McCone Irvine Auditorium
Shea Gould and Matthew Interis,
University of Mississippi,
and Rachel Christopherson
New article in the CBE Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics helps decision makers examine the costs and benefits--specifically the quality of habitat restored along the Gulf of Mexico.
Tracy Loew and
Salem Statesman Journal
CBE's National Ocean Economic Program data shows Oregon's coastal economy is worth $2.2 Billion annually, supporting 33,000 jobs. A good reason not to foul the waters.
Nearly 50 community leaders gathered to learn more about the Middlebury Institute’s impact both globally and locally at the inaugural “Institute Impact” event on January 30.
Rachel Christopherson & Molly Laughlin
The world’s oceans are increasingly monitored through complex networks of sensors and communications technologies producing large quantities of “operational oceanography” data.
Jason Scorse & Charles Colgan
New software could help Monterey adapt to sea level rise.
Seal bombs are being used in California fisheries to deter marine mammals from fish nets and fishing grounds. But the practice poses significant risk to marine life, regulation is weak, and research guiding current policy is outdated and incomplete.