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The Economic Impacts of the SCUBA Industry and Implications for Marine Protected Areas

Katharine F. Wellman, Northern Economics, Inc.

2016SSEC

Trends in the Sound Behavior Index 2012-2015: Tracking 28 Environmental Indicator Behaviors

Emily L. Sanford, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

Riparian Landowner Outreach and Engagement in the Willamette River Watershed

Dan Calvert, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

Developing Human Wellbeing Indicators for the Puget Sound Partnership

Kelly Biedenweg, Oregon State University

2016SSEC

Human Wellbeing Discussion

Kelly Biedenweg, Oregon State University

2016SSEC

A Field Guide to the Social Sciences in Conservation: Key Theories, Models, and Applications

Dave Ward, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

Indigenous Peoples and Water Governance in Canada: Regulatory Injustice and Prospects for Reform

Karen Bakker Dr.
Leila Harris Dr, University of British Columbia
Caleb Behn, Keepers of the Water/West Moberly First Nations

2016SSEC

Gaps and Opportunities for Gender Equitable Climate Adaptation in the Salish Sea

Barbara Clabots, International Union for the Conservation of Nature- Global Gender Office

2016SSEC

A social-ecological (SES) conceptual model: applications for salmon recovery in Washington State

Karma C. Norman, National Marine Fisheries Service

2016SSEC

Effects of changes in biotoxin closures on recreational shellfish harvest demand

Leif Anderson, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

2016SSEC

the Economics of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State

Tania Briceno

2016SSEC

Lessons for assessing and building adaptive capacity of coastal social-ecological systems

Charlotte K. Whitney, University of Victoria
Nathan Bennett, University of British Columbia

2016SSEC

Social Wellbeing Indicators for Marine Management: Crafting Decision Tools for Human Complexity

Sara J. Breslow, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

2016SSEC

Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Human Wellbeing for Ecosystem-Based Management

Sara J. Breslow, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

2016SSEC

A resilient future for the Salish Sea? A perspective from the Millennial Generation.

Edward H. Allison, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Identifying Barriers to Green Infrastructure in Puget Sound Municipalities: An Ethnographic Approach

Thomas W. Murphy, Edmonds CC

2016SSEC

Connecting coastal communities to share knowledge and resources for marine hazard risk reduction: HVSI online platform

Tugce Conger, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
Jackie Yip, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
Greg Oulahen PhD, University of British Columbia
Michelle Marteleira, University of British Columbia
Christopher Carter, University of British Columbia
Emily Gray, University of British Columbia
Stephanie Chang PhD, University of British Columbia

2016SSEC

The Fishing History of the Lummi People

Lisa A. Cook, Northwest Indian College
Emma S. Norman, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Community-Based Monitoring as a strategy of Indigenous water governance

Nicole J. Wilson, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5

2016SSEC

Measuring Local Subjective Wellbeing in the Puget Sound Region

Ryan Scott, University of Washington
Tyler A. Scott, University of Georgia
Kelly Biedenweg, Oregon State University

2016SSEC

The Political Geography of Alaska: An Exploration of Alaska Native Tribal Land

Rita Asgeirsson

2016SSEC

Building Resilience to Ocean Acidification in the Salish Sea

Terrie Klinger, tklinger@uw.edu

2016SSEC

Monitoring Human Wellbeing as an Ecosystem Indicator in Hood Canal

Haley Harguth, Hood Canal Coordinating Council

2016SSEC

“Sense of Place:” Human Well-being Considerations for Ecological Restoration in Puget Sound

Melissa Poe, Washington Sea Grant Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

2016SSEC

From sense of place to visualization of the coast: Examining people’s relationships with coastal places to better understand how to develop geovisualizations for collaborative management and planning

Robert G. Newell, University of Victoria
Rosaline Canessa, University of Victoria

2016SSEC

A Social Marketing Based Strategy for Shoreline Residential Water Quality Outreach

Bob Simmons, WSU Extension
Erica Bates, WSU Extension
Matt Brincka, WSU Extension

2016SSEC

s'pe'wil; To Whistle

Noel N. Purser, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Interacting Coastal Based Ecosystem Services: Recreation and Water Quality in Puget Sound, WA

Jason Kreitler, USGS Western Geographic Science Center

2016SSEC

Prioritizing Management Actions and Building Resilience Using Network Theory and Risk Analysis

Gerald G. Singh, UBC
Kai Chan, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5

2016SSEC

Can Intimate Ecological Knowledge Evoke Spirituality?

Robin B. Clark, Robin B. Clark

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2016SSEC

Impacts to Job-Quality through “Absentee” Catch-Share Ownership in West Coast Groundfish Fisheries.

Colin R. Sayre, University of Washington: School of Marine & Environmental Affairs

2016SSEC

Mapping tourism-recreational activities of locals and visitors in Hood Canal, Washington using InSEAM, an online mapping tool.

Adi Hanein, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Skagit Climate Science Consortium: Using Local Polling to Provide Relevant Science

Carol B. Macilroy, Skagit Climate Science Consortium
Larry Wasserman Mr., Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

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2016SSEC

Sea Level Rise Vulnerability of San Juan County, Washington

Andrea J. MacLennan Mrs, Coastal Geologic Services
Coastal Geologic Services
Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans

2016SSEC

Stronger Together: The Cross-Cultural Coalition to Stop Fossil Fuel Exports in the Salish Sea

Margaret Allen, University of Washington

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2016SSEC

Prioritization Tool for Puget Sound Individual and Residential-Scale Best Management Practices (BMP) for Stormwater and Salmon Recovery

Leah A. Kintner, Puget Sound Partnership
Peter Holte, City of Redmond

2016SSEC

Material Technology As An Indicator of Past Species Size.

Jacob U. Salmen-Hartley, McGill University

2016SSEC