam, J. and T. L. McDaniels. 2013. Understanding individual risk perceptions and preferences for climate change adaptations in biological conservation. Environmental Science & Policy 27:114-123.

Luck et al. in BioScience: Ethical considerations of ES applications

Luck, G., K. M. A. Chan, et al. (2012). “Ethical considerations in on-ground applications of the ecosystem services concept.” BioScience 62(12): 1020-1029. (pdf)

Spatial Prioritisation for Protecting Ecosystem Services

Luck, G. W., K. M. A. Chan and C. J. Klein. 2012. Identifying spatial priorities for protecting ecosystem services. F1000 Research. http://f1000r.es/S1ovvh

Geographic variation in a Temperate Reef Snail

Martone, RM and F Micheli. 2012. Geographic variation in demography of a temperate reef snail: importance of multiple life-history traits. Marine Ecological Progress Series 457:85-99 Link

Where are Cultural and Social in Ecosystem Services? A Framework for Constructive Engagement

Kai M. A. Chan, Anne D. Guerry, Patricia Balvanera, Sarah Klain, Terre Satterfield, Xavier Basurto, Ann Bostrom, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Rachelle Gould, Benjamin S. Halpern, Neil Hannahs, Jordan Levine, Bryan Norton, Mary Ruckelshaus, Roly Russell, Jordan Tam and Ulalia Woodside. 2012. Where are Cultural and Social in Ecosystem Services? A Framework for Constructive Engagement. BioScience. 62(8): 744-756 (pdf) cIRcle

Navigating coast values: Participatory mapping of ecosystem services for spatial planning

Klain, S.C. and Chan, K.M.A. 2012. Navigating coast values: Participatory mapping of ecosystem services for spatial planning. Ecological Economics. (pdf)

Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda

Daniel, T. C., Muhar, A., Arnberger, A., Aznar, O., Boyd, J. W., Chan, K. M. A., . . . von der Dunk, A. 2012. Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (pdf)

Moving beyond single-sector management to marine spatial planning (MSP) yields benefits – F1000 Review

Klain S, Chan K: “White et al. are the first to show how moving beyond single-sector management to marine…” Evaluation of: [White C et al. Ecosystem service tradeoff analysis reveals the value of marine spatial planning for multiple ocean uses. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Mar 5; doi: 10.1073/pnas.1114215109]. Faculty of 1000, […]

Biodiversity and ecosystem services F1000 review

Olmsted P, Chan K: “Mace et al.’s review should lead to an improvement in communication among conservation…” Evaluation of: [Mace GM et al. Biodiversity and ecosystem services: a multilayered relationship. Trends Ecol Evol. 2012 Jan; 27(1):19-26; doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2011.08.006]. Faculty of 1000, 01 Mar 2012. F1000.com/13492987#eval15395077

Modelling benefits from nature: Using ecosystem services to inform coastal and marine spatial planning

Guerry, A., M. Ruckelshaus, K. Arkema, et al. (2012). “Modelling benefits from nature: Using ecosystem services to inform coastal and marine spatial planning.” International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management: 1-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21513732.2011.647835

Rethinking ecosystem services to better address and navigate cultural values

Chan, K. M. A., T. Satterfield and J. Goldstein (2012). “Rethinking ecosystem services to better address and navigate cultural values.” Ecological Economics 74: 8-18. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800911004927 pdf

Tunicates are a drag, especially when they invade

Clarke Murray, C, TW Therriault and PT Martone. 2012. Adapted for invasion? Comparing attachment, drag and dislodgment of native and nonindigenous hull fouling species. Biological Invasions DOI: Link

Integrating Cultural and Social into Ecosystem Services

Chan, K.M.A., Guerry, A., Klain, S., Balvanera, P., Satterfield, T., Basurto, X., Bostrom, A., Chuenpagdee, R., Gould, R., Halpern, B., Hannahs, N., Levine, J., Norton, B., Ruckelshaus, M., Russell, R., Tam, J., and Woodside, U. (accepted BioScience).  Integrating ‘cultural’ and ‘social’ into ecosystem services: A framework for making decisions about what matters.

Perceptions of Climate Change in Costa Rica

Vignola, R., Klinsky, S., Tam, J., and McDaniels, T. In Press. Public perceptions of climate change in Costa Rica: Comparisons with North American and European Studies. Online First: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. DOI: 10.1007/s11027-012-9364-8

New Blog Post: Triage Terror

Kai Chan and Sarah Klain have written a blog post entitled, Triage Terror: Are conservation scientists ready to let endangered species blink out? Think again.

Important marine invasive species vector- Recreational Boats

Clarke Murray, C, EA Pakhomov and TW Therriault. 2011. Recreational boating: a large unregulated vector transporting marine invasive species. Diversity and Distributions. 17(6):1161-1172 DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-4642.2011.00798.x

Infaunal engineer established in the Northeast Pacific

Mach, M.E., C.D. Levings, P.S. McDonald, and K.M.A. Chan (2011) An Atlantic infaunal engineer is established in the Northeast Pacific: Clymenella troquata (polychaeta: maldanidae) on the British Columbia and Washington Coasts. Biological Invasions. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10530-011-0096-6

Snail Behaviour in Response to Danger Cues

Mach M.E. and P.E. Bourdeau (2011) To flee or not to flee? Risk assessment by a marine snail in multiple cue environments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2011.08.018

Ecosystem Services in Planning

Chan, K. M. A., L. Hoshizaki and B. Klinkenberg (2011) “Ecosystem Services in Conservation Planning: Targeted Benefits or Co-benefits/Costs?” PLoS ONE 6(9): e24378. http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0024378

Ethical Extensionism under Uncertainty of Sentience: Duties to Non-Human Organisms without Drawing a Line

Chan, K. M. A. (2011). “Ethical extensionism under uncertainty of sentience: Duties to non-human organisms without drawing a line.” Environmental Values 20: 323-346. http://dx.doi.org/10.3197/096327111X13077055165983 pdf

Review in Faculty of 1000

Klain S, Chan K: “Newton raises important cautionary advice on how people have a tendency to manipulate any measure that is formally recognized as an indicator” Evaluation of: [Newton AC. Implications of Goodhart’s Law for monitoring global biodiversity loss. Cons Lett. 2011; 4:264-268]. Faculty of 1000, 11 Aug 2011. F1000.com/12600956

Science Engagement Pub

Sisk, T.D., G. Singh, J. Tam, K.M.A. Chan, S. Klain, M. Mach, and R. Martone. 2011. Barriers and Incentives to Engagement in Public Policy and Science-based Advocacy. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92:276–280. http://www.esajournals.org/doi/full/10.1890/0012-9623-92.3.276

PNCIMA Op-Eds

Ed and Kai have letters published in the Vancouver Sun about the federal government pulling out of the PNCIMA marine planning process.

Making science relevant to marine ecosystem-based management

Gregr, E.D. and K.M.A Chan. 2011. Making science relevant to marine ecosystem-based management (Letter to the Editor). Biological Conservation. 144(2):670-671 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2010.11.012

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